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COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach:.........................Megan Menzel Alma Mater/Year:.............New Mexico, 1998 E-Mail Address:.firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant Coach:........................ Laura Cilek Alma Mater/Year:......................... Iowa, 2011 E-Mail Address:.... email@example.com UNIVERSITY OF IOWA ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Department of Athletics is to provide the administrative and coaching support, facilities, resources, and equipment necessary for student athletes to graduate from The University of Iowa while participating in broad based championship caliber athletic competition. The overall well-being of the participant and integrity of the program will be paramount in all that we do.
CREDITS The 2012 Iowa Hawkeye Women’s Golf Media Guide is a publication of the University of Iowa. The guide was written, designed and edited by Sports Information women’s golf contact James Novak and Aaron Blau. Designed by Mindy Gardner. Photographs provided by the University Relations Photo Unit and Mindy Gardner. Printing done by University of Iowa Printing Services in Iowa City, IA.
UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS Location:....................................Iowa City, IA Enrollment:........................................ 30,825 Founded:.............................................. 1847 Nickname:....................................Hawkeyes Colors................................... Black and Gold Conference:.......................................Big Ten National Affiliation...............NCAA, Division I President:................................. Sally Mason Director of Athletics:.................... Gary Barta Golf Administrator:...................... Mary Curtis Golf Secretary:.........................Syrena Even Home Course..................................Finkbine
TABLE OF CONTENTS Schedule and Roster................................... 2 Season Preview.......................................... 3 Why Iowa?................................................... 4 Head Coach Megan Menzel........................ 5 Assistant Coach Laura Cilek....................... 6 Meet the Hawkeyes................................ 7-15 Where the Hawkeyes Play................... 16-25 Fall/Spring Results............................... 27-28 Letterwinners............................................. 29 All-time Honors.......................................... 30 Records..................................................... 31 Diane Thomason....................................... 32 University of Iowa................................. 33-45
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2012-13 SCHEDULE AND ROSTER
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Chip-N-Club Invitational Chip-N-Club Invitational Dick McGuire Invitational Dick McGuire Invitational Hawkeye Alumni Challenge Johnie Imes Invitational Johnie Imes Invitational Hoosier Fall Invite Hoosier Fall Invite Hurricane Invitational Hurricane Invitational Westbrook Spring Invitational Westbrook Spring Invitational Mountain View Collegiate Mountain View Collegiate Challenge at Onion Creek Challenge at Onion Creek Lady Buckeye Spring Invite Lady Buckeye Spring Invite Big Ten Championships Big Ten Championships Big Ten Championships NCAA Regionals NCAA Regionals NCAA Regionals NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships
Licoln, NE Licoln, NE Albuquerque, NM Albuquerque, NM Iowa City, IA Columbia, MO Columbia, MO Florence, IN Florence, IN Miami, FL Miami, FL Phoenix, AZ Phoenix, AZ Tucson, AZ Tucson, AZ Austin, TX Austin, TX Columbus, OH Columbus, OH French Lick, IN French Lick, IN French Lick, IN TBA TBA TBA Athens, GA Athens, GA Athens, GA Athens, GA
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Driscoll High School
San Clemente, CA
San Clemente High School
Mt. Prospect, IL
Prospect High School
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St. Charles, IL
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Dubuque Wahlert High School
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University of Iowa head women’s golf coach Megan Menzel enters her second year at the helm of the Hawkeyes in 2012-13. Iowa will have a wealth of experience, with six golfers returning with starting experience, in addition to an impressive stock of incoming players. Headlining the returners are seniors Kristi Cardwell and Gigi DiGrazia. Cardwell had a strong junior campaign, playing 32 rounds with a 77.13 stroke average. Cardwell carried that momentum into the summer and won her first professional event. Cardwell bested the field of 100 players, including a few professionals, by one stroke in the Pepsi Indiana PGA Women’s Open at Hickory Stick Golf Club on July, 3. “Kristi has been in our top two here for a few years now and we really expect her to step in and fill that number one player role,” said Menzel. “She has some lofty goals and a lot of excitement heading into her senior year.” DiGrazia not only brings senior leadership on the course, but off the course as well. DiGrazia recently earned the Big Ten Distinguished Scholar award in Human Physiology for her previous academic term. “Gigi an outstanding student off the course and also a great player, so we look to her for strength in a lot of areas,” Menzel said. “She brings a ton of enthusiasm to our team so she’ll be a great leader.” Being the two seniors of the group, Menzel expects Cardwell and DiGrazia to lead the way. “They understand the expectations of this team and the attitude and work ethic that we are looking for,” Menzel said, “They’ve gotten to their senior year, learned a lot, and kind of tucked away all that experience.” Sophomores Shelby Phillips and Lauren English competed in every tournament last season as freshmen. Menzel is looking for the duo to build off their experiences last year and bring quality play to the lineup. “Lauren brings a wealth of experience to the team and really has been one of the most impressive players this summer,” Menzel said, “Her work ethic and attitude have been great, so I’m really excited for her to come in and use those tools this year. “Shelby is just a gamer,” Menzel said. “She loves to come out and play and I really expect her to be one of the strongest players on the team this year.” Junior Karly Grouwinkel and sophomore Nicole Rae round out Iowa’s returning letterwinners.
“Both players have a lot of potential,” Menzel said. “We need all of our returning players to take their games to the next level and help us compete each week, in practice and in tournaments.” The Hawkeyes welcome three new faces to the team in freshmen Brianna Midkiff and Amy Ihm, along with Anna DePalma, who transferred from Hawaii and will have two years of eligibility remaining. Midkiff was ranked the No. 2 player in Indiana for the class of 2012, while Ihm was a two time first team all-state selection in Iowa. DePalma competed in a total of 11 tournaments in her two years at Hawaii. “Our newcomers will add depth and plenty of talent to our roster,” Menzel said. “I’m really excited about the new faces in our program. They each bring something new to our team and I’m looking forward to seeing them compete.” Looking ahead to the upcoming season, Menzel expects this year’s squad to not only talk the talk, but also walk the walk. “We can say whatever we want but we have to back it up with the work ethic,” Menzel said, “I think that’s an area that we’re beginning to really understand and we’re excited for our team. I think if they do what they need to do, they can contend with anybody.” PA G E 3
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“The best thing about being a student-athlete at the University of Iowa is being able to have all of the opportunites to succeed in getting my degree. Additionally, I love all of the cool places we get to travel.” - Karly Grouwinkel
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“I like playing golf for the University of iowa because I like representing my team on the course. I am able to work hard and I am given help to suceed. I have amazing teammates who work as hard as me to reach our goal at being number one.” - Shelby Phillips
“Being a student-athlete at the University of Iowa has been the best experience of my life. I have met fantastic people, traveled to amazing places, and best of all I get to do what I love, play golf. The University of Iowa is really the place to be.” - Lauren English
“What I like best about being a student-athlete on the golf team at Iowa is the support. Whether its coaches, faculty, or just other students, everyone is so proud to be a Hawkeye. Iowa has a huge fan base the spreads all over the country. Being a part of that is really something special.” - Nicole Rae
“I love being able to play golf everyday with other people who enjoy it as much as I do while getting a great education at the University of Iowa.” - Gigi DiGrazia
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HEAD COACH MEGAN MENZEL BIO
MEGAN MENZEL HEAD COACH SECOND SEASON Megan Menzel is in her second season as the head coach of the University of Iowa women’s golf program. Menzel joined the Hawkeyes in Aug. 2011 after serving as a teaching professional at the Denver Country Club from 2007-09. Menzel brings a wealth of collegiate coaching experience with her to Iowa City, having served as the head coach at three separate institutions -- Boise State (1998-99), Colorado State (2000-2002) and Kansas (2002-04). During her most recent coaching stint with the Jayhawks, Menzel recruited the first individual conference champion at KU, while helping the program improve its overall conference and national rankings. She also initiated an $800,000 fundraising effort to improve the Kansas facilities and created the program’s booster organization. After two seasons in Lawrence and five seasons as a head coach, Menzel resigned her post as the Jayhawks’ head coach to focus on her growing family. Menzel returned to the golf teaching circles as the assistant golf professional at Lawrence Country Club from 2007-09. In April 2009, she joined the golf teaching staff at the Denver Country Club in Colorado. Menzel’s first coaching opportunity came at Boise State, where she was in charge of the program during the 1998-99 campaign at the age of 23. She recruited the first ever individual NCAA Regional qualifier in Bronco history. Following one season in Boise, Menzel took over as head coach at Colorado State in July of 2000. During her stint with the Rams, she recruited and coached the 2002 Mountain West Conference individual champion. Her squad qualified for NCAA Regionals in 2001 and 2002 and claimed the 2001 CSU Invitational team title. Academically, Menzel’s team led the CSU Athletics Department in cumulative grade point average during the 2001 season, and she coached three academic all-conference student-athletes during her stint at the school. Menzel played collegiate golf at the University of New Mexico from 1993-97, where she led the Lobos to three Western Athletic Conference titles (1994, 1995, 1996). The two-time team captain (1995, 1996), was a two-time academic allconference selection, while being named the 1996-97 Bank of America Academic Athlete of the Year. Menzel graduated from New Mexico in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. She is an LPGA Apprentice and A.C.E. certified personal trainer. She also holds golf fitness certification levels I and II from the Titleist Performance Institute. Menzel, who was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is married to Craig Menzel and the couple has three children -- Kennedy (10), Callie (9), and Maclayne (7).
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A S S I S TA N T C O A C H L A U R A C I L E K B I O
LAURA CILEK ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON Former Hawkeye Laura Cilek is in her second season as an assistant coach for the University of Iowa women's golf program. Cilek, who served as the interim assistant coach since August, played for the Hawkeyes from 2007-11, where she was a four-year letterwinner. During her UI career, she was a four-time recipient of the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award and a three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection. In 2009-10, Cilek was one of 22 student-athletes in the Big Ten Conference named the Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winner. "I am thrilled to have Laura return to our program as a member of our coaching staff," said Menzel. "I believe she is a great young talent in coaching, and she was an outstanding studentathlete at Iowa. As a native of Iowa City, Laura will be a tremendous ambassador for our university community and our women's golf program." The Iowa City, Iowa, native served as the team captain for three seasons, and was a member of Iowa's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee in 2009 and 2010. "Coach Menzel has a great vision for the future of Iowa golf, and I am very excited that she has given me the opportunity to help her achieve that vision," said Cilek. "Having been a studentathlete at Iowa and growing up in Iowa City, the Hawkeyes have always held a special place in my heart, and it means a lot to me to be a part of a great program and institution." Cilek, who played 109 rounds in her Hawkeye career, posted a career-best 78.6 scoring average over 30 rounds during her senior season. She finished fourth at the Chip-N-Club Invitational -- a career-best -- and fired a career-low round of 70 at the Badger Invitational. During her junior season, Cilek was tabbed as the Big Ten Golfer of the Week on March 17, 2010, after leading the Hawkeyes to a sixth place finish at the Jackrabbit Invitational. Off the course, Cilek was named to the Dean's List in 2008 and 2010. Following her junior season, she did a United States Senate internship for Senator Tom Harkin in Washington D.C., and she has also worked in the pro shop at Iowa's Finkbine Golf Course since 2007. Cilek graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in political science with a minor in communications in May 2011.
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KRISTI CARDWELL BIO
KRISTI CARDWELL SENIOR KOKOMO, IN KOKOMO HIGH SCHOOL 2011-12... Competed in 11 tournaments, including 32 rounds... posted a 77.13 average (2,468 strokes)... was named Big Ten Co-Golfer of the Week on April 12, sharing the honor with Purdue’s Paula Reto... recorded three top-10 finishes, including a career best second place showing at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic with a 54-hole score of 213, tying a school 54-hole school-record... fired a career-low 68 (-4) during the first round of Wyoming Cowgirl Classic, setting a personal best that ranks second all-time in Iowa program history... carded a first and second round 36-hole score of 138, a career-best... score set a new school record... posted 70’s during the second rounds of the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic and the Lady Northern Invitational... mark ranks 11th in school history.... had two eagles at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational to lead the 81-participant field... paced the Hawkeyes at three events - - Lady Northern Invitational (T23), Claud Jacobs Challenge (7) and Wyoming Cowgirl Classic (2)... letterwinner. 2010-11... Competed in 10 tournaments, including 30 rounds… finished in top 15 at five events… best finish came at Hawkeye Invitational (third)… posted low round of 69 at 2010 Challenge at Onion Creek… score was third-best 18-hole mark in school history… also recorded secondbest 36-hole score in school history at 2010 Challenge at Onion Creek (143)… recorded ninth-best 36-hole score (145) in school history at Badger Invitational and Jackrabbit Invitational… posted team-low tournament score at Hawkeye Invitational (227), 2010 Challenge at Onion Creek (218), Jackrabbit Invitational (223), Anteater Invitational and Lady Buckeye Invitational (247)… 218 at 2010 Challenge at Onion Creek was third-best 54hole score in school history… posted 2,312 total strokes…tied for team lead for lowest average (77.1) with teammate Chelsea Harris…letterwinner. 2009-10... Competed in 10 tournaments inlcuding 31 rounds... finished 13th and shot a season-low 18-hole score of 72 at the Hawkeye Invitational... competed in six tournaments over the summer...qualifed for the 34th US Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship with a score of 76... place 11th at the Pepsi Indiana Women’s Open... finished in the top 10 at the IWGA Indiana State Amateur Championship... letterwinner. High School… Three-time Kokomo High School team MVP... three-time All-NCC Conference... two-time Conference Low Medalist... NCC AllAcademic Team (2008)... two-time IHSAA All State Team... 2008 Indiana Hoosier Challenge champion... tied for 7th in the 2009 Indiana Women’s State Am... the first golfer for the Kokomo girl’s team to go to state all four years of her high school career... holds nine of the 10 individual records for the KHS golf team... best individual placing at state was fifth after carding a 149 in 2008... Indiana’s Top Female Pepsi Junior Golfer of the Year in 2008... winning the Indiana Girls State Junior 2008 at Harrison Lakes... top 15 finish at the Indiana Women’s Open (2008)... top 10 Indiana Women’s State Am (2008)... low medalist PJGT Batavia, OH- Course Record (2006)... Howard Country Jr. Champion (2007, 2008)... high school coach was Andy Carpenter... swing coach was Cary Hungate. Personal... Born April 7, 1991... daughter of Byron and Jill Cardwell... recreation management major.
CARDWELL EXTRAS Favorite Golf Moment: My first career hole-in one in New Mexico. Favorite Golf Course: French Lick Favorite Midnight Snack: Coco Pebbles cereal Favorite Professional Golfer: Phil Mickelson Favorite Sport, Other Than Golf: I like to watch college basketball
Favorite Iowa City Restaurant: Formosa Favorite Spot on Campus: Shaffer Hall Favorite Hole at Finkbine: #13 Favorite Building on Campus: McBride Hall Best Thing About Being a Hawkeye: Having the opportunity to play some very nice golf courses throughout the year.
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GIGI DIGRAZIA SENIOR ADDISON, IL DRISCOLL HIGH SCHOOL 2011-12... Competed in 10 tournaments, including 29 rounds... posted 79.07 average (2,293 strokes)... placed in the top-20 at two events... led the team at Chip-N Club Invitational, finishing tied for 11th with a 230... finish was a career best... tied for 12th at the Westbrook Spring Invitational, recording career-low 18-(72), 36-(146) and 54-hole (221) scores... letterwinner. 2010-11... Competed in six tournaments, including 19 rounds…posted 82.2 average (1,476 strokes)… posted lowest 18-hole (74), 36hole (151) and 54-hole score (230) of career at Jackrabbit Invitational...finished tied for 21st, a career-best, at Jackrabbit Invitational…. competed as an individual at Jackrabbit Invitational… academic all-Big Ten… letterwinner. 2009-10... Competed in seven tournaments, including 22 rounds... finished tied for 44th at the Buckeye Invite... carded career-low for 18 holes (78) at the Big Ten Championships...letterwinner. High School… Class A State Champion in Illinois for girl’s golf... carded her career low 65 in her senior year... four-time state qualifier with second, seventh and 16th place finishes in addition to her champion title in 2008... three-time all-state team and all-conference team... earned her placement in the conference and as the boy’s golf team captain her junior and senior years because her school did not have a girl’s golf team... won the 2006 NIKE Jr. event at the Quad Cities... competed in 2006 Junior World... 2006 NIKE Golf Junior Championship... Plantations Tournament of Champions in 2006-2008... 2007 AJGA Rolex Girls Junior... competed in AJGA McDonalds Invitational, USGA Girls Junior and Women’s Publinks all in 2008... named to the 2006 AJGA Nike Junior All-Star team... four top-ten finishes, which include a runner up finish... ranked 34th, nationally, among the 2009 graduates in the AJGA Polo Golf Rankings... four-time academic all-conference selection... member of the National Honor Society... multi-sport athlete... twice named the all-conference team for basketball... two-time state finalist for 3-point shooting... on 2009 2A state winning basketball squad. Personal... Born on July 7, 1991... daughter of Tony and Judy DiGrazia...integrative physiology major.
DIGRAZIA EXTRAS Favorite Golf Moment: Holeing out from 150 yards for an eagle sophomore year at Iowa in front of family and friends.
Favorite Iowa City Restaurant: Orange Leaf Favorite Spot on Campus: Rec Building
Favorite Golf Course: Erin Hills Favorite Midnight Snack: Popcorn Favorite Professional Golfer: Tiger Woods Favorite Sport, Other Than Golf: Basketball
Favorite Hole at Finkbine: #13 Favorite Building on Campus: Library Best Thing About Being a Hawkeye: Getting to play the sport I love with great teammates and coaches.
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ANNA DEPALMA JUNIOR SAN CLEMENTE, CA UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII 2011-12-- Competed in four tournaments…averaged 84.3 strokes per round…best finish was 59th at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational, where she shot her low 54-hole score of 246…low round was 80 during the first round of the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational. 2010-11-- Competed in seven tournaments…averaged 82.2 strokes per round…best finish was a tie for seventh place at the Paradise Desert Classic in Kailua, O‘ahu, where she shot 83…low round was 75 in the third round of the Anteater Invitational…tied for 22nd at the WAC Championships, where she shot 235 and posted all three rounds in the 70s. High School: Lettered four years in golf…named all-league four consecutive years and team captain for three…also a four-time scholar-athlete award winner…earned first place at the 2010 CIF Southern Section Individual Championship, placing 10th at the CIF regional competition…named Most Valuable Player of the South Coast League and second team all-county…2009 “Shot from the Top” third-place winner of the Toshiba Classic…runner-up at the Palm Desert Tournament…third place winner at the Cypress Ridge of the Toyota Tour Cup Series…had two wins and six Top 10 finishes in her career…also participated in the 2009 Joanne Winter Arizona Silverbelle and the 2010 Kathy Whitworth Invitational. Personal: Born October 7, 1991…majoring communications…has one younger brother…parents are Robert and Roxanne DePalma of San Clemente, Calif.
DEPALMA EXTRAS Favorite Golf Moment: The first time I shot under par to help my team advance to CIF. Favorite Golf Course: Kukui’ula in Hawaii.
Favorite Iowa City Restaurant: The Vine Favorite Spot on Campus: The Pentacrest Favorite Hole at Finkbine Golf Course: #15 Par 5
Favorite Midnight Snack: Green apple Favorite Professional Golfer: Natalie Gulbis Favorite Sport, Other Than Golf: Football
Favorite Building on Campus: The Old Capitol Best Thing About Being a Hawkeye: Love the school spirit. It’s an honor to represent an amazing University.
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KARLY GROUWINKEL JUNIOR MT. PROSPECT, IL PROSPECT HIGH SCHOOL 2011-12... Competed in five tournaments, including 15 rounds... posted an 86.47 average (1,297 strokes)... debuted in the Iowa lineup at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic... responded with career-low 18-(74), 36-(155) and 54-hole (241) scores... placed a season-best 65th at the Lady Buckeye Invitational... competed in two events as an individual (Chip-N Club Invitational, Lady Northern Invitational)... letterwinner. 2010-11... Competed in three rounds at Hawkeye Invitational… carded a 246 (86-7684)… letterwinner. High School… Competed for Prospect High School… three-time all-conference selection… holds school records for lowest 18-hole score (73) and lowest season average (77.6)… led team to back-to-back conference titles in 2009 and 2010… finished second in conference meet in 2009 and 2010… team finished with a 22-0 record over 2009 and 2010… led her team to second place finish at 2008 conference meet, finishing 10th individually… won two school tournaments in 2010… team captain as a senior… also competed in badminton, basketball and soccer…high school coach was Jim Hamann Personal… Born Feb. 3, 1992… daughter of Kevin and Karen Grouwinkel… one sister, Korey… grandfather, Gary, competed in football at the University of Iowa and was part of 1958-59 Rose Bowl team… open major. GROUWINKEL EXTRAS Favorite Golf Moment: Making an eagle
Favorite Sport on Campus: Pentacrest
Favorite Golf Course: Mt. Prospect Golf Course Favorite Midnight Snack: Frozen grapes Favorite Professional Golfer: Tiger Woods Favorite Sport,, Other Than Golf: Badmiton Favorite Iowa City Restaurant: Orange Leaf
Favorite Hole at Finkbine Golf Course: #15 Par 5 Favorite Building on Campus: Adler and Becker Best Thing About Being a Hawkeye: Wearing black and gold.
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LAUREN ENGLISH BIO
LAUREN ENGLISH SOPHOMORE BLOOMINGTON, IL UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL 2011-12... Competed in 11 tournaments, including 32 rounds... posted 78.44 average (2,510 strokes)... finished in the top-20 at three events... tied for 12th at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic, her best finish of the season... tied for 15th place at Chip-N Club Invitational in her collegiate debut... tied for 16th place at the Saluki Invite after firing a 157 (80-77, +13)... set season-best 18- (71), 36-(145), and 54hole (221) scores at the Westbrook Spring Invitational... paced the team by tying for 26th at Dick McGuire Invitational after firing a three round total of 226... fired hole-in-one on the sixth-hole of the Donald Ross Course during the first round of the Lady Northern Invitational... letterwinner. High School... Ranked as the No. 1 player in Illinois and in the top 50 for the class of 2011... ranked 160th in the Golfweek rankings... finished in the top-10 four times in American Junior Golf Association (AJCA) events... finished third at the AJGA Junior at the Quad Cities with a 219 (73-73-73) and third at the Randy Wise Junior Open with a 228 (74-79-75)... did not play high school golf in 2010... won four-of-six 18-hole high school events in 2009, while also earning two runnerup finishes... was the individual runner-up at the Illinois High School sectional and regional events, while placing eighth at the 36-hole state meet... posted a 74.2 scoring average, winning individual conference title... high school coach was Cal Hubbard. Personal... Born Dec. 17, 1992... daughter of Mark and Mary English... has two siblings, Lisa and Kyle... brother Kyle plays golf at Florida Gulf Coast University... open major. ENGLISH EXTRAS Favorite Golf Moment: Hole-in-one at French Lick 2011 Favorite Golf Course: Cabo del Sol in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Favorite Midnight Snack: Brownies Favorite Professional Golfer: Luke Donald Favorite Sport, Other Than Golf: Tennis Favorite Iowa City restaurant: Mondoâ€™s Saloon Favorite Spot on Campus: Capanna Cafe
Favorite Hole at Finkbine Golf Course: #7 Favorite Building on Campus: The CRWC Best Thing About Being a Hawkeye: I feel right at home in Iowa City.
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SHELBY PHILLIPS BIO
SHELBY PHILLIPS SOPHOMORE GILBERT, AZ HIGHLAND HIGH SCHOOL 2011-12... Competed in 11 tournaments, including 32 rounds... posted a 78.13 average (2,500 strokes)... finished tied for ninth at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic, a season-best... shot a season-low 222 at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic... closed first collegiate fall at Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational by firing season-best 36-hole score of 147... fired a season-best 72 on two occasions (Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational, Wyoming Cowgirl Classic)... letterwinner. High School... Ranked as the No. 2 player in Arizona and the 56th best prospect in the class of 2011... also ranked 116th in the Golfweek rankings... was tabbed as the 2007 and 2009 PGA Junior Series Player of the Year, while being the runner-up for the same honor in 2008 and 2010... won five of the nine high school tournaments in 2010... placed seventh at the 5A-1 State Championship -- it was her fourth straight year placing at the championship... also tallied a fifth place finish at the AJCA Junior in the Quad Cities, carding a 228 (78-74-76). Personal... Born Feb. 24, 1993... daughter of John and Mary Phillips... has one brother, JW... nursing major. PHILLIPS EXTRAS Favorite Golf Moment: Hole-in-one sophomore year Favorite Golf Course: Alta Mesa Country Club Favorite Midnight Snack: Ice cream with M&M on top Favorite Professional Golfer: Tiger Woods Favorite Sport, Other Than Golf: Football
Favorite Iowa City Restaurant: Atlas Favorite Hole at Finkbine Golf Course: #16 Favorite Building on Campus: Phillips Hall Best Thing About Being a Hawkeye: Wearing black and gold
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NICOLE RAE BIO
NICOLE RAE SOPHOMORE ST. CHARLES, IL EAST HIGH SCHOOL 2011-12... Competed in two events as an individual, making her collegiate debut at the Westbrook Spring Invitational... set season-bests for finish (65) 18-hole score (81), 36-hole score (166) and 54-hole score (254) at the Westbrook Spring Invitational... also competed in the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational, carding a 263... letterwinner. High School... Three-time all-conference honoree... team Most Valuable Player, Conference Player of the Year and first team all-area selection by the Kane County Chronicle in 2010... claimed medalist honors in 13-of-18 rounds... her four-year scoring average was the second best in school history... state qualifier in 2010... guided St. Charles East High School to a fifth place state tournament finish in 2008 and an eighth place showing in 2009... guided team to three regional championships, two conference championships and a 2009 sectional title... holds the nine-hole record at Naperbrook Golf Course with a twounder par 34... four-time academic all-conference selection... high school coach was Rod Osborne. Personal... Born Feb. 27, 1993... daughter of Ron and Mary Rae... has one sister, Jen... marketing major. RAE EXTRAS Favorite Golf Moment: Shooting under par for the first time Favorite Golf Course: St. Charles Country Club Favorite Midnight Snack: Clementines Favorite Professional Golfer: Tiger Woods Favorite Sport, Other Than Golf: Volleyball Favorite Iowa City Restaurant: Monica’s Favorite Spot on Campus: Pappajohn Business Library Favorite Hole at Finkbine Golf Course: #12 Favorite Building on Campus: Pappajohn Business Building Best Thing About Being a Hawkeye: No matter where you go, if you’re wearing Iowa gear someone will say “Go Hawks!”
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AMY IHM BIO
AMY IHM FRESHMAN PEOSTA, IA DUBUQUE WAHLERT High School... Two time first team all-state selection... led Wahlert to a third place finish at the Iowa State Tournament in 2011 as a junior and a fourth place showing in 2010 as a sophomore... named Mississippi Valley Conference Athlete of the Year... finished eighth at the Iowa State Tournament as a sophomore and junior earning first team alltournament honors on both occasions... finished third at the Regional Tournament and was the district runner-up as a sophomore and junior... second-team all-state selection and a first team all-conference selection as a freshman. Personal... Born March 17, 1994... daughter of Jim and Laurie... has one sister, Steven, who is a junior on the menâ€™s golf team at Iowa... health and human physiology major. IHM EXTRAS Favorite Golf Moment: Getting stuck in Cincinnati Favorite Golf Course: Whistling Straits Favorite Midnight Snack: Pretzels Favorite Professional Golfer: Tiger Woods Favorite Sport, Other Than Golf: Volleyabll Favorite Iowa City Restaurant: Mondos Favorite Spor on Campus: Pentecrest Favorite Building on Campus: Macbride Hall Best Thing About Being a Hawkeye: Being around amazing people who work hard everyday
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BRIANA MIDKIFF BIO
BRIANA MIDKIFF FRESHMAN CARMEL, IN CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL High School... No. 2 player in Indiana for the class of 2012... led Carmel High School to two runner-up finishes at the Indiana state tournament... qualified individually for the state tournament all four years of her high school career, placing third as a senior... won six of the eight high school tournaments she entered in 2011 en route to posting the third best scoring average in school history... four-time all-conference selection, winning the conference championship on two occasions... won Hamilton County Player of the Year honors as a senior and was a four-time all-county selection... named IHSAA all-state team twice... two-time team MVP... top scholar on the womenâ€™s golf team for three years... all-state academic honorable mention selection. Personal... Born Feb. 4, 1994... daughter of Barry and Antje... has one sister, Lauren... pharmacy major. MIDKIFF EXTRAS Favorite Golf Moment: Playing in the U.S. girls Junior Championship Favorite Golf Course: Hallbrook Country Club Favorite Midnight Snack: Popcorn Favorite Professional Golfer: Rory McIlroy Favorite Sport, Other Than Golf: Soccer Favorite Iowa City Restaurant: Wig and Pen Favorite Spot on Campus: CRWC Favorite Hole at Finkbine Golf Course: #10 Favorite Building on Campus: Chemistry Building Best Thing About Being a Hawkeye: Representing the University of Iowa on the golf course.
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J A M E S M . H O A K FA M I LY G O L F C O M P L E X
The James M. Hoak Family Golf Complex overlooks the sixth hole at Iowa’s Finkbine Golf Course, is scheduled for completion in late November of 2012. The facility includes: ● A 3,100 square foot artificial putting and chipping room, complete with a state-of-the art surface that can be modified like a natural grass green, effectively creating an outdoor practice environment ● Two heated indoor-to-outdoor practice bays that enable full ball flight to the driving range. The space will allow up to five student-athletes at one time to work on swing mechanics using the V1 Video Analysis and Trackman technology year around ● Locker rooms with custom lockers for each student-athlete, offices for the coaching staff and a team lounge featuring meeting space and a trophy case to feature the history of Iowa golf
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IOWA WOMENS GOLF BLUE TOP RIDGE Designed by world-renowned architect Rees Jones, Blue Top Ridge is a world class golf course, offering breathtaking vistas overlooking two rivers, lakes and diverse terrain. It was voted the No. 51 “Top New Course” in 2010 by Golf Digest.
ADDITIONAL GOLF COURSES
BROWN DEER Brown Deer Golf Club is conveniently located two miles north of the University of Iowa campus. Brown Deer features water on eight holes that wind through the hills and valleys of Coralville.
AMANA COLONIES The Amana Colonies Golf Course is a championship golf course across 300 acres of stately white oak trees and forests. The course features streams, ponds and striking scenery.
ELMCREST Elmcrest Country Club is a traditional midwestern layout known for its immaculate condition. Zach Johnson, Iowa native and winner of the 2007 Masters, calls Elmcrest his home course.
CRCC The Cedar Rapids Country Club was opened in 1904 and is the only Donald Ross design in Iowa. In 1999, the course underwent a $5 million renovation and features some of the region’s best golf.
Stone Creek Golf Course has been named Iowa’s top ninehole course multiple times. Stone Creek boasts some of the best greens in the Midwest and offers a challenging golf experience.
Spirit Hollow continues to be ranked by Golf Digest as one of the top courses in Iowa each year. Spirit Hollow has hosted U.S. Amateur and U.S. Open Qualifiers. The facility and staff are great friends of the Hawkeyes.
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2011 FALL RESULTS DATE TOURNAMENT/HOST INSTITUTION SITE/COURSE FINISH Sept. 11-12 Chip-N Club Invitational Lincoln, Neb. 3rd of 15
University of Nebraska
Country Club of Lincoln
Dick McGuire Invitational
University of New Mexico
UNM Championship Course
Oct. 10-11 Lady Northern Invitational French Lick, Ind. 10th of 12
French Lick Resort (Donald Ross Course)
Oct. 31- Nov. 2
Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational
University of Texas
The University of Texas Golf Club
13th of 15
CHIP-N CLUB INVITATIONAL SEPTEMBER 11-12, 2011 LINCOLN, NEB.
DICK MCGUIRE INVITATIONAL SEPTEMBER 25-26, 2011 ALBURQUERQUE, N.M.
Player Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place Gigi DiGrazia 76 78 76 230 T11 Chelsea Harris 76 80 75 231 T13 Lauren English 77 77 78 232 T15 Kristi Cardwell 78 76 80 234 T21 Shelby Phillips 78 78 85 241 T33 Karly Grouwinkel* 87 86 84 257 T69 Team 307 309 309 925 3rd
Player Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place Lauren English 75 77 74 226 T26 Shelby Phillips 78 78 74 230 T48 Kristi Cardwell 77 73 83 233 T61 Chelsea Harris 76 83 75 234 T66 Gigi DiGrazia 78 83 75 236 T72 Team 306 311 298 915 12th
LADY NORTHERN INVITATIONAL OCTOBER 10-11, 2011 GLENCOE, ILL.
BETSY RAWLS LONGHORN INVITATIONAL OCT. 31-NOV. 2, 2011 AUSTIN, TEXAS
Player Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place Kristi Cardwell 78 70 81 229 T23 Chelsea Harris 73 82 77 232 T33 Gigi DiGrazia 80 81 76 237 T44 Lauren English 76 79 83 238 T47 Shelby Phillips 84 79 76 239 T50 Karly Grouwinkel* 97 87 88 272 69 Team 307 309 310 926 10th
Player Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place Chelsea Harris 76 77 75 228 T31 Shelby Phillips 72 75 82 229 T34 Kristi Cardwell 74 82 79 235 T58 Lauren English 75 79 89 243 T75 Gigi DiGrazia 83 82 80 245 78 Team 297 313 316 926 13th
Chelsea Harris 4 12 925 77.1 73 (Lady Northern Invitational) Kristi Cardwell 4 12 931 77.6 70 (Lady Northern Invitational) Lauren English 4 12 938 78.3 74 (Dick McGuire Invitational) Shelby Phillips 4 12 939 78.3 72 (Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational) Gigi DiGrazia 4 12 948 79.0 75 (Dick McGuire Invitational) Karly Grouwinkel 2 6 529 88.2 84 (Chip-N Club Invitational) PA G E 1 7
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S P R I N G 2 0 1 2 R E S U LT S 2012 SPRING RESULTS DATE TOURNAMENT SITE/COURSE FINISH Feb. 19-20 Claud Jacobs Challenge Victoria, Texas/Victoria Country Club T2nd of 17 Feb. 26-27 Westbrook Spring Invitational Peoria, Ariz./Wesbrook Village Golf Club T5th of 12 Mar. 13-14 Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Kane’ohe, O’ahu, Hawaii/Kane’ohe Golf Course 9th of 14 March 25-26 Saluki Invitational Carbondale, Ill./Hickory Ridge Golf Course 2nd of 17 Apr. 9-11 Wyoming Cowgirl Classic Chandler, Ariz./Ocotillo Golf Resort 1st of 24 April 21-22 Lady Buckeye Invitational Columbus, Ohio/OSU Golf Club (Scarlet Course) 8th of 11 April 27-29 Big Ten Championships French Lick, Ind./Donald Ross Course 10th of 12
BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS APRIL 27-29, 2012 FRENCH LICK, IND. Player Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place Chelsea Harris 78 70 72 220 T7 Kristi Cardwell 82 76 76 234 T32 Gigi DiGrazia 81 78 81 240 T55 Shelby Phillips 81 77 84 242 T59 Lauren English 79 84 81 244 62 Karly Grouwinkel 104 87 80 271 72 Team 319 301 309 929 10th * - Competed as an individual
TOURNAMENTS ROUNDS STROKES AVERAGE LOW ROUND Chelsea Harris 7 20 1,516 75.8 70 (twice) Kristi Cardwell 7 20 1,537 76.9 68 (Wyoming Cowgirl Classic) Shelby Phillips 7 20 1,561 78.1 72 (Wyoming Cowgirl Classic) Lauren English 7 20 1,572 78.6 71 (Westbrook Spring Invitational) Gigi DiGrazia 6 17 1,345 79.1 72 (Westbrook Spring Invitational) Nicole Rae 2 6 517 86.2 81 (Westbrook Spring Invitational) Karly Grouwinkel 3 9 768 85.3 74 (Wyoming Cowgirl Classic)
CLAUD JACOBS CHALLENGE FEBRUARY 19-20, 2012 VICTORIA, TEXAS Player Rd. 1 Rd. 2
Rd. 3 Total Place Kristi Cardwell 74 76 77 227 7 Gigi DiGrazia 74 79 78 231 T12 Chelsea Harris 82 76 83 241 T31 Lauren English 79 81 81 241 T31 Shelby Phillips 82 83 77 242 T33 Team 309 312 313 934 T2
WESTBROOK SPRING INVITATIONAL FEBRUARY 26-27, 2012 PEORIA, ARIZ.
DR. DONNIS THOMPSON INVITATIONAL MARCH 13-14, 2012 KANE’OHE, O’AHU, HAWAII
Player Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place Chelsea Harris 74 73 70 217 T12 Lauren English 74 71 76 221 T21 Gigi DiGrazia 72 74 75 221 T21 Shelby Phillips 73 76 75 224 T36 Kristi Cardwell 71 79 75 225 T40 Nicole Rae* 85 81 88 254 65
Player Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place Chelsea Harris 77 76 74 227 T9 Shelby Phillips 76 75 84 235 T31 Gigi DiGrazia 75 83 82 240 T52 Lauren English 80 78 84 242 59 Kristi Cardwell 83 83 78 244 T62 Nicole Rae* 88 87 88 263 81 Team 308 312 318 938 9
SALUKI INVITATIONAL MARCH 25-26, 2012 CARBONDALE, ILL. Player Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Total Place Chelsea Harris 72 76 148 T2 Kristi Cardwell 81 75 156 T10 Lauren English 80 77 157 T16 Shelby Phillips 77 82 159 T24 Gigi DiGrazia 80 81 161 T31 Team 309 309 618 2
290 294 295 879 T5
WYOMING COWGIRL CLASSIC APRIL 9-11, 2012 CHANDLER, ARIZ.
LADY BUCKEYE INVITATIONAL APRIL 21-22, 2012 COLUMBUS, OHIO
Player Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place Kristi Cardwell 68 70 75 213 2 Shelby Phillips 73 77 72 222 T9 Lauren English 74 77 72 223 T12 Chelsea Harris 76 77 75 228 T32 Karly Grouwinkel 74 81 86 241 T90 Team 289 301 294 884 1
Player Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place Chelsea Harris 85 78 72 235 T25 Shelby Phillips 81 75 81 237 T29 Kristi Cardwell 82 80 76 238 T33 Lauren English 79 80 85 244 47 Gigi DiGrazia 83 84 85 252 T61 Karly Grouwinkel 90 83 83 256 65 Team 325 313 312 950 8
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JUDY BORNHOLDT NGCA Academic All-American NAME Jodee Albaugh Stacey Arnold Mary Baecke Becky Bagford Karen Bailey Kathy Beck Liz Bennett Stacey Bergman Judy Bornholdt Stacy Boville Melanie Boyles Kelley Brooke Amy Bubon Amy Butzer-Heuter Elena Callas Kristi Cardwell Kelli Carney Lynne Carothers Alison Cavanaugh Sasha Chacon Woojay Choi Laura Cilek Lauren Cole Phoebe Colliflower Brianna Coopman Gigi DiGrazia Julie Edgar Therese Ehrhart Lauren English Shannon Fleming
AMY BUTZER-HUETHER NGCA Academic All-American YEARS HOMETOWN 1990-91 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1987-91 Glen Ellyn, Ill. 1982-86 East Moline, Ill. 1977-79 Iowa City, Iowa 1980-81 Crystal Lake, Iowa 1983-86 Ottawa, Ill. 2001-05 Sway Hampshire, England 1996-98 Fort Dodge, Iowa 1992-93 Princeton , Minn. 1990-94 Ontario, Canada 2004-08 Tempe, Ariz. 1986-90 Bettendorf, Iowa 1981-85 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1987-89 Sioux Falls, S.D. 1977-81 Moline, Ill. 2010-pres. Kokomo, Ind. 1996-00 Centerville, Iowa 1993-97 Owatonna, Minn. 2006-10 Littleton, Colo. 1999-00 West Brach, Iowa 2011 Winnipeg, Canada 2007-11 Iowa City, Iowa 2002-05 Eldridge, Iowa 1982-84 Macomb, Ill. 2007-11 Georgetown, Texas 2010-pres. Addison, Ill. 1982-86 Leawood, Kan. 1981-83 Peoria, Ill. 2011-pres. Bloomington, Ill. 2001-05 Murrieta, Calif.
MARY KRAMER NGCA Academic All-American NAME Lauren Forbes Becky Fuglestad Maggie Gabelman Maggie Gelber Megan George Jeanine Gibson Karly Grouwinkel Leslie Gumm Melissa Harjes Chelsea Harris Kristi Heatherly Kathy Hockin Laura Holmes Janet Hunsicker Mary Kramer Brittany Lambert Robin Lohse Marni Lundbohm Jill Marcum Lisa Masters Aimee Maurer Jennifer McCullough Mary McDermott Holly McFerren Tyrette Metzendorf Barb Miller Marne Miller Mianne Mitchell Katherine Mowat Megan Mowery
YEARS HOMETOWN 2007-11 Tulsa, Okla. 1988-92 Naperville, Ill. 2000-02 Lincoln, Neb. 2004-07 Winnetka, Ill. 2001-03 Plymouth, Minn. 1985-89 Cass Lake, Minn. 2011-pres. Mt. Prospect, Ill. 1999-00 Galesburg, Ill. 1999-00 Bettendorf, Iowa 2008-12 Normal, Ill. 1986-90 Lennox, S.D. 1978-81 Daytona Beach, Fla. 2000-04 East Yorkshire, England 1978-79 W. Des Moines, Iowa 1981-84 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2004-05 Keokuk, Iowa 1978-81 Muscatine, Iowa 2000-03 Baxter, Minn. 2004-08 Clarinda, Iowa 1981-85 Rapid City, S.D. 1993-97 Amarillo, Texas 1991-95 Nevada, Mo. 1984-86 Monticello, Iowa 1977-78 Davenport, Iowa 2005-09 Winter Haven, Fla. 1977-79 Lake Hills, Iowa 1987-89 Humboldt, Iowa 1977-79 Grinnell, Iowa 1997-99 Burlington, Ontario 1981-85 Leawood, Kan,
LYNETTE SEATON NGCA Academic All-American NAME Tina Mulert M.C. Mullen Karla Murra Jennifer Nodland Shelby Phillips Anne Pinckney Becky Quinby Nicole Rae Jennifer Reints Amy Riepma Mary Jo Rollins Cookie Rosine Candy Schneekloth Karen Schroeder Lynette Seaton Mollie Shearen Tanya Shepley Becky Sjoholm Meghan Spero Amanda Stahl Sonya Stalberger Erin Strieck Heather Suhr Lisa Tauke Lynn Tauke Shirley Trier Ann Vrdolyak Sarah Ward
LYNN TAUKE NGCA Academic All-American YEARS HOMETOWN 1977-79 Dubuque, Iowa 1996-00 Peosta, Iowa 2003-07 Sioux Falls, S.D. 1992-96 Alexandria, Minn. 2011-pres. Gilbert, Ariz. 1978-81 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2005-09 Plymouth, Minn. 2011-pres. St. Charles, Ill. 2000-01, 02-04 St. Charles, Ill. 2003-07 Clear Lake, Iowa 1990-91 Colbert, Wash. 1980-84 Galesburg, Ill. 1993-97 Long Prairie, Minn. 1993-97 Glenwood, Minn. 1991-95 Anamosa, Iowa 1999-00 St. Paul, Minn. 1992-96 Novi, Mich. 1994-97 Schaumburg, Ill. 1997-01 Rock Island, Ill. 2007-08 Marion, Iowa 1980-82 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1990-92 Bettendorf, Iowa 1999-02 Racine, Wis. 1985-86 Dyersville, Iowa 1982-86 Dyersville, Iowa 1987-91 Akron, Ohio 2008-09 Flossmoor, Ill. 1986-90 Des Moines, Iowa
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Stacey Arnold Iowa Co-Most Valuable Player _______________________ 1990 Iowa Most Valuable Player __________________________ 1991 Iowa Athletic All-Decade Team ____________________ 1981-91 Big Ten Conference Freshman of the Year ______________ 1988 All-Big Ten Conference Team ______________ 1989, 1990, 1991 Big Ten Conference Player of the Year _________________ 1991 Big Ten Conference All-Decade Team ______________ 1981-91 NCAA Individual Championship Qualifier _______________ 1990 NGCA Honorable Mention All-American ________________ 1990 World University Golf Championship (Third) ____________ 1990 Golfweek Pre-Season First Team All-American __________ 1991
Lynne Carothers Iowa Most Valuable Player__________________________ 1997
Liz Bennett Academic All-Big Ten Conference________________ 2003, 2004 Iowa Most Valubale Team Member_______________ 2004, 2005
Lauren Cole Academic All-Big Ten Conference___________ 2003, 2004, 2005
Stacey Bergman Big Ten Championships Individual Champion____________ 1998 All-Big Ten Conference Team________________________ 1998 Judy Bornholdt Iowa Most Valuable Player __________________________ 1993 Academic All-Big Ten Conference _______________ 1992, 1993 NGCA Academic All-American _______________________ 1991 Kelley Brooke Iowa Co-Most Valuable Player _______________________ 1987 All-Big Ten Conference Team ________________________ 1990 Amy Bubon Iowa Most Valuable Player __________________________ 1985 Amy Butzer Iowa Co-Most Valuable Player _______________________ 1987 Academic All-Big Ten Conference __________ 1987, 1988, 1989 NGCA All-American __________________________ 1987, 1988 Elena Callas Iowa Most Valuable Player __________________________ 1979 AIAW National Championship (Individual)_________ 1979, 1980, 1981 Kristi Cardwell Big Ten Player of the Week (April 12, 2012)_____________ 2012 Kelli Carney Academic All-Big Ten Conference ____________________ 2000 Iowa Most Valuable Player_____________________ 1998, 2000
Alison Cavanaugh Tigerhawk Award__________________________________ 2007 Academic All-Big Ten Conference________________ 2008,2010 Laura Cilek Tigerhawk Award__________________________________ 2008 Academic All-Big Ten Conference__________________ 2009-11 Big Ten Sportsmanship Award_____________________ 2008-11 Big Ten Player of the Week (Mar. 17, 2009)_____________ 2009
Gigi DiGrazia Academic All-Big Ten Conference__________________ 2011-12 Therese Ehrhart Iowa Most Valuable Player __________________________ 1983 Shannon Fleming NGCA All-Scholar Team_______________________ 2002, 2003 Academic All-Big Ten Conference___________ 2003, 2004, 2005 Maggie Gabelman Academic All-Big Ten Conference_____________________ 2002 Maggie Gelber Iowa Most Improved Team Member___________________ 2006 Academic All-Big Ten Conference________________ 2006, 2007 Jeanine Gibson Academic All-Big Ten Conference___________ 1988, 1989, 1990 Melissa Harjes Academic All-Big Ten Conference_____________________ 2000 Chelsea Harris Big Ten Sportsmanship Award________________________ 2012 Laura Holmes Iowa Most Valuable Player_____________________ 2001, 2003 Academic All-Big Ten Conference_____________________ 2004 Janet Hunsicker Iowa Most Vaulable Player __________________________ 1980
Mary Kramer Iowa Academic All-Decade Team __________________ 1981-91 NGCA Academic All-American _______________________ 1986
Amy Riepma Most Improved Player______________________________ 2004 Academic All-Big Ten Conference_____________________ 2006
Marni Lundbohm Academic All-Big Ten Conference________________ 2002, 2003 NGCA All-Scholar Team____________________________ 2003
Mary Jo Rollins Big Ten Conference Freshman of the Year ______________ 1991 Academic All-Big Ten Conference ____________________ 1992 Iowa Most Valuable Player __________________________ 1992
Jennifer McCullough Iowa Most Valuable Player__________________________ 1995 Jill Marcum Iowa Most Valuable Team Member____________________ 2006 Acaedmic All-Big Ten Conference________________ 2007, 2008 Tyrette Metzendorf Iowa Most Valuable Team Member____________________ 2007 Big Ten Player of the Week (Feb. 13, 2008)_____________ 2008 Big Ten Player of the Week (Mar. 20, 2009)_____________ 2009 Academic All-Big Ten Conference_____________________ 2009 Senior Leadership Award___________________________ 2009 Katherine Mowat Academic All-Big Ten Conference_____________________ 1999 Tina Mulert AIAW National Championship (Individual)__________ 1976, 1977 M.C. Mullen World University Golf Championship___________________ 1998 Iowa Most Valuable Player__________________________ 1999 Karla Murra Iowa Most Improved Team Member______________ 2005, 2006 Academic All-Big Ten Conference________________ 2006, 2007 Jennifer Nodland Iowa Most Valuable Player __________________________ 1994 World University Golf Championship __________________ 1994 Anne Pinckney Iowa Most Valuable Player __________________________ 1984 Becky Quinby Big Ten Player of the Week (Mar. 20, 2009)_____________ 2009 Academic All-Big Ten Conference_____________________ 2009 Senior Leadership Award___________________________ 2009
Leah Rosine Iowa Most Valuable Player __________________________ 1984 Candy Schneekloth Academic All-Big Ten Conference ____________________ 1995 Lynette Seaton Academic All-Big Ten Conference __________ 1993, 1994, 1995 NGCA Academic All-American________________________ 1995 Scholar Athlete of the Year __________________________ 1994 All-Academic Team ________________________________ 1994 Sonya Stalberger Iowa Most Valuable Player __________________________ 1982 Lynn Tauke CoSIDA Academic All-America __________________ 1984, 1985 Iowa Most Valuable Player __________________________ 1986 All-Big Ten Conference Team ________________________ 1986 NGCA Academic All-American _______________________ 1986 Iowa Academic All-Decade Team __________________ 1981-91 Shirley Trier All-Big Ten Conference Team ________________________ 1990 Academic All-Big Ten Conference _______________ 1989, 1991 Coach Diane Thomason LPGA Merit of Excellence Award______________________ 1983 LPGA Coach of the Year____________________________ 1985 Team USA Head Coach at World University Games____ 1986-12 Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year____________ 1990, 1991 National GCA Coach of the Year______________________ 1990 LPGA Coach of the Year Midwestern Section______________ 1991 NGCA Gladys Palmer Award_________________________ 1992 National Golf Coaches Association Hall of Fame_________ 1995
Jennifer Reints Academic All-Big Ten Conference________________ 2003, 2004 Iowa Most Improved Player__________________________ 2003
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IOWA WOMENS GOLF Top 15 Individual Performances for 18 holes 1. Brianna Coopman ___ 2. Kristi Cardwell______ Tyrette Metzendorf __ 4. Kristi Cardwell______ Chelsea Harris______ Karla Murra________ Karla Murra________ Lynn Tauke________ Liz Bennett_________ Amy Riepma_______ 11. Chelsea Harris______ Kristi Cardwell______ Chelsea Harris______ Kristi Cardwell______ Laura Cilek________ Chelsea Harris______ Jill Marcum________ Tyrette Metzendorf __ Tyrette Metzendorf __ Stacey Bergman____ Leslie Gumm_______ Laura Holmes______ Megan George______ Liz Bennett_________ Virginie Bonfils______ Liz Bennett_________
67___________ Challenge at Onion Creek________________ Fall, 2009 68___________ Wyoming Cowgirl Classic______________Spring, 2012 68___________ Lady Northern Invitational________________ Fall, 2007 69___________ Challenge at Onion Creek________________ Fall, 2010 69___________ Challenge at Onion Creek________________ Fall, 2009 69___________ Legends of Golf Shootout________________ Fall, 2006 69___________ Pelican Preserve Invitational______________ Fall, 2006 69___________ Iowa Invitational_____________________Spring, 1986 69___________ Lady Northern Invitational________________ Fall, 2001 69___________ East/West Rio Verde Invitational_________Spring, 2005 70___________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 2012 70___________ Wyoming Cowgirl Classic______________Spring, 2012 70___________ Westbrook Spring Invitational___________Spring, 2012 70___________ Lady Northern Invitational________________ Fall, 2011 70___________ Badger Invitational_____________________ Fall, 2010 70___________ Badger Invitational_____________________ Fall, 2010 70___________ UNLV Invitational____________________Spring, 2007 70___________ Hawkeye Invitational____________________ Fall, 2005 70___________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 2008 70___________ River Wilderness_____________________Spring, 1997 70___________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 2000 70 __________ UALR Invitational______________________ Fall, 2000 70 __________ UMKC Invitational______________________ Fall, 2001 70 __________ Lady Northern Invitational________________ Fall, 2002 70 __________ Shoot-out at the Legends________________ Fall, 2003 70___________ Hawkeye Invitational____________________ Fall, 2004
Top 15 Individual Performances for 36 holes 1. Kristi Cardwell______ 2. Chelsea Harris______ 3. Chelsea Harris______ 4. Chelsea Harris______ Kristi Cardwell______ Chelsea Harris______ Tyrette Metzendorf __ Laura Holmes______ 9. Jill Marcum________ Karla Murra________ Tyrette Metzendorf __ 12. Kristi Cardwell______ Lauren English______ Kristi Cardwell______ Kristi Cardwell______ Jill Marcum________ Lynn Tauke________ Stacey Arnold______ Megan George______ Megan George______ Virginie Bonfils______
138__________ Wyoming Cowgirl Classic______________Spring, 2012 140__________ Challenge at Onion Creek________________ Fall, 2009 142__________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 2012 143__________ Westbrook Spring Invitational___________Spring, 2012 143__________ Challenge at Onion Creek________________ Fall, 2010 143__________ Badger Invitational_____________________ Fall, 2010 143__________ Legends of Golf Shoot-out_______________ Fall, 2005 143 _________ UALR Invitational______________________ Fall, 2000 144__________ Pelican Preserve Invitational______________ Fall, 2006 144__________ Pelican Preserve Invitational______________ Fall, 2006 144__________ Hawkeye Invitational____________________ Fall, 2005 145__________ Wyoming Cowgirl Classic______________Spring, 2012 145__________ Westbrook Spring Invitational___________Spring, 2012 145__________ Jackrabbit Invitational_________________ Spring, 2011 145__________ Badger Invitational_____________________ Fall, 2010 145__________ UNLV Invitational____________________Spring, 2007 145 _________ Iowa Invitational_____________________Spring, 1986 145 _________ Lady Buckeye Invitational______________Spring, 1990 145 _________ UMKC Invitational______________________ Fall, 2001 145 _________ Lady Northern Invitational_______________ Fall, 2002 145 _________ Shoot-out at the Legends________________ Fall, 2003
RECORDS Top 15 Individual Performances for 54 holes 1. Kristi Cardwell______ Chelsea Harris______ 3. Chelsea Harris______ Karla Murra________ 5. Kristi Cardwell______ 6. Jill Marcum________ Kelley Brooke______ Tyrette Metzendorf __ 9. Chelsea Harris______ Jill Marcum________ Tyrette Metzendorf __ Stacey Arnold______ Liz Bennett_________ 14. Lauren English______ Gigi DiGrazia_______ Laura Cilek________ Chelsea Harris______ Brianna Coopman___ Tyrette Metzendorf___ Laura Holmes______ Stacey Arnold______ Stacey Arnold______
213__________ Wyoming Cowgirl Classic______________Spring, 2012 213__________ Challenge at Onion Creek________________ Fall, 2009 217__________ Westbrook Spring Invitational___________Spring, 2012 217__________ Pelican Preserve Invitational______________ Fall, 2006 218__________ Challenge at Onion Creek________________ Fall, 2010 219__________ Pelican Preserve Invitational______________ Fall, 2006 219 _________ Lady Buckeye Invitational______________Spring, 1990 219__________ Lady Northern Invitational________________ Fall, 2007 220__________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 2012 220__________ UNLV Invitational____________________Spring, 2007 220__________ Hawkeye Invitational____________________ Fall, 2005 220 _________ Lady Buckeye Invitational______________Spring, 1990 220__________ East/West Rio Verde Invitational_________Spring, 2005 221__________ Westbrook Spring Invitational___________Spring, 2012 221__________ Westbrook Spring Invitational___________Spring, 2012 221__________ Badger Invitational_____________________ Fall, 2010 221__________ Badger Invitational_____________________ Fall, 2010 221__________ Challenge at Onion Creek________________ Fall, 2009 221__________ Legends of Golf Shoot-out_______________ Fall, 2005 221 _________ UALR Invitational______________________ Fall, 2000 221 _________ Iowa Invitational_____________________Spring, 1989 221 _________ Lady Northern Invitational________________ Fall, 1990 295__________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 2008 299 _________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 1998 300 _________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 2003 302 _________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 1991 303__________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 2006 304 _________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 1998 306__________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 2006 307__________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 2008 307__________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 2006 307 _________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 1999 308 _________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 1991 309 _________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 1991 309 _________ NCAA Championships________________Spring, 1991 309 _________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 2000 310 _________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 1998 310 _________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 1990 310 _________ Big Ten Championships_______________Spring, 1987
Top 20 Team Season Scoring Averages
1. 76.3____________________________Fall, 2010 2. 76.6____________________________Fall, 2006 3. 76.7____________________________Spring, 2012 4. 76.9____________________________Fall, 2011 5. 77.1____________________________Fall, 2005 6. 77.5 ___________________________Fall, 2001 7. 78.0 ___________________________Fall, 2000 8. 78.1 ___________________________Fall, 1999 9. 78.2____________________________Fall, 2009 78.2____________________________Spring, 2005 11. 78.3____________________________Spring, 2007 12. 78.6 ___________________________Spring, 1990 78.6 ___________________________Fall, 1997 78.6____________________________Spring 2010 15. 78.9____________________________Spring, 2011 78.9 ___________________________Fall, 2002 17. 79.0 ___________________________Fall, 1989 18. 79.2 ___________________________Spring, 2004 19. 79.3____________________________Fall, 2004 79.3 ___________________________Spring, 1989 79.3 ___________________________Spring, 2000
Top 20 Ind. Season Scoring Averages 1. Tyrette Metzendorf __ 74.9_______ 2. Heather Suhr ______ 75.2_______ 3. Kristi Cardwell______ 75.7_______ Chelsea Harris_____ 75.7_______ 5. Chelsea Harris_____ 75.8_______ Tyrette Metzendorf __ 75.8_______ 7. Stacey Arnold ______ 75.9_______ 8. Jill Marcum________ 76.1_______ Tyrette Metzendorf __ 76.1_______ 10. Liz Bennett________ 76.3_______ 11. Liz Bennett ________ 76.8_______ Meghan Spero _____ 76.8_______ 13. Kristi Cardwell______ 76.9_______ Heather Suhr ______ 76.9_______ 15. Karla Murra________ 77.0_______ Liz Bennett ________ 77.0_______ 17. Chelsea Harris_____ 77.1_______ Laura Cilek________ 77.1_______ Tyrette Metzendorf __ 77.1_______ Stacey Arnold ______ 77.1_______ Stacey Arnold ______ 77.1_______ Stacey Bergman ___ 77.1_______
1. 285____________________________ Challenge at Onion Creek_________________ Fall, 2009 2. 289____________________________ Wyoming Cowgirl Classic_______________ Spring 2012 3. 290____________________________ Westbrook Spring Invitational____________ Spring, 2012 290____________________________ Pelican Preserve Invitational_______________ Fall, 2006 5. 291____________________________ UNLV Invitational_____________________ Spring, 2007 291____________________________ Big Ten Championships________________ Spring, 2008 7. 294____________________________ Westbrook Spring Invitational____________ Spring, 2012 8. 295____________________________ Westbrook Spring Invitational____________ Spring, 2012 295____________________________ Mary Fossum Invitational_________________ Fall, 2007 295____________________________ Challenge at Onion Creek_________________ Fall, 2010 11. 296____________________________ Legends of Golf Shootout_________________ Fall, 2006 296____________________________ Lady Buckeye Invitational_______________ Spring, 1990 13. 297____________________________ Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational__________ Fall, 2011 297____________________________ Badger Invitational______________________ Fall, 2010 297____________________________ Lady Buckeye Invitational_______________ Spring, 1990 297____________________________ Iowa Invitational______________________ Spring, 1989 297____________________________ Shoot-out at the Legends_________________ Fall, 2003 297____________________________ East/West Rio Verde Invitational__________ Spring, 2005 19. 298____________________________ Dick McGuire Invitational_________________ Fall, 2011 298____________________________ Badger Invitational______________________ Fall, 2010 298____________________________ San Diego Fall Classic___________________ Fall, 1997 298____________________________ Legends of Golf Invitational_______________ Fall, 1999 298____________________________ Lady Buckeye Invitational_______________ Spring, 2005
Top 15 Team Performances for 36 holes
Top 15 Individual Performances for 72 holes 1. Tyrette Metzendorf___ 2. Stacey Bergman____ 3. Liz Bennett_________ 4. Stacey Arnold______ 5. Amy Riepma_______ 6. M.C. Mullen________ 7. Karla Murra________ 8. Melanie Boyles_____ Tyrette Metzendorf___ M.C. Mullen________ 11. Shirley Trier________ 12. Mary Jo Rollins_____ Stacey Arnold______ M.C. Mullen________ 15. Kelli Carney________ Kelley Brooke______ Amy Butzer________
Top 15 Team Performances for 18 holes
Fall, 2007 Fall, 2001 Fall, 2010 Fall, 2010 Spring, 2012 Fall, 2005 Fall, 1990 Fall, 2006 Spring, 2008 Spring, 2005 Spring, 2003 Fall, 1999 Spring, 2012 Fall, 2000 Fall, 2006 Spring, 2004 Fall, 2011 Fall, 2010 Fall, 2006 Spring, 1990 Spring, 1989 Spring, 1998
1. 584____________________________ Challenge at Onion Creek_________________ Fall, 2009 584____________________________ Westbrook Spring Invitational____________ Spring, 2012 3. 589____________________________ Pelican Preserve Invitational_______________ Fall, 2006 4. 590____________________________ Wyoming Cowgirl Classic_______________ Spring, 2012 5. 593____________________________ UNLV Invitational_____________________ Spring, 2007 6. 595____________________________ Westbrook Spring Invitational____________ Spring, 2012 595____________________________ Badger Invitational______________________ Fall, 2010 595____________________________ Challenge at Onion Creek_________________ Fall, 2010 8. 598____________________________ Legends of Golf Shootout_________________ Fall, 2006 598____________________________ Lady Buckeye Invitational_______________ Spring, 2005 10 599 ___________________________ Lady Buckeye Invitational_______________ Spring, 1990 11. 601____________________________ Pelican Preserve Invitational_______________ Fall, 2007 601____________________________ East/West Rio Verde Invitational__________ Spring, 2005 13. 602____________________________ UNLV Invitational_____________________ Spring, 2007 602____________________________ Lady Northern Invitational_________________ Fall, 2005 602____________________________ Lady Razorback Invitational_______________ Fall, 2005 602 ___________________________ Lady Northern Invitational_________________ Fall, 2002 602 ___________________________ Hawkeye Invitational___________________ Spring, 2002
Top 15 Team Performances for 54 holes
1. 879____________________________ Westbrook Spring Invitational____________ Spring, 2012 2. 884____________________________ Wyoming Cowgirl Classic_______________ Spring, 2012 3. 888____________________________ Challenge at Onion Creek_________________ Fall, 2009 4. 891____________________________ Pelican Preserve Invitational_______________ Fall, 2006 5. 893____________________________ UNLV Invitational_____________________ Spring, 2007 6. 894____________________________ Badger Invitational______________________ Fall, 2010 7. 896 ___________________________ Lady Buckeye Invitational_______________ Spring, 1990 8. 903____________________________ Big Ten Championships________________ Spring, 2006 903____________________________ Lady Buckeye Invitational_______________ Spring, 2005 10. 909____________________________ Legends of Golf Shootout_______________ Spring, 2007 11. 910____________________________ Jackrabbit Invitational__________________ Spring, 2011 12. 912 ___________________________ Big Ten Championships________________ Spring, 1991 13. 913 ___________________________ Lady Northern Invitational_________________ Fall, 2002 14. 914 ___________________________ Legends of Golf Shoot-out________________ Fall, 2001 914____________________________ Challenge at Onion Creek_________________ Fall, 2010 16. 915____________________________ Dick McGuire Invitational_________________ Fall, 2011
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The Barta family includes Connie, Madison, Gary and Luke.
Now in his seventh year as director of athletics at the University of Iowa and his 26th year in athletic administration, Gary Barta manages an athletics program that continues to gain momentum in two key areas -- on the playing field and in the classroom -while enhancing the infrastructure that will serve as the foundation for future successes. Academically, the UI’s federal graduation rate of 74 percent (for student-athletes who enrolled in 2004-05) ties the best ever posted by UI athletics. That mark was a 13-point increase over the previous year and was nine points above the national average; UI student-athletes will establish another record when the latest figures are released in October. Last fall, the NCAA confirmed that all 24 of Iowa’s teams exceeded the Academic Progress Rate (APR) benchmark for the fourth straight year. In figures released last fall, Iowa’s score of 86 percent in the NCAA’s “Graduation Success Rate” or GSR, also matched a school record. Five different women’s teams at the UI posted perfect 100 GSR scores. Iowa’s GSR in football (83), men’s (73) and women’s (100) basketball all ranked above the national average for their respective sports. Athletically, Hawkeye teams enjoyed another outstanding year in 2011-12. A significant number of Iowa’s 24 programs reached postseason play. The Iowa football team reached bowl eligibility for the 11th straight season and competing in a bowl game for the fourth straight year and 10th time in the last 11 seasons. The women’s basketball program participated in the NCAA Tournament for a fifth straight season and men’s basketball returned to postseason competition under second-year coach Fran McCaffery, recording an 84-75 win over Dayton in front of 13,190 re-energized fans in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The Hawkeye wrestling program, led by national champion Matt McDonough, made another run at a national title before placing third. The men’s golf team placed 22nd nationally in its third appearance in the NCAA Championships in the last four seasons. Additionally, the UI men’s track and field placed 23rd in the nation and the UI’s men’s swimming and diving program placed 26th at its national championship. Iowa’s field hockey team advanced to the NCAA Tournament and the Hawkeye softball team placed second in the Big Ten. Between the men’s and women’s track and field teams, 34 student-athletes competed at the NCAA Championships and 14 members of the UI men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams qualified for the Olympic Trials. And, while the UI athletics department continues to earn high marks in integrity, academic excellence, and athletic performances. Barta also continues to oversee critical
improvements and additions to the facilities used by the UI’s talented student-athletes while maintaining a balanced and ever-growing operations budget that continues to be self-sustaining. In addition to the competitive success the Hawkeyes recorded in 2011-12, the UI once again experienced tremendous success at the turnstiles. Iowa has sold every seat in historic Kinnick Stadium in each of the past two seasons, ranking 21st in national attendance both years. The UI will enter the 2012 home football season with all seven home games sold out once again and boasts waiting lists for not only season tickets, but also the premium seating options available inside the Paul W. Brechler Press Box. Attendance at home games of the UI’s men’s basketball team has climbed more than 30 percent the last two seasons. Iowa’s attendance of 13,190 for a first round NIT game in Carver-Hawkeye Arena ranked as the highest attended game of the 2012 tournament. The UI wrestling team set another national attendance record by averaging 9,014 fans per home meet in 2011-12, leading the nation in attendance for the sixth straight year. The economic impact of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Wrestling Team Trials, hosted by the UI in Carver-Hawkeye Arena, exceeded $5 million, according to survey results released by the Iowa City/Coralville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. Attendance at home games of the UI’s women’s basketball games also remained strong as the program once again ranked among national leaders in 2011-12. The UI also registered increases in attendance at home volleyball, soccer, field hockey, women’s gymnastics, men’s gymnastics, softball and baseball events. Since 2006, the Hawkeyes have invested more than $150 million in new and renovated athletic facilities. Upgrades include the restoration of historic Kinnick Stadium and Carver-Hawkeye Arena, as well as a new state-of-the-art aquatics center, a boathouse facility for the UI rowing program and an indoor and outdoor tennis complex. Another $60 million worth of improvements are underway in the form of the two phase football training center project and an indoor golf performance facility. In late summer 2011, the UI completed a $47 million revitalization of CarverHawkeye Arena. That project included the construction of a practice facility for men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball, a 10,000-square-foot strength training and cardiovascular center, and an expansion to the Dan Gable Wrestling Complex, in addition to new locker room and support facilities for men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling and volleyball programs, and office space for the majority of Iowa administrative and coaching staffs. The Carver project included the installation of a statue of Gable at the facility’s main entrance. That project was completed in time for the thousands of fans of the sport of wrestling to enjoy while attending the 2012 USA Wrestling Olympic Team Trials. Phase I of a two-phase project for the UI football program was completed in August,
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IOWA WOMENS GOLF 2012. Phase I includes the new indoor practice facility for Coach Kirk Ferentz’ program that has competed on 10 bowl games over the past 11 seasons. Phase II includes construction of the new Iowa Football Operations Center, which will include new team locker rooms, team meeting rooms, athletic medical training space, video operations, and coaches offices and meeting rooms. Funded entirely through private support and revenue generated by the UI Athletics Department, the project is an important next phase of the master facilities plan for Hawkeye football. It will be constructed adjacent to the Ron and Margaret Kenyon Outdoor Practice Facility, immediately west of Kinnick Stadium and will be connected to the new indoor practice facility. The 2010-11 season marked the first for the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams in the UI’s $69 million Campus Recreation and Wellness Center. The Hawkeyes hosted the 2012 Big Ten Championships and the UI men’s squad responded by earning its highest Big Ten finish in 15 seasons. Another of the latest additions to the facilities available to the UI’s student-athletes is the Varsity Golf Complex practice facility for the men’s and women’s golf programs. Located at the southern edge of the UI’s award-winning Finkbine Golf Course, the facility is expected to be completed for use this winter. It will provide the Hawkeyes a state-of-the-art facility that offers the opportunity for year-round training and practice. Barta’s involvement in the UI campus community extends beyond intercollegiate athletics. He is a member of the President’s Cabinet, comprised of vice presidents and other campus leaders, that provide counsel to UI President Sally Mason. That group was instrumental in the UI’s response to record-setting flooding that besieged the campus and the Iowa City and Coralville community in June 2008. Barta also represents the UI and the Hawkeyes at the conference and national level. During his first six years at the UI, he has participated in the creation and implementation of the Big Ten Network, the expansion of the Big Ten Conference and realignment of athletics conferences nationally, and the Big Ten’s postseason bowl game agreements that were successfully implemented in 2010. Nationally, Barta remains active in the Division IA Athletics Directors Association, the National Association of College Directors of Athletics, and currently serves on the NCAA Football Committee Board of Directors. Barta often suggests to his staff that “Hope is not a strategy,” which is why he is currently overseeing a comprehensive review of the strategic plan for the UI Athletics Department and has worked with the UI’s leadership on a long-term financial plan. Another favorite saying of his is, “Vision without resources is irrelevant.” Over the course of his career he has been directly involved in raising hundreds of millions of dollars in support of intercollegiate athletics. This has remained a primary focus during his tenure at Iowa, where private support for the Hawkeyes continues to flourish despite a challenging economy.
G A R Y B A R TA B I O Under Barta’s leadership –¬ and thanks to a talented athletics development staff – the UI has seen year-over-year improvement in annual giving in spite of the difficult economic environment. In addition, under Barta’s direction, the UI generated more than $20 million of philanthropic and corporate sponsorship support for the revitalization of Carver-Hawkeye Arena and has already surpassed that level of support for the current football projects. The UI also generated the $2 million in private support necessary to fully fund the Hawkeyes’ new practice facility for its men’s and women’s golf programs. As the director of athletics at the University of Wyoming for three years, seven different UW coaches were named Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year. He also spearheaded a fund-raising effort that netted the Cowboy athletics program $11 million in private support and $11 million in matching state fund. As the senior associate athletics director at the University of Washington, he directed the “Campaign for the Student-Athlete,” was a participant in the design, construction and/or renovation of several UW athletics facilities, including Bank of America Arena and the Dempsey Indoor Practice Facility. In addition to almost doubling the amount of annual private support received by UW, Barta also managed the department’s external relations division, a task that included corporate sponsorship and radio contracts. His responsibilities at Washington expanded over time to include hiring of coaching and administrative staff, and the day-to-day oversight of several Huskie sport teams. The roots of his development experience extend to his first two positions: director of athletics development and external relations at the University of Northern Iowa and director of development at his alma mater, North Dakota State University. Barta earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communication and broadcast journalism from NDSU in 1987. He was an option quarterback for Bison football squads that won the Division II NCAA National Championship in 1983, 1985 and 1986. Barta, and his wife, Connie, have a son, Luke (14) and a daughter, Madison (12). He was born Sept. 4, 1963, in Minneapolis.
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IOWA WOMENS GOLF IOWA CONTINUES TO BUILD FOR SUCCESS The UI Department of Athletics is under the direction of Gary Barta and is regarded as one of the top intercollegiate programs in the nation. Once again, the Hawkeyes enjoyed success both athletically and academically in 2011-12 Academically, the UI’s federal graduation rate of 74 percent (for student-athletes who enrolled in 2004-05) ties the best ever posted by UI athletics. That mark was a 13-point increase over the previous year and was nine points above the national average; UI student-athletes will establish another record when the latest figures are released in October. Last fall, the NCAA confirmed that all 24 of Iowa’s teams exceeded the Academic Progress Rate (APR) benchmark for the fourth straight year.
A T O TA L P R O G R A M in the postseason for the fourth straight year.
IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL The women’s basketball team won its final eight games of the regular season to finish tied for second in the Big Ten and earn an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. Head Coach Lisa Bluder has now led Iowa to five-straight NCAA Tournament appearances.
IOWA MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD The men’s track and field team recorded a pair of top 25 finishes at the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Championships. The Hawkeyes crowned four Big Ten champions and nine All-Americans, including Erik Sowinski, who placed second in the 800 meters at the NCAA Championships.
Athletically, Hawkeye teams enjoyed another outstanding year in 2011-12. A significant number of Iowa’s 24 programs reached postseason play. The Iowa football team reached bowl eligibility for the 11th straight season and competed in a bowl game for the fourth straight year and 10th time in the last 11 seasons. The women’s basketball program participated in the NCAA Tournament for a fifth straight season and men’s basketball returned to postseason competition under second-year coach Fran McCaffery.
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In late summer 2011, the UI completed a $47 million revitalization of Carver-Hawkeye Arena. That project included the construction of a practice facility for men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball, a 10,000-square-foot strength training and cardiovascular center, and an expansion to the Dan Gable Wrestling Complex, in addition to new locker room and support facilities for men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling and volleyball programs, and office space for the majority of Iowa administrative and coaching staffs.
Second-year head coach Fran McCaffery led the Hawkeyes to 18 wins and an NIT bid a year ago. Iowa improved by seven wins from 2011 to 2012, as McCaffery continued to demonstrate his ability to rebuild programs and reenergize the fan base -- Iowa’ s attendance increased for the second straight year and ranked No. 31 nationally.
Phase I of a two-phase project for the UI football program was completed in August, 2012. Phase I includes the new indoor practice facility for Coach Kirk Ferentz’ program that has competed on 10 bowl games over the past 11 seasons. Phase II includes construction of the new Iowa Football Operations Center, which will include new team locker rooms, team meeting rooms, athletic medical training space, video operations, and coaches offices and meeting rooms. Funded entirely through private support and revenue generated by the UI Athletics Department, the project is an important next phase of the master facilities plan for Hawkeye football.
Head coach Mark Hankins led the Hawkeyes to their third NCAA Championships appearance in the last four years. Iowa collected another top-25 national finish and multiple individuals earned honors throughout the season.
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IOWA SWIMMING AND DIVING The Iowa men’s swimming and diving team posted its best finish in 17 years, placing fifth in the Big Ten and 26th at the NCAA Championships. The Hawkeye won a pair of Big Ten relay titles and five studentathletes went on to garner honorable mention All-America accolades. On the women’s team, freshman Becky Stoughton became the first UI swimmer to earn Big Ten Freshman of the Year honors, and she was the first Hawkeye women’s swimmer to earn All-America honors since 2005.
IOWA WRESTLING The Hawkeye wrestling team -- the national attendance leader in each of the last six seasons -- continued its dominance on the mat, finishing third at the NCAA Championships. Six Hawkeyes earned All-America accolades in 2012, including two-time national champion Matt McDonough. Iowa has claimed 23 national championships and 34 Big Ten titles in its 102-year history.
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DID YOU KNOW... 43 percent of UI students are from out of state Ten University of Iowa graduate programs and colleges ranked among the 10 best in the nation. -U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Graduate Schools, 2013 With over 30,000 students in a city of roughly 75,000, UI offers a different atmosphere than many other universities in the Big Ten or the Midwest. The unemployment rate in Iowa City (4.%) ranks among the nations’ lowest. Iowa City was listed by Forbes Magazine (May, 2012).
T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F I O WA Building on a rich tradition of excellence and innovation, the University of Iowa is educating more than 30,000 students annually, preparing them for success immediately following graduation, as well as continued achievements throughout their lives. The University of Iowa offers more than 100 areas of undergraduate and graduate study, including seven professional degree programs, through its 11 colleges: the colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Business, Dentistry, Education, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Public Health, and the Graduate College. The University also provides on-campus and distance learning opportunities through its division of Continuing Education. Long recognized as one of the nation’s leading centers for the arts, creative writing, space physics, hydraulics, basic health and science research, and communication studies, the University of Iowa is also developing new strengths in informatics, nanoscience, simulation technology, and other fields. The University of Iowa has maintained its tradition as an innovator with its pioneering work in speech pathology, science and medicine. It’s also known internationally for being home of one of the nation’s largest public university owned hospitals. Cultural Diversity at the University of Iowa The University of Iowa has worked hard to assure that students of all races, creeds, and backgrounds are represented in the student body. In the past five years, Iowa has moved aggressively towards its goal of creating communities of African American, Hispanic/Latino (a), Asian American, and Native American students, and making the University a stimulating, welcoming place.
in other cultures. Scholarships, fellowships, and support programs help to make this possible. International Programs brings together scholars from around the world and UI students looking to expand their perspectives by studying abroad or exploring global issues on campus. International students at the University of Iowa represent more than 100 countries. How the University of Iowa Measures Up “Designated as a “best buy” eight years in a row ” — Fiske Guide to the Colleges, 2013 28th best public national university —U.S. News & World Report, 2012 “Professors make themselves accessible and possess a genuine interest in students’ experiences,” — Insider’s Guide to the Colleges, 2012 10 University of Iowa graduate programs and colleges ranked among the 10 best in the nation — U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Graduate Schools, 2012-13 University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics ranked as one of “America’s Best Hospitals” — U.S. News & World Report, 2012 One of the top five college towns in America among cities under 250,000 — American Institute for Economic Research, College Destination Index, 2010-11
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“Iowa City is one of the great college campuses in the country. I love coming to Iowa City!”
Some universities offer the large city atmosphere. Others offer the college town experience. The University of Iowa is uniquely situated to offer student athletes the very best of both of these different worlds.
Once the state capital, Iowa City is considered one of the truly great college towns in America. The city swells with excitement on game day when nearly 16,000 Hawkeye fans from across the state and Midwest converge on Carver-Hawkeye Arena to cheer the Hawkeyes to another victory. Iowa City’s downtown area is alive and thriving. Restaurants, shops and sidewalk cafes face onto pedestrian malls full of people watchers, street entertainers and food vendors. Attractive in size and friendliness, Iowa City is big in the sense that it offers all the advantages and conveniences of much larger metropolitan areas like summer and permanent employment opportunities, live entertainment and concerts, fine dining and shopping, industry and commerce. Iowa City is located in the heart of eastern Iowa, within easy driving distance of several major Midwestern cities including the state capital, Des Moines, as well as Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Minneapolis and Milwaukee.
“Iowa City is unlike any other place in the state, both because of its regional beauty and because of its independent, serendipitous spirit. There’s nothing like feeling the crisp air as one tours the Big Ten campus, just as there’s no other feeling like walking the shores along Lake MacBride, north of town. This is an ideal location for a weekend trip filled with sights, sounds, shopping and plenty of activities on any given weekend.” If there is a star in Iowa, Iowa City is it.” DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER PA G GE E2 1 6 PA
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“Move to Iowa City. Some of the happiest people in the world live in Iowa City.” CHRISTOPHER KEYES EDITOR | MIDWEST MAGAZINE | AUGUST, 2007
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IOWA CITY: THE BEST PLACE TO LIVE
• One of 50 “Best Places to Live and Play” National Geographic Adventure • #18 among the top 25 green cities in the country Country Home • Healthiest Town in the United States Men’s Journal • Iowa City ranks 8th out of 179 on best performing small cities list “Milken Institute,” October 2011 • Iowa City named third-best major metropolitan area in the country for college students “American Institute for Economic Research,” August 2011 • Iowa City ranks 3rd for volunteer rate (mid-sized cities) - “Volunteering in America,” Corporation for National & Community Service, August 2011 • “Top Towns for Jobs,” MSN CareerBuilder, January 2010 • Iowa City is ranked as one of America’s Top 100 Adventure Cities National Geographic Adventure, October 2009 • Iowa City/Coralville/North Liberty named an Iowa Great Place Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs, October 2009 • No. 5 “Best Places to Begin a Career” Metros Under 500,000, Forbes Magazine, July, 2010 • No. 13 “Top College Towns for Jobs” Forbes Magazine, May 2009 Sperling’s Best Places, March 2007
• Iowa ranks 9th in the nation for number of state parks, recreational areas and natural areas CQ Press, 2010 • Iowa ranks 10th in safest neighborhoods in the U.S. - CQ Press, 2010 • Iowa has the 3rd-highest public high school graduation rate in the U.S. - CQ Press, 2010 • Iowa has over 1400 miles of trails for hiking and biking within its state parks and recreational areas Iowa Department of Transportation • The Iowa City Public Library is #5 on the “Top 10 Libraries for Children” list - Livability.com, 2012 • One of the Top 25 “Best Places to Retire and Work” - Forbes, 2012 • UI Hospitals and Clinics ranked top hospital in Iowa; nine UICH programs rated among the best in the U.S. - US News and Word Report, 2012 • Iowa City West and City High ranked among the best high schools in the country - Newsweek, 2012 • Johnson County is ranked third nationally in the “Fourth Economy Index,” Apirl, 2012
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C OT NH SE I D U ENRI VTEHRES ICTOY MOMF UI N O IW TA Y A CAMPUS ON THE MOVE The University of Iowa campus caters to pedestrians and bicyclists; it’s compact enough to cross in a 20-minute walk. A free ride on a campus bus can cut that time in half. Entertainment on campus and in Iowa City is geared toward student budgets, with many events offered at no charge. The University of Iowa offers more than 400 student organizations, extensive recreation facilities, 50 fraternities and sororities, and a broad schedule of arts performances, lectures, cultural celebrations and club sports and intramural athletic contests to go along with the intercollegiate competition within the Big Ten Conference.
STUDENT-ORIENTED NIGHT LIFE Iowa’s campus is set right in the city’s downtown area, where you’ll find dance clubs, movies, coffeehouses, and restaurants to suit every taste. Live music can be found any night of the week in clubs and restaurants, even outside on warm evenings on the downtown pedestrian mall. Iowa City businesses are convenient and geared toward student tastes and needs.
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C OT NH SE I D U ENRI VTEHRES ICTOY MOMF UI N O IW TA Y CONSIDER THE OPPORTUNITY FOR A QUALITY EDUCATION A quality education is one of the highest priorities at the University of Iowa. Just over 90 percent of Johnson County residents have graduated from high school, and in Iowa City nearly half of all residents have earned bachelor’s degrees. In fact, census statistics indicate Johnson County is the 10th “smartest” county in the nation, based on percentage of residents holding bachelor’s degrees. The University of Iowa represents a strong presence in the community while enhancing the quality of life in Iowa City. Your aspiration may be a career in medicine, law or education. Regardless of the specific career field, it’s important to identify the college baseball program that places a high priority on academics and allows you to take full advantage of the tremendous educational opportunities available. At the University of Iowa, student-athletes learn quickly that academic success is the highest priority.
ATHLETICS AND ACADEMICS At The University of Iowa, a strong relationship has been developed between athletics and academics, where coaches and athletes work hand-in-hand with academic deans and professors, assuring the student-athlete the best possible opportunities to excel in the classroom and in athletics. From the first visit for any prospective student-athlete, to the completion of their academic and athletic career at Iowa, academic personnel play a large role in the career of Hawkeye student-athletes. Beginning with the on-campus visits, student-athletes are introduced to professors in their selected field of study, and are able to establish a relationship and develop an understanding of the academic setting in which they will be involved.
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THE RUSSELL AND ANN GERDIN ATHLETIC LEARNING CENTER The University of Iowa Russell and Ann Gerdin Athletic Learning Center opened in the fall of 2003. The Learning Center is a multi-level, 20,000-square foot facility, which provides one all-purpose area for the academic pursuits for Iowa’s male and female student-athletes. The facility is centrally located on the UI campus for easy access by all student-athletes and staff. The Learning Center features an auditorium, two classrooms, study lounges for freshmen and upperclass student-athletes, a computer lab, a teaching lab, the athletic library, office space for Iowa’s Academic Student Services staff and a display area to recognize the academic accomplishments of Iowa’s student-athletes.
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When a student-athlete considers his future, he should consider prospects beyond baseball. He should consider where he wants to be five, ten, fifteen years from today, and the best course of action for getting there. Also, he should decide early on to commit to excellence in every challenge undertaken. Without a doubt, the men and women listed here took time to consider their future and the ways to get there. These former University of Iowa undergraduates have gone on to become leaders in their chosen fields. They also pursued their academic studies as strongly as the Iowa Hawkeyes go after a loose ball or rebound. BUSINESS Leland C. Adams Former president, Amoco Production Co. B.J. Armstrong, Iowa Letterman, 1986-89 Vice-President of Basketball, Wasserman Media Group NBA All-Star, 1994 Three-time NBA Champion, Chicago Bulls John J. Balles Former president, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Matthew Bucksbaum Former CEO & Founder General Growth Properties Arthur A. Collins Founder, Collins Radio (Rockwell Collins) Kathleen A. Dore President, CanWest Media Works, Toronto, Canada Former Executive vice president and general manager, Bravo Television Network & the Independent Film Channel John W. English Former vice president and chief investment officer, Ford Foundation Nolden Gentry Iowa Letterman, ‘58, ‘59, ‘60 Attorney, Brick, Gentry, Bowers, Swartz, Stoltze, Scheling and Levis Des Moines, IA Leonard Hadley Former chairman and CEO, Maytag Corporation
H. John Hawkinson Former president and director of funds, Kemper Financial Services Inc. Richard O. Jacobson President, Jacobson Warehouse Co. Bill Krause President, Krause Gentle Corp. Richard Levitt Chairman & CEO, Nellis Corporation Frank N. Magid President, Frank N. Magid Associates, Inc., Pioneer in market research and media consultation John Pappajohn Venture capitalist, entrepreneur; President, Equity Dynamics, Inc. Gary Seamans Chairman and CEO, Westell Technologies, Aurora, Ill.
E.F. Lindquist Co‑founder, American College Testing (ACT) Program John B. McLendon First African-American coach inducted into The Basketball Hall of Fame Eddie Robinson Legendary football coach, Grambling State University Wilbur Schramm International authority on communications and founder, Iowa Writers’ Workshop Richard Schultz Executive Director, United States Olympic Committee; Former Executive Director, NCAA James Van Allen World famous space physicist who discovered two radiation belts (the Van Allen Belts) that orbit the earth
Luther Smith Aerospace Engineer, pilot Member, Tuskegee Airmen, 1942 World War II Purple Heart and Prisoner of War Medal
Diablo Cody Best Original Screenplay Oscar Award for Juno
Henry B. Tippie Director, Rollins, Inc. Chairman of the Board, Dover Motorsports & Dover Downs Entertainment
Michele M. Crider Recognized worldwide as a leading soprano Has performed in all of Europe’s major opera houses
Simon Estes International opera star
Joseph N. Crowley President, University of Nevada at Reno and former NCAA president R. Wayne Duke Former commissioner, Big Ten Conference
Al Jarreau Grammy Award‑winning singer Mark Johnson Film producer and Oscar Award winner for Rainman Alex Karras Former NFL All‑Pro, Detroit Lions; actor, Victor, Victoria; Blazing Saddles; “Webster” Barry Kemp Television producer, creator of the hit series “Coach” Shirley Rich Krohn Casting director for Kramer vs Kramer, Three Days of the Condor, Taps, Saturday Night Fever Ashton Kutcher Television and film actor Richard Maibaum Writer of James Bond motion picture scripts Nicholas Meyer Film writer and director whose film credits include Time After Time, The Seven Per-Cent Solution and Star Trek II, IV and VI David Milch Creator, Hill Street Blues, NYPD Blue and other television series Three-time Emmy Award recipient Founder, Redboard Productions
David Bonior U.S. House of Representatives, Mt. Clemons, Mich.
Marvin Bell Iowa Poet Laureate UI Writers Workshop faculty member and mentor from 1965 until retirement in 2005
Terry Branstad Governor, state of Iowa
Mildred Wirt Benson Author of 23 Nancy Drew mysteries and first woman to receive master’s degree in journalism at Iowa
General Charles A. Horner Architect of the US air war against Iraq during the Persian Gulf War/Desert Storm Alan Larson Assistant to Secretary of State for Economic, Business, and Agricultural Affairs
T.C. Boyle Author of 11 Novels & eight short story collections Winner of numerous literary awards, including five O. Henry Awards
Ruth Van Roeckel McGregor Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court, 2005 recipient, American Judicature Society’s Dwight D. Opperman Award for Judicial Excellence
Max Allan Collins Writer of the comic strip Dick Tracy, 1977-92 American mystery writer, including the graphic novel Road to Perdition
Trudy Huskamp Peterson Acting Archivist of the United State, 1993-95
Paul Engle Poet Founder of the University of Iowa’s International Writing Program Director of the Iowa Writer’s Workshop (1941-65)
Mary Louise Smith Noted political party leader and civil rights proponent Juanita Kidd Stout First African-American woman elected to a state Supreme Court
John Irving Writer, The World According to Garp; A Son of the Circus; Hotel New Hampshire; A Prayer for Owen Meany
W.P. Kinsella Writer, Shoeless Joe Margaret Walker Writer, Jubilee MEDIA Alan Abelson Editor, Barron’s Tom Brokaw Former anchorman, NBC News Paul Burmeister Iowa Letterman, 1992-93 Sports anchor/reporter The NFL Network
Milo Hamilton 50 years in Broadcasting Voice of the Houston Astros Harry Kalas Broadcaster, Philadelphia Phillies Bob Miller Broadcaster, Los Angeles Kings Herbert Nipson Executive Editor, Ebony Brian Ross Correspondent, NBC News; Peabody and Emmy award winner Mark Shapiro Former Vice-President, ESPN
John Cochran Correspondent, ABC News
Carole Simpson Anchor, ABC News
Paul Conrad Political cartoonist and three-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize
Wayne Drehs General assignment writer, espn.com Brett Dolan Broadcaster, Houston Astros George Gallup Founder, The Gallup Poll Charles Guggenheim Documentary filmmaker, Peabody and Oscar award winner
Dr. Robert C. Hardin Developed blood bank protocols during WW II based on seminal work on blood preservation Dr. Don H. O’Donoghue Sports medicine pioneer Dr. Emory D. Warner World recognized pathologist FIRST ADVANCED DEGREES IN THE UNITED STATES African-Americans who received advanced degrees from the University of Iowa, who were also the first in the United States to receive that particular degree: Alexander Clark, Jr. 1879, law degree
Dr. Nancy Andreasen Psychiatrist renowned for her research on schizophrenia, as well as creativity James Bramson Executive Director, American Dental Association Dr. Johann L. Ehrenhaft Pioneer in field of open heart surgery
Elizabeth Catlett 1940, master’s in art Lulu Johnson 1941, Ph.D. in history Oscar Anderson Fuller 1942, Ph.D. in music Lilia Ann Abron 1972, Ph.D. in chemical engineering Lisa Portis 1989, Ph.D. in pharmacology
Marian Rees Producer of television films Owner, Marian Rees and Associates Brandon Routh Actor, Superman Gene Wilder Actor, Silver Streak, Young Frankenstein, Stir Crazy
John Falsey Executive producer of television’s “Northern Exposure” & “I’ll Fly Away” Jim Foster Iowa Letterman Founder and Innovator, Arena Football
JUANITA KIDD STOUT FirstAfrican-AmericanwomanElected to a state Supreme Court
NOLDEN GENTRY Attorney
JOHN PAPPAJOHN Entrepreneur
TOM BROKAW Former Anchorman, NBC News
DON NELSON HeadCoach,GoldenStateWarriors
MARK SHAPIRO FormerExecutiveVice-President,ESPN
EDDIE ROBINSON Former Football Coach Grambling State University
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opened in the fall of 2003, is the latest project to be added to Iowa’s facilities. The Learning Center is a multi-level, 20,000-square foot facility, which provides one all-purpose IOWA WOMENS GOLFarea for the academic pursuits for Iowa’s male and IOWABASEBALL female student-athletes.
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The Learning Center features an auditorium, two classrooms, study lounges for freshmen and upper-class student-athletes, a computer lab, a teaching lab, the athletic library, office space for Iowa’s Academic Student Services staff and a display area to recognize the academic accomplishments of Iowa’s student-athletes.
“The Gerdin Learning Center gives me the opportunity to be in a great studious atmosphere where I am able to get my academics achieved, along with opportunities to receive help with tutors or study groups. It is also great because you are involved with staff that cares, and also around studentathletes that understand the same schedule, practice, and time you spend here at the University of Iowa.”
“The Gerdin Athletic Learning Center offers our studentathletes at the University of Iowa the most modern, state of
THE HAWKEYE NICKNAME The University of Iowa borrowed its athletic nickname from the state of Iowa many years ago. The name Hawkeye was originally the name of the hero in the fictional novel, The Last of the Mohicans, written by James Fenimore Cooper. Cooper had the Delaware Indians bestow the name on a white scout who lived with them. In 1838, 12 years after the book was published, people in the territory of Iowa acquired the nickname, chiefly through the efforts of Judge David Rorer of Burlington and James Edwards of Fort Madison. Edwards, editor of the Fort Madison Patriot, moved his paper to Burlington in 1843 and renamed it the Burlington Hawkeye. The two men continued their campaign to popularize the name, and territorial officials eventually gave it their formal approval. Herky The Hawkeye
The Hawkeye nickname gained a tangible symbol in 1948 when a cartoon character, later to be named Herky the Hawkeye was hatched. The creator was Richard Spencer III, instructor of journalism at Iowa. The impish Hawk was an immediate hit and acquired a name through a statewide contest staged by the athletic department. John Franklin, a Belle Plaine alumnus, was the man who suggested Herky. Since his birth more than 45 years ago, Herky has symbolized Iowa athletics and epitomized University life. He even donned a military uniform during the Korean War and became the insignia of the 124th Fighter Squadron. During the mid-1950s, Herky came to life at a football game as the Iowa mascot. Since that time, Herky has been a familiar figure at Iowa athletics events.
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HOTELS/MOTELS Alexis Park Inn and Suites, 1165 S. Riverside Drive, Iowa City Amana Colonies Holiday Inn, I-80, Exit 225, Amana Americinn, 2597 Holiday Road, Coralville Baymont Inn & Suites, 200 6th Street, Coralville Best Western Cantebury Inn, 704 1st Ave., Coralville Big Ten Inn, 707 1st Ave., Coralville Comfort Inn and Suites, 2431 James Street, Coralville Comfort Inn, 209 9th St., Coralville Country Inn and Suites by Carlson, 2571 Heartland Place, Coralville Days Inn, Hwy. 6 West, Coralville Fairfield Inn, 214 9th Street, Coralville Hampton Inn, 1200 1st Ave., Coralville Heartland Inn, 87 2nd Street, Coralville Holiday Inn Amana Colonies, I-80 Exit 225, Williamsburg
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Holiday Inn Express, 970 25th Ave., Coralville Holiday Inn, 1200 1st Ave., Coralville Hotel Vetro Studio Suites, 201 S. Linn St., Iowa City, IA Iowa House Hotel, Madison & Jefferson St., Iowa City Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, 300 East 9th Street, Coralville Motel 6, 810 1st Avenue, Coralville Quality Inn and Suites, 2525 N. Dodge St., Iowa City Riverside Golf Resort, 3184 Hwy. 22, Riverside, IA Sheraton Iowa City Hotel, 210 S. Dubuque St., Iowa City Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, 2491 Holiday Road, Coralville Super 8 Motel, 611 1st Ave., Coralville Travel Lodge, 2216 N. Dodge St., Iowa City
625-5000 351-5049 337-4961 335-3513 688-4000 354-0030 354-2000 648-1234 337-4058 625-2200 337-8388 351-1010
Eggy’s on 965, Hwy. 965, North Liberty El Dorado, 102 Second Street, Coralville El Ranchero, 21 Sturgis Drive, Iowa City Flannigan’s Bar & Grill, 501 1st Ave., Coralville Givanni’s Café, 109 E. College St., Iowa City Godfather’s Pizza, Highway 1 West, Iowa City Graze, 115 E. College Street, Iowa City Gus’ Food & Spirits, 2421 Coral Court, Coralville Hamburg Inn, 214 N. Linn St., Iowa City House of Lords Restaurant & Pub, 704 1st Ave., Coralville HuHot Mongolian Grill, 917 25th Ave., Coralville Hunan Restaurant, 118 2nd St., Coralville Hungry Hobo, 517 S. Riverside Drive, Iowa City IHOP, 2435 James Street, Coralville Iowa River Power Company, 501 1st Ave., Coralville Jimmy Jack’s Rib Shack, 1940 Lower Muscatine Road, Iowa City Joseph’s Steakhouse, 212 S. Clinton St., Iowa City Konomi, 843 Quarry Road, #140, Coralville Linn Street Café, 121 N. Linn St., Iowa City Micky’s Irish Pub, 11 S. Dubuque St., Iowa City Midtown Family Restaurant, 1069 Hwy. 1, Iowa City Mill Restaurant, 120 E. Burlington Street, Iowa City Mondo’s Tomato Pie, 516 E. 2nd St., Coralville Monicas, 302 2nd Street, Coralville Okoboji Grill, 1857 Lower Muscatine Rd., Iowa City
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RESTAURANTS Agave Bar & Grill, 2781 Oakdale Blvd., Coralville 665-2524 Applebee’s, 200 12th St., Coralville 358-1986 Airliner, 22 S. Clinton, Iowa City 351-9259 Atlas World Grill, 127 Iowa Ave., Iowa City 341-7700 Baldy’s Wraps, 18 S. Clinton Street, Iowa City 338-1010 Bennigan’s, Coral Ridge Mall, Coralville 625-2366 Blackstone, 502 Westbury Drive, Suite 1, Iowa City 338-1770 Bo-James, 118 E. Washington St., Iowa City 337-4703 Bob’s Your Uncle Pizza Café, 2208 N. Dodge St., Iowa City 331-7400 Bread Garden Bakery & Café, 224 S. Clinton, Iowa City 354-4246 Brothers Bar & Grill, 125 W. Dubuque, Iowa City 338-6373 Brown Bottle, 115 E. Washington St., Iowa City 351-6704 Bruegger’s Bagel Bakery, 404 1st Avenue, Coralville 337-2243 Buffalo Wild Wings, 201 Clinton Street, Iowa City 887-9464 Buffalo Wild Wings, 2500 Corridor Way, Coralville 338-9464 Carl and Ernies Good Time Pub and Grub, 161 Hwy. 1 West, Iowa City 337-4422 Carlos O’Kelly’s, 1411 S. Waterfront Drive, Iowa City 354-5800 Charlie’s Bar and Grill, 450 1st Ave., Coralville 351-1488 Chili’s, 2651 2nd St., Coralville 351-1488 Colony Inn Restaurant, 741 47th Ave., Amana 622-6270 Culvers Frozen Custard, 2591 Heartland Place, Coralville 545-8255 David’s Place, 100 South Linn Street, Iowa City 351-5600 Donnelley’s, 101 E. College Street, Iowa City 338-7355 The Edge, 807 1st Ave., Coralville 337-5680 Edgewater Grille, 300 E. 9th Street, Coralville 887-5018
Old Capitol Brew Works & Public House, 525 S. Gilbert St., Iowa City 337-3422 Old Chicago, 78 Second Street, Coralville 248-1220 Olive Garden, 925 25th Ave., Coralville 339-9100 Outback Steakhouse, 945 25th Ave., Coralville 354-2755 Ox Yoke Inn, 4420 220 Trail, Amana 1-800-233-3441 Pagliai’s Pizza, 302 E. Bloomington St., Iowa City 351-5073 Panchero’s Mexican Grill, 901 25th Ave., Coralville 248-3256 Panchero’s Mexican Grill, 32 S. Clinton, Iowa City 338-6311 Pit Smokehouse, 130 N. Dubuque, Iowa City 337-6653 Quinton’s Bar & Deli, 215 E. Washington, Iowa City 354-7074 Red Avocado, 521 E. Washington St., Iowa City 351-6088 Red Lobster, 2671 2nd Street, Coralville 338-6400 Red’s Ale House, 515 S. Dubuque St., North Liberty 626-2100 River City Beefstro, 1210 1st Ave., Coralville 351-1551 The Saloon, 112 E. College St., Iowa City 354-3837 Sam’s Pizza, 441 S. Gilbert St., Iowa City 337-8200 Sanctuary Restaurant & Pub, 405 S. Gilbert St., Iowa City 351-5692
Short’s Burger and Shine, 18 S. Clinton St., Iowa City Sidelines Bar & Grill, 320 E. Burlington St., Iowa City Sonic Drive-In, 604 2nd Street, Coralville Sports Column, 12 S. Dubuque Street, Iowa City Steak and Shake, 2806 Commerce Drive, Coralville Summit Restaurant & Bar, 10 S. Clinton St., Iowa City Sushi Popo, 725 Mormon Trek Blvd., Iowa City Takanami, 219 Iowa Avenue, Iowa City Texas Road House, 2520 Corridor Way, Coralville The Three Samurai, 1801 2nd St., Coralville Third Base, 111 E. College St., Iowa City Venuto’s World Bistro, 115 E. College Street, Iowa City Vesta, 849 Quarry Road, Coralville Vine Tavern, 330 E. Prentiss St., Iowa City Vine Tavern & Eatery, 39 2nd St., Coralville Vito’s Italian American Restaurant, 118 E. College St., Iowa City Wig and Pen Pizza Pub, 1220 Hwy. 6 West, Coralville
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Published on Jan 3, 2013