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GENERAL INFO 2012-13 MOCS GOLF

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Table of Contents/General Information ........................... 1 Practice Facility & Home Courses ..................................2-3 The University ..............................................................4-5 The City ........................................................................6-7 Academic Services........................................................... 8 Media Exposure............................................................... 9 Sports Medicine ............................................................ 10 Lawson Center/Athletics Performance .......................... 11 Mocs Success ............................................................12-13 What’s a Moc? ............................................................... 14 Roster Information/Schedule ........................................ 15 Colette Murray .........................................................16-17 Outlook ......................................................................... 18 Student-Athlete Profiles...........................................19-24 Jordan Britt ............................................................. 19 Marion Duvernay .................................................... 20 Mette Kryger ........................................................... 21 Porsche Campbell/Isabella Loza/Emily McLennan... 22 Maria Juliana Loza Tribute ....................................... 23 2011-12 Stats & Results ..........................................24-27 History & Records .....................................................28-31 NCAA Appearances ...................................................32-35 Administration .........................................................36-37 Interim Chancellor Grady Bogue ............................. 36 Interim A.D. Laura Herron ....................................... 37 Mocs Mission & Core Values........................................... 38 Southern Conference..................................................... 39 Media Information ........................................................ 40

Location ..............................................Chattanooga, Tenn. Founded .................................................................... 1886 Enrollment ............................................................. 11,660 Nickname .................................................................. Mocs Colors .............................................Navy, Old Gold & Silver Affiliation .................................................. NCAA Division I Conference ..........................................................Southern Interim Chancellor....................................Dr. Grady Bogue Interim Director of Athletics ..........................Laura Herron Athletics Website........................................... GoMocs.com Twitter........................................................@UTCmocsGolf Facebook ...............................................................GoMocs

CREDITS The 2012-13 Chattanooga Golf Guide is a production of the Chattanooga Athletics Commmunications Office, Dr. Jay Blackman Director. Page layout designed by former Athletics Communications Assistant Nate Blythe. Layout, writing and editing by Assistant Director of Athletics Communications Jim Horten. Additional editorial assistance from Blackman, Tyler Brown, Matt Pope and Anne Wehunt. Photos courtesy of UTC Athletics, Dale Rutemeyer, David Humber, SoCon Photos and Horten, as well as the home courses for the Mocs. Cover design by Horten. The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is an equal opportunity employer/affirmative action/Titles VI and IX/ Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution.

TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Record .............................................. 74-100-3 Final Rankings: Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ...................... 69 Golfstat ................................................................... 73 NIKE/Golf World Coaches.........................................NA SoCon Finish .................................1st out of 10 Postseason ................NCAA East Regional (19th of 24) Titles ......................................................................... 1 Medalist .................................................................... 1 Jordan Britt (SoCon Champ./77-71-74=222) Letterwinners Returning (Starters)........................ 3 (3) Lost (Starters) ......................................................2 (2) Newcomers.................................................................. 3 HEAD COACH .....Colette Murray (Jacksonville State ‘04) Chattanooga Record................... 472-364-15 (5 years) Career Record ..................................................... Same Titles ....................................................................... 13 Medalists ................................................................ 10 Office Phone .......................................(423) 425-5566 Email.................................... Colette-Murray@utc.edu ADMINISTRATIVE ASST. . Melissa Cate (423) 425-4444 GOLF SID......................................................Jim Horten Office Phone .......................................(423) 425-2350 Cell Phone ...........................................(423) 645-8733 Email...................................... James-Horten@utc.edu

We guide, encourage and support our Student-Athletes in their quest for comprehensive excellence - Academically, Athletically and Socially. Above all else, we prepare Students for productive and meaningful lives.

WHAT’S IN A NAME?

The official school name is the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Proper name usage in reference to the athletics program is the full school name upon first mention. The appropriate short form is simply Chattanooga with the abbreviated form of UTC. “Chatt” is acceptable as a leaderboard moniker. There is no hyphenated form of the school name (i.e. UT-Chattanooga, Tennessee-Chattanooga, Tenn.-Chatt., UT Chattanooga, etc.). The nickname is simply Mocs. For more information and current athletic marks, turn to page 14.

FORMER MOCS IN PROFESSIONAL GOLF

With the program in just its sixth season, there are only three student-athletes who were recruited as freshmen who have finished eligibility. One of those three, Emma de Groot (‘11) completed her first year on the Symetra Tour, the LPGA’s equivalent of the PGA’s Web.com Tour. She made it to the final stage of LPGA Q-School in the fall of 2011 falling just short of status on the tour. Christine Wolf (‘11) won the Euro Development Tour in 2012 in her efforts to attain her card overseas.

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ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT

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FACILITIES

PLAYER DEVELOPMENT COMPLEX Player Development Complex Quick Facts Total Area: 28 Acres. Range: 10 Acres. Short Game: Four auxiliary short game areas along with an 8,000-square foot chipping green. Putting Green: 16,000 square feet (A-1 Bent Grass). Occupants: The First Tee of Chattanooga and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga golf teams.

The Player Development Complex affords Chattanooga Mocs golfers with an elite practice experience. It is designed to allow Mocs student-athletes a comprehensive facility to develop and continuously improve their games throughout their collegiate careers. Below is a closer look at each area of the Player Development Complex.

DRIVING RANGE

• Full range allows for comprehensive practice, utilizing every club in the bag. There are numerous greens allowing a distance control mechanism. • Five close-range greens allow for a phenomenal wedge-game practice experience. • Practice Balls: Titleist Pro V1.

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PUTTING/CHIPPING GREEN

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• Two full-size greens offer the Mocs the ability to prepare for Bent Grass and Bermuda greens throughout the season. • With more than 16,000 square feet of space, drills and stations can be set up to maximize practice time and grow the game. • Bunker areas around the practice greens offer real-time practice opportunities.

PITCHING AND CHIPPING AREA

• Complete pitching and chipping area covers all aspects of short game preparation. • It is an imaginative area where creativity can be applied to shots chosen and practiced. • Fairway bunker work is available to allow the student-athlete the ability to work on every possible shot they may encounter.

PRACTICE HOLES

• Three practice holes (2 Par 3s, 1 Par 4) are available with various tees and yardages. • Depending on utilization of tees, the holes can play as nine separate holes including a par 5 (560 yards). • These holes build course management shot selection skills, while applying aspects from the various practice areas to the golf course.


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FACILITIES HOME COURSES

Black Creek Club Chattanooga, Tenn. • Opened September, 2000 Par 72 • 7,149 yards Home of the Chattanooga Classic PGA Nationwide Tour event.

The Farm Rocky Face, Ga. • Opened 1988 Par 72 • 7,012 yards Home of the prestigious Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic which is often referred to as “The Masters” of collegiate golf. The course is a Tom Fazio design.

Council Fire Golf Club

The Honors Course Ooltewah, Tenn. • Opened July 2, 1983 Par 72 • 7,390 yards Site of the U.S. Amateur (1991), NCAA Men’s Golf Championship (1996, 2010), U.S. Mid-Amateur (2005), U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur (2011), Curtis Cup (1994), Palmer Cup (1999), Southern Amateur (1986, 2004), Tennessee Men’s Am (1989, 1999, 2009), Tennessee Women’s Am (1987, 2008), Western Junior Championship (2001) and the Canon Cup (1995, 2007).

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Chattanooga, Tenn. • Opened 1992 Par 72 • 6,999 yards Home of Chattanooga’s former PGA Tour Stop and the 2008 NCAA East Regional.

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CHATTANOOGA THE UNIVERSITY

FOUNDERS HALL

FLETCHER HALL If you look around the campus of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, you will find a message chiseled for eternity into the stone of our structures. “We Shall Achieve” A bold commitment that guides us in everything we do, and tells the world what to expect from our campus. At the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, we achieve, and so will you.

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LUPTON LIBRARY

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Achieving a goal doesn’t always come easy. UTC students are challenged through a rigorous liberal arts based general education and state-of-the-art curricula in their majors. Our faculty members hold world-class credentials in teaching, research and creative endeavors and pass this experience to students. Tutoring and other academic support assist student success. Your future is worth the effort.


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UNIVERSITY FAST FACTS

UTC is one of the fastest growing campuses in Tennessee, with enrollment surpassing 11,000 in 2011. Here are some of the significant opportunities UTC has to offer:

Founded ..............................1886 Enrollment ........................11,660 Undergraduate..............10,159 Graduate.........................1,501 Chancellor........... Dr. Grady Bogue Degree Programs......................91 Certificate ............................19 Baccalaureate ......................50 Master’s ...............................18 Specialist’s .............................1 Doctorate ...............................3 Avg. Undergrad Age ...............22.0 Website........................... UTC.edu Phone ..................(423) 425-4111

• UTC established the SimCenter: National Center for Computational Engineering in 2007. The SimCenter provides computer simulations to solve problems for industry and government while offering research programs. • UTC’s College of Business has ranked among the best in the nation by both BusinessWeek and the Princeton Review. Our programs are among the elite 10% nationwide to receive Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International accreditation.

HERITAGE PLAZA

THE STUDENT PARK AT UTC

• UTC’s School of Nursing has received more than $3 million in grants the past three years to support nursing education and bring new skills to our students. • Our Teacher Preparation Academy has been chosen by the Carnegie Foundation as a “Teachers for a New Era” institution, acknowledging our teacher licensure programs as among the best in the nation models for other universities.

UTC PLACE

LANSING COURT AND THE UNIVERSITY CENTER

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UTC COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

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CHATTANOOGA THE SCENIC CITY

HUNTER MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART

WALNUT STREET BRIDGE THE SOUTHERN BELLE RIVERBOAT

• You will be impressed by Chattanooga’s revitalized Riverfront that includes a 10-mile Riverwalk; The Passage, a celebration of Chattanooga’s Native American heritage, and the Chattanooga Pier. • Cruise down the Tennessee River aboard the Southern Belle Riverboat and see why Chattanooga is nicknamed the “Scenic City of the South.” • Take a walking tour of the charming Bluff View Arts District with its shops, restaurants and the Hunter Museum of American Art.

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• The Walnut Street Bridge, connecting the Bluff View Arts District and downtown with the North Shore District and Coolidge Park, is one of the longest pedestrian bridges in the world.

THE TENNESSEE AQUARIUM AND CHATTANOOGA’S RIVERFRONT PARK

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CHATTANOOGA FAST FACTS

Founded dedd ........................................ ........................................1838 18 City Population .........................170,138 Metro Area Population ..............533,372 Altitude (Downtown)................... 675 ft. Avg. Temp. (Apr.-Sept.) ...............83.8 (F) Avg. Temp (Oct.-Mar.). ................59.3 (F) Time Zone .................................. Eastern Size ..........................................135 sqm. • Chattanooga is the fourth Largest City in Tennessee. • The Chattanooga Bakery is the home of the Moon Pie. • Actor Samuel L. Jackson grew up in Chattanooga where he attended Riverside High School.

ROCK CITY

• Discover the Tennessee Aquarium with its two underwater worlds: River Journey and the new Ocean Journey. You will see tiny seahorses, impressive Beluga sturgeon, fierce sharks and playful otters. • Visit Rock City where you can see seven states from one spot. • Located more than 1120 feet beneath the surface, Ruby Falls is the nation’s largest and deepest waterfall open to the public. • Lookout Mountain’s Incline Railway travels up a 72.7% grade, making it the steepest passenger railway in the world.

INCLINE RAILWAY

RUBY FALLS

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ACADEMICS CAREER PREPARATION

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The Chattanooga Mocs have an excellent Student Support Services department in place for all student-athletes. UTC has recently allocated even more resources to this unit and has four full-time staff members. The women’s golf program has a strong history of academic success. All six Mocs earned Dean’s List honors in 2011-12 with two 4.0 GPA students in Maria Juliana Loza and Mette Kryger. Loza and Kryger earned NGCA All-American Scholar mention while the team’s 3.621 was No. 10 in the nation among DI institutions after ranking 13th in 2010-11. Through the use of advisors, tutors, study halls and many other programs, Student Support Services is on hand to help each student-athlete reach his or her ultimate goal of earning a college degree. Goals of Mocs Athletics Student Support Services • To support each student athlete’s effort to receive a quality education. • To encourage and facilitate the goals for each student-athlete’s career path. • To ensure that the academic integrity of UTC is maintained. • To comply with all rules and regulations of UTC, the Southern Conference and the NCAA. • To help ensure the continuing athletic eligibility during a student-athlete’s years at UTC.

DEAN’S LIST Fall 2011 Yushira Budhram Emma de Groot Michaela Gasplmayr Mette Kryger Maria Juliana Loza Christine Wolf

Spring 2012 Jordan Britt Yushira Budhram Marion Duvernay Mette Kryger Maria Juliana Loza Sophie Weilguni

UTC students with a 3.2 grade-point-average or greater earn Dean’s List recognition for the semester.

2011-12 PROGRAM GPA Fall 2011: 3.53 Spring 2012: 3.72 The 3.621 grade point average for 2011-12 was No. 10 among NCAA DI Women’s Golf programs.

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NGCA SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICAN

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Mette Kryger

ACADEMIC ALL-SOCON

HONOR ROLL Fall 2011 Yushira Budhram Emma de Groot Michaela Gasplmayr Mette Kryger Maria Juliana Loza Christine Wolf

Spring 2011 Spring 2012 Jordan Britt Jordan Britt Yushira Budhram Budhram Yushira Emma Duvernay de Groot Marion Marion MetteDuvernay Kryger Maria Juliana Juliana Loza Maria Loza Christine Wolf Sophie Weilguni

The Athletic Director’s Honor Roll is made up of studentathletes with at least a 3.0 grade-point-average for the semester.

2011-12 - 4.0 GPAS Fall 2011 Mette Kryger, Maria Juliana Loza, Yushira Budhram, Michaela Gasplmayr Spring 2012 Jordan Britt, Mette Kryger, Maria Juliana Loza

Maria M i Juliana J li Loza L Academic All-Southern Conference Honors are given to student-athletes beginning in their second year at the institution who have at least a 3.2 cumulative grade-point-average and competed in at least 50% of their team’s contests.


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IN THE MEDIA CAREER PREPARATION

The Chattanooga Mocs athletics programs enjoy unparalleled media exposure. Located in a metropolitan area that includes more than 500,000 people, the Mocs are covered by the Chattanooga Times Free Press and the local contingent of television stations, including ABC, CBS and NBC affiliates, as well as three local sports talk programs and two online publications.

Jordan Britt & Christine Wolf (above) and Colette Murray (right) talk with the local newspaper and television stations that cover the Mocs. UTC golf receives coverage from all three major network affiliates and also has a dedicated beat writer, David Uchiyama, from the area’s daily paper, the Chattanooga Times Free Press. Add in two local online publications - Chattanoogan.com and Nooga.com - and the Mocs coverage is among the best in the nation. In addition, GoMocs.com is one of the premier collegiate websites in the country. In-depth bios, tournament previews and reviews are available along with select video interviews. The Chattanooga Mocs are as easy to follow on Facebook (facebook.com/Chattanooga Mocs) and Twitter (@GoMocsWGLF).

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SPORTS MEDICINE FIRST-RATE CARE

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The Chattanooga Mocs Sports Medicine Program provides prevention, care, and rehabilitation services for all student-athletes. UTC has two athletic training rooms that serve all athletic teams. Thanks to funding from Erlanger Hospital, the athletic training rooms are equipped with the most up-to-date rehabilitation equipment including a Biodex Isokinetic Unit, a Neurocom for balance testing and training, and a Trazer unit for functional rehabilitation. In addition, the Chattanooga Group, Inc., provides therapeutic modalities for use as both rehabilitation equipment and instructional devices for students enrolled in the Graduate Athletic Training Program. The Graduate Athletic Training Program at UTC plays a major role in providing certified athletic trainers to insure that student-athletes are well taken care of. The entry-level masters program is one of few programs in the country that allows students to earn a master’s degree while they gain eligibility to sit for the Board of Certification Exam. Members of the athletics department and the graduate program staff the athletic training rooms. They work together to insure quality health care for all Mocs studentathletes and quality academic instruction for athletic training students in the graduate program.

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LAWSON CENTER ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE

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TTommy Chadwell Athletic At Performance Assistant

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The recently completed $3.2 million Brenda Lawson Student-Athlete Success Center is one of the finest facilities of its kind in college athletics. The Lawson Center, located on Vine Street in the heart of campus, houses the Chattem Basketball Practice Facility and the Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Facility. Also located in the Center are meeting and film rooms that are available for all Mocs’ athletic programs to use. Director of Athletic Performance Scott Brincks and his staff use the facility to increase the Mocs golf team’s overall strength and conditioning level. Through rigorous offseason workouts, and programs to maintain peak performance during the season, the Lawson Center and Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Facility will impact the Mocs’ performance on the course for years to come. The Athletic Perfomance staff monitor all phases of strength and conditioning for the Mocs. The covers the obvious in weight-lifting, running and aerobic activity and core development. It is also evident in the overall wellness and fitness of the studentathlete. This includes all areas of health, nutrition and physical fitness.

Scott Brincks Director of Athletic Performance

Director of Athletic Performance Scott Brincks provides expertise in all areas of nutrition, health and physical fitness for UTC student-athletes.

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MOCS SUCCESS

ACADEMICALLY, ATHLETICALLY & SOCIALLY ATHLETICALLY

Over the last six years, UTC has won 17 regular season and 22 tournament championships in the Southern Conference, far more than any other school during that time. After finishing in the top-100 in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup in 2009, the Mocs had their third-best showing at No. 136 in 2011. Here is a brief list of some of UTC’s major accomplishments in 2011-12.

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• Three SoCon Team Championships • Seven Teams Represented in the Postseason • Three All-Americans • One Academic All-American • Two Southern Conference Athletes of the Year • Three Southern Conference Freshmen of the Year • One Southern Conference Coach of the Year • Seven SoCon Individual Champions • 36 All-SoCon Performers

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ACADEMICALLY

The Mocs’ student-athletes continue to have tremendous success in the classroom. Below are just a few of the Academic accolades UTC received last year: • The overall g.p.a. of the Mocs’ student-athletes has increased in seven of the last eight terms, culminating with a school-recordtying 2.97 in the spring. • More than half of all UTC student-athletes earned at least a 3.0 grade-point-average in each of the last six semesters. • Each member of the SoCon Champion women’s golf team made the Dean’s List in the spring. • Men’s cross country led the nation with a 3.81 g.p.a. and the women were fifth with a 3.73.

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SOCIALLY

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The Chattanooga Mocs Athletics Department is heavily involved in community events throughout the year. UTC student-athletes, coaches and staff logged over 1,800 hours volunteering in the community over the last year at events such as canned food drives, the Freshman Move-In, Bloodanooga, Clean and Green and Read Across America. The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) plans many of the Athletic Department’s community events. The Mocs have a presence at Chattanooga’s Special Olympics events each year. UTC student-athletes also host many events that engage the local community, such as the 2012 Southern Scuffle.

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WHAT’S A MOC? NICKNAME & MARKS

The “Power C” is the primary mark of the Chattanooga athletics department. It can be used alone or with “CHATTANOOGA MOCS” in the school’s custom-made font below the C.

THE ANSWER For more than a decade, this question has puzzled many fans and observers of Chattanooga Athletics. The UTC Athletics Department changed logos in 1997, moving away from Native American imagery to a package of logos using railroad images, the nickname “Mocs,” and the Scrappy mascot. The new package emphasized UTC’s connection to Chattanooga and the city’s railroad heritage and incorporated the Tennessee state bird. The term “Moc” is short for “Mockingbird.” Mockingbirds are fiercely territorial creatures which protect their homes with courage, determination and skill. Those attributes reflect the intellect, spirit and character of UTC student-athletes and alumni. A Moc is a champion on the playing surface, in the classroom and, most importantly, in life.

SCRAPPY

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Named after legendary football coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore, Scrappy, the Chattanooga mascot, is a fixture for the Mocs. A re-design in 2008 puts Scrappy in the image of the State Bird of Tennessee, the Mockingbird. The mockingbird is known as a fierce protector of its nest and environment. It is sometimes seen swooping down on a dog, cat or predator that may be venturing too close to the bird’s protected territory. Once described by “Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon as “a sledge-hammer wielding mockingbird with a heart of Blue & Gold,” Scrappy symbolizes that competitive passion.

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Secondary Athletics Marks:

WHY MOCS? Faced with politically sensitive issues and in need of a stronger core identity to help establish a strong brand as Chattanooga’s Team, the athletics department embarked on a comprehensive identity program in 1996. A new direction for the athletics identity was determined, moving away from the politically incorrect Native American Indian imagery. Several identities have been used in the past. With the old nickname “Moccasins,” a snake was used in the 1920s and an Indian was used until the year of major change in 1996. A moccasin shoe was even used in the 1980s. In 1996, it was decided to adopt the State Bird of Tennessee, the Mockingbird, as the core of the new identity, while incorporating the strong regional imagery of Chattanooga’s vast railroad history. The mascot “Scrappy” was born and a new emphasis was placed on the athletics department’s role in the region. The committee also recognized the need for the word “Chattanooga” to have a great emphasis in the logo. The nickname “Moccasins” was shortened to simply “Mocs”. Thus established, Chattanooga could rebuild its athletics programs and initiatives around this new identity. And rebuild it did. Quickly establishing the identity program in February 1997, combined with tremendous success in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, UTC had positioned itself to reach for the next level. From 1997 to 2007, the primary logo was the mascot, Scrappy, riding a train. The secondary logo features the front of a train with the word Mocs built into the logo. This logo is affectionately called the “Cowcatcher logo,” referring to the front lower grill of the train that helped push objects from the train tracks. In August 2007, officials at Chattanooga updated the school’s marks. A new C logo, the “Power C” as it has become known to fans and alums, was created as the primary mark and is emblazoned on the side of the football team’s helmets. The secondary marks were updated with a more modern look, and a new font, unique to the school, is now used on the text areas of the logos and marks. In September 2008, Scrappy was re-branded to better match the image of a mockingbird and reflect the rich tradition of our state, our city and our University. New marks of the head as well as a full body were released. The program has also been taking special efforts to stay true to its color palette—which includes navy blue and old gold.


NCAA REGIONAL: 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP: 2009

2012-13 MOCS ROSTER INFORMATION

2012-13 ROSTER

2012-13 SCHEDULE Tournament Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup Cardinal Golf Course Hosted by Louisville

Site Simpsonville, Ky.

Sept. 21-23

Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship Vanderbilt Legends Golf Club Hosted by Vanderbilt

Franklin, Tenn.

Oct. 12-14

Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship Holston Hills Country Club Hosted by Tennessee

Knoxville, Tenn.

Oct. 26-28

Lady Paladin Invitational Furman University Golf Course Hosted by Furman

Greenville, S.C.

Feb. 18-19

Central District Invitational River Wilderness Golf & Country Club Hosted by Michigan State

March 8-10

JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational Eagle Landing Golf Club Hosted by James Madison

March 15-17

SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invitational Mark Bostick Golf Course at UF Hosted by Florida

Gainesville, Fla.

March 25-26

Briers Creek Invitational Briers Creek Golf Club Hosted by College of Charleston

Charleston, S.C.

April 8-9

Marsh Landing Invitational Marsh Landing Golf Club Hosted by Jacksonville, East Carolina & UCF

Jacksonville, Fla.

Apr. 14-16

Southern Conference Championship Moss Creek Golf Club Hosted by SoCon

Hilton Head, S.C.

May 9-11

NCAA Regional East: Auburn, Ala. (Auburn University Club) Central: Norman, Okla. (Jimmie Austin OU Golf Course) West: Stanford, Calif. (Stanford Golf Course)

May 21-24

NCAA Championship University of Georgia Golf Course Hosted by Georgia

Parrish, Fla.

Orange Park, Fla.

Athens, Ga.

Name Jordan Britt Porsche Campbell Marion Duvernay Mette Kryger Isabella Loza Emily McLennan

Yr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr.

Hometown/Last School Pronunciation Guide Chattanooga, Tenn./Signal Mountain Vancouver, Canada/UBC POR-shuh Publier, France/ Universite Paul Sabatier doo-ver-NAY Nivaa, Denmark MET-tuh CRY-gur Bucaramanga, Colombia/ Aspaen Gimnasio Cantillana Queensland, Australia/Hills Golf Academy

Head Coach: Colette Murray, Sixth Year (Jacksonville State ‘04) STARTERS RETURNING (3): Jordan Britt (Jr., 76.57, SoCon Medalist, All-SoCon), Marion Duvernay (Jr., 77.40), Mette Kryger (So., 78.13, NGCA Scholar All-American, All American, SoCon All-Freshman) All Freshman) STARTERS LOST (2): Maria Juliana Loza (77.67, 3-time NGCA Scholar All-American, 2-time All-SoCon), Sophie Weilguni (79.89) OTHER LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (0): LETTERWINNERS LOST (2): See starters NEWCOMERS (3): Porsche Campbell (So., Vancouver, B.C., transfer from University of British Columbia), Isabella Loza (Fr., Bucaramanga, Colombia, sister of Maria Juliana Loza), Emily McLennan (Fr., Queensland, Australia) SENIORS (0): JUNIORS (2): Jordan Britt, Marion Duvernay SOPHOMORES (2): Porsche Campbell, Mette Kryger FRESHMEN (2): Isabella Loza, Emily McLennan TENNESSEE (1): Jordan Britt (Chattanooga) AUSTRALIA (1): Emily McLennan (Queensland) CANADA (1): Porsche Campbell (Vancouver) COLOMBIA (1): Isabella Loza (Bucaramanga) DENMARK (1): Mette Kryger (Nivaa) FRANCE (1): Marion Duvernay (Publier)

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Date Sept. 17-18

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COLETTE MURRAY SIXTH SEASON

Colette Murray was named head coach of the Chattanooga Mocs women’s golf program on January 19, 2006. Her charge was to restart a program that had been dormant at UTC for a couple of decades. She has wasted little time in making her mark. In her five seasons, Colette’s charges have won three Southern Conference Championships among 12 total team titles. In fact, the Mocs won four times in that first campaign (2007-08). A tireless worker, her passion and dedication to the game is easy to see. Her commitment to building an elite program based on the department’s mission to establish comprehensive excellence – academically, athletically and socially – as the UTC standard is quite evident.

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ATHLETICALLY Transparent would be a good word to describe how her program matches the athletic portion of the mission. Twelve wins in five seasons including the last three SoCon titles says it all. Or does it? Her squad made a major splash right out of the gate in 2007. The Mocs won three straight events to open the inaugural season. It started at the Chris Banister Gamecock Classic which was followed by triumphs at the Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate and Hawkeye Invitational. That first team won four times in all matching Murray’s high expectations. Her program has been a consistent player on the national scene. There have been five NCAA Regional Appearances in five years…yep, five for five. The inaugural season saw freshman sensation Emma de Groot qualify as an individual and the team has followed suit ever since. The first team appearance was in 2009 which coincidentally is the first time the team advanced to the NCAA Championship. After a runner-up finish at the SoCon Championship, the Mocs headed to the Scarlet Course in Columbus, Ohio for the NCAA Central Regional. Chattanooga claimed eighth-place and a spot in the finals ahead of No. 15 Louisville, No. 17 Kent State, Washington, Stanford and Notre Dame among others. UTC missed a top 20 finish by two shots but topped the likes of No. 18 UC Irvine, Texas and Ohio State. The team has been in regionals at the 2010 East Regional (18th), 2011 Central (T12th) and 2012 East (19th). Maria Juliana Loza earned the program’s first top 10 tying for eight at the 2011 Central Regional on Warren Golf Course in Notre Dame, Ind. Loza was four-over par on her final round through 12 holes. Murray told her she need to finish at even par so Loza birdied four of the final six holes including the last three to get to sevenover par for the tournament. She lost a playoff to advance to the NCAA Championship but earned

Murray’s Mocs have won 12 team - 3 SoCon - and nine individual - 2 SoCon - titles.

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All-Central Regional honors. Along with the 12 team titles, Murray has had nine medalists as well. Six of those titles belong to de Groot who had at least one win in each of her four seasons. She won the Mocs first SoCon Women’s Golf Championship in 2011 beating teammate Jordan Britt in second by three. Kelly Brotherton won the first event the team played in (Chris Banister Gamecock Cl.), while Christine Wolf set school and tournament records with her win at the 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite. Britt has the most recent win. After the runner-up finish to de Groot in 2011, she claimed a three-shot win as the Mocs swept the 2012 SoCon Championship. Her medalist honor came by three over the 32nd-ranked player in the nation, Fanny Cnops (UNCG). The Mocs claimed four wins in 2010-11 tying the school record with the inaugural season of 2007-08. UTC won at the Furman Intercollegiate, Kinderlou Forest Challenge, JMU/Eagle Landing Invite and the Southern Conference Championship. Her ladies shattered school and tournament records at JMU/Eagle Landing with a final round 278 (-10). They finished 33 shots clear of East Carolina, a 2011 NCAA Regional squad, with an 859 total (-5). Chattanooga would add a 30-stroke victory in claiming its second straight SoCon title. UTC shot the low round each day and boasted three student-athletes in the top five, four in the top 10. For the second year in a row the Mocs ranked among the top 40 programs at the end of the season. The Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index’s final ranking had Chattanooga listed at No. 31 for the program’s best end-of-year mark. UTC defeated the likes of Florida State, Georgia, Kent State, Oklahoma State, San Jose State, South Carolina, Texas A&M and Texas Tech, all 2010 NCAA Championship qualifiers. Murray claimed SoCon Coach of the Year as all six team members were honored on postseason squads. de Groot was named Golfer of the Year and was joined on the all-league squad by Loza and Christine Wolf. Britt, Budhram and Duvernay (a mid-season enrollee) made the allfreshman team. The 2009-10 schedule proved the Mocs were up to task. UTC claimed wins over six teams that ended the season in the top 25 including No. 5 Duke. Other top 25 wins included No. 16 Texas A&M, No. 17 Ohio State (2-1), No. 19 Oklahoma State (1-0), No. 21 LSU and No. 23 TCU. For her efforts, Murray was named SoCon Coach of the Year. That award was announced shortly after the team captured its first league title with a stunning final nine performance. The team was down five strokes to the College of Charleston at the turn in the final round, when Loza and de Groot keyed a 13-shot turnaround. The duo combined to shoot five-under par on the back nine to lead the Mocs to an eight-stroke victory. It could be argued that despite the Mocs’ seven tournament wins over the first two-plus years of the program, the eighth-place finish at the 2009 Hooters Collegiate Match Play was the best to date in the program’s short history, despite it also serving as a disappointing one. Chattanooga finished ahead of two top 10 programs from 2008-09 in Duke (8) and North Carolina (9) as well as Kent State and TCU which were Nos. 22 and 25; respectively. UTC also took Florida, South Carolina and Georgia to the limit in match play losing 3-2 to the Gators and Gamecocks, and 2-1-2 to UGa. UTC claimed third-place at the Golfweek Conference Challenge in Primm, Nev., at the Primm Valley Casinos Resort Desert Course. The Mocs shot a 54-hole total of 19-over par 883 which fell just two shots shy of the leader, Pepperdine at 881 and one behind Cal at 882. Chattanooga finished ahead of Ohio State (884), Oklahoma State (886), UC Irvine (890), Harvard (904), UNLV (904), East Tennessee State (915) and Oral Roberts (915) to round out the top 10. Wolf finished tied for third at 216 (E), while de Groot tied for 11th at 221 (+5). The Mocs ended the year ranked No. 39 on Golfstat, as the program’s ranking continued to rise at the end of each season. The team was No. 44 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index and received votes in the Golf World/NGCA Coaches Poll throughout the season. In 12 2008-09 tournaments, the team met at least one of the top five teams in the country six times. Chattanooga compiled a record of 86-89-2 against that schedule. In 10 regular-season tournaments, the Mocs faced top 10 opponents 20 times including a win over No. 5 Wake Forest at the Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship in October. The team finished the year ranked in the top 50 in both the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index and Golfstat ending up as the top ranked team in the Southern Conference at No. 44. Just three UTC losses that season came against teams ranked outside the top 50 with all three of the losses coming against teams ranked in the top 60. The 2009 team boasted two All-SoCon performers in de Groot and Maria Salinas who was named the league’s Freshman of the Year.


NCAA REGIONAL: 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP: 2009

MURRAY CONT. 2-TIME SOCON COACH OF THE YEAR

MURRAY AT A GLANCE COACHING RECORD Years Wins 2007-08 113 2008-09 86 2009-10 94 2010-11 105 2011-12 74 Totals 472

Losses 45 89 70 60 100 364

Ties 3 2 3 3 3 15

Titles 4 2 1 4 1 12

NCAA APPEARANCES 2009 Central Regional (8th of 21) 2009 Finals (21st of 24) 2010 East Regional (18th of 24) 2011 Central Regional (T12th of 24) 2012 East Regional (19th of 24) SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TITLES 2010, 2011, 2012 NGCA ALL-AMERICA SCHOLAR 2010: Maria Juliana Loza 2011: Jordan Britt, Yushira Budhram, Marion Duvernay, Maria Juliana Loza 2012: Mette Kryger, Maria Juliana Loza TEAM TITLES 2007-08: Chris Banister Gamecock Classic, Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate, Hawkeye Invitational, Larry Nelson Collegiate Invitational 2008-09: Chris Banister Gamecock Classic, JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational 2009-10: Southern Conference Championship 2010-11: Furman Intercollegiate, Kinderlou Forest Challenge, Kinderlou Forest Challenge, JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational, Southern Conference Championship 2011-12: Southern Conference Championship

NCAA INDIVIDUAL QUALIFIER 2008: Emma de Groot SoCON GOLFER of the YEAR 2011: Emma de Groot SoCON FRESHMAN of the YEAR 2008: Emma de Groot 2009: Maria Salinas ALL-CONFERENCE PLAYERS 2008: Emma de Groot, Christine Wolf 2009: Emma de Groot, Maria Salinas 2010: Emma de Groot, Maria Juliana Loza 2011: Emma de Groot, Maria Juliana Loza, Christine Wolf 2012: Jordan Britt ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 2008: Emma de Groot, Christine Wolf 2009: Maria Juliana Loza, Maria Salinas 2011: Jordan Britt, Yushira Budhram, Marion Duvernay 2012: Mette Kryger

AACADEMICALLY Murray’s student-athletes not only eexcel x on the course, but in the classroom aass well. She takes great pride in her teams eexcelling x in the classroom as they have on tthe h course. In the epic 2009 season, the w women’s golf program was second each ssemester e in team grade point average sscoring c 3.44 in the fall and 3.46 in the sspring p while playing at a high level. TThey h followed that joining 10 other UUTC program exceeding 3.0 again each ssemester e of 2009-10 including a 3.57 in tthe h spring. The ladies had a grade point aaverage v of just a shade below 3.65 for 22010-11 alone. Every team member in 22010-11 made the Dean’s List with two, dde Groot and Maria Juliana Loza, earning pperfect 4.0 marks. The team as a whole ccombined o for a 3.629 cumulative GPA for ttheir h academic careers. Loza, Jordan Britt, YYushira u Budhram and Marion Duvernay all

Murray has won two SoCon Coach of the Year honors in her five years.

earned NGCA All-America Scholar honors. It was the second All-America Scholar award for Loza who earned three such awards in her career. There have been five student-athletes honored a total of seven times in five years. The 2011 Mocs squad ranked No. 13 in the nation among NCAA Division I women’s golf programs with a 3.649 cumulative g.p.a. That was followed by a program-record 3.72 in 2012 with every student-athlete earning Dean’s List honors as three – Loza, Britt and Mette Kryger earning 4.0 g.p.a.’s in at least one semester. SOCIALLY Murray and her teams are active in their community in a variety of ways. While not vocal in their actions, the Mocs have been spotted chipping in with different charitable acts. One of Murray’s favorite endeavors is the Player Development Complex. The Mocs’ practice home is shared with the First Tee of Chattanooga. Instead of just utilizing the facility, Murray and her student-athletes have taken work days at the facility which has a two-fold effect. One, the team learns all that goes into making their practice home functional. Secondly, it gives them a better appreciation for what others do to make it an elite game-building experience. In May 2011, Murray received special recognition for her impact on the lives of young people. The Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland honored her with the Empowering Women Global Award. PERSONAL Murray is a 2004 graduate of JSU with a degree in General Studies with a concentration in Psychology. She was a four-year letterwinner earning seven top-10 individual finishes and 15 top-20 finishes. Overall, Murray and her teammates claimed 10 team titles. She gained her first taste of coaching experience working as an assistant to Jacksonville State Head Coach James Hobbs, a longtime, successful collegiate head coach. In 2005, Murray helped guide the Gamecocks women’s team to the Ohio Valley Conference Championship and the program’s firstever trip to the NCAA Regional Tournament. JSU placed 20th at the NCAA East Regional. A native of Dumfries, Scotland, she was a member of the Scottish golf team. She also represented Scottish National Teams for both lacrosse and soccer. Murray completed PAS (Plott Advanced Systems) qualifications, Reaching Your Potential Inc., a program that relates personality with movement in discovering your own learning styles. A TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) certified golf fitness instructor, she is undergoing Class A PGA qualifications.

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INDIVIDUAL MEDALISTS Kelly Brotherton, 2007 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic Emma de Groot, 2008 Samford Women’s Intercollegiate Emma de Groot, 2008 Larry Nelson Collegiate Invitational Emma de Groot, 2008 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic Emma de Groot, 2009 JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational Emma de Groot, 2010 SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational Christine Wolf, 2011 JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational Emma de Groot, 2011 Southern Conference Championship Jordan Britt, 2012 Southern Conference Championship

Sa SSalinas was joined on the All-Freshman tteam e by Loza. The Mocs claimed two wins iinn 2008-09. They opened the season ddefending their title at the Chris Banister GGamecock Classic in record fashion in Murray’s charges also claimed SSeptember. e tthe h title at the inaugural JMU/Eagle Invitational with a school record LLanding a 2283 (-5) in the final round. de Groot tallied medalist honors at the Chris Banister and m Landing events. JJMU/Eagle M Chattanooga concluded its season in 2007-08 ranked No. iinaugural n 770 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Ratings Index aand 75 by Golfstat. It also boasted two AAll-SoCon performers in de Groot and Wolf with de Groot earning Freshman of the w YYear e honors. A final individual ranking of NNo. 40 in the Golfstat Cup and No. 74 in tthe h Golfweek/Sagarin Ratings Index and a bberth in the NCAA East Regional added to dde Groot’s impressive first season. Murray prepares her teams for tthe h postseason by playing an aggressive It is the norm for Chattanooga sschedule. c ttoo play against the highest-ranked teams iinn the country and find key wins along tthe h way. The chronicling of the team’s wins oover v top 25 competition highlights how sstrong t the program has established itself oon the course.

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2012-13 OUTLOOK

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MOCS ARE 3-TIME SOCON DEFENDING CHAMPS

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The Chattanooga Mocs have won three straight Southern Conference Championships. They are looking to make it four in a row in 2013. They’ll do it with a young squad. Two juniors (Jordan Britt and Marion Duvernay), two sophomores (Mette Kryger and Porsche Campbell) and two freshmen (Isabella Loza and Emily McLennan) dot the roster. Three are returnees (Britt, Duvernay, Kryger) and three are newcomers (Campbell, Loza and McLennan). Britt has played in every event since her arrival in 2010, while Duvernay has been a mainstay since spring of 2011. Britt won the 2012 SoCon Championship after finishing as runner-up to former Mocs standout Emma de Groot in 2011. She made the All-SoCon team in 2012. Jordan Britt drains a putt at the 2012 SoCon Championship. Duvernay had the best regular-season finish in 2011-12 tying for fifth at the 2011 Golfweek Conference Challenge. She also impressed over the summer ending up tied for13th at the European International Amateur. Kryger was an All-Freshman selection in the SoCon last year. She claimed thirdplace over the summer at the Danish Ladies Amateur and was a semi-finalist at the Danish Match Play. Campbell is a transfer from the University of British Columbia in her native Canada. Loza is the younger sister of Maria Juliana, a four-year standout at UTC. McLennan with excellent credentials from Australia where she attended the same golf academy as PGA Tour member Jason Day. The Mocs’ schedule isis per usual. Entering the p program’s sixth season, M Murray noted a common t theme with previous years. “It’s challenging,” M Murray stated. “That’s im important for our program. W want to be the best We s playing a tough so s schedule is a necessity. ItIt has a very good mix of e events to prepare us for c championship season.” It starts with a bang w two tournaments in a with w week’s time. Chattanooga o opens at Louisville’s Wild E Cardinal Cup (Sept. Eggs Mette Kryger surveys a putt.

17-18) followed by the Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship (Sept. 21-23) in Nashville hosted by Vanderbilt. The fall continues with a return to the Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship (Oct. 12-14) in Knoxville before ending at Furman’s Lady Paladin Invitational (Oct. 26-28). The Mocs won the last time they visited Furman by 14 shots in 2009. “The Mason Rudolph and Mercedes-Benz tournaments always attract great fields,” Murray continued. “Louisville and Furman will be good tests as well. We should have a good idea about ourselves and what we need to work on to prepare for the spring. “Many people don’t realize that golf competes in both the fall and spring,” Murray noted. “Both are equally important, it’s just the championship is in the spring. You always want a strong start not only for rankings, but also to carry that momentum over to the second half of the season.” Spring season comes early for UTC with the Central District Invitational, February 18-19. The event is hosted by Michigan State in Parrish, Fla. In fact, four of the five UTC events in the new year are in Florida. Two very familiar sites dot the slate to open March. Chattanooga heads back to Orange Park, Fla., for the JMU Eagle Landing Invitational March 8-10 where it has won twice in the last four years. Then it’s on to Gainesville, Fla., and the SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invitational March 15-17. The Mocs close out the spring in Charleston, S.C., and Jacksonville, Fla. The Briers Creek Invitational is March 25-26 at Briers Creek Golf Club with the regular season wrapping up April 8-9 with the Marsh Landing Invitational. Moss Creek Golf Club in Hilton Head, S.C., remains the host of the Southern Conference Championship. It’s the fourth year the club has hosted the event with has i Duvernay D h been b a part off two SoCon S C Champion Ch i & NCAA UTC capturing the previous MMarion Regional squads. three including the last two medalists (Emma de Groot & Jordan Britt). “Moss Creek is a great venue,” Murray added. “Obviously we like it. But it is a tough test worthy of the championship.” Britt, a junior from Chattanooga, Tenn., has an enviable record there. She has shot six-over par 222 in her first two SoCon Championships with a first (2012) and second (2011). The Mocs are looking for their sixth straight trip to NCAA Regionals in 2013, fifth as a team. This year’s sites are Auburn University Club (Auburn, Ala.), Jimmie Austin OU Golf Course (Norman, Okla.) and Stanford Golf Course (Stanford, Calif.) with play May 9-11. The NCAA Championship is May 21-24 at the University of Georgia Golf Course in Athens. “Our goals never change,” Murray said. “We want to win the Southern Conference Championship, finish in the top eight at regionals and compete for a national title. Those are the expectations we place on ourselves. “I believe in this team,” she concluded. “We can’t wait to start the journey.”


NCAA REGIONAL: 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP: 2009

MEET THE MOCS RETURNERS

JORDAN BRITT

CAREER BESTS

Finish: 1, 2012 SoCon Championship Totals: 54-Hole: 220 (+4), 2012 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 36-Hole: 144 (E), 2012 JMU/Eagle Landing Invite 18-Hole: 69 (-3), 2010 Landfall Tradition Rounds: 1st: 70 (-2), Twice (MR: 2012 SunTrust Gator W.G. Invite) 2nd: 71 (-1), 2012 SoCon Championship 3rd: 69 (-3), 2010 Landfall Tradition

Jr. • Chattanooga, Tenn. (Signal Mountain H.S.) Major: Nursing 2012 SoCon Champion 2012 All-SoCon 2011 All-SoCon Freshman Team 2011 NGCA All-American Scholar • 2012 Southern Conference Champion after runner-up finish in 2011 to teammate Emma de Groot. • 2012 All-SoCon, 2011 SoCon All-Freshman Team and 2011 NGCA Scholar All-American. • Finished in the final four of the 2010 and 2011 Tennessee Women’s Amateur, quarterfinals of 2011 Southern Women’s Am, 10th at Golf Capital of Tennessee Women’s Open and was Class A/AA State Champion in 2009 as a senior at Signal Mountain. 2011-12 2012 Southern Conference Champion and All-SoCon pick... led team with 76.57 stroke average...also led squad in birdies (70), par or better rounds (5), fewest bogeys (4.47/ round) and par four scoring (4.32)...one eagle and 300 pars to go with those 70 birdies playing par or better a team-high 68.7% of her holes...tied for team lead with Marion Duvernay in top 10s (2) and for the low round of the season (70)...carded 70 four times (Tar Heel Invite/ JMU Eagle Landing, SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invite & NCAA East Regional)...final round 70 at NCAA East Regional

ties for program-low in an NCAA postseason event with Emma de Groot (2010 East)...won league title by three shots over then-32nd ranked Fanny Cnops (UNCG)...had the Mocs’ season-low 54-hole score with a career-best 220 tying for 10th at JMU Eagle Landing Invite...her five birdies in the final round of the Bettie Lou Evans Invite tied Duvernay for that high as well tying it in her final round of the season at the East Regional...career-hightying 11 birdies at the SoCon Championship was a team best for 2011-12...14 pars (twice) tied for team-high with Duvernay, Mette Kryger and Maria Juliana Loza...36 pars in back-to-back events (SunTrust Gator/Knights & Pirates)...26 of 30 rounds counted to team score...Dean’s List and SoCon Honor Roll. 2010-11 Averaged 77.77 strokes per round… NGCA All-American Scholar…SoCon All-Freshman team… Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll…runner-up to teammate Emma de Groot at SoCon Championship shooting six-over par 222…closed with a final round 70 (-2) to help Mocs push to 30-stroke victory…topped 17 top 100 golfers tying for 11th at Landfall Tradition including one top 10 (Stephanie Kono, UCLA) and Tennessee Amateur Champ Calle Nielson (Virginia)…season-best 69 (-3) in the final round at Landfall…tied for 14th in the Fall’s final event helping key team’s win at the Lady Paladin Invitational… T12 missing top 10 by single shot at JMU/Eagle Landing Invite (222, +6) playing as an individual…her 54-hole total tied for season-best (Landfall Tradition/SoCon Championship)…six birdies in the final round at the Landfall Tradition is season high as is 11 total birdies in the event….nine rounds with three or more birdies (4 w/5 or more)…tied with Maria Juliana Loza for the low round of the fall (4th lowest season) with a three-under par 69 in the final round of the Landfall Tradition…had

12 or more pars eight eiight h times i with wiithh a high highh off 14 14 in in the thhe fifinnal all round of the Golfweek Conference Challenge and second round of Lady Paladin Invite…37 pars at JMU/Eagle Landing Invite was tourney high…59 birdies and 310 pars…18 counters in 26 team rounds.

PERSONAL Born October 5, 1991 in Chattanooga, Tenn.…daughter of Tim and Gena Britt…has an older sister, Jacqueline, older brother, Chase, and younger brother Garret…won the Humanities Award as a senior at Signal Mountain…Jim Phifer Award winner…majoring in Nursing.

CAREER STATS Year Rounds Strokes Avg. 60’s Par/Better Top 10’s Eagles Birdies

Pars

2010-11 2011-12

30 30

2333 2297

77.77 1 76.57 0

3 5

1 2

0 1

59 70

310 300

Totals

60

4630

77.10 1

8

3

1

129

610

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SIGNAL MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL Joined the Eagles prior to her senior year after beginning her prep career at GPS in Chattanooga…led Signal Mountain to the TSSAA A-AA State title as well as district and region crowns…was medalist as well shooting levelpar 144 (73-71) and winning by nine shots…played for former Mocs guard Wes Moore who helped lead UTC to the 1997 NCAA Sweet 16.

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MEET THE MOCS RETURNERS

MARION DUVERNAY

CAREER BESTS

Finish: T5, 2011 Golfweek Conference Challenge Totals: 54-Hole: 221 (+5), Twice, MR: 2011 Golfweek Conference Chall. 36-Hole: 146 (+2), 2012 Knights & Pirates Invite 18-Hole: 70 (-2), Twice (MR: 2012 Knights & Pirates Invite) Rounds: 1st: 72 (E), 2011 Golfweek Conference Challenge 2nd: 70 (-2), 2012 Knights & Pirates Invite 3rd: 70 (-2), 2011 Tar Heel Invite

Jr. • Publier, France Major: Mechanical Engineering Universite Paul Sabatier 2011 SoCon All-Freshman 2011 NGCA All-American Scholar • Mid-season enrollee earned 2011 SoCon All-Freshman honors and NGCA Scholar All-American. • Won the 2011 Yves Caillol Cup in France. • Tied for 13th at 2012 European International Amateur shooting 70-67-73-74 and was ninth at Swiss Amateur. • Ranked among the top 10 juniors in France with three junior wins including 2009 French Junior Ladies Amateur & eight top 10 finishes and finished 12th in pro event (2009 Dinard Ladies Open).

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2011-12 Second on the squad with 77.40 stroke average…tied for team lead with two top 10s with Jordan Britt…her 70s at Golfweek Conference Challenge and Knights & Pirates Invite ties for Mocs’ season-low round with Britt…led team in par five scoring (5.11) and counter percentage (90.0%)…second to Britt with four par or better rounds…posted first top 5 finish opening in a tie for fifth at the Golfweek Conference Challenge…her 54-hole total of five-over par 221 (72-77-72) was her low for the

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campaign matched in the spring at the Knights & Pirates Invite tying for ninth…set new marks for low 18 while tying career-low for 54-hole total…career-best five birdiess in final round of Tar Heel Invite which tied Britt for team’s best of 2011-12…nine birdies at the Golfweek Conferencee Challenge is also a career high…14 pars in a round twice (Golfweek 1/Tar Heel 2)…36 total pars at Knights & Piratess Invite…just eight bogeys at the Golfweek Conference Challenge is a team best as well…tied for second with Mette Kryger with 50 birdies…also recorded one eagle and 309 pars shooting par or better on 66.7 percent of her holes…counted in 27 of 30 team rounds…Dean’s List, Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and SoCon Honor Roll. 2010-11 Spring enrollee… NGCA All-American Scholar…SoCon All-Freshman…tied for ninth shooting five-over par 221 at the JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational…first round of her career was level par 73 playing as an individual at Kinderlou Forest Challenge with two birdies, 15 pars and a double bogey…tied for 25th at SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invitational...counted in 13 of 15 team rounds…shot par or better twice with a low of 71 (-1) in final round of JMU/Eagle Landing Invite…season-high three birdies three times (SunTrust Gator 1, JMU/Eagle Landing 3, NCAA Central Regional 1)…six total birdies at SunTrust Gator is tourney best as is 38 pars at JMU/Eagle Landing…tied team high for pars in a round (Christine Wolf) with 16 in opening round at JMU/Eagle Landing… team leader in eagles with two…29 birdies and 181 pars in 18 rounds.

FRANCE FRANCE FRAN CE Top 10 junior in France…eight top 10 finishes in her last two years of junior play…three career junior wins including 2009 French Junior Ladies Championship… qualified and competed in pro event finishing 12th at the Dinard Ladies Open…won 2011 Yves Caillol Cup (Golf Club d’Aix Marseille). PERSONAL Born June 27, 1989 in Evian, France…daughter of Eric and Francoise Duvernay…has a younger sister Justine… starting playing golf at eight years old…home golf club is Evian Masters Golf Club, site of the Evian Masters, a major on the Ladies European Tour...strong student who is transferring from Universite Paul Sabatier (Toulouse, France)…majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

CAREER STATS Year Rounds Strokes Avg. 60’s Par/Better Top 10’s Eagles Birdies

Pars

2011 2011-12

18 30

1404 2302

78.00 0 77.40 0

2 4

1 2

2 1

29 50

181 309

Totals

48

3706

77.63 0

6

3

3

79

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MEET THE MOCS RETURNERS

METTE KRYGER

CAREER BESTS

Finish: T14, 2012 SoCon Championship Totals: 54-Hole: 222 (+6), 2011 Tar Heel Invite 36-Hole: 146 (+2), 2011 Tar Heel Invite 18-Hole: 71 (-1), 2012 JMU Eagle Landing Invite Rounds: 1st: 73 (+1), 2 times (MRL 2012 Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Cl.) 2nd: 73 (+1), 2011 Tar Heel Invite 3rd: 71 (-1), 2012 JMU Eagle Landing Invite

Soph. • Nivaa, Denmark Major: Communications

2012 NGCA Scholar All-American 2012 SoCon All-Freshman

• Strong ball striker with excellent short game. • Has represented Denmark in numerous international competitions. • Six top three finishes as a junior from 2009-11 with one win (Furesopokalen). • Played in six events during summer of 2012 finishing third at the Danish International Ladies Championship and was a semifinalist at the Danish Match Play. 2011-12 Perfect 4.0 both semesters in the classroom earning Dean’s List, Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and SoCon Honor Roll…NGCA Scholar All-American…SoCon All-Freshman squad…represented Denmark in Spirit International competition after fall collegiate slate…best finish was tie for 14th at SoCon Championship…best 54-hole total came at Tar Heel Invite shooting 222 while also recording

her low 36 (146) score…led the team in eagles (2)…tied for second in birdies with 50…high of four recorded in first round of Tar Heel Invite and matched later in opening 18 of Edwin Watts/ Kiawah Island Classic…tourney high of eight birdies (Edwin Watts/Kiawah Islandd Classic & SoCon Championship)…tied for team high of 14 pars in final round of JMU Eagle Landing Invite…36 pars was best tournament total at Knights & Pirates Invite…counted in 26 of 30 team m rounds.

PERSONAL Born November 18, 1992…daughter of Annette and Henrik Kryger…has one older brother, Jesper…undecided on her major.

CAREER STATS Year Rounds Strokes Avg. 60’s Par/Better Top 10’s Eagles Birdies

Pars

2011-12

288

30

2344

78.13 0

1

0

2

50

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DENMARK One of Denmark’s top juniors…playing for her home country in the 2011 Spirit International (November)…six top three finishes as a junior (2009-11)… tied for 12th at the Italian Ladies Amateur…third place in the 2009 and 2010 Danish Junior Championships.

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MEET THE MOCS PORSCHE CAMPBELL

NEWCOMERS

So. • Vancouver, Canada Major: Food & Nutrition Univ. of British Columbia

- Transfer from the University of British Columbia. - Sweet swinging ball-striker. - Three-time junior winner in Canada. CANADA Transfer from the University of British Columbia (NAIA)…competed in four events in 2010-11 for the Thunderbirds…won three times in 2009 and 2010 including the 2009 MJT National Tour Championship, a six-stroke victory…2009 BCGA Zone 4 Junior Champion and won the 2010 MJT Mayfair Lakes…also posted a runner-up and tie for fifth as well in MJT (Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour) events in 2010…three-year captain for the Notre Dame Regional Secondary team from 2007-09… also participated in the CJGA Canadian Team Cup and North Pacific Team Matches in 2009…was a soccer standout. PERSONAL Born December 2, 1992…daughter of David Campbell and Natalie Ogilvy…older brother Josh is a chef…first Mocs golfer from Canada…majoring in Food and Nutrition.

ISABELLA LOZA

Fr. • Bucaramanga, Colombia Major: Marketing Aspaen Gimnasio Cantillana

- Great addition to the program with several junior wins from Colombia. - A well-travelles player in experience playing in events all over the world including numerous junior events in the U.S. - Represented Colombia in team events. COLOMBIA A true international player she owns wins on two continents…2011 Colombia National Champion…2011 AJGA Preseason Junior at the Bridges Golf Cub Medalist…came back from a onestroke deficit to win by three with a final round 74 (+1)…qualified for 2011 U.S. Women’s Amateur at Walnut Grove C.C. (Dayton, Ohio)…finished sixth at 2011 Coca-Cola Junior Championship and 2011 Selectivo Suramericano Juvenil…led Colombia to 2011 South American Youth Championship defeating Argentina.

2012-13 WOMEN’S GOLF

PERSONAL Born June 18, 1993 in Bucaramanga, Colombia…daughter of Monica Ortiz and Jorge Loza…older sister Maria Juliana was a two-time All-SoCon pick for the Mocs…majoring in Marketing.

EMILY MCLENNAN

Fr. • Queensland, Australia Major: Undecided Hills International

- One of the top-rated juniors to join the Mocs program. - Captained Queensland in Australian Teams Junior Championship. - Former Queensland Golf Industry Junior Player of the Year. AUSTRALIA One of Australia’s top juniors…won three times with 14 other top 10s since 2010 playing in junior and women’s amateur and professional events…2010 and 2011 Tasmanian Girls Masters Champion…2010 New Caledonia Open winner (women’s pro event)…2010 Queensland Golf Industry Junior Player of the Year…competed in a variety of professional tourneys: 2012 ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open (Ladies European Tour & Australian LPGA), 2012 Women’s Victorian Open (Australian LPGA) & 2012 Bing Lee/Samsung Women’s New South Wales Open (Australian LPGA)…played for her state of Queensland the in the Australian Teams Junior Championship captaining the team since her 15th birthday…went undefeated in 2011 leading Queensland to the title…represented Golf Australia at British Junior Open (2010), Callaway World Junior (2009, 2011) and Jakarta World Junior Championships (2011)…attended Hills Golf Academy, the same school as PGA Tour player Jason Day. PERSONAL Born June 30, 1994…daughter of Greg and Sue McLennan…two older siblings, Tess and Hannah, and one younger, Alex…undecided on major.

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MEET THE MOCS NEWCOMERS

2012-13 WOMEN’S GOLF 2011-12 CHATTANOOGA MOCS GOLF (L-R): Yushira Budhram, Maria Juliana Loza, Mette Kryger, Marion Duvernay, Jordan Britt and Michaela Gasplmayr. Photo taken at Black Creek Club.

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2011-12 REWIND STATS, LOW ROUNDS & RANKINGS

Name

T’ment Rnds Avg Counters Low 60’s Par/Bet Top 10’s Best Finish

Jordan Britt 10 Marion Duvernay 10 Maria Juliana Loza 9 Mette Kryger 10 Sophie Weilguni 5 Yushira Budhram 2 Michaela Gasplmayr 4

30 30 27 30 18 6 11

76.57 77.40 77.67 78.13 79.89 79.33 79.27

26 27 24 26 8 3 8

70 70 72 71 75 73 74

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

5 4 2 1 0 0 0

2 2 1 0 0 0 1

1, SoCon Champ. T5, Golfweek Conf. Chall. 3, SoCon Champ. T14, SoCon Champ. T31, SoCon Champ. 91, Tar Heel Invite T8, Bettie Lou Evans Invite

Team

120 76.82

--

293 --

0

--

1, SoCon Champ.

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Date

Tournament

Sept. 19-21

Golfweek Conference Challenge 14th of 18 305-325-302=932 Red Sky Golf Club (Fazio Course); Wolcott, Colo. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Marion Duvernay, T5, 72-77-72=221 (+5)

Results

Scores

Sept. 30-Oct. 2 Bettie Lou Evans Invitational 6th of 16 331-310-305=946 University Club of Kentucky; Lexington, Ky. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Michaela Gasplmayr, T8, 83-76-74=233 (+17)

2012-13 WOMEN’S GOLF

Oct. 7-9

Tar Heel Invitational 16th of 18 307-297-293=897 UNC Finley Course; Chapel Hill, N.C. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Jordan Britt, T34, 78-73-70=221 (+5)

Oct. 28-30

The Landfall Tradition 17th of 18 309-328-318=955 Country Club of Landfall; Wilmington, N.C. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Marion Duvernay, T45, 73-84-80=237 (+21)

Feb. 26-28

Kiawah Island Intercollegiate 10th of 33 309-302-310=921 Osprey Point at Kiawah Island; Kiawah Island, S.C. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Maria Juliana Loza, T31, 77-73-78=228 (+12)

Mar. 9-11

JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational T7th of 18 303-304-302=909 Eagle Landing Golf Club; Orange Park, Fla. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Jordan Britt, T10, 70-74-76=220 (+4)

Mar. 16-18

SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invitational 15th of 18 302-311-310=923 Mark Bostick Golf Course at UF; Gainesville, Fla. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Jordan Britt, T39, 70-79-76=225 (+15)

Apr. 9-10

Knights & Pirates Invite T5th of 15 298-298-299=895 Suntree Country Club; Melbourne, Fla. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Marion Duvernay, T9, 76-70-75=221 (+5)

Apr. 15-17

Southern Conference Championship 1st of 10 317-303-301=921 Moss Creek Golf Club; Hilton Head, S.C. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Jordan Britt, 1, 77-71-74=222 (+6)

May 10-12

NCAA East Regional 19th of 24 311-306-302=919 Penn State Golf Courses Blue; State College, Pa. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Maria Juliana Loza, T19, 73-72-76=221 (+5)

Jordan Britt (left) won her first collegiate event and did it in dramatic fashion winning the 2012 Southern Conference Championship. She anchored the Mocs’ third straight team title getting up-and-down on each of the last four holes. At the event, Britt was named to the All-SoCon team. Maria Juliana Loza (center) earned her third straight NGCA Scholar All-American mention. Mette Kryger (right) matched that feat while getting a nod on the SoCon All-Freshman team. All six Mocs earned Dean’s List and Athletics Director Honor Roll status as the team combined for a 3.621 GPA in 2011-12, the 10th-best total in NCAA DI. The squad had a program-record 3.72 GPA for the Spring of 2012, paced by 4.0’s from Britt, Kryger and Loza.

TOP 10 TEAM ROUNDS OF 2011-12 Event 1) Tar Heel Invite 2) Tar Heel Invite 3) Knights & Pirates Inv tie) Knights & Pirates Inv 5) Knights & Pirates Inv 6) SoCon Champ. 7) Golfweek Conf. Chall. tie) Kiawah Island Inter. tie) JMU Eagle Landing tie) SunTrust Gator tie) NCAA East Regional

Score 293 (+5) 297 (+9) 298 (+10) 298 (+10) 299 (+11) 301 (+13) 302 (+14) 302 (+14) 302 (+14) 302 (+22) 302 (+14)

Round 3 2 1 2 3 3 3 2 3 1 3

Date 10/9 10/8 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/17 9/21 2/27 3/11 3/16 5/12

TOP 10 INDIVIDUAL ROUNDS OF 2011-12 Event 1) Jordan Britt tie) Marion Duvernay tie) Jordan Britt tie) Jordan Britt tie) Marion Duvernay tie) Jordan Britt 7) Mette Kryger tie) Jordan Britt 9) Marion Duvernay tie) Marion Duvernay tie) Maju Loza tie) Maju Loza

Score 70 (-2) 70 (-2) 70 (-2) 70 (E) 70 (-2) 70 (-2) 71 (-1) 71 (-1) 72 (E) 72 (E) 72 (E) 72 (E)

Round 3 3 1 1 2 3 3 2 1 3 1 2

Event Tar Heel Invite Tar Heel Invite JMU Eagle Landing SunTrust Gator Knights & Pirates NCAA East JMU Eagle Landing SoCon Champ. Golfweek Golfweek Knights & Pirates NCAA East

IN THE RANKINGS Date FINAL

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Golfweek 69

Golfstat Golf World 73 NA


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2011-12 REWIND 2011-12 TOURNEY RESULTS

Marion Duvernay opened the 2011-12 season with a top five at the Golfweek Conference Challenge.

Tar Heel Invitational Oct. 7-9 • UNC Finley Golf Course • Chapel Hill, N.C. The Mocs shot their best rounds of the fall while finishing 16th against a power-packed field at the Tar Heel Invitational. UTC bounced back from a disappointing start (307) with the two lowest 18s of the season at 297 and 293. Jordan Britt played her final 36 holes at one-under par (143) to tie for 34th at 221 (+5). 1) No. 9 LSU 284-285-287 856 (-8) 2) No. 8 Alabama 281-288-291 860 (-4) 3) No. 6 Auburn 287-290-284 861 (-3) 4) No. 5 North Carolina 290-286-286 862 (-2) 5) No. 14 N.C. State 291-289-289 869 (+5) 6) Tennessee 293-290-287 870 (+6) tie) No. 16 Georgia 295-286-289 870 (+6) 8) Wake Forest 284-297-296 877 (+13) tie) Michigan State 291-291-295 877 (+13) 10) No. 11 Duke 298-287-294 879 (+15) 11) No. 20 South Carolina 289-299-294 882 (+18) 12) Louisville 296-296-292 884 (+20) tie) No. 2 Virginia 297-292-295 884 (+20) 14) Tulane 295-300-293 888 (+24) 15) Arkansas 300-302-288 890 (+26) 16) Chattanooga 307-297-293 897 (+33) 17) Coastal Carolina 304-296-301 901 (+37) 18) Notre Dame 307-305-297 909 (+45) MOCS: T34) Jordan Britt 78-73-70 221 (+5) T37) Mette Kryger 73-73-76 222 (+6) T55) Marion Duvernay 80-75-70 225 (+9) T79) Michaela Gasplmayr 77-76-77 230 (+14) 91) Yushira Budhram 79-78-79 236 (+20)

2012-13 WOMEN’S GOLF

Golfweek Conference Challenge Sept. 19-21 • Red Sky G.C. (Fazio) • Wolcott, Colo. The Mocs finished 14th at the Golfweek Conference Challenge shooting rounds of 305, 325 and 302 (932). The bright spot was the play of sophomore Marion Duvernay who finished tied for fifth at five-over par (221). 1) Oklahoma 301-307-291 899 (+35) 2) UC Davis 294-313-297 904 (+40) 3) Tulsa 305-305-296 906 (+42) 4) Pepperdine 300-306-301 907 (+43) 5) Oregon 297-304-307 908 (+44) tie) Ole Miss 300-306-302 908 (+44) 7) Denver 299-307-306 912 (+48) 8) TCU 307-311-295 913 (+49) 9) Notre Dame 302-311-304 917 (+53) tie) Coastal Carolina 297-313-307 917 (+53) 11) Georgia State 304-319-301 924 (+60) 12) UTSA 304-314-312 930 (+66) tie) Kennesaw State 304-317-309 930 (+66) 14) Chattanooga 305-325-302 932 (+68) 15) New Mexico State 312-311-311 934 (+70) 16) Minnesota 302-324-312 938 (+74) 17) Penn 313-325-321 959 (+95) 18) Western Michigan 320-332-319 971 (+107) MOCS: T5) Marion Duvernay 72-77-72 221 (+5) T54) Maria Juliana Loza 77-81-78 236 (+20) T69) Mette Kryger 79-84-77 240 (+24) T73) Michaela Gasplmayr 81-87-75 243 (+27) T77) Jordan Britt 77-83-85 245 (+29)

Bettie Lou Evans Invitational Sept. 30-Oct. 2 • University Club • Lexington, Ky. The Mocs rallied to finish sixth at the Bettie Lou Invitational. An opening with a 331, the Mocs shot the fourth-best round on day two and the second-lowest final tally. Michaela Gasplmayr posted her first collegiate top 10 (T8 - 233). 1) Kentucky 312-309-303 924 (+60) 2) UCF 311-305-316 932 (+68) 3) Augusta State 326-307-307 940 (+76) 4) Michigan 322-310-312 944 (+80) 5) Illinois 318-315-312 945 (+81) 6) Chattanooga 331-310-305 946 (+82) 7) Miami (Fla.) 314-320-313 947 (+83) 8) Kennesaw State 322-319-315 956 (+92) 9) Middle Tennessee 322-315-323 960 (+96) 10) Florida Southern 326-314-321 961 (+97) 11) Murray State 330-327-315 972 (+108) 12) Mississippi State 320-318-335 973 (+109) 13) Jacksonville State 325-326-325 976 (+112) 14) Akron 327-332-319 978 (+114) 15) Toledo 334-331-320 985 (+121) 16) Marshall 325-341-320 986 (+122) MOCS: T8) Michaela Gasplmayr 83-76-74 233 (+17) T21) Marion Duvernay 83-77-77 237 (+21) T28) Mette Kryger 83-77-79 239 (+23) T28) Jordan Britt 84-80-75 239 (+23) 75) Maria Juliana Loza 82-84-88 254 (+38)

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2011-12 REWIND 2011-12 TOURNEY RESULTS

2012-13 WOMEN’S GOLF

The Landfall Tradition Oct. 28-30 • Country Club of Landfall • Wilmington, N.C. UTC closed the fall with a 17th-place finish at the prestigious Landfall Tradition. Marion Duvernay was low tying for 45th at 237. 1) Purdue 304-303-297 904 (+40) 2) No. 3 Auburn 297-312-309 918 (+54) 3) No. 16 Ohio State 308-311-300 919 (+55) 4) South Carolina 307-314-301 922 (+58) 5) Iowa State 315-306-302 923 (+59) tie) Michigan State 312-308-303 923 (+59) 7) No. 15 Duke 314-303-307 924 (+60) 8) No. 13 N.C. State 311-313-308 932 (+68) tie) No. 4 North Carolina 306-313-313 932 (+68) 10) Notre Dame 306-314-314 934 (+70) tie) Wake Forest 311-315-308 934 (+70) tie) Florida State 315-309-310 934 (+70) 13) Virginia 321-312-305 938 (+74) 14) Ole Miss 315-321-307 943 (+79) 15) Tulane 317-316-315 948 (+84) 16) Northwestern 320-316-314 950 (+86) 17) Chattanooga 309-328-318 955 (+91) 18) UNC Wilmington 322-319-328 969 (+105) MOCS: T45) Marion Duvernay 73-84-80 237 (+21) T53) Mette Kryger 78-80-80 238 (+22) T66) Jordan Britt 80-88-73 241 (+25) T79) Maria Juliana Loza 78-83-85 246 (+30) ---) Michaela Gasplmayr 85-81-W

Maria Juliana Loza ended her career with three top fives at the SoCon Championship helping lead the Mocs to three titles.

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28) William & Mary 29) High Point 30) Marshall 31) Radford 32) IUPUI 33) The Citadel MOCS: T31) Maria Juliana Loza T48) Jordan Britt T63) Mette Kryger T91) Marion Duvernay T109) Yushira Budhram T59) Sophie Weilguni (I)

Jordan Britt applies a little body english on the green at the 2012 Southern Conference Championship.

Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Classic Feb. 26-28 • Cougar Pt & Oak Pt G.C. • Kiawah Island, S.C. Chattanooga opened the spring slate with a 10th-place finish at the Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Classic. Maria Juliana Loza shot rounds of 77, 73 and 78 to tie for 31st at 228. 1) Augusta State 286-296-295 877 (+13) 2) UNCG 307-297-295 899 (+35) 3) Campbell 306-298-299 903 (+39) tie) Elon 303-296-304 903 (+39) 5) College of Charleston 313-305-292 910 (+46) 6) Daytona State 314-296-301 911 (+47) 7) Middle Tennessee 313-304-298 915 (+51) 8) Jacksonville State 307-305-307 919 (+55) tie) Old Dominion 315-295-309 919 (+55) 10) Chattanooga 309-302-310 921 (+57) 11) Oral Roberts 318-308-301 927 (+63) 12) Arkansas-Little Rock 309-312-307 928 (+64) 13) Bucknell 322-298-309 929 (+65) 14) St. John’s 322-299-309 930 (+66) 15) Longwood 310-312-309 931 (+67) tie) Georgetown 324-301-306 931 (+67) tie) Akron 314-302-315 931 (+67) 18) Mercer 315-310-308 933 (+69) tie) Charleston Southern 322-305-306 933 (+69) 20) Morehead State 315-320-302 937 (+73) 21) Western Carolina 317-304-317 938 (+74) 22) Illinois State 326-305-312 943 (+79) 23) Arkansas State 310-321-313 944 (+80) 24) Newberry 317-309-319 945 (+81) 25) Richmond 317-312-321 950 (+86) 26) Presbyterian 325-303-323 951 (+87) 27) Winthrop 329-304-320 953 (+89)

331-300-323 954 (+90) 331-300-324 955 (+91) 325-303-333 961 (+97) 327-308-328 963 (+99) 336-311-324 971 (+107) 346-342-3301018 (+154) 77-73-78 79-77-75 73-80-81 82-79-76 80-73-87 77-79-77

228 (+12) 231 (+15) 234 (+18) 237 (+21) 240 (+24) 233 (+17)

JMU Eagle Landing Invitational March 9-11 • Eagle Landing Golf Club • Orange Park, Fla. The Mocs finished seventh behind Jordan Britt. Britt tied for 10th shooting a UTC season-best +4 (220) with rounds of 70, 74 and 76. The Mocs 909 is its best 54-hole total to date in 2011-12. 1) USF 287-297-299 883 (+19) 2) Maryland 295-290-301 896 (+22) 3) East Carolina 294-302-294 890 (+26) 4) Campbell 294-304-295 893 (+29) 5) Illinois 302-294-304 900 (+36) 6) East Tennessee State 304-299-300 903 (+39) 7) Chattanooga 303-304-302 909 (+45) tie) UNCG 304-295-310 909 (+45) tie) Stetson 305-308-296 909 (+45) 10) Elon 302-308-305 915 (+51) 11) Samford 310-303-303 916 (+52) 12) James Madison 305-307-308 920 (+56) 13) Western Carolina 304-309-309 922 (+58) 14) Old Dominion 304-314-310 928 (+64) 15) Jacksonville 313-310-310 933 (+47) 16) Morehead State 314-302-318 934 (+70) 17) Radford 311-315-311 937 (+23) 18) Illinois State 312-314-313 939 (+75) MOCS: T10) Jordan Britt 70-74-76 220 (+4) T24) Maria Juliana Loza 74-76-76 226 (+10) T34) Mette Kryger 79-78-71 228 (+12) T73) Marion Duvernay 80-76-83 239 (+23) T90) Sophie Weilguni 84-82-79 245 (+29) SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invitational March 16-18 • Mark Bostick Golf Course • Gainesville, Fla. UTC ended up 15th at the SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invitational. The Mocs shot 302, 311 and 310 on the par 70 tract. Jordan Britt led the way tying for 39th at 225 (+15, 70-79-76). 1) No. 23 Florida 294-283-287 864 (+24) 2) No. 2 Alabama 284-293-288 865 (+25) 3) Florida State 290-293-289 872 (+32) 4) No. 10 Georgia 286-296-295 877 (+37) 5) No. 11 Duke 295-300-287 882 (+42) 6) USF 294-294-297 885 (+45) tie) No. 4 Auburn 293-300-292 885 (+45) tie) Arkansas 297-299-289 885 (+45) 9) No. 14 Baylor 302-293-291 886 (+46)


NCAA REGIONAL: 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP: 2009

2011-12 REWIND 2011-12 TOURNEY RESULTS 11) James Madison 12) Georgia State 13) Furman 14) Boston College 15) Kansas MOCS: T9) Marion Duvernay T15) Maria Juliana Loza T21) Mette Kryger T36) Jordan Britt T65) Sophie Weilguni

300-316-300 300-311-308 301-318-306 309-308-309 317-316-323

916 (+52) 919 (+55) 925 (+61) 926 (+62) 956 (+92)

76-70-75 72-76-75 74-77-74 76-75-77 80-82-75

221 (+5) 223 (+7) 225 (+9) 228 (+12) 237 (+21)

Southern Conference Championship April 15-17 • Moss Creek Golf Club • Hilton Head, S.C. The Mocs swept the Southern Conference Championship with its third straight team title and another medalist winner. Jordan Britt (Chattanooga, Tenn.) won medalist honors shooting 222 (+6) with rounds of 77, 71 and 74. Behind Britt, the team overcame a four-stroke deficit to start the final round to win by three over UNCG.

Mette Kryger earned SoCon All-Freshman and NGCA Scholar AllAmerican honors in 2012.

305-293-293 891 (+51) 291-299-306 896 (+56) 303-298-305 906 (+66) 303-301-308 912 (+72) 309-306-303 918 (+78) 302-311-310 923 (+83) 304-315-307 926 (+86) 309-305-315 929 (+89) 70-79-76 75-78-78 77-78-77 80-76-80 80-79-79

225 (+15) 231 (+21) 232 (+22) 236 (+26) 238 (+28)

Knights & Pirates Invite April 9-10 • Suntree Country Club • Melbourne, Fla. Chattanooga posted its most consistent 54 holes of the season tying for 5th at the Knights & Pirates Intercollegiate at Suntree C.C. The 298, 298 and 299 are the third through fifth best rounds of the season. Marion Duvernay notched her second top 10 of the season tying her career-low round of 221 in tying for ninth. 1) UCF 293-292-292 877 (+13) 2) Texas Tech 287-294-297 878 (+14) 3) Wisconsin 289-302-290 881 (+17) 4) Purdue 305-295-288 888 (+24) 5) Chattanooga 298-298-299 895 (+31) tie) Michigan 298-299-298 895 (+31) 7) Illinois 298-309-297 904 (+40) 8) USF 307-302-298 907 (+43) 9) FIU 303-302-303 908 (+44) 10) East Carolina 296-312-302 910 (+46)

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10) Ole Miss 11) Kentucky 12) UCF 13) Wisconsin 14) Kent State 15) Chattanooga 16) Mississippi State 17) Georgia State MOCS: T39) Jordan Britt T55) Mette Kryger T60) Sophie Weilguni 73) Maria Juliana Loza T75) Marion Duvernay

NCAA East Regional May 10-12 • Penn State Blue Course • State College, Pa. Chattanooga finished 19th at the NCAA East Regional on Penn State Blue Course. Maria Juliana Loza (Bucaramanga, Colombia) tied for 19th shooting five-over par 221. She fired rounds of 73, 72 and 76. 1) No. 25 South Carolina 288-294-291 873 (+9) T2) No. 12 Texas A&M 296-296-286 878 (+14) T2) Texas 296-300-282 878 (+14) T4) No. 2 Alabama 292-297-290 879 (+15) T4) No. 15 Florida 294-297-288 879 (+15) T6) No. 5 Arizona State 303-298-286 887 (+23) T6) No. 24 Michigan State 300-304-283 887 (+23) T6) No. 8 Duke 302-293-292 887 (+23) 9) No. 18 Arizona 302-296-293 891 (+27) 10) Campbell 313-290-290 893 (+29) 11) No. 20 Oklahoma State 299-308-289 896 (+32) 12) Tulane 298-305-300 903 (+39) 13) Washington 296-303-305 904 (+40) T14) UCF 301-307-299 907 (+43) T14) Wake Forest 304-304-299 907 (+43) 16) Kent State 306-301-301 908 (+44) 17) Maryland 303-307-304 914 (+50) 18) Northwestern 305-308-303 916 (+52) 19) Chattanooga 311-306-302 919 (+55) T20) Augusta State 311-296-316 923 (+59) T20) San Diego State 311-299-313 923 (+59) 22) Jacksonville State 314-304-309 927 (+63) 23) Oral Roberts 327-315-310 952 (+88) 24) Long Island 324-321-333 978 (+114) MOCS: T19) Maria Juliana Loza 73-72-76 221 (+5) T46) Jordan Britt 78-77-70 225 (+9) T76) Marion Duvernay 77-77-76 230 (+14) T115) Sophie Weilguni 83-80-83 246 (+30) 120) Mette Kryger 87-83-80 250 (+34)

Jordan Britt captured medalist honors leading the Mocs to their third straight SoCon title.

1) Chattanooga 2) UNCG 3) College of Charleston 4) Furman 5) Western Carolina tie) Appalachian State 7) Elon 8) Samford 9) Wofford 10) The Citadel MOCS: 1) Jordan Britt 3) Maria Juliana Loza T14) Mette Kryger T14) Marion Duvernay T31) Sophie Weilguni

317-303-301 921 (+57) 306-310-308 924 (+60) 314-317-308 939 (+75) 311-322-317 950 (+86) 315-322-314 951 (+87) 329-309-313 951 (+87) 310-327-323 960 (+96) 317-319-334 970 (+106) 319-331-327 977 (+113) 351-346-3361033 (+169) 77-71-74 77-74-76 83-76-78 80-82-75 86-83-76

222 (+6) 227 (+11) 237 (+21) 237 (+21) 245 (+29) Maria Juliana Loza posted her second consecutive top 20 in NCAA Regional play tying for 19th at Penn State.

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The 2009-10 Mocs team captured the school’s first Southern Conference Women’s Golf Championship.

Chattanooga won a second straight SoCon crown in 2010-11.

ALL-TIME LOW ROUNDS - INDIVIDUAL NAME TOURNAMENT ROUND Christine Wolf 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2 Emma de Groot 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 3 Emma de Groot 2010 SunTrust Gator W.G. Invite 3 Emma de Groot 2008 Samford Women’s Int. 3 Christine Wolf 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 3 Maju Loza 2010 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2 Emma de Groot 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 3 Emma de Groot 2008 SunTrust Lady Gator Invite 2 Maju Loza 2010 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Champ. 2 Jordan Britt 2010 Landfall Tradition 3 Yushira Budhram 2011 Kinderlou Forest Challenge 2 Christine Wolf 2011 Kinderlou Forest Challenge 3

Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emma de Groot

SCORE 66 (-6) 67 (-5) 68 (-2) 68 (-4) 68 (-4) 69 (-3) 69 (-3) 69 (-1) 69 (-3) 69 (-3) 69 (-4) 69 (-4)

ALL-TIME LOW 54-HOLE SCORE - INDIVIDUAL NAME TOURNAMENT Christine Wolf 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite Emma de Groot 2010 Samford Women’s Inter. Emma de Groot 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite Emma de Groot 2010 SunTrust Gator W.G. Invite Emma de Groot 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite Christine Wolf 2009 Golfweek Conference Challenge Kelly Brotherton 2007 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic Christine Wolf 2010 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Champ. Emma de Groot 2011 SunTrust Gator Women’s Invite Emma de Groot 2010 JMU Eagle Landing Invite Maria Salinas 2008 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Champ. Emma de Groot 2008 SunTrust Lady Gator Inv.

SCORE 209 211 212 212 213 216 216 216 216 217 217 217

PAR -7 -5 -4 +2 -3 E E E +6 +1 +1 +7

ALL-TIME LOW 36-HOLE SCORE - INDIVIDUAL NAME TOURNAMENT Christine Wolf 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite Christine Wolf 2010 NCAA East Regional

SCORE 141 142

PAR -3 -2

2010 Kinderlou Forest Challenge 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2007 Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate 2008 Samford Women’s Int. 2009 Golfweek Conference Challenge 2010 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2011 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Champ. 2010 SunTrust Gator W.G. Invite

143 143 143 143 144 144 144 144

-3 -1 -1 -1 E E E +4

ALL-TIME LOW ROUNDS - TEAM TOURNAMENT 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2008 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 2007 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 2010 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship 2011 Kinderlou Forest Challenge 2008 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2008 Mason Rudolph Womens Championship 2007 Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate 2011 SoCon Championship

ROUND 3 3 2 1 1 3 3 3 1 2 2 2 3

SCORE 278 283 285 288 288 289 290 291 291 292 292 292 292

PAR -10 -5 -3 E E +1 -2 +3 +3 +4 +4 +4 +4

ALL-TIME LOW ROUNDS - TEAM VS. PAR TOURNAMENT 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2011 Kinderlou Forest Challenge 2008 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 2007 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 2010 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship

ROUND 3 3 2 3 1 1 3

SCORE 278 283 285 290 288 288 289

VS. PAR -10 -5 -3 -2 E E +1


NCAA REGIONAL: 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP: 2009

MOCS HISTORY TEAM & INDIVIDUAL RECORDS CAREER RECORDS

The 2008-09 team was the first to advance to the NCAA Championship. Seated L-R: Maria Salinas, Christine Wolf, Maria Juliana Loza, Moa Duf, Emma de Groot & Colette Murray.

2008 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2008 Mason Rudolph Womens Championship 2007 Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate 2011 SoCon Championship

3 1 2 2 2 3

291 291 292 292 292 292

+3 +3 +4 +4 +4 +4

SCORE 859 866 878 882 883 885 892 893 895 896 896

VS. PAR -5 +2 +14 +18 +19 +21 +52 +29 +31 +20 +32

ALL-TIME LOW 36-HOLE SCORE - TEAM TOURNAMENT 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2007 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 2008 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 2009 Golfweek Conference Challenge 2007 Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate 2010 SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invitational 2010 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Champ. 2010 NCAA East Regional 2009 John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate

SCORE 581 583 585 587 590 591 592 593 594 595

VS. PAR +5 +7 +9 +11 +14 +15 +32 +17 +18 +19

RND 130 45 127 60 120 48 57 56

AVG 74.54 75.91 76.46 77.10 77.20 77.63 77.77 82.20

VS. PAR (MIN. 45 ROUNDS) Name Emma de Groot Maria Salinas Christine Wolf Jordan Britt Maria Juliana Loza Marion Duvernay Kayla Stewart Katie Taylor

Years 2008-11 2009 2008-11 2011-present 2009-12 2011-present 2008-09 2008-10

Rnd 132 45 128 60 94 48 57 56

Avg 2.73 3.93 4.63 5.32 5.35 5.81 5.98 10.34

WINS NAME Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Jordan Britt Kelly Brotherton

YEARS 2008-11 2008-11 2011-present 2008

T’MENTS 46 45 20 5

WINS 6 1 1 1

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ALL-TIME LOW 54-HOLE SCORE - TEAM TOURNAMENT 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2008 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 2010 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship 2009 Golfweek Conference Challenge 2007 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 2010 SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invite 2008 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship 2012 Knights & Pirates Invite 2011 Kinderlou Forest Challenge 2009 John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate

SCORING AVERAGE (MIN. 45 ROUNDS) NAME YEARS Emma de Groot 2008-11 Maria Salinas 2009 Christine Wolf 2008-11 Jordan Britt 2011-present Maria Juliana Loza 2009-12 Marion Duvernay 2011-present Kayla Stewart 2008-09 Katie Taylor 2008-10

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PAR OR BETTER ROUNDS NAME Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Jordan Britt Maria Salinas Marion Duvernay Yushira Budhram Kayla Stewart Kelly Brotherton Moa Duf

YEARS 2008-11 2008-11 2009-12 2011-present 2009 2011-present 2011-12 2008-09 2008 2009

RNDS 130 127 120 60 45 48 30 57 14 41

ROUNDS PLAYED NAME Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Jordan Britt Kayla Stewart Katie Taylor Marion Duvernay Maria Salinas Mette Kryger Yushira Budhram

YEARS 2008-11 2008-11 2009-12 2011-present 2008-09 2008-10 2011-present 2009 2012-present 2011-12

RNDS 132 129 120 60 57 56 48 45 30 30

TOTAL COUNTING SCORES NAME Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Kayla Stewart Jordan Britt

YEARS COUNTERS 2008-11 127 2008-11 111 2009-12 101 2008-09 45 2011-present 44

P/B 32 15 14 8 7 6 3 3 2 2

PCT. 98.4 86.0 86.3 84.9 80.0

SEASON RECORDS SCORING AVERAGE NAME Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Maria Salinas Maria Juliana Loza Jordan Britt

YEAR 2009-10 2007-08 2010-11 2010-11 2008-09 2007-08 2010-11 2008-09 2009-10 2011-12

RND 31 34 30 30 35 31 27 35 31 30

AVG 73.81 74.06 74.27 74.80 75.89 75.97 76.11 76.29 76.45 76.57

VS. PAR NAME Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Emma de Groot Maria Juliana Loza Maria Salinas Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Jordan Britt

YEAR 2009-10 2007-08 2010-11 2010-11 2008-09 2010-11 2008-09 2007-08 2009-10 2011-12

RND 31 34 32 32 35 29 35 31 31 30

AVG 1.94 2.38 2.55 3.03 3.89 4.58 4.29 4.32 4.58 4.77

WINS NAME Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Jordan Britt Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Kelly Brotherton

YEAR 2008-09 2007-08 2011-12 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2007-08

T’MENTS 12 12 10 11 11 11 5

WINS 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

PAR OR BETTER ROUNDS NAME Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Maria Salinas Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Jordan Britt

YEAR 2009-10 2007-08 2010-11 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09 2008-09 2010-11 2010-11 2011-12

RNDS 31 34 30 35 31 35 35 30 27 30

P/B 10 9 7 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

YEAR 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2007-08 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08

RNDS 35 35 35 35 34 32 32 31 31 31 31 31 31

ROUNDS PLAYED NAME Emma de Groot Maria Juliana Loza Christine Wolf Maria Salinas Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Emma de Groot Maria Juliana Loza Christine Wolf Christine Wolf Katie Taylor Kayla Stewart


NCAA REGIONAL: 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP: 2009

MOCS HISTORY TEAM & INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

FINISH PERCENTAGE NAME Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Christine Wolf Emma de Groot Maria Juliana Loza Emma de Groot Kayla Stewart Maria Salinas Maria Juliana Loza

YEAR 2007-08 2009-10 2007-08 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2008-09 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

OPP. 999 929 892 936 936 817 981 892 981 929

PCT. 92.4 86.5 80.9 79.7 79.6 72.7 68.6 66.3 65.0 62.9

COUNTER PERCENTAGE NAME Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Maria Juliana Loza Kayla Stewart Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Moa Duf Maria Salinas Marion Duvernay

YEAR COUNTERS 2009-10 31/31 2007-08 31/31 2009-10 31/31 2007-08 31/31 2008-09 34/35 2010-11 31/32 2010-11 31/32 2009-10 16/17 2008-09 32/35 2011-12 27/30

PCT. 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 97.1 96.9 96.9 94.4 91.4 90.0

RNDS 30 31 35 31 30

AVG 301.10 304.06 305.20 306.06 307.27

TEAM VS. PAR YEAR 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2011-12

RNDS 30 31 35 31 30

AVG 13.50 16.58 17.20 19.48 20.07

T’MENT 11 11 12 11 10

WINS 4 4 2 1 1

RNDS 30 35 31

P/B 3 2 1

TEAM WINS YEAR 2007-08 2010-11 2008-09 2009-10 2011-12 PAR OR BETTER ROUNDS YEAR 2010-11 2008-09 2007-08

COACH Colette Murray Colette Murray Colette Murray Colette Murray Colette Murray

OPPONENTS 161 169 168 177 176

ROUNDS PLAYED YEAR 2008-09 2010-11 2009-10 2007-08 2011-12

PCT. 71.1 63.9 57.7 49.7 42.6

RNDS 35 32 31 31 30

AWARDS SOCON COACH OF THE YEAR 2010 - Colette Murray 2011 - Colette Murray SOCON GOLFER OF THE YEAR 2011 - Emma de Groot NGCA SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICAN 2010 - Maria Juliana Loza 2011 - Jordan Britt, Yushira Budhram, Marion Duvernay, Maria Juliana Loza 2012 - Mette Kryger, Maria Juliana Loza

Emma de Groot

NCAA REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2011 - Maria Juliana Loza (Central) SOCON FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2008 - Emma de Groot 2009 - Maria Salinas

Maria Juliana Loza

ALL-SOCON 2008 - Emma de Groot, Christine Wolf 2009 - Emma de Groot, Maria Salinas 2010 - Emma de Groot, Maria Juliana Loza 2011 - Emma de Groot, Maria Juliana Loza, Christine Wolf 2012 - Jordan Britt Christine Wolf

SOCON ALL-FRESHMAN 2008 - Emma de Groot, Christine Wolf 2009 - Maria Juliana Loza, Maria Salinas 2011 - Jordan Britt, Yushira Budhram, Marion Duvernay 2012 - Mette Kryger

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TEAM SCORING AVERAGE YEAR 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2011-12

FINISH PERCENTAGE YEAR 2007-08 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2011-12

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YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM SCORING Year 2009 C 2010 E 2011 C 2012 E

Finish 8 18 12 19

1st 303 293 303 311

2nd 299 301 309 306

3rd 320 316 305 302

Total 922 910 917 919

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TEAM ROUND-BY-ROUND (COUNTERS ONLY) 2009 1 Eagles 0 Birdies 6 Pars 46 Bogeys 19 Others 1

2 0 9 45 16 2

3 0 2 38 30 2

Total 0 17 129 65 5

2010 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys Others

1 0 15 37 20 0

2 0 7 47 16 2

3 0 5 39 23 5

Total 0 27 123 59 7

2011 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys Others

1 0 6 47 17 2

2 0 4 46 21 1

3 0 10 42 15 5

Total 0 20 135 53 8

2012 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys Others

1 0 6 41 21 4

2 0 8 41 20 3

3 0 9 43 17 3

Total 0 23 125 58 10

TOP TEAM ROUNDS - NCAA REGIONALS Year 1) 2010 2) 2009 3) 2010 4) 2012 5) 2009 tie) 2011 7) 2011 8) 2012 9) 2011 10) 2012

Score 293 299 301 302 303 303 305 306 309 311

Round 1 2 2 3 1 1 3 2 2 1

Course Ironwood C.C. Scarlet Course Ironwood C.C. Penn State Blue Scarlet Course Warren G.C. Warren G.C. Penn State Blue Warren G.C. Penn State Blue

TOP 5 IND. TOTALS - REGIONALS Student-Athlete 1) Emma de Groot 2) Maju Loza 3) Christine Wolf tie) Maju Loza 5) Christine Wolf tie) Jordan Britt

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Score 220 221 223 223 225 225

To Par +4 +5 +7 +7 +9 +9

Date 2010 2012 2010 2011 2011 2012

Name T’ment Rnds Avg Counters Low 60’s Par/Bet Top 10’s Emma de Groot 5 16 75.50 13 71 0 1 0 Christine Wolf 4 13 77.38 11 70 0 2 0 Maria Juliana Loza 5 16 77.56 13 72 0 2 1 Maria Salinas 2 7 78.00 6 72 0 1 0 Moa Duf 2 7 78.29 6 74 0 0 0 Jordan Britt 2 6 78.33 5 70 0 1 0 Marion Duvernay 2 6 78.33 5 76 0 0 0 Katie Taylor 1 3 80.00 3 76 0 0 0 Sophie Weilguni 1 3 82.00 2 80 0 0 0 Mette Kryger 1 3 83.33 1 80 0 0 0

Best Finish T17, 2008 East Regional T18, 2011 Central Regional T8, 2011 Central Regional T55, 2009 Central Regional T44, 2009 Central Regional T46, 2012 East Regional T76, 2012 East Regional 110, 2010 East Regional T115, 2012 East Regional 120, 2012 East Regional

CHATTANOOGA NCAA RECORDS - TEAM (COUNTERS) Category Eagles High Birdies High Birdies Low Pars High Pars Low Bogeys High Bogeys Low Others High Others Low Par/Better Holes

Round N/A 15, 2010 East (1) 2, 2009 Central (3) 47, 2 times (MR: 2011 Central 1) 36, 2 times (MR: 2009 Finals 4) 30, 2009 Central (3) 15, 2011 Central (3) 8, 2009 Finals (4) 0, 2010 East 1 54 of 72, 2 times (MR: 2010 East 2)

Tournament (Regionals Only-54 holes) N/A 27, 2010 East 17, 2009 Central 135, 2011 Central 123, 2010 East 65, 2009 Central 53, 2011 East 10, 2012 East 5, 2009 Central 155 of 216, 2011 Central

CHATTANOOGA NCAA RECORDS - INDIVIDUAL Category Eagles Birdies Pars High Bogeys Low Others Low Par/Better Holes

Round 1, Maria Juliana Loza, 2009 Central (2) 6, Emma de Groot, 2010 East (1) 15, Maria Juliana Loza, 2011 Central (1) 1, Christine Wolf, 2010 East (2) 0 by 7, 27 times (MR: Britt, 2012 East 3) 17, Christine Wolf, 2010 East (3)

TOP 10 IND. ROUNDS - NCAA REG. Student-Athlete 1) Christine Wolf tie) Jordan Britt 3) Emma de Groot 4) Maria Salinas tie) Christine Wolf tie) Maju Loza tie) Maju Loza 8) Emma de Groot tie) Maju Loza tie) Maju Loza

Score 70 (-2) 70 (-2) 71 (-1) 72 (E) 72 (E) 72 (E) 72 (E) 73 (+1) 73 (+1) 73 (+1)

Round 2 3 1 2 1 3 2 1 1 1

Date 5/7/10 5/12/12 5/6/10 5/8/09 5/6/10 5/9/11 5/11/12 5/8/08 5/7/11 5/10/12

Tournament 1, Maria Juliana Loza, 2009 Central (2) 10, Emma de Groot, 2010 East 38, Maria Juliana Loza, 2011 Central 10, Maria Juliana Loza, 2011 Central 0, 2 times (MR: Maju Loza, 2010 East) 43, Maria Juliana Loza, 2011 Central

Pars Bogeys Others

39 26 3

36 20 5

38 21 3

36 22 8

149 89 19

TOP TEAM ROUNDS - NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP Year 1) 2009 2) 2009 3) 2009 4) 2009

Score 305 307 316 320

Round 3 2 1 4

TOP 5 IND. ROUNDS - NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP

MOCS IN NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP Year 2009

Finish 1st 21st 316

2nd 307

3rd 305

4th Total 320 1248

TEAM ROUND-BY-ROUND (COUNTERS ONLY) 2009 Eagles Birdies

1 0 4

2 0 11

3 0 10

4 0 6

Total 0 31

Student-Athlete 1) Emma de Groot 2) Maria Salinas tie) Maria Salinas 4) Emma de Groot tie) Moa Duf tie) Emma de Groot

Score 73 (+1) 75 (+3) 75 (+3) 76 (+4) 76 (+4) 76 (+4)

Round 2 1 3 3 3 4

Date 5/20/09 5/19/09 5/21/09 5/21/09 5/21/09 5/22/09


NCAA REGIONAL: 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP: 2009

MOCS HISTORY NCAA APPEARANCES & RECORDS

ALL-TIME NCAA RESULTS BY PLAYER Jordan Britt T’Ment 2011 Central Regional 2012 NCAA East Regional

Scores 84-79-82=245 78-77-70=225

Finish T112 T46 Career Counters/Team Rounds ..................................................................5/6 Par/Better Rounds............................................................................. 1 Rounds in 60s.................................................................................... 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) ..........................................................0/2 Wins .................................................................................................. 0 Low Round ...............................................................70 (-2), 2012 East Low 54-hole total.................................................225 (+9), 2012 East Britt Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2011 1 0 0 7 10 1 38.9% 2011 2 0 2 10 5 1 66.7% 2011 3 0 1 9 6 2 55.6% 2012 1 0 1 11 5 1 66.7% 2012 2 0 1 12 4 1 72.2% 2012 3 0 5 10 3 0 83.3% Totals 0 10 59 33 6 63.9%

Jordan Britt helped lead the Mocs to the 2011 NCAA Central Regional. T’Ment 2008 East Regional 2009 Central Regional 2009 NCAA Championship 2010 East Regional 2011 Central Regional

Scores 73-76-74=223 76-76-79=231 79-73-76-76=304 71-75-74=220 77-76-77=230

Finish T17 T35 T39 T30 T41 Career Counters/Team Rounds ................................................................... 13 Par/Better Rounds............................................................................. 1 Rounds in 60s.................................................................................... 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) ..........................................................0/5 Wins .................................................................................................. 0 Low Round ...............................................................71 (-1), 2010 East Low 54-hole total.................................................220 (+4), 2010 East de Groot Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2008 1 0 3 11 4 0 77.8% 2008 2 0 1 12 5 0 72.2% 2008 3 0 1 14 3 0 83.3% 2009 R1 0 1 12 5 0 72.2% 2009 R2 0 2 11 4 1 72.2% 2009 R3 0 0 11 7 0 61.1% 2009 F1 0 0 11 7 0 61.1% 2009 F2 0 4 10 3 1 77.8%

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Emma de Groot

The 2008-09 team became the first in school history to reach the NCAA Championship at Caves Valley G.C. in Owings Mills, Md. From left to right: Head Coach Colette Murray, Maria Salinas, Emma de Groot, Moa Duf, Christine Wolf and Maria Juliana Loza. 2009 F3 0 3 9 5 1 66.7% Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) .........................................................0/2 2009 F4 0 3 9 5 1 66.7% Wins ................................................................................................ 0 2010 1 0 6 7 5 0 72.2% Low Round..................................................74 (+2), 2009 Central (2) 2010 2 0 2 12 3 1 77.8% Low 54-hole total ........................................ 233 (+17), 2009 Central 2010 3 0 2 12 4 0 77.8% Duf Round-by-Round 2011 1 0 0 13 5 0 72.2% Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2011 2 0 1 12 5 0 72.2% 2009 R1 0 3 10 5 0 72.2% 2011 3 0 2 11 4 1 72.2% 2009 R2 0 2 13 2 1 83.3% Totals 0 31 177 74 6 72.2% 2009 R3 0 1 7 6 4 44.4% 2009 F1 0 1 10 6 1 61.1% Moa Duf 2009 F2 0 1 10 6 1 61.1% T’Ment Scores Finish 2009 F3 0 3 9 5 1 66.7% 2009 Central Regional 74-74-85=233 T44 2009 F4 0 2 8 5 3 55.6% 2009 NCAA Championship 79-79-76-81=315 T90 Totals 0 13 67 35 11 63.5% Career Counters/Team Rounds ................................................................6/7 Marion Duvernay Par/Better Rounds .......................................................................... 0 T’Ment Scores Finish Rounds in 60s ................................................................................. 0 2011 Central Regional 78-80-82=240 T89 2012 NCAA East Regional 77-77-76=230 T76 Career Counters/Team Rounds .................................................................5/6 Par/Better Rounds ........................................................................... 0 Rounds in 60s .................................................................................. 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) .........................................................0/2 Wins ................................................................................................ 0 Low Round............................................................76 (+4), 2012 East Low 54-hole total .............................................230 (+14), 2012 East Duvernay Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2011 1 0 3 7 7 1 55.6% 2011 2 0 1 9 7 1 55.6% 2011 3 0 0 11 6 1 61.1% 2012 1 0 1 12 4 1 72.2% 2012 2 0 3 8 6 1 61.1% 2012 3 0 2 11 4 1 72.2% Totals 0 10 58 34 6 63.0%

Emma de Groot played in NCAA Regionals all four years of her career.

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0 0 0 0 1

4 11 3 11 3 12 2 11 21 167

2 4 3 4 86

1 0 0 1 13

83.3% 77.8% 83.3% 72.2% 65.6%

Marion Duvernay experienced her first regional action as a freshman in 2011. Christine Wolf walks off her approach at the 2009 NCAA Championship.

Mette Kryger T’Ment 2012 NCAA East Regional

Scores 87-83-80=250

Finish 120 Career Counters/Team Rounds ..................................................................1/3 Par/Better Rounds............................................................................. 0 Rounds in 60s.................................................................................... 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) ..........................................................0/1 Wins .................................................................................................. 0 Low Round .............................................................80 (+8), 2012 East Low 54-hole total...............................................250 (+34), 2012 East Kryger Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2012 1 0 0 5 11 2 27.8% 2012 2 0 0 9 7 2 50.0% 2012 3 0 0 11 6 1 61.1% Totals 0 0 25 24 5 46.3%

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T’Ment 2009 Central Regional 2009 NCAA Championship 2010 East Regional 2011 Central Regional 2012 NCAA East Regional

Scores 77-81-79=237 83-82-88-80=333 74-77-76=227 73-78-72=223 73-72-76=221

Finish T57 T120 T65 T8 T19 Career Counters/Team Rounds ..............................................................13/16 Par/Better Rounds............................................................................. 2 Rounds in 60s.................................................................................... 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) ..........................................................1/5 Wins .................................................................................................. 0 Low Round ....................................... 72 (E), 2011 Central & 2012 East Low 54-hole total.................................................221 (+5), 2012 East Loza Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2009 R1 0 0 13 5 0 72.2% 2009 R2 1 0 8 7 2 50.0% 2009 R3 0 1 9 8 0 50.0% 2009 F1 0 0 9 7 2 50.0% 2009 F2 0 1 8 7 2 50.0% 2009 F3 0 0 6 8 4 33.3% 2009 F4 0 0 11 6 1 61.1% 2010 1 0 3 10 5 0 72.2% 2010 2 0 1 11 6 0 66.7% 2010 3 0 2 10 6 0 66.7% 2011 1 0 1 15 2 0 88.9% 2011 2 0 0 12 6 0 66.7%

Maju Loza helped lead the 2009 squad to the NCAA Championship.

Maria Salinas T’Ment 2009 Central Regional 2009 NCAA Championship

Scores 80-72-84=236 75-77-75-83=310

Finish T55 T66 Career Counters/Team Rounds ................................................................6/7 Par/Better Rounds .......................................................................... 1 Rounds in 60s ................................................................................. 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) ........................................................0/2 Wins................................................................................................ 0 Low Round.......................................................72 (E), 2009 Central 2 Low 54-hole total ....................................... 236 (+20), 2009 Central Salinas Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2009 R1 0 2 8 6 2 55.6% 2009 R2 0 3 12 3 0 83.3% 2009 R3 0 0 8 8 2 44.4% 2009 F1 0 3 9 6 0 66.7% 2009 F2 0 3 8 6 1 61.1% 2009 F3 0 3 9 6 0 66.7% 2009 F4 0 1 8 6 3 50.0% Totals 0 15 62 41 8 61.1%

Katie Taylor T’Ment 2010 East Regional

Scores 76-79-85=240

Finish 110 Career Counters/Team Rounds ................................................................3/3 Par/Better Rounds .......................................................................... 0 Rounds in 60s ................................................................................. 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) ........................................................0/1 Wins................................................................................................ 0 Low Round........................................................ 76 (+4). 2010 East 1 Low 54-hole total ............................................240 (+24), 2010 East Taylor Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2010 1 0 3 8 7 0 61.1% 2010 2 0 1 10 6 1 61.1% 2010 3 0 1 7 6 4 44.4% Totals 0 5 25 19 5 55.6%

Sophie Weilguni T’Ment 2012 NCAA East Regional

Scores 83-80-83=246

Finish T115

Career Counters/Team Rounds .................................................................2/3 Par/Better Rounds ........................................................................... 0 Rounds in 60s .................................................................................. 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) .........................................................0/1 Wins................................................................................................. 0 Low Round............................................................80 (+8), 2012 East Low 54-hole total .............................................246 (+30), 2012 East Weilguni Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2012 1 0 1 7 8 2 44.4% 2012 2 0 1 9 7 1 55.6% 2012 3 0 1 8 7 2 50.0% Totals 0 3 24 22 5 50.0%

Christine Wolf T’Ment 2009 Central Regional 2009 NCAA Championship 2010 East Regional 2011 Central Regional

Scores 76-77-78=231 85-78-78-86=327 72-70-81=223 75-76-74=225

Finish T35 T115 T47 T18 Career Counters/Team Rounds .............................................................11/13 Par/Better Rounds ........................................................................... 2 Rounds in 60s .................................................................................. 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) .........................................................0/4 Wins................................................................................................. 0 Low Round...........................................................70 (-2), 2010 East 2 Low 54-hole total ...............................................223 (+7), 2010 East Wolf Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2009 R1 0 2 11 4 1 72.2% 2009 R2 0 2 9 7 0 61.1% 2009 R3 0 1 10 7 0 61.1% 2009 F1 0 0 7 9 2 43.8% 2009 F2 0 3 8 5 2 61.1% 2009 F3 0 1 11 5 1 66.7% 2009 F4 0 0 8 7 3 44.4% 2010 1 0 3 12 3 0 83.3% 2010 2 0 3 14 1 0 94.4% 2010 3 0 0 10 7 1 55.6% 2011 1 0 2 12 3 1 77.8% 2011 2 0 1 12 5 0 72.2% 2011 3 0 3 11 3 1 77.8% Totals 0 21 135 66 12 66.7%


NCAA REGIONAL: 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP: 2009

MOCS HISTORY NCAA APPEARANCES & RECORDS

ALL-TIME NCAA RESULTS 2008 NCAA East Regional May 8-10 • Athens, Ga. • UGA Golf Course • Par 72 • 6,335 1) Benedicte Toumpsin, South Carolina 68-70-76 2) Amanda Blumenhurst, Duke 68-73-74 tie) Sara-Maude Juneau, Louisville 67-74-74 4) Krystle Caithness, Georgia 70-73-74 tie) Cydney Clanton, Auburn 70-75-72 tie) Alexandra Phelps, New Mexico 71-73-73 7) Tiffany Chudy, Florida 72-75-71 tie) Joy Kim, Virginia 73-77-68 9) Carmen Perez, UNC Wilmington 71-72-76 10) Corrine Carr, Furman 69-76-75 tie) Garrett Phillips, Georgia 77-74-69 tie) Julia Potter, Missouri 73-75-72 tie) Jessica Yadloczky, Florida 73-72-75 14) Candace Schepperle, Auburn 74-76-71 15) Ornella Jouven, Florida 72-73-77 tie) Marci Turner, Tennessee 73-75-74 17) Emma de Groot, Chattanooga 73-76-74 tie) Anna Scott, Georgia State 75-75-73 tie) Hannah Yun, Florida 73-75-75 20) Dori Carter, Ole Miss 77-75-72 tie) Cindy LaCrosse, Louisville 72-79-73 tie) Jennifer Pandolfi, Duke 72-83-69 tie) Natalie Sheary, Wake Forest 72-80-72

214 (-2) 215 (-1) 215 (-1) 217 (+1) 217 (+1) 217 (+1) 218 (+2) 218 (+2) 219 (+3) 220 (+4) 220 (+4) 220 (+4) 220 (+4) 221 (+5) 222 (+6) 222 (+6) 223 (+7) 223 (+7) 223 (+7) 224 (+8) 224 (+8) 224 (+8) 224 (+8)

6) No. 11 Duke 7) No. 10 North Carolina 8) No. 3 Virginia 9) No. 13 Pepperdine 10) No. 9 Purdue 11) No. 6 Alabama 12 ) No. 7 LSU 13) No. 17 Michigan State tie) No. 12 Wake Forest 15) No. 15 Georgia 16) No. 20 Arizona 17) No. 24 Tennessee 18) TCU 19) No. 22 New Mexico 20) Tulane 21) Chattanooga 22 ) No. 18 UC Irvine 23) Texas 24) Ohio State MOCS: T39) Emma de Groot T66) Maria Salinas T90) Moa Duf T115) Christine Wolf T120) Maria Juliana Loza

308-301-302-296 299-301-306-304 305-302-301-304 312-298-302-301 306-301-311-298 305-302-311-299 302-304-309-304 307-303-315-300 303-300-318-304 316-307-301-310 310-305-314-306 307-313-306-311 314-316-301-307 311-314-307-310 312-305-317-312 316-307-305-320 320-316-312-301 314-311-313-314 323-311-314-310

1207 (+55) 1210 (+58) 1212 (+60) 1213 (+61) 1216 (+64) 1217 (+65) 1219 (+67) 1225 (+73) 1225 (+73) 1234 (+82) 1235 (+83) 1237 (+85) 1238 (+86) 1242 (+90) 1246 (+94) 1248 (+96) 1249 (+97) 1252 (+100) 1258 (+106)

79-73-76-76 75-77-75-83 79-79-76-81 85-78-78-86 83-82-88-80

304 (+16) 310 (+22) 315 (+27) 327 (+39) 333 (+45)

2010 NCAA East Regional May 6-8 • Greenville, N.C. • Ironwood C.C. • Par 72 • 6,321 1) 1) South Carolina 283-291-290 864 (E) 2) No. 18 Tennessee 283-287-296 866 (+2) T3) No. 4 Auburn 280-295-293 868 (+3) T3) No. 3 Duke 290-278-300 868 (+3) 5) No. 15 Vanderbilt 292-287-292 871 (+7) 6) Tulane 285-295-293 873 (+9) 7) No. 11 Pepperdine 281-290-306 877 (+13) 8) No. 19 TCU 287-296-297 880 (+16) CUT LINE T9) Texas Tech 285-298-304 887 (+23) T9) No. 9 Wake Forest 296-295-296 887 (+23) 11) No. 22 Florida 284-297-309 890 (+26) 12) East Carolina 293-305-297 895 (+31) 13) North Carolina 294-292-313 899 (+35) 14) Campbell 297-307-298 902 (+38) 15) East Tennessee State 285-304-314 903 (+39) 16) Furman 305-296-303 904 (+40) 17) Washington 305-295-307 907 (+43) 18) Chattanooga 293-301-316 910 (+46) T19) Stetson 298-306-307 911 (+47) T19) Coastal Carolina 307-296-308 911 (+47) 21) Georgia State 290-310-317 917 (+53) 22) College of Charleston 297-310-314 921 (+57) 23) Charleston Southern 315-318-315 948 (+84) 24) Fairleigh Dickinson 327-331-332 990 (+126) MOCS: T30) Emma de Groot 71-75-74 220 (+4) T47) Christine Wolf 72-70-81 223 (+7) T65) Maria Juliana Loza 74-77-76 227 (+11) 110) Katie Taylor 76-79-85 240 (+24)

2009 NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship May 19-22 • Owings Mills, Md. • Caves Valley G.C. • Par 72 • 6,443 1) No. 1 Arizona State 302-298-291-291 1182 (+30) 2) No. 2 UCLA 296-293-304-297 1190 (+38) 3) No. 4 Southern California 301-295-294-301 1191 (+39) 4) No. 5 Oklahoma State 303-297-309-290 1199 (+47) 5) No. 14 Denver 294-304-309-299 1206 (+54)

2011 NCAA Central Regional May 5-7 • Notre Dame, Ind. • Warren Golf Course • Par 72 • 6,208 1) No. 2 UCLA 291-301-298 890 (+26) 2) No. 8 LSU 295-303-296 894 (+30) 3) Minnesota 301-297-299 897 (+33) 4) No. 11 Arkansas 307-303-289 899 (+35)

298-305-298 306-301-298 302-306-300 312-304-293

901 (+37) 905 (+41) 908 (+44) 909 (+45)

302-314-297 913 (+49) 302-306-306 914 (+50) 306-307-303 916 (+52) 303-309-305 917 (+53) 313-302-302 917 (+53) 304-311-304 919 (+55) 314-305-310 929 (+65) 311-314-310 935 (+71) 312-312-313 937 (+73) 316-307-315 938 (+74) 313-309-318 940 (+76) 315-316-314 945 (+81) 318-325-311 954 (+90) 319-326-310 955 (+91) 329-317-320 966 (+102) 316-325-329 970 (+106) 73-78-72 75-76-74 77-76-77 78-80-82 84-79-82

223 (+7) 225 (+9) 230 (+14) 240 (+24) 245 (+29)

2012 NCAA East Regional May 10-12 • State Coll., Pa. • Penn St. Blue Course • Par 72 • 6,253 1) No. 25 South Carolina 288-294-291 873 (+9) T2) No. 12 Texas A&M 296-296-286 878 (+14) T2) Texas 296-300-282 878 (+14) T4) No. 2 Alabama 292-297-290 879 (+15) T4) No. 15 Florida 294-297-288 879 (+15) T6) No. 5 Arizona State 303-298-286 887 (+23) T6) No. 24 Michigan State 300-304-283 887 (+23) T6) No. 8 Duke 302-293-292 887 (+23) 9) No. 18 Arizona 302-296-293 891 (+27) 10) Campbell 313-290-290 893 (+29) 11) No. 20 Oklahoma State 299-308-289 896 (+32) 12) Tulane 298-305-300 903 (+39) 13) Washington 296-303-305 904 (+40) T14) UCF 301-307-299 907 (+43) T14) Wake Forest 304-304-299 907 (+43) 16) Kent State 306-301-301 908 (+44) 17) Maryland 303-307-304 914 (+50) 18) Northwestern 305-308-303 916 (+52) 19) Chattanooga 311-306-302 919 (+55) T20) Augusta State 311-296-316 923 (+59) T20) San Diego State 311-299-313 923 (+59) 22) Jacksonville State 314-304-309 927 (+63) 23) Oral Roberts 327-315-310 952 (+88) 24) Long Island 324-321-333 978 (+114) MOCS: T19) Maria Juliana Loza 73-72-76 221 (+5) T46) Jordan Britt 78-77-70 225 (+9) T76) Marion Duvernay 77-77-76 230 (+14) T115) Sophie Weilguni 83-80-83 246 (+30) 120) Mette Kryger 87-83-80 250 (+34)

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2009 NCAA Central Regional May 7-9 • Columbus, Ohio • The Scarlet Course • Par 72 • 6,246 1) No. 2 UCLA 284-290-303 877 (+13) 2) No. 9 Purdue 295-289-312 896 (+32) 3) No. 11 Wake Forest 298-295-306 899 (+35) 4) No. 5 Oklahoma State 297-292-312 901 (+37) 5) No. 19 Michigan State 295-300-310 905 (+41) 6) New Mexico 301-296-315 912 (+48) 7) No. 24 Ohio State 306-293-318 917 (+53) 8) Chattanooga 303-299-320 922 (+58) CUT LINE 9) Georgia State 303-305-318 926 (+62) 10 ) Washington 308-300-319 927 (+63) 11) No. 15 Louisville 308-307-317 932 (+68) 12) No. 17 Kent State 305-304-325 934 (+70) 13) Kentucky 308-301-326 935 (+71) 14) Stanford 310-304-332 946 (+82) 15 ) North Carolina State 312-307-335 954 (+90) 16) Notre Dame 316-305-338 959 (+95) 17) Michigan 312-321-327 960 (+96) 18) Illinois State 311-313-339 963 (+99) 19) Harvard 318-323-338 979 (+115) 20) Murray State 322-327-341 990 (+126) 21) Fairleigh Dickinson 328-321-346 995 (+131) MOCS: T35) Emma de Groot 76-76-79 231 (+15) T35) Christine Wolf 76-77-78 231 (+15) T44) Moa Duf 74-74-85 233 (+17) T55) Maria Salinas 80-72-84 236 (+20) T57) Maria Juliana Loza 77-81-79 237 (+21)

5) Notre Dame 6) Ohio State 7) No. 24 Stanford 8) No. 15 Wake Forest CUT LINE 9) No. 5 Duke 10) Northwestern 11) No. 17 Texas T12) Chattanooga T12) No. 14 Tulane 14) Kent State 15) Wisconsin 17) North Texas 17) Oklahoma State 18) Michigan 19) Illinois 20) East Carolina 21) UNLV 22) Morehead State 23) Illinois State 24) Butler MOCS: T8) Maria Juliana Loza T18) Christine Wolf T41) Emma de Groot T89) Marion Duvernay T112) Jordan Britt

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SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS: 2010 • 2011 • 2012

DR. GRADY BOGUE INTERIM CHANCELLOR

Dr. Grady Bogue assumed the position of Interim Chancellor at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on September 20, 2012. Dr. Bogue previously served as Professor of Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Tennessee (1991 to present). He served for eleven years as Chancellor of Louisiana State University in Shreveport (1980-1991), served for one year as Interim Chancellor of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, and was named Chancellor Emeritus of LSU Shreveport by the LSU Board of Trustees in 1991. He received the B. S. Degree in Mathematics (1957), the M. S. Degree (1965) and Ed. D. (1968) from the University of Memphis. Bogue earned the first doctoral degree granted by the University of Memphis and was named a distinguished alumnus of the University in 1986.

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He has served as the chief academic officer for the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (1974 – 80) and on the administrative staff at the University of Memphis for ten years (1964 – 1974), his last position as Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs. He was an instructor of physics with the U. S. Navy from 1961 – 1964, and served as a communications electronics officer with the U. S. Air Force from 1958 – 1961. Bogue has written ten books and has one more in press. Presidential Derailment in Higher Education, with Stephen Trachtenberg and Gerry Kauvar, (ACE/Rowman Littlefield)is in press with Johns Hopkins University Press and will be released in 2012 . Other recent books include The Leadership Choice (Westbow Press, 2010) Leadership Legacy Moments (ACE/Rowman-Littlefield Publishers, 2007),

Pat Branum Vice Chancellor Finance & Ops

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DDr.r Richard Richard h d Brown Brown Vice Chancellor Finance & Ops

Quality and Accountability in Higher Education (Praeger/ Greenwood Publishers, 2003), Exploring the Heritage of American Higher Education(ACE/Oyrx Press, 2000), and Leadership by Design (Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1994). He has published over 60 articles in such journals as the Harvard Business Review, Leader to Leader, Journal of Higher Education, Educational Record, Phi Delta Kappan, Planning for Higher Education, College and University, and Trusteeship. Over the past two decades, seven of his speeches have been carried in Vital Speeches of the Day. He writes a bi monthly column “On Leadership” for the Knoxville Business Journal—with an audience of corporate, non-profit, government, health care and educational leaders.

He is married to the former Linda Young of Portland, Tennessee and is father of five children: Karin, Michele, Barrett , Sara Love , and Michael. His interests have included playing the French Horn with the Savannah (1960-61), Memphis (1972- 74), and Nashville symphony orchestras (1975-76).

He has been a consultant on planning and evaluation, assessment and accreditation, and leadership and governance to a wide range of colleges and universities, state level agencies, and corporations. He was an American Council Fellow in academic administration in 1974 – 75. During his ACE fellowship year and the following five years with the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (1974-80), Bogue directed the Performance Funding Project, which designed and implemented the first state level performance incentive policy in American higher education, a policy now in its 30th year. He was a visiting scholar with the Educational Testing Service in 1988-89 and a consulting scholar with Lipscomb University from 2001 to 2005. He has participated in exchange travel and lectures in China, France, Germany, and Russia and has delivered papers at international meetings in France and Hungary.

Dr. Bogue at the press conference announcing his appointment.

Ch k Cantrell Cantrell t ll Chuck Assistant Vice Chancellor University Relations

Dr JJohn ohhn DDelaney elaney l Dr. Vice Chancellor Student Development

Terry Denniston Denniistton Terry Chief of Staff

Dr M ary Tanner Tanner Dr. Mary Interim Provost of Academic Affairs


NCAA REGIONAL: 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP: 2009

LAURA HERRON INTERIM DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Laura Herron is in her 19th year working in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department. She has served the University in a variety of capacities during her tenure. Herron is currently the Interim Director of Athletics, as announced by UTC Chancellor Dr. Roger Brown on July 16, 2012. She was the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Compliance and Administration and served as the Mocs’ Senior Woman Administrator. She plans to return to this position once the new Director of Athletics is in place. Herron has oversight and supervision of the UTC compliance office staff, serves as sport administrator for five sports and oversees student-athlete welfare. She is the director of gameday operations for volleyball, women’s basketball and softball and has served as Tournament Director for several NCAA and Southern Conference postseason events.

Herron has also led the Mocs efforts for improving their Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores over the last five years. She worked to develop and implement a long-term strategy that resulted in record APR scores in the most recent update for the NCAA. UTC had 11 programs score a perfect 1000 in the 2010-11 data, including the Mocs’ first multiyear 1000 earned by the men’s golf team. Herron began her time at Chattanooga as an Assistant Athletic Trainer from 1994-04, adding the title of Senior Woman Administrator in 1999. She was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director/SWA in 2003 and moved out of the Training Room and into the Compliance Office in 2004. She has held her current position as Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA since July 2010. Prior to her arrival at UTC, Herron was the Head Women’s Athletic Trainer at Florida Southern College. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Corporate Fitness and Recreation from the University of West Georgia in 1991. While working as a graduate assistant trainer at Troy University, Herron earned her master’s degree in Foundations of Education in 1993.

Matt Pope Senior Associate Athletics Director

DDr. r Emily Emililily Bl Black Blackman l kman Associate A.D. Academics

DDr. r Jay Jay Bl Black Blackman l kman Associate A.D. Communications & Marketing

AAndrew nddrew H Horton orton Senior Associate A.D. Development & Sales

Miike Royster Mike Mik Royster t Assistant A.D. Equipment & Facilities

TTodd odd dd Bullard Bullllardd Director of Sports Medecine

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A native of Rising Fawn, Ga., Herron worked with USA Softball for five years as the athletic trainer. From 1999-2003, she accompanied the National Team to several international tournaments in San Diego, Hawaii and Canada. In the summer of 2000, she put her athletic training skills to work for the Olympic Gold-Medal winning USA Softball Team as it prepared for the 2000 Summer Olympics with its “Central Park to Sydney” U.S. Tour. In 2001, Herron interned at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.

SENIOR ATHLETIC STAFF

DDr.r DDebbie ebb bbiie IIngram ngram Faculty Athletics Representative

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MOCS MISSION & CORE VALUES

OUR MISSION We guide, encourage and support our student-athletes in their quest for comprehensive excellence - academically, athletically and socially. Above all else, we prepare students for productive and meaningful lives.

CORE VALUES Six core values guide and govern our actions at all times. Integrity: We can be counted upon to ‘do the right thing.’

Respect:

ACADEMICALLY • Over last 10 semesters, the student-athlete grade point average has risen from 2.51 (Spring 2007) to 2.97. • 57 student-athletes earned degrees in 2011-12. • 59 student-athletes named to the fall, winter and spring Academic All-Southern Conference Teams.

ATHLETICALLY • Three teams won SoCon titles in 2011-12, wrestling, men’s golf and women’s golf. Six teams - women’s basketball (WNIT), men’s and women’s cross country, wrestling and men’s and women’s golf competed in postseason play.

We treat ourselves and others with dignity and respect.

Positive Attitude: We expect the best of ourselves and others.

Premier Service: We work together to take care of people.

Accountability: We are an important part of a great team.

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We are always learning and seeking a ‘better way.’

FOR ALL FANS OF MOCS ATHLETICS & MOCS CLUB MEMBERS The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department considers total compliance with NCAA and Southern Conference rules to be one of the highest priorities of our institution. We sincerely appreciate your support of Mocs Athletics and are committed to educating our fans and boosters about the rules that regulate your relationships with our studentathletes as even the best-intentioned action on your part may be a violation of NCAA rules. Basic “do’s” and “don’ts” can be found in the Compliance section of our website, GoMocs. com. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact Marquita Turner, Director for Compliance, at (423) 425-5577. Thank you for your support and GO MOCS!

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• Individually, the Mocs had three All-Americans, two SoCon Athletes of the Year, seven SoCon Champions, three SoCon Freshmen of the Year and one SoCon Coach of the Year. Chattanooga also brought home 36 All-SoCon honors, while 18 student-athletes made various SoCon All-Freshmen teams. • Chattanooga also boasts the reigning Unites States Amateur Champion Steven Fox. He captured the coveted title defeating Michael Weaver in 37 holes.

SOCIALLY • The Mocs volunteered at numerous community events throughout the year, including National Volunteer Week, Special Olympics, Read Across America and many more. • The Mocs looked to expand their presence in the surrounding areas with Caravan trips to Atlanta and Nashville. Not to forget their closest fans, the studentathletes again took part in Operation Move-In, helping freshmen unload into their dorms to begin the fall semester. • Being engaged in the community can extend past volunteering. The Mocs created a stir with a number of creative marketing ideas, including the Go Blue Be Gold football game against Jacksonville State , the Black Out men’s basketball game against UNCG, Phillip D. Glass donning a football helmet for the second year in a row and having the No. 2 rated football media guide in the nation.


NCAA REGIONAL: 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP: 2009

SOCON SINCE 1921

SOCON MEMBERSHIP ENTERING 2012-13

ALL-TIME SOUTHERN CONFERENCE MEMBERS

Location Boone, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Chattanooga, Tenn. Charleston, S.C. Davidson, N.C. Elon, N.C. Greenville, S.C. Statesboro, Ga. Greensboro, N.C. Birmingham, Ala. Cullowhee, N.C. Spartanburg, S.C.

Member Since 1971 1998 1976 1936 1991 (1936-88) 2003 1936 1991 1997 2008 1976 1997

The Southern Conference, which begins its 92nd season of intercollegiate competition in 2011, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and defining the league’s role in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The SoCon is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the SoCon’s tradition. League athletes have been recognized countless times on Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-America and district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The SoCon has sent three schools to regionals in three of the last six years with the Mocs leading the charge in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and with multiple individual berths including Emma de Groot in 2008. A SoCon school has qualified for the NCAA Championship four times since the turn of the century with the Mocs being the most recent entry in 2009. The Southern Conference office is located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, the Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the SoCon a first-class meeting area and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents.

Appalachian State Mountaineers

College of Charleston Cougars

Chattanooga Mocs

The Citadel Bulldogs

Davidson Wildcats

Elon Phoenix

Furman Paladins

Georgia Southern Eagles

UNC Greensboro Spartans

Samford Bulldogs

Western Carolina Catamounts

Wofford Terriers

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Alabama (1921-1932) Appalachian State (1971-present) Auburn (1921-1932) College of Charleston (1998-present) Chattanooga (1976-present) The Citadel (1936-present) Clemson (1921-1953) Davidson (1936-1988, 1991-present) - No women’s golf Duke (1928-1953) East Carolina (1964-1976) East Tennessee State (1978-2005) Elon (2003-present) Florida (1922-1932) Furman (1936-present) George Washington (1936-1970) Georgia (1921-1932) Georgia Southern (1991-present) - No women’s golf Georgia Tech (1921-1932) Kentucky (1921-1932) Louisiana State (1922-1932) Marshall (1976-1997) Maryland (1921-1953) Mississippi (1922-1932) Mississippi State (1921-1932) North Carolina (1921-1953) UNC Greensboro (1997-present) North Carolina State (1921-1953) Richmond (1936-1976) Samford (2008-present) South Carolina (1922-1953) Tennessee (1921-1932) Tulane (1922-1932) University of the South (1922-1932) Vanderbilt (1922-1932) Virginia (1921-1937) VMI (1924-2003) Virginia Tech (1921-1965) Wake Forest (1936-1953) Washington & Lee (1921-1958) West Virginia (1950-1968) Western Carolina (1976-present) William & Mary (1936-1977) Wofford (1997-present)

School Appalachian State College of Charleston CHATTANOOGA The Citadel Davidson Elon Furman Georgia Southern UNC Greensboro Samford Western Carolina Wofford

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MOCS MEDIA

MEDIA INFORMATION & CONTACT INFO

FOLLOW THE CHATTANOOGA MOCS ONLINE

MEDIA OUTLETS PRINT Chattanooga Times Free Press

• GoMocs.com is the official website of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department. Redesigned on July 1, 2009, GoMocs.com offers the most up-to-date news, scores and information available on UTC Athletics. • GoMocs.com is managed by Neulion with the content updated and edited by the Chattanooga Communications and Media Relations and Creative Services offices. • Features include news and updates on your favorite Mocs and Mocs student-athletes, teams and coaches, live statistics, on-line ticket sales, print-at-home tickets, live in-game audio and video streams, video highlights and interviews, an E-store, DVD store and photo store.

Now you can keep up with all the latest Chattanooga Mocs news on Facebook and Twitter. Plus every page on GoMocs.com can be shared to the website of your choice, you can even embed your favorite video from GoMocs.com to your Facebook page. Be sure you are visiting one of the three official Chattanooga Athletics facebook pages • Chattanooga Athletics Department fan page • Mocs Manics Facebook group • Scrappy Moc’s personal page The quickest way to get the latest Chattanooga info on your mobile phone is by following @UTCmocsGolf on Twitter. If you pair your mobile device to your Twitter account, you will get the latest scores and selected headlines sent right to your mobile phone. Find the Official Chattanooga Athletics Twitter Page at twitter.com/gomocs.

INTERVIEW REQUESTS

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Coaches and Players — All requests for coaching staff or player interviews outside of competition should be made at least one day in advance through Jim Horten Athletics Communications and Media Relations Office. That can be done by phone (O: 423-425-2350/C: 423-645-8733), text or email (james-horten@utc.edu).

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A time mutually convenient for the student-athlete and the member of the media will be set up. Student-athlete telephone numbers will not be issued. Live interviews are possible as well depending on practice location.

Jay Greeson, Editor (jgreeson@timesfreepress.com) David Uchiyama, Beat Writer (duchiyama@timesfreepress.com) Ron Bush, Deputy Editor (rbush@timesfreepress.com) Mark Wiedmer, Columnist (mwiedmer@timesfreepress.com) 423-757-6900 TimesFreePress.com

Associated Press Teresa Walker (twalker@ap.org) 800-453-1282 AP.org

Chattanoogan.com (online only) John Wilson (news@chattanoogan.com) 423-266-2325 Chattanoogan.com

Nooga.com (online only) Michael Murphy (michael.murphy@nooga.com) 423-402-8740 Nooga.com

The University Echo 423-425-4298 UTCEcho.com

TELEVISION WDEF 12 (CBS) Rick Nyman (rnyman@wdef.com) Webb Wright (wwright@wdef.com) 423-785-1278 WDEF.com

WRCB 3 (NBC) Keith Cawley (kcawley@wrcbtv.com) Paul Shahen (pshahen@wrcbtv.com) 423-266-5039 WRCBTV.com

WTVC 9 (ABC)

Phone interview requests at tournaments should also go through Horten.

CHATTANOOGA ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS & MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF

Darrell Patterson (dpatters@newschannel9.com) Dave Staley (dave@newschannel9.com) 423-757-7332 NewsChannel9.com

RADIO OUTLETS Brewer Radio ESPN 105.1 FM (Flagship Station) Jim Gumm - Afternoon Host (jimgumm.blitz@yahoo.com) 423-648-1051 ESPNChattanooga.com

WGOW 102.3 FM - SportTalk

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Associate A.D. Office - (423) 425-5292 Cell - (423) 598-6953 jay-blackman@utc.edu

Assistant Office - (423) 425-2116 Cell - (931) 235-1378 tyler-brown@mocs.utc.edu

Assistant Director - Golf SID Office - (423) 425-2350 Cell - (423) 645-8733 james-horten@utc.edu

Assistant Director Office - (423) 425-4618 Cell - (423) 933-5764 anne-wehunt@utc.edu

Scott McMahen - Host (scott.macmahan@cumulus.com) 423-756-6141 WGOW.com

Fox Sports Radio 1370 AM Chris Goforth - Afternoon Host (cgoforth@wdefradio.com) 423-321-6207 foxsportschattanooga.com



2012-13 Chattanooga Mocs Women's Golf Guide