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37 Combined NCAA Championship Appearances 1983 NCAA Men’s National Champions 11 Top-Five Finishes 54 All-Americans


ALLEGHENY GOLF Allegheny College At a Glance Location........................................................................................................ Meadville, Pa. Founded...................................................................................................................... 1815 Enrollment................................................................................................................. 2,100 Nickname..................................................................................................................Gators Colors........................................................................................................... Blue and Gold President............................................................................................. Dr. James H. Mullen Alma Mater........................................................................... College of the Holy Cross ‘80 Affiliation.................................................................................................. NCAA Division III Conference........................................................................North Coast Athletic Conference Website............................................................................................... www.northcoast.org Home Course............................................................................. Country Club of Meadville Address..........................................................................15995 Highway 86, Meadville, Pa.

Allegheny Golf Coach Contact Information

TABLE OF CONTENTS Allegheny Quick Facts/Table of Contents........................ 3 Athletics Support Staff................................................... 4 Why Gators?.................................................................. 4 North Coast Athletic Conference.................................... 5 What Sets Allegheny Apart?........................................6-7 Allegheny Advantage/Details of Distinction.................8-9 Allegheny Golf Facilities..........................................10-11 Gator Tracks............................................................12-13 Head Coach Jeff Groff.................................................. 14 2012-13 Men’s and Women’s Rosters......................... 15 Player Profiles.........................................................16-18 2011-12 Statistics........................................................ 19 Men’s Team Records/Medalist Honors....................20-21 Women’s Team Records/Medalist Honors..............22-23 Postseason Awards.................................................24-25 Year-By-Year Results..............................................26-30

Head Coach..................................................................................Jeff Groff (12th season) Alma Mater................................................................................Millersville University ‘83 Phone..........................................................................................................814-332-2811 Email................................................................................................ jgroff@allegheny.edu

Men’s Golf History / Team Information Inaugural Season................................................................................................. 1933-34 NCAA Championship Appearances................................................................................ 30 Best NCAA Finish..............................................................................................1st (1983) Last NCAA Appearance............................................................................................. 2006 All-Americans................................................................................................................ 52 All-Region..................................................................................................................... 55 Conference Championships.......................................................................................... 22 All-Conference............................................................................................................ 129

Liz Blyth

Women’s Golf History / Team Information Inaugural Season...................................................................................................... 2006 NCAA Championship Appearances.................................................................................. 7 Best NCAA Finish..............................................................................................6th (2011) Last NCAA Appearance............................................................................................. 2012 All-Americans.................................................................................................................. 2 All-Region....................................................................................................................... 3 Conference Championships............................. 1 (2011 marked inaugural championship) All-Conference................................................................................................................ 9

Directions to Country Club of Meadville From the North Interstate 79S to Exit 154 (Saegertown). Follow Rt. 198E to the stop sign. Turn RIGHT at stop sign and follow Main Street (Rt. 19) to the stop light. At the light, turn LEFT. Go up the hill. At stop sign, turn RIGHT onto Rt. 86S. Remain on Rt. 86S for approximately two (2) miles and The Country Club is at the top of the hill on the RIGHT. From the South Interstate 79N to Meadville Exit 147A. Follow Rt. 322 East to Park Avenue. (When you get off the Interstate, just stay straight – no turns) You will go over a bridge. Keep on going straight. You will be on Park Avenue. Follow Park Avenue until you hit North Street. Turn RIGHT at Burger King and go to the next light. At light, turn left onto Rt. 86N. Follow Rt. 86N for approximately three (3) miles and The Country Club is on the LEFT side of the road.

Patrick Fritz

Allegheny Athletics on the Web

www.alleghenygators.com Friends and fans of Allegheny’s intercollegiate athletic teams can continue to follow the Gators’ progress by checking out the college’s web site: www.alleghenygators.com. Log on to the official web site of Allegheny athletics for information on all 21 sports. The golf pages feature same day event recaps, press releases, photos, athlete and coach profiles, historical data and much more.


ALLEGHENY GOLF Why Gators?

Athletics Support Staff Mailing Address....................... 520 North Main Street, Meadville, PA 16335 Athletic Fax............................................................................(814) 337-1217 Director of Athletics and Recreation............................................. Portia Hoeg Phone.....................................................................................(814) 332-3350 Email............................................................................ phoeg@allegheny.edu Associate Athletic Director for Facilities and Recreation...................Bill Ross Phone.....................................................................................(814) 332-2316 Email............................................................................ wross@allegheny.edu Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance................................ Mandy Prusia Phone.....................................................................................(814) 332-3367 Email......................................................................... mprusia@allegheny.edu Director of Athletic Communications (Media Contact).............James Kramer Phone.....................................................................................(814) 332-5952 Email.......................................................................... jkramer@allegheny.edu Director of Equipment...............................................................Ron Clements Phone.....................................................................................(814) 332-4396 Email.......................................................................rclements@allegheny.edu Office Coordinator......................................................................... Lori Riggle Phone.....................................................................................(814) 332-3350 Email............................................................................ lriggle@allegheny.edu Department Secretary................................................................ Bonnie Dunn Phone.....................................................................................(814) 332-2154 Email............................................................................ bdunn@allegheny.edu Head Athletic Trainer............................................................... Jamie Plunkett Phone.....................................................................................(814) 332-2817 Email........................................................................ jplunkett@allegheny.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer.........................................................Danielle Stuart Phone.....................................................................................(814) 332-2805 Email...........................................................................dstuart@allegheny.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer........................................................ Laura Dillaman Phone.....................................................................................(814) 332-2805 Email........................................................................ldillaman@allegheny.edu

Through 1925, Allegheny teams had been referred to as Hilltoppers, Methodists, Timothians (in deference to College founder Timothy Alden), and the Blue and Gold. In April of 1925, a group of Allegheny students published the first issue of a humor magazine titled the Allegheny Alligator. The editors explained the reasoning behind the title thus: “The name, Alligator, was selected not because the alligator is noted for its sense of humor, nor because the haunts of the abovementioned critter are located in this vicinity, but purely and simply because of the 99.44% alliterative value of its orthography.” A column in that first issue was titled “Gator Gossip,” and in the fall of 1926 an organization called the Go-Get-’Em Gator Club appeared on campus. The club made its presence known at football games by occupying a reserved section of the bleachers and serving as a nucleus for the cheering section. By the end of the decade, Allegheny’s athletic teams were referred to as the Gators. It wasn’t until the 1970s that the name took on a face. It was then that a group of students started a publication evaluating faculty and courses. An illustration of a gator used in one of those publications was adopted by the College administration and eventually evolved into the nameless gator most Alleghenians are familiar with—posed in a tough but friendly stance and proudly wearing a varsity letter sweater. In 1980 the Golden Gator Club was formed, an organization that remains an important link between the Athletics Department and alumni. The gator graphic has retained its strong identity with athletics and in the fall of 2004, it was redesigned to give it a more contemporary look. A new mascot costume was unveiled and “Chompers” made its debut.

Media Guide Credits The 2012-13 Allegheny College golf media guide is a publication of the Allegheny athletic communications office. Special thank you to Karley Miller ‘15 for the cover designs and to Liz Blyth ‘13 and Patrick Fritz ‘13 for their research assistance. Head shots and team pictures supplied by Ed Mailliard. Action photography provided by Envision Sports Media and Ed Mailliard. Historical photos provided by Bill Owen and Ed Mailliard where known. INSIDE FRONT COVER: Top (1983 NCAA Division III National Champions; Middle (Bobby Ruffing, 1997 NCAC Tournament Medalist; 2011 NCAC Women’s Championship team); Bottom (Two-time All-American Liz Blyth; 1983 individual national champion Matt Clarke; Four-time All-American Nathan Smith

Oliver White


NORTH COAST ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

NORTH COAST AT H L E T I C C O N F E R E N C E ERIE

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75

INDIANA

CLEVELAND

OBERLIN COLLEGE

FORT WAYNE

OBERLIN, OH 44074

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OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY

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DEPAUW UNIVERSITY GREENCASTLE, IN 46135

DAYTON

EARLHAM COLLEGE RICHMOND, IN 47374

75

80

PENNSYLVANIA

KENYON COLLEGE

PITTSBURGH

GAMBIER, OH 43022

70

COLUMBUS

INDIANAPOLIS

YOUNGSTOWN

WOOSTER, OH 44691

CRAWFORDSVILLE, IN 47933

74

MEADVILLE, PA 16335

COLLEGE OF WOOSTER

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DELAWARE, OH 43015

WABASH COLLEGE

HIRAM COLLEGE

HIRAM, OH 44234

ALLEGHENY COLLEGE 79

DENISON UNIVERSITY

WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY

SPRINGFIELD, OH 45501

71 CINCINNATI

Significantly, all nine NCAC institutions have been granted chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, the preeminent honor society for colleges and universities. Only 276 of the more than 3,000 four-year institutions in the United States have been so honored.

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GRANVILLE, OH 43023

OHIO

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EVANSVILLE

Founded in 1983, the North Coast Athletic Conference is dedicated to fostering a complementary relationship between intercollegiate athletics and the pursuit of academic excellence. Consisting of nine academically selective colleges and universities in Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania — Allegheny College, Denison University, DePauw University, Hiram College, Kenyon College, Oberlin College, Ohio Wesleyan University, Wabash College, Wittenberg University, The College of Wooster in addition to Earlham College as an affiliate member — the NCAC believes that high-level athletic programs need not be sacrificed in order to meet rigid academic standards.

NORTHCOAST.ORG

2011-12 NCAC All-Conference (Men) Craig Osterbrock Alex Andrews Caleb Chiero Jerry Moore Jack Uecker Michael Peters

Wittenberg Wittenberg Ohio Wesleyan Ohio Wesleyan Wittenberg Wooster

Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr.

1st t-2nd t-2nd t-4th t-4th 6th

363 374 374 376 376 378

Blake Sword Dylan Lee Oliver White Aaron Klimchuk Ty Frost Matthew Donahoe Dylan Francis

Wooster Denison Allegheny Denison DePauw Allegheny Denison

Sr. So. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr.

7th 8th 9th 10th 11th t-12th t-12th

379 380 382 386 387 389 389

Nate Fridley

Ohio Wesleyan

Sr.

t-14th

391

Dick Gordin Award (Player of the Year): Craig Osterbrock, Wittenberg Bob Nye Award (Overall Medalist): Craig Osterbrock, Wittenberg Coach of the Year: Jeff Roope, Wittenberg

2011-12 NCAC All-Conference (Women) Kelsey Smith Paige Gooch Miranda Santucci Lauren Hammel Kelly Gaughan Taylor Beaty Abby Dickey

DePauw DePauw Allegheny Allegheny DePauw DePauw DePauw

So. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. So.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th t-6th t-6th

319 321 322 323 324 326 326

Liz Blyth Amanda Castle Rachel Steiner Courtney Tincher Sarah Vorder Bruegge

Allegheny Denison Wittenberg Ohio Wesleyan Allegheny

Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So.

t-8th t-8th 10th t-11th t-11th

328 328 331 333 333

Overall Medalist: Kelsey Smith, DePauw Player of the Year: Kritsinee Khowcharoen, Hiram Coach of the Year: Vince Lazar, DePauw

A member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division III, the NCAC features championship competition in 23 sports — 11 for men and 12 for women. The 12 women’s sports are among the most offered by any Division III conference, and the equality in number and emphasis between men’s and women’s athletics is just one of the elements that sets the North Coast apart. The goals of the conference express the best aspirations of American amateur athletics. The NCAC brings together a group of institutions which share a common allegiance to academic quality and to the conduct of athletics so as to support the educational purpose. Intercollegiate athletics can and should complement academic life, rather than compete with it, and sports should enhance the experience of students during their college years. This type of academic and athletic commitment has been led by the school presidents, who have taken an active role in the governance of the conference. The NCAC’s commitment to equity, its broad base of athletic programs, and an unwavering insistence on excellence in academics has served as a model for conferences throughout the country. The North Coast has shown not only that these ideals can coexist, but that they can flourish. The NCAC continues as a pace-setter in the 21st century.

Miranda Santucci


DETAILS OF DISTINCTION Allegheny students are provided the freedom to select majors and minors of unusual combinations, and they combine those interests and talents to develop skills that employers seek most in today’s global economy—being creative, analytical and innovative.

major/minor combinations

required to represent two of the liberal arts divisions — natural sciences, humanities, and social sciences

four-year seminar series

off-campus experiences

2,000 internships, study abroad programs, service projects, and Allegheny’s distinctive Travel Seminar — intensive faculty-led learning tours

beginning with the first-year seminar, where the faculty instructor is your advisor for two years

state-of-the-art facilities

capstone senior project

extraordinary outcomes

an essential independent experience that encompasses research, writing, and presentation, mirroring a master’s thesis

science research complex and premier communication arts center graduate school (including law & medical school) acceptance rates are 80 – 100%, twice the national average

to learn more visit allegheny.edu/unusualcombinations

ALLEGHENY AT A GLANCE Enrollment

Total students........................................................................................2,100 Men/women....................................................................................47%/53% States/countries represented................................................................ 44/34

Typical First-Year Class Profile — 580 – 600 students

Ranked in top 25% of high school.......................................................... 75% SAT—critical reading and math (middle 50%)............................. 1100 – 1300 ACT (middle 50%)................................................................................ 23-29 High schools represented.........................................................................360 From outside Pennsylvania..................................................................... 42% Minority/international students............................................................... 18%

Faculty

Full-time faculty........................................................................................164 Ph.D. or other terminal degree................................................................ 95% Student-to-faculty ratio............................................................................ 12:1 Average class size, introductory..................................................................21 Average class size, advanced......................................................................11 Classes with fewer than 30 students....................................................... 89%

Facilities

Major buildings...........................................................................................42 Central campus................................................................................. 79 acres Recreation complex........................................................................ 203 acres Bousson nature preserve................................................................ 283 acres

Financial Aid

Extensive merit aid available; up to $80,000 guaranteed over eight semesters. Students receiving need-based aid......................................................... 71% Tuition and fees (2012 – 13)...............................................................$37,610 Room and board (2012 – 13)...............................................................$9,540

Campus Life

Student organizations on campus.................................................... Over 100 Varsity teams..............................................................................................21 Participate in varsity, club, intramurals, and outdoor recreation..... Over 50% Live on campus..................................................................................... 100% Campus activities include concerts in the Grounds for Change coffeehouse, comedians, Late Night programming on weekends, and major annual events such as Wingfest, Casino Night, Springfest and Greek Sing.

Experience Outside the Classroom

Complete independent research Senior Project.................................... 100% Undertake internships............................................................................. 75% Available internships........................................................................2,000 Participate in community service.................................................... Over 60% Total hours of service per year.......................................................50,000 Travel on EL Seminars per year.................................................................100 Allegheny-sponsored study abroad per year........................................70 – 80

Outcomes

Graduate from Allegheny........................................................................ 80% Complete their degree in four years.................................................. 92% Start a career directly.............................................................................. 45% Job-seekers hired within 8 months of graduation............................. 90% Go on to graduate school directly........................................................... 45% Graduate school acceptance rate (including pre-law and pre-med)............................................... 80–100% Join long-term service opportunities directly.......................................... 10%


PROGRAMS OF STUDY Every student completes a major and minor— there are over 900 unique combinations possible. American studies applied computing applied economics art & technology art & the environment art (studio) art history Asian studies astronomy biochemistry biological and physical studies biology black studies chemistry Chinese studies

Chinese language and literature classical studies communication arts computer science creative writing dance & movement studies economics education English environmental geology environmental science environmental studies environmental writing French/French studies geology

German/German studies global health and development history international studies journalism Latin Latin American & Caribbean studies lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender studies managerial economics mass communication/ media studies mathematics

medieval & Renaissance studies Middle East & North African studies music music history music performance music theory neuroscience philosophy physics political science pre-dental pre-law pre-medicine pre-nursing

pre-pharmacy pre-veterinarian psychology religious studies science, health & society Spanish theatre values, ethics & social action women’s studies writing and self-designed

DEGREES AND ACADEMIC PROGRAMS Undergraduate Degrees

Accelerated Doctorate Programs

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

Nursing (3/3, 3/4) with Case Western Reserve University; Physical Therapy (4/2) with Chatham University; Osteopathic Medicine (3/4) with the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine or Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

Teacher Certification Cooperative pre-admission arrangement with the University of Pittsburgh Master of Arts in Teaching Program (PA) and exclusive agreements with Teachers College of Columbia University (NY) and Xavier University (OH)

Accelerated Masters Programs (3/2) Management (arts, health care policy, information systems, public policy) with Carnegie Mellon University; Occupational Therapy with Chatham University; Physician Assistant with Chatham University

Engineering Cooperative Program Engineering (3/2) with University of Pittsburgh, Columbia University, Case Western Reserve University and Washington University in St. Louis; a Master of Science in Engineering (4/2) through Columbia University

Preferred Admission Agreements Simon Graduate School at University of Rochester (business administration); Jefferson Medical College, Drexel University College of Medicine (medical school)

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Jennifer Vota ’06

Dejan Kosanovic ’07

Biology / Psychology minor Doctor of Physical Therapy, The Jackson Clinics, LLC

Economics / English minor Vice President, Aegis Realty Partners, Inc.

James Allen ’80

Laura Hilger ’11

Chemistry Urologic Surgeon, South Pittsburgh Urology

Art Studies / Nuerology and Biology minor Teacher, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Kurt Almasy ’69

Ed Podufal ’83

Political Science Appeals Attorney, U.S. Department of the Treasury

Chemistry Anesthesiologist, St. Vincent Health Systems

Jeff Downing ’83

Ben Rathfon ’05

Political Sciene & Spanish Assistant U.S. Attorney, U.S. Attorney’s Office

Political Science / Comm Arts and Economics minor Financial Advisor, Hefren-Tillotson, Inc.

Ken Gavrity ’98

Joe Wallace ’90

Economics / Communication Arts minor Senior Manager, Ernst & Young

Economics / Political Science minor Global Account Manager, Xerox Corporation

David Glabicki ’88

Tim Stearns ’91

Communication Arts / History minor Vice President, AIM Mutual Funds

Political Science Vice President of Marketing and Sales, Cellular One

Robert Hower ’68

Jacob Waltenbaugh ’96

Chemistry Surgeon, Allegheny Valley Hospital

Economics / Political Science minor Assistant Vice President, Dollar Bank

Eric Jackson ’01

William Wisniewski ’09

Political Science / English minor Asst. Council, Governor’s Office of General Council

Economics / Religious Studies minor Graduate Cancer Center, MD Anderson Cancer Center

Nathan Smith In addition to numerous alumni that have gone forward to start their own business, chair corporations, and serve as presidents and CEOs of various companies throughout the nation, many Allegheny graduates have pursued a career in golf as coaches and club professionals, including Abby Sorensen ‘12, who was named Head Coach at Gannon University following her graduation. One of the program’s most notable alums is Nathan Smith ‘01, who has built one of the most decorated careers in the history of amateur golf. In 2012, Smith joined legends Jack Nicklaus and Ben Hogan as one of 15 players in USGA history to win the same championship at least four times when he captured the Mid-Amateur Championship, which also resulted in his his fourth invitation to the Masters.


The golf program has a dedicated indoor practice area in the Wise Sports and Fitness Center complete with hitting cages, putting green and short game area. Players have access to the indoor practice facilities throughout the entire school year.

The Allegheny golf program has a Foresight Sports GC2 launch monitor along with Foresight Sports Simulation Software. This allows the Gators to hit on the driving range or play one of 14 championship courses including Oakmont, Pebble Beach, Carnoustie, Firestone, and Congressional. In addition, the program utilizes a V1 Golf coaching system that allows all team members to view and analyze their swings.


The Gators enjoy their own home course at The Country Club of Meadville, which is located just two miles north of campus. With plush tee boxes and well-manicured fairways, the Club has served as one of the region’s top courses for over 100 years.

COURSE MAP Men: 6,808 yds; par 72 Women: 5,385 yds; par 73


In addition to its home venue at The Country Club of Meadville, as well as nine other courses within close distance on which to play, Allegheny golf has been proud explorers of some of the game’s most prominent venues. In the past several years, the Gator program has toured some of the world’s most exclusive courses, including Old Prestwick in Ayrshire Scotland (site of the first British Open), Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania (site of 20 Major Championships) and Scioto in Columbus, Ohio (site of five PGA Championships).

The Old Course at St. Andrews (Scotland) Site of 27 Open Championships

El Campeon (Florida) Site of NCAA Championships

Scioto (Ohio) Site of five Major Championships

Oak Hill (New York) Site of 2013 PGA Championship

Achasta (Georgia) Site of Numerous Amateur Championships


Royal Aberdeen (Scotland) Sixth Oldest Course in the World Doonbeg (Ireland) 2010 European Golf Club of the Year

Ballybunion (Ireland) 7th Best Course in the World by Golf Digest

Turnberry (Scotland) Site of four Open Championships

Carnoustie Links (Scotland) Site of seven Open Championships


HEAD COACH JEFF GROFF THE GROFF FILE Hometown: Lancaster, Pa. Education: Bachelor’s-Business Administration, Millersville University, 1983; Master’s-Sports Administration, Kent State, 1985 Date announced as Allegheny Head Coach: June 1, 2001 Coaching Awards: 2011 NCAC Women’s Coach of the Year; 2009 GCAA Region Men’s Coach of the Year; 2008 NCGA Region Women’s Coach of the Year; 2006 NCAC Men’s Coach of the Year; 2005 NCAC Men’s Coach of the Year; 2004 GCAA Region Coach of the Year. Player Award Totals Men: All-American: 8, All-Region: 20, All-Conference: 32 Player Award Totals Women: All-American: 2, All-Region: 3, All-Conference: 9

Jeff Groff is in his 28th year at Allegheny and 12th as the head golf coach. He led his Gator men’s squad to the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament in each of his first five seasons -- part of a 30-year streak by the program, and has continued to keep Allegheny at the top of the regional rankings. Groff, who has served as head coach of the women’s program since its inception in 2006, has guided the Gators to unprecedented heights. In 2012, the Gators became the first team in the history of college golf to qualify for the NCAA Championships its first seven years as a varsity program. In the seven consecutive showings at nationals, the Gators have produced six top-10 finishes. In 2006, Groff became just the fifth coach in NCAA history to lead both the men’s and women’s teams to the NCAA Championships in the same year, while both teams also bagged a top-10 finish that season. In 2012, both teams fared well, although the women shined down the stretch as they rallied to finish ninth at the NCAA Championships following a victory over national runner-up DePauw at the second event of the NCAC Championship Series. The men finished fifth in the NCAC Championship Series, although the team picked up back-to-back victories late in the spring for the program’s first team titles in two years. The women’s squad earned its 2011 NCAA bid following another outstanding campaign in which it captured six tournament titles, including the inaugural North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Championship. The Gators, who were ranked as high as No. 4 in the national polls, captured their first league title by an astounding 98 strokes in five rounds of play. Individually, Hannah Schonau-Taylor secured medalist honors en route to NCAC Player of the Year, while Groff picked up the first NCAC Coach of the Year award on the women’s side. Under Groff’s tutelage, all five Allegheny players competing at the championships earned All-Conference honors. The team capped the season with a sixth-place finish at the NCAA Division III Championships, their highest finish at the national tournament in team history. “Any time a team gets a bid to the national playoffs, it is a testament to the program and what the players have done throughout the year,” Groff said. “...I’ll be honest, this was never the plan coming in. Our primary focus was on building a program. In a few short years, the ladies have created their own identity and tradition of excellence. It has been an exciting story to say the least.”

I believe that the attraction to Allegheny College is the combination of a superb education preparing for life after graduation while having the opportunity to participate in a nationally recognized golf program. Every facet of this program from facilities and schedules to equipment and transportation is structured to allow for the best possible experience. It is the commitment to do the very best that is the Allegheny Advantage. Over the last 10 seasons, eight athletes have earned All-America honors under Groff, including four-time winner Ben Rathfon, who was also the recipient of the Frank Fuhrer III Award as Western Pennsylvania’s top collegiate player in 2005. In 2006, freshman Chris Moore picked up the Phil Mickelson Award as the nation’s top freshman. Mike Wolfe earned PING/ All-America honors in 2009, while Oliver White became the most recent Gator to elicit All-America plaudits following a spectacular rookie season in 2011. In 2010, Liz Blyth became the first women’s player to net All-America accolades, a feat she replicated in 2011. In 2004, Groff was named the Eaton Golf Pride Mid-Atlantic Regional Coach of the Year (men) as he led the Gators to wins at both the fall and spring Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournaments. The following season, he picked up his first of three NCAC Coach of the Year honors as the squad won six events and captured runner-up at the conference championship. In 2008, Groff was also the National Golf Coaches Association East Region Coach of the Year (women). Groff is a 1983 graduate of Millersville (Pa.) University, where he played baseball and was an Academic All-American outfielder as a senior. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from his alma mater and went on to earn his master’s in sports administration from Kent State University in 1985. Groff has been a member of the NGCA Division III Awards Committee, the NGCA East Region Advisory Committee and the Golf Coaches Association of America Mid-Atlantic Regional Committee, where he served as the chairperson and voting member of the Golf World/Nike Golf Coaches Poll for several years. Currently, Groff holds a position on the Collegiate Players Tour (CPT) Advisory Board. A native of Lancaster, Pa., Groff attended Penn Manor High School, where he played varsity soccer, basketball and baseball. He also is an avid golfer and a student of the game. Groff is married to the former Chris Binnie, a 1989 Allegheny graduate.


2012-13 TEAM ROSTERS Allegheny Men’s Golf

Name

Cl.

Hometown/High School

Matt Chuba

Jr.

Sharpsville, Pa. / Sharpsville

A.J. Crofford

So.

North Canton, Ohio / Hoover

Patrick Fritz

Sr.

Brookville, Pa. / Brookville

Keith Hodgens

Fr.

Bradford, Tenn. / Bradford

Nick Joseph

Fr.

New Castle, Pa. / Neshannock

Jimmy Lasher

Fr.

Edinboro, Pa. / General McLane

Anthony Tebaldi

So.

Erie, Pa. / Cathedral Prep.

Oliver White

Jr.

Lower Gwynedd, Pa. / Heritage Academy

Samuel Zamet

So.

Babylon, N.Y. / Babylon

Allegheny Women’s Golf

Name

Cl.

Hometown/High School

Aly Ales

Fr.

Solon, Ohio / Solon

Liz Blyth

Sr.

Pittsford, N.Y. / Pittsford-Mendon

Ari Capotis

Fr.

Erie, Pa. / Mercyhurst Prep.

Alexis Crump

Fr.

Alliance, Ohio / Saint Thomas Aquinas

Naisy Flannery

Fr.

Andover, Mass. / Andover

Miranda Santucci

Jr.

Carnegie, Pa. / Winchester-Thurston School

Sarah Vorder Bruegge

Jr.

Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. / The Benjamin School

Lauren Wind

So.

North Canton, Ohio / Jackson

Roster Breakdown By Class

Roster Breakdown By State

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Men Seniors.............................................................................1 (P. Fritz) Juniors.........................................................2 (M. Chuba, O. White) Sophomores............................ 3 (A. Crofford, T. Tebaldi, S. Zamet) Freshmen...............................3 (K. Hodgens, N. Joseph, J. Lasher) Women Seniors........................................................................... 1 (L. Blyth) Juniors......................................2 (M. Santucci, S. Vorder Bruegge) Sophomores.................................................................. 1 (L. Wind) Freshmen..................4 (A. Ales, A. Capotis, A. Crump, N. Flannery)

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PLAYER PROFILES PATRICK FRITZ

OLIVER WHITE

Senior w Captain Brookville, Pa. / Brookville

Junior Lower Gwynedd, Pa. / Heritage Academy

2011-12: Sacked medalist honors behind a 36-hole career best of 147 (72-75) at the Bud Elwell Fall Classic hosted at the Peek’n Peak Upper Course in Clymer, N.Y.…named NCAC Player of the Week following effort...finished third overall to help pace an Allegheny victory at the Edward Jones Shootout (75-73=148)… boasted three top-five finishes and four top-10 finishes on the year…played 22 rounds with an average score of 78.5…delivered a solid three-day total of 222 (73-78-71) at the Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate Invitational…carded season-low two-under par 70 on the second day of the Guy Kuhn Invitational. 2010-11: Logged three top-10 finishes including a career-best sixth overall at the Fred B. Kravetz Invitational…finished in a tie for eighth while setting a 36-hole personal record of 150 (73-77)… enjoyed a terrific effort at the Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate Tournament (72-79-71=222) including a career-low one over par 71 in the final round…one of four players to appear in all 10 events…averaged 78.4 through 23 rounds of play. 2009-10: NCAC All-Conference Honorable Mention...logged four top-10 finishes, including a tie for fifth at the Ted Barclay Spring Invitational (74-79=153)...tied for seventh overall at the Mid-Atlantic Region Invitational (79-74=153)...shot a single-round low 72 at the Vulcan Invitational, while totaling a two-day personal record of 152...averaged 78.3 through 20 rounds.

MATT CHUBA

2011-12: Second Team All-NCAC…averaged a team-best 77.0 over 22 competitive rounds…manufactured five top-10 finishes… finished inside the top 20 in 10 of 11 events on the year…invited to compete in inaugural Patriot All-America Invitational against reigning All-Americans from all NCAA divisions…carded a two-over par 73 on final day of national tournament hosted in Litchfield Park, Ariz…authored outstanding effort en route to 19th overall at the Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate Invitational (70-75-72=217)…delivered two-day best of 149 (76-73) at the season-opening Guy Kuhn Invitational…tied for fifth at the Edward Jones Shootout (77-73=150) while leading the Gators to victory at the single-day Saint Vincent Invitational with a runner-up finish (78)…finished sixth overall at the Mason-Dixon Collegiate Classic (74-78=152). 2010-11: Third Team Division III PING All-America…Division III PING Mid-Atlantic All-Region…NCAC All-Conference Honorable Mention…three-time NCAC Player of the Week…authored five top-10 finishes in 10 events including two top-five performances…paced Allegheny to second-place finish at the Mid-Atlantic Region Invitational after finishing third on the individual leader board (80-74=154)…finished sensational third-place effort at the Guy W. Kuhn Invitational with a one-under par 143 (72-71)…closed at even par the following week en route to a seventh-place finish at the 54-hole Vulcan Invitational (71-71-74=216)…capped the fall slate with his third consecutive top-10 finish at the Nazareth Invitational (8th, 75-80=155)… averaged a team-best 75.5 in 23 rounds while posting an individual winning percentage of .808 (642-153).

Junior Sharpsville, Pa. / Sharpsville 2011-12: Played in four rounds while averaging a score of 87.0… carded an 84 while finishing 21st overall in the single-day Titan Invitational. 2010-11: Did not compete.

A.J. CROFFORD Sophomore North Canton, Ohio / Hoover 2011-12: Competed in eight rounds with an 83.0 stroke average… helped pace Allegheny to a victory at the Edward Jones Shootout with a 36-hole season best of 157 (80-77).

TONY TEBALDI Sophomore Erie, Pa. / Cathedral Prep 2011-12: Did not compete.

Matt Chuba


PLAYER PROFILES SAMUEL ZAMET Sophomore Babylon, N.Y. / Babylon 2011-12: Competed in six rounds with a stroke average of 82.0… posted 36-hole total of 160 (78-82) at the season-opening Guy Kuhn Invitational…helped pace Allegheny to team title at the Saint Vincent Invitational after tying for fifth with an 18-hole score of 79.

LIZ BLYTH

A.J. Crofford

Senior w Captain Pittsford, N.Y. / Pittsford-Mendon 2011-12: Second Team All-NCAC…led Allegheny with an average score of 80.8, marking the third-lowest season average in program history…recorded a team-best six top-10 finishes… captured medalist honors at the McDaniel Spring Invitational (79-77=156)…carded a tournament-best two-over par 74 in the final round en route to runner-up honors at the final event of the NCAC Championship Series (Oberlin Invitational)…delivered a season-best 36-hole total of 155 (77-78) while finishing sixth at the Pat Clouse Invitational hosted by Wittenberg…paced Allegheny at the NCAA Division III Championships after finishing 20th overall while establishing a program scoring record for a 72-hole tournament behind a total of 313 (79-79-78-77)...named NCAC Player of the Week (3/20) after leading Gators to an eighth-place team finish at the highly competitive Jekyll Island Collegiate Invitational. 2010-11: NCAA All-American…finished sixth overall at the NCAA Championships to author the top individual national finish in team history…paced Gators to sixth-place team finish at the NCAA Championships with a 54-hole total of 242 (84-78-80)…NCAC All-Conference First Team selection following third-place finish at the second event of the NCAC championship series…appeared in all 11 events during the year while logging seven top-10 finishes and six top-five performances…bagged medalist honors at the Nazareth Invitational (83-78=161)…posted best two-day score of 156 en route to second-place finish at O’Brien National Invitational earning O’Brien National Invitational All-Tournament honors… manufactured the highest individual winning percentage by an Allegheny player during the year (.820, 539-118)…averaged an 82.6 in 25 rounds of play.

MIRANDA SANTUCCI Junior Carnegie, Pa. / Winchester-Thurston 2011-12: First Team All-NCAC…surged at the perfect time, piecing together career performances in back-to-back weeks during the NCAC Championship Series…tied for fifth at the first NCAC event (Allegheny Spring Invitational) with a 10-stroke personal best of 164 (88-76)…finished third overall the following week at the second NCAC event (Oberlin Invitational) with a score of 158 (78-80)…finished seventh overall at the Nazareth Fall Invitational…tied for 68th at the NCAA Division III Championships with a score of 332 (82-83-83-84). 2010-11: Competed in four rounds while averaging 90.3…finished 26th out of 68 competitors at the Yellow Jacket Fall Invite in her first collegiate event (90-89—179)…missed most of the season due to injury.

2009-10: Finished 10th overall at the NCAA Championships, while becoming the first Gator to ever receive All Amercan Honors... carded her lowest round of the year at the Gannon Invitational (75)...Finished in the top-10 five times...closed fourth overall at the Martin & Wallace Invitational (161)...posted an 83.1 average in 19 rounds.

Liz Blyth


PLAYER PROFILES SARAH VORDER BRUEGGE Junior Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. / The Benjamin School 2011-12: Second Team All-NCAC…scoring average of 81.8 was second on the team and marked the fifth-lowest season average in team history…bagged five top-10 finishes including a third-place effort at the Nazareth Fall Invitational (84-88=172)…tied for 34th at the NCAA Division III Championships with a score of 318 (7980-82-77)…posted best 36-hole score en route to ninth overall at the Pat Clouse Invitational (78-78=156)…carded season-low 76 in opening round of the O’Brien National Invitational. 2010-11: NCAC First Team All-Conference…enjoyed four topfive finishes while closing inside the top 10 on six occasions… three-time NCAC Player of the Week selection…earned first career medalist honors at the first event in the NCAC championship series hosted by Wooster…posted best two-day score of 155 (76-79) en route to runner-up honors at the Otterbein Cardinal Classic… tied for 16th at the prestigious Jekyll Island Collegiate Invitational (81-84-78)…finished fourth overall at the Yellow Jacket Fall Invite in first college event (77-84=161)…averaged an 83.4 in 25 rounds of play.

Freshmen Profiles KEITH HODGENS Freshman Bradford, Tenn. / Bradford

NICK JOSEPH Freshman New Castle, Pa. / Neshannock

JIMMY LASHER Freshman Edinboro, Pa. / General McLane

ALY ALES Freshman Solon, Ohio / Solon

ARI CAPOTIS Freshman Erie, Pa. / Mercyhurst Prep

ALEXIS CRUMP Sarah Vorder Bruegge

Freshman Alliance, Ohio / Saint Thomas Aquinas

LAUREN WIND

NAISY FLANNERY

Sophomore North Canton, Ohio / Jackson

Freshman Andover, Mass. / Andover

2011-12: Played nine rounds with an average score of 96.6… shot a season-low 91 in the opening round of the O’Brien National Invitational…matched best two-day total with a 189 (96-93) at The Bump Invitational.


2011-12 Allegheny Men's Golf -- Season Statistics 2011-12 Allegheny Men's Golf -- Season Statistics

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2011-12 Allegheny Men's Golf 2011-12 Allegheny Men's Golf Season Statistics Season & Statistics 2011-12 Men’s Statistics Results

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SEASON STATISTICS

Low Par/Finish Top Rel. Career Low Par/Finish Top Rel. Career Rounds Strokes Round Rounds Events 1 5 10 To Par Average Rounds Strokes Average Player Rounds Strokes Round Rounds Events 1 5 10 To Par Average Rounds Strokes Average Oliver White 22 1695 70 1 11 - 2 5 +6 77.0 Oliver White 22 1695 70 1 11 - 2 5 +6 77.0 Matthew Donahoe 22 1717 73 11 - 2 5 +7 78.0 Matthew Donahoe 22 1717 73 11 - 2 5 +7 78.0 Patrick Fritz 22 1728 70 2 11 1 3 4 +7 78.5 Patrick Fritz 22 1728 70 2 11 1 3 4 +7 78.5 Evan Duffey 2 158 77 1 - +7 79.0 Evan Duffey 2 158 77 1 - +7 79.0 Rob Hippert 20 1586 73 10 - - 3 +8 79.3 Rob Hippert 20 1586 73 10 - - 3 +8 79.3 Conor Mahoney 7 572 78 4 - +10 81.7 Conor Mahoney 7 572 78 4 - +10 81.7 Michael Richards 22 1799 73 11 - 1 1 +10 81.8 Michael Richards 22 1799 73 11 - 1 1 +10 81.8 Samuel Zamet 6 492 78 4 - 1 1 +11 82.0 Samuel Zamet 6 492 78 4 - 1 1 +11 82.0 A.J. Crofford 8 664 77 5 - +12 83.0 A.J. Crofford 8 664 77 5 - +12 83.0 Sam Palmer 4 336 77 3 - +12 84.0 Sam Palmer 4 336 77 3 - +12 84.0 Trey Carbeau 4 341 78 3 - +14 85.3 Trey Carbeau 4 341 78 3 - +14 85.3 Matt Chuba 4 348 84 3 - +15 87.0 Matt Chuba 4 348 84 3 - +15 87.0 Rob Hibbert - Rob Hibbert - FOUR-PLAYER TEAM 22 6862 293 3 11 1 9 19 +26 311.9 Oliver White holds FOUR-PLAYER TEAM 22 6862 293 3 11 1 9 19 +26 311.9 Player

up a signed Arnold Palmer flag as the men’s golf team celebrates a tournament title on the legend’s own course at the Saint Vincent Invitational.

Tournament

2011-12

Dates Rounds Place Teams Players Par Score Tournament Dates Rounds Place Teams Players Par Score 2 3 19 104 +25 601 Guy W. Kuhn Invitational 09/18-19/2011 Guy W. Kuhn Invitational 09/18-19/2011 2 3 19 104 +25 601 2 3 13 68 +40 616 Bud Elwell Fall Classic 09/25-26/2011 Bud Elwell Fall Classic 09/25-26/2011 2 3 13 68 +40 616 2 6 14 70 +51 627 Mason-Dixon Collegiate Classic 10/8-9/2011 Mason-Dixon Collegiate Classic 10/8-9/2011 2 6 14 70 +51 627 2 3 6 39 +80 648 Nazareth Fall Invitational 10/16-17/2011 Nazareth Fall Invitational 10/16-17/2011 2 3 6 39 +80 648 1 3 10 66 +35 323 Titan Invitational 3/26/2012 Titan Invitational 3/26/2012 1 3 10 66 +35 323 3 14 15 75 +53 901 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate Invite 3/30-4/1/2012 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate Invite 3/30-4/1/2012 3 14 15 75 +53 901 2 4 15 78 +96 664 Mid-Atlantic Region Invitational 4/8-9/2012 Mid-Atlantic Region Invitational 4/8-9/2012 2 4 15 78 +96 664 2 1 7 45 +44 604 Edward Jones Shootout 4/14-15/2012 Allegheny Women's Golf -- Season Statistics Page 1 of 1604 Edward Jones Shootout 4/14-15/2012 2 1 7 45 +44 2011-12 Allegheny Women's Golf -Season Statistics Page 1 1 11 57 +35 319 Saint Vincent Invitational 4/19/2012 Saint Vincent Invitational 4/19/2012 1 1 11 57 +35 319 2 5 10 50 +48 624 Allegheny Spring Invitational (NCAC #1) 4/21-22/2012 Allegheny Spring Invitational (NCAC #1) 4/21-22/2012 2 5 10 50 +48 624 3 5 10 49 +71 935 Oberlin Invitational (NCAC #2) 4/28-29/2012 Oberlin Invitational (NCAC #2) 4/28-29/2012 3 5 10 49 +71 935

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2011-122011-12 Allegheny Women's Golf Allegheny Women's Golf Season Statistics 2011-12 Women’s Season StatisticsStatistics & Results

Low Par/Finish Top Rel. Career Low Par/Finish Top Rel. Career Rounds Strokes Round Rounds Events 1 5 10 To Par Average Rounds Strokes Average Rounds Strokes Round Rounds Events 1 5 10 To Par Average Rounds Strokes Average Liz Blyth 24 1940 74 11 1 3 6 +9 80.8 Liz Blyth 24 1940 74 11 1 3 6 +9 80.8 President Mullen, an avid supporter of Allegheny golf, Sarah Vorder Bruegge 24 1963 76 11 - 1 5 +10 81.8 Sarah Vorder Bruegge 24 1963 76 11 - 1 5 +10 81.8 Lauren Wind and Abby Sorensen at the 2012 NCAC Lauren Hammell 24 1964 76 11 1 4 4 +10 81.8 Lauren Hammell 24 1964 76 11 1 4 4 +10 81.8 Championships. Miranda Santucci 22 1885 76 10 - 2 3 +14 85.7 Miranda Santucci 22 1885 76 10 - 2 3 +14 85.7 Abby Sorensen 24 2074 78 11 - 1 +14 86.4 Abby Sorensen 24 2074 78 11 - 1 +14 86.4 Michelle Magagna 9 837 87 5 +21 93.0 Michelle Magagna 9 837 87 5 +21 93.0 Lauren Wind 9 869 91 5 +25 96.6 Lauren Wind 9 869 91 5 +25 96.6 FOUR-PLAYER FOUR-PLAYER 24 7852 310 11 2 10 19 +39 327.2 TEAM 24 7852 310 11 2 10 19 +39 327.2 TEAM Player

Player

Tournament

Dates Rounds Place Teams Players Par Score Tournament Dates Rounds Place Teams Players 2 7 10 61 +79 655 O'Brien National Invitational 09/10-11/2011 O'Brien National Invitational 09/10-11/2011 2 7 10 61 2 6 20 105 +57 633 Michael Corbett Fall Classic 09/18-19/2011 Michael Corbett Fall Classic 09/18-19/2011 2 6 20 105 1 3 11 60 +43 335 Allegheny Invitational 10/2-3/2011 Allegheny Invitational 10/2-3/2011 1 3 11 60 2 4 15 92 +78 646 Pat Clouse Invitational 10/8-9/2011 Pat Clouse Invitational 10/8-9/2011 2 4 15 92 2 1 5 24 +118 686 Nazareth Fall Invitational 10/16-17/2011 Nazareth Fall Invitational 10/16-17/2011 2 1 5 24 3 8 21 112 +124 988 Jekyll Island Collegiate Invitational 3/16-18/2012 Jekyll Island Collegiate Invitational 3/16-18/2012 3 8 21 112 2 1 13 60 +100 676 McDaniel Spring Invitational 3/31-4/1/2012 McDaniel Spring Invitational 3/31-4/1/2012 2 1 13 60 2 1 15 90 +87 663 The Bump Invitational 4/14-15/2012 The Bump Invitational 4/14-15/2012 2 1 15 90 2 2 7 33 +72 656 Allegheny Spring Invitational (NCAC #1) 4/21-22/2012 Allegheny Spring Invitational (NCAC #1) 4/21-22/2012 2 2 7 33 2 1 7 33 +61 637 Oberlin College Invitational (NCAC #2) 4/28-29/2012 Oberlin College Invitational (NCAC #2) 4/28-29/2012 2 1 7 33 4 9 19 101 +125 1277 NCAA Division III Championships 5/8-11/2012 NCAA Division III Championships 5/8-11/2012 4 9 19 101

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w Six Tournament Wins w Three National All-Scholar Recipients w Crawford Award (Team with Highest GPA) w Four All-NCAC Performers

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Golf legend Arnold Palmer, who was awarded an Honorary degree at Allegheny’s 197th Commencement Ceremony, met with the Gators throughout the weekend.


MEN’S TEAM RECORDS Single Season Scoring Average 1. Nathan Smith 2. Nathan Smith 3. Chris Moore 4. Nathan Smith 5. Matt Clarke Bob Bradley 7. Ben Rathfon Ben Rathfon 9. Ben Rathfon Oliver White

73.2 (1998-99) 73.6 (2000-01) 74.15 (2005-06) 74.3 (1997-98) 75.3 (1980-81) 75.3 (1980-81) 75.4 (2002-03) 75.4 (2003-04) 75.5 (2004-05) 75.5 (2010-11)

Single Round Records 1. Chris Moore 2. Nathan Smith 3. John Brumberg Drew Moore John Wiler 6. Nick Mahramas Joseph Zumpella 8. Billy Wisniewski Ben Rathfon Nick Mahramas John Jones 11. Eight players tied

1983 NCAA Division III Champions 64 (9/17/05) 65 (9/20/97) 66 (4/29/05) 66 (10/5/04) 66 (4/30/93) 67 (9/29/98) 67 (3/31/01) 68 (9/29/07) 68 (4/2/05) 68 (4/4/97) 68 (4/21/77) 69 (15 times)

Lowest 36-Hole Total 1. Chris Moore 2. Nathan Smith Bobby Ruffing Joe Salvaggio 5. Billy Wisniewski Mike Wolfe John Brumberg 8. Oliver White Kevin Day Chris Moore Ben Rathfon David Whitaker Mike Gasper Mike Korenoski John Wiler

136 (9/17-18/05) 141 (9/17-18/00) 141 (5/5-6/95) 141 (4/30-5/1/93) 142 (9/29-30/07) 142 (9/24-25/06) 142 (10/9-10/05) 143 (9/19-20/10) 143 (9/21-22/08) 143 (9/25-26/06) 143 (10/30-31/04) 143 (4/21-22/01) 143 (9/28-29/98) 143 (10/1-2/95) 143 (4/30-5/1/93)

All-America Scholar-Athletes Fred Earnes.......................................................................................... 1986 David Stockman................................................................................... 1994 John Wiler.................................................................................. 1994, 1995 Michael Korenoski................................................................................ 1996 Eric Jackson......................................................................................... 2000 Nathan Smith............................................................................. 2000, 2001 Edward Ambrose.................................................................................. 2001 Darren Eades........................................................................................ 2004 Corey Shemelya................................................................................... 2008 Billy Wisniewski................................................................................... 2008 Tony Briggs.......................................................................................... 2009 Matt Donahoe............................................................................ 2011, 2012

Holes-In-One 1. Dave Hagstrom 2. Joe Salvaggio 3. Bobby Ruffing

* Recorded in the final round of the 1983 NCAA Division III Championship. Allegheny won the national title by two strokes.

Lowest 54-Hole Total 1. Oliver White 2. Chris Moore Nick Mahramas 4. Oliver White 5. Matt Donahoe Nathan Smith 7. Six players tied

217 (3/30-4/1/12) 218 (4/28-29/06) 218 (3/29-31/97) 219 (3/27-29/11) 221 (3/26-28/10) 221 (10/9-11/99) 222 (six times)

(5/20/83)* (3/30/95) (5/6/95)

1998 Gators Place Third at the NCAA Championships


MEDALIST HONORS 1951-52 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1976-77 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1986-87 1990-91 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95

Allegheny Invitational Allegheny Invitational vs. Gannon vs. Slippery Rock vs. Thiel & John Carroll vs. Case & Thiel vs. Case/Western Reserve vs. Westminster vs. Thiel vs. Western Reserve vs. Wayne St/Slippery Rock vs. W&J and Bethany vs. Grove City vs. Thiel vs. Case/Western Reserve vs. W&J/Case vs. Bethany vs. Western Reserve vs. John Carroll vs. Case/Western Reserve vs. Slippery Rock vs. Wash & Jeff vs. W&J/Bethany vs. Case/Western Reserve vs. Pitt/Grove City vs. Thiel/John Carroll vs. Case/Western Reserve vs. Thiel vs. Grove City vs. Gannon vs. Hiram/Baldwin Wallace vs. Grove City vs. Pitt vs. Hiram vs. Carnegie Mellon vs. Case Tech vs. Hiram/Case vs. Thiel/Robert Morris vs. Carnegie Mellon vs. Hiram/John Carroll/Thiel Malone Invitational Allegheny Invitational PAC Championship RIT Tournament Wooster Invitational PAC Championship Youngstown Tournament Griffin Motors Invitational NCAA Championship Allegheny Invitational PAC Championship John Carroll Tournament Slippery Rock Invitational Slippery Rock Tournament Griffin Motors Invitational Edinboro Tournament Allegheny Invitational Clarion Classic Guy Kuhn Invitational Hal Hansen Memorial Gannon Invitational Wooster Invitational Binghamton Classic

Carl Danielson 75 Pierce Harper 77 Pierce Harper 76 Pierce Harper 78 Pierce Harper 75 Andy Sheffler 76 Pierce Harper 77 Mike Staren 72 Pete Lindstrom 77 Steve Beinhauer 78 Jack Davis 75 Jim Davis 73 Jack Davis & M. Staren 80 Andy Sheffler 73 Mike Staren 77 Wally Edgecombe 80 Mike Williams 77 Skip Snyder 81 Jack Gornall 73 Jack Gornall 75 Skip Snyder 72 Skip Snyder 72 Jack Gornall 75 Jack Gornall 74 Jack Gornall 79 J. Gornall & J. Bogniard 82 Tom Frampton 79 John Bogniard 72 Jack Gornall 72 Tom Frampton 80 John Bogniard 72 Curt Almasy 76 Mark Pirozzi 74 Mark Pirozzi 76 Tom Frampton 76 Larry Holman 77 Bill Watt 76 John Jones 70 Bill Watt 70 John Jones 68 John Jones & T. Hantke 72 Greg Stone 70 John Jones & B. Watt 146 Ed Podufal Robert Bradley Ed Podufal 154 Ed Podufal Matt Clarke Matt Clarke 297 Greg Bergholtz 70 Matt Clarke Greg Bergholtz Scott Sundstrom George Laskey 73 Joe Salvaggio 141 Ryan Garrity 74 (T) Joe Salvaggio Joe Salvaggio Ryan Garrity 73 Joe Salvaggio 152 John Wiler John Wiler 150 Mike Korenoski

1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2011-12

NCAC Championship Slippery Rock Invitational Bud Elwell Invitational NCAC Championship Gannon (Elwell) Invitational NCAA Championship NCAC Championship DII Stress-Less Classic Binghamton Invitational Slippery Rock Invitational Edinboro Tournament Mount Union Invitational Guy Kuhn Memorial Spring Classic at Hershey Kravitz Invitational NCAC Championship Denison Spring Classic IUP Invitational Mount Union Invitational St. Leo’s Tournament W.Va. Wesleyan Hal Hansen Invitational Eckerd College Invitational Kenyon Cup Invitational Cross Creek Apparel Classic Griffin Motors Invitational NCAC Championship Westminster Invitational Westminster Invitational Ocean City Classic Bob Raymond Invitational Griffin Motors Invitational NCAC Championship Nazareth Invitational I.U.P. Invitational Kenyon Cup Invitational Mid-Atlantic Regional Carnegie Mellon Invitational Ocean City Classic Guy Kuhn Invitational Mercyhurst Invitational Griffin Motors Invitational W&J Invitational Peter Rossin Memorial Wittenberg Invitational Ocean City Classic Westminster Invitational Mid-Atlantic Regional NCAC Championship Hiram Invitational Griffin Motors Invitational Wittenberg Invitational Guy Kuhn Memorial Griffin Motors Invitational Muhlenberg Invitational Bud Elwell Fall Classic

Bobby Ruffing Bobby Ruffing John Wiler Mike Gasper Bob Ruffing Mike Korenoski Bob Ruffing Mike Gasper Bob Ruffing Nathan Smith Nathan Smith Mike Gasper Nathan Smith Nathan Smith Nathan Smith Nathan Smith David Whitaker David Whitaker Nathan Smith Nathan Smith Nathan Smith Nathan Smith Patrick Keating Richard Jones David Whitaker David Whitaker Nathan Smith Ben Rathfon David Whitaker Ben Rathfon David Whitaker Ben Rathfon Ben Rathfon Joe Zumpella Patrick Keating Ben Rathfon Ben Rathfon Ben Rathfon Ben Rathfon Drew Moore Ben Rathfon Ben Rathfon Ben Rathfon Ben Rathfon Chris Moore Chris Moore Chris Moore Chad Kosanovic Chris Moore Chad Kosanovic Mike Wolfe Chris Moore Christian Goetz Billy Wisniewski Kyle Jastromb Patrick Fritz

141 72 74 75 73 143 151 154 149 65 70 146 69 144 147 144 149 73 146 77 141 149 74 147 154 143 147 76 (T) 76 (T) 145 75 146 150 147 70 145 150 73 143 66 74 72 70 68 136 146 71 150 218 148 142 145 69 142 150 147


WOMEN’S TEAM RECORDS Single Season Scoring Average - Women 1. Kellie Gustas 2. Jaime Reints 3. Liz Blyth 4. Hannah Schonau-Taylor 5. Sarah Vorder Bruegge Lauren Hammell 7. Hannah Schonau-Taylor 8. Liz Blyth 9. Laura Hilger 10. Liz Blyth

80.33 (2007-08) 80.77 (2008-09) 80.80 (2011-12) 80.89 (2008-09) 81.80 (2011-12) 81.80 (2011-12) 82.40 (2010-11) 82.60 (2010-11) 82.88 (2008-09) 83.10 (2009-10)

Single Round Records - Women 1. Laura Hilger 2. Hannah Schonau-Taylor 3. Laura Hilger Alison Bruckner 5. Liz Blyth Hannah Schonau-Taylor 7. Liz Blyth Courtney Klein Hannah Schonau-Taylor Lisa Coleman

71 (9/20/10) 72 (9/21/09) 73 (10/3/09) 73 (9/22/05) 74 (4/29/12) 74 (10/8/09) 75 (9/19/11) 75 (9/19/10) 75 (9/11/10) 75 (4//08)

The 2011 Gators Finished Sixth at the NCAA Division III Championships All-America Scholar Athletes Lauren Torso........................................................................................ 2006 Laura Hilger........................................................... 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Courtney Klein............................................................................ 2010, 2011 Lauren Hammell..................................................... 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Abby Sorensen........................................................................... 2011, 2012

Lowest 36-Hole Total - Women 1. Hannah Schonau-Taylor 2. Hannah Schonau-Taylor 3. Hannah Schonau-Taylor 4. Hannah Schonau-Taylor Lauren Hammell Lisa Coleman 7. Liz Blyth Sarah Vorder Bruegge Julia Wears Alison Bruckner Kellie Gustas

148 (9/20-21/09) 150 (9/13-14/08) 153 (9/11-12/10) 154 (4/25-26/09) 154 (9/20-21/08) 154 (10/7-8/07) 155 (10/8-9/11) 155 (4/9-10/11) 155 (4/25-26/09) 155 (10/7-8/07) 155 (9/22-23/07)

Holes-In-One 1. Laura Burkholder 2. Lauren Hammell 3. Courtney Klein 4. Laura Hilger

(4/12/08) (10/5/08) (9/14/09) (10/11/10)

Allegheny Qualified for the NCAA Championships in its Inaugural Season (2006)

Allegheny’s First Known Women’s Golfer Nancy Johnston in 1951


MEDALIST HONORS/NCAA RESULTS NCAA Individual Finishes

Hannah Schonau-Taylor Earned Medalist Honors a Program-Record Five Times Medalist Honors 2005-06 Penn State Behrend Westminster Invitational Gannon Invitational 2006-07 Allegheny Invitational 2007-08 William Smith Invitational McDaniel Fall Invitational McDaniel Spring Invitational 2008-09 William Smith Invitational Allegheny Invitational McDaniel Invitational* Mercyhurst Invitational 2009-10 Mercyhurst Invitational Allegheny Invitational Grove City Invitational 2010-11 Allegheny Invitational Nazareth Invitational NCAC Championship #1 2011-12 McDaniel Spring Invitational Nazareth Fall Invitational * - 27 holes

Alison Bruckner Erin Winings Lisa Coleman Alison Bruckner Kellie Gustas Kellie Gustas Lisa Coleman Hannah Schonau-Taylor Laura Hilger Hannah Schonau-Taylor Hannah Schonau-Taylor Hannah Schonau-Taylor Hannah Schonau-Taylor Lauren Hammell Lauren Hammell Liz Blyth Sarah Vorder Bruegge Liz Blyth Lauren Hammell

73 81 84 77 166 165 162 150 77 119 154 148 74 76 159 161 166 156 162

At Allegheny's 197th Commencement ceremony, Abby Sorensen ‘12 was named class valedictorian. Sorensen, who was a two-time Doane Scholar and threetime Distinguished Alden Scholar, graduated with a degree in women's studies and a minor in political science while carrying a 3.95 cumulative gradepoint average. Sorensen’s honor marked the third time in four years that Allegheny’s class valedictorian had been a dedicated member of a varsity sports team, while she became the first golfer and 10th student-athlete since 1986 to earn the prestigious academic title.

2006 Alison Bruckner Jaime Reints Lisa Coleman Erin Winnings Lauren Torso

9th 1419 31st 343 44th 353 44th 353 54th 370 57th 386

2007 Jaime Reints Alison Bruckner Lisa Coleman Lauren Torso Kim Elam

11th 1391 38th 337 43rd 338 60th 352 79th 364 95th 376

2008 Jaime Reints Lisa Coleman Alison Bruckner Julia Wears Laura Burkholder

9th 1299 16th 313 41st 325 46th 327 73rd 334 80th 337

2009 Jaime Reints Laura Hilger Lauren Hammell Hannah Schonau-Taylor Julia Wears

7th 1320 27th 327 27th 327 45th 332 54th 334 54th 334

2010 Liz Blyth Laura Hilger Julia Wears Lauren Hammell Hannah Schonau-Taylor

9th 1356 10th 323 36th 340 59th 351 62nd 352 81st 363

2011* Liz Blyth Hannah Schonau-Taylor Sarah Vorder Bruegge Lauren Hammell Courtney Klein

6th 1002 6th 242 31st 253 31st 253 49th 259 67th 263

2012 Liz Blyth Lauren Hammell Sarah Vorder Bruegge Miranda Santucci Abby Sorensen

9th 1277 20th 313 34th 318 34th 318 68th 332 88th 344

*Three rounds


POSTSEASON HONORS All-Americans

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships

All-Region

Men James Allen..........................1977, 78, 79, 80 Greg Stone......................................... 1977, 78 Bill Watt....................................... 1977, 78, 80 John Jones................................................1979 Phil Rybecky............................................ 1980 Jack Cline................................................. 1981 Bob Orr..................................................... 1981 Ed Podufal.................................. 1981, 82, 83 Matt Clarke........................................1982, 83 Dave Hagstrom...........................1982, 83, 84 Fred Eames........................................1985, 86 Dave Chuba.......................................1987, 88 Sam Wiley................................................ 1988 George Laskey......................................... 1991 Jim Swanson......................................1991, 92 John Wiler..........................................1994, 95 Joe Salvaggio........................................... 1996 Mike Korenoski........................................1997 Bobby Ruffing...........................................1997 Mike Gasper......................................1997, 98 Nick Mahramas....................................... 1998 David Whitaker........................................ 1999 Nathan Smith...................... 1998, 99, 00, 01 Ben Rathfon......................... 2002, 03, 04, 05 Drew Denton............................................ 2006 Chris Moore............................................. 2006 Mike Wolfe............................................... 2009 Oliver White............................................. 2011

Men James Allen............................................. 1980 Nathan Smith.......................................... 2001

Men Ed Ambrose..............................................2000 John Brumberg.........................................2005 Darren Eades............................................2004 Matt Donahoe.......................................... 2010 Ryan Garrity..............................................1994 Mike Gasper............................1996, 97, 98, 99 George Geregach.....................................1991 Dave Glabicki............................................1988 Christian Goetz............................2007, 08, 09 Kyle Jastromb...........................................2008 Chad Kosanovic........................................2006 George Laskey.............................1990, 91, 92 Dave Lester...............................................2003 Nick Mahramas...........................1997, 98, 99 Chris Moore..............................................2006 Gary Occhino............................................1998 Ben Rathfon.............................2002, 03, 04, 05 Bobby Ruffing........................................... 1997 Joe Salvaggio..................................... 1995, 96 Nathan Smith........................... 1998, 99, 00, 01 Jim Swanson................................1990, 91, 92 Marc Voyto...................................1989, 91, 92 David Whitaker............................2000, 01, 02 Oliver White..............................................2011 John Wiler.......................................... 1994, 95 Sam Wiley.......................................... 1988, 89 Mike Wolfe...................................2007, 08, 09 Joe Zumpella............................................2001 Ryan Zurowski..........................................2004

NCAA National Champion Men Matt Clarke.............................................. 1983

NCAA National Runner-Up Men Dave Hagstrom........................................ 1983 Nathan Smith.......................................... 2001

NCAA Rookie of the Year Men Chris Moore............................................. 2006

Women Liz Blyth..............................................2010, 11

Women Jaime Reints............................................ 2009 Hannah Schonau-Taylor....................2009, 10

Matt Clarke NCAA Regional Player of the Year Men Bobby Ruffing.......................................... 1998 Nathan Smith....................................1999, 01

NCAA Regional Rookie of the Year Oliver White

Men John Wiler................................................ 1992 Ben Rathfon............................................. 2002 Chris Moore............................................. 2006

NCAA Regional Coach of the Year Men Jeff Groff............................................2004, 09 Women Jeff Groff.................................................. 2008

Jaime Reints


POSTSEASON HONORS All-Conference

All-Conference

NCAA Championship History

Men - First Team Greg Bergholtz............................................ 1985 John Brumberg........................................... 2005 Drew Denton............................................... 2005 Matt Donahoe....................................... 2010, 11 Darren Eades............................................... 2004 Fred Eames................................................. 1986 Patrick Fritz................................................. 2011 Ryan Garrity................................................ 1994 Mike Gasper.................................... 1996, 98, 99 Ray Glabicki................................................ 1993 Christian Goetz................................ 2007, 08, 09 Tim Hutton.................................................. 1990 Eric Jackson................................................ 2000 Kyle Jastromb............................................. 2008 Mike Korenoski........................................... 1996 George Laskey............................................ 1991 Ron Leppert................................................ 1986 Nick Mahramas..................................... 1997, 99 Chris Moore.......................................... 2006, 07 Gary Occhino.............................................. 1998 Ben Rathfon.................................... 2002, 03, 05 Bobby Ruffing................................. 1995, 97, 98 Joe Salvaggio........................................ 1995, 96 Nathan Smith.................................. 1998, 99, 01 Scott Sundstrom................................... 1985, 86 Jim Swanson........................................ 1991, 92 Marc Voyto.................................................. 1991 David Whitaker................................ 1999, 01, 02 John Wiler............................................. 1993, 95 Mike Wolfe............................................ 2008, 09 Joe Zumpella............................................... 2001

Women - First Team Liz Blyth...................................................... 2011 Lauren Hammell.................................... 2011, 12 Courtney Klein............................................. 2011 Miranda Santucci........................................ 2012 Hannah Schonau-Taylor.............................. 2011 Sarah Vorder Bruegge................................. 2011

Men 1977.............................................................. 4th 1978............................................................. 2nd 1979..............................................................3rd 1980..............................................................3rd 1981.............................................................. 4th 1982.............................................................. 4th 1983.............................................................. 1st 1984.............................................................. 9th 1985............................................................ 10th 1986.............................................................. 9th 1987............................................................ 13th 1988.............................................................. 6th 1989............................................................ 11th 1990............................................................ 21st 1991.............................................................. 6th 1992.............................................................. 5th 1993............................................................ 10th 1994............................................................ 11th 1995............................................................ 11th 1996............................................................ 13th 1997.............................................................. 4th 1998..............................................................3rd 1999.............................................................. 8th 2000.............................................................. 9th 2001.............................................................. 8th 2002............................................................ 17th 2003............................................................ 19th 2004............................................................ 19th 2005............................................................ 16th 2006............................................................ 10th

Men - Second Team Dave Chuba..................................... 1986, 87, 88 Drew Denton............................................... 2006 Matt Donahoe............................................. 2012 Fred Eames................................................. 1985 Mike Flickinger............................................ 2010 Dave Glabicki.............................................. 1987 Rob Hippert................................................. 2010 Kyle Jastromb............................................. 2006 Mike Korenoski........................................... 1997 Chad Kosanovic.......................................... 2006 George Laskey............................................ 1992 Dave Lester........................................... 2002, 03 Gary Occhino.............................................. 1996 Ben Rathfon................................................ 2004 Joe Salvaggio.............................................. 1994 Nathan Smith.............................................. 2000 Dave Stockman........................................... 1994 Jim Swanson........................................ 1989, 90 Marc Voyto.................................................. 1992 D.J. Wallace................................................ 1987 Oliver White................................................ 2012 John Wiler................................................... 1994 Sam Wiley....................................... 1987, 88, 89 Mike Wolfe............................................ 2006, 07 Men - Honorable Mention Patrick Fritz................................................. 2010 Oliver White................................................ 2011

Women - Second Team Liz Blyth...................................................... 2012 Sarah Vorder Bruegge................................. 2012

NCAC Player of the Year Men Ben Rathfon.......................................... 2003, 05 Joe Salvaggio.............................................. 1996 John Wiler................................................... 1995 Women Hannah Schonau-Taylor.............................. 2011

NCAC Tournament Medalist Men Chris Moore................................................ 2006 Ben Rathfon................................................ 2002 Nathan Smith.................................. 1998, 99, 01 Mike Gasper................................................ 1996 Bobby Ruffing....................................... 1995, 97 Women Hannah Schonau-Taylor.............................. 2011

NCAC Coach of the Year Men Jeff Groff............................................... 2005, 06 Rick Creehan......................................... 1998, 01 Norm Sundstrom................ 1986, 91, 95, 96, 97 Women Jeff Groff..................................................... 2011

Women 2006 (Inaugural Season)............................... 9th 2007............................................................ 11th 2008.............................................................. 9th 2009.............................................................. 7th 2010.............................................................. 9th 2011.............................................................. 6th 2012.............................................................. 9th

Conference Championships Men (NCAC) 1986, 1991, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2006 Men (PAC) 1961, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 Women (NCAC) 2011

Norm Sundstrom

Throughout the 1980’s and 90’s, Norm Sundstrom was a nine-time District II Coach of the Year and a 14time PAC Coach of the Year. In 1983, he was named NCAA National Coach of the Year, while he became one the first Division III coach inducted into the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) Hall of Fame.


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1933-34 Alliance L 2 1/2-6 1/2 Gannon L 4-14 W. S. Tippin (3-1) Allegheny Invitational 4th of 10 Allegheny Invitational 1st of 13 Grove City L 1-14 Grove City W 8-7 1950-51 1958-59 Edinboro W 10-5 Louis S. Daddio (5-3) John R. Chuckran (8-2-2) Edinboro W 12-3 Behrend W 9-0 Western Reserve W 10-6 Geneva W 5-4 Case T 8-8 1934-35 (0-4-1) Alliance W 5-1 Case W 11 1/2-4 1/2 Grove City L 1 1/2-7 1/2 Westminster L 0-9 Thiel W 10-6 Geneva L 2-4 Slippery Rock L 3-6 John Carroll W 10-6 Carnegie Tech L 2-16 Edinboro W 16 1/2 - 1 1/2 Thiel W 11 1/2-4 1/2 Grove City L 5-13 Gannon W 10-5 Slippery Rock W 17 1/2-6 1/2 Geneva T 3-3 Grove City L 7 1/2 - 10 1/2 Bethany W 9-7 Allegheny Invitational 2nd of 7 W & J L 6 1/2-9 1/2 1935-36 Westminster L 2 1/2-15 1/2 H. T. Lavely (2-4-2) 1951-52 Gannon T 9-9 Westminster W 9-3 Allegheny Invitational 1st of 8 Grove City W 10-8 Geneva L 1-5 PAC Championship 5th of 8 Thiel T 6-6 1952-53 Grove City L 4-8 Allegheny Invitational 7th of 10 1959-60 Geneva L 2 1/2-9 1/2 John R. Chuckran (3-4-1) Carnegie Tech L 5-7 1953-54 Westminster W 18 1/2-5 1/2 Thiel T 6-6 Allegheny Invitational 5th of 11 John Carroll L 3 1/2-12 1/2 Grove City W 3 1/2-2 1/2 Western Reserve L 6 1/2-9 1/2 1954-55 Bethany T 8-8 1936-37 (4-2) Bethany W 12 1/2-3 1/2 H. T. Lavely (4-1-1) Grove City L 4 1/2-13 1/2 W & J W 8 1/2-7 1/2 Thiel T 3-3 Slippery Rock L 2 1/2-6 1/2 Thiel L 7 1/2-8 1/2 Westminster W 4-2 Thiel W 18-0 Grove City L 1-6 Geneva W 6-0 Edinboro W 8-4 PAC Championship 5th of 8 Thiel L 3 1/2-8 1/2 Behrend Center W 3 1/2-2 1/2 Geneva W 6-0 Westminster W 9 1/2-8 1/2 1960-61 Westminster W 4-2 Allegheny Invitational 1st of 13 John R. Chuckran (5-2-1) Grove City L 1-6 1937-38 1955-56 Bethany W 11-5 Allegheny Invitational 1st of 6 (4-2) W & J L 7 1/2-8 1/2 Gannon L 7 1/2-10 1/2 Wayne State W 11-9 1938-39 Grove City L 8 1/2-9 1/2 Slippery Rock W 13-7 Allegheny Invitational 5th of 8 Slippery Rock W 6-3 Western Reserve W 13 1/2-2 1/2 Edinboro W 9 1/2-2 1/2 John Carroll W 9 1/2-6 1/2 1939-40 Thiel W 11 1/2-6 1/2 Thiel T 8-8 Allegheny Invitational 7th of 8 Westminster W 12 1/2-5 1/2 PAC Championship 1st of 8 Allegheny Invitational 5th of 12 1940-41 1962 Allegheny Invitational 6th of 8 1956-57 John R. Chuckran (6-1-1) Winfield Zehrung (4-3) Bethany W 15 1/2-4 1/2 1941-42 Edinboro W 14 1/2-3 1/2 W & J W 10 1/2-9 1/2 Allegheny Invitational 4th of 7 Grove City L 5-13 Western Reserve W 13-3 Slippery Rock W 10-8 Case T 8-8 1947-48 Case L 5 1/2-6 1/2 Thiel W 10 1/2-5 1/2 Allegheny Invitational 7th of 8 Thiel W 14-4 Grove City W 16 1/2-7 1/2 Westminster L 4-14 Hiram W 12-4 1948-49 Gannon W 11 1/2-6 1/2 Slippery Rock L 3-4 Allegheny Invitational 4th of 9 Allegheny Invitational 4th of 12 PAC Championship 2nd of 8 1949-50 Louis S. Daddio (2-4-1) Slippery Rock L 2-7 Alliance L 4-5 Edinboro W 10 1/2-7 1/2 Behrend W 7 1/2-1 1/2 Edinboro T 4 1/2-4 1/2 Westminster L 2-7

1957-58 1962-63 William R. Moore (3-4) John R. Chuckran (6-3-1) Slippery Rock L 6 1/2-11 1/2 Grove City L 1 1/2-5 1/2 Grove City L 6-15 John Carroll W 10 1/2-5 1/2 Western Reserve W 15-1 Wayne State L 1/2 - 15 1/2 John Carroll L 4-12 Case W 15-1 Thiel W 13-5 W & J W 13-7 Westminster W 15 1/2-2 1/2 Slippery Rock T 3-3 Bethany W 8 1/2-7 1/2


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Thiel L 6 1/2-13 1/2 Western Reserve W 9 1/2-6 1/2 Hiram W 11-9 PAC Championship 1st of 8 1963-64 John R. Chuckran (4-5) John Carroll W 9-7 Slippery Rock L 8 1/2-9 1/2 Carnegie Tech L 2 1/2-4 1/2 W & J L 7 1/2-12 1/2 Thiel W 15-5 Westminster L 1 1/2-4 1/2 Grove City W 17-3 Bethany W 10-6 Hiram L 7 1/2-12 1/2 PAC Championship 1st of 8 1964-65 Donald R. Schriefer (8-4) Carnegie Tech L 2 1/2-3 1/2 Westminster L 2-4 Case W 14-2 Western Reserve W 11 1/2-4 1/2 Slippery Rock W 12 1/2-5 1/2 W & J W 12-8 Grove City L 1-6 Thiel W 12-8 John Carroll L 5 1/2-10 1/2 W & J W 13-7 Bethany W 12 1/2-7 1/2 Hiram W 10 1/2-9 1/2 PAC Championship 1st of 9 1965-66 Donald R. Schriefer (7-6) Carnegie Tech L 2-5 Westminster L 1-6 Case W 16 1/2-3 1/2 Western Reserve W 16-4 Gannon L 2 1/2-15 1/2 Canisius W 15-3 Grove City W 12 1/2-11 1/2 Pitt L 9 1/2-14 1/2 John Carroll W 15-5 Thiel W 15 1/2-4 1/2 Bethany W 13-7 W & J L 8 1/2-11 1/2 Hiram L 7 1/2-14 1/2 PAC Championship 3rd of 9 1966-67 Donald R. Schriefer (6-4) Western Reserve W 16 1/2-8 1/2 Case W 18-3 John Carroll L 9-12 Thiel W 14-11 Grove City L 3-4 W & J W 13-8 Bethany W 15 1/2-5 1/2 Gannon L 9-16 Hiram W 6-3 Pitt L 1 1/2-4 1/2 PAC Championship 3rd of 7

1967-68 Donald R. Schriefer (7-7) Westminster L 1/2-6 1/2 Carnegie-Mellon W 4-3 Case L 9 1/2-15 1/2 Adelbert W 14-11 Thiel W 14 1/2-10 1/2 John Carroll L 7 1/2-17 1/2 Gannon L 5-13 Canisius W 15 1/2-2 1/2 Bethany W 17 1/2-7 1/2 W & J L 11 1/2-13 1/2 Pitt L 6-12 Grove City L 4-14 Hiram W 15-11 Baldwin-Wallace W 14-12 PAC Championship 4th of 7

Mercyhurst W PAC Championship

14 1/2-3 1/2 7th of 7

1975-76 Norman A. Sundstrom Tri-State Championship 8th of 16 Youngstown State Invite 8th of 12 Pitt Invitational 5th of 20 Edinboro Invitational 3rd of 11 Allegheny Invitational 1st of 12

1976-77 Norman A. Sundstrom (28-3) Hiram W 387-435 CWRU W 387-419 Thiel W 369-409 Robert Morris W 369-404 Carnegie-Mellon W 372-411 1968-69 Thiel W 367-413 Donald R. Schriefer (4-8) Hiram W 367-429 John Carroll L 4-21 John Carroll W 367-444 Thiel L 10-15 Gannon W 380-386 Bethany L 9-16 Alliance W 380-445 W & J L 10-15 Edinboro L 380-368 Case W 13-12 Youngstown L 405-396 Thiel L 7-18 Clarion W 405-412 Carnegie-Mellon W 14-11 W & J W 405-422 Westminster L 3 1/2-21 1/2 Bethany W 405-480 Grove City L 9-16 Malone W 296-297 Pitt L 1-5 Tiffin W 296-318 Hiram W 21 1/2-3 1/2 Mount Vernon W 296-321 Adelbert W Forfeit Findlay W 296-327 PAC Championship 3rd of 7 KSU (Stark) W 296-318 Thiel W 296-324 1969-70 Cleveland State W 296-308 Donald R. Schriefer (5-5) Muskingum W 296-319 Bethany L 9-16 Mount Union W 296-315 Case W 14 1/2-10 1/2 Bluffton W 296-307 W & J L 8 1/2-16 1/2 Walsh W 296-304 California State W 14-11 Mercyhurst L 409-403 Thiel L 9-16 Behrend W 409-444 John Carroll W 14-11 Malone Invitational 1st of 12 Carnegie-Mellon W 22 1/2-1 1/2 PAC Championship 1st of 8 Westminster L 0-7 NCAA Championship 4th of 20 Grove City W 15 1/2-9 1/2 Pitt L 5 1/2-18 1/2 1979-80 PAC Championship 4th of 7 Norman A. Sundstrom Tri-State Championship 2nd 1970-71 California State Tournament 4th Norman A. Sundstrom (4-11) Allegheny Invitational 1st John Carroll L 8-17 Bethany L 9 1/2-15 1/2 1980-81 John Carroll W 16-9 Norman A. Sundstrom Thiel L 12-13 NCAA Championship 4th of 17 W & J W 18-7 PAC Championship 1st of 8 Thiel L 7 1/2-17 1/2 Kent State Tournament 2nd of 14 Carnegie-Mellon W 13-12 Griffin Motors Tournament 1st Case L 6 1/2-18 1/2 Wooster Tournament 2nd of 20 Western Reserve L 9 1/2-15 1/2 RIT Tournament 1st of 18 Bethany L 6-19 Youngstown State Invitational 1st Pitt L 449-385 California State Tournament 7th Thiel L 4-21 Buffalo State Tournament 3rd Hiram L 10-15 Allegheny Invitational 2nd Grove City L 6-12


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1981-82 Norman A. Sundstrom NCAA Championship 4th of 20 PAC Championship 1st of 8 Allegheny Invitational 1st of 19 Elon Tournament 3rd of 30 Ashland Tournament 2nd of 5 Slippery Rock Tournament 6th of 19 Penn State Invitational 13th of 19 1982-83 Norman A. Sundstrom PAC Championship 1st of 8 NCAA Championship 1st of 19 Tri-State Championship 2nd of 18 Youngstown State Invitational 3rd of 15 California State Tournament 7th of 14 Allegheny Invitational 2nd of 16 Buffalo State Classic 2nd of 12 Elon Tournament 8th of 24 Wooster Tournament 9th of 17 Griffin Motors Tournament 3rd of 20 Hiram Tournament 1st of 8 Penn State Invitational 7th of 18 Indiana Invitational 6th of 7 1983-84 Norman A. Sundstrom NCAA Division III Championship 9th of 21 PAC Championship 1st of 8 Tri-State Championship 1st of 18 Youngstown State Tournament 5th of 16 Allegheny Invitational 1st of 17 Elon Tournament 9th of 22 Wooster Invitational 2nd of 20 Slippery Rock Invitational 6th of 15 Penn State Invitational 11th of 17 Indiana Invitational 6th of 8 Allegheny Invitational 4th of 15 1984-85 Norman A. Sundstrom NCAA Championship John Carroll Invitational 1985-86 Norman A. Sundstrom NCAC Championship NCAA Division III Championship Slippery Rock Tournament Wooster Invitational Youngstown State Tournament Cornell Invitational Allegheny Invitational Northwest Invitational Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate Champion Lakes Tournament Wooster Invitational Slippery Rock Invitational Penn State Invitational Indiana U. of Pa. Classic Griffin Motors Classic Malone Invitational

10th 1st

1st of 6 9th of 17 3rd of 17 2nd of 12 7th of 17 3rd of 17 5th of 17 3rd of 9 13th of 15 2nd of 10 5th of 20 4th of 17 6th of 21 3rd of 7 3rd of 16 5th of 15

1986-87 Norman A. Sundstrom Buffalo Classic 3rd of 15 Northwest Invitational 5th of 12 Youngstown State Tournament 10th of 18 Slippery Rock Invitational 3rd of 6 Wooster Invitational 5th of 18 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate 10th of 17 Wooster Invitational 7th of 20 Slippery Rock Invitational 2nd of 13 Penn State Invitational 19th of 21 Indiana U. of Pa. Classic 3rd of 8 Griffin Motors Classic 2nd of 15 Malone Invitational 7th of 15 NCAA Championship 13th 1987-88 Norman A. Sundstrom Allegheny Invitational 2nd of 15 Gannon Tournament 9th of 18 Youngstown State Tournament 4th of 10 Ohio Wesleyan Tournament 6th of 10 Wooster Invitational 7th of 18 Rochester Tournament 2nd of 8 Slippery Rock Invitational 6th of 10 NCAA Championships 6th 1988-89 Norman A. Sundstrom NCAC Championship NCAA Division III Championship Gannon Invitational Youngstown State Invitational Ohio Wesleyan Invitational Allegheny Invitational Wooster Invitational Norstar Rochester Classic Slippery Rock Invitational Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate Wooster Invitational Slippery Rock Invitational Penn State Invitational Indiana U. of Pa. Classic Griffin Motors Classic Malone Invitational

4th of 6 11th of 22 9th of 18 4th of 10 6th of 10 2nd of 15 7th of 18 2nd of 8 6th of 10 8th of 14 6th of 24 4th of 16 7th of 24 7th of 12 4th of 20 2nd of 18

1989-90 Norman A. Sundstrom Allegheny Invitational 7th of 20 Max Ward Invitational 11th of 24 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate 11th of 16 Slippery Rock Invitational 4th of 14 Penn State Invitational 15th of 21 Indiana Invitational 6th of 12 Denison Invitational 8th of 23 Griffin Motors Classic 9th of 12 NCAA Division III Championship 21 of 22 NCAC Championship 3rd of 8 1990-91 Norman A. Sundstrom Elwell-Gannon Tournament 6th of 17 Edinboro Tournament 2nd of 9 Franklin & Marshall Invitational 1st of 24

Allegheny Invitational 2nd of 21 Boles-Wooster Tournament 3rd of 10 Norstar Rochester Classic 1st of 7 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate 5th of 15 Hiram Tournament 1st of 9 Penn State Invitational 16th of 30 IUP Tournament 4th of 14 Denison-Capital Invitational 1st of 21 Griffin Motors Classic 3rd of 8 Baldwin-Wallace/Hiram Invitational 1st of 9 NCAC Championship 1st of 9 NCAA Division III Championship 6th of 22 1991-92 Norman A. Sundstrom Slippery Rock Invitational Franklin & Marshall Invitational 4th of 16 Clarion Invitational 3rd of 10 Wooster Invitational 3rd of 14 Kuhn Invitational 1st of 20 Ohio Wesleyan Tournament 1st of 9 Gordin Classic 10th of 12 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate 12th of 34 Dickinson Tournament 3rd of 20 IUP Tournament 3rd of 17 Denison-Capital Invitational 3rd of 25 Griffin Motors Classic 4th of 8 NCAC Championship 4th of 8 NCAA Division III Championship 5th of 21 1992-93 Norman A. Sundstrom Gannon Invitational 3rd of 19 Clarion Invitational 2nd of 10 Slippery Rock Tournament 5th of 14 Wooster Invitational 9th of 17 Kuhn Invitational 3rd of 18 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate 4th of 15 Dickinson Tournament 5th of 16 Indiana U. of Pa. Classic 5th of 16 Denison-Capital Invitational 2nd of 20 Griffin Motors Classic 1st of 8 NCAC Championship 2nd of 8 NCAA Division III Championship 10th of 22 1993-94 Norman A. Sundstrom Gannon Invitational 5th of 10 Slippery Rock Invitational 2nd of 14 Clarion Invitational 1st of 10 Wooster Invitational 1st of 6 Kuhn Invitational 1st of 18 Gordin Classic 6th of 12 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate 15th of 32 Pfieffer Invitational 10th of 22 Dickinson Tournament 3rd of 16 Denison Invitational 3rd of 20 Slippery Rock Invitational 2nd of 11 Griffin Motors Classic 3rd of 7 NCAC Championship 2nd of 9 NCAA Division III Championship 11th of 23


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1994-95 Norman A. Sundstrom Gannon ‘Elwell’ Invitational 2nd of 17 Clarion Invitational 3rd of 15 Slippery Rock Invitational 3rd of 13 Wooster Invitational 4th of 15 Kuhn Invitational 3rd of 20 Max Ward Invitational 15th of 24 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate 17th of 36 Westminster Invitational 1st of 5 Denison Invitational 1st of 18 Wooster Invitational 7th of 17 Slippery Rock Invitational 2nd of 13 Griffin Motors Classic 1st of 8 NCAC Championship 1st of 7 NCAA Division III Championship 11th of 23 1995-96 Norman A. Sundstrom Gannon ‘Elwell’ Invitational 1st of 21 Slippery Rock Invitational 3rd of 14 Binghamton Classic 1st of 9 Kuhn Invitational 2nd of 21 Gordin Classic 4th of 12 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate 14th of 38 Pfieffer Invitational 12th of 21 Denison Invitational 3rd of 20 Wooster Invitational 2nd of 10 John Carroll Invitational 3rd of 18 Griffin Motors Classic 4th of 9 NCAC Championship 1st of 7 NCAA Division III Championship 13th of 23 1996-97 Norman A. Sundstrom Gannon ‘Elwell’ Invitational Slippery Rock Invitational Ohio Wesleyan Invitational Binghamton Classic Kuhn Invitational Elon Tournament Pfieffer Invitational Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate Denison-Capital Invitational District II Stress-Less Classic Otterbein Invitational NCAC Championship NCAA Division III Championship

5th of 19 2nd of 13 3rd of 21 1st of 12 1st of 17 13th of 22 15th of 21 11th of 32 6th of 21 1st of 12 3rd of 10 1st of 7 4th of 23

1997-98 Rick Creehan NCAC Championship 1st of 7 NCAA Division III Championship 3rd of 23 1998-99 Rick Creehan Edinboro Tournament 1st of 14 Slippery Rock Fall Invitational 1st of 11 Mount Union Invitational 1st of 12 Kuhn Invitational 2nd of 14 Gordin Classic 3rd of 11 Rolex Match Play Championship 3rd of 8 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate 13th of 32 Denison Invitational 2nd of 14

IUP Invitational District II Golf Classic - Hershey Rochester Tournament NCAC Championship NCAA Division III Championship

1st of 11 1st of 15 1st of 7 1st of 9 9th of 23

IUP Tournament 1st of 8 Mid-Atlantic Regional - Hershey 2nd of 15 Bob Raymond Invitational 7th of 12 NCAC Championship 3rd of 9 NCAA Division III Championship 19th of 21

1999-00 Rick Creehan Duquesne Invitational 2nd of 9 Mount Union Invitational 7th of 12 Kuhn Invitational 3rd of 13 Gordin Classic 12th of 12 Rolex Match Play Championship 8th of 8 Kenyon Cup 2nd of 13 Ashland Invitational 11th of 20 Bob Raymond Invitational 6th of 10 IUP Invitational 2nd of 11 District II Golf Classic - Hershey 1st of 16 Cardinal Spring Golf Classic 2nd of 11 Kravetz Invitational 6th of 7 NCAC Championship 3rd of 8 NCAA Division III Championship 9th of 23

2003-04 Jeff Groff Hal Hansen Invitational 7th of 14 Mount Union Invitational 2nd of 10 Kuhn Invitational 1st of 9 Bon Appetit Fall Shootout 2nd of 9 Ocean City Classic 1st of 14

2000-01 Rick Creehan W.Va Wesleyan Intercollegiate 1st of 7 Hal Hansen Invitational 2nd of 12 Rolex Match Play Championship 7th of 8 Ocean City Classic 2nd of 16 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate 11th of 32 Kenyon Cup Invitational 1st of 15 Slippery Rock Invitational 4th of 8 IUP Tournament 5th of 10 District II Golf Classic - Hershey 1st of 15 Griffin Motors Classic 1st of 8 NCAC Championship 1st of 8 NCAA Division III Championship 8th of 20 2001-02 Jeff Groff (Interim) Pitt Invitational Hal Hansen Invitational Mount Union Invitational Kuhn Invitational Westminster Invitational Ocean City Classic Kenyon Cup Bob Raymond Invitational IUP Tournament District II Golf Classic - Hershey Griffin Motors Classic Kravetz Invitational NCAC Championship NCAA Division III Championship

3rd of 13 3rd of 12 4th of 10 1st of 15 1st of 12 1st of 16 2nd of 15 1st of 8 9th of 12 2nd of 15 1st of 6 6th of 6 2nd of 9 17th of 23

2002-03 Jeff Groff Hal Hansen Invitational 4th of 14 Mount Union Invitational 6th of 12 Kuhn Invitational 2nd of 13 Nazareth Invitational 1st of 8 Ocean City Classic 3rd of 16 Malone Invitational 5th of 15 Kenyon Cup 3rd of 15

2004-05 Jeff Groff Ocean City Classic 2nd of 11 Southpointe Invitational 1st of 10 Nazareth Invitational 5th of 9 Kuhn Invitational 2nd of 16 Hal Hansen Invitational 5th of 14 Mercyhurst College Invitational 1st of 4 Griffin Motors Classic 2nd of 11 Edward Jones Shootout 1st of 11 W&J Invitational 1st of 12 IUP Invitational 4th of 17 Eckerd College Tournament 1st of 18 Mid-Atlantic Regional - Hershey 1st of 15 NCAC Championship 2nd of 9 NCAA Division III Championship 16th of 23 2005-06 Jeff Groff Wittenberg Invitational 1st of 15 Denison Fall Classic 3rd of 15 Kuhn Invitational 1st of 13 Fisher-Naz Shootout 1st of 8 Ocean City Classic 1st of 14 Tampa U. & Eckerd College Tri-Meet 2nd of 3 Westminster Invitational 1st of 12 W&J Invitational 2nd of 8 Mid-Atlantic Regional 1st of 15 IUP Tournament 5th Wooster Invitational 2nd of 18 Kuhn Invitational 4th of 15 NCAC Championship 1st of 9 NCAA Division III Championship 10th of 23 2006-07 Jeff Groff Hiram Invitational 2nd of 10 Griffin Motors Classic 1st Wittenberg Invitational 2nd of 10 Fisher-Naz Shootout 3rd of 9 Gordin Classic 10th of 12 Jekyll Island Collegiate Classic 10th of 24 Mid-Atlantic Regional - Hershey 2nd of 15 Lamkin/Strimer Invitational 7th of 17 Kravetz Invitational 6th of 6 NCAC Championship 2nd of 8


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2007-08 Jeff Groff NCAC Event 2nd of 8 Baldwin-Wallace Invitational 1st of 7 Kuhn Invitational 2nd of 14 Griffin Motors Classic 1st of 8 Nazareth Invitational 1st of 9 McDaniel Invitational 4th Jekyll Island Collegiate Classic 14th of 26 Mid-Atlantic Regional - Hershey 3rd of 15 IUP Invitational 7th of 11 Wooster Tournament 3rd of 12 NCAC Championship 2nd of 9

2011-12 Jeff Groff Guy Kuhn Invitational Bud Elwell Fall Classic Mason-Dixon Collegiate Classic Nazareth Fall Invitational Titan Invitational Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate Mid-Atlantic Regional - Hershey Edward Jones Shootout Saint Vincent Invitational NCAC #1 - Allegheny NCAC #2 - Oberlin

2008-09 Jeff Groff Denison Fall Classic 3rd of 14 Kuhn Invitational 2nd of 19 Oberlin Fall Classic 3rd of 9 Nazareth Invitational 1st of 5 Muhlenberg Invitational 3rd of 12 Jekyll Island Collegiate Classic 16th of 27 Mid-Atlantic Regional - Hershey 3rd of 15 IUP Invitational 8th of 17 St. Vincent Invitational 4th of 15 Wabash Invitational 4th of 11 NCAC Championship 3rd of 9

2009-10 Jeff Groff O’Brien Invitational 7th of 9 2005-06 Mercyhurst Invitational 1st of 8 Jeff Groff Cortland Invitational 1st of 9 Yellow Jacket Fall Invitational 1st of 8 Allegheny Invitational 1st of 10 Gannon Invitational 2nd Nazareth Invitational 1st of 5 Penn State Behrend Invitational 1st of 4 Seton Hill Fall Classic 1st of 8 Ocean City Classic 1st Jekyll Island Collegiate Classic 9th of 23 W&J Invitational 1st Mercyhurst Invitational 2nd of 16 NCAA Preview - Mission Inn 6th of 11 Wittenberg Invitational 1st of 6 Jekyll Island Collegiate Classic 8th of 21 Grove City Invitational 1st of 3 McDaniel Invitational 2nd of 5 NCAA Division III Championship 9th of 20 Otterbein Cardinal Invitational 2nd of 10 Ashland Invitational 8th of 10 2010-11 Westminster Invitational 1st Jeff Groff Gannon Invitational 1st of 2 Yellow Jacket Fall Invitational 1st of 12 NCAA Division III Championship 9th of 10 O’Brien Invitational 3rd of 10 NCAA Preview - Mission Inn 5th of 10 2006-07 Allegheny Invitational 1st of 12 Jeff Groff Zippy Invitational (Akron) 12th of 12 Yellow Jacket Fall Invitational 3rd of 11 Nazareth Invitational 1st of 5 Mercyhurst Invitational 8th of 14 Jekyll Island Collegiate Classic 7th of 21 Bucknell Classic 11th of 17 Otterbein Cardinal Classic 1st of 8 Vulcan Invitational 2nd of 8 NCAC #1 - Wooster 1st of 6 Jekyll Island Collegiate Classic 7th of 23 NCAC #2 Hiram 1st of 6 McDaniel Invitational 2nd of 6 NCAA Division III Championship 6th of 20 Kutztown University Invitational 3rd of 6 NCAA Division III Championship 11th of 20 2011-12 Jeff Groff 2007-08 O’Brien National Invitational 7th of 10 Jeff Groff Michael Corbett Fall Classic 6th of 20 William Smith Invite 1st Allegheny Invitational 3rd of 11 DePauw Classic 3rd of 13 Pat Clouse Invitational 4th of 15 Gannon Invitational 1st of 7 Nazareth Fall Invitational 1st of 5 Allegheny Invitational 1st of 6 Jekyll Island Collegiate Classic 8th of 21 MCDaniel Invitational 1st of 3 McDaniel Spring Invitational 1st of 13 Jekyll Island Collegiate Classic 9th of 26 The Bump Invitational 1st of 15 McDaniel Invitational 1st of 5 NCAC #1 - Allegheny 2nd of 7 Ashland Invitational 3rd of 10 NCAC #2 - Oberlin 1st of 7 Ohio Northern U. Invite 3rd of 16 NCAA Division III Championship 9th of 19 Wilmington Spring Invitational 2nd of 9 NCAA Division III Championship 9th of 20

2009-10 Jeff Groff NCAC Tournament 3rd of 8 Kuhn Invitational 9th of 17 Hiram Invitational 3rd of 8 Vulcan Invitational 6th of 13 Nazareth Invitational 3rd of 6 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate 27th of 32 Mid-Atlantic Regional - Hershey 5th of 15 Ted Barclay Invitational 1st of 7 St. Vincent Invitational 5th of 14 Wittenberg Invitational 3rd of 9 NCAC Championship 3rd of 9 2010-11 Jeff Groff Hal Hansen Invitational 3rd of 15 Kuhn Invitational 4th of 12 California (Pa.) Invitational 5th of 13 Nazareth Invitational 2nd of 5 Jekyll Island Collegiate Classic 22nd of 29 Camp LeJeune Intercollegiate 26th of 32 Mid-Atlantic Regional - Hershey 2nd of 15 Kravetz Invitational 4th of 6 NCAC #1 - Wooster 4th of 9 NCAC #2 - Hiram 3rd of 9

Women’s Results

3rd of 19 3rd of 13 6th of 14 3rd of 6 3rd of 10 14th of 15 4th of 15 1st of 7 1st of 11 5th of 10 5th of 10

2008-09 Jeff Groff William Smith Invite 1st Mercyhurst Invitational 1st of 10 DePauw Classic 4th Nazareth Invitational 1st Allegheny Invitational 1st Wittenberg Invitational 3rd of 12 Jekyll Island Collegiate Classic 6th of 22 McDaniel Invitational 1st Wittenberg Invitational 1st Mercyhurst Invitational 1st NCAA Division III Championship 7th of 21


2012-13 Allegheny Golf Guide  

2012-13 Allegheny Golf Guide

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