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Miller Letter

Dear Seahawk Fans, Thank you for being a part of another exciting men’s golf season at UNCW! The University of North Carolina Wilmington is very proud of the student-athletes on this team, who compete athletically the same way they do academically: with tremendous heart, drive and courage. I hope their commitment to excellence will be rewarded with your ongoing support for their team and athletics at UNCW. The Seahawks’ dedication to their sports and their studies is matched only by their determination to succeed as citizens of the world. Led by UNCW’s coaches and athletics staff, our student-athletes contribute to Southeastern North Carolina as volunteers for numerous organizations, mentors for younger students at area schools, and role models of active, healthy lifestyles. Just as our student-athletes do everything they can to support this community they love so much, they require your support to continue on their journey of learning and within their athletic endeavors. I encourage you to show the Seahawks that you’re behind them by attending home games, supporting scholarships for student-athletes, joining the Seahawk Club and sharing your UNCW pride on social media. Best wishes to the men’s golf team and Coach 0DWW&ODUNIRUDWHUUL¿F\HDUGo Seahawks!

CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

2o13-14 Roster/Team Photo

2013-14 UNCW Seahawks

From left to right: Payne McLeod, Trey Guy, Ryan Nagy, Jens Geweke, Josh Woodfox, Thomas Lilly, Stefan Brewer, Preston Harrington

Name

Class

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown/Previous School

Stefan Brewer

RS-Sr.

6-0

175

Charlotte, N.C./Providence

Jens Geweke

Soph.

5-9

154

Dortmund, Germany/Helene-Lang Gymnasium

Trey Guy

Fresh.

6-2

165

Fayetteville, N.C./Terry Sanford

Preston Harrington

Fresh.

6-0

145

Dallas, Texas/Trinity Christian

Thomas Lilly

Fresh.

6-0

180

Newton, N.C./Maiden

Payne McLeod

Senior

5-10

165

Reidsville, N.C./Reidsville

Ryan Nagy

Senior

6-5

200

Raleigh, N.C./North Raleigh Christian Academy

Joshua Woodfox

Senior

6-1

180

Frankfurt, Germany/St. Leon-Rot

Head Coach: Matt Clark (6th Season)

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CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Schedule / Last time it happened Dates Sept. 14-15 Sept. 22-24 Oct. 7-8 Oct. 11-13 Feb. 23-25 Mar. 10-11 Mar. 16-17 Apr. 5-6 Apr. 11-12 Apr. 19-20 Apr. 25-27 TBA May 27-Jun 2

Tournament (Host) Location Tar Heel Intercollegiate (North Carolina) Chapel Hill, N.C. Rees Jones Intercollegiate (South Carolina) Daufuskie Island, S.C. Wolfpack Intercollegiate (NC State) Raleigh, N.C. Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate (East Tennessee) Johnson City, Tenn. John Hayt Intercollegiate (North Florida) Jacksonville, Fla. Hackler Championship (Coastal Carolina) Myrtle Beach, S.C. Seahawk Intercollegiate (UNCW) Wilmington, N.C. Irish Creek Intercollegiate (Charlotte) Charlotte, N.C. River Landing Intercollegiate (UNCW/ECU) Wallace, N.C. NC State Spring Open (NC State) Raleigh, N.C. CAA Championships Southport, N.C. NCAA Regionals Hosts: Auburn, Missouri, NC State, Northern Illinois, Oregon, UT San Antonio NCAA Finals Wichita, Kansas

Last time it happened Tournament Win Team Individual Hole-in-One

54 Holes - CAA Championship (4/26-28/13) • 305-283-300=888 (+24) 36 Holes - Seahawk Intercollegiate (3/24-25/13) • 295-309=604 (+28) 18 Holes - Josh Brock - Cavalier Classic (4/25/09) • 67 (-5) 36 Holes - Payne McLeod - Seahawk Intercollegiate (3/24-25/13) • 72-71=143 (-1) 54 Holes - Payne McLeod - CAA Championship (4/26-28/13) • 73 • 67 • 75=215 (-1) Stefan Brewer Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate (No. 16 (3/228), Oct. 13, 2012)

Records

Individual - Low Rounds Rounds Single Two Rounds Three Rounds

Team - Low Rounds Rounds Single Two Rounds Three Rounds

Player Will Shambley Derek Wallace Will Shambley Derek Wallace Josh Brock Score 271 564 840

Score 64 64 134 201 201

Tournament/Dates Landfall Tradition, Oct. 29, 2004 Kauai Collegiate Invitational, Nov. 5, 2008 Landfall Tradition, Oct. 29-30, 2004 Kauai Collegiate Invitational, Nov. 3-5, 2008 River Landing Intercollegiate, Apr. 8-9, 2011

Tournament/Dates at Kauai Collegiate Invitational, Nov. 3-5, 2008 at CAA Championships, Apr. 19-21, 2002; at VCU Shootout, Sept. 27-28, 2010 at Kauai Collegiate Invitational, Nov. 3-5, 2008

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CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Head Coach Matt Clark Sixth season • Alabama, 1997 • Prattville, Ala. UNCW continued its title run in the Colonial Athletic Association in 2013 with its third straight conference banner and advanced to the NCAA Regionals for the fourth consecutive season. The Seahawks posted a 24-shot win over runnerup James Madison as four players finished in the top-7. Payne McLeod became the program’s fifth CAA Champion joining, Josh Brock (2011), Brian Joyce (2006), Travis Bland (1998) and Chris Buffaloe (1993). Joining McLeod on the CAA’s first-team was Thomas Bass, while Stefan Brewer and Josh Woodfox were second-team honorees. The Seahawks reached the 2012 NCAA Tournament after winning the automatic berth with a CAA Tournament championship, UNCW’s second in as many seasons. In 2010-11, UNCW posted perhaps its best season in recent history with four tournament wins, tying the record set by the 2003 edition of the Seahawks. UNCW opened the fall season with an impressive win at the Maryland Intercollegiate and followed that with three wins in the spring season, including the Seahawk Invitational, Pinehurst Intercollegiate and CAA Championship. Also continuing his rise in the collegiate ranks under the direction of Clark was Josh Brock. Brock won three tournaments and fashioned six top-10 finishes. He became UNCW’s first medalist at the CAA Championship since Brian Joyce in 2005.

Clark worked six years in Tuscaloosa and assisted with every phase of the Crimson Tide’s program, including recruiting, travel, instruction and fund raising. He served as tournament director of the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate and the Joe Namath Celebrity Golf Classic. The energetic Clark accepted his first head coaching post at Georgia State in 2003-04 and enjoyed instant success. The Panthers finished seventh at the NCAA East Regional and 11th at the NCAA Championship, claiming a final ranking of 14th in the Golfstat poll. In 2004-05, Clark was named Atlantic Sun Conference Coach-of-the-Year after leading the Panthers to a fourth place finish in the NCAA East Regional and a tie for 13th at the NCAA Championship. Clark’s impressive run at GSU continued in 2005-06 as the Panthers made their debut in the CAA. He was selected CAA Coach-of-the-Year after State captured their first CAA golf title and advanced to the NCAA East Regionals.

In his final season at GSU, the Panthers won their second CAA crown in three seasons behind Clark and Sjoholm. The Panthers finished 18th in the NCAA East Regionals in Chattanooga, Tenn., and Sjoholm, two-time Player-of-the-Year in the CAA, qualified for the NCAA finals with a fourth place finish individually. “The Wilmington area is a beautiful place. When you think of the surroundings, you think of golf. I accept the challenge of also making it known for a great collegiate golf team that the university and community will be proud to call its own,” said Clark. Clark, an avid golfer with seven hole-in-ones to his credit, earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Alabama in 1997. He married Raleigh native Erica Wein in the fall of 2008 and the couple has a ninth-month old daughter, Ansley Grace.

The Panthers advanced to the NCAA East Regionals again in 2006-07 behind Third-Team All-American Joel Sjoholm. GSU wound up ninth in the regionals and 17th overall at the NCAA Championship.

In 2009-10, Clark made his mark on the program by guiding the Seahawks to their first NCAA Tournament appearance following a four-year absence from the tournament. In his second year, UNCW posted a pair of tournament wins, taking medalist honors at the VCU Shootout and the River Landing Intercollegiate. In 2008-09, UNCW fashioned eight top-10 finishes, including medalist honors for Brock and Derek Wallace in the Cavalier Classic and Kauai Collegiate, respectively. A native of Prattville, Ala., Clark began his collegiate playing career at South Florida before finishing up at Alabama. He played two and a half seasons for the Crimson Tide and former coach Dick Spybey before joining the school’s coaching staff.

Matt Clark Career Ledger • 15 career tournament wins: 7 at Georgia State • 8 at UNCW Year School Conference Conf Fin. NCAA NCAA Regional 2003-04 Georgia State Atlantic Sun 2nd At-large East Regional (7th) 2004-05 Georgia State Atlantic Sun 1st Auto East Regional (4th) 2005-06 Georgia State Colonial 1st Auto East Regional (T11th) 2006-07 Georgia State Colonial T2nd At-large East Regional (9th) 2007-08 Georgia State Colonial 1st Auto East Regional (17th) 2008-09 UNCW Colonial T4th - - 2009-10 UNCW Colonial 7th At-large New Haven Regional (10th) 2010-11 UNCW Colonial 1st Auto Virginia Tech Regional (11th) 2011-12 UNCW Colonial 1st Auto Athens Regional (T9th) 2012-13 UNCW Colonial 1st Auto Fayetteville Regional (9th)

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NCAA Championship 11th 13th 17th -

CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Stefan Brewer • RS-Senior Charlotte, N.C. • Providence

• Second-team All-CAA • Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar 2012-13 Second-Team All-CAA ... Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar ... Played in all 11 tournaments … Tied for seventh (career-best) at CAA Championships ... Third on team with 75.3 stroke average … Carded four rounds of par-or-lower golf … Posted season-low round of 70 in second round at Tar Heel Intercollegiate (9/15) … Best finish of year was 24th at Wolfpack Intercollegiate (10/19-20). 2011-12 Played in all nine stroke events and match play championship ... Fourth on team with 75.7 stroke average ... Recorded five rounds of par or better golf ... Best finish of year was 17th at GolfWeek Program Challenge. 2010-11 Red-shirted 2009-10 Colonial Athletic Association Rookie-of-the-Year ... Appeared in all 12 events for UNCW ... Posted a pair of top-10 finishes ... Tied for fourth at The McLaughlin at 1-under and later added a sixth-place finish at Seahawk Intercollegiate (even-par) ... Finished tied for 14th at CAA Championships at 16over ... Led Seahawks at NCAA Regional, finishing in tie for 29th overall ... Recorded three of UNCW’s top all-time rounds at regional. High School/Junior Led Panthers to four consecutive 4A Regional titles ... Also helped program to top-3 finishes in all four season ... Earned spot in Class of 2009 Top 25 Golfweek rankings ... Fully exempt in AJGA. Personal Full Name: Stefan Robert Brewer ... Born May 10, 1990, in Fairfax, Va. ... Son of Craig and Ann Brewer Brewer At CAA Championships 2010 78-75-73=226 +16 2012 79-75-74=228 +15 2013 76-75-76=227 +11

T-14th T-20th T-7th

The Homestead Cascade (Hot Springs, Va.) Wilmington Country Club South Course (Wilmington, Del.) The Reserve Club (Southport, N.C.)

Brewer At NCAA Regionals 2010 72-69-71=212 2012 80-74-74=228 2013 74-75-79=228

T29th T63rd T37th

The Course at Yale (New Haven, Conn.) UGA Golf Course (Athens, Ga.) The Blessings Course (Fayetteville, Ark.)

-4 +12 +12

Brewer’s Career Statistics Season Rounds Strokes Lo54 LoRnd 2009-10 34 2538 209 67 2011-12 30 2272 213 70 2012-13 32 2408 221 70 Totals 96 7218 209 67

Par/- Events Top1 Top5 Top10 Top20 9 12 - 1 2 501-403 5 10 - - - 261-434 4 11 - - 1 395-376 18 33 - 1 3 1157-1213

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Avg 74.6 75.7 75.3 75.2

CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Payne McLeod • Senior Reidsville, N.C. • Reidsville

• • • •

CAA Champion & Golfer-of-the-Year First-Team All-CAA Ping All-East Region Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar

Career All-time leader with 72.95 stroke average ... Fourth with 13 top-10 finishes. 2012-13 CAA Golfer-of-the-Year ... CAA Champion (fifth Seahawk to win championships tournament) ... First-Team All-CAA ... Ping All-East Region selection ... Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar ... Played in all 11 events … Posted five top-five finishes … Captured first collegiate tournament title when he won Seahawk Intercollegiate (3/24-25) … Added CAA Championship (4/26-28) ... Five-time CAA Golfer-of-the-Week ... Leads Seahawks with 72.4 stroke average … Carded team-low 67 in third round of Bank of Tenn. Intercollegiate (10/14) … Tied for second at Fighting Irish Golf Classic (10/7-9) … Recorded 16 rounds of 72 or lower scores. 2011-12 Played in all 10 stroke events and match play ... Tied for team lead with 73.2 stroke average ... Finished in top-20 of tournament on six different occasions ... Best finish was tie for eighth at CAA Championships ... Also finished 10th at Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate and LSU National Invitational ... Totaled eight rounds of par or better golf ... Finished Callaway Match Play tournament with perfect 4-0 record. 2010-11 Played in all 12 events as a freshman ... CAA Rookie-of-the-Year ... Also earned First-team All-CAA honors ... Tied for eighth overall at NCAA Blacksburg Regional ... Earned CAA Golfer-of-the-Week honors ... Posted five top-10 finishes, including a season-best sixth-place finish at the Seahawk Invitational ... Second on team with 73 stroke average ... Stroke average is second lowest all-time for a freshman in the program ... Closed out season with three top-10 finishes in the Yellow Jacket Classic (7th) and CAA Championship (9th) and NCAA Regional ... Carded 17 rounds of 72 or better. High School/Junior Won North Carolina Match Play Championship in summer of 2010 ... Finished second at North Carolina Junior in summer of 2009 ... Also finished second at Big I State Championship ... Posted third-place finish at Bobby Chapman Invitational ... Fashioned 13th-place finish at National Big I Championship ... Lettered three times at Reidsville ... Earned All-Mid-State Conference honor all three years ... Qualified for state tournament twice. Personal Personal: Full name: Robert Payne McLeod ... Born May 9, 1991, in Reidsville, N.C. ... Son of Susan and William McLeod. McLeod At CAA Championships 2011 75-73-76=224 +8 2012 72-75-75=222 +9 2013 73-67-75=215 -1

T-9th T-8th 1st

Course No. 8 (Pinehurst, N.C.) Wilmington Country Club South Course (Wilmington, Del.) The Reserve Club (Southport, N.C.)

McLeod At NCAA Regional 2011 71-74-71=216 2012 70-73-74=217 2013 80-74-73=227

T-8th T-21st T32nd

Pete Dyer River Course (Radford, Va.) UGA Golf Course (Athens, Ga.) The Blessings Course (Fayetteville, Ark.)

E +1 +11

McLeod’s Career Statistics Season Rounds Strokes Lo54 LoRnd 2010-11 35 2555 212 69 2011-12 30 2194 211 68 2012-13 32 2327 211 67 Totals 97 7076 211 67

Par/- Events Top1 Top5 Top10 Top20 16 12 - - 5 702-193 8 10 - - 3 509-186 15 11 2 5 5 621-150 39 33 2 5 13 1832-529

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Avg 73.0 73.1 72.7 72.9

CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Ryan Nagy • Senior Raleigh, N.C. • North Raleigh Christian Academy

2012-13 Advanced to match play segment of United States Amateur Public Links championship in Lorton, Va. ... Played in nine tournaments … Top finish was tied for 23rd at Rees Jones Invitational (10/1-2) … Added 28th-place finish at Fighting Irish Golf Classic (10/7-9) … Finished regular season with 75.9 stroke average … Carded season-low 68 in second round at Fighting Irish Golf Classic (10/8). 2011-12 Appeared in 9-of-10 tournaments during the season ... Also participated in Callaway National Match Play Championship ... Lone top-10 finish of year was a tie for 10th at GolfWeek Program Challenge ... Finished 11th at CAA Championships ... Played five rounds of par or better golf ... Shot season-low 67 in final round at GolfWeek event. 2010-11 Played in five tournaments as a rookie ... Best finish was a tie for eighth at Pinehurst Intercollegiate ... Made collegiate debut at VCU Shootout, playing as an individual. Amateur/High School Won Mid Pines Junior Invitational ... Qualified for US Junior Amateur in 2007 ... Also won Coastal Plains Junior Amateur ... Played in Big I State championship ... Three-time All-State performer at the 3A level ... Earned All-TISAC conference honors four times ... Also named team MVP four times ... Also earned NCISAA All-State honors three times ... Played basketball for three seasons at North Raleigh Christian Academy ... Average 24 points and nine rebounds his senior season. Personal Full name: Christopher Ryan Nagy ... Born Aug. 30, 1991, in Raleigh, N.C. ... Son of Betty and Gary Nagy. Nagy At CAA Championships 2012 74-76-73=223 +10 2013 77-81-79=237 +21

T-11th Wilmington Country Club South Course (Wilmington, Del.) 24th The Reserve Club (Southport, N.C.)

Nagy At NCAA Regionals 2012 70-76-74=220 2013 74-76-79=229

T36th T39th

Nagy’s Career Statistics Season Rounds 2010-11 15 2011-12 27 2012-13 26 Totals 68

+4 +13

UGA Golf Course (Athens, Ga.) The Blessings Course (Fayetteville, Ark.)

Strokes Lo54 LoRnd 1152 217 70 2035 210 67 1983 222 68 5170 210 67

Par/- Events Top1 Top5 Top10 Top20 3 5 - - 1 152-284 5 9 - - 1 261-369 3 9 - - - 268-320 11 23 - - 2 681-973

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Avg 76.8 75.4 76.3 76.0

CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Josh Woodfox • Senior Frankfurt, Germany • St. Leon-Rot

• second-Team All-CAA

2012-13 Played in eight events for Seahawks … Finished fourth on squad with 76.4 stroke average … Totaled six rounds of par-or-lower golf … Placed fourth in CAA Championships, including career-low round of 67, tying for UNCW record at CAA Championships ... Posted 10th-place outing at Seahawk Intercollegiate (3/24-25) … Add 20th-place finish at Wolfpack Intercollegiate (10/19-20) … Prior to CAA Championships, he carded season-low round of 70 at Wolfpack Intercollegiate (10/20). 2011-12 Played in three tournaments, including two as an individual ... Lone start for UNCW was at River Landing Intercollegiate. 2010-11 Made four starts for Seahawks, including NCAA Blacksburg Regional ... Posted pair of 34th-place finishes ... Seahawk Invitational was first career appearance. Amateur Finished second in both 2009 and 2010 US Forces European Championships. Personal Full name: Joshua Elliott Woodfox ... Born Dec. 24, 1989, in Frankfurt, Germany ... Son of Nada and Demelvin Woodfox. Woodfox At CAA Championships 2013 79-67-75=221 +5 Woodfox At NCAA Regionals 2011 83-86-81=250 +34 2013 82-78-89=249 +33

4th T-73rd 70th

The Reserve Club (Southport, N.C.) Pete Dye River Course (Radford, Va.) The Blessing Course (Fayetteville, Ark.)

Woodfox’s Career Statistics Season Rounds Strokes Lo54 LoRnd 2010-11 12 929 221 70 2011-12 9 710 228 74 2012-13 23 1757 220 67 Totals 44 3396 220 67

Par/- Events Top1 Top5 Top10 Top20 3 4 - - - 145-196 - 3 - - - 19-210 5 8 - 1 2 269-278 8 15 - 1 2 433-684

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Avg 77.4 78.9 76.4 77.2

CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Jens Geweke • Sophomore Dortmund, Germany • Helene-Lang Gymnasium

2012-13 Played in seven tournaments his rookie season ... Top finish was ninth at Wolfpack Intercollegiate (10/29-20) ... Also recorded career-low round of 70 in the second round of Wolfpack Intercollegiate. Amateur Placed fifth in Harder German Junior Masters in 2011 ... Finished sixth overall in German Boys Open in 2009 ... Posted second-place finish in 2012 at National Team Cup ... Held top-ranking in his region in 2006, 2008-10 ... Participated in 2009 British Boys Championship. Personal Full name: Jens Geweke ... Born May 14, 1992, in Essen, Germany ... Son of Gabriele and Uwe Geweke.

Geweke’s Career Statistics Season Rounds Strokes Lo54 LoRnd 2012-13 20 1515 216 70 Totals 20 1515 216 70

Par/- Events Top1 Top5 Top10 Top20 4 7 - - 1 223-257 4 7 - - 1 223-257

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Avg 75.8 75.8

CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Newcomers Trey Guy • Freshman Fayetteville, N.C. • Terry Sanford At Terry Sanford: Four-year letterwinner for Bulldogs and Coach Doug Foster … Finished second in State 4A championship … Also earned All-State honors and was team MVP … Career-low round was 63. Junior golf: Placed third in Carolinas Junior Championship in 2011 … Finished fourth at North Carolina junior match play in 2013. Personal: Full name: Robert Lee Guy … Born in Fayetteville, N.C. … Son of Glenda and Richard Guy.

Preston Harrington • Freshman Dallas, Texas • Trinity Christian At Trinity Christian: Three-year letterwinner for Trojans and Coach Martial Edwards … Team MVP in 2013 … National Honor Society member … Also played soccer for Trojans. Personal: Full name: Preston Alexander Harrington … Born in Dallas, Texas … Son of Louisa and Bill Harrington.

Thomas Lilly • Freshman Newton, N.C. • Maiden Junior golf: Won Ken and Betty Isaac Championship in 2011 and 2012. At Maiden: Four-year letterman for Blue Devils and Coach Robbie Abernathy … 2010 Catawba Valley Athletic Conference Player-of-the-Year … Charlotte Observer First-team All-Region. Personal: Full name: Henry Thomas Lilly III … Born in Newton, N.C. … Son of Beth and Tom Lilly … Cousin, Frank Adams, is a professional golfer.

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CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

20o12-13 Statistics Low Low Par/- Finish Top Player Rounds Strokes 54-holes Round Rounds Evnts 1 5 10 Payne McLeod 32 2327 211 67 15 11 2 5 5 Thomas Bass 32 2383 211 68 12 11 1 1 2 Dylan Harris 11 827 220 71 3 4 - - - Stefan Brewer 32 2408 221 70 4 11 - - 1 Jens Geweke 20 1515 216 70 4 7 - - 1 Ryan Nagy 26 1983 222 68 3 9 - - - Josh Woodfox 23 1757 220 67 5 8 - 1 2 FOUR-PLAYER TEAM 32 9452 859 280 46 11 3 7 11 Tournament Dates Rounds Place Tar Heel Intercollegiate 09/15-16/2012 3 6 Rees Jones Invitational 10/01-02/2012 3 6 Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic 10/07-09/2012 3 2 Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate 10/12-14/2012 3 3 Wolfpack Intercollegiate 10/19-20/2012 3 7 Del Walker Intercollegiate Classic 02/25-26/2013 3 8 Bandon Dunes Championship 03/08-10/2013 3 9 Seahawk Intercollegiate 03/24-25/2013 2 1 Irish Creek Collegiate 04/06-07/2013 3 5 CAA Championships 4/26-28/2013 3 1 NCAA Fayetteville Regional 5/16-18/2013 3 9

+/- +17 +46 +18 -5 +20 +45 +22 +28 +5 +24 +52

Score 881 910 870 859 884 885 886 604 869 888 916

W-L 621-150 489-282 157-149 395-376 223-257 268-320 269-278 83-46 W-L 8-5 6-5 10-1 10-2 5-6 1-7 9-8 11-0 12-4 6-0 5-8

Team low rounds (best 10) 1. 280 Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic, 10/07-09/2012 (2nd round) 2. 281 Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate, 10/12-14/2012 (3rd round) 3. 283 Irish Creek Collegiate, 04/06-07/2013 (2nd round) 283 CAA Championships, 4/26-28/2013 (2nd round) 5. 289 Tar Heel Intercollegiate, 09/15-16/2012 (1st round) 289 Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate, 10/12-14/2012 (1st round) 289 Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate, 10/12-14/2012 (2nd round) 289 Del Walker Intercollegiate Classic, 02/25-26/2013 (3rd round) 289 Irish Creek Collegiate, 04/06-07/2013 (1st round) 10. 290 Bandon Dunes Championship, 03/08-10/2013 (3rd round) Player low rounds (best 10) 1. 67 Payne McLeod 67 Josh Woodfox 67 Payne McLeod 4. 68 Thomas Bass 68 Ryan Nagy 68 Thomas Bass 68 Payne McLeod 68 Thomas Bass 9. 69 Payne McLeod 10. 70 Stefan Brewer 70 Payne McLeod 70 Jens Geweke 70 Josh Woodfox 70 Thomas Bass 70 Thomas Bass

Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate, 10/12-14/2012 (3rd round) CAA Championships, 4/26-28/2013 (2nd round) CAA Championships, 4/26-28/2013 (2nd round) Tar Heel Intercollegiate, 09/15-16/2012 (1st round) Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic, 10/07-09/2012 (2nd round) Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic, 10/07-09/2012 (2nd round) Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic, 10/07-09/2012 (3rd round) Bandon Dunes Championship, 03/08-10/2013 (3rd round) Irish Creek Collegiate, 04/06-07/2013 (2nd round) Tar Heel Intercollegiate, 09/15-16/2012 (2nd round) Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic, 10/07-09/2012 (2nd round) Wolfpack Intercollegiate, 10/19-20/2012 (2nd round) Wolfpack Intercollegiate, 10/19-20/2012 (3rd round) Irish Creek Collegiate, 04/06-07/2013 (1st round) Irish Creek Collegiate, 04/06-07/2013 (2nd round)

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W-L% To Par Average .805 +1 72.7 .634 +3 74.5 .513 +4 75.2 .512 +4 75.3 .465 +4 75.8 .456 +5 76.3 .492 +5 76.4 .643 +9 295.4

CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

2o12-13 Tournament results 09/15-16/2012 -- Tar Heel Intercollegiate UNC Finley Golf Course -- Chapel Hill, N.C. Par 72, 7242 yards -- 14 teams, 81 players UNCW Payne McLeod Thomas Bass Stefan Brewer Ryan Nagy Jens Geweke

289 73 68 74 75 74

294 72 77 70 75 81

298 72 76 77 74 76

881 217 221 221 224 231

+17 +1 +5 +5 +8 +15

10/01-02/2012 -- Rees Jones Invitational Rees Jones Signature Course -- Daufuskie Island, S.C. Par 75, 7380 yards -- 12 teams, 63 players UNCW Thomas Bass Payne McLeod Ryan Nagy Stefan Brewer Jens Geweke Josh Woodfox#

309 79 78 74 78 81 80

303 75 74 79 78 76 82

298 71 76 76 75 76 84

910 225 228 229 231 233 246

+46 +9 +12 +13 +15 +17 +30

10/07-09/2012 -- Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic Warren Golf Club -- South Bend, Ind. Par 71, 7023 yards -- 12 teams, 71 players UNCW Thomas Bass Payne McLeod Ryan Nagy Stefan Brewer Jens Geweke

296 71 75 77 74 76

280 68 70 68 74 78

294 72 68 77 78 77

870 211 213 222 226 231

+18 -2 E +9 +13 +18

10/12-14/2012 -- Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Blackthorn GC -- Jonesborough, Tenn. Par 72, 7147 yards -- 13 teams, 75 players UNCW Payne McLeod Thomas Bass Jens Geweke Stefan Brewer Ryan Nagy

289 71 71 72 75 78

289 73 72 73 76 71

281 67 72 71 71 75

859 211 215 216 222 224

10/19-20/2012 -- Wolfpack Intercollegiate Lonnie Poole Golf Club -- Raleigh, N.C. Par 72, 7358 yards -- 12 teams, 72 players UNCW Jens Geweke Payne McLeod Josh Woodfox# Stefan Brewer Thomas Bass Ryan Nagy

301 74 73 74 76 78 78

292 70 75 76 73 75 74

291 72 71 70 72 76 80

884 216 219 220 221 229 232

-5 -5 -1 E +6 +8

+20 E +3 +4 +5 +13 +16

02/25-26/2013 -- Del Walker Intercollegiate Classic Virginia Country Club -- Long Beach, Calif. Par 70, 6633 yards -- 9 teams, 57 players UNCW Payne McLeod Josh Woodfox# Thomas Bass Dylan Harris Stefan Brewer Ryan Nagy Jens Geweke#

295 73 72 73 75 74 78 78

301 73 76 76 75 77 78 72

289 71 74 74 73 73 72 80

885 217 222 223 223 224 228 230

+45 +7 +12 +13 +13 +14 +18 +20

6th t-12th t-27th t-27th t-40th 66th

6th t-11th t-18th t-23rd t-31st t-36th t-56th

t-2nd 1st t-2nd t-28th t-42nd t-57th

3rd t-4th t-11th t-15th t-47th t-56th

7th t-9th t-16th t-20th t-24th 56th 61st

03/08-10/2013 -- Bandon Dunes Championship Old Macdonald Course -- Bend, Ore. Par 72, 6859 yards -- 18 teams, 95 players UNCW Dylan Harris Thomas Bass Josh Woodfox Payne McLeod Stefan Brewer

298 77 76 76 72 74

298 72 78 71 77 79

290 71 68 76 76 75

886 220 222 223 225 228

03/24-25/2013 -- Seahawk Intercollegiate Country Club of Landfall -- Wilmington, N.C. Par 72, 6877 yards -- 12 teams, 68 players UNCW Payne McLeod Josh Woodfox Dylan Harris Stefan Brewer# Jens Geweke# Ryan Nagy Thomas Bass

295 72 71 74 75 80 78 82

309 71 80 78 82 78 80 80

604 143 151 152 157 158 158 162

04/06-07/2013 -- Irish Creek Collegiate Irish Creek Golf Club -- Kannapolis, N.C. Par 72, 6877 yards -- 17 teams, 90 players UNCW Payne McLeod Thomas Bass Stefan Brewer Josh Woodfox Dylan Harris

289 71 70 73 75 81

283 69 70 73 78 71

297 72 76 77 72 80

305 73 79 79 76 77

283 67 67 74 75 81

300 75 75 74 76 79

1st 1st t-10th t-14th t-28th t-34th t-34th t-50th

869 212 216 223 225 232

+5 -4 E +7 +9 +16

t-5th t-4th t-17th t-41st t-56th 80th

+24 -1 +5 +11 +11 +21

1st 1st 4th t-7th t-7th 24th

+52 +11 +12 +13 +16 +33

9th t-32nd t-37th t-39th t-47th 70th

888 215 221 227 227 237

05/16-18/2013 -- NCAA Fayetteville Regional The Blessings Course -- Fayetteville, Ark. Par 72, 7251 yards -- 14 teams, 75 players UNCW Payne McLeod Stefan Brewer Ryan Nagy Thomas Bass Josh Woodfox

300 80 74 74 72 82

# Indicates individual player

8th t-24th t-33rd t-35th t-35th t-38th t-43rd 47th

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301 74 75 76 76 78

315 73 79 79 84 89

9th t-24th t-31st t-37th t-47th t-65th

+28 -1 +7 +8 +13 +14 +14 +18

04/26-28/2013 -- CAA Championships The Reserve Club at St. James -- Southport, N.C. Par 72, 7069 yards -- 7 teams, 35 players UNCW Payne McLeod Josh Woodfox Thomas Bass Stefan Brewer Ryan Nagy

+22 +4 +6 +7 +9 +12

916 227 228 229 232 249

CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Records Career / Season Best Scoring Average, Career (Min. 30 rounds) Average Player 72.95 Payne McLeod 72.99 Josh Brock 73.42 Derek Brown 73.88 Adam Gee 73.91 Thomas Bass 74.00 Travis Bland 74.33 Brian Joyce 74.42 Derek Wallace 74.44 Bill Lewis 74.51 Sean Dougherty 74.62 John Trujillo 74.71 Tony DiBitetto 74.94 Neal Kauffman 74.98 Will Shambley 75.03 Brent Parrish 75.08 Marc-Andre Roy 75.19 Stefan Brewer 75.27 John Gaddy 75.46 Ryan Sullivan 75.60 John Calarco 75.70 Marc Matalavage 75.76 Scot Ploucha 75.91 Michael Taylor 76.03 Ryan Nagy 76.12 Mike Cato

Years Rounds Strokes 2010-13 97 7076 2007-11 133 9708 2000-04 127 9324 1999-03 122 9013 2009-13 104 7687 1996-98 50 3700 2001-05 116 8622 2006-10 125 9303 2001-05 57 4243 1997-01 75 5588 1996-00 85 6343 2002-06 113 8442 1995-97 52 3897 2004-05,2007-09 128 9597 1997-01 93 6978 2001-05 101 7583 2009,2011-13 96 7218 1994-98 104 7828 2007-11 92 6942 1998,2000-03 48 3629 2004-07 80 6056 2003-05 51 3864 2007-11 93 7060 2010-13 68 5170 1993-97 101 7688

Best Scoring Average, Season (Min. 10 rounds) Average Player 72.00 Josh Brock 72.62 Derek Brown 72.65 Tony DiBitetto 72.69 Josh Brock 72.70 Adam Gee 72.72 Payne McLeod 72.90 Derek Brown 73.00 Josh Brock 73.00 Payne McLeod 73.13 Payne McLeod 73.14 John Trujillo 73.21 Thomas Bass 73.40 Derek Wallace 73.43 Adam Gee 73.46 Sean Dougherty 73.54 Derek Wallace 73.58 Travis Bland 73.63 Thomas Bass 73.67 Bill Lewis 73.72 Derek Brown 73.79 Sean Dougherty 73.91 Brian Joyce 74.04 Bill Lewis 74.06 Brian Joyce 74.17 Brent Parrish

Years 2010-11 2002-03 2002-03 2009-10 2001-02 2012-13 2001-02 2008-09 2010-11 2011-12 1999-00 2011-12 2009-10 2002-03 1999-00 2008-09 1997-98 2010-11 2003-04 2003-04 2000-01 2004-05 2001-02 2002-03 1999-00

Rounds Strokes 35 2520 37 2687 37 2688 35 2544 33 2399 32 2327 30 2187 31 2263 35 2555 30 2194 22 1609 29 2123 35 2569 37 2717 24 1763 28 2059 24 1766 32 2356 12 884 32 2359 28 2066 35 2587 25 1851 34 2518 24 1780

Best 4-Player Team Scoring Average, Season Average Season 290.65 2002-03 292.66 2010-11 293.60 2009-10 294.57 2008-09 295.08 1999-00 295.09 2003-04 295.38 2012-13 295.70 2011-12 295.75 1997-98 296.42 1996-97 296.61 2000-01 297.67 2004-05 299.50 2007-08 299.92 1998-99 301.25 2005-06 301.52 2006-07 301.70 1994-95 302.85 1995-96 303.18 1993-94 304.23 1991-92 305.97 1992-93

Derek Bro

wn, 2000

-04

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Rounds 37 35 35 28 24 32 32 30 24 26 28 36 32 26 32 33 30 26 28 26 29

Strokes 10754 10243 10276 8248 7082 9443 9452 8871 7098 7707 8305 10716 9584 7798 9640 9950 9051 7874 8489 7910 8873

CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Misc. Records / Awards Most Rounds played 133 Josh Brock 128 Will Shambley 127 Derek Brown 125 Derek Wallace 122 Adam Gee 116 Brian Joyce 113 Tony DiBitetto 104 Thomas Bass 104 John Gaddy 101 Mike Cato 101 Lee Watson 101 Marc Andre Roy

2007-11 2004-09 2000-04 2006-10 1999-03 2001-05 2002-06 2009-13 1994-98 1993-97 1990-94 2001-05

Most Events Played 46 Derek Brown 46 Adam Gee 46 Josh Brock 44 Will Shambley 43 Derek Wallace 42 John Gaddy 42 Lee Watson 41 Mike Cato 41 Scott Crocker 41 Brian Joyce

2000-04 1999-03 2007-11 2004-09 2006-10 1994-98 1990-94 1993-97 1989-93 2001-05

Most Top 10 Finishes 22 Derek Brown 17 Adam Gee 17 Josh Brock 13 Payne McLeod 12 Thomas Bass 11 John Trujillo 11 Gregg Cuthill 11 Sean Dougherty 11 John Gaddy 10 Mike Cato 10 Brent Parrish 10 Derek Wallace

2000-04 1999-03 2007-11 2010-active 2009-13 1996-00 1991-95 1997-01 1994-98 1993-97 1997-01 2006-10

CAA Player-of-the-Year 1993 2000 2011 2012 2013

Chris Buffaloe Sean Dougherty Josh Brock Thomas Bass Payne McLeod

CAA Coach of the Year 2000 2011 2012

Grant Robbins Matt Clark Matt Clark

CAA Rookie of the Year 2002 2003 2005 2008 2010 2011

Bill Lewis Tony DiBitetto Will Shambley Josh Brock Stefan Brewer Payne McLeod

Josh Broc

All-CAA Teams 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

k, 2007-1 1 John Gaddy (First Team) Travis Bland (First Team), John Gaddy (Second Team) John Trujillo (Second Team) John Trujillo (First Team), Sean Dougherty (Second Team), Brent Parish (Second Team) Derek Brown (First Team), Season Dougherty (First Team), Adam Gee (Second Team) Adam Gee (First Team), Derek Brown (Second Team), Bill Lewis (Second Team) Derek Brown (First Team), Tony DiBitetto (First Team), Brian Joyce (Second Team) Derek Brown (First Team), Tony DiBitetto (Second Team), Brian Joyce (Second Team) Brian Joyce (First Team), Marc-Andre Roy (Second Team) Josh Brock (Second Team), Will Shambley (Second Team) Josh Brock (First Team), Derek Wallace (Second Team) Josh Brock (First Team), Derek Wallace (Second Team) Josh Brock (First Team), Payne McLeod (First Team), Thomas Bass (Second Team Thomas Bass (First Team), Payne McLeod (First Team) Payne McLeod (First Team), Thomas Bass (First Team), Josh Woodfox (Second Team), Stefan Brewer (Second Team)

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CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

CAA Tournament results / records UNCW Finishes At CAA Championship 1987 323-315-319=957 4th 1988 339-320-317=976 7th 1989 331-315-324=324 5th 1990 325-319-298=942 4th 1991 307-320-305=922 5th 1992 303-300-301=904 2nd 1993 301-301-305=907 3rd 1994 295-321-322=928 3rd 1995 307-297-313=917 3rd 1996 294-294-297=885 2nd 1997 304-291-291=886 2nd 1998 301-297-291=888 2nd 1999 316-317-304=937 5th 2000 302-300-300=902 6th 2001 296-299-290=885 3rd 2002 281-283-292=856 2nd 2003 291-291-284=866 2nd** 2004 288-289-290=867 1st 2005 298-292-294=884 1st 2006 309-306-305=920 4th 2007 304-287-291=882 4th 2008 290-294-288=872 3rd 2009 304-297-290=891 T4th 2010 304-307-297=908 7th 2011 294-293-295=882 1st 2012 301-295-288=884 1st 2013 305-283-300=888 1st ** Lost in playoff to Old Dominion CAA Championship Records Individual Lowest Round 67 Payne McLeod Josh Woodfox 68 Brian Joyce Matt Dowdy Derek Wallace 69 Bill Lewis Derek Brown Adam Gee Brian Joyce Derek Brown Thomas Bass 70 Tony DiBitetto Brian Joyce John Gaddy Travis Bland

Tournament Total 210 Brian Joyce (71-71-68=210) Derek Brown (71-69-74=210) 212 Travis Bland (71-70-71=212) 213 Bill Lewis (69-73-71=213) 214 Derek Brown (69-71-74=214) 215 Adam Gee (69-71-75=215) Payne McLeod (73-67-75=215 216 Marc-Andre Roy (71-73-72=216) Tony DiBitetto (72-74-70=216) Brian Joyce (75-72-69=216) Scott Crocker (72-73-71=216) Lowest Team Round 281 1st 2002 283 2nd 2002 2nd 2013 284 3rd 2003 287 2nd 2007 288 3rd 2008 1st 2004 3rd 2012 290 3rd 2004 3rd 2001 3rd 2009 3rd 1998

2013 2013 2005 2007 2008 2002 2002 2002 2003 2004 2012 2003 2002 1997 1998

Team Lowest Tournament Score 856 2nd 281-283-292 2002 866 2nd 291-291-284 2003 867 1st 288-289-290 2004 872 3rd 290-294-288 2008 882 4th 304-287-291 2007 882 1st 294-293-295 2011 884 1st 298-292-294 2005 1st 301-295-288 2012 885 3rd 296-299-290 2001 2nd 294-294-297 1996 886 2nd 304-291-291 1997 888 2nd 301-297-290 1998 1st 305-283-300 2013

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2005 2004 1998 2003 2002 2002 2013 2003 2003 2003 1992

CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

NCAA Regional results / records 2002 NCAA East Regional Ansley Golf Club (Roswell, Ga.) Adam Gee -- Individual 78-72-76=226 (T47th) 2003 NCAA East Regional University Golf Club (Auburn, Ala.) UNCW 300-299-289=888 (15th) Adam Gee (73-74-71=218) T33rd Marc-Andre Roy (74-76-72=222) T51st Derek Brown (75-76-74=225) T69th Tony DiBitetto (78-74-76=228) T87th Brian Joyce (81-75-72=228) T87th 2004 NCAA West Regional Sunriver Resort (Sunriver, Ore.) UNCW 294-300-311=905 (17th) Brian Joyce (72-73-77=222) T33rd Derek Brown (75-72-78=225) T57th Tony DiBitetto (72-80-76=228) T70th Scott Ploucha (75-76-81=232) T70th Marc-Andre Roy (81-79-80=240) T125th 2005 NCAA East Regional Golf Club of Tennessee (Kingston, Tenn.) UNCW 298-304-294=896 (22nd) Brian Joyce (75-72-73=220) T74th Marc-Andre Roy (76-78-70=224) T96th Marc Matalavage (73-77-77=227) T104th Will Shambley (74-78-81=233) T105th Scott Ploucha (77-77-74=228) T108th 2009 NCAA Southeast Regional RedTail GC (Sorrento, Fla.) Josh Brock -- Individual 71-75-74=220 (T60th) 2010 NCAA East Regional The Course at Yale (New Haven, Conn.) UNCW 286-280-285=851 (10th) Stefan Brewer (72-69-71=212) T29th Josh Brock (73-71-69=213) T33rd Derek Wallace (72-70-74=216) T46th Ryan Sullivan (70-77-71=218) T53rd Thomas Bass (72-70-80=222) T58th 2011 NCAA Virginia Tech Regional Pete Dye River Course (Radford, Va.) UNCW 304-314-300=918 (11th) Josh Brock (71-73-71=215) T6th Payne McLeod (71-74-71=216) T8th Michael Taylor (79-81-80=240) 71st Josh Woodfox (83-86-81=250) T73rd Taylor Zimmerman (86-86-78=250) T73rd 2012 NCAA Athens Regional Univ. of Georgia Golf Course (Athens, Ga.) UNCW 282-295-297=874 (t9th) Payne McLeod (70-73-74=217) T21st Thomas Bass (71-74-75=220) T36th Ryan Nagy (70-76-74=220) T36th Patrick Sawrey (71-74-79=224) T56th Stefan Brewer (80-74-74=228) T63rd

2013 NCAA Fayetteville Regional The Blessings Golf Course (Fayetteville, Ark.) UNCW 282-295-297=874 (t9th) Payne McLeod (80-74-73=227) T32nd Stefan Brewer (74-75-79=228) T37th Ryan Nagy (74-76-79=229) T39th Thomas Bass (72-76-84=232) T47th Josh Woodfox (82-78-89=249) 70th

NCAA Records For UNCW Men’s Golf Low 18 69 69 70 70 70 70 70 70 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71

Stefan Brewer Josh Brock Marc Andre Roy Derek Wallace Ryan Sullivan Thomas Bass Payne McLeod Ryan Nagy Adam Gee Josh Brock Stefan Brewer Josh Brock Ryan Sullivan Josh Brock (twice) Payne McLeod (twice) Thomas Bass Patrick Sawrey

2010 2010 2005 2010 2010 2010 2012 2012 2003 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012

Low 54 212 213 215 216 216 217 218 218 220 220 220 220 222 222 222

Stefan Brewer Josh Brock Josh Brock Derek Wallace Payne McLeod Payne McLeod Adam Gee Ryan Sullivan Brian Joyce Josh Brock Thomas Bass Ryan Nagy Brian Joyce Marc Andre Roy Thomas Bass

2010 2010 2011 2010 2011 2012 2003 2010 2005 2009 2012 2012 2004 2003 2010

Best Finishes T6th Josh Brock T8th Payne McLeod T21st Payne McLeod T29th Stefan Brewer T32nd Payne McLeod T33rd Adam Gee T33rd Brian Joyce T33rd Josh Brock

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2011 2011 2012 2010 2013 2003 2004 2010

CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Seahawk Intercollegiate Tournament Results Year Team 2010 Augusta State (280-289=569, -7) 2011 UNCW (290-293-296=879, +15) 2012 East Carolina (296-282-286=864) 2013 UNCW (295-306=604) Tournament Records Individual Low round Low 36 Low Tournament

Individual(s) Jake Colley (East Carolina, 70-69=139, -5); Patrick Reed (Augusta State, 68-71=139, -5) Thomas Bass (UNCW, 71-73-72=216, E) Wesley Bryan (S. Carolina, 68-71-70=209, -7) Payne McLeod (72-71=143, -1)

Player (Team) 67, Preston Dembowiak (Liberty) 67, Eric Brady (East Carolina) 139, Jake Colley (East Carolina) 139, Henrik Norlander (Augusta State) 139, Wesley Bryan (USC) 209, Wesley Bryan (USC)

Date (Round) Feb. 27, 2011 (2nd) Feb. 27, 2012 (2nd) Mar. 1, 2010 Mar. 1, 2010 Feb. 26-27, 2012 Feb. 26-27, 2012

Team Low round 280, Augusta State Low 36 569, Augusta State Low Tournament 864, East Carolina

Date (Round) Mar. 1, 2010 (1st) Mar. 1, 2010 Feb. 26-27, 2012

Feb. 26-27, 2012 CC of Landfall (Nicklaus) 1 2 3 Team T2 1 1 East Carolina 1 2 2 Wake Forest 4 5 3 South Carolina T6 3 4 Chattanooga 5 T6 5 UNCW 10 T6 6 Liberty T2 4 7 Davidson T6 8 8 Old Dominion 8 9 9 VCU 9 10 10 George Mason 11 12 11 James Madison 12 12 12 Drexel

Scores 296-282-286=864 292-292-289=873 298-293-284=875 300-288-291=879 299-294-287=880 309-284-288=881 296-294-296=886 300-303-295=898 304-305-308=917 307-304-311=922 317-306-309=932 337-318-327=982

Player (Team) Wesley Bryan (USC) Cyrus Stewart (WFU) Robert Karlsson (Liberty) Richard Fountain (Davidson) Thomas Birdsey (WFU) Lee Bedford (WFU) Adam Stephenson (ECU) Caleb Sturgeon (USC) Steven Fox (Chatt.) Stephan Jaeger (Chatt.)

Scores 68-71-70=209 71-72-68=211 77-68-67=212 69-72-72=213 73-70-70=213 70-71-73=214 71-73-71=215 71-71-73=215 73-73-69=215 73-69-75=217

Feb. 27-28, 2011 CC of Landfall (Nicklaus) 1 2 3 Team 1 3 1 UNCW 7 4 2 Liberty 2 1 T3 Wake Forest 3 2 T3 East Carolina 8 5 5 South Carolina T5 7 6 VCU T5 8 7 North Carolina 4 6 8 Davidson 10 10 9 Old Dominion 12 9 10 Georgia State 11 11 11 Towson 9 12 12 Delaware Player (Team) Thomas Bass (UNCW) Preston Dembowiak (Liberty) Michael McGowan (UNC) Wesley Bryan (S. Carolina) Charlie Harrison (Wake Forest) Ryan Sullivan* (UNCW) Robert Karlsson (Liberty) Payne McLeod (UNCW) Michael Taylor (UNCW) Evan Beck (Wake Forest) * competed as an individual

E +9 +11 +15 +16 +17 +22 +34 +53 +58 +68 +118

Mar. 1-2, 2010 CC of Landfall (Nicklaus) 1 2 Team Scores 1 1 Augusta State T5 2 South Carolina T3 3 UNCW 293-296=589 T7 4 Georgia State T3 5 East Carolina 2 T6 VCU 292-303=595 T5 T6 Wake Forest 10 8 North Carolina T7 9 Davidson 297-317=614 9 10 James Madison 11 11 William & Mary 12 12 Drexel 423-333=657

280-289=569 -7 294-294=588 +12 +13 297-294=591 +15 293-299=592 +16 +19 294-301=595 +19 311-300=611 +35 +38 307-308=615 +39 314-312=626 +50 +81

-7 -5 -4 -3 -3 -2 -1 -1 -1 +1

Player (Team) Jake Colley (East Carolina) Patrick Reed (Augusta State) Henrik Norlander (Augusta State) Josh Brock (UNCW) Carter Newman (Augusta State) Mitchell Krywulycz (Augusta State) Stefan Brewer (UNCW) Wesley Bryan (S. Carolina) Alex Castro (Georgia State) Tom Sherreard (Georgia State)

Scores 70-69=139 68-71=139 70-71=141 70-71=141 69-74=143 70-74=144 73-71=144 73-71=144 75-70=145 72-73=145

Scores 290-293-296=879 303-285-295=883 291-287-310=888 294-286-308=888 304-285-301=890 301-303-302=906 301-304-311=916 297-305-317=919 312-300-316=928 314-295-326=935 313-313-328=954 305-338-338=981

+15 +19 +24 +24 +26 +42 +52 +55 +64 +71 +90 +117

Mar. 24-25, 2013 CC of Landfall (Nicklaus) 1 2 Team 1 1 UNCW 2 2 Kent State 4 3 Maryland T7 4 Coastal Carolina 3 T5 Campbell 6 T5 Davidson T7 7 Ohio State 10 8 Old Dominion T11 9 VCU T11 10 East Carolina 5 11 Columbia 9 12 Delaware

Scores 295-309=604 +28 296-309=605 +29 302-307=609 +33 311-301=612 +36 300-317=317 +41 305-312=617 +41 311-307=618 +42 314-310=624 +48 317-312=629 +53 317-321=638 +62 304-335=639 +63 313-331=644 +68

Scores 71-73-72=216 78-67-72=217 72-74-72=218 75-69-75=219 72-69-78=219 71-71-78=220 73-71-76=220 76-72-72=220 72-74-74=220 73-71-76=220

E +1 +2 +3 +3 +4 +4 +4 +4 +4

Player (Team) Payne McLeod (UNCW) Andrew Dorn (Coastal) Tom Harris (Maryland) Sebastian Soderberg (Coastal) Kyle Kmiecik (Kent State) Alvaro Veiga (Campbell) Sam Echikson (Davidson) Richard Fountain (Davidson) Taylor Pendrith (Kent State) Eric Brady (East Carolina) Charlie Phillips (Kent State)* Boo Timko (Ohio State) Josh Woodfox (UNCW) * competed as an individual

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Scores 72-71=143 74-74=148 75-73=148 74-74=148 75-74=149 71-78=149 77-73=150 71-79=150 74-76=150 76-75=151 77-74=151 75-76=151 71-80=151

-5 -5 -3 -3 -1 E E E +1 +1

-1 +4 +4 +4 +5 +5 +6 +6 +6 +7 +7 +7 +7

CAA Champions: 2004, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2013 * NCAA Regionals: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

All-Time Letterwinners Player Rounds Strokes Lo54 LoRnd Par/- Events Top1 Top5 Top10

W-L

Avg

Seasons

Klay Barrow

22

1711

-

-

-

10

-

-

-

-

77.8

1987-89

Thomas Bass

104

7687

211

67

41

36

2

5

12

1649-844

73.9

2009-13

Mike Bell

18

1391

-

71

-

8

-

-

1

-

77.3

1998-00

Travis Bland

50

3700

-

67

-

20

1

2

7

-

74.0

1996-98

Adam Brand

2

162

-

79

-

1

-

-

-

-

81.0

1993-94

Jason Brett

2

171

-

82

-

1

-

-

-

-

85.5

1997-98

Stefan Brewer

96

7218

209

67

18

33

-

1

3

1157-1213

75.2

2009,2011-13

Eddie Brock

74

5753

218

69

3

26

-

-

-

225-843

77.7

2005-09

Josh Brock

133

9708

201

65

55

46

4

12

17

2708-870

73.0

2007-11

Derek Brown

127

9324

-

68

-

46

3

14

22

-

73.4

2000-04

Chris Buffaloe

25

1947

-

72

-

10

1

2

2

-

77.9

1992-93

John Calarco

48

3629

-

70

-

18

-

-

2

-

75.6

1998,2000-03

Mike Cato

101

7688

-

68

-

41

2

5

10

-

76.1

1993-97

Chris Colomb

62

4761

217

69

3

22

-

-

-

356-558

76.8

2002-03,2005-07

David Conley

2

151

-

75

-

1

-

-

-

-

75.5

1993-94

Travis Conner

16

1290

-

-

-

8

-

-

-

-

80.6

1986-89

David Copley

11

867

-

75

-

4

-

-

-

-

78.8

1994-95

Scott Crocker

96

7383

-

66

-

41

1

2

8

-

76.9

1989-93

Gregg Cuthill

95

7252

-

68

-

38

1

7

11

-

76.3

1991-95

Pat Damore

15

1227

-

91

-

8

-

-

-

-

81.8

1989-91

Beau Dawkins

4

303

-

73

-

2

-

-

-

-

75.8

1998-99

Tony DiBitetto

113

8442

220

67

-

39

2

6

9

-

74.7

2002-06

Matt Dilday

18

1443

-

75

-

8

-

-

-

-

80.2

1992-95

Brad Dilen

33

2529

222

72

4

11

-

-

-

238-634

76.6

2006-09

Steve Doucet

70

5428

-

68

-

29

-

2

3

-

77.5

1993-97

Sean Dougherty

75

5588

-

68

-

31

2

8

11

-

74.5

1997-01

Matt Dowdy

18

1380

218

68

1

6

-

-

1

193-334

76.7

2006-07

Nick Eatmon

58

4510

-

70

-

23

1

2

2

-

77.8

1994-98

Chris Faulkner

6

495

242

77

-

2

-

-

-

6-182

82.5

2006-07

John Gaddy

104

7828

-

69

-

42

-

7

11

-

75.3

1994-98

Adam Gee

122

9013

-

67

-

46

2

10

17

-

73.9

1999-03

Jens Geweke

20

1515

216

70

4

7

-

-

1

223-257

75.8

2012-13

Buck Godwin

4

313

-

-

-

3

-

-

-

-

78.3

1989-90

Hugh Harrell

65

5042

-

70

-

28

-

2

6

-

77.6

1988,1990-92

Dylan Harris

23

1765

220

71

4

8

-

-

-

224-358

76.7

2011-13

David Heimbecker

5

412

-

79

-

2

-

-

-

-

82.4

2000-01

Seth Holloman

2

160

-

76

-

1

-

-

-

-

80.0

1997-98

Brooks Honeycutt

41

3204

-

72

-

17

-

1

1

-

78.1

1992-93,1995-96

Richie Hunt

18

1383

229

73

-

6

-

-

-

-

76.8

2003-05

Brian Joyce

116

8622

218

67

-

41

1

3

9

-

74.3

2001-05

Neal Kauffman

52

3897

-

66

-

22

1

2

7

-

74.9

1995-97

Richard Kimble

70

5457

-

-

-

32

1

3

3

-

78.0

1986-90

Cameron Lee

13

987

-

71

-

7

-

-

1

-

75.9

1999-01

Bill Lewis

57

4243

229

68

-

20

1

3

4

-

74.4

2001-05

Eric Luckner

14

1154

-

-

-

7

-

-

-

-

82.4

1986,1988-90

J.D. Mann

21

1661

-

70

-

8

-

-

-

-

79.1

1991-94

Marc Matalavage

80

6056

216

69

6

27

-

-

-

447-467

75.7

2004-07

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All-Time Letterwinners Player Rounds Strokes Lo54 LoRnd Par/- Events Top1 Top5 Top10

W-L

Avg

Seasons

Payne McLeod

97

7076

211

67

39

33

2

5

13

1832-529

72.9

2010-13

Ryan Nagy

68

5170

210

67

11

23

-

-

2

681-973

76.0

2010-13

Kelly Neal

27

2230

-

76

-

12

-

-

-

-

82.6

1988-91

Glen Nelson

15

1195

-

-

-

7

-

-

-

-

79.7

1989-90

Glenn Nelson

22

1729

-

73

-

9

-

1

3

-

78.6

1990-91

Brent Parrish

93

6978

-

68

-

38

2

8

10

-

75.0

1997-01

Steve Perry

4

322

-

-

-

2

-

-

-

-

80.5

1988-89

Marshall Pickett

15

1151

214

67

-

5

-

-

-

-

76.7

2005-06

Jim Pitman

19

1483

-

72

-

8

-

-

-

-

78.1

1998-00

Scot Ploucha

51

3864

216

71

-

17

-

-

2

-

75.8

2003-05

Scott Ploucha

3

254

254

84

-

1

-

-

-

-

84.7

2005-06

Ron Pontiff

25

2039

-

-

-

12

-

-

-

-

81.6

1986-89

Brent Pridgen

4

330

-

-

-

2

-

-

-

-

82.5

1988-89

Paul Query

4

322

-

-

-

2

-

-

-

-

80.5

1988-89

Marc-Andre Roy

101

7583

215

67

-

35

-

3

7

-

75.1

2001-05

Patrick Sawrey

30

2285

211

67

6

10

-

1

1

248-447

76.2

2011-12

Johnny Scott

7

586

-

-

-

3

-

-

-

-

83.7

1988-89

Will Shambley

128

9597

208

64

14

44

-

5

8

871-834

75.0

2004-05,2007-09

Cory Sheldon

24

1850

-

68

-

10

-

-

-

-

77.1

1997-99

Jen Sigurdsson

2

155

-

74

-

1

-

-

-

-

77.5

1999-00

Stephen Smith

14

1067

-

69

-

6

-

-

-

-

76.2

1999-00

Chris Spath

77

6049

-

71

-

35

-

-

-

-

78.6

1988-92

Brian Spencer

56

4268

-

68

-

22

-

1

1

-

76.2

1993-95

Chris Spiron

18

1423

-

71

-

8

-

-

-

-

79.1

1991-92

Erci Stroup

1

101

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

101.0

1989-90

Eric Stroup

6

529

-

-

-

3

-

-

-

-

88.2

1988-89

Ryan Sullivan

92

6942

212

66

22

32

-

-

3

1294-1227

75.5

2007-11

Brian Talley

7

542

-

73

-

3

-

-

-

-

77.4

1998-99

Michael Taylor

93

7060

211

67

14

32

-

-

5

1115-1295

75.9

2007-11

John Trujillo

85

6343

-

66

-

35

1

6

11

-

74.6

1996-00

Derek Wallace

125

9303

201

64

34

43

1

4

10

2012-1411

74.4

2006-10

Lee Watson

101

7783

-

69

-

42

-

4

7

-

77.1

1990-94

Max Weinstein

15

1164

-

72

-

7

-

-

-

-

77.6

1997-99

Josh Woodfox

44

3396

220

67

8

15

-

1

2

433-684

77.2

2010-13

Ryan Yost

25

2025

-

78

-

12

-

-

-

-

81.0

1989-91

Taylor Zimmerman

62

4779

217

69

7

22

-

1

1

718-906

77.1

2008-12

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birdies for kaitlyn The UNCW Men’s Golf Team needs your support We are conducting a fundraiser to help UNCW golf alum and UNCW Hall of Famer Derek Brown make needed renovations to his house so that his twoyear old daughter, Kaitlyn, who has been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, can have a room that will provide her the safety and medical necessities to give her a more functional and better life. Please make a pledge to sponsor UNCW Men’s Golf in “Birdies for Kaitlyn.” Here is the story of the Brown Family and their beautiful twin daughters! On September 21, 2011, the Brown family was blessed with twin girls who were born nearly 15 weeks early. When they were born, Kaitlyn weighed one-pound, 11.5 ounces and Kinley weighed 1-pound, 0.3 ounces. While Kinley’s three-month stay in the NICU was smooth and uneventful, Kaitlyn was not as fortunate during her seven-month stay. She was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and has a trach and ventilator to help her breathe while getting nutrition thru a gtube. Unfortunately, the Brown’s home was not built with a special needs child in mind. All of the bedrooms and full bathrooms are upstairs. This causes a safety concern since it is difficult to transport Kaitlyn up-and-down the stairs with all of the necessary equipment. An $80,000 home renovation needs to be done to the first floor. Derek and Amanda hope to build a bedroom and bathroom to minimize using the stairs so often. Examples of projects needed to make the rooms more accessible for Kaitlyn include reinforcing walls for grab bars, installing a lift for her as she gets older and a therapeutic bath tub. The Seahawk men’s golf program is asking for your help with “Birdies for Kaitlyn.” Our goal is to raise $80,000 so the Brown Family can better meet Kaitlyn’s needs and help her reach as many milestones as possible. One hundred percent of your donation will go toward helping the Browns with housing renovations as well as medical necessities.

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Committed to undergraduate teaching, UNC Wilmington boasts of learning opportunities second to none and professors whose commitment to knowledge and

teaching is surpassed only by their dedication to students.

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Gary L. Miller Chancellor Dr. Gary Miller serves as the seventh leader of UNCW. A dedicated educator, Miller brings extensive academic and administrative experience to the university. His professional expertise spans the breadth and depth of American higher education, from his own learning experiences as a student at the

College of William and Mary, to his early positions a faculty member at Mississippi State University, Weber State University and the University of Mississippi, to his work DVDGHDQDWWKH8QLYHUVLW\RIWKH3DFL¿F and recently, as provost and vice president of academic affairs and research at Wichita State University.

“The University of North Carolina Wilmington is uniquely situated to lead a transformation in American higher education, to model the programs and services that best serve 21st century students.”

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Jimmy Bass Athletic Director The UNCW athletic department continues to make tremendous strides under the leadership of Director of Athletics Jimmy Bass. Since taking over the helm of the program in October of 2010, the Seahawks have won more Colonial Athletic Association championships than any other conference member over the last three years. Overall, UNCW has captured 11 CAA titles, including three crowns in 2012-13. Bass introduced a comprehensive strategic plan upon his arrival and the Seahawks embraced it with great success, excelling in the athletic arena and also in the classroom. With a recognized expertise in marketing and fund raising, the North Carolina native restructured the department’s fund raising arm and orchestrated a $2 million renovation to venerable Trask Coliseum. The Seahawks also reached a sponsorship consulting partnership with IMG Worldwide. Before accepting the UNCW post, Bass spent three years in external operations at East Carolina after holding similar positions at Mississippi State, N.C. State, Pittsburgh, UNCW and Davidson. He VHUYHGDV8,1&:¶V¿UVWIXOOWLPHIXQGUDLVHULQ 1986, bolstering athletic scholarship efforts and increasing membership in the Seahawk Club WKUHHIROGGXULQJKLV¿UVWVWD\ A member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the National Association of Athletic Development Directors, Bass is beginning his second year as president of the Colonial Athletic Association. He is married to the former Sarah Ruark and the couple has a son, Corey.

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Why UNCW? • A community committed to academic excellence • A mid-sized institution with a small university look and feel • A one-of-a-kind university culture that combines top academics in a unique coastal setting

Campus Life • Service learning and community service: 95,298 hours of service; 6,232 students • Study abroad: more than 500 programs in more than 50 countries • 270 clubs

Campus Facts Location: Wilmington, North Carolina Undergrad Enrollment: 12,387 Admitted freshmen: 90 percent live on campus  SHUFHQWVDLG81&:ZDVÂżUVWFKRLFH 26 percent from top 10 percent of high school class

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70+ majors National Rankings For the 15th consecutive year, U.S.News & World Report ranks UNC Wilmington among the top 10 public regional master’s universities in the South. Among the academically outstanding colleges, The Princeton Review consistently designates UNCW one of the best overall bargains in the U.S. based on cost and ¿QDQFLDODLG In Kiplinger’s Best Values in Public Colleges 2012, UNC Wilmington lists among the top 15 public universities in the nation and number two in North Carolina.

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Wilmington, North Carolina The greater Cape Fear region is home to more than 375,000 people, with Wilmington at its heart. A popular tourist destination, Wilmington is rich in history, arts and culture and is among the fastestgrowing and most business-friendly cities in the Southeast. Sprawling from the banks of the Cape Fear River to the pristine shores of Wrightsville Beach, the city offers something for everyone. Wilmington is nicknamed the “Port City” due to its expansive port, but is better NQRZQWRORFDOVDQGYLVLWRUVDVD¿OP center, thanks to EUE/Screen Gems Studios. From Stephen King’s popular TV series, Under the Dome, to the hit movie Iron Man 3, EUE/Screen Gems has ZHOFRPHGPRUHWKDQIHDWXUH¿OPV and television series to southeast North Carolina.

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