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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide taBle of ContentS/geneRal info Table of ConTenTs

Practice Facility & Home Courses..................................2-3 The University ..............................................................4-5 The City........................................................................6-7 Academic Services........................................................... 8 Media Exposure/Mocs in Pro Golf.................................... 9 Sports Medicine ............................................................ 10 Lawson Center/Athletic Performance............................ 11 Mocs Success............................................................12-13 What’s a Moc? ............................................................... 14 Roster Information/Schedule........................................ 15 Mark Guhne .............................................................16-17 Student-Athlete Profiles...........................................18-27 Davis Bunn.........................................................18-19 Liam Johnston ...................................................20-21 Chris Robb..........................................................22-23 Benni Weilguni ..................................................24-25 Gosselin/Scott/B. Thomas/S. Thomas...................... 26 Weathers/Webb...................................................... 27 2012-13 Rewind ......................................................28-33 Letterwinners ..........................................................34-35 Team & Individual Records .......................................36-38 Year-by-Year Leaders/Team Wins .................................. 39 Honor Roll/Individual Wins ........................................... 40 Year-by-Year Results ................................................41-53 NCAA Appearances...................................................54-59 Administration.........................................................60-61 Chancellor Dr. Steve Angle ...................................... 60 Athletics Director David Blackburn.......................... 61 Mocs Mission & Core Values........................................... 62 Southern Conference..................................................... 63 Media Information........................................................ 64

QuiCk faCTs

Location ................................................Chattanooga, Tenn. Founded...................................................................... 1886 Enrollment ............................................................... 11,660 Nickname.................................................................... Mocs Colors.......................................Navy Blue, Old Gold & Silver Affiliation.................................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................................Southern Chancellor....................................................Dr. Steve Angle Director of Athletics....................................David Blackburn Athletics Website ............................................ GoMocs.com Twitter ........................................................@GoMocsMGLF Facebook.................................................................GoMocs

ChattanoogaMocs @GoMocsMGLF

Team informaTion

CreDiTs

The 2013-14 Chattanooga Golf Guide is a production of the 2012-13 Record.................................................... 95-52-5 Final Rankings: Athletics Communications Office, Dr. Jay Blackman DirecGolfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ...................... 50 tor. Page layout, writing and editing by Assistant Director Jim Horten. Editorial assistance from Blackman, Tyler Golfstat................................................................... 49 Brown, Matt Pope and Anne Wehunt. Photos courtesy of NIKE/Golf World Coaches....................................... N/A UTC archives, Dale Rutemeyer, David Humber, Jaimie Davis, SoCon Finish.............................................1st out of 10 Jim Daves, Jeff Mills, SoCon Photos and Horten. Cover Postseason................NCAA Columbus Regional (T9th) designs by Horten. Titles............................................................ 1 (SoCon) The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is an equal Medalist.................................................................... 1 opportunity employer/affirmative action/Titles VI and IX/ Chris Robb (Bridgestone Golf Coll., -9, 72-66-69=207) Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution. Letterwinners Returning (Starters)............................5 (4) Lost (Starters) ......................................................2 (1) Newcomers (Redshirts)..............................................5 (1)

men’s HeaD CoaCH........Mark Guhne (Chattanooga ‘84) Pronunciation ......................................................June Chattanooga Record................... 940-438-17 (8 years) Career Record..................................................... Same Titles....................................................................... 17 Medalists ................................................................ 12 Office Phone .......................................(423) 425-4625 Email.........................................Mark-Guhne@utc.edu Senior Davis Bunn

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

Athletics Mission stAteMent

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

no. 1 in the nAtion

The Chattanooga Mocs men’s golf team has twice been ranked No. 1 in the nation by Golfstat. Both occurrences came in fall rankings in 2008 and 2009. In both cases, the Mocs started strong at the Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic with a win in 2008 and runner-up in 2009.

Mocs in PRo GolF

Five former Mocs made headlines in 2012-13 professionally. 2012 United States Amateur Champ Steven Fox played several PGA Tour Events. Stephan Jaeger (Web.com), Jonathan Hodge (Web.com), Derek Rende (NGA) and Bryce Ledford (eGolf) were regulars on tours. For more info, turn to page nine.

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide PlaYeR deVeloPMent CoMPleX The Player Development Complex affords Chattanooga Mocs golfers an elite practice area. It is a comprehensive facility to develop and continuously improve their games throughout their collegiate careers. There is a full range allowing for comprehensive practice, utilizing every club in the bag. There are numerous greens allowing a distance control mechanism as well as guidance poles to increase accuracy. Five close-range greens allow for a phenomenal wedge-game practice experience. New hitting mats were installed in 2013 as well as a Covershot to allow for practice rain or shine. There are two full-size greens available to the Mocs. 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 superb practice opportunities. The 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. The facility also includes three practice holes (2 Par 3s, 1 Par 4) 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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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hoMe CouRSeS Black Creek Club

Chattanooga, Tenn. • Opened September, 2000 Par 72 • 7,149 yards Home to the Chattanooga Classic, a former PGA Web.com 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

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

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). 3


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide Chattanooga - the uniVeRSitY aQuatiCS & ReCReation CenteR

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. 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.

JohnSon & oBeaR aPaRtMentS

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide Chattanooga - the uniVeRSitY faSt faCtS

Founded .................................1886 Enrollment ........................... 11,660 Undergraduate.................. 10,159 Graduate.............................1,501 Chancellor................ Dr. Steve Angle 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 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: • UTC was the only public university in Tennessee—and one of only three in the South—selected as a U.S. News and World Report Best Value and ranked in the Top Tier of Regional Master’s Universities in the South. • Named to the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction, UTC is one of only 100 schools selected for this designation based on commitment to volunteering, service-learning, and civic engagement. • UTC joins Purdue, Southern California, Stanford and Duke as one of the top 25 schools in SuperScholar’s Smart Choice for online Engineering Management degrees. • The Princeton Review selected UTC College of Business as one of 294 outstanding institutions featured in the 2012 edition of The Best 294 Business Schools. • UTC College of Business was ranked among the best Undergraduate Business Schools by Bloomberg Businessweek. • Designated a 2013 Military Friendly School, UTC is in the top 15 percent of institutions nationally for veterans. • Named a 2013 College of Distinction, UTC is honored for student engagement, great teaching, vibrant communities, and successful outcomes.

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide Chattanooga - the SCeniC CitY

• 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” or take the River Gorge Explorer for a view of “Tennessee’s Grand Canyon”. • Take a walking tour of the charming Bluff View Arts District with its shops, restaurants and the Hunter Museum of American Art. • 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.

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide Chattanooga - the SCeniC CitY faSt faCtS

Founded ....................................... 1838 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. • 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.

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide CaReeR PRePaRation - aCadeMiCS

Dr. emily blackman Associate Athletics Director Student Support Services

Located in McKenzie Arena, the Mocs’ computer lab gives student-athletes a convenient place to study, receive tutoring help and complete assignments.

lindsey Wendorf Academic Advisor

The Chattanooga Mocs have an excellent Student Support Services department in place for all student-athletes. UTC provides this unit and has four full-time staff members to ensure premier service to its student-athletes. The men’s golf program has a strong history of academic success. Seven Mocs earned Dean’s List or Athletic Director’s Honor Roll honors in 2012-13. Derek Rende (2009-10) and Stephan Jaeger (2011-12) claimed four Cleveland/Srixon All-America Scholar awards over a four-year period. 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.

lisa Tarr Coordinator of Student Support Services

rhonda reynolds Academic Advisor

andrea Dalton Assistant

aCadeMiC all-SoCon

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.

Alex Ratliff graduated Spring 2013. He earned Academic All-Southern Conference honors for his senior season.

dean’S liSt UTC students with a 3.2 grade-point-average or greater earn Dean’s List recognition for the semester. fall 2012: Davis Bunn, Wes Gosselin, Alex Ratliff, Chris Robb sPrinG 2013: Wes Gosselin, Alex Ratliff, Kory Webb

athletiC diReCtoR’S honoR Roll The Athletic Director’s Honor Roll is made up of student-athletes with at least a 3.0 grade-point-average for the semester. fall 2012: Davis Bunn, Steven Fox, Wes Gosselin, Alex Ratliff, Chris Robb, Kory Webb, Benni Weilguni sPrinG 2013: Steven Fox, Wes Gosselin, Alex Ratliff, Kory Webb Steven Fox maintained a 3.0 GPA for 2012-13 despite representing the United States in two international events and playing in four PGA Tour tournaments - including the Masters pictured above - during the school year.

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aCadeMiC all-SoCon

Students with a 3.3 grade-point-average or greater entering spring semester. alex ratliff


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide CaReeR PRePaRation - Media RelationS 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.

Davis Bunn (above) and Mark Guhne (right) talk with the local newspaper, radio 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 are as well covered as any team 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 easy to follow on Facebook (facebook.com/ChattanoogaMocs) and Twitter (@ GoMocsMGLF & @GoMocs).

MoCS in PRofeSSional golf

The Chattanooga Mocs men’s golf program is well represented on both sides of the bag in professional golf. In 2013, UTC was represented on five tours around the world from the PGA to eGolf. PGa (maJors) Tour sTarTs Steven Fox: Masters, U.S. Open, British Open, Farmers Insurance Open, Arnold Palmer Invitational, Crowne Plaza Invitational, Memorial, FedEx St. Jude Classic, AT&T National Stephan Jaeger: Puerto Rico Open Web.Com Tour members Name Best Finish Jonathan Hodge........................................................T17, Brasil Classic Stephan Jaeger ........................................... T11, BMW Charity Pro-Am

Stephan Jaeger (2009-12)

nGa Tour members Name Best Finish Derek Rende..........................2nd, 2013 Magnolia Bluffs Casino Classic Former Mocs Steven Fox and Gareth Lord talk during practice round at the Masters. Lord is on the bag for Henrik Stenson aiding his runner-up finish in the 2013 British Open at Muirfield. Lord and Kip Henley (Brian Gay) are former UTC athletes caddying on the PGA Tour. Fox took full advantage of his PGA Tour opportunities after his win at the 2012 United States Amateur. He played in eight PGA Tour events including three majors - Masters, U.S. Open and British Open.

eGolf Tour members Name Best Finish bryce ledford ....... 1st, Championship at st. James Plantation CaDDies/sWinG CoaCHes Name PGA Tour Player(s) Kip Henley............................................................................. Brian Gay Gareth Lord ...................................................................Henrik Stenson Brad Rose (coach).......................................... Scott Stallings, Eric Axley

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Bryce Ledford (2004-07)


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide SPoRtS MediCine

Dir. of Sports Medicine Todd Bullard (left) has led the care of Mocs student-athletes for the past seven years.

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 student-athletes and quality academic instruction for athletic training students in the graduate program.

Todd bullard Dir. of Sports Medicine

The training room in McKenzie Arena serves the Mocs student-athletes with state-of-the-art equipment. sarah rabe Sr. Asst. Trainer

David snyder Sr. Asst. Trainer

Joe baugham Asst. Trainer

ian Carruthers Graduate Asst.

bryan Gray Asst. Trainer

Jessica Pierce Asst. Trainer

matt Tipton Asst. Trainer

sharon West Graduate Asst.

The Mocs have an excellent relationship with nearby Erlanger Hospital, providing top-quality care to all UTC student-athletes.

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide athletiC PeRfoRManCe

The $3.2 million Brenda Lawson Student Success Center opened in January 2009 and houses the Wolford Family Strength & Conditioning Center.

scott brincks Director of Athletic Performance

ron Dickson Asst. Dir. of Athletic Performance

Greg Goldin Asst. Dir. of Athletic Performance

Cara Van Dorn Dir. of Olympic Sports Performance

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

The Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Center has all of the state-of-the-art weight training equip equipment.

Stuart Thomas gets his day started in the Lawson Center.

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide MoCS SuCCeSS - athletiCallY athletiCallY

Over the last seven years, UTC has won 19 regular season and 26 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 thirdbest showing at No. 136 in 2011. Here is a brief list of some of UTC’s major accomplishments in 2012-13: • Four SoCon Team Championships • Six Teams Represented in the Postseason • Three All-Americans • One Academic All-American • Two Southern Conference Athletes of the Year • Two Southern Conference Freshmen of the Year • Three Southern Conference Coaches of the Year • Five SoCon Individual Champions • 40 All-SoCon Performers

Steven Fox won the 2012 U.S. Amateur Championship at Cherry Hills. He went on to play in the Masters, U.S. Open and British Open.

Senior Paula Passmore was named the Southern Conference Libero of the Year for the second time in her career.

Z. Mason was an All-SoCon performer for the men’s basketball team, Agathe Sauzon won the 2013 Southern Conference Women’s Golf Cham Chamleading the Mocs in scoring at 14.9 ppg. pionship, leading UTC to its fourth-straight team title.

Trevor Janssen finished 18th at the SoCon Cross Country Champion Championships to claim the league’s Freshman of the Year Award.

Josh Condon won the SoCon title at 157 pounds. He posted five pins in six Davis Tull was named the 2012 SoCon Defensive Player of the Year after SoCon matches in the regular season. leading the league with a school-record 12.5 sacks.

Ashlen Dewart was named the SoCon Tournament MVP after leading the Lady Mocs to their ninth SoCon title in the last 15 years.

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide SuCCeSS - aCadeMiCallY & SoCiallY 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: • Over half of all UTC student-athletes earned at least a 3.0 grade-point-average in each of the last eight semesters. • The Mocs tied a school record with 11 squads posting a 3.0 team GPA in both the fall and spring semesters. • Men’s cross country had a school record 3.84 GPA in the spring and the No. 2 GPA in the nation last season. • UTC has had at least a 2.9 cumulative student-athlete GPA for six consecutive semesters.

Adam Miller is the first two-time CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District honoree for the Mocs football program.

cumuChristina Teter became the 14th Moc in school history to be named Capital Morgan Buchanan won the Dayle May Award for having the highest cumu lative GPA among the senior student-athletes at UTC. One Academic All-American by CoSIDA.

Senior Dean Pavlou was an Academic All-NWCA honoree.

Senior Kayla Christopher had a 4.0 GPA and led the Lady Mocs to the 2013 Senior Kayla Christopher had a 4.0 GPA and led the Lady Mocs to the 2013 Southern Conference Championship.

SoCiallY

The Chattanooga Mocs Athletics Department is heavily involved in community events throughout the year. UTC student-athletes, coaches & staff logged over 1,800 hours volunteering in the community over the last year at events such as Freshman Move-In, Bloodanooga, Clean & 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.

Women’s golfer Jordan Britt donates blood at the annual Bloodanooga The volleyball team prepares a meal at the Chattanooga Ronald McDonald House. drive in the University Center.

As a part of the National Girls and Women in Sports Day, UTC hosted the ‘Play, Believe, Achieve’ event.

Members of the Mocs wrestling team take part in the Annual ‘Read Across Members of the track & field/cross country teams pack meals at the Feed My Starving Children MobilePak. America’ event in Chattanooga.

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide What’S a MoC? THe AnSWer

WHY MOCS?

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.

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.

SCrAppY 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.

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.

Secondary Athletics Marks:

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide RoSteR infoRMation & SChedule 2013-14 rosTer

2013-14 sCHeDule Date

Tournament

Sept.. 6-8

Carpet Capital Classic The Farm - Hosted by Georgia Tech

Sept.. 15-17

Golfweek Conference Challenge Burlington, Iowa Spirit Hollow Golf Course - Hosted by Golfweek

Oct. 4-6

Brickyard Collegiate The Brickyard at Riverside - Hosted by Mercer

Oct. 14-15

AutoTrader.com Collegiate Classic Duluth, Ga. Berkeley Hills Country Club - Hosted by Georgia State

Oct. 26-27

Bridgestone Golf Collegiate Greensboro, N.C. Grandover Resort & Conference Center - Hosted by UNCG

sTarTers reTurninG (4): Chris Robb (73.52, PING All-East Region, All-SoCon, Bridgestone Golf Collegiate Medalist), Davis Bunn (74.30), Liam Johnston (74.55), Benni Weilguni (75.53)

Feb.. 10-11

Savannah Quarters Individual Savannah, Ga. Savannah Quarters Golf Club – Hosted by Georgia Southern

sTarTers losT (1): Steven Fox (72.50, 2012 U.S. Amateur Champion, PING All-East Region, All-SoCon)

Feb.. 17-18

site Dalton, Ga.

Macon, Ga.

Mobile Bay Intercollegiate Mobile, Ala. Magnolia Grove Golf Club (Crossings) - Hosted by South Ala.

March 2-4

Querencia Cabo Collegiate Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Querencia Golf Club - Hosted by SMU

March 10-11

Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate Palmetto Golf Club - Hosted by USC-Aiken

March 22-23

Linger Longer Invitational Eatonton, Ga. Great Waters Golf Course - Hosted by Mercer & Kennesaw St.

Aiken, S.C.

April 7-8

Old Waverly Collegiate Championship West Point, Miss. Old Waverly Golf Club - Hosted by Mississippi State

April 20-22

Southern Conference Championship National Golf Club - Hosted by SoCon

May 15-17

NCAA Regionals Sites: Auburn University Club; Auburn, Ala. The Club at Old Hawthorne; Columbia, Mo. Lonnie Poole Golf Course; Raleigh, N.C. Rich Harvest Farms; Sugar Grove, Ill. Eugene Country Club; Eugene, Ore. Briggs Ranch Golf Club; San Antonio, Texas

Pinehurst, N.C.

TBA

May 27-June 1 NCAA Championship Hutchinson, Kan. Prairie Dunes Country Club - Hosted by Wichita State

name Davis Bunn Wes Gosselin Liam Johnston Chris Robb Ewan Scott Brooks Thomas Stuart Thomas Andrew Weathers Kory Webb Benni Weilguni

Yr. Sr. RFr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr.

Hometown/last school Pronunciation Guide Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Knoxville, Tenn./Hardin Valley GOS-slynn Dumfries, Scotland/ Lee-um Aberdeenshire, Scotland/Banchory Academy St. Andrews, Scotland/Madras You-when Chattanooga, Tenn./Ringgold Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Chattanooga, Tenn./McCallie Knoxville, Tenn./Christian Academy Langelois, Austria/Commercial Academy veil-GOO-nee

Head Coach: Mark Guhne, Ninth Year (Chattanooga ‘84)

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leTTerWinners reTurninG (1): Kory Webb (78.71, 1 start) leTTerWinners losT (1): Alex Ratliff (77.44, 2 starts) neWComers/reDsHirTs (5): Wes Gosselin (Knoxville, Tenn.), Ewan Scott (St. Andrews, Scotland), Brooks Thomas (Chattanooga, Tenn.), Stuart Thomas (Knoxville, Tenn.), Andrew Weathers (Chattanooga, Tenn.) seniors (3): Davis Bunn, Chris Robb, Benni Weilguni Juniors (1): Liam Johnston soPHomore (1): Kory Webb fresHmen (5): Wes Gosselin, Ewan Scott, Brooks Thomas, Stuart Thomas, Andrew Weathers Tennessee (6): Davis Bunn (Knoxville) Wes Gosselin (Knoxville) Brooks Thomas (Chattanooga) Stuart Thomas (Knoxville) Andrew Weathers (Chattanooga) Kory Webb (Knoxville) ausTria (1): Benni Weilguni (Langelois) sCoTlanD (3): Liam Johnston (Dumfries) Chris Robb (Aberdeenshire) Ewan Scott (St. Andrews)

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide head CoaCh MaRK guhne Mark Guhne (pronounced JUNE) took the reins of the Chattanooga Mocs men’s golf team in 2005 and has led his alma mater to unprecedented heights in men’s golf. He has spearheaded a consistent presence in the national rankings. Under his guidance the program has thrived on and off the course. His teams have set records in competition as well as in the classroom. They’ve also been active in the community with clinics and service activities. Guhne has directed the Mocs to 17 team and 13 individual wins in his eight seasons. That includes five Southern Conference Championships (2007-09, 2012-13) and one NCAA Regional (2012 Bowling Green) along with the prized 2008 Carpet Capital Collegiate crown. Prize pupil Stephan Jaeger posted individual wins at conference and regional in leading UTC to those titles in 2012. He’s had two All-Americans – Jaeger (2012) and Jonathan Hodge (2008) during his tenure and between Hodge (2007-08) and Jaeger (2010-12), Guhne’s program boasts five SoCon Golfer of the Year awards. His charges have been awarded PING All-East Region honors 12 times. The jewel of the individual accolades is Steven Fox’s 2012 United States Amateur Championship. Guhne has piloted the Mocs to the No. 1 golf, twice. In back-to-back seasons, 10, UTC reached the top spot in the His teams have been ranked in the the end of year rankings with a 2008. That 2007-08 team had a winning a program-rewith three medalist Hodge.

ranking in college 2008-09 and 2009Golfstat rankings. top 25 twice in high of No. 12 in remarkable year cord five times honors by

Seven of his eight teams advanced to NCAA Regional play. The Mocs twice moved on to compete in the NCAA Championship finishing 18th both times at Inverness in 2009 and Riviera Country Club in 2012. Guhne’s had several individuals ranked among the nation’s leaders year-in and yearout. Jaeger posted the highest individual ranking of any Guhne protégée ending up at No. 12 in 2012 finishing his season at 22-under par. Hodge’s No. 26 in 2008 is second to Jaeger, but that season is also the only time the Mocs have had three top 100 performers in the same campaign. Rende (74) and Fredrik Qvicker (88) joined Hodge as the squad boasted four All-Southern Conference performers with that trio and Ben Rickett. Guhne has four SoCon Coach of the Year awards - 2006, 2007, 2008, 2012 - in his eight seasons with the top-ranked team in the league over the last seven. He was also named 2009 Eaton/Golf Pride East Region Coach of the Year. As part of the growth of the student-athlete, Guhne encourages aggressive summer tournament schedules. During his tenure, five players have qualified for the U.S. Amateur, three in 2007 in Hodge, Rende and Bryce Ledford. Jaeger qualified in 2011 and Fox won it in 2012. Qvicker finished as low amateur at the 2007 Scandanavian Masters, while Rickett qualified for the 2007 English Amateur, finishing in the final 16, and the 2008 British and English Ams. Rickett, Qvicker and Jaeger all advanced to match play at the Amateur together in 2009. Rende won the 2007 Tennessee State Open and then followed in 2008 with a win at the Tennessee State Amateur. Hodge qualified for the Western Refining All-American in 2008 and played a phenomenal summer schedule which included a third-round finish at the North/South Amateur. Jaeger was a wild-card entry in the 2011 BMW International Open on the European Tour. Fox won the 2011 Tennessee Match Play Championship. He made a run at the 2009 Tennessee Open title finishing tied for second to Ledford and was a semi-finalist at the 2010 Match Play Championship. He and Kory Webb won their qualifiers for the 2012 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship.

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide 4-tiMe SoCon CoaCh of the YeaR GuHne aT a GlanCe

Alma Mater: Chattanooga ‘84 C CoaCHinG reCorD Years Wins 2005-06 105 2006-07 149 2007-08 158 2008-09 101 2009-10 113 2010-11 107 2011-12 112 2012-13 95 Totals 940

losses 56 50 42 77 64 41 56 52 438

Ties 1 2 4 1 1 3 0 5 17

Titles 1 4 5 3 1 0 2 1 17

eaTon/Golf PriDe easT reGion CoaCH of THe Year 2009 soCon CoaCH of THe Year 2006, 2007, 2008, 2012 nCaa reGional CHamPionsHiPs 2012

nCaa aPPearanCes REGIONALS: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 CHAMPIONSHIP: 2009, 2012

inDiViDual meDalisTs 2005-06: Bryce Ledford, Re/Max UTC Fall Cl. 2006-07: Derek Rende, USA Spring Cl. 2007-08: Jonathan Hodge, Coca-Cola Duke Golf Cl., Cleveland Palmetto Int., Furman Int. 2009-10: Steven Fox, Furman Int. (Co-Medalist) 2010-11: Chris Robb, Springhill Suites Coll.; Stephan Jaeger, LSU National Inv. 2011-12: Stephan Jaeger, Golfweek Conference Champ., SoCon Champ., NCAA Bowling Green Reg. 2012-13: Chris Robb, Bridgestone Golf Collegiate all-ameriCa 2008: Jonathan Hodge, 2nd Team 2012: Stephan Jaeger, 1st Team

During the 2008-11 stretch, the Mocs had two Cleveland/Srixon All-America Scholars in Jaeger and Rende along with multiple Academic All-SoCon, Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll mentions. The team’s commitment to the classroom mirrors its play on the course. Jaeger took UTC’s top academic honor in 2012 winning the Dayle May Award. It goes to the senior male and female student-athletes with the best cumulative grade point average. His teams are active in the community as well with several projects, but one has become a major involvement. The Mocs have been very active the last few years with the City of Chattanooga Parks & Recreation Therapeutic Recreation Services C.H.I.P.S. program. C.H.I.P.S. Golf is one of the many programs Therapeutic Recreation Services facilitates for individuals who have disabilities. C.H.I.P.S. makes it possible for anyone, regardless of his or her disability, to be able to play the game of golf.

soCon CHamPionsHiPs 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013

Team TiTles 2005-06: Re/Max UTC Fall Cl. 2006-07: Rio Pinar Int., Wexford Int., USA Spring Classic, SoCon Champ. 2007-08: Coca-Cola Duke Golf Cl., Cleveland Palmetto Int., Furman Int., Bank of America Int., SoCon Champ. 2008-09: Aldila Scenic City Inv., Carpet Capital Coll., SoCon Champ. 2009-10: Cleveland Golf Palmetto Int. 2011-12: SoCon Champ., NCAA Bowling Green Regional 2012-13: SoCon Champ.

While the athletic accolades are numerous, Guhne is just as proud of the academic prowess his student-athletes consistently display. The team yearly posts one of the athletic department’s top team GPA’s and in 2012 received national notice. The program achieved a perfect multi-year APR score of 1,000 for the period 2008-11. It became the first in UTC history to attain the mark.

CleVelanD Golf/sriXon all-ameriCa sCHolars 2009: Derek Rende 2010: Derek Rende 2011: Stephan Jaeger 2012: Stephan Jaeger soCon PlaYer of THe Year 2007: Jonathan Hodge 2008: Jonathan Hodge 2010: Stephan Jaeger 2011: Stephan Jaeger 2012: Stephan Jaeger soCon fresHman of THe Year 2007: Derek Rende 2009: Stephan Jaeger

UTC student-athletes have been active playing rounds on regular basis with the C.H.I.P.S. golfers. The team also hosted a golf skills open house for the group prior to the 2011 NCAA Colorado Regional at the Player Development Complex. Guhne was elevated to the head coaching position on March 1, 2005, after three seasons serving as assistant coach to Reed Sanderlin. A PGA professional, Guhne has earned Class A status and was the 2007 Horton Smith Award winner. He was elected president of the Chattanooga chapter of the PGA in 2008. Among his playing accomplishments, Guhne was selected to the 2007 Tennessee Challenge Cup team. In 2003 and 2004, he represented Tennessee in the Tennessee vs. Georgia PGA Cup Matches. Mark and his wife Kelly are both Chattanooga graduates with each earning degrees in 1984. The couple resides in Hixson, Tenn. He is an avid fisherman in his spare time and regained his amateur status as a golfer.

all-ConferenCe PlaYers 2006: Jonathan Hodge, Bryce Ledford 2007: Jonathan Hodge, Bryce Ledford, Derek Rende 2008: Jonathan Hodge, Fredrik Qvicker, Derek Rende, Ben Rickett 2009: Stephan Jaeger, Derek Rende, Ben Rickett 2010: Stephan Jaeger, Derek Rende 2011: Steven Fox, Stephan Jaeger, Benni Weilguni 2012: Steven Fox, Stephan Jaeger 2013: Steven Fox, Chris Robb

usGa CHamPions 2012: Steven Fox, Amateur PinG all-reGion 2008: Jonathan Hodge, Derek Rende 2009: Stephan Jaeger, Derek Rende, Ben Rickett 2010: Stephan Jaeger, Derek Rende 2011: Stephan Jaeger 2012: Stephan Jaeger, Steven Fox 2013: Steven Fox, Chris Robb

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide PRofileS | RetuRning StaRteRS DAvis D vis Bunn TournamenT HisTorY 2010-11 (freshman)

Senior – Knoxville, Tenn. (Farragut)

Tournament Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic Springhill Suites Collegiate Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate Brickyard Collegiate Bank of Tennessee Inter. Cleveland Golf Palmetto Inter. Furman Intercollegiate 2012-13 Linger Longer Invitational Competed in 10 events, twice as an individual…stroke average of 74.30 for the year, 73.56 in the spring (18 rounds)…three top 10’s with a best of fourth at Savannah LSU National Invitational SoCon Championship Quarters Individual…tied for sixth and held sixth outright at BancorpSouth Intercollegiate and NCAA Colorado Regional SoCon Championship…best 54-hole total came at BancorpSouth firing five-under par 211… shot 69 (season low), 71 and 71 over his three rounds…also shot 69 at the Savannah Quarters 2011-12 (sophomore) Individual…career-high 15 birdies at Savannah Quarters with career-best six for second 18…75 birdies for season with 329 pars…second on the team with four eagles…high of 37 pars at Bayou Tournament Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic City Collegiate…15 in final round of Brickyard Collegiate is also a career high…10 par or better rounds all came after turn of calendar to 2013…counted 18 of 24 rounds…Dean’s List and Athletic Rees Jones Invite AutoTrader.com Collegiate Classic Director’s Honor Roll. Cleveland Golf Palmetto Int. Linger Longer Invite (Ind) 2011-12 Played in eight events, one as an individual…his hole-in- Bowling Green Regional NCAA Championship one on the 181-yard 16th hole (eight iron) keyed the Mocs NCAA Bowling Green Regional title…best finish was a tie for 35th at Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic to 2012-13 (Junior) open the season…best round of 71 (-1) in the final round Tournament Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic of the AutoTrader.com Collegiate Classic…high of Brickyard Collegiate five birdies in final round Pinetree Intercollegiate (Ind.) Savannah Quarters Individual of Rees Invi- Bayou City Collegiate Jones Invi tational… Tiger Invitational Furman Intercollegiate tourney high BancorpSouth Intercollegiate of eight at Rees Jones and Linger Longer Invites… SoCon Championship NCAA Columbus Regional posted high of 14 pars in his first two rounds of the year at the Carpet Capital and tied it in his last at the NCAA Cham Championship at - 2011 Southern Conference All-Freshman team. - T11 at the 2012 Tennessee Amateur. - 2009 McDonald’s Tournament of Champions Medalist. - H.S. Player of the Year on a team that included two other DI signees (Tennessee, Georgia Southern).

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scores 75-70-75=220 71-72-76=219 80-67-68=215 73-74-71=218 76-72-70=218 71-75-77=223 78-73-70=221 76-75-74=225 76-80-76=232 74-72-75=221 77-74-74=225

finish T23 T22 T26 T21 T21 T38 T34 T36 T33 T21 T64

scores 72-75-76=223 79-80-75=234 75-83-71=229 77-72-78=227 75-77-75=227 76-83-74=233 76-75-75=226

finish T35 T39 T53 T61 T43 T57 T99

scores 77-76-80=233 73-78-76=227 77-73-82=232 71-69-73=213 73-72-73=218 76-79-75=230 71-72-75=218 69-71-71=211 77-72-71=220 78-76-73=227

finish 73 T59 T39 4 T22 T41 T18 T6 6 T51


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide PRofileS | RetuRning StaRteRS Personal Davis Alexander Bunn was born March 4, 1992 in Knoxville, Tenn....the son of David and Joan Bunn…two brothers, Brandon and Tyler (Davis’ twin)...Brandon played golf at Memphis…majoring in Business and General Management. Career sTaTs Year rounds strokes avg 60’s Par/bett Top 10’s eagles birdies 2010-11 33 2437 73.85 2 10 0 1 93 2011-12 21 1599 76.14 0 2 0 2 38 2012-13 30 2229 74.30 2 10 3 4 75 Career 84 6265 74.58 4 22 3 7 206

Pars 357 228 329 914

Career besTs finish: 4, 2013 Savannah Quarters Individual Totals: 54-Hole: 211 (-5), 2013 BancorpSouth Intercollegiate 36-Hole: 140 (-4), 2013 Savannah Quarters Ind. & 2013 BancorpSouth Intercollegiate 18-Hole: 67 (-4), 2010 Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate rounds: 1st: 69 (-3), 2013 BancorpSouth Intercollegiate 2nd: 67 (-4), 2010 Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate 3rd: 68 (-3), 2010 Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate

Riviera C.C.…tournament high was 39 at Carpet Capital…38 birdies and 228 pars on the season…counted in 11 of his 18 rounds, five of six in NCAA postseason events… Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2010-11 Southern Conference All-Freshman team…averaged 73.85 strokes per round…one of three players (Steven Fox, Chris Robb) to play in all 11 events…counted in 29 of 33 rounds…two rounds in the 60’s with 10 total par or better…low round of 67 came in second 18 of Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate with a spotless card of four birdies and 14 pars…low 54-hole total also came in the Mason Rudolph as he shot 215 (+2) following up an opening round 80 with rounds of 67 and 68…93 birdies and 357 pars playing par or better more than three-quarters of his holes…four or more birdies in 13 rounds with a high of five (twice – Mason Rudolph/Brickyard)…13 rounds with 12 or more pars with a high of 14 (5 times)…led team with 38 pars at NCAA Colorado Regional which was a school record in an NCAA event…15 par or better holes in a round 13 times…Dean’s List and Athletic Directors Honor Roll in both semesters. farraGuT HiGH sCHool Led the Admirals to back-to-back state titles playing for Scott McKenzie…2010 PrepXtra Player of the Year…played at Farragut with two other DI signees in his class (Brandon Rogers – Tennessee and Hayden Anderson – Georgia Southern)… dominated the 2009 Knoxville Amateur with a seven-shot win and was medalist at the 2009 McDonald’s Tournament of Champions beating Georgia signee Keith Mitchell by four strokes…two-time Region Tournament Champ (2007, 2009)…won three times on the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour in 2009…finished tied for 14th at the 2010 Tennessee State Open and tied for 21st at State Amateur…11th at the 2010 Rice Planters Amateur shooting six-under par 282…qualified for 2008 United States Junior Amateur.

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide PRofileS | RetuRning StaRteRS lliAM AM Johnston TournamenT HisTorY 2011-12 (freshman)

Junior – Dumfries, Scotland (St. Joseph’s)

- Named to 2012-13 Scottish Men’s Transitional Squad. - 2012 Tennant Cup Champion with a final round 62 shooting 130 over his final 36 holes making up an 11-shot deficit. - 2012 SoCon All-Freshman selection. - Runner-up in 2011 Scottish Boys Match Play & Scottish Boys Stroke Play Championships. 2012-13 Started in all 11 tourneys…led the team finishing tied for 11th at Carpet Capital Collegiate…shot 70-70-74 for two-under par total of 214 which was career-low 54-hole total…career-best 69 (-3) to open Bayou City Collegiate…team-high five eagles…72 birdies with a high of six to open season at Carpet Capital Collegiate where he totaled 12 for the event…370 pars with 15 in the opening round of Bridgestone Golf Collegiate as his best for 18…four or more birdies five times, 12 or more pars 15…seven par or better rounds, one in the 60’s…counted in 27 of 33 rounds played…74.55 stroke average. 2011-12 Played in 10 of 13 events averaging 75.00 strokes per round…best finish was tied for 10th at SoCon Championship…his 220 there was his low 54-hole total…70 (-2) in final round of Seahawk Intercollegiate was his low 18… four par or better rounds total…three eagles, 55 birdies and 293 pars playing par or better on 72.2 percent of his holes…high of five birdies (Seahawk final round & opening round of NCAA Championship) and 14 pars (three times including NCAA Bowling Green Regional) in a round…nine birdies was his best tourney total (AutoTrader. com Collegiate Classic) as was 37 pars (twice)…counted in 21 of 27 rounds…Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. sCoTlanD One of the top juniors to come out of Scotland in 2011…secondplace finish on the Scottish Boys Order of Merit in 2010 and 2011…runner-up at the 2011 Scottish Boys Match Play

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Tournament Golfweek Conference Challenge AutoTrader.com Collegiate Classic Seahawk Intercollegiate Cleveland Golf Palmetto Int. Collegiate Match Play Linger Longer Invite LSU National Invite SoCon Championship Bowling Green Regional NCAA Championship

scores 73-75-79=227 74-73-79=226 77-74-70=221 74-76-73=223 1-3-0 75-74-76=225 75-77-79=231 77-72-71=220 77-74-73=224 71-80-77=228

finish T46 T38 17 T40

2012-13 (sophomore) Tournament Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic PING/Golfweek Preview Brickyard Collegiate AutoTrader.com Collegiate Bridgestone Golf Coll. Bayou City Collegiate Tiger Invitational Furman Intercollegiate BancorpSouth Intercollegiate SoCon Championship NCAA Columbus Regional

scores 70-70-74=214 73-73-76=222 74-77-70=221 71-76-73=220 73-79-73=225 69-71-79=219 80-75-79=234 73-75-74=222 75-78-78=231 80-71-77=228 74-78-72=224

finish T11 T59 T35 T17 T39 T25 T53 T33 T59 20 T37

T40 T47 T10 T35 T114


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide PRofileS | RetuRning StaRteRS Career sTaTs Year rounds strokes avg 60’s Par/bett Top 10’s eagles birdies 2011-12 27 2025 75.00 0 4 1 3 55 2012-13 33 2460 74.55 1 7 0 5 72 Totals 60 4485 74.75 1 11 1 8 127 Career besTs finish: T10, 2012 SoCon Championship Totals: 54-Hole: 214 (-2), 2012 Carpet Capital Collegiate 36-Hole: 140 (-4), 2012 Carpet Capital Collegiate & 2013 Bayou City Collegiate 18-Hole: 69 (-3), 2013 Bayou City Collegiate rounds: 1st: 69 (-3), 2013 Bayou City Collegiate 2nd: 70 (-2), 2012 Carpet Capital Collegiate 3rd: 70 (-2), 2012 Seahawk Intercollegiate & 2012 Brickyard Collegiate

and the 2011 Scottish Boys Stroke Play…represented Scotland on the 2010 and 2011 Home International team as well as the 2010 European Boys squad…qualified for match play at 2011 Scottish Amateur (3rd round) and 2011 British Boys…his impressive 2010 included a win at SGU Junior Tour Event 5 shooting six under for 36 holes, round of 16 finish at Scottish Boys Match Play, tie for fifth at Scottish Youths Championship and tie for 11th at Scottish Boys Stroke Play…served as captain for 2010 Scottish School Boys match against England and for the South of Scotland Boys win over the North of England team… Johnston won the South of Scotland Boys stroke play and match play in 2009 along with the stroke play in 2008. Personal Born Jan. 26, 1993...son of Mary and Steele Johnston...two brothers, Matthew and Ryan...played soccer until 2011 with Queen of the South and Annan Athletics teams… from the same town (Dumfries) as Mocs women’s golf head coach Colette Murray… Psychology major.

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Pars 293 370 663


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide PRofileS | RetuRning StaRteRS cchRis Ris RoBB TournamenT HisTorY 2010-11 (freshman)

Senior – Aberdeenshire, Scotland (Banchory Acad.)

Tournament Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic springhill suites Collegiate Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate Brickyard Collegiate Bank of Tennessee Inter. Cleveland Golf Palmetto Inter. Furman Intercollegiate Linger Longer Invitational 2012-13 PING All-East Region and All-SoCon…played in all 11 tourneys counting in 28 of 33 rounds…aver- LSU National Invitational SoCon Championship aged 73.52 strokes per round…won Bridgestone Golf Collegiate in the fall shooting a career-best NCAA Colorado Regional tying nine-under par 207…also tied low 18 tally with a 66 (-6) in the second round…posted 10 or more birdies in four tournaments with a high of 13 in the Brickyard Collegiate…tied career-high 2011-12 (sophomore) with seven birdies in final round of Brickyard…four rounds in the 60’s and 11 par or better…top Tournament UTC finisher in three events total…28 rounds with 10 or more pars Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic with a career-best 16 to open SoCon Championship Golfweek Conference Challenge play…another career high with 40 pars at Rees Jones Invite the SoCon Championship finishing Brickyard Collegiate Champ. tied for 10th at 224…three AutoTrader.com Collegiate Classic (Ind) top 10’s also tying for 10th at Seahawk Intercollegiate Tiger Invitational…Dean’s Collegiate Match Play List, Athletic Director’s and Linger Longer Invite SoCon Honor Roll. LSU National Invite SoCon Championship 2011-12 Bowling Green Regional Played in 11 events, 10 as a count- NCAA Championship ing team member…third on the 2012-13 (Junior) squad in stroke average (74.45)… Tournament eight par or better rounds with two Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic in the 60s…best finish was tied PING/Golfweek Preview for second at SoCon ChampiBrickyard Collegiate onship behind teammate AutoTrader.com Collegiate Stephan Jaeger…best 54- bridgestone Golf Coll. hole total was level-par Bayou City Collegiate 216 at Linger Longer Tiger Invitational Invitational…three Furman Intercollegiate eagles, 75 birdies BancorpSouth Intercollegiate and 282 pars… SoCon Championship seven birdies NCAA Columbus Regional in second round of Linger Longer…13 total birdies in the event…14 pars in second round of Brickyard - Two-time collegiate winner (2010 Springhill Suites Collegiate & 2012 Bridgestone Collegiate). - Runner-up to teammate Stephan Jaeger at 2012 SoCon Champi Championship. - Won the 2012 North East Open at Newmachar Golf Club and had a top 10 at 2012 Cameron Corbett Vase (T8).

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scores 75-77-78=230 66-69-72=207 71-73-73=217 72-77-78=227 79-77-78=234 75-76-71=222 78-74-73=225 74-77-73=224 79-73-77=229 71-71-75=217 70-69-77=216

finish T49 1 T34 T50 69 T32 T51 T32 T26 T11 T24

scores 75-76-73=224 69-78-76=223 75-74-79=228 79-74-77=230 78-75-69=222 77-72-77=226 2-2-0 72-71-73=216 75-77-73=225 76-71-71=218 72-76-74=222 76-72-75=223

finish T39 T31 T20 T61 T21 T32

scores 76-70-74=220 68-74-74=216 70-75-69=214 73-72-74=219 72-66-69=207 77-74-72=223 72-76-75=223 78-73-84=235 77-71-71=219 74-76-74=224 79-72-75=226

finish T23 T30 T11 T11 1 T46 T10 T92 T14 T10 T48

T16 T29 T2 T26 T69


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide PRofileS | RetuRning StaRteRS Personal Born January 7, 1991…son of David and Heather Robb…one older brother, Eddie… majoring in Business. Career sTaTs Year rounds strokes avg 60’s Par/bett Top 10’s eagles birdies Pars 2010-11 33 2448 74.18 3 9 1 4 88 360 2011-12 33 2457 74.45 2 8 1 3 92 343 2012-13 33 2426 73.52 4 11 3 4 84 370 Totals 99 7331 74.05 9 28 5 11 264 1073 Career besTs finish: 1, 2010 Springhill Suites Collegiate & 2012 Bridgestone Golf Collegiate Totals: 54-Hole: 207 (-9), 2010 Springhill Suites Collegiate & 2012 Bridgestone Golf Collegiate 36-Hole: 135 (-9), 2010 Springhill Suites Collegiate 18-Hole: 66 (-6), 2010 Springhill Suites Collegiate & 2012 Bridgestone Golf Collegiate rounds: 1st: 66 (-6), 2010 Springhill Suites Collegiate 2nd: 66 (-6), 2012 Bridgestone Golf Collegiate 3rd: 69 (-3), 3 times (MR: 2012 Bridgestone Golf Collegiate)

Collegiate was best with 37 total for the event…counted in 21 of 24 team rounds including all 12 in the spring…Dean’s List, Athletic Director’s Honor Roll, SoCon Honor Roll. 2010-11 Averaged 74.18 strokes per round…won his second collegiate event shooting nineunder par 207 (team best for season) at the Springhill Suites Collegiate which was played at the site of the 2011 SoCon Championship (Country Club of South Carolina)… three rounds in the 60s, nine par or better overall…squad’s low round with a 66 (-6) to open the Springhill Suites Collegiate…tied for 11th at SoCon Championship at one over…nine rounds with four or more birdies with a high of six in the opening round of the Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate (71) which he matched in the opening round of the NCAA Colorado Regional)…shot level par finishing tied for 24th at the regional… four tourneys with 10 or more birdies with a high of 13 at Springhill Suites Collegiate followed by 12 at Colorado Regional…36 pars was tournament high done twice (Carpet Capital/SoCon)…15 pars in his first collegiate round at Carpet Capital stood as his most pars in 18 holes…played par or better on 76.1 percent of his holes with 10 rounds registering 15 or more par or better holes…second on the squad with four eagles while recording 88 birdies and 360 pars…counted in 23 of 33 rounds…Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2009-10 Robb joined the team in January of 2010…did not compete in the spring and has four years of eligibility remaining. sCoTlanD Prepped at Banchory Academy in Banchory, Scotland…finished fifth on SGU Boys Order of Merit in 2009 and eighth in 2008...titles at 2009 Scottish Golf Union Junior Tour at Kingsbams Golf Club Champion, 2008 Paul Lawrie Scottish Schoolboys Champion, 2007 Paul Lawrie Junior Match Play Champion, 2007 North-east District U18 Match Play and U16 Stroke Play Champion…represented Scotland in European Boys Team Championship 2007-09…qualified for Match Play at 2009 British Boys Amateur… also played rugby along with his many accomplishments on the links.

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide PRofileS | RetuRning StaRteRS Benni Weil WeilGuni TournamenT HisTorY 2010-11 (freshman)

Senior – Langelois, Austria (Commercial Academy) - Ranked No. 1 in Austria (U18). - Won three Austrian Junior Golf Tour Events. - Qualified for Austria’s 2008 and 2009 European Boys Team Championship entry.

2012-13 Saw action in 10 tournaments starting nine…counted in 20 of 27 rounds…averaged 75.53 shots per 18…best 54-hole total was 218 (+2) recorded at Brickyard Collegiate and Tiger Invitational…tie for third at Tiger Invite was best finish…two top 10’s for the season…tied career-high with six birdies in final round at Brickyard and second 18’s at Tiger Invite and NCAA Columbus Regional…high of 13 birdies total for Tiger Invite…74 birdies for season with 313 pars…record high of 14 pars four times and had career tourney best of 38 pars (Furman)…low round was closing 69 at Brickyard and second round at NCAA Columbus Regional…Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2011-12 Played in nine of 11 events averaging 75.54 strokes per round…got off to a great start with a secondplace finish at the prestigious Carpet Capital Collegiate shooting six-under par 210…had two more top 15s…six par or better rounds with two in the 60s…low round of 67 (-5) in the second round of the Carpet Capital…four eagles, 66 birdies and 232 pars… four or more birdies in a round six times with a high of five in the final round of the AutoTrader. com Collegiate Classic…12 birdies over his 54 holes at the Carpet Capital…13 pars in final round of Golfweek Conference Challenge and second round of SoCon Championship was season-best…35 total pars at Golfweek tourney…counted in 16 of 24 team rounds. 2010-11 All-SoCon and SoCon All-Freshman… posted 73.67 scoring average for season, 72.78 in the spring…three top 10s… led team with five eagles…had 94 birdies and 305 pars playing par or better 74.8 percent of his holes…11 par or better

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Tournament Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic Springhill Suites Collegiate Brickyard Collegiate Bank of Tennessee Inter. Cleveland Golf Palmetto Inter. Furman Intercollegiate Linger Longer Invitational LSU National Invitational SoCon Championship NCAA Colorado Regional

scores 81-77-78=236 80-74-71=225 77-77-73=227 71-69-72=212 67-73-70=210 73-71-74=218 69-70-76=215 75-81-70=226 73-73-76=222 73-74-72=219

finish 57 T44 T50 T8 4 T24 T9 T17 T25 T44

2011-12 (sophomore) Tournament Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic Golfweek Conference Challenge Rees Jones Invite Brickyard Collegiate Champ. AutoTrader.com Collegiate Classic Seahawk Intercollegiate Collegiate Match Play Linger Longer Invite SoCon Championship

scores 72-67-71=210 75-69-73=217 78-79-76=233 77-77-76=230 74-75-71=220 77-78-82=237 2-2-0 81-78-81=240 80-71-75=226

finish 2 T11 T36 T61 T13 T51

2012-13 (Junior) Tournament Brickyard Collegiate AutoTrader.com Collegiate Bridgestone Golf Coll. Savannah Quarters Individual Bayou City Collegiate Tiger Invitational Furman Intercollegiate BancorpSouth Intercollegiate SoCon Championship NCAA Columbus Regional

scores 77-72-69=218 77-77-81=235 72-71-79=222 73-73-77=223 76-80-78=234 73-72-73=218 72-74-74=220 74-78-77=229 75-77-87=239 83-69-76=228

finish T22 T72 T25 T9 76 T3 T24 T54 T45 T55

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide PRofileS | RetuRning StaRteRS Personal Born August 5, 1990…son of Peter Weilguni and Patrizia Weilguni…one sister, Sophie, who played with the Mocs women’s golf team in spring of 2012…majoring in Business. Career sTaTs Year rounds strokes avg 60’s Par/bett Top 10’s eagles birdies 2010-11 30 2210 73.67 3 11 3 5 94 2011-12 24 1813 75.54 2 6 1 4 66 2012-13 30 2266 75.53 2 7 2 4 74 Totals 84 6289 74.87 7 24 6 13 234

Pars 305 232 313 850

Career besTs finish: 2, 2011 Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic Totals: 54-Hole: 210 (E/-6), 2011 Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate/2011 Carpet Capital Collegiate 36-Hole: 139 (-5), 2011 Linger Longer Invite/2011 Carpet Capital Collegiate 18-Hole: 67 (-3/-5), 2011 Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate/2011 Carpet Capital Collegiate rounds: 1st: 67 (-3), 2011 Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate 2nd: 67 (-5), 2011 Carpet Capital Collegiate 3rd: 69 (-3), 2012 Brickyard Collegiate rounds (3rd on team) with three in the 60s (also 3rd on squad)…low round of 67 (-3) and low 54-hole total of 210 (E) came at Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate where he finished a season-best fourth…ended the fall portion of the schedule tying for eighth at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate shooting four-under par (212)… had five par or better rounds in six tries ending the fall at the Bank of Tennessee and opening the spring at the Palmetto…shot par or better at three tourneys…tied for ninth at the Linger Longer Invite shooting minus one (215)…10 rounds with four or more birdies with a high of six in the final round of the Furman Intercollegiate…three tourneys with 10 or more total birdies with a team-high 15 at the Bank of Tennessee and Furman Intercollegiates…11 rounds with 12 or more pars with a high of 14 in the opening round of the SoCon Championship where he set his tournament high of 37… nine rounds with 15 or more par or better holes…team counter in 24 of 30 rounds… Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. 2009-10 Enrolled at Chattanooga in January, 2010…sat out the spring semester to focus on studies and get acclimated to collegiate life. ausTria Attended Commercial Academy while developing his sterling reputation as a junior in Austria…second Austrian to play golf recently at Chattanooga (Christine Wolf)… three-time winner on Austrian Junior Golf Tour…runner-up in the Austrian Junior Championship, fourth in Austrian National Championship with top 10s at International Austrian Championship and 2008 Doral-Publix Junior Golf Classic…qualified for Austria’s 2008 and 2009 European Boys Team Championship.

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide PRofileS | RetuRneRS & neWCoMeRS year…runner-ups came at the Paul Lawrie Foundation Scottish Boys Championship Wes Gosselin and the Faldo Series Grand Final...chose Chattanooga over Georgia Southern, Coastal

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Carolina and Southeastern Louisiana.

Personal Born May 16, 1995 in Dundee, Scotland…son of John and Allison Scott…has a brother, Cammie…undecided on major.

- One of the state’s top junior golfers during high school career. - Qualified for 2011 U.S. Amateur. - Recipient of the George R. West, Jr., Scholarship.

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Freshman – Chattanooga, Tenn. rringgold

2012-13 Redshirted due to elbow injury…SoCon Commissioner’s Medal academic award and Honor Roll…Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

- 2013 Georgia High School Champion (Class AAA). - Won 2012 U.S. Junior Amateur Qualifier at Old Fort (Murfreesboro, Tenn.). - Several junior tourney and high school wins.

HarDin ValleY Had a sterling junior career that included appearances at 2011 U.S. Amateur and 2010 and 2011 U.S. Junior Am…made it to the round of 32 at 2011 U.S. Junior Am losing to eventual champ Jordan Spieth (2&1)…finished second at 2011 TSSAA Class AAA State Championship…won his 2011 U.S. Junior Am section qualifying shooting nine-under par (69-66=135)…posted three other tops fives and a top 10 in 2011…fourth at the 2011 AJGA Junior at Savannah Quarters and at 2011 Tennessee Junior Amateur…was highly recruited with unofficial visits to Auburn, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest and Charlotte before committing to Chattanooga.

rinGGolD Played for Slade Queen (2013) and David Gann (2010-12) at Ringgold High School in north Georgia…2013 Class AAA Champion for the Tigers winning four times that season also capturing Cougar, Lion and Calhoun Invite titles…won 2012 United States Junior Am qualifier shooting three-under par 141 at Old Fort Golf Club (Murfreesboro, Tenn.)…two-time winner on All-American Junior Golf Tour where he was 2012 Player of the Year…posted top 10’s at 2012 Tennessee Junior Am and AJGA Music City Junior.

Personal Born September 9, 1993 in Knoxville, Tenn.…son of Rob and Hope Gosselin…two brothers, Zach and Graham…member of National Honor Society at HVHS and volunteered with KARM (Knoxville Area Rescue Ministries)…Psychology major.

Personal Born March 3, 1995 in Chattanooga…son of Marc and Angie Thomas…has an older sister Angie…honor student in high school…majoring in Exercise Science.

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Freshman – Knoxville, Tenn. Farragut

- One of the top juniors in Scotland, Ewan earned a spot on the 2013 Scottish entry in the European Men’s Team Championship. - Won the Scottish Hydro Boys’ Order of Merit as top junior golfer for 2012. - Represented Scotland in several youth team events. Junior Scott fashioned a remarkable junior record transition well into men’s events prior to arriving in Chattanooga in 2013…posted top 20’s in the following men’s events in 2013: Battle Trophy (T2nd), South African Amateur (T3rd), Irish Amateur (T4th), Australian Master of the Amateurs (5th), South African Stroke Play (T5th), Scottish Open Stroke Play (T16th), St. Andrews Links Trophy (T17th) and the Lytham Trophy (T18th)...won the Scottish Hydro Boys’ Order of Merit as the top junior golfer in his homeland in 2012…his 840 points easily out-distanced his nearest competition by 202…posted 2012 wins at the Golf Data Lab Scottish Youths Open Stroke Play Championship, Fife Boys Stroke Play and the Faldo Junior Series Scottish Qualifier…in all, he had nine top fives with his three wins, two seconds, two thirds and two fifths for that calendar

- One of the top juniors in Tennessee who comes from same program as senior Davis Bunn. - Only prep golfer on record to win TSSAA High School (2012) and Middle School Golf Championships (2009) in his career. - Chose Chattanooga after visiting Alabama, Tennes Tennessee and Louisville. farraGuT Had a decorated career playing for Jonathan Cox at Farragut…won the 2012 TSSAA Class 3A Championship in 2012 and was a two-time District 4-AAA Champ (2010, 2012)…won TSSAA Middle School State Title in 2009…2012 PrepExtra Player and was a three-time first team PrepExtra selection (2010-12)…All-KIL three times as well (2010-12)…All-State in 2010 and 2012…Calhoun’s Knoxville High School Athlete of the Week in November of 2012…third in 2012 Tennessee Junior Amateur…made it to the round of 32 in the 2011 U.S. Junior Amateur…2012 PrepExtra Masters Champ. Personal

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide PRofileS | RetuRneRS & neWCoMeRS Born March 3, 1995 in Chattanooga…son of Marc and Angie Thomas…has an older sister Angie…honor student in high school…majoring in Exercise Science.

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Freshman – Chattanooga, Tenn. McCallie - Multiple winner on All-American Junior Golf Tour. - Chattanooga City Junior Champion in 2012. - Belle Meade-Richland Junior Invitational Champion (15-16) in 2010. mcCallie Played for Tony Meyers at the McCallie School in Chattanooga…helped the Blue Tornados to DII-AA State Titles in 2010 and 2011…runner-up at 2012 TSSAA State Championship two shots ahead of 2013 Southern Amateur winner Zach Olsen…DII-AA Region Champion in 2009 and 2012…captured the 15-16 age group at the 2010 Bell Meade-Richland Junior Invitational shooting even-par 143 (72-71)…was a member of the McCallie Athletic Council. Personal Born December 10, 1993 in Chattanooga…son of Billy and Connie Weathers… has an older sister Mary Catherine…born and raised in Chattanooga…majoring in Business.

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Sophomore – Knoxville, Tenn. Christian Academy - Solid, consistent player in the mold of Jonathan Hodge and Davis Bunn. - Top 20 junior on Junior Golf Scoreboard. - One of three (Bunn, Wes Gosselin) current Mocs from Knoxville. 2012-13 Saw action in five events, four as an individual…averaged 78.71 strokes per round… best finish was tied for fifth at Savannah Quarters Individual…shot two-over par 218 for his 54 holes there…low 18 of one-under par 71 came in second and final rounds…28 birdies for the year…tallied 12 at Savannah Quarters including high of six in round two…three rounds with four or more birdies…120 pars including a tourney best of 31 at Savannah Quarters…single round high of 12 at Pinetree Intercollegiate and Savannah Quarters…counted to team score in one of three rounds played…Dean’s List, Athletic Director’s and SoCon Honor Roll.

CHrisTian aCaDemY Ranked in the top 20 (No. 18) on Junior Golf Scoreboard for Class of 2012 at the time of his signing…won his U.S. Amateur Public Link local qualifier at Furman Golf Club shooting 65-76 for a three-under par 141…missed qualifying for match play at Pub Links by two shots…led Christian Academy to back-to-back TSSAA Class A-AA State Championships…won back-to-back events on the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour capturing the Old Fort Junior Classic and Tennessee National Junior Classic in 2011…2nd at 2011 Tennessee Junior Amateur…tied for 11th at the 2012 Greystone Invitational. Personal Born August 3, 1993 in Knoxville, Tenn.…son of Tracy and Jill Webb…National Honor Society student…active volunteer with the First Tee of Knoxville during summer of 2012…majoring in Finance. Career sTaTs Year rounds strokes avg 60’s Par/bett Top 10’s eagles birdies Pars 2012-13 14 1102 78.71 0 2 1 0 28 120 Career besTs finish: T5, 2013 Savannah Quarters Individual Totals: 54-Hole: 218 (+2), 2013 Savannah Quarters Individual 36-Hole: 147 (+3), 2013 Savannah Quarters Individual 18-Hole: 71 (-1), 2013 Savannah Quarters Individual rounds: 1st: 76 (+4), 2013 Savannah Quarters Individual 2nd: 71 (-1), 2013 Savannah Quarters Individual 3rd: 71 (-1), 2013 Savannah Quarters Individual

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide 2012-13 ReWind name T’ment Steven Fox 9 Chris Robb 11 Davis Bunn 8 Liam Johnston 11 Benni Weilguni 9 Michael Monroe 3 Alex Ratliff 3 Kory Webb 1 Team 11

rnds avg Counters low 60’s Par/bet Top 10’s best finish 30 72.50 26 67 4 16 4 T2, Thrice (MR: SoCon) 33 73.52 29 66 4 11 3 1, Bridgestone Golf Coll. 30 74.30 18 69 2 10 3 T3, Savannah Quarters Ind. 33 74.55 27 69 1 7 0 T11, Carpet Capital 30 75.53 20 69 2 7 2 T3, Tiger Invite 9 75.11 7 69 1 2 0 T22, Brickyard 18 77.44 7 72 0 1 0 T16, Savannah Quarters Ind. 14 78.71 1 71 0 2 1 T5, Savannah Quarters Ind. 33 73.31 --- 277 --- 4 --- 1, soCon Champ.

Date Sept.. 7-9

Tournament results scores Carpet Capital Classic 7th of 15 292-292-297=875 (+11) The Farm; Dalton, Ga. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Liam Johnston, T11, 70-70-74=214 (-2)

Sept.. 23-25

PING/Golfweek Preview 15th of 15 295-301-298=894 (+54) Capital City Club - Crabapple Course Top Chattanooga Finisher: Chris Robb, T30, 68-74-74=216 (+6)

Steven Fox (pictured left) captured the 2012 United States Amateur prior to the start of the 2012-13 season. His 2013 collegiate honors included PING All-East Region and All-SoCon. He was joined on the All-Region and All-SoCon teams by Chris Robb (center). Robb captured his second collegiate win at the 2012 Bridgestone Golf Classic. Davis Bunn (right) was the Mocs’ most consistent performer last spring with three top 10’s after the calendar turned to 2013.

ToP 10 Team rounDs of 2012-13

event 1) Brickyard Coll. 2) Bridgestone Golf Coll. 3) Carpet Capital Coll. 4) BancorpSouth Int. 5) Bridgestone Golf Coll. tie) BancorpSouth Int. tie) BancorpSouth Int. 8) Bayou City Coll. tie) Bayou City Coll. tie) Furman tie) SoCon Champ.

Oct. 5-7

Brickyard Collegiate T4th of 15 291-299-277=867 (+3) The Brickyard at Riverside; Macon, Ga. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Chris Robb, T11, 70-75-69=214 (-2)

Oct. 15-16

AutoTrader.com Collegiate Classic 4th of 16 292-298-291=881 (+29) Berkeley Hills Country Club; Duluth, Ga. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Steven Fox, T2, 71-73-68=212 (-2)

Oct. 27-28

Bridgestone Golf Collegiate 2nd of 13 289-282-294=865 (+1) Grandover Resort East Course; Greensboro, N.C. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Chris Robb, 1, 72-66-69=207 (-9)

Feb.. 22-24

Bayou City Collegiate Championship T5th of 15 290-290-295=875 (+11) Redstone Golf Club; Humble, Texas Top Chattanooga Finisher: Steven Fox, T18, 72-73-72=217 (+1)

Mar. 11-12

Tiger Invitational T5th of 15 298-301-302=901 (+37) Grand National Lake Course; Opelika, Ala. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Benni Weilguni, T3, 73-72-73=218 (+2)

Mar. 22-24

Furman Intercollegiate 7th of 21 290-294-297=881 (+17) Furman Golf Club; Greenville, S.C. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Davis Bunn, T18, 71-72-75=218 (+2)

April 1-2

BancorpSouth Intercollegiate 4th of 14 287-289-289=865 (+1) Reunion Golf & Country Club; Jackson, Miss. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Steven Fox, 2, 69-69-70=208 (-8)

event 1) Chris Robb 2) Chris Robb tie) Steven Fox 4) Chris Robb tie) Benni Weilguni tie) Michael Monroe tie) Chris Robb tie) Davis Bunn tie) Liam Johnston tie) Steven Fox tie) Davis Bunn tie) Steven Fox tie) Benni Weilguni

Apr. 21-23

Southern Conference Championship 1st of 11 298-290-296=884 (+20) Ralston Creek Course; Daniel Island, S.C. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Steven Fox, T2, 72-71-74=217 (+1)

Date FINAL 2012-13

May 17-19

NCAA Columbus Regional T9th of 13 304-294-291=889 (+37) Scarlet Course; Columbus, Ohio Top Chattanooga Finisher: Steven Fox, T22, 73-77-71=221 (+8)

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score 277 (-11) 282 (-6) 286 (-2) 287 (-1) 289 (+1) 289 (+1) 289 (+1) 290 (+2) 290 (+2) 290 (+2) 290 (+2)

round 3 2 2 1 1 2 3 1 2 1 2

Date 10/7 10/27 9/8 4/1 10/27 4/1 4/2 2/22 2/23 3/22 4/22

ToP 10 inDiViDual rounDs of 2012-13 score 66 (-6) 68 (-2) 68 (-3) 69 (-3) 69 (-3) 69 (-3) 69 (-3) 69 (-3) 69 (-3) 69 (-3) 69 (-3) 69 (-3) 69 (-3)

in THe rankinGs

round 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 2 2

event Bridgestone PING/Golfweek AutoTrader Brickyard Coll. Brickyard Coll. Brickyard Coll. Bridgestone Savannah Quarters Bayou City Coll. BancorpSouth Int. BancorpSouth Int. BancorpSouth Int. NCAA Columbus

Golfweek Golfstat Golf World 50 49 NA


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide 2012-13 StatiStiCal ReWind sTroke aVeraGes Team Score Individual Score (counters) Drop Score Low Counting Score High Counting Score First Round Team Second Round Team Final Round Team season rounds Steven Fox 30 Chris Robb 33 Davis Bunn 30 Liam Johnston 33 Benni Weilguni 30 Alex Ratliff 18 Kory Webb 14 Team 33

Course sTaTs

rds Total 33 9677 132 33 2616 33 2335 33 2514 11 3226 11 3224 11 3227

strokes 2175 2426 2229 2460 2266 1394 1102 9677

avg 72.50 73.52 74.30 74.55 75.53 77.44 78.71 293.24

avg 293.25 73.31 79.27 70.76 76.18 293.27 293.09 293.36 vs. Par +1.00 +1.88 +2.40 +2.91 +3.73 +5.78 +7.36 +6.70

Par 3 Holes Steven Fox 117 Chris Robb 132 Alex Ratliff 72 Kory Webb 56 Liam Johnston 132 Benni Weilguni 120 Davis Bunn 120 Team 528

strokes 359 423 232 181 427 394 394 1664

avg 3.07 3.20 3.22 3.23 3.25 3.28 3.28 3.15

vs. Par +8 +27 +16 +13 +31 +34 +34 +80

Par 4 Steven Fox Davis Bunn Chris Robb

strokes 1328 1265 1428

avg 4.14 4.17 4.18

vs. Par +44 +53 +60

Holes 321 303 342

Liam Johnston 342 Benni Weilguni 306 Alex Ratliff 186 Kory Webb 149 Team 1368 Par 5 Holes Steven Fox 102 Chris Robb 120 Davis Bunn 117 Liam Johnston 120 Benni Weilguni 114 Kory Webb 47 Alex Ratliff 63 Team 480

1446 1310 816 655 5720

4.23 4.28 4.39 4.40 4.18

+78 +86 +72 +59 +248

strokes avg 488 4.78 575 4.79 570 4.87 591 4.925 562 4.930 242 5.15 331 5.25 2293 4.78

vs. Par -22 -25 -15 -9 -8 +7 +16 -107

Team leaDers name 1) Steven Fox 2) Davis Bunn 3) Chris Robb 4) Benni Weilguni

Top 10s Top 5 3 3 3 1 2 1 2 0

Wins 0 0 1 0

Par/better rounds 1) Steven Fox 2) Davis Bunn tie) Chris Robb

rounds Total 30 16 30 10 33 11

Pct. 53.3 33.3 33.3

Counters 1) Steven Fox 2) Chris Robb tie) Liam Johnston

rounds Total 27 26 33 29 33 27

Pct. 96.3 87.9 81.8

eagles 1) Liam Johnston 2) Benni Weilguni tie) Davis Bunn

Per round Total 0.15 5 0.13 4 0.13 4

birdies 1) Steven Fox 2) Chris Robb 3) Davis Bunn

Per round Total 2.80 84 2.55 84 2.50 75

Pars 1) Steven Fox 2) Liam Johnston tie) Chris Robb

Per round Total 11.90 357 11.21 370 11.21 370

Par or better Holes 1) Steven Fox 2) Chris Robb 3) Davis Bunn Total

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Total Holes 397 540 417 596 371 540 1859 2376

Pct. .819 .771 .756 .782


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide 2012-13 StatiStiCal ReWind Others High 10 Tiger Invite Low 4 Bridgestone (Counting scores are included in the Highs/Lows)

season HiGH/loWs - rounD

Category no. round event Eagles High 3 3 Bridgestone Low 0 22 times MR: Columbus 3 Birdies High 20 3 Brickyard Collegiate Low 4 1 Columbus Reg. Pars High 54 2 times AutoTrader/NCAA Low 36 1 Tiger Invite Bogeys High 20 2 Preview Low 6 2 BancorpSouth Others High 4 8 times MR: BancorpSouth 2 Low 0 4 times MR: BancorpSouth 3 (Counting scores are included in the Highs/Lows) bogeys (fewest) 1) Steven Fox 2) Chris Robb 3) Davis Bunn

Per round Total 2.67 80 3.64 120 3.67 110

others (fewest) 1) Chris Robb 2) Steven Fox 3) Davis Bunn

Per round Total 0.48 16 0.60 18 0.73 22

TournamenT sTaTs - bY Hole

CounTers onlY Par 3 Carpet Capital Coll. +13 PING/Golfweek Preview +13 Brickyard Collegiate Champ. -5 AutoTrader.com Coll. Classic +8 Bridgestone Collegiate +4 Bayou City Collegiate +9 Tiger Invitational +20 Furman Intercollegiate +7 BancorpSouth Intercollegiate -5 SoCon Championship +5 NCAA Regional +11 Totals +80

Par 4 Par 5 Total +18 -20 +11 +36 +5 +54 +21 -13 +3 +28 -7 +29 +16 -19 +1 +7 -5 +11 +28 -11 +37 +17 -7 +17 +16 -10 +1 +33 -18 +20 +28 -2 +37 +248 -107 +221

BancorpSouth Intercollegiate 0/38 145 84.7% SoCon Championship 2/30 137 78.2% NCAA Regional 0/20 146 76.9% Totals 16/346 1497 78.2%

season HiGHs/loWs - TourneY

Category Eagles High Low Birdies High Low Pars High Low Bogeys High Low

no. event 6 Bridgestone 0 4 times, MR: NCAA Reg. 46 Brickyard Collegiate 20 Twice, Preview/NCAA 146 Columbus Reg. 123 Brickyard Collegiate 56 PING/Golfweek Prev. 27 BancorpSouth

TournamenT sTaTs - Par/beTTer

CounTers onlY eagles/birdies Carpet Capital Coll. 0/39 PING Golfweek Preview 0/20 Brickyard Collegiate Champ. 2/46 AutoTrader.com Coll. Classic 0/24 Bridgestone Collegiate 6/34 Bayou City Collegiate 1/35 Tiger Invitational 3/28 Furman Intercollegiate 2/32

ParsPar/bet% 136 81.0% 131 69.9% 123 79.2% 145 78.2% 133 80.1% 141 81.9% 125 72.2% 135 78.2%

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Eagles Round 2, Chris Robb, Bridgestone 2 Tourney 3, Chris Robb, Bridgestone Birdies Round 7, Chris Robb, Brickyard 3 Tourney13, C. Robb, Brickyard/B. Weilguni, Tiger Inv Pars Round 16, S. Fox, 3 times/C. Robb, SoCon 1 Tourney 45, Steven Fox, AutoTrader Bogeys (Fewest - 54 Hole Total) Round 0, 2 times, L. Johnston/S. Fox Tourney 2, Steven Fox, BancorpSouth Others (Fewest - 54 Hole Total) Round 0, 79 times, MR: 4 Student-Athletes, C’bus 3 Tourney 0, 6 times, MR: Steven Fox, BancorpSouth


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide 2012-13 touRnaMent ReSultS 4) Chattanooga 291-299-277 tie) Virginia Tech 291-286-290 6) Mercer 296-290-286 7) Augusta State 295-294-287 8) Oklahoma 299-286-293 9) Colorado State 293-293-296 10) Kansas 288-299-299 11) Georgia State 301-289-297 tie) Princeton 286-297-304 13) College of Charleston301-296-294 14) USF 300-300-294 15) Air Force 312-299-293 Mocs: T11) Chris Robb 70-75-69 T22) Benni Weilguni 77-72-69 T22) Michael Monroe 74-75-69 T35) Liam Johnston 74-77-70 T59) Davis Bunn 73-78-76 Chattanooga opened the season with a 7th-place finish at the Carpet Capital Collegiate. The team shot 292-286-297 for an 11-over par total of 875 beating the likes of Auburn (No. 8 in 2011-12), UNF (No. 10) and Georgia Tech (No. 11). Liam Johnston tied for 11th at -2 (214). Carpet Capital Collegiate sept.. 7-9 – The farm – rocky face, Ga. 1) Texas 293-266-292 851 (-13) 2) Georgia 278-284-294 856 (-8) 3) Alabama 284-289-292 865 (+1) 4) LSU 286-287-298 871 (+7) tie) Clemson 292-281-298 871 (+7) 6) Wake Forest 288-286-298 872 (+8) 7) Chattanooga 292-286-297875 (+11) 8) Tennessee 299-290-288 877 (+13) 9) UNF 291-288-300 879 (+15) 10) Kennesaw State 293-296-294 883 (+19) 11) South Carolina 296-296-294 886 (+22) tie) Georgia Tech 301-291-294 886 (+22) tie) North Carolina 291-293-302 886 (+22) 14) Auburn 289-290-311 890 (+26) 15) Middle Tennessee 292-315-296 903 (+39) Mocs: T11) Liam Johnston 70-70-74 214 (-2) T19) Steven Fox 71-74-74 219 (+3) T23) Chris Robb 76-70-74 220 (+4) T31) Alex Ratliff 75-72-75 222 (+6) 73) Davis Bunn 77-76-80 233 (+17) UTC squared off against possibly the toughest field in college golf in 2012-13 finishing 15th at the PING/Golfweek Preview. Fourteen of the 15 teams (including Chattanooga at No. 24) ranked in Golfweek’s preseason top 25. Chris robb led the team tying for 30th shooting 68, 74 and 74 (216, +6) at the Capital City Club, the 2013 NCAA Championship venue.

PinG/Golfweek Preview sept.. 23-25 – Capital City Club Crabapple – alpharetta, Ga. 1) Georgia Tech 287-282-276 845 (+5) tie) Cal 289-280-276 845 (+5) 3) Texas 290-283-280 853 (+13) tie) UNLV 281-286-286 853 (+13) 5) UCLA 282-284-288 854 (+14) tie) Washington 289-282-283 854 (+14) 7) New Mexico 287-284-286 857 (+17) 8) Georgia 288-291-280 859 (+19) 9) Alabama 294-284-283 861 (+21) tie) San Diego State 287-288-286 861 (+21) 11) Arkansas 288-292-289 869 (+29) tie) Kent State 290-290-289 869 (+29) 13) Texas A&M 294-280-296 870 (+30) 14) Florida State 290-292-291 873 (+33) 15) Chattanooga 295-301-298 894 (+54) Mocs: T30) Chris Robb 68-74-74 216 (+6) T39) Steven Fox 73-75-70 218 (+8) T59) Liam Johnston 73-73-76 222 (+12) 74) Alex Ratliff 81-79-78 238 (+28) 75) Kory Webb 81-80-83 244 (+34) The Mocs fired a final round 277 (-11) to surge into a tie for fourth with Virginia Tech at the Brickyard Collegiate Championship. UTC shot 291, 299 and 277 for a 54-hole total of plus three (867). The final round tally of 277 came with three 69s and a 70. Chris robb tied for 11th at two-under 214 (70-75-69). brickyard Collegiate oct. 5-7 - brickyard at riverside - macon, Ga. 1) No. 4 Georgia 280-288-279 847 (-17) 2) No. 15 Georgia Tech 289-290-283 862 (-2) 3) North Florida 283-299-283 865 (+1)

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867 (+3) 867 (+3) 872 (+8) 876 (+12) 878 (+14) 882 (+18) 886 (+22) 887 (+23) 887 (+23) 891 (+27) 894 (+30) 904 (+40) 214 (-2) 218 (+2) 218 (+2) 221 (+5) 227 (+11)

UTC ended up fourth at the AutoTrader.com Collegiate. The Mocs beat No. 7 Georgia among others. Steven Fox led three in the top 20 tying for second at one-under par 214 (71-73-68). autoTrader.com Collegiate Championship oct. 15-16 – berkeley Hills C.C. – Duluth, Ga. 1) Georgia Southern 283-286-290 859 (+7) 2) Georgia State 282-299-285 866 (+14) 3) Mercer 292-293-289 874 (+22) 4) Chattanooga 292-298-291 881 (+29) 5) Winthrop 294-293-298 885 (+33) 6) No. 7 Georgia 291-303-294 888 (+36) 7) South Carolina 294-301-294 889 (+37) tie) Kennesaw State 299-296-294 889 (+37) 9) UNCG 295-297-305 897 (+45) 10) USC-Aiken 304-312-290 906 (+54) tie) Furman 303-306-297 906 (+54) 12) VCU 300-307-303 910 (+58) 13) Towson 302-304-309 915 (+63) 14) Jacksonville 304-316-300 919 (+67) 15) Wisconsin 308-311-307 926 (+74) 16) Old Dominion 318-312-298 928 (+76) Mocs: T2) Steven Fox 71-73-68 212 (-1) T11) Chris Robb 73-72-74 219 (+6) T17) Liam Johnston 71-76-73 220 (+7) T67) Michael Monroe 77-80-76 233 (+20) T72) Benni Weilguni 77-77-81 235 (+22) T79) Kory Webb (Ind.) 80-76-84 240 (+28)


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide 2012-13 touRnaMent ReSultS

Chris robb won his second collegiate title leading the Mocs to a second-place finish at the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate. Robb shot -7 (72-66-69) to win by one over Axel Boasson of Mississippi State. MSU topped UTC by four for the team crown. bridgestone Golf Collegiate oct. 27-28 – Grandover resort east Course – Greensboro, n.C. 1) Mississippi State 286-286-289 861 (-3) 2) Chattanooga 289-282-294 865 (+1) 3) Iowa State 287-287-292 866 (+2) 4) Ole Miss 292-292-302 886 (+22) tie) Virginia Tech 288-298-300 886 (+22) tie) N.C. State 289-297-300 886 (+22) 7) Purdue 295-297-296 888 (+24) 8) Georgia State 304-291-295 890 (+26) tie) Maryland 293-299-298 890 (+26) 10) VCU 300-293-298 891 (+27) 11) UNCG 297-290-311 898 (+34) 12) Eastern Michigan 305-300-300 905 (+41) 13) Boston College 300-301-305 906 (+42) Mocs: 1) Chris robb 72-66-69 207 (-9) T10) Steven Fox 72-74-73 219 (+3) T25) Benni Weilguni 72-71-79 222 (+6) T39) Michael Monroe 73-71-81 225 (+9) T39) Liam Johnston 73-79-73 225 (+9)

2) Houston 3) South Carolina 4) Louisiana Tech 5) Chattanooga tie) Baylor 7) Charlotte 8) East Carolina 9) Lamar 10) UTSA 11) Houston Baptist 12) Indiana 13) UT Arlington tie) New Mexico State 15) Rice Mocs: T18) Steven Fox T22) Davis Bunn T25) Liam Johnston T46) Chris Robb 76) Benni Weilguni

294-282-287 294-286-291 291-287-296 290-290-295 286-286-303 289-285-304 290-295-295 295-292-294 292-296-295 294-296-302 296-297-300 290-299-307 299-289-308 309-301-307

863 (-1) 871 (+7) 874 (+10) 875 (+11) 875 (+11) 878 (+14) 880 (+16) 881 (+17) 883 (+19) 892 (+28) 893 (+29) 896 (+32) 896 (+32) 917 (+53)

72-73-72 73-72-73 69-71-79 77-74-72 76-80-78

217 (+1) 218 (+2) 219 (+3) 223 (+7) 234 (+18)

UTC tied for fifth at the Tiger Invitational at the Grand National Lake Course in Opelika, Ala. Benni Weilguni led the Mocs charge with a season-best tie for third shooting two-over par 218 (73-72-73). Tiger invitational march 11-12 – Grand national lake Course – opelika, ala. 1) Mississippi State 292-300-297 889 (+25) 2) Memphis 296-302-298 896 (+32) 3) No. 21 Auburn 301-294-304 899 (+35) 4) South Alabama 301-300-299 900 (+36) 5) Chattanooga 298-301-302 901 (+37) tie) Kentucky 307-297-297 901 (+37) tie) Houston 301-299-301 901 (+37) 8) Kennesaw State 293-312-297 902 (+38)

Chattanooga ended up tied for fifth with Baylor at the Bayou City Collegiate in Humble, Texas. The squad shot 290-290-295 for an 875 total led by Steven Fox’s tie for 18th finish at plus one (72-73-72=217). bayou City Collegiate Championship feb.. 22-24 – redstone Golf Club Tournament Course – Humble, Texas 1) No. 3 Texas 285-274-283 842 (-22)

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tie) No. 24 Wake Forest 10) East Carolina 11) North Carolina 12) Charlotte 13) Samford 14) Yale 15) Troy Mocs: T3) Benni Weilguni T10) Chris Robb T41) Davis Bunn T53) Liam Johnston T63) Steven Fox

293-303-306 290-309-305 299-312-298 295-309-306 310-309-308 308-313-312 313-312-312

902 (+38) 904 (+40) 909 (+45) 910 (+46) 927 (+63) 933 (+69) 937 (+73)

73-72-73 72-76-75 76-79-75 80-75-79 77-78-81

218 (+2) 223 (+7) 230 (+14) 234 (+18) 236 (+20)

Chattanooga ended up seventh at the Furman Intercollegiate shooting 881. Davis Bunn led the way tying for 18th at two-over par 218. furman intercollegiate march 22-24 – furman university Golf Course – Greenville, s.C. 1) Virginia Tech 280-286-277 843 (-21) 2) No. 17 UNF 284-286-292 862 (-2) 3) Troy 293-286-294 873 (+9) 4) Samford 297-289-291 877 (+13) 5) Iowa State 292-290-297 879 (+15) 6) Western Carolina 287-289-304 880 (+16) 7) Chattanooga 290-294-297 881 (+17) 8) Georgia State 298-292-295 885 (+21) 9) Gardner-Webb 294-296-296 886 (+22) 10) Purdue 293-290-305 888 (+24) 11) East Tennessee State295-295-299 889 (+25) tie) Winthrop 285-297-307 889 (+25) 13) Charleston Southern306-288-297 891 (+27) 14) Akron 302-290-306 898 (+34) 15) Presbyterian 304-298-301 903 (+39) 312-296-300 908 (+44) 16) Temple


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide 2012-13 touRnaMent ReSultS tie) Samford 9) Furman 10) Western Carolina 11) Wofford Mocs: T2) Steven Fox 6) Davis Bunn T10) Chris Robb 20) Liam Johnston T45) Benni Weilguni

tie) Furman 18) Wofford 19) Dartmouth 20) Francis Marion 21) Marshall Mocs: T18) Davis Bunn T24) Benni Weilguni T33) Liam Johnston T85) Alex Ratliff T92) Chris Robb

305-298-305 296-306-309 307-297-312 304-306-307 310-298-314

908 (+44) 911 (+47) 916 (+52) 918 (+54) 924 (+58)

71-72-75 72-74-74 73-75-74 74-85-74 78-73-84

218 (+2) 220 (+4) 222 (+6) 233 (+17) 235 (+19)

The Mocs finished fourth with a season-low tying one-over par total of 865. Steven Fox shot -8 to end up second, while Davis Bunn tied for sixth at -5, 211. bancorpsouth intercollegiate april 1-2 – reunion Golf & Country Club - madison, miss. 1) Mississippi State 281-279-286 846 (-18) 2) Central Arkansas 287-288-286 861 (-3) 3) Southeastern Louisiana288-286-290 864 (E) 4) Chattanooga 287-289-289 865 (+1) 5) Southern Miss 298-292-292 882 (+18) 6) Middle Tennessee 299-291-294 884 (+20) 7) Texas State 301-291-296 888 (+24) 8) Ole Miss 284-301-306 891 (+27) 9) Troy 295-303-294 892 (+28) tie) UNCG 305-297-290 892 (+28) 11) Louisiana Tech 301-303-292 896 (+32) 12) UMKC 301-295-303 899 (+35) 13) Western Kentucky 302-300-309 911 (+47) 14) Jackson State 320-312-310 942 (+78) Mocs: 2) Steven Fox 69-69-70 208 (-8) T6) Davis Bunn 69-71-71 211 (-5) T14) Chris Robb 77-71-71 219 (+3)

314-298-302 320-309-292 324-304-304 332-305-300

914 (+50) 921 (+57) 932 (+68) 937 (+73)

72-71-74 77-72-71 74-76-74 80-71-77 75-77-87

217 (+1) 220 (+4) 224 (+8) 228 (+12) 239 (+23)

The Mocs ended their season tying for ninth at the NCAA Columbus Regional. The 54-hole total of 889 was matched by Charlotte. Steven Fox was low tying for 22nd shooting 73, 77 and 71 for an eight-over par total of 221. n Columbus regional nCaa m 16-18 – scarlet Course – Columbus, ohio may 1) No. 5 New Mexico 294-293-283 870 (+18) Carolina 2) No. 20 South Carolina288-296-288 872 (+20) T54) Benni Weilguni 74-78-77 229 (+13) tie) No. 18 Auburn 293-293-286 872 (+20) T59) Liam Johnston 75-78-78 231 (+15) 4) UNLV 292-292-294 878 (+26) 73) Alex Ratliff (Ind.) 89-76-78 243 (+27) 5) Texas Tech 299-288-292 879 (+27) 6) Virginia 303-294-285 882 (+30) UTC won its second straight Southern Conference Champi7) No. 8 Stanford 291-295-298 884 (+32) onship by two over Davidson. The Mocs shot 884 with 8) Missouri 294-301-291 886 (+34) three - Steven Fox (T2), Davis Bunn (6) & Chris Robb 9) Chattanooga 304-294-291 889 (+37) (T10) - finishing in the top 10. tie) Charlotte 287-309-293 889 (+37) southern Conference Championship 11) San Francisco 297-299-297 893 (+41) april 21-23 – ralston Creek Course – Daniel 12) Georgia Southern 298-308-309 915 (+63) island, s.C. 13) Valparaiso 309-308-310 927 (+75) 1) Chattanooga 298-290-296 884 (+20) Mocs: 2) Davidson 297-294-295 886 (+22) T22) Steven Fox 73-77-71 221 (+6) 3) College of Charleston 309-291-298 898 (+34) T37) Liam Johnston 74-78-72 224 (+9) 4) Appalachian State 305-298-303 906 (+42) T48) Chris Robb 79-72-75 226 (+11) 5) Georgia Southern 315-293-301 909 (+45) T51) Davis Bunn 78-76-73 227 (+12) tie) UNCG 315-298-296 909 (+45) T55) Benni Weilguni 83-69-76 228 (+13) 7) Elon 312-295-307 914 (+50)

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | letteRWinneRS name Abney, Lee Allwood, Robin Arter, Zeke Balthrop, Richie Bamber, Nick Beeler, Matt Bennett, David Bennett, Mike Blakley, Nick Bohannon, Lee Brock, Matt Brock, Mitch bunn, Davis Burris, Andy Byrd, Chris Cantrell, Lee Carpenter, Guy Carter, Justin Clendenin, J.T. Collins, David Connolly, Neil Cooper, Sam Cowart, Mark Craig, Mike Crawford, Tim Darby, Oliver Davies, Michael Davis, Louis Denton, Brad Drew, Haydn Duke, Spencer Eberle, Rick Elliott, Tommy Elliott, Tyson Ferguson, Gary Findley, Victor

Years T’ment 1983 1 1996-97 8 1998, 2000 8 1985-88 36 2001-02 14 1994 1 1985-86 3 1979 3 2007-08 1 1984-85 3 2001-04 33 2004-07 30 2011-current 28 2003-04 8 1980-82 14 1989-92 17 1979 1 2003 3 2008-10 25 1978 1 1990-93 45 2000 1 1981 1 1991-92 7 1981-82 9 1996 2 1994-95 3 1980 1 1985, ‘87 14 1994-95 16 1991 3 1979, ‘82 3 1979 2 2003-06 21 2003-06 22 1988-89 18

rds 3 24 21 99 41 3 8 7 3 9 89 84 84 21 38 43 3 7 71 1 118 3 3 16 24 6 7 3 38 39 7 6 5 57 61 47

strokes 247 1829 1575 7738 3139 230 714 570 232 796 6697 6357 6265 1605 2908 3476 212 537 5297 85 8880 246 249 1313 1932 488 559 248 3119 3010 596 479 414 4367 4660 3676

Neil Connolly (‘93) was inducted into the UTC Athletic Hall of Fame in 2013.

avg 82.33 76.21 75.00 78.16 76.56 76.67 89.25 81.43 77.33 88.44 75.25 75.68 74.58 76.43 76.53 80.84 70.67 76.71 74.61 85.00 75.25 82.00 83.00 82.06 80.50 81.33 79.86 82.67 82.08 77.18 85.14 79.83 82.80 76.61 76.39 78.21

Steven Fox (‘13, center) captured the 2012 United States Amateur at Cherry Hills C.C. name Years T’ment rds strokes avg Fisher, Keith 1980 2 5 419 83.80 Fletcher, Jeff 1988 2 6 505 84.17 Flodder, Kyle 2000 2 5 384 76.80 Forsman, Eric 2008-09 5 13 961 73.92 Forsslund, Simon 2010-11 7 20 1535 76.75 Fox, Steven 2010-13 45 133 9723 73.11 Fritsch, Stephen 2004-05 18 49 3700 75.51 Futerman, Roger 1990-93 30 77 6068 78.81 Gerdes, Lee 1986-89 38 102 7781 76.28 Geren, Toby 1999-02 32 87 6585 75.69 Gill, Dustin 1996 7 19 1520 80.00 Green, Donnie 1978-79 16 33 2517 76.27 Greeson, Jeffrey 2000 8 20 1576 78.80 Guess, Phillip 1989 8 22 1722 78.27 Hardy, James 2001 2 5 411 82.20 Harris, Tripp 2006, ‘08-10 21 57 4347 76.26 Hartman, Harry 1992-95 34 92 7130 77.50 Hayes, Buddy 1994 1 2 162 81.00 Hayes, James 1994 1 3 242 80.67 Heath, Brian 1979-82 21 55 4302 78.22 Henley, Kip 1979-82 16 38 2987 78.61 Hill, Tyler 1996 7 18 1408 78.22 Hodge, Jonathan 2006-09 51 148 10816 73.08 Hodges, Michael 1995-96 5 15 1180 78.67 Horner, Tony 1987 1 2 174 87.00 Hughes, Joey 1983-86 23 65 5186 79.78 Hyder, Kurt 1981-84 17 46 3657 79.50 Jabaley, Chris 1992 1 3 251 83.67 Jacobs, Jim 1992 3 8 677 84.63 Jaeger, Stephan 2009-12 46 135 9733 72.10 Jaworski, Zachary 2005 5 12 905 75.42 Johnson, Audie 1981 1 3 229 76.33 Johnston, liam 2012-current 20 60 4485 74.75 Keener, Hudson 2009 4 12 891 74.25 Kessler, Eddie 1979-80 3 7 541 77.29 Kessler, Freddy 1979-81 5 14 1104 78.86

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | letteRWinneRS name Knudson, Erik Lackey, Brian Land, Billy Landfried, Eric Lanter, Jeff Lawter, Greg Ledford, Bryce Lockhart, Jackson Loftin, Casey Loftis, Jeremy Long, Chuck Lord, Gareth Mahoney, Brent Mahoney, Ryan Mankin, Rocky Maples, Ken Mathis, Matt McCall, Rick McKenna, David McKenna, Tommy McLargin, Scott McMurray, Scott Meade, Joe Millican, Brian Monroe, Michael Moore, Tim Muller, Jim Nastase, Nicu Neff, Tyler Nelms, Porter Nicolas, Francois O’Guin, Buddy Oloffson, Per Owens, Ryan Patrick, Mike Patton, Zeb Qvicker, Fredrik Raines, Bryan Ramirez, Jose Ratliff, Alex Reale, Anthony Reed, Matthew Reeve, Marshall Rende, Derek Rhatigan, Nathan Rickett, Ben robb, Chris Rogers, Michael Rose, Brad Ross, Mark Sachse, Billy Schmidt, Chris Scott, Neil

Years T’ment rds strokes 1996-97 9 27 2079 1996 2 5 405 2000, ‘03 2 6 484 1981-84 18 49 3793 1984-85 6 17 1368 1981 1 3 237 2004-07 44 127 9406 2011 2 6 460 1999-00 7 18 1414 2000 2 5 400 1980-84 18 48 3756 1993-95 15 39 3043 2001-03 7 19 1538 1996-98 4 12 985 2000-03 37 97 7429 1989-90 14 36 2824 1998-99 7 20 1558 1990-91 4 10 904 1978-80 21 48 3737 1978-80 20 45 3472 1989-90 6 16 1331 1988-89 5 12 923 1986 1 2 167 1987-90 22 56 4349 2013 3 9 676 1986-87 14 38 3028 1978 5 10 788 1996-99 21 58 4501 2007-08 8 24 1798 1987-89 9 24 1894 1997 9 26 1979 1978 1 1 78 2001-02 6 17 1307 2000-03 29 76 5969 1978 5 10 787 1984-86 12 35 2858 2007-10 48 137 10135 1993-96 26 71 5530 2003 2 5 376 2010-13 15 44 3382 2005-06 14 39 2950 2003 1 3 238 1978, ‘80 4 10 824 2007-10 47 134 9793 2001, ‘03 10 26 2044 2006-09 39 116 8545 2011-current 33 99 7331 1998-99 21 59 4437 1992-95 21 53 4209 1984-85, ‘87 9 27 2322 1978-79 2 4 333 1987-88 11 29 2223 2000 3 8 681

avg 77.00 81.00 80.67 77.41 80.47 79.00 74.06 76.67 78.56 80.00 78.25 78.03 80.95 82.08 76.59 78.44 77.90 90.40 77.85 77.16 83.19 76.92 83.50 77.66 75.11 79.68 78.80 77.60 74.92 78.92 76.12 78.00 76.88 78.54 78.70 81.66 73.98 77.89 75.20 76.86 75.64 79.33 82.40 73.08 78.62 73.66 74.05 75.20 79.42 86.00 83.25 76.66 85.13

name Shealy, Jimmy Shinn, Michael Simmons, Jesse Smith, Mickey Smith, Steve Smith, Thomas Smith, Wayne Souther, Matt Stiffel, Andy Strother, Gordon Tait, Robert Towers, Bill Turpen, Tim Tuttle, Tim van de Griff, James Vick, Matt Vick, Scott Vickers, Tim Webb, kory Weilguni, benni Weller, Gary Welsh, Mark White, Justin Wilson, Brendan Wilson, Jacob Wood, Daniel Woolfall, Wayne

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Ben Rickett (‘09) served as caddie for Steven Fox (‘13) at the Masters. Years T’ment rds strokes avg 1979-81 8 17 1356 79.76 2003 1 3 239 79.67 1979-80 6 13 1042 80.15 1983-85 15 42 3284 78.19 1996-99 25 72 5512 76.56 2004-05 20 56 4202 75.04 1984 1 2 161 80.50 1997 1 3 281 93.67 1996-99 35 100 7693 76.92 2005-06 21 60 4507 75.12 1990-93 35 91 7501 82.43 1984-86 10 28 2239 79.96 1994-95 19 49 3775 77.04 1981 1 3 247 82.33 1994-97 31 88 6684 75.95 1998-99 9 26 2056 79.08 2005-06 10 28 2152 76.86 2001-02 9 26 2039 78.42 2013-current 5 14 1102 78.71 2011-current 28 84 6289 74.87 1979-82 16 45 3497 77.71 2003 1 3 226 75.33 1998 1 3 249 83.00 1998-99 23 65 4774 73.45 1999-02 27 73 5591 76.59 2007 2 6 473 78.83 1986-88, ‘90 42 111 8539 76.93


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | teaM & indiVidual ReCoRdS Team Vs. Par

Year 2007-08 2010-11 2011-12 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10 2012-13 2005-06 2004-05

Team Wins

The 2008-09 squad set a school record with a 22-under par final round score in winning the 2008 Aldila Scenic City Invite.

loW rounDs - Team

Tournament round score 2008 Aldila Scenic City Invitational 3 266 2007 Scenic City Invitational 1 272 2009 Administaff ASU Invitational 1 273 2008 Aldila Scenic City Invitational 2 275 2007 Scenic City Invitational 2 275 2010 Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate 2 277 2010 Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate 2 277 2007 USA Spring Golf Classic 2 277 2005 Re/Max UTC Fall Classic 1 277 2004 F&M Bank APSU Intercollegiate 2 277 2012 Brickyard Collegiate 3 277

loW rounDs - Vs. Par

Tournament round score Vs. Par 2008 Aldila Scenic City Invitational 3 266 -22 2009 Administaff ASU Invitational 1 273 -15 2008 Aldila Scenic City Invitational 2 275 -13 2007 Scenic City Invitational 1 272 -12 2012 Brickyard Collegiate 3 277 -11 2007 USA Spring Golf Classic 2 277 -11 2004-05 F&M Bank APSU Inter. 2 277 -11 2008 Aldila Scenic City Invitational 1 278 -10 2008 Linger Longer Invitational 1 278 -10 2007 Scenic City Invitational 2 275 -9 2009 SoCon Championship 1 279 -9 2007 VCU Shootout 1 279 -9 2011 Golfweek Conference Chall. 1 279 -9 2011 AutoTrader.com Collegiate 3 279 -9

loW 54-Hole sCore - Team

Tournament 2008 Aldila Scenic City Invitational

score Vs. Par 819 -45

2007 Scenic City Invitational 2005 RE/Max-UTC Fall Classic 2003-04 Sonic/Chattanooga Inter. 2009 Administaff ASU Invitational 2007 Coca-Cola Duke Golf Classic 2007 USA Spring Golf Classic 2007 VCU Shootout 2008 Cleveland Golf Palmetto Inter. 2009 SunTrust Gator Invitational

829 837 839 841 842 847 849 850 851

-23 -15 -13 -23 -22 -17 -15 +10 +11

loW 36-Hole sCore - Team

Tournament score Vs. Par 2007 Scenic City Invitational 547 -21 2008 Aldila Scenic City Invitational 553 -23 2005 RE/Max-UTC Fall Classic 556 -12 2003-04 Sonic/Chattanooga Inter. 557 -11 2009 Administaff ASU Invitational 559 -17 2007 Coca-Cola Duke Golf Classic 562 -14 2010 Cleveland Golf Palmetto Inter. 562 +2 2008 Bank of America Intercollegiate 563 -13 2008 NCAA East Regional 563 -5 2009 Aldila Scenic City Invitational 564 -12

Team sCorinG aVeraGe

Year 2007-08 2010-11 2008-09 2011-12 2009-10 2006-07 2012-13 2005-06 2003-04 2004-05

rounds (min. 30) 37 33 35 36 34 37 33 36 30 37

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Year 2007-08 2006-07 2008-09 2011-12 2004-05 2000-01 1986-87 2012-13 2009-10 2007-08 2005-06 1989-90 1987-88 1983-84 1979-80

rounds avg 37 0.24 33 2.94 36 4.81 37 5.11 35 5.63 34 5.97 33 6.70 36 8.69 33.5 10.99

Coach T’ment Mark Guhne 13 Mark Guhne 13 Mark Guhne 12 Mark Guhne 12 Mark Guhne 12 Reed Sanderlin 11 Reed Sanderlin 13 Mark Guhne 11 Mark Guhne 12 Mark Guhne 13 Mark Guhne 12 Reed Sanderlin 13 Reed Sanderlin 12 Reed Sanderlin Reed Sanderlin

Par or beTTer rounDs

Year 2007-08 2010-11 2006-07 2008-09 2011-12 2009-10

rounds 37 33 37 35 36 34

P/b 18 13 13 12 11 10

Rounds Played: 37, 2006-07 & 2007-08

loW rounDs - inDiViDual

avg 286.84 289.95 291.23 291.81 291.97 293.11 293.24 296.03 298.20 298.65

Wins 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

name Tournament round score Fredrik Qvicker 2008 Scenic City 3 62 (-10) Derek Rende 2007 USA Spring 2 63 (-9) Tripp Harris 2008 Scenic City 3 64 (-8) Steven Fox 2012 NCAA Regional 2 64 (-8) Tripp Harris 2007 Scenic City 1 64 (-7) Tim Vickers 2001 Chattanooga Int. 2 64 (-7) Stephan Jaeger 2008 Scenic City 3 65 (-7) Brendon Wilson1998 Mizuno Peach St. 2 65 (-7)


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | teaM & indiVidual ReCoRdS Stephan Jaeger • 2009-12

• • Jaeger holds career records for wins (4), career scoring avg (72.10), par/better rounds (69), rounds in 60s (29) & finish pct (78.5%) with season marks for scoring (71.14), par/better rounds (22), rounds in 60’s (13) & (22), finish pct (87.5%), tying for wins (3, Jonathan Hodge). wins

Brendon Wilson Ben Rickett Fredrik Qvicker Chris robb Bryce Ledford

1998-99 2006-09 2007-10 2011-present 2004-07

• 2012 1st Team All-American, NCAA Regional Champ & SoCon Champ. • 3-time SoCon Golfer of the Year, 4-time All-SoCon & PING All-Region.

Career Wins

name Tournament score Stephan Jaeger 2012 NCAA Regional 203 Jonathan Hodge 2007 Coca-Cola Duke 204 Derek Rende 2007 USA Spring 204 Ben Rickett 2008 Scenic City 205 Brendon Wilson 1998-99 Amedisys 205 Derek Rende 2009 Administaff ASU 206 Stephan Jaeger 2008 Scenic City 206 Jonathan Hodge 2007 VCU Shootout 206 Ben Rickett 2007 Scenic City 206 Bryce Ledford 2005 Re/Max UTC Fall 206 Tripp Harris 2005 Buff. Rock/Southern 206

Par -13 -12 -12 -11 -8 -10 -10 -10 -7 -7 -7

loW 36-Hole sCore - inDiViDual

name Tournament score Brendon Wilson 1998 Amedisys 133 Tripp Harris 2007 Scenic City 133 Derek Rende 2007 USA Spring 134 Chris Robb 2009 SpringHill Suites 135 Derek Rende 2009 Administaff ASU 135 Bryce Ledford 2003 Sonic/Chatt. Int. 135 Jonathan Hodge 2005 Mid Pines 136 Ben Rickett 2005 Buff. Rock/Southern 136 Jonathan Hodge 2005 Re/Max UTC Fall 136 Bryce Ledford 2004 Mission Inn 136 Patrick Gibson 2003 Sonic/Chatt.Int. 136 Stephan Jaeger 2011 Golfweek Conf. 136

Par -9 -9 -10 -9 -9 -7 -8 -6 -6 -6 -6 -8

Career sCorinG aVeraGe

(min. 45 rounds) name Stephan Jaeger Jonathan Hodge Derek Rende Steven Fox

Years rounds avg 2009-12 135 72.10 2006-09 148 73.07 2007-10 134 73.07 2010-13 133 73.11

73.45 73.66 73.98 74.05 74.06

Years rounds 2009-12 135 2006-09 148 2007-10 134 2010-13 133 1998-99 65

avg 0.51 1.36 1.41 1.49 1.86

Career Vs. Par

(min. 45 rounds) name Stephan Jaeger Jonathan Hodge Derek Rende Steven Fox Brendon Wilson

loW 54-Hole sCore - inDiViDual

65 93 137 99 127

name Stephan Jaeger Jonathan Hodge Bryce Ledford Chris robb Wayne Woolfall Matt Brock Steven Fox Derek Rende Brendan Wilson Michael Rogers Donnie Green Lee Gerdes Per Olofsson Richie Balthrop Mickey Smith Chuck Long

Years T’ments Wins 2009-12 46 4 2006-09 51 3 2004-07 44 3 2011-present 33 2 1986-88, ‘90 42 2 2001-04 33 1 2010-13 45 1 2007-10 47 1 1998-99 23 1 1998-99 21 1 1977-78 16 1 1986-89 38 1 2001-02 6 1 1985-88 36 1 1983-85 15 1 1980-84 18 1

Jonathan Hodge • 2006-09

• Shot under par for the 2007-08 season in setting the record for scoring average at 71.41 strokes per round.

• Also owns school records for wins in a season (3), par or better rounds for a career (64) and season (21) and rounds played in a season (38) and career (148). • 2008 2nd team NGCA All-American, 2-time SoCon Golfer of the Year, 3-time All-SoCon, PING All-Region Once.

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Career ToP 5’s

name Jonathan Hodge Stephan Jaeger Neil Connolly Bryce Ledford Steven Fox Matt Brock Derek Rende Brendan Wilson Lee Gerdes Wayne Woolfall Ben Rickett

Year T’ments Top 5 2006-09 51 17 2009-12 46 15 1990-93 45 12 2004-07 44 10 2010-13 45 8 2001-04 33 8 2007-10 47 7 1998-99 23 6 1986-89 38 6 1986-88, ‘90 42 5 2006-09 39 5

Career ToP 10’s

name Jonathan Hodge Stephan Jaeger Neil Connolly Bryce Ledford Steven Fox Matt Brock Derek Rende Brendan Wilson Lee Gerdes Wayne Woolfall Ben Rickett

Year T’ments Top 10 2006-09 51 20 2009-12 46 19 1990-93 45 16 2004-07 44 15 2010-13 45 13 2001-04 33 12 2007-10 47 12 1998-99 23 10 1986-89 38 10 1986-88, ‘90 42 10 2006-09 39 10

Career Par or beTTer rounDs

name Stephan Jaeger Jonathan Hodge Derek Rende Steven Fox Fredrik Qvicker Bryce Ledford Ben Rickett Chris robb Brendan Wilson benni Weilguni

Years rounds 2009-12 135 2006-09 148 2007-10 134 2010-13 133 2007-10 137 2004-07 127 2006-09 116 2011-present 99 1998-99 65 2011-present 84

P/b 69 64 54 52 47 42 39 28 24 24

Career TournamenTs PlaYeD

name Jonathan Hodge Fredrik Qvicker Derek Rende Stephan Jaeger Neil Connolly Steven Fox Bryce Ledford Wayne Woolfall Ben Rickett Lee Gerdes

Years rounds 2006-09 51 2007-10 48 2007-10 47 2009-12 46 1990-93 45 2010-13 45 2004-07 44 1986-88, ‘90 42 2006-09 39 1986-89 38


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | teaM & indiVidual ReCoRdS Career rounDs PlaYeD

name Jonathan Hodge Fredrik Qvicker Stephan Jaeger Derek Rende Steven Fox Bryce Ledford Neil Connolly Ben Rickett Wayne Woolfall Lee Gerdes

Years rounds 2006-09 148 2007-10 137 2009-12 135 2007-10 134 2010-13 133 2004-07 127 1990-93 118 2006-09 116 1986-88, ‘90 111 1986-89 102

Career CounTinG sCores

name Jonathan Hodge Stephan Jaeger Derek Rende Steven Fox Fredrik Qvicker best Percentage Stephan Jaeger

Steven Fox Jonathan Hodge Steven Fox Ben Rickett

season Vs. Par

Years Counters 2006-09 129 2009-12 127 2007-10 119 2010-13 114 2007-10 114

Pct. .890 .941 .908 .885 .832

2009-12

.941

127

season sCorinG aVeraGe

name Stephan Jaeger Jonathan Hodge Stephan Jaeger Derek Rende Stephan Jaeger Fredrik Qvicker

Year rounds avg 2011-12 36 71.14 2007-08 37 71.41 2010-11 30 71.67 2007-08 37 72.16 2009-10 34 72.38 2007-08 34 72.50

name Stephan Jaeger Jonathan Hodge Stephan Jaeger Derek Rende Jonathan Hodge Stephan Jaeger Fredrik Qvicker Steven Fox Steven Fox Ben Rickett

season Wins

name Stephan Jaeger Jonathan Hodge Bryce Ledford Donnie Green Per Olofsson Matt Brock Stephan Jaeger Chris robb Chris robb Derek Rende Bryce Ledford Mike Rogers Steven Fox Brendon Wilson Mickey Smith Chuck Long Richie Balthrop Lee Gerdes Wayne Woolfall Wayne Woolfall

season ToP 5’s

name Stephan Jaeger Jonathan Hodge Jonathan Hodge Jonathan Hodge Neil Connolly Neil Connolly Tripp Harris Matt Brock Several tied with 3

2012-13 2006-07 2011-12 2007-08

30 37 36 36

72.50 72.70 72.89 72.89

Year rounds avg 2011-12 36 -0.61 2007-08 37 -0.24 2010-11 30 -0.03 2007-08 37 0.49 2006-07 37 0.70 2009-10 34 0.88 2007-08 34 0.88 2012-13 30 1.00 2011-12 35 1.14 2007-08 36 1.22

Year T’ments Wins 2011-12 12 3 2007-08 13 3 2004-05 11 2 1977-78 5 1 2000-01 4 1 2002-03 11 1 2010-11 10 1 2012-13 11 1 2010-11 11 1 2006-07 11 1 2005-06 11 1 1998-99 11 1 2009-10 12 1 1998-99 12 1 1983-84 7 1 1983-84 2 1 1986-87 11 1 1987-88 11 1 1986-87 11 1 1989-90 11 1

Year T’ments Top 5 2011-12 12 6 2007-08 13 6 2006-07 13 5 2005-06 12 5 1991-92 12 4 1992-93 11 4 2005-06 11 4 2003-04 11 4

Derek Rende (right) was the Mocs’ first four-time All-SoCon selection.

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season ToP 10’s

name Stephan Jaeger Jonathan Hodge Matt Brock Jonathan Hodge Neil Connolly Neil Connolly Fredrik Qvicker Several tied with 5

Year T’ments Top 10 2011-12 12 8 2006-07 13 7 2003-04 11 7 2007-08 13 6 1991-92 12 6 1992-93 11 6 2007-08 12 6

season Par or beTTer rounDs

name Stephan Jaeger Jonathan Hodge Stephan Jaeger Fredrik Qvicker Stephan Jaeger Jonathan Hodge Jonathan Hodge Bryce Ledford Derek Rende Ben Rickett Steven Fox

Year rounds 2011-12 36 2007-08 37 2010-11 30 2007-08 34 2009-10 34 2006-07 37 2005-06 36 2006-07 37 2007-08 37 2008-09 35 2012-13 30

P/b 22 21 18 18 17 17 16 16 16 16 16

season rounDs PlaYeD

name Jonathan Hodge Jonathan Hodge Derek Rende Mitchell Brock Jonathan Hodge Fredrik Qvicker Bryce Ledford J. Hodge/B. Rickett/S. Fox/S. Jaeger

Year rounds 2008-09 38 2007-08 37 2007-08 37 2006-07 37 2006-07 37 2006-07 37 2006-07 37 36

season CounTer PerCenTaGe

name Derek Rende Stephan Jaeger Matt Brock Matt Brock Stephan Jaeger Brendan Wilson Jonathan Hodge Jonathan Hodge Jonathan Hodge Bryce Ledford

Year Counters Pct. 2009-10 34/34 1.000 2010-11 30/30 1.000 2003-04 30/30 1.000 2002-03 29/29 1.000 2011-12 35/36 .972 1998-99 32/33 .970 2007-08 35/37 .946 2006-07 35/37 .946 2005-06 34/36 .944 2005-06 31/33 .939


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | YeaR-BY-YeaR SCoRing Year-bY-Year sCorinG - Team

Year rounds strokes avg. 1977-78 10 3657 304.75* 1978-79 32 10661 318.24* 1979-80 19 6744 313.67* 1980-81 23 7689 298.60* 1981-82 13 4240 308.36* 1982-83 11 3486 316.91 1983-84 19 5916 311.37 1984-85 33 10573 320.39 1985-86 22 7126 300.04* 1986-87 33 10477 310.43* 1987-88 33 10245 303.56* 1988-89 33 10490 310.81* 1989-90 35 10921 305.48* 1990-91 25 7863 314.52 1991-92 27 8446 312.81 1992-93 27 8257 305.81 1993-94 23 7064 307.13 1994-95 29 8818 304.07 1995-96 30 9211 307.03 1996-97 33 10045 304.39 1997-98 32 9574 299.19 1998-99 33 9862 298.85 1999-00 30 9293 309.77 2000-01 31 9349 301.58 2001-02 28 8466 302.36 2002-03 28 8554 305.50 2003-04 30 8946 298.20 2004-05 37 11050 298.65 2005-06 36 10657 296.03 2006-07 37 10845 293.11 2007-08 37 10613 286.84 2008-09 35 10193 291.23 2009-10 34 9927 291.97 2010-11 33 9565 289.85 2011-12 36 10505 291.81 2012-13 33 9677 293.24 *Average based on 4-man score - 5 events included 5 scores Bold denotes SoCon Championship season

Year-bY-Year sCorinG - inD.

(Min. 50% of team rounds) Year name rounds strokes avg. 1977-78 Donnie Green 10 765 76.50 1978-79 Tommy McKenna 20 1521 76.05 1979-80 Chris Byrd 15 1167 77.80 1980-81 Chris Byrd 20 1516 75.80 1981-82 Kip Henley 10 761 76.10 1982-83 Chuck Long 11 867 78.82 1983-84 Eric Landfried 19 1444 76.00 1984-85 Joey Hughes 30 2358 78.60 1985-86 Joey Hughes 22 1712 77.82 1986-87 Lee Gerdes 28 2137 76.32

1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Lee Gerdes Lee Gerdes Roger Futerman Neil Connolly Neil Connolly Neil Connolly Harry Hartman Tim Turpen James van de Griff James van de Griff Brendan Wilson Brendan Wilson Rocky Mankin Toby Geren Toby Geren Matt Brock Matt Brock Bryce Ledford Bryce Ledford Jonathan Hodge Jonathan Hodge Ben Rickett Stephan Jaeger Stephan Jaeger Stephan Jaeger Steven Fox

30 27 18 26 33 30 20 29 25 33 32 33 27 28 25 28 30 32 33 37 37 35 34 30 36 30

2249 2056 1365 1970 2460 2219 1502 2199 1887 2466 2361 2413 2090 2099 1867 2097 2227 2378 2416 2690 2642 2558 2461 2150 2561 2175

Team TiTles sinCe 1977-78

1980 Carson Newman Invitational 1st of 8 313 310 623 1984 Mercer Bear Classic 1st of 6 310 304 614

1986 WCU Fairfield Sapphire Valley Collegiate 1st of 8 301 302 603 1987 southern Conference Championship 1st of 9 309 299 317 925 1988 Bulldog (Citadel) Invitational 1st of 16 304 299 603 1989 Cahaba Collegiate 1st of 9 309 298 607 2000 Louisiana Tech Invite 1st of 12 292 292 293 887 2000 Charleston Southern Fall Inv. 1st of 15 283 296 579 2004 Buffalo Rock/Southern Showdown 1st of 14 286 284 284 854

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74.97 76.15 75.83 75.77 74.55 73.97 75.10 75.83 75.48 74.72 73.78 73.12 77.41 74.96 74.68 74.89 74.23 74.31 73.21 72.70 71.41 73.09 72.38 71.67 71.14 72.50

2005 Re/Max-UTC Fall Classic 1st of 16 277 279 281 837 2007 UCF/Rio Pinar Intercollegiate 1st of 18 284 291 287 862 2007 Wexford Plantation Intercollegiate 1st of 15 300 303 294 897 2007 USA Spring Golf Classic 1st of 12 288 277 282 847 2007 southern Conference Championship 1st of 10 293 280 291 864 2007 Coca-Cola Duke Golf Classic T1 of 15 280 282 280 842 2008 Cleveland Golf Palmetto Int. 1st of 15 289 279 282 850 2008 Furman Intercollegiate 1st of 24 287 291 296 874 2008 Bank of America Intercollegiate 1st of 15 283 280 289 852 2008 southern Conference Championship 1st of 10 290 281 294 865 2008 Scenic City Invitational 1st of 16 278 275 266 819 2008 Carpet Capital Collegiate 1st of 17 291 283 290 864 2009 southern Conference Championship 1st of 11 279 287 286 852 2010 Cleveland Golf/Palmetto Int. 1st of 18 285 277 293 855 2012 southern Conference Championship 1st of 11 294 286 281 861 2012 nCaa bowling Green regional 1st of 14 294 281 284 859 2013 southern Conference Championship 1st of 11 298 290 296 884


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | indiVidual WinS & honoRS meDalisTs sinCe 1977-78

1978 southern Conference Championship Donnie Green ...............................74-73-74=221 1984 Mercer Bear Classic Mickey Smith ............................................... 78-70=148 1984 Murray State Invitational Chuck Long..............................................70-78-73=231 1986 Murray State Intercollegiate Richie Balthrop .......................................73-73-73=219 1986 WCU Fairfield Sapphire Valley Collegiate Wayne Woolfall............................................ 73-73=146 1987 Murray State Intercollegiate Lee Gerdes...............................................70-70-73=213 1989 Cahaba Collegiate Wayne Woolfall............................................ 76-73=149 1998 UTC Amedisys Intercollegiate Brendon Wilson.......................................67-66-72=205

2000 Louisiana Tech Fall Invite Per Olofsson .........................................74-66-69=209

2008 Furman Intercollegiate Jonathan Hodge...................................69-73-71=213

2002 Mission Inn Collegiate Matt Brock................................................. 74-71=145

2010 Furman Intercollegiate Steven Fox............................................70-68-72=210

2004 Buffalo Rock/Southern Showdown Bryce Ledford .......................................72-69-67=208

2010 Springhill Suites Collegiate Chris Robb............................................66-69-72=207

2004 Mission Inn Collegiate Bryce Ledford .......................................68-68-71=207

2011 LSU National Invitational Stephan Jaeger ....................................70-67-72=209

2005 Re/Max-UTC Fall Classic Bryce Ledford .......................................72-68-66=206

2011 Golfweek Conference Challenge Stephan Jaeger ....................................67-69-73=209

2007 USA Spring Golf Classic Derek Rende.........................................71-63-70=204

2012 southern Conference Championship stephan Jaeger ..........................66-72-69=207

2007 Coca-Cola Duke Golf Classic Jonathan Hodge...................................67-70-67=204

2012 nCaa bowling Green regional stephan Jaeger ..........................70-67-66=203

2008 Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate Jonathan Hodge...................................72-73-67=212

2012 Bridgestone Golf Collegiate Chris Robb............................................72-66-69=207

1999 Citadel Invitational Mike Rogers ................................................. 72-75=147

aWarDs u.s. AMAteuR chAMPion: steven Fox, 2012 (37 holes vs. Michael Weaver) All-AMeRicAn: 1st team: stephan Jaeger, 2012; 2nd team: Jonathan hodge, 2008 PinG all-reGion: Steven Fox (2012, 2013); Jonathan Hodge (2008); Stephan Jaeger (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012); Derek Rende (2008, 2009, 2010); Ben Rickett (2009); Chris Robb (2013)

Stephan Jaeger holds the school record with four career wins. He is the only three-time SoCon Golfer of the Year in league history.

CleVelanD/sriXon all-ameriCa sCHolar: Stephan Jaeger (2011, 2012); Derek Rende (2009, 2010) eaTon/Golf PriDe easT reGion CoaCH of THe Year: Mark Guhne (2009) soCon CoaCH of THe Year: Mark Guhne (2006, 2007, 2008, 2012); Reed Sanderlin (1987) soCon PlaYer of THe Year: Jonathan Hodge (2007, 2008); Stephan Jaeger (2010, 2011, 2012) nCaa reGional meDalisT: Stephan Jaeger, 2012 (Bowling Green, 203, -13) soCon meDalisTs: 1978: Donnie Green, C.C. of S. Carolina, 221; 2012: Stephan Jaeger, Daniel Island, S.C., 207 all-soCon: Matt Brock (2004 2nd); Neil Connolly (1991, 1992, 1993); Steven Fox (2011, 2012, 2013); Lee Gerdes (1987, 1988); Donnie Green (1978); Phillip Guess (1989); Kip Henley (1982); Jonathan Hodge (2006, 2007, 2008); Stephan Jaeger (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012); Eric Landfried (1983, 1984); Bryce Ledford (2006, 2007); Charles Long (1982, 1983); Tom McKenna (1978, 1979, 1980); Brian Millican (1989); Fredrik Qvicker (2008); Mike Patrick (1978); Derek Rende (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010); Ben Rickett (2008, 2009); Chris Robb (2013); Chris Schmidt (1987); James van de Griff (1997); Benni Weilguni (2011); Gary Weller (1981); Brendon Wilson (1998, 1999); Wayne Woolfall (1986, 1988) soCon fresHman of THe Year: Stephan Jaeger (2009); Derek Rende (2007) soCon all-fresHman: Davis Bunn (2011); Steven Fox (2010); Stephan Jaeger (2009); Benni Weilguni (2011)

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Steven Fox won the 2012 United States Amateur


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | YeaR-BY-YeaR ReSultS 1977-78 Oct. 7 Sewanee Fall Invitational 2nd of 9 297 David McKenna 71 T2 Donnie Green 72 5th Jim Muller 76 T14 Buddy O’Guin 78 T27 Mike Patrick 82 T40 David Collins 85 T46 Tournament Shortened By Rain to 18 holes Mar. 5-6 Fripp Island Collegiate T7th of 12 825 Tommy McKenna 82 79 161 Jim Muller 83 81 164 Donnie Green 78 87 165 Mike Patrick 89 81 170 Marshall Reeves 84 86 170 David McKenna 89 82 171 Apr. 1-2 EKU Colonel Classic 15th of 19 326 302 628 Mike Patrick 77 79 156 Donnie Green 84 73 157 Jim Muller 84 73 157 Tommy McKenna 81 77 158 David McKenna 85 80 165 Apr. 14-15 Tennessee Intercollegiate 4th of 7 374 372 746 David McKenna 71 74 145 Jim Muller 73 75 148 Donnie Green 78 72 150 Mike Patrick 75 75 150 Tommy McKenna 77 76 153 Billy Sachse 81 84 165

T25 T37 42nd T48 T48 T52

T40

T8 T16 T23 T23 T25 T40

Apr. 24-26 Southern Conference Champ. 2nd of 8 388 388 385 1161 Donnie Green 74 73 74 221 1 Mike Patrick 79 74 76 229 7 Tommy McKenna 76 82 76 234 T10 David McKenna 80 78 78 236 Jim Muller 81 81 81 243 Marshall Reeve 79 82 83 244 1978-79 Sept. 16-17 Fripp Island Intercollegiate Donnie Green 200 David McKenna 209 Brian Heath 210 Guy Carpenter 212 Eddie Kessler 213 Sept. 21-22 Hart Invitational (B Team) Donnie Green 146 Jimmy Shealy 147 Jessie Simmons 148 Brian Heath 151 David McKenna 153 Mike Bennett 156 Sept. 28-30 All-American Classic Rick Eberle 149 David McKenna 152 Donnie Green 158 Jimmy Shealy 158 Jessie Simmons 82-WD

David McKenna Donnie Green Tommy McKenna Jessie Simmons

Oct. 9-10 Opryland Collegiate Classic Kip Henley 153 Freddy Kessler 162 Gary Weller 167 Billy Sachse 168 Tommy Elliott 170

Nov. 17-19 Dixie Intercollegiate Invitational Tommy McKenna 156 Donnie Green 157 Kip Henley 163 David McKenna 166 Mike Bennett 172 Mar. 3-11

Coastal Carolina Invitational 318 Tommy McKenna 77 Kip Henley 82 David McKenna 84 Donnie Green 75 Eddie Kessler 86

Apr. 7-8 EKU Invite 10th of 20 312 299 Tommy McKenna 72 71 Gary Weller 77 80 Freddy Kessler 78 74 Kip Henley 85 77 Tommy Elliott 88 77

920 219 234 236 239 244

Apr. 11-12 3rd of 6 Gary Weller Kip Henley

Mid-South Classic 393 368 761 77 73 150 81 71 152

T7 13

Apr 30-May 2 Southern Conference Champ. 4th of 9 398 399 398 1195 Tommy McKenna 75 77 80 232 8th Kip Henley 82 77 78 237 T15 Donnie Green 76 83 82 241 T23 David McKenna 82 80 80 242 T25 Gary Weller 83 82 83 248 T39 Brian Heath 85 86 78 249 T42

Oct. 29-30 Augusta College Invitational 5th of 9 395 399 794 Chris Byrd 73 80 153 Jessie Simmons 82 76 158 Eddie Kessler 76 85 161 Keith Fisher 82 81 163 Chuck Long 82 82 164 Jimmy Shealy 88 80 168

Mar. 29-31

309 76 77 84 77 79

T9 T15 T22 T25

T8 T14 T17 T34 T34 T58

Oct. 6-7 Eastern Kentucky Invitational 9th of 14 312 305 325 942 Brian Heath 77 75 79 231 T18 Freddy Kessler 78 77 79 234 T28 David McKenna 76 76 83 235 T31 Tommy McKenna 81 77 84 242 T44 Keith Fisher 84 84 88 256 T65

Mar. 20 Dual vs. Western Carolina Brian Heath 70 Kip Henley 73 Donnie Green 74 Jimmy Shealy 77 Gary Weller 78 Tommy McKenna 80 Eddie Kessler 81 935 225 235 237 242 246

152 154 156 157

1979-80 Sept. 27-29 Indiana State Invitational 5th of 14 392 400 414 1206 Brian Heath 78 78 79 235 David McKenna 77 79 83 239 Tommy McKenna 80 79 82 241 Kip Henley 76 85 86 247 Jessie Simmons 81 82 84 247 Chris Byrd 85 82 88 255

409 1201 81 232 79 240 84 249 87 257 78 152 WD 156

Marshall Invitational 306 308 321 Tommy McKenna 72 73 80 Kip Henley 78 77 80 Gary Weller 75 83 79 Donnie Green 84 76 82 Brian Heath 81 82 83

75 72 78 77

Apr. 20-21 Tennessee Intercollegiate 5th of 7 370 377 747 Tommy McKenna 72 72 144 David McKenna 71 77 148 Gary Weller 73 78 151 Donnie Green 77 76 153 Kip Henley 77 78 155 Jimmy Shealy 83 74 157

Oct. 14-15 Duke Invitational David McKenna 231 Tommy McKenna 235 Mike Bennett 242 Jessie Simmons 250 Brian Heath 252 Rick Eberle 85-WD

Fripp Island Collegiate 386 406 Tommy McKenna 73 78 Brian Heath 84 77 Jimmy Shealy 85 80 Kip Henley 79 91 Donnie Green 74 DQ David McKenna 76 80

77 82 78 80

Mar. 19-22 18th of 21

8th T48 T54 T65 T82

5th T9

T12 T26 T31 T34 T37 46

Furman Intercollegiate 319

Apr. 13-15 Tennessee Intercollegiate 4th of 7 408 397 805 Chris Byrd 77 76 153 Tommy McKenna 77 78 155 David McKenna 85 79 164 Brian Heath 84 85 169 Marshall Reeve 85 82 167 Chuck Long 89 82 171

Apr. 27-30 Southern Conference Champ. 4th of 9 377 392 382 1150 Tommy McKenna 74 75 78 226 T8 Chris Byrd 77 76 74 227 T11 Gary Weller 72 81 75 228 16 David McKenna 76 78 78 232 T23 Brian Heath 79 82 77 238 36 Marshall Reeve 78 85 80 243 38 1980-81 Sept. 19-20 Murray State Invitational 11th of 15 306 304 307 917 Chris Byrd 70 75 75 220 Eric Landfried 80 74 78 232 Kip Henley 78 80 75 233 Freddy Kessler 78 80 79 237 Jimmy Shealy 84 75 82 241

9th T50 T52 T63 T69

Oct. 3-5 Trojan Oaks Intercollegiate 3rd of 5 320 315 315 950 Freddy Kessler 81 75 79 235 Eric Landfried 80 78 78 236 Greg Lawter 81 80 76 237 Chuck Long 81 83 84 248 Mark Cowart 78 84 87 249 Tim Crawford 87 82 82 251

T14 16 T17 29 30 33

Oct. 4-5 Eastern Kentucky Collegiate Classic 13th of 17 298 304 306 908 Chris Byrd 73 75 73 221 T19 Brian Heath 73 77 79 229 T51 Audie Johnson 78 74 77 229 T51 Gary Weller 74 78 77 229 T51 Tim Tuttle 83 83 81 247 85 Mar. RC Cola Invitational 7th of 12 392 378 770 Chris Byrd 78 72 150 Chuck Long 76 75 151 Brian Heath 77 76 153 Kurt Hyder 79 79 158 Tim Crawford 82 77 159 Gary Weller 82 78 160

mar. 27-29 Carson newman invitational 1st of 8 313 310 623 Tommy McKenna 78 77 155 T2 Brian Heath 76 80 156 5th David McKenna 81 76 157 T6 Chris Byrd 82 77 159 T8 Jimmy Shealy 78 81 159 T8

Mar. Furman Intercollegiate T24th of 26 322 304 308 Gary Weller 83 77 73 Brian Heath 79 75 80 Chuck Long 84 75 77 Chris Byrd 80 79 78 Tim Crawford 80 77 81

Apr. 3-5 Marshall Invitational T4th of 18 299 311 295 Chris Byrd 72 75 73 Tommy McKenna 74 79 73 David McKenna 75 80 74 Brian Heath 78 77 75 Louis Davis 85 86 77

Apr. 3-5 19th of 24 Chuck Long Gary Weller Brian Heath Chris Byrd Kurt Hyder

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905 220 226 229 230 248

3rd T18 T31 T34 85

T4 T8 T20 T30 27 35

934 233 T96 234 T101 236 T103 237 T117 238 T123

United Surgical Steel SE Inter. 310 314 296 920 77 76 71 224 76 80 76 232 79 81 73 233 79 77 77 233 78 84 76 238


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | YeaR-BY-YeaR ReSultS 1983-84 Buckeye Fall Classic Sept. 23-25 328 322 317 15th of 19 81 77 76 Eric Landfried Kurt Hyder 78 83 78 Mickey Smith 84 82 76 Mark Ross 86 80 88 Joey Hughes 85 89 87

967 234 239 242 254 261

T30 T52 T61 T89 100

Sept. 30-Oct. 2 James Madison University T18th of 26 313 326 639 Mickey Smith 76 81 157 T34 Kurt Hyder 79 81 160 T58 Wayne Smith 80 81 161 T65 Bill Towers 78 83 161 T65 Eric Landfried 82 86 168 T104

Kip Henley (1979-82) is now a caddie on the PGA Tour for Brian Gay Apr. 10-12 6th of 9 Chris Byrd Gary Weller Chuck Long Tim Crawford Kurt Hyder Eric Landfried

Tar Heel Invitational 386 373 379 1138 76 73 76 225 T2 75 77 76 228 T3 76 76 90 232 T43 85 73 75 233 47 77 79 82 238 T55 82 74 83 239 T57

Apr. 27-29 4th of 9 Gary Weller Chris Byrd Brian Heath Chuck Long Kurt Hyder Tim Crawford

Southern Conference Champ. 385 384 383 1152 78 72 72 222 T5 82 75 73 230 T16 73 76 84 233 T22 78 80 77 235 T25 74 83 82 239 T32 87 81 79 247 T42

1981-82 Sept. 18-19 7th of 12 Chris Byrd Gary Weller Eric Landfried Tim Crawford Rick Eberle

Murray State Invitational 311 296 307 914 77 75 73 225 77 72 76 225 75 75 76 226 84 74 82 240 82 78 85 245

Mar. 18-20 21st of 24 Kip Henley Chuck Long Eric Landfried Tim Crawford Gary Weller

Furman Intercollegiate 314 298 301 77 72 76 77 79 73 79 77 73 81 74 79 81 75 81

Apr. 3-4 17th of 22 Brian Heath Chuck Long Kip Henley Tim Crawford Eric Landfried

Eastern Kentucky Invitational 342 307 649 83 73 156 T25 87 75 162 T62 85 79 164 T72 87 80 167 T86 DQ 82

Apr. 8-10 12th of 17 Kip Henley Brian Heath Chuck Long

Marshall Invitational 318 312 630 75 78 153 77 78 155 82 79 161

T13 T13 T20 T50 55

913 225 T49 229 T77 229 T77 234 T110 237 T115

T19 T30 T60

Kurt Hyder Tim Crawford

84 85

78 78

162 163

T69 T72

Apr. 26-28 Southern Conference Champ. 4th of 9 378 377 379 1134 Kip Henley 72 73 74 219 T4 Chuck Long 70 77 76 223 9th Kurt Hyder 77 72 75 224 T10 Brian Heath 78 78 76 232 21 Eric Landfried 81 77 78 236 T27 Gary Weller 82 78 78 238 T32 1982-83 Sept. 17-18

Murray State Invite 5th of 11

Sept.24-26

Ohio State Fall Cl.

16th of 18

Oct. 8-10 Memphis State Classic 10th of 15 312 327 307 Kurt Hyder 77 81 77 Eric Landfried 78 79 78 Mickey Smith 78 84 76 Chuck Long 79 83 77 Lee Abney 83 87 77 Oct. 14-16

Duke Fall Classic

946 235 235 238 239 247

18th of 18

Mar. 8-9 Spider/Pacer Invitational 9th of 19 317 317 634 Mickey Smith 81 77 158 Eric Landfried 81 77 158 Kurt Hyder 75 86 161 Chuck Long 82 80 162 Joey Hughes 80 83 163 Mar. 11-13 Iron Duke Classic 21st of 23 318 323 322 Chuck Long 79 82 77 Mickey Smith 77 81 81 Kurt Hyder 83 80 80 Eric Landfried 79 81 84 Joey Hughes 85 81 84

T31 T31 T43 T47 T65

T25 T25 T43 T50 T58

963 238 T75 239 T78 243 T100 244 T105 250 T112

Apr. 25-27 Southern Conference Champ. 4th of 9 316 319 308 943 Chuck Long 78 78 72 228 T4 Eric Landfried 76 79 77 232 T9 Mickey Smith 79 84 74 237 T17 Kurt Hyder 83 78 85 246 T26 Joey Hughes 86 91 95 272 44

Oct. 13-15 John Ryan Memorial (Duke) 18th of 23 302 314 311 927 Eric Landfried 68 74 74 216 6 Mickey Smith 73 79 76 228 T45 Kurt Hyder 80 80 82 242 T101 Jeff Lanter 81 82 79 242 T101 Zeb Patton 82 81 85 248 116 mar. mercer bear Classic 1st of 6 310 304 614 mickey smith 78 70 148 Eric Landfried 74 76 150 Kurt Hyder 80 75 155 Jeff Lanter 78 85 163 Mark Ross 83 83 166 Joey Hughes 85 85 170

1st 2nd 5th T10 T12 15

Mar. 31-Apr. 1 Eastern Kentucky Invitational 4th of 9 302 308 313 920 Eric Landfried 76 70 74 220 5th Kurt Hyder 77 74 78 229 T14 Mickey Smith 79 73 78 230 T16 Jeff Lanter 81 83 82 246 T38 Zeb Patton 86 78 82 246 T38 Apr. 13-15 Murray State Invitational T3rd of 15 302 308 313 923 Chuck long 70 78 73 221 Mickey Smith 73 76 79 228 Eric Landfried 79 74 81 234 Kurt Hyder 80 80 82 242 Zeb Patton 82 81 80 243

1st T11 T20 T51 T54

Apr. 23-25 Southern Conference Champ. 3rd of 8 315 315 296 926 Eric Landfried 75 77 70 222 T5 Chuck Long 80 77 75 232 12th Mickey Smith 77 82 76 237 15th Kurt Hyder 83 79 84 246 T25 Zeb Patton 88 83 75 246 T25 1984-85 Sept. 21-23 Buckeye Fall Classic 11th of 17 322 316 325 Brad Denton 78 80 76 Mickey Smith 80 77 85 Jeff Lanter 81 80 82 Bill Towers 83 79 82 Mark Ross 86 87 87

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963 234 242 243 244 260

T32 T53 T55 T62 83

Sept. 28-30 James Madison University 12th of 19 320 323 332 975 Mickey Smith 78 84 82 244 Bill Towers 84 80 80 244 Joey Hughes 76 76 93 245 Richie Balthrop 82 83 84 249 Brad Denton 87 90 86 263

T46 T46 T48 T59 T86

Oct. 6-7 EKU Tournament T9th of 13 296 300 317 Bill Towers 75 72 76 Mickey Smith 73 74 78 Joey Hughes 73 78 79 Jeff Lanter 75 76 84 Mark Ross 81 82 91

T9 T17 T35 T50 66

913 223 225 230 235 254

Oct. 18-20 John Ryan Memorial (Duke) 23rd of 23 317 317 316 950 Mickey Smith 76 79 76 231 T78 Bill Towers 78 83 78 239 T100 Jeff Lanter 82 78 79 239 T100 Joey Hughes 81 77 83 241 T106 Mark Ross 82 83 83 248 119 Feb. 15-17 Palmetto Dunes Classic 24th of 24 327 355 341 1023 Joey Hughes 82 82 84 248 Zeb Patton 77 91 80 248 Mark Ross 83 94 82 259 Lee Bohannon 85 94 95 274 David Bennett 97 88 95 280 Mar. 1-3 Joey Hughes Brad Denton Zeb Patton Bill Towers Mark Ross

Fripp Island Invitational 314 319 327 960 74 79 77 230 76 77 82 235 81 76 85 242 83 87 87 257 99 89 83 271

Mar. 12-15 Panhandle Intercollegiate 13th of 15 305 328 315 948 Joey Hughes 74 77 74 225 Richie Balthrop 79 78 81 238 Brad Denton 71 88 80 239 Zeb Patton 81 85 80 246 Lee Bohannon 84 92 90 266

T12 T49 T54 T69 75

Mar. 23-24

Eastern Kentucky Invitational 306 297 318 921 Richie Balthrop 75 68 81 224 Bill Towers 77 77 78 232 Joey Hughes 77 76 80 233 Zeb Patton 79 76 79 234 Brad Denton 77 77 85 239 Mar. 29-31 Southern Junior-Senior Int. 10th of 11 306 316 327 949 Joey Hughes 77 74 82 233 Richie Balthrop 75 80 80 235 Zeb Patton 78 80 84 242 Bill Towers 80 82 86 248 Brad Denton 76 92 81 249 Apr. 4-6 Furman Intercollegiate 23rd of 23 326 332 329 987 Joey Hughes 83 76 78 237 T75 Richie Balthrop 82 79 82 243 T106


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | YeaR-BY-YeaR ReSultS Zeb Patton Lee Bohannon Brad Denton

80 81 86

86 91 95

85 84 90

251 T118 256 120 271 121

Apr. 22-24 Southern Conference Champ. 7th of 8 319 342 323 984 Richie Balthrop 79 76 80 235 T13 Joey Hughes 78 73 85 236 T16 Mark Ross 84 95 87 266 T37 David Bennett 88 98 83 269 39 Bill Towers 78 WD 75 -1985-86 Sept. 28-29 JMU Fall Golf Invitational 8th of 16 313 312 625 Wayne Woolfall 74 74 148 Joey Hughes 80 76 156 Richie Balthrop 77 81 158 Tim Moore 85 81 166 Joe Meade 82 85 167

T3 T23 T29 T58 T61

Oct. 4-6 Buckeye Fall Classic (Ohio State) 9th of 18 332 320 321 973 Bill Towers 82 78 78 238 T20 Tim Moore 82 81 81 244 T39 Joey Hughes 85 79 83 247 T49 Richie Balthrop 86 82 80 248 T51 Wayne Woolfall 83 85 82 250 T57 Oct. 11-12 John Ryan Memorial (Duke) 13th of 25 295 302 597 Joey Hughes 69 75 144 Lee Gerdes 76 75 151 Richie Balthrop 77 75 152 Wayne Woolfall 75 78 153 Zeb Patton 75 80 155 Tim Moore 80 77 157

T11 T53 T62 T68 T93 T11

Mar. Fripp Island Invitational 4th of 14 393 422 401 1216 Joey Hughes 79 84 73 236 Wayne Woolfall 74 86 79 239 Lee Gerdes 80 82 79 241 Richie Balthrop 80 81 88 249 Zeb Patton 83 89 85 257 David Bennett 80 dq 85 DQ Mar. Cape Coral Intercollegiate 9th of 20 304 301 310 915 Wayne Woolfall 79 73 76 228 Tim Moore 75 76 79 230 Lee Gerdes 74 80 79 233 Richie Balthrop 76 76 81 233 Joey Hughes 82 76 76 234 Mar. 22-23 Colonel Classic 17th of 19 314 318 Joey Hughes 74 78 Richie Balthrop 83 78 Wayne Woolfall 77 80 Tim Moore 83 82 Lee Gerdes 80 87

322 77 77 84 84 84

Apr. 3-5 Furman Intercollegiate T18th of 23 307 304 310 Lee Gerdes 78 72 78 Wayne Woolfall 74 81 75 Joey Hughes 78 72 83

954 229 238 241 249 251

T34 T42 T51 T51 T56

T16 T56 T70 T89 T93

921 228 T61 230 T70 233 T82

Tim Moore Richie Balthrop

77 82

79 81

79 78

235 T91 241 T112

Apr. 22-23 Southern Conference Champ. 5th of 8 309 299 317 925 Wayne Woolfall 70 75 79 224 T6 Joey Hughes 79 75 79 233 T15 Lee Gerdes 84 73 78 235 T17 Tim Moore 79 85 81 245 T30 Richie Balthrop 81 76 92 249 33

Richie Balthrop

84

78

84

246 T32

Tim Moore (I) 78 Porter Nelms (I) 85 Mark Ross (I) 91

81 82 81

77 76 DQ

236 9th 243 T34 -- 73

Mar. 20-21 Citadel Invitational 3rd of 17 316 298 Wayne Woolfall 78 72 Lee Gerdes 77 74 Richie Balthrop 80 75 Tim Moore 81 77 Brad Denton 83 79

614 150 151 155 158 164

T3 T9 T14 T18 T27

Mar. 6-9 Lehigh Invitational 8th of 17 300 301 300 Victor Findley 75 71 76 Lee Gerdes 74 76 73 Wayne Woolfall 76 76 76 Richie Balthrop 77 78 75 Porter Nelms (I) 79 74 83 Jeff Fletcher 75 82 79

901 222 223 228 230 236 236

T10 T13 T36 T45 T64 T64

Mar. 10-12 Gamecock Invitational 10th of 13 321 317 297 Lee Gerdes 77 79 73 Richie Balthrop 80 80 71 Wayne Woolfall 81 79 75 Victor Findley 83 79 78 Jeff Fletcher 94 88 87

935 229 231 235 240 269

T22 T28 T46 T59 78

T12 T21 T35 T59 T73

Apr. 2-4 Furman Intercollegiate 17th of 21 316 311 Lee Gerdes 76 76 Richie Balthrop 82 75 Chris Schmidt 77 81 Wayne Woolfall 81 79 Tim Moore 84 82

627 152 T28 157 T65 158 T76 160 T83 166 T104

Apr. 10-11 Tennessee Intercollegiate 4th of 4 310 324 634 Chris Schmidt 69 75 144 T1 lost playoff Porter Nelms 76 77 154 T9 Brian Millican 84 82 166 19 Brad Denton 82 90 172 T22 Mark Ross 82 90 172 T22 Tony Horner 82 92 174 24

3rd T13 T31 T31 T54

apr. 22-23 southern Conference Champ. 1st of 9 309 299 317 925 Chris Schmidt 76 70 76 222 T2 Lee Gerdes 77 74 71 222 T2 Wayne Woolfall 75 79 78 232 T11 Richie Balthrop 84 77 79 240 23 Porter Nelms 79 86 80 245 28 T19 T47 T58 T97 113

Mar. 13-14 North-South Collegiate 5th of 12 321 314 324 959 Lee Gerdes 77 78 83 238 Wayne Woolfall 76 80 83 239 Chris Schmidt 84 78 80 242 Brad Denton 84 80 78 242

T13 T17 T20 T20

1987-88 Sept. 19-20 Murray State Intercollegiate 2nd of 11 291 294 300 885 lee Gerdes 70 70 73 213 Richie Balthrop 72 71 76 219 Chris Schmidt 73 77 76 226 Wayne Woolfall 77 76 75 228 Victor Findley 76 79 79 234

1st 5th T11 T14 T29

Sept. 25-27 Forest Hills Invitational 5th of 14 310 311 296 917 Chris Schmidt 76 73 71 220 T4

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T24 T46 T49 T49

604 148 150 153 154 156

Oct. JMU Fall Golf Invitational 7th of 22 323 317 640 Wayne Woolfall 79 76 155 Richie Balthrop 80 78 158 Tim Moore 82 80 162 Lee Gerdes 83 83 166 Brad Denton 82 88 170

Mar. 9-11 Cape Coral Intercollegiate 17th of 24 311 305 313 929 Lee Gerdes 76 72 76 224 Richie Balthrop 77 78 76 231 Wayne Woolfall 75 81 78 234 Brad Denton 83 76 83 242 Chris Schmidt 84 79 83 246

230 237 238 238

9th T11 T33 T42 T46

907 223 225 231 233 234

Mar. Fripp Island Invitational 4th of 14 393 422 401 1216 Joey Hughes 79 84 73 236 Wayne Woolfall 74 86 79 239 Lee Gerdes 80 82 79 241 Richie Balthrop 80 81 88 249 Zeb Patton 83 89 85 257 David Bennett 80 dq 85 DQ

72 76 83 77

Oct. Cahaba Collegiate 3rd of 12 302 302 Wayne Woolfall 79 69 Lee Gerdes 73 77 Victor Findley 75 78 Chris Schmidt 76 78 Porter Nelms 78 78

Mar. 28-29 EKU Invitational 5th of 17 302 305 300 Wayne Woolfall 76 75 72 Lee Gerdes 73 73 79 Richie Balthrop 75 81 75 Chris Schmidt 79 77 77 Tim Moore 78 80 76

Apr. Vanderbilt Music City Int. 4th of 16 295 292 295 882 Richie Balthrop 71 71 72 214 Lee Gerdes 72 76 73 221 Chris Schmidt 78 73 75 226 Wayne Woolfall 74 74 78 226 Porter Nelms 82 74 75 231

78 82 78 83

T6 T8 T15 T27 T58

1st T26 T59 T63 T63

oct. WCu sapphire Valley Coll. 1st of 8 301 302 603 Wayne Woolfall 73 73 146 1st Tim Moore 77 74 151 3rd Lee Gerdes 75 77 152 T4 Brian Millican 76 84 160 T13 Richie Balthrop 84 78 162 17

80 79 77 78

Oct. John Ryan Memorial (Duke) 8th of 19 306 306 612 Lee Gerdes 73 75 148 T6 Chris Schmidt 74 78 152 T19 Wayne Woolfall 81 75 156 T46 Richie Balthrop 78 79 157 T56 Victor Findley 81 78 159 T66 Scott McMurray 81 88 169 T119

1986-87 Sept. 19-20 Murray State Intercollegiate 7th of 17 304 303 308 915 richie balthrop 73 73 73 219 Lee Gerdes 78 74 77 229 Brad Denton 75 79 83 237 Wayne Woolfall 78 81 81 240 Tim Moore 86 77 77 240

Oct. John Ryan Memorial (Duke) 19th of 23 309 317 626 Tim Moore 75 80 155 T50 Richie Balthrop 77 79 156 T57 Lee Gerdes 78 79 157 T62 158 T75 Wayne Woolfall 79 79 Brian Millican 80 81 161 T98 Brad Denton 80 82 162 T105

Lee Gerdes Wayne Woolfall Richie Balthrop Brian Millican

mar. 18-19 bulldog (Citadel) invitational 1st of 16 304 299 603 Lee Gerdes 77 72 149 3rd Wayne Woolfall 73 78 151 T4 Richie Balthrop 80 72 152 T6 Victor Findley 74 81 155 T12 Brian Millican 81 77 158 T24 Mar. 25-27 Wofford Invitational 4th of 11 292 303 298 Brian Millican 74 73 72 Lee Gerdes 72 72 80 Victor Findley 81 75 72 Richie Balthrop 70 83 78 Wayne Woolfall 76 85 76

893 219 224 228 231 237

T4 T12 T21 T24 T33

Mar. 31-Apr. 2 Furman Intercollegiate 11th of 19 305 303 309 Brian Millican 76 72 78 Wayne Woolfall 73 77 79 Lee Gerdes 76 78 77 Richie Balthrop 80 76 75 Victor Findley 81 81 82

917 226 229 231 231 244

T33 T42 T47 T47 T87

Apr. 8-10 Tar Heel Invitational 8th of 11 375 384 382 1141 Lee Gerdes 74 73 75 222 T12 Scott McMurray 71 74 77 222 T12 Wayne Woolfall 76 76 78 230 T31


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77 77 79

80 81 82

75 78 77

232 T41 236 T49 238 T54

Apr. 18-19 Southern Conference Champ. 4th of 9 317 314 321 952 Lee Gerdes 77 74 79 230 4th Richie Balthrop 76 81 78 235 T11 Brian Millican 82 79 85 246 T21 Victor Findley 82 82 84 248 T25 Wayne Woolfall 72DQ 80 80 May 8-9 Vanderbilt Music City Invite 8th of 15 297 294 294 885 Scott McMurray 70 76 74 220 T18 Richie Balthrop 75 70 76 221 T22 Wayne Woolfall 77 73 73 223 T27 Brian Millican 79 75 71 225 34th Porter Nelms 75 80 79 234 T60 1988-89 Sept. 18-20 Tom O’Briant Memorial (Guilford) 8th of 15 298 296 594 Brian Millican 75 71 146 T9 Lee Gerdes 76 72 148 T20 Scott McMurray 74 76 150 T30 Porter Nelms (I) 77 79 156 T54 Victor Findley 80 77 157 T60 Ken Maples 73 86 159 T68 Sept. 23-24 Johnny Bench/Bearcat Collegiate 7th of 20 307 316 623 Porter Nelms 76 82 158 Victor Findley 77 77 154 Scott McMurray 81 81 162 Brian Millican 77 77 154 Lee Gerdes 77 81 158 Oct. 8-9 5th of 15 Victor Findley Brian Millican Lee Gerdes Phillip Guess Ken Maples

Buckeye Fall Classic 310 312 304 79 74 74 74 80 78 80 81 73 78 77 79 79 81 85

926 227 232 234 234 245

T8 T22 T30 T30 T68

Oct. 14-15 John Ryan Memorial Classic 18th of 23 324 326 650 Lee Gerdes 79 77 156 T43 Victor Findley 80 83 163 T83 Phillip Guess 84 85 169 T109 Brian Millican 88 81 169 T109 170 T119 Scott McLargin (I) 84 86 Porter Nelms 81 DQ Mar. Fripp Island Invitational 4th of 14 393 422 401 1216 Joey Hughes 79 84 73 236 Wayne Woolfall 74 86 79 239 Lee Gerdes 80 82 79 241 Richie Balthrop 80 81 88 249 Zeb Patton 83 89 85 257 David Bennett 80 DQ 85 Mar. 8-10 7th of 12 Lee Gerdes Victor Findley

Gamecock Invitational 331 310 306 947 76 75 74 225 5th 87 79

Lee Cantrell Phillip Guess Ken Maples

81 87 90

79 82 77

Mar. 13-14 North-South Collegiate (FIU) 5th of 12 321 314 324 959 Lee Gerdes 77 78 83 238 T13 Wayne Woolfall 76 80 83 239 T17 Chris Schmidt 84 78 80 242 T20 Brad Denton 84 80 78 242 T20 Richie Balthrop 84 78 84 246 T32 Tim Moore (I) 7881 Porter Nelms (I) 8582 Mark Ross (I) 9181

77 76 DQ

236 243 --

9th T34

Mar. 24-26 Wofford Invitational 10th of 12 311 306 303 Phillip Guess 80 77 72 Lee Gerdes 76 78 76 Victor Findley 77 78 77 Brian Millican 78 82 78 Lee Cantrell 84 73 82

920 229 230 232 238 239

Mar. 31-Apr. 2 Furman Intercollegiate 16th of 22 309 313 309 Phillip Guess 80 77 75 Victor Findley 76 79 77 Brian Millican 76 81 78 Lee Gerdes 82 76 79 Ken Maples 77 86 84

931 232 T65 232 T65 235 T77 237 T84 247 T105

34 T36 38 44 T45

Apr. 6-8 Vandy/Durango Music City Int. 4th of 18 294 306 291 891 Lee Gerdes 72 78 73 223 Victor Findley 72 80 74 226 Phillip Guess 75 76 72 223 Brian Millican 75 75 72 222 Scott McLargin 80 77 82 239 Apr. 16-18 Southern Conference Champ. 2nd of 8 298 293 298 889 Brian Millican 78 67 71 216 2nd Phillip Guess 76 72 75 223 T7 Lee Gerdes 70 78 77 225 T13 Lee Cantrell 74 77 75 226 Scott McLargin 80 77 81 238 May 11-14 Sheraton-Cavalier Classic 11th of 13 312 322 310 944 Lee Gerdes 72 76 72 220 Lee Cantrell 77 82 81 240 Phillip Guess 84 83 76 243 Brian Millican 79 81 87 247 Scott McLargin 85 91 81 257

T9 T58 64 T66 73

1989-90 Oct. 14-15 18-20 Buckeye Fall Classic 5th of 17 919 Neil Connolly 223 T5 Wayne Woolfall 225 T10 oct. 20-22 Cahaba Collegiate 1st of 9 309 298 Wayne Woolfall 76 73 Ken Maples 75 75 Brian Millican 79 72 Roger Futerman 80 78 Neil Connolly 79 81

607 149 1st 150 2nd 151 3rd 158 160

Nov. 10-12 FMC Fall Invitational 2nd of 24 306 301 Brian Millican 75 75 Ken Maples 76 75 Wayne Woolfall 78 75 Neil Connolly 77 76 Robert Tait 78 79

607 150 151 153 153 157

T7 T12 T18 T18

Dec. 15-17 College of Charleston Invitational 4th of 8 319 309 628 Brian Millican 78 74 152 5th Wayne Woolfall 80 78 158 T14 Neil Connolly 82 76 158 T14 Ken Maples 79 81 160 T20 Lee Cantrell 84 81 165 T30 Mar. 6-7 Shadowmoss Intercollegiate 5th of 14 309 320 629 Wayne Woolfall 76 75 151 T8 Ken Maples 78 77 155 Neil Connolly 80 78 158 Scott McLargin 78 90 168 Roger Futerman 77 DQ -Mar. 9-11 Cape Coral Intercollegiate 17th of 24 311 305 313 929 Lee Gerdes 76 72 76 224 Richie Balthrop 77 78 76 231 Wayne Woolfall 75 81 78 234 Brad Denton 83 76 83 242 Chris Schmidt 84 79 83 246

T19 T47 T58 T97 113

Mar. 9-11 Fripp Island Collegiate Invitational 5th of 24 376 389 375 1140 Roger Futerman 74 72 73 219 T3 Ken Maples 75 75 77 227 24 Neil Connolly 75 80 74 229 T29 Robert Tait 73 80 79 232 T36 Wayne Woolfall 79 82 72 233 T38 Scott McLargin 90 88 81 259 118 Mar. 23-25 ECU/Greenbriar Intercollegiate 6th of 17 303 306 301 910 Roger Futerman 77 75 73 225 T13 Wayne Woolfall 73 77 76 226 T16 Robert Tait 77 75 75 227 T20 Neil Connolly 76 79 79 234 T45 Ken Maples 81 81 77 239 T61 Mar. 28-29 EKU Invitational 5th of 17 302 305 300 Wayne Woolfall 76 75 72 Lee Gerdes 73 73 79 Richie Balthrop 75 81 75 Chris Schmidt 79 77 77 Tim Moore 78 80 76

907 223 225 231 233 234

Mar. 30-Apr. 1 Furman Intercollegiate 10th of 22 303 299 297 Wayne Woolfall 77 74 73 Neil Connolly 76 76 74 Robert Tait 74 74 79 Roger Futerman 76 81 73 Ken Maples 78 75 77

899 224 226 227 230 230

9th T11 T33 T42 T46

T29 T39 T43 T60 T60

Apr. 14-15 Iron Duke Golf Classic 7th of 24 310 299 302 911 Wayne Woolfall 78 72 74 224 T20

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Roger Futerman Ken Maples Neil Connolly Robert Tait

72 82 78 84

77 75 75 77

78 75 81 75

227 232 234 236

T33 T57 T71 T78

Apr. 23-24 Southern Conference Champ. 5th of 8 299 311 312 922 Roger Futerman 73 79 77 229 T16 Ken Maples 75 78 77 230 17 Wayne Woolfall 73 79 79 23118/30 Neil Connolly 78 78 79 235 T21 Robert Tait 79 76 DQ May 11-13 Sheraton-Cavalier Classic 9th of 16 309 305 299 913 Neil Connolly 79 74 68 221 Wayne Woolfall 76 77 74 227 Ken Maples 75 81 76 232 Lee Cantrell 79 73 81 233 Rick McCall 88 86 102 276

T13 T28 T46 T54 85

1990-91 Sept. 17-18 Tom O’Briant Memorial T13th of 17 326 329 655 Neil Connolly 81 80 161 Roger Futerman 83 80 163 Robert Tait 83 82 165 Spence Duke 81 85 166 Lee Cantrell 86 89 175 Rick McCall 86 93 179 Oct. 13-14 Buckeye Fall Classic 8th of 14 318 319 306 Neil Connolly 75 75 78 Robert Tait 78 81 77 Lee Cantrell 82 82 73 Roger Futerman 83 81 78 Mike Craig WD WD WD

943 228 236 237 242

T11 31 T32 T52

Nov. 2-4 College of Charleston Invitational T11th of 16 309 314 316 939 Neil Connolly 72 74 80 226 T11 Roger Futerman 77 80 73 230 T22 Robert Tait 78 78 79 235 T38 Lee Cantrell 82 82 84 248 T68 Rick McCall 96 89 86 271 85 Nov. 19-20 Jaguar Classic T14th of 15 308 315 Neil Connolly 75 71 Robert Tait 74 77 Roger Futerman 79 82 Spence Duke 80 85 Mike Craig 86 86

623 146 T5th 151 T26 161 68 165 72 172 74

Feb. 24-26 Shadowmoss Intercollegiate 9th of 16 310 315 625 Robert Tait 75 75 150 Neil Connolly 78 75 153 77 80 157 Lee Cantrell Mike Craig 80 88 168 Rick McCall 93 85 178 Mar. 7-10 Palmetto Classic 18th of 18 334 319 320 Neil Connolly 79 76 75 Lee Cantrell 86 75 83 Mike Craig 82 86 80

9th T19 T34 T73 80

973 230 T28 244 T77 248 T84


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87 91

82 86

82 86

251 T89 265 92

ECU/Greenbriar Int. 9th of 12 221 3rd

Mar. 29-31 Furman Intercollegiate 3rd of 17 316 307 Neil Connolly 76 73 Lee Cantrell 81 77 Roger Futerman 81 78 Robert Tait 78 82 Mike Craig 82 79

623 149 158 159 160 161

T33 T85 T88 T95 T97

Apr. 7-9 Tennessee Tech Invitational Neil Connolly (lost playoff) 145 T1 Apr. 21-23 5th of 8

Southern Conference Champ. 915

May 6-8 Iron Duke Golf Classic 17th of 23 314 315 629 Neil Connolly 75 80 155 T40/142 Roger Futerman 76 79 155 T40/142 Robert Tait 81 76 157 T59/142 Mike Craig 82 80 162 T99/142 Lee Cantrell 89 86 175 140/142 May 9-11 Tar Heel Intercollegiate 10th of 10 317 314 307 938 Robert Tait 77 76 78 231 Roger Futerman 81 77 74 232 Mike Craig 80 78 81 239 Lee Cantrell 83 83 78 244 Neil Connolly 79 DQ 77

T48 T51 55 T57

1991-92 Sept. 13-14 Murray State McDonald’s Int. 12th of 13 312 301 302 915 Neil Connolly 78 68 72 218 T6 Harry Hartman 77 73 73 223 T19 Brad Rose 79 80 81 240 T71 Robert Tait 81 80 79 240 T71 Roger Futerman 78 85 78 241 T74 Oct. Buckeye Fall Classic 11th of 12 323 328 337 Neil Connolly 76 82 80 Robert Tait 81 80 85 Harry Hartman 83 81 86 Jim Jacobs 78 86 89 Roger Futerman 83 85 86 Nov. 11-12 Neil Connolly

988 238 246 250 253 254

T23 T40 T56 T63 T65

Kiawah Island Int. 11th of 18 73 74 69 216 6

Harry Hartman Robert Tait Lee Cantrell Jim Jacobs

78 79 81 84

81 82 80 87

T28 T64 T71 T84

Neil Connolly Bryan Raines Harry Hartman Gareth Lord

80 76 83 86

229 233 238 252

T12 T24 T43 T73

T4 T20 T36 T46 T46

Oct. 9-11 Buckeye Fall Classic T5th of 11 308 314 322 Neil Connolly 78 80 76 Bryan Raines 78 80 81 Robert Tait 77 84 79 Roger Futerman 75 76 89 Harry Hartman 83 78 86

944 234 239 240 240 247

T23 T38 T42 T42 67

75 82 85 88

234 243 246 259

Mar. Citadel Invitational 7th of 15 317 314 Neil Connolly 78 73 Harry Hartman 79 78 Robert Tait 77 86 Lee Cantrell 83 82 Jim Jacobs 84 81

631 151 157 163 165 165

Mar. 27-29 Furman Intercollegiate 20th of 22 319 313 317 Neil Connolly 78 70 74 Robert Tait 74 81 81 Roger Futerman 81 80 83 Chris Jabaley 86 86 79 Harry Hartman 87 82 84

949 222 T17 236 T81 244 T110 251 T116 253 119

Apr. 12-14 Southern Conference Champ. 5th of 8 317 310 312 939 Neil Connolly 76 75 80 231 T11 Harry Hartman 78 79 78 235 16 Roger Futerman 81 79 77 237 19 Robert Tait 84 77 77 238 T20 Brad Rose 82 85 81 248 T33 Apr. 17-19 NCAA District III Champ. T19th of 23 305 298 317 920 Neil Connolly 73 69 76 218 T5 Robert Tait 75 75 75 229 T43 Brad Rose 77 77 82 236 T80 Harry Hartman 81 77 80 238 T89 Roger Futerman 80 81 91 252 T113 Apr. 24-26 Cavalier Classic T12th of 18 301 310 309 920 Neil Connolly 70 72 71 213 T1 (Lost playoff to David Duval) Robert Tait 72 73 77 222 T16 Roger Futerman 77 82 81 240 T82 Harry Hartman 82 83 80 245 88 May 12-13 John Ryan Iron Duke Classic 17th of 20 305 309 614 Neil Connolly 79 71 150 Harry Hartman 71 82 153 Roger Futerman 79 75 154 Robert Tait 76 83 159 Brad Rose 84 81 165 May 21-23 NCAA East Regional Neil Connolly 77 73 79

T36 T54 T61 T91 103

1992-93 Sept. 14-15 Kiawah Island Intercollegiate 7th of 15 297 298 301 896 Neil Connolly 72 75 74 221 T16 Bryan Raines 72 77 74 223 T24 Robert Tait 76 72 76 224 T28 Roger Futerman 77 79 77 233 T51 Harry Hartman 85 74 79 238 T64

Mar. 13-15 12th of 17 Neil Connolly

Oct. 4-6 T5th of 15 Robert Tait

Sheraton-Emerald Int. 315 319 317 951 77 76 76 229 T13

69 78 77 79

Mar. 19-21 Sheraton-Emerald Intercollegiate T11 of 18 314 312 308 934 Neil Connolly 71 74 74 219 2nd Robert Tait 80 78 73 231 T28 Roger Futerman 82 78 80 240 T74 Gareth Lord (I) 82 83 78 242 T79 Brad Rose 83 82 81 246 T86 Harry Hartman 81 82 87 250 T92 Mar. 26-28 Furman Intercollegiate T6th of 21 292 302 Neil Connolly 70 72 70 72 Gareth Lord Robert Tait 76 79 Roger Futerman 76 79 Brad Rose 78 84

594 142 T3 142 T3 155 T68 155 T68 162 T104

Apr. 2-3 Oak Meadow Intercollegiate T3rd of 13 306 294 600 Robert Tait 78 71 149 Neil Connolly 79 72 151 Gareth Lord 74 78 152 Bryan Raines 75 77 152 Brad Rose 82 74 156 Roger Futerman (I)80 78 158

T7 T11 T13 T13 T27 T33

Apr. 18-20 Southern Conference Champ. T2nd of 10 301 302 300 903 Neil Connolly 76 75 70 221 6th Robert Tait 72 75 78 225 T12 Gareth Lord 73 78 77 228 T14 Harry Hartman 80 76 75 231 T19 Bryan Raines 80 76 78 234 T24 Apr. 23-25 Cavalier Classic 15th of 18 306 304 Neil Connolly 75 74 Robert Tait 77 74 Bryan Raines 87 76 Gareth Lord 79 83 Roger Futerman 75 80

319 71 81 82 85 DQ

929 220 232 245 247

T5 T48 83 84

May 8-9 Palmetto Intercollegiate 15th of 18 295 311 302 908 Neil Connolly 72 73 73 218 Roger Futerman 73 80 78 231 Robert Tait 74 81 77 232 Harry Hartman 79 77 76 232 Bryan Raines 76 81 76 233

T9 T61 T68 T68 T71

Brad Rose Bryan Raines

82 82

81 83

163 T101 165 103

May 19-21 NCAA East Regional - No Team Score Neil Connolly 70 74 69 213 T5 June 2-5 NCAA East Regional - No Team Score Neil Connolly 80 71 151 MC 1993-94 Sept. 20-21 Kiawah Island Invitational 14th of 17 300 300 297 897 Gareth Lord 71 70 73 214 10th Hadyn Drew 75 77 72 224 T47 Harry Hartman 75 75 74 224 T47 James van de Griff 79 78 78 235 80 Brad Rose 80 81 83 244 85 Oct. 2-3 EKU Colonel Classic 13th of 14 308 322 310 Tim Turpen 72 82 78 Michael Davie 78 78 80 James Hayes 83 80 79 Bryan Raines 84 86 73 Hadyn Drew 75 82 WD

940 232 236 242 243

T40 54 64 T65 75

Oct. 16-17 Buckeye Fall Classic 6th of 10 317 304 Gareth Lord 76 74 Hadyn Drew 78 74 Harry Hartman 79 78 Buddy Hayes 84 78 Tim Turpen 87 80

621 150 152 157 162 167

T13 T20 T37 T47 55

Mar. 13-15 Seminole Classic 16th of 17 317 308 315 Harry Hartman 80 75 73 Hadyn Drew 80 76 79 Gareth Lord 84 76 82 Tim Turpen 81 81 81 Brad Rose 76 83 86

940 228 235 242 243 245

T44 T61 T78 T80 T84

229 T60

Tennessee Intercollegiate 619 307 312 70 75 145 T1 Lost Playoff Robert Tait 73 76 149 5th Mike Craig 85 78 163 Lee Cantrell 79 85 164 Roger Futerman 87 83 170

Mar. 3rd of 5 Neil Connolly

80 79 78 87

Mizuno Peach State Invitational 309 301 317 927 72 77 78 227 T9

May 11-12 John Ryan Iron Duke Classic 15th of 19 311 311 622 Harry Hartman 74 72 146 T3 Robert Tait 77 79 156 T74 Roger Futerman 78 79 157 T79

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Brad Rose (1992-95) is the swing coach for PGA Tour pro Scott Stallings along with many current and former Mocs.


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | YeaR-BY-YeaR ReSultS 1994-95 Sept. 12-13 Kiawah Island Invitational T15th of 18 298 306 295 899 Harry Hartman 73 76 73 222 Brad Rose 75 75 72 222 Tim Turpen 75 76 75 226 Gareth Lord 77 79 75 231 Bryan Raines 75 83 84 242

T36 T36 T58 T76 T92

Sept. 19-20 Legends/Pepsi Intercollegiate T2nd of 13 294 296 590 Brad Rose 74 73 147 T13 148 T17 Harry Hartman 72 76 James van de Griff 73 76 149 T20 Tim Turpen 75 74 149 T20 Gareth Lord 82 73 155 T49

James van de Griff (1994-97) was an All-SoCon pick in 1997. He finished as runner-up at the league championship that year. Mar. 18-19 2nd of 18 Harry Hartman Hadyn Drew Tim Turpen Gareth Lord Brad Rose Mar. 26-27 19th of 24 Harry Hartman Tim Turpen Hadyn Drew Gareth Lord Brad Rose

Citadel Invitational 292 302 88 73 80 74 80 74 77 78 82 76 Furman Intercollegiate 309 310 73 78 77 77 77 79 82 76 84 80

594 150 154 154 155 158 619 151 154 156 158 164

Mar. 29-30 Tennessee Intercollegiate T1st of 6 (Lost Playoff) 298 305 603 Harry Hartman 74 74 148 Tim Turpen 74 76 150 James van de Griff 72 81 153 Hadyn Drew 78 77 155 Michael Davie 83 78 161

T3 T15 T15 T20 T30

T43 T58 T72 T87 117

T2 T5 T10 T16 T26

Apr. 11-12 Southern Conference Champ. 5th of 10 306 307 314 927 Harry Hartman 71 75 74 220 T3 Hadyn Drew 77 76 83 236 T24 Gareth Lord 81 77 80 238 T29 James van de Griff 79 79 80 238 T29 Tim Turpen 79 80 80 239 T31 Apr. 29-May 1 14th of 15 Harry Hartman Matt Beeler Brad Rose Tim Turpen Hadyn Drew

Cavalier Classic 299 323 77 72 79 76 76 80 77 82 81 DQ

308 75 75 79 78 76

923 224 230 235 237

T22 T44 T63 T70

Oct. Mizuno Peach State Invitational 7th of 18 300 306 301 907 Harry Hartman 76 77 71 224 T12 Brad Rose 75 75 74 224 T12 James van de Griff 73 77 82 232 T43 Tim Turpen 76 78 78 232 T43 Gareth Lord 82 77 78 237 60 Oct. 23-24 John Ryan Iron Duke Fall Classic 25th of 27 325 325 650 Tim Turpen 82 77 159 T76 Michael Davies 77 85 162 T99 Bryan Raines 81 83 164 T109 Brad Rose 85 82 167 T122 Harry Hartman 85 83 168 T128 Mar. 6-7 Bellsouth Mobility Classic T16th of 21 298 306 604 Tim Turpen 74 72 146 Brad Rose 75 75 150 Bryan Raines 74 78 152 James van de Griff 76 81 157 Hadyn Drew 77 80 157

T26 T53 T67 T91 T91

Mar. 12-14 Seminole Classic 8th of 17 286 303 304 Tim Turpen 69 77 76 Harry Hartman 69 77 77 James van de Griff 74 72 78 Brad Rose 74 77 76 Hadyn Drew 77 78 75

893 222 223 224 227 230

T22 T28 T32 T49 T60

Mar. 17-18 Citadel Invitational 4th of 14 303 315 Hadyn Drew 76 75 Tim Turpen 77 76 Harry Hartman 74 82 Bryan Raines 76 82 Brad Rose 84 82

618 151 153 156 158 166

T6 T12 T22 T27 T53

Mar. 25-26 Furman Intercollegiate T21st of 24 306 315 318 Tim Turpen 74 72 83 Hadyn Drew 77 81 77 Harry Hartman 76 82 81 James van de Griff 84 83 77 Brad Rose 79 80 85

939 229 T39 235 T84 239 T103 244 T118 244 T118

Mar. 30-31 Pacific Coast Intercollegiate T10th of 22 296 306 297 899 Bryan Raines 72 76 72 220 T10

Harry Hartman 71 Hadyn Drew 78 James van de Griff 78 Tim Turpen 75

76 76 78 83

76 72 78 77

223 226 234 235

T20 T43 T94 T97

Apr. 11-12 Southern Conference Champ. 5th of 10 300 310 301 911 Tim Turpen 71 77 73 221 T3 Hadyn Drew 72 79 76 227 12th Harry Hartman 75 80 77 232 T18 Bryan Raines 82 74 82 238 T34 James van de Griff 83 80 75 238 T34 Hole in One: 1st round 6/132 yds/9 iron Apr. 28-30 Cavalier Classic 10th of 17 302 295 Harry Hartman 76 71 Tim Turpen 74 74 James van de Griff 75 75 Bryan Raines 77 81 Hadyn Drew 83 75

908 223 227 227 237

T18 T37 T37 T67

1995-96 Sept. 11-12 Kiawah Island Invitational T15th of 18 300 304 302 906 James van de Griff 72 72 77 221 Steve Smith 77 79 72 228 Tyler Hill 75 75 78 228 Nicu Nastase 78 80 75 233 Bryan Raines 76 78 80 234

T17 T42 T42 T67 T71

Sept. 18-19 11th of 15 Steve Smith Nicu Nastase Tyler Hill Brian Lackey Andy Stiffel

311 76 79 77 79 WD

Legends/Pepsi Intercollegiate 306 305 611 77 73 150 T25 76 76 152 T36 76 79 155 T52 80 77 157 T66 77 80 157 T66

Oct. 1-3 Mizuno Peach State Invitational T11th of 18 308 293 305 906 Bryan Raines 77 71 74 224 T21 James van de Griff 75 72 76 223 T23 Michael Hodges 78 72 75 232 T31 Dustin Gill 78 78 82 238 T73 Oliver Darby 83 80 80 243 T85 Oct. 14-15 UTC State Farm Intercollegiate 2nd of 11 306 299 294 899 Steve Smith 76 73 73 222 T2 Nicu Nastase 74 76 73 223 T5 Bryan Raines 76 74 74 224 T7 Tyler Hill 80 81 74 235 T31 Michael Hodges 84 76 82 242 T44 Dustin Gill (I) 75 Oliver Darby (I) 82 Andy Stiffel (I) 86 Brian Lackey (I) 84 Ryan Mahoney (I) 94

232 245 248 248 256

T23 50 T54 T54 58

Nov 3-4 Stanford Fall Invitational 15th of 16 309 318 306 933 James van de Griff 78 78 76 232 Nicu Nastase 76 81 78 235 Bryan Raines 77 81 77 235 Tyler Hill 78 78 81 237 Steve Smith 81 82 75 238

T58 T65 T65 T70 T72

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80 79 84 81 83

77 84 78 83 79

Mar. 4-5 Bellsouth/UCF Invitational 15th of 18 308 306 308 922 Michael Hodges 73 76 77 226 James van de Griff 78 75 76 229 Bryan Raines 77 77 78 232 Tyler Hill 80 78 79 237 Steve Smith 83 82 77 242

T38 T56 T62 77 T83

Mar. 11-12 Seminole Classic 13th of 18 312 310 Nicu Nastase 75 78 Bryan Raines 79 76 James van de Griff 79 77 Tyler Hill 79 79 Dustin Gill 82 80

622 153 155 156 158 162

T36 T47 T54 T65 T84

Mar. 15-16 Wofford Invitational T8th of 12 307 301 Bryan Raines 74 77 Dustin Gill 76 75 James van de Griff 80 74 Nicu Nastase 81 75 Tyler Hill 77 81

608 151 151 154 156 158

T23 T23 T36 T40 T47

Mar. 25-26 Furman Intercollegiate 16th of 25 310 307 317 James van de Griff 76 74 74 Bryan Raines 72 75 79 79 81 81 Andy Stiffel Dustin Gill 84 78 83 Nicu Nastase 83 80 84

934 224 T19 226 T27 241 T97 245 T117 247 T125

Mar. 29-31 Southern Junior-Senior Invite 5th of 11 306 309 306 921 James van de Griff 69 77 70 216 T2 Andy Stiffel 81 78 81 230 Bryan Raines 75 76 81 232 Michael Hodges 81 78 74 233 Dustin Gill 83 81 85 249 Apr. 14-16 Southern Conference Champ. T5th of 10 315 319 315 949 James van de Griff 78 79 75 232 T9 Andy Stiffel 78 79 80 237 T18 Bryan Raines 78 83 78 239 T22 Dustin Gill 81 80 82 243 T27 Michael Hodges 83 81 83 247 T34 1996-97 Sept. 9-10 Kiawah Island Invitational T7th of 18 292 294 289 906 Rohan Allwood 72 72 72 216 Andy Stiffel 78 71 69 218 Francois Nicolas 69 72 79 220 James van de Griff 73 86 69 228 Nicu Nastase 80 79 81 240

T12 T24 T30 T65 T87

Sept. 30- Oct. 1 Mizuno Peach State Invitational 10th of 18 315 308 302 925 James van de Griff 78 73 74 225 T13 Rohan Allwood 79 78 73 230 T29 Francois Nicolas 77 76 79 232 T39 Steve Smith 82 81 76 239 T62 Andy Stiffel 81 84 80 245 T77 Oct. 14-15 UTC State Farm Intercollegiate 6th of 16 293 298 297 888 James van de Griff 73 72 70 215 T5


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70 74 77 76

73 76 78 77

75 77 75 77

218 227 230 230

T12 T40 T52 T52

Andy Stiffel (I) Nicu Nastase (I) Oliver Darby (I) Ryan Mahoney (I) Matt Souther (I)

71 80 77 76 91

79 77 83 86 96

72 76 77 81 94

222 233 237 243 281

T24 T63 77 86 88

Oct. 21-22 Amoco Ultimate - Young Oil Int. 10th of 16 312 313 318 943 Steve Smith 74 75 77 226 T4 James van de Griff 78 76 82 236 T39 Erik Knudson 80 80 80 240 T49 Andy Stiffel 80 85 79 244 T56 Rohan Allwood 80 82 85 247 T64 Oct. 28-29 USA Fall Beach Classic 17th of 17 309 318 306 James van de Griff 73 80 71 Andy Stiffel 73 76 75 Erik Knudson 81 73 78 Steve Smith 79 81 75 Nicu Nastase 75 85 76

933 224 224 232 235 236

Feb. 21-23 USF/Ron Smith Invitational 10th of 21 313 302 310 925 James van de Griff 83 69 73 225 Rohan Allwood 78 79 78 235 Erik Knudson 78 79 79 236 Steve Smith 81 75 80 236 Francois Nicolas 76 WD 80 xx

T47 T47 T78 82 T83

T9 T50 T55 T55 105

Mar. 3-4 Emerald Coast Collegiate 4th of 14 287 297 289 873 James van de Griff 75 72 70 217 Steve Smith 75 71 73 219 Erik Knudson 68 79 73 220 Rohan Allwood 71 77 74 222 Francois Nicolas 73 77 73 223

T5 T9 T13 T21 T23

Mar. 21-22 Pepsi/Bradford Creek Classic 5th of 24 299 295 293 887 Erik Knudson 72 70 76 218 Rohan Allwood 76 75 71 222 Steve Smith 78 75 73 226 Andy Stiffel 76 78 73 227 James van de Griff 75 75 81 231

T10 T20 T45 T47 T66

Francois Nicolas (I) 72

68

73

Mar. 28-30 Furman Intercollegiate 14th of 28 301 304 299 James van de Griff 75 70 77 Erik Knudson 76 79 72 Andy Stiffel 75 79 76 Francois Nicolas 83 76 74 Rohan Allwood 75 80 84

Apr. 25-26 Wofford Invitational 9th of 10 309 293 304 James van de Griff 70 74 77 Francois Nicolas 78 73 76 Andy Stiffel 80 74 75 Erik Knudson 81 72 77 Steve Smith 86 79 76

906 221 227 229 230 241

19 T36 T40 T42 T52

1997-98 Sept. 8-9 Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate 15th of 17 299 295 305 899 Zeke Arter 72 73 73 218 T16 Andy Stiffel 74 74 74 222 T35 Michael Rogers 76 78 77 231 T57 Nicu Nastase 78 73 81 232 T62 Brendon Wilson 77 75 82 234 T70 Sept. 15-16 Palmetto Classic T11th of 18 304 285 296 Michael Rogers 70 71 76 Zeke Arter 79 70 70 Brendon Wilson 77 71 74 Andy Stiffel 78 73 76 Justin White 87 78 84

885 217 219 222 227 249

T20 T29 T47 T64 90

Sept. 22-23 Mizuno Peach State Invitational T5th of 17 305 281 295 881 Brendon Wilson 75 65 73 213 T3 Michael Rogers 77 66 78 221 T25 Andy Stiffel 76 71 75 222 T27 Nicu Nastase 78 79 72 229 T53 Zeke Arter 77 83 75 235 79

74 80

75 87

904 222 T28 227 T58 230 T76 233 T103 239 T130

Apr. 14-15 Southern Conference Champ. 6th of 10 323 318 314 955 James van de Griff 80 71 72 222 2 Steve Smith 78 79 82 239 18 Francois Nicolas 83 83 79 245 31 Andy Stiffel 84 85 78 247 33 Erik Knudson 82 87 80 249 T36

Mar. 14-15 Birkdale Collegiate 13th of 15 318 306 301 Brendon Wilson 73 71 74 Michael Rogers 81 72 76 Steve Smith 82 79 74 Matt Vick 82 84 77 Matt Mathis 91 86 82

925 218 229 235 243 259

73 72

76 79

229 T75 230 T81

Oct. 26-27 ODU/Seascape Collegiate 14th of 21 292 287 579 Brendon Wilson 68 72 140 Andy Stiffel 73 71 144 Michael Rogers 70 75 145 Nicu Nastase 81 69 150 Matt Mathis 87 79 166

T5 T23 T29 T49 T87

T6 T17 T50 T52 T65

Mar. 27-29 Furman Intercollegiate 10th of 25 305 301 301 Brendon Wilson 76 70 72 Steve Smith 77 74 75 Michael Rogers 77 77 77 Andy Stiffel 75 85 77 Ryan Mahoney 81 80 82

907 218 T6 226 T40 231 T72 237 T108 243 T125

Matt Mathis (I) 74 Nicu Nastase (I) 80

232 T81 241 T121

Feb. 19-21 USF/Ron Smith Invitational 8th of 17 305 294 306 905 Brendon Wilson 77 69 73 219 Toby Geren 74 72 78 224 Michael Rogers 78 77 77 232 Andy Stiffel 76 79 78 233 Jacob Wilson 80 76 81 237

928 227 230 237 241 241

Mar. 5-7 Fripp Island Intercollegiate 7th of 16 298 291 305 894 Brendon Wilson 77 73 70 220 Andy Stiffel 78 72 76 226 Toby Geren 77 71 78 226 Michael Rogers 70 76 81 227 Matt Vick 74 75 90 239

81 77

77 84

Apr. 6-7 Wofford Invitational 12th of 18 312 302 314 Steve Smith 76 73 78 Michael Rogers 80 77 73 Andy Stiffel 75 79 83 Brendon Wilson 82 73 86 Matt Vick 81 80 80

T17 T29 T60 T76 T76

147 151 154 159 162

1998-99 Sept. 14-15 Palmetto Classic 15th of 18 297 304 310 Brendon Wilson 72 74 77 Jacob Wilson 73 79 72 Michael Rogers 73 79 79 Andy Stiffel 80 73 82 Nicu Nastase 79 78 83

Steve Smith (I) 7880

T26

911 223 224 231 235 240

T33 T38 T63 T74 T82

Mar. 19-20 Pepsi Intercollegiate 14th of 25 298 302 295 Toby Geren 75 71 75 Brendon Wilson 73 81 69 Andy Stiffel 78 76 72 Matt Vick 73 80 79 Michael Rogers 77 75 81

T22 T30 T35 T88 T88

Sept. 27-28 Vandal Fall Classic 7th of 14 291 284 299 Brendon Wilson 73 69 71 Andy Stiffel 72 74 75 Steve Smith 72 71 78 Michael Rogers 75 70 77 Nicu Nastase 74 74 76

874 213 221 221 222 224

T9 T36 T36 T46 T53

Apr. 5-6 UNC Greensboro Classic T9th of 17 305 300 605 Michael Rogers 71 74 145 Andy Stiffel 78 74 152 Jacob Wilson 77 75 152 Brendon Wilson 79 77 156 Toby Geren 80 77 157

T15 T29 T33 79 T80

Oct. 12-13 UTC Amedisys Intercollegiate 3rd of 17 284 288 291 863 brendon Wilson 67 66 72 205 1st Andy Stiffel 74 71 70 215 T10 Matt Mathis 70 75 74 219 T21 Nicu Nastase 73 76 75 224 T36 Steve Smith 79 77 84 240 T81

213 T2 Feb. 20-22 USF/Ron Smith Invitational T10th of 18 299 291 290 880 Brendon Wilson 71 72 72 215 Andy Stiffel 74 74 71 219 Steve Smith 77 70 73 220 Nicu Nastase 77 75 82 234 Matt Vick 80 81 74 235

T18 T26 T29 T78 T81

80 79

Mar. 15-16 Citadel Invitational 3rd of 14 305 302 607 michael rogers 72 75 Toby Geren 72 79 Brendon Wilson 79 75 Andy Stiffel 86 73 Matt Vick 82 80

225 T62 243 T108

Oct. 27-28 ODU/Seascape Collegiate 14th of 21 302 301 603 Brendon Wilson 72 73 145 Michael Rogers 73 75 148 Steve Smith 76 76 152 Nicu Nastase 81 77 158 Andy Stiffel 81 77 158

Matt Mathis Nicu Nastase

Apr. 13-14 Southern Conference Champ. T4th of 11 292 295 314 901 Brendon Wilson 69 74 77 220 T5 Steve Smith 71 74 78 223 T13 Michael Rogers 75 74 76 225 T17 Matt Vick 77 73 83 233 T29 Andy Stiffel 79 76 83 238 T40

Oct. 13-14 UTC Columbia Intercollegiate 12th of 22 294 295 295 884 Brendon Wilson 73 75 67 215 T8 Steve Smith 73 75 73 221 T37 Andy Stiffel 75 73 75 223 T47 Michael Rogers 77 72 80 229 T76 Nicu Nastase 73 76 82 231 T86 Matt Mathis (I) 76 Ryan Mahoney (I) 76

Mar. 20-21 Pepsi/Bradford Creek Classic 12th of 19 286 289 306 881 Steve Smith 71 74 73 218 Michael Rogers 74 72 73 219 Brendon Wilson 70 72 78 220 Matt Mathis 71 72 85 228 Matt Vick 74 73 82 229

4th T34 T57 T74 89

Michael Rogers (I) 72 Jacob Wilson (I) 75 Casey Loftin (I) 79

72 75 84

68 76 75

212 T5 226 T43 238 T78

Oct. 19-20 Gary Koch/Cleveland Golf Invite 16th of 18 304 287 296 887 Brendon Wilson 74 68 75 217 T23 Andy Stiffel 76 76 69 221 T38 Michael Rogers 75 74 76 225 T59

47

158

T13 T32 T32 T36

1st T10 T17 T28 T35

895 221 T14 223 T24 226 T56 232 T97 233 T101

T10 T36 T36 T66 T73

Apr. 16-18 Southern Conference Champ. T6th of 12 305 317 311 933 Brendon Wilson 71 77 76 224 T4 Toby Geren 75 79 80 234 24 Michael Rogers 83 79 76 238 T32 Jacob Wilson 79 82 79 240 T36 Andy Stiffel 80 83 82 245 T44 Apr. 23-24 Wofford Intercollegiate 12th of 13 300 307 302 909 Brendon Wilson 72 76 71 219 Jacob Wilson 79 72 77 228 Toby Geren 76 75 78 229 Andy Stiffel 73 84 77 234 Matt Vick 80 85 77 242

T20 T46 T49 T56 64


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Falcon-Cross Creek Invite 307 298 314 919 75 71 77 223 78 71 78 227 79 77 77 233 75 79 82 236 82 80 84 246

Sept. 27-28 13th of 14 Jeremy Loftis Kyle Flodder Rocky Mankin Zeke Arter Casey Loftin

GSU Precept Peach State Invite 307 311 618 77 75 152 43 77 80 157 55 78 80 158 56 75 84 159 60 85 76 161 68

Oct. 4-5 Chattanooga Intercollegiate 12th of 14 306 322 295 923 Jeffrey Greeson 79 78 71 228 Rocky Mankin 74 79 75 228 Casey Loftin 74 81 76 231 Ryan Owens 79 86 73 238 Neil Scott 81 84 87 252 Zeke Arter (I) Jeremy Loftis (I)

76 81

71 84

74 83

T31 T52 T89 T98 119

T27 T27 T45 T63 T77

221 T12 248 T75

Oct. 25 ODU/Seascape Collegiate 15th of 19 317 299 616 Casey Loftin 74 74 148 Zeke Arter 80 73 153 Rocky Mankin 79 76 155 Jeffrey Greeson 84 76 160 Ryan Owens 86 90 176

T19 T45 T61 T77 95

Nov. 8-9 Charleston Southern Fall Invite 12th of 17 306 298 604 Zeke Arter 76 71 147 T24 Rocky Mankin 76 73 149 T35 Jeffrey Greeson 74 76 150 T41 Casey Loftin 80 78 158 T70 Ryan Owens 83 79 162 80 Feb. 25-27 USF/Ron Smith Invitational 17th of 18 315 311 304 930 Rocky Mankin 75 79 69 223 Toby Geren 81 77 76 234 Ryan Owens 77 81 77 235 Jeffrey Greeson 82 77 82 241 Sam Cooper 83 78 85 246 Mar. 4-5 15th of 18 Jake Wilson Rocky Mankin Ryan Owens Toby Geren Neil Scott

Wolverine South Invite 332 322 79 81 82 80 89 76 82 85 93 86

Mar. 13-14 Citadel Invitational 7th of 15 318 311 Jake Wilson 77 78 Ryan Owens 81 76 Toby Geren 79 79 Rocky Mankin 83 78 Jeffrey Greeson 81 83

654 160 162 165 167 179 629 155 157 158 161 164

T23 T71 T76 T83 88

T37 T48 T66 T79 88

Mar. 17-18 Bradford Creek Intercollegiate 20th of 21 303 320 623 Rocky Mankin 76 79 155 T80 Ryan Owens 79 77 156 T90 Toby Geren 72 85 157 T93 Jacob Wilson 78 79 157 T93 Jeffrey Greeson 77 87 164 106 Mar. 24-25 EKU Invite 16th of 21 303 317 Jacob Wilson 74 75 Ryan Owens 73 83 Rocky Mankin 79 79 Casey Loftin 79 80 Neil Scott 85 84

Apr. 8-9 Furman Intercollegiate 16th of 19 302 317 311 Jacob Wilson 72 78 79 Toby Geren 73 83 76 Jeffrey Greeson 78 78 78 Rocky Mankin 79 78 78 Ryan Owens 82 86 83

932 226 233 236 245 250 930 229 232 234 235 251

T13 T61 T72 T76 98

T47 T60 T66 73 93

Apr. 21-23 Southern Conference Champ. 7th of 12 315 303 294 912 Rocky Mankin 78 79 71 228 T17 Toby Geren 78 74 77 229 T21 Jacob Wilson 81 79 72 232 T30 Ryan Owens 81 77 74 232 T20 Jeffrey Greeson 78 73 84 235 T39 2000-01 Sept. 18-19 Coca-Cola Tourney of Champions 14th of 14 315 306 316 937 Matt Brock 73 75 80 228 T63 Rocky Mankin 80 73 80 233 72 Per Oloffson 78 81 78 237 75 Nick Bamber 84 80 78 242 76 Ryan Owens 85 78 84 247 77 Sept. 29-30 Colonel Classic 5th of 19 307 292 Matt Brock 75 71 Jacob Wilson 75 71 Toby Geren 78 74 Nick Bamber 79 76 Rocky Mankin 81 77

302 73 81 75 74 80

901 219 227 227 229 238

Oct. 9-10 Chattanooga Intercollegiate 4th of 17 300 302 289 891 Nick Bamber 71 76 71 218 Toby Geren 79 74 70 223 Jacob Wilson 78 76 70 224 Rocky Mankin 74 76 78 228 Matt Brock 77 79 80 236 Per Olofsson (I)

70

Nathan Rhatigan (I)82

Brent Mahoney (I) 85 Tim Vickers (I) 89 James Hardy (I) W T14 T21 T26 T36 T48

312 77 76 78 86 81

77 82 79 83 79

79 78 88 83 82

226 242 252 255 W

T2 T24 T24 T37 T81

T4 T18 T20 T29 T54 T25 T71 T79 80

oct. 23-24 louisiana Tech invite 1st of 12 292 292 293 887 Per olofsson 74 66 69 209 1 Toby Geren 71 75 72 218 T6 Rocky Mankin 75 77 75 227 26

Jacob Wilson Nick Bamber

72 79

80 74

77 78

229 T31 231 T41

nov. 6-7 Charleston southern fall inv. 1st of 15 283 296 579 Rocky Mankin 70 72 142 T2 Nathan Rhatigan 70 75 145 T13 Toby Geren 73 73 146 T17 Jake Wilson 70 76 146 T17 Per Olofsson 77 78 155 T59 Feb. 23-25 USF/Ron Smith Invitational T10th of 18 304 301 303 908 Toby Geren 78 73 72 223 Jacob Wilson 77 75 76 228 Rocky Mankin 74 78 77 229 Matt Brock 79 75 80 234 Ryan Owens 75 85 78 238 Mar. 3-4 Wolverine South Invite 14th of 15 321 310 Jake Wilson 79 77 Toby Geren 79 79 Rocky Mankin 80 79 Matt Brock 83 76 Nick Bamber 83 78

631 156 158 159 159 161

Mar. 11-13 Ironwood Intercollegiate 14th of 18 317 312 314 943 Matt Brock 77 76 80 233 Toby Geren 78 78 77 233 Nick Bamber 80 80 76 236 Rocky Mankin 82 78 81 241 James Hardy 85 83 82 250 Mar. 23-25 Furman Intercollegiate 16th of 21 312 303 304 Toby Geren 79 74 74 Jacob Wilson 78 76 77 Nick Bamber 75 85 72 Rocky Mankin 80 77 81 Tim Vickers 82 76 81 Apr. 9-10 Belmont Invitational T10th of 18 295 297 297 Toby Geren 74 73 76 Jacob Wilson 74 75 74 Rocky Mankin 71 79 74 Nick Bamber 78 73 73 Nathan Rhatigan 76 76 80

919 227 231 232 239 239 889 223 223 224 224 232

T20 T38 T43 T61 T72

T43 T49 T54 T54 T62

T46 T46 T56 T70 T92

T49 T69 T72 T89 T92

T34 T34 T42 T42 T69

Apr. 20-22 Southern Conference Champ. 7th of 12 295 296 283 874 Rocky Mankin 71 73 66 210 6 Nick Bamber 73 77 72 222 T31 Jacob Wilson 74 74 75 223 T34 Toby Geren 79 72 74 225 T37 Tim Vickers 77 79 71 227 T41 2001-02 Sept. 17-18 Gulf Coast Collegiate 2nd of 12 294 300 Rocky Mankin 69 75 Jacob Wilson 74 73 Toby Geren 74 74 Ryan Owens 77 78 Matt Brock 81 82

48

594 144 147 148 155 163

T4 T9 T11 T29 T50

Oct. 1-2 Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate 9th of 15 297 299 297 893 Toby Geren 70 69 72 211 3 Jacob Wilson 71 75 82 228 T48 Rocky Mankin 77 75 79 231 T59 Ryan Owens 79 80 73 232 T61 Nick Bamber 79 84 73 236 70 Oct. 8-9 River Landing Intercollegiate 15th of 18 310 306 307 923 Toby Geren 76 75 72 223 T14 Tim Vickers 84 78 73 235 T56 Jacob Wilson 72 75 89 236 T62 Ryan Owens 79 80 80 239 T73 Rocky Mankin 83 78 82 243 T82 Oct. 15-16 Chattanooga Intercollegiate 6th of 18 287 288 299 874 Tim Vickers 74 64 75 213 Matt Brock 71 74 72 217 Nick Bamber 72 73 77 222 Toby Geren 70 81 75 226 Rocky Mankin 75 77 77 229 Brent Mahoney (I) 86

84

T14 T20 T39 T51 T60

88

258 T68

Oct. 22-23 Louisiana Tech Invite 3rd of 18 298 303 312 Toby Geren 72 75 75 Rocky Mankin 75 70 79 Tim Vickers 81 79 78 Matt Brock 79 79 80 Per Olofsson 72 83 86

913 222 3 224 4 238 T46 238 T46 241 T54

Feb. 22-24 USF/Ron Smith Invitational T14th of 18 307 307 614 Toby Geren 75 75 150 Tim Vickers 76 77 153 Rocky Mankin 78 77 155 Jacob Wilson 78 78 156 Ryan Owens 82 78 160

T30 T45 T51 T60 T78

Mar. 12-13 13th of 14 Nick Bamber Per Olfsson Tim Vickers Ryan Owens

T32 T52 T55 T60

Sacramento State Invite 320 314 319 953 79 73 77 229 79 83 77 239 81 78 81 240 81 80 84 245

Furman Intercollegiate Mar. 22-24 13th of 24 299 307 302 Toby Geren 71 78 71 Rocky Mankin 75 72 76 Jacob Wilson 76 84 75 Nick Bamber 81 77 80 Tim Vickers 77 80 82

908 220 T14 223 T24 235 T91 238 T103 239 T107

Apr. 8-9 Belmont Invitational 5th of 18 315 288 290 Matt Brock 76 72 71 Rocky Mankin 80 72 71 Ryan Owens 81 71 73 Toby Geren 78 73 75 Brent Mahoney 81 83 75

893 219 223 225 226 239

Apr. 19-21 9th of 11 Nick Bamber

T6 T16 T28 T33 T76

Southern Conference Champ. 298 290 313 901 74 67 78 219 T20


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75 72 81 77

74 76 73 82

74 79 82 82

2002-03 Sept. 16-17 Gulf Coast Collegiate 12th of 12 311 311 Rocky Mankin 78 73 Matt Brock 78 78 Ryan Owens 81 77 Brent Mahoney 75 83 Nathan Rhatigan 80 83 Oct. 14-15 3rd of 14 Justin Carter Ryan Owens Matt Brock Rocky Mankin Matthew Reed Gary Ferguson Nathan Rhatigan Tyson Elliott Brent Mahoney Billy Land

223 227 236 241

622 151 156 158 158 163

29 T31 T47 54

T22 T42 T52 T52 T61

Sonic/Chattanooga Intercollegiate 291 282 295 868 71 69 72 212 T6 70 69 74 213 9 73 76 73 222 T30 77 68 78 223 T32 86 76 79 238 T67

Blue Team (14th of 14)

74 82 75 75 83 306

71 68 77 78 76 292

77 78 76 79 79 310

222 228 228 232 238 908

T30 T44 T44 57 T67

Jose Ramirez (I) Mark Welsh (I) Michael Shinn (I)

76 74 79

74 75 85

71 77 75

221 T27 226 T40 239 70

Oct. 21-22 14th of 14 Matt Brock Ryan Owens Justin Carter Rocky Mankin Gary Ferguson

Coca-Cola Tourney of Champions 304 396 600 75 73 148 T45 78 71 149 T50 75 77 152 T62 77 75 152 T62 77 84 161 77

Nov. 9-10 5th of 9 Matt Brock Ryan Owens Jose Ramirez Gary Ferguson Rocky Mankin

Shootout at Burning Ridge 308 302 610 74 71 145 76 77 153 81 74 155 77 82 159 82 80 162

T4 T16 T19 T32 T35

Nov. 18-19 Mission Inn Collegiate Classic 5th of 10 303 305 608 matt brock 74 71 145 1 Ryan Owens 73 79 152 T16 Brent Mahoney 79 79 158 T37 Rocky Mankin 78 83 161 T50 Nathan Rhatigan 82 79 161 T50 Feb. 21-23 USF/Dick Wittcoff Invitational 13th of 15 317 308 314 939 Gary Ferguson 77 75 74 226 T11 Matt Brock 77 78 79 234 T33 Ryan Owens 82 79 81 242 T58 Tyson Elliott 82 85 80 247 T65 Nathan Rhatigan 81 76 W Mar. 1-2 6th of 7 Matt Brock

GEICO Direct Collegiate 328 320 648 78 75 153

5

Andy Burris Tyson Elliott Gary Ferguson Justin Carter

77 89 86 87

79 81 85 86

156 7 170 T35 171 T38 173 40

Mar. 10-11 Southern California Int. T6th of 9 304 300 301 905 Ryan Owens 75 74 73 222 Matt Brock 77 73 76 226 Rocky Mankin 77 75 74 226 Andy Burris 75 78 78 231 Tyson Elliott 82 78 80 240

T13 T20 T20 T29 T39

Mar. 21-23 Furman Intercollegiate 17th of 22 313 312 305 Matt Brock 76 74 75 Gary Ferguson 78 79 74 Nathan Rhatigan 79 81 77 Ryan Owens 80 81 79 Andy Burris 82 78 80

930 225 231 237 240 240

T35 T65 T84 T96 T96

Apr. 7-8 Belmont Invitational 14th of 21 310 285 304 Ryan Owens 69 71 80 Matt Brock 78 71 76 Andy Burris 78 72 75 Gary Ferguson 87 71 77 Nathan Rhatigan 85 78 76

899 220 225 225 235 239

T27 T48 T48 T93 100

Apr. 18-20 Southern Conference Champ. 9th of 11 309 312 304 925 Matt Brock 74 75 73 222 T14 Gary Ferguson 76 80 79 235 T40 85 80 73 238 T48 Ryan Owens Nathan Rhatigan 80 77 83 240 T53 Brent Mahoney 79 83 79 241 55 2003-04 Sept. 15-16 Gulf Coast Collegiate 5th of 11 299 305 Thomas Smith 75 68 Stephen Fritsch 70 77 Tyson Elliott 79 77 Matt Brock 75 83 Andy Burris 81 84 Sept. 29-30 Blue Demon Invite 2nd of 15 300 289 303 Matt Brock 73 70 75 Andy Burris 75 73 77 Thomas Smith 79 71 76 Bryce Ledford 76 75 79 Stephen Fritsch 76 83 75

604 143 147 156 158 165

T3 T9 T32 T40 T56

892 218 225 226 230 234

T3 13 14 T22 T36

Oct. 13-14 Sonic/Chattanooga Int. 2nd of 14 279 278 282 839 Bryce Ledford 68 67 73 208 Matt Brock 69 70 70 209 Tyson Elliott 73 71 66 210 Andy Burris 69 71 73 213 Stephen Fritsch 73 70 73 216

T3 5 T6 T15 T27

Oct. 20-21 Pirate Fall Intercollegiate T9th of 18 296 292 313 901 Matt Brock 73 72 75 220 Bryce Ledford 71 75 75 221 Stephen Fritsch (I) 72 73 79 224 Tyson Elliott 74 73 86 233

T9 T13 T27 T68

Thomas Smith Andy Burris

81 78

75 72

77 DQ

233 T68 DQ

Oct. 30-31 ODU/Seascape Intercollegiate 9th of 18 312 297 609 Thomas Smith 75 73 148 T26 Tyson Elliott 76 76 152 T44 Stephen Fritsch 83 71 154 T52 Matt Brock 78 77 155 T56 Bryce Ledford 84 79 163 75 Feb. 20-22 USF/Dick Wittcoff Invitational 10th of 14 304 310 301 915 Matt Brock 79 76 72 227 T26 Mitch Brock 74 78 76 228 T32 Stephen Fritsch 78 77 75 230 45 Gary Ferguson 73 82 78 233 T50 Tyson Elliott 84 79 78 241 T66 Mar. 8-9 Winthrop-Waterford Invite 2nd of 19 300 295 595 Thomas Smith 72 70 142 Matt Brock 73 75 148 Stephen Fritsch 74 75 149 Mitch Brock 81 75 156 Bryce Ledford 81 78 159 Mar. 13-14 GEICO Direct Collegiate 3rd of 18 307 303 304 Bryce Ledford 80 70 74 Mitch Brock 75 81 73 Matt Brock 73 79 78 Thomas Smith 79 78 79 Stephen Fritsch 84 76 DQ

2 T9 T11 T37 T52

B Team Zachary Jaworski Gordon Strother Tyson Elliott Stephen Fritsch Scott Vick

72 73 80 75 78

68 72 68 76 73

72 76 74 74 78

212 221 222 225 229

T4 T30 35 T42 T59

Sept. 27-28 Cardinal Intercollegiate T15th of 19 302 302 303 907 Thomas Smith 76 73 76 225 Anthony Reale 77 77 71 225 Bryce Ledford 76 79 76 231 Gary Ferguson 73 77 81 231 Mitch Brock 81 75 80 236

T32 T32 T77 T77 T91

Oct. 8-10 Mission Inn Collegiate 5th of 20 291 293 293 bryce ledford 68 68 71 Tyson Elliott 77 76 72 Thomas Smith 75 72 79 Gordon Strother 71 78 79 Anthony Reale 81 77 71

877 207 225 226 226 229

1 T33 T36 T49 T52

Oct. 18 Sonic/Chattanooga Int. 4th of 14 286 297 583 Stephen Fritsch 68 72 140 Tyson Elliott 71 73 144 Thomas Smith 74 73 147 Bryce Ledford 72 79 151 Gary Ferguson 77 78 155

T6 T20 T32 T49 T61

Anthony Reale (I) 68 Gordon Strother (I)71 Mitch Brock (I) 74 Zachary Jaworski (I)73 Scott Vick (I) 80

T21 T21 T37 T37 T54

914 224 229 230 236

T4 T7 T9 T49

Mar. 26-28 Furman Intercollegiate T12th of 20 310 304 296 Thomas Smith 76 77 72 Stephen Fritsch 77 77 73 Bryce Ledford 80 73 75 Matt Brock 77 77 76 Mitch Brock 80 79 76

910 225 227 228 230 235

T23 T34 T40 T54 T87

Apr. 5-6 Belmont Invitational T3rd of 19 288 290 290 Matt Brock 71 71 72 Stephen Fritsch 69 76 72 Thomas Smith 71 75 74 Bryce Ledford 77 71 72 Gary Ferguson 80 73 74

Oct. 25-26 F&M Bank APSU Intercollegiate 4th of 16 288 277 295 860 Bryce Ledford 71 70 71 212 T6 Thomas Smith 74 68 72 214 T12 Anthony Reale 76 71 74 221 T46 Stephen Fritsch 73 68 82 223 T54 Tyson Elliott 70 75 78 223 T54

868 214 217 220 220 227

T4 T13 T20 T20 T61

Gordon Strother (I)70

Apr. 18-20 Southern Conference Champ. 5th of 12 298 303 298 899 Matt Brock 74 71 73 218 3 Mitch Brock 74 74 75 223 T10 Thomas Smith 73 81 75 229 T28 Stephen Fritsch 78 78 75 231 T37 Bryce Ledford 77 80 77 234 48 2004-05 sept. 20-21 buffalo rock/so. showdown 1st of 14 286 284 284 854 bryce ledford 72 69 67 208 1 Thomas Smith 69 71 77 217 T15 Gary Ferguson 73 73 72 218 T19 Anthony Reale 72 71 76 219 T22 Mitch Brock 76 75 69 220 T26

49

77 74 74 75 74

74

145 145 148 148 154

75

Feb. 14-15 Matlock Collegiate 7th of 15 304 305 291 Gordon Strother 75 70 70 Thomas Smith 76 78 73 Bryce Ledford 76 79 74 Gary Ferguson 79 78 74 Anthony Reale 77 84 75

219 T34 900 215 227 229 231 236

5 T29 T38 T45 T62

Mar. 4-6 USF/Dick Wittcoff Invitational 8th of 15 311 309 295 915 Thomas Smith 74 77 73 224 10 Anthony Reale 81 78 81 230 T30 Gordon Strother 79 75 77 231 T34 Bryce Ledford 78 79 74 231 T34 Tyson Elliott 80 80 81 241 T70 Mar. 12-13 GEICO Direct Collegiate 2nd of 7 301 317 311 Bryce Ledford 75 77 74 Thomas Smith 73 82 77 Gordon Strother 75 79 80

929 226 3 232 T10 234 T12


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84 78

79 84

80 83

243 T27 245 30

Mitch Brock (I) 80 Stephen Fritsch (I) 76 Zachary Jaworski (I) 86 Gary Ferguson (I) 76 Tyson Elliott (I) 82

78 83 74 85 82

74 79 80 85 82

232 238 240 246 246

Mar. 25-27 Furman Intercollegiate 15th of 20 296 304 300 Stephen Fritsch 73 72 71 Bryce Ledford 75 76 75 Tyson Elliott 72 81 79 Thomas Smith 76 78 79 Mitch Brock 80 78 75

900 216 226 232 233 233

T10 T18 T21 T31 T31

T8 T50 T83 T90 T90

Mar. 30-31 Sewanee Duals 2-0 Gary Ferguson 73 69 Anthony Reale 74 Scott Vick 78 70 Zachary Jaworski 78 75 Gordon Strother Mitch Brock 78 77 Tyson Elliott UTC/Sewanee 303-327 291-302

Jonathan Hodge Ben Rickett Tripp Harris Gordon Strother

73 74 83 81

71 74 74 73

77 76 75 80

Oct. 7-9 Mission Inn Collegiate 10th of 18 290 297 288 Jonathan Hodge 70 71 72 Bryce Ledford 68 74 73 Gordon Strother 74 74 70 Tripp Harris 78 79 73 Ben Rickett 79 78 78

221 224 232 234

T32 T44 T68 T71

875 213 215 218 230 235

T14 T22 T32 T70 T81

oct. 17-18 re/max-uTC fall Classic 1st of 16 277 279 281 837 bryce ledford 72 68 66 206 1 Jonathan Hodge 68 68 72 207 2 Ben Rickett 68 74 69 211 T5 Gordon Strother 69 72 76 217 T20 Scott Vick 74 71 74 219 T29 Tyson Elliott (I) Mitch Brock (I) Gary Ferguson (I) Anthony Reale (I) Tripp Harris (I)

74 74 74 75 74

71 72 72 72 80

73 74 76 77 75

Buffalo Rock/So. Showdown (Ind.) 69 68 69 206 T5 68 68 71 207 T8 71 72 69 212 T23 70 73 71 214 T28 73 74 73 220 T52

Sept. 26-27 10th of 14 Bryce Ledford

Cardinal Intercollegiate 301 288 299 888 73 70 71 214 T11

Apr. 3-4 Wofford Invitational 6th of 11 303 301 306 Jonathan Hodge 73 74 72 Tripp Harris 74 76 78 Gordon Strother 77 75 78 Ben Rickett 79 76 78 Bryce Ledford 82 76 78

910 219 228 230 233 236

T4 T16 T22 T30 T40

May 14-15 Linger Longer Invite 3rd of 12 297 289 290 Bryce Ledford 72 69 72 Ben Rickett 76 72 71 Jonathan Hodge 77 72 71 Gordon Strother 76 76 76 Mitch Brock 73 78 79

Oct. 24-25 F&M Bank APSU Intercollegiate (Individuals) Tyson Elliott 75 75 71 221 T30 Gary Ferguson 73 75 74 222 T34 Anthony Reale 75 75 73 223 T37 Mitch Brock 77 75 76 228 T45 Tripp Harris 79 76 74 229 T50

Sept. 19-20 Tripp Harris Ben Rickett Gary Ferguson Tyson Elliott Scott Vick

75 79 78

T29 T32 T56 T58 T61

T27 T32 T60 T60 78

T3 T16 T54 T70 T73

75 80 75

930 230 231 237 238 239

Apr. 14-15 Belmont Invitational 12th of 16 291 298 302 Gary Ferguson 68 72 79 Mitch Brock 72 74 74 Tyson Elliott 76 75 76 Zachary Jaworski 75 79 73 Scott Vick 81 77 80

2005-06 Sept. 12-13 Mid Pines Intercollegiate 293 288 283 864 8th of 19 Jonathan Hodge 68 68 72 208 Bryce Ledford 75 71 68 214 Gordon Strother 75 73 72 220 Anthony Reale 75 78 71 224 Mitch Brock 75 76 74 225

229 T51 232 T62 232 T62

79 73 79

Apr. 16-18 Southern Conference Champ. 3rd of 10 287 302 294 883 Bryce Ledford 69 78 73 220 T10 Jonathan Hodge 72 75 74 221 T13 Gordon Strother 71 73 77 221 T13 Ben Rickett 75 81 70 226 T26 Tripp Harris DQ 76 DQ

Oct. 24-25 49er Collegiate Classic 9th of 16 313 308 309 Bryce Ledford 76 76 78 Ben Rickett 82 76 73 Scott Vick 79 77 81 Gordon Strother 77 82 79 Jonathan Hodge 81 79 79

Feb. 13-14 Matlock Collegiate T11th of 15 302 315 302 Ben Rickett 75 79 74 Scott Vick 74 81 77 Tripp Harris 81 76 75 Gary Ferguson 74 79 80 Jonathan Hodge 79 81 76

Mitch Brock Tripp Harris Scott Vick

T4 7 T15 T36 T51

T25 T33 T44 T52 T69

T17 T21 T21 T38 T43

Apr. 17-19 Southern Conference Champ. T4th of 12 298 297 299 894 Gordon Strother 72 74 75 221 T7 Bryce Ledford 75 73 75 223 T11 Thomas Smith 73 79 75 227 T24 Anthony Reale 78 76 74 228 T29 Stephen Fritsch 85 74 77 236 T44

879 217 218 221 226 229

218 220 222 224 229

Apr. 4-5 Forest Oaks Intercollegiate 7th of 12 298 306 306 910 Anthony Reale 76 75 76 227 Gordon Strother 75 76 77 228 Thomas Smith 74 77 77 228 Stephen Fritsch 79 78 76 233 Bryce Ledford 73 81 80 234 891 219 220 227 227 238

Mar. 24-26 Furman Intercollegiate 2nd of 16 299 286 294 Jonathan Hodge 75 71 71 Bryce Ledford 73 74 71 Ben Rickett 73 71 77 Gordon Strother 78 73 75 Gary Ferguson 79 71 79

919 228 232 232 233 236

Feb. 27-28 Wexford Plantation Int. 2nd of 15 300 306 301 907 Bryce Ledford 73 76 76 225 Ben Rickett 80 73 76 229 Gordon Strother 76 79 74 229 Tripp Harris 73 81 75 229 Jonathan Hodge 78 78 78 234

T26 T45 T45 T50 T60

T5 T14 T14 T14 T38

4 T13 T13 T28 T57

T3 T16 T19 T46 T51

2006-07 Sept. 11-12 Scenic City Invitational 7th of 17 302 308 304 Bryce Ledford 73 77 75 Fredrik Qvicker 75 78 77 Jonathan Hodge 77 81 73 Tyler Neff 77 74 82 Daniel Wood 77 79 79

914 225 230 231 233 235

T10 T26 T33 T39 T49

Ben Rickett (I) Mitch Brock (I) Tripp Harris (I) Derek Rende (I)

226 227 234 239

T12 T16 T47 T67

73 73 76 76

78 79 72 78

75 75 86 85

Sept. 18-19 Raines Development Group Int. 3rd of 18 293 288 297 878 Jonathan Hodge 74 67 74 215 T5 Mitch Brock 74 72 75 221 T24 Bryce Ledford 75 72 75 222 T33 Fredrik Qvicker 74 77 73 224 T38 Ben Rickett 71 77 78 226 T50 Tyler Neff (I)

Mar. 10-11 Birkdale Collegiate Classic 2nd of 12 304 294 291 889 Jonathan Hodge 75 71 71 217 Bryce Ledford 73 77 75 225 Ben Rickett 77 73 75 225 Gordon Strother 86 73 70 229 Tripp Harris 79 83 77 239

876 213 219 220 228 230

74

68

74

216 T7

Oct. 2-3 Memphis Intercollegiate 10th of 18 304 295 291 890 Fredrik Qvicker 77 72 72 221 Bryce Ledford 74 78 70 222 Jonathan Hodge 77 72 75 224 Tyler Neff 77 74 74 225 Mitch Brock 76 77 80 233

50

T27 T31 T38 T43 T79

Oct. 16 LA Tech/Squire Creek Classic T2nd of 18 286 Bryce Ledford 68 Jonathan Hodge 71 Derek Rende 73 Fredrik Qvicker 74 Mitch Brock 78

2 T11 T25 T34 T74

Oct. 22-24 Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate 4th of 14 293 308 285 886 Jonathan Hodge 75 75 71 221 T12 Derek Rende 76 75 72 223 T20 Mitch Brock 68 79 79 226 T31 Bryce Ledford 78 79 70 227 T36 Fredrik Qvicker 74 81 72 227 T36 Tyler Neff (I)

81

80

77

238

feb. 19-20 uCf/rio Pinar intercollegiate 1st of 18 284 291 287 862 Bryce Ledford 69 72 70 211 2 Jonathan Hodge 73 68 72 213 3 Fredrik Qvicker 71 74 76 221 T25 Mitch Brock 72 77 73 222 T33 Derek Rende 72 79 72 223 T41 feb. 26-27 Wexford Plantation int. 1st of 15 300 303 294 897 Jonathan Hodge 75 72 74 221 4 Derek Rende 75 74 73 222 5 Fredrik Qvicker 76 80 75 231 T26 Bryce Ledford 74 81 72 225 T30 Mitch Brock 79 77 77 233 T36 Mar. 12-13 Carter Plantation Int. 5th of 14 294 299 293 Jonathan Hodge 73 74 68 Derek Rende 70 72 76 Bryce Ledford 74 79 72 Mitch Brock 77 77 77 Fredrik Qvicker 79 76 80

886 215 218 225 231 235

T4 10 T30 T53 T61

mar. 26-27 usa spring Golf Classic 1st of 12 288 277 282 847 Derek rende 71 63 70 204 Bryce Ledford 75 71 67 213 Jonathan Hodge 72 71 70 213 Fredrik Qvicker 72 73 76 221 Mitch Brock 73 75 74 222

1 T8 T8 T30 T32

Ben Rickett

74

71

77

222 T32

Apr. 9-10 Palisades Collegiate T5th of 18 284 287 291 Derek Rende 70 70 73 Mitch Brock 71 72 72 Jonathan Hodge 70 73 73 Bryce Ledford 74 72 73 Fredrik Qvicker 73 73 75

862 213 215 216 219 221

Daniel Wood

238 92

76

79

83

T12 T17 T19 T31 T39

apr. 22-24 southern Conference Champ. 1st of 10 293 280 291 864 Jonathan Hodge 73 69 72 214 T2 Derek Rende 74 70 73 217 T4 Mitch Brock 71 74 75 220 T13 Fredrik Qvicker 79 71 71 221 T17 Bryce Ledford 75 70 78 223 22


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | YeaR-BY-YeaR ReSultS Derek Rende Fredrik Qvicker Ben Rickett Tripp Harris

67 72 74 72

72 70 76 75

69 73 73 77

208 3 215 T16 223 T59 224 T62

oct. o 7-8 Coca-Cola Duke Golf Classic T1 of 15 280 282 280 842 Jonathan Hodge 67 70 67 204 1 Fredrik Qvicker 70 71 70 211 T7 Derek Rende 75 68 70 213 T11 J.T. Clendenin 71 73 75 219 T28 Eric Forsman 72 74 73 219 T28 Ben Rickett (I)

73

70

76

219 T28

Oct. 21-23 Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate 7th of 17 291 Fredrik Qvicker 70 T9 Jonathan Hodge 73 T32 Tripp Harris 74 T41 Derek Rende 74 T41 Eric Forsman 77 T66

Jonathan Hodge (2006-09) set a school record with six top 5’’s in 2007-08 which was later tied by Stephan Jaeger (2009-12). May 13-14 Linger Longer Invitational 4th of 15 288 282 293 863 Jonathan Hodge 69 68 75 212 Bryce Ledford 72 72 71 215 Fredrik Qvicker 77 69 73 219 Derek Rende 72 74 74 220 Mitch Brock 75 73 77 225 May 17-19 NCAA East Regional 19th of 27 299 306 305 Jonathan Hodge 71 78 75 Fredrik Qvicker 73 73 79 Bryce Ledford 78 77 73 Mitch Brock 77 79 78 Derek Rende 78 78 89 2007-08 (final rankinG: 12) Sept. 10-11 Scenic City Invitational 2nd of 17 272 275 282 Ben Rickett 72 68 66 Fredrik Qvicker 69 70 70 Derek Rende 69 68 72 Tripp Harris 64 69 79 Jonathan Hodge 70 73 74 J.T. Clendenin (I) Tyler Neff (I) Eric Forsman (I) Hudson Keener (I) Nick Blakely (I)

73 74 71 75 70

68 72 69 75 78

73 69 76 76 84

910 224 T50 225 T56 228 T78 234 T105 245 133

829 206 209 209 212 217 214 215 216 226 232

Sept. 14-16 Carpet Capital Collegiate T9th of 18 299 294 293 886 Derek Rende 75 72 69 216 Jonathan Hodge 72 74 71 217 Ben Rickett 75 74 75 224 Tyler Neff 77 74 78 229 Fredrik Qvicker 77 75 78 230 Oct. 1-2 VCU Shootout T3rd of 15 279 287 283 Jonathan Hodge 68 70 68

T8 T17 T31 T37 T54

849 206

T2 T8 T8 T13 T31 T17 T23 T25 T75 T86

T10 T15 T44 T60 T66

2

J.T. Clendenin (I)74

T41

apr. 7-8 bank of america int. 1st of 15 283 280 289 852 Jonathan Hodge 71 69 72 212 J.T. Clendenin 70 72 72 214 Ben Rickett 71 70 74 215 Tyler Neff 71 69 76 216 Derek Rende 74 73 71 218

Feb. 14-15 SunTrust Gator Invitational 8th of 15 280 288 283 851 Derek Rende 69 68 69 206 Fredrik Qvicker 70 74 72 216 Ben Rickett 70 73 74 217 Stephan Jaeger 73 73 71 217 Jonathan Hodge 71 75 71 217

T4 T35 T45 T45 T45

apr. 20-22 southern Conference Champ. 1st of 10 290 281 294 865 Ben Rickett 72 69 74 215 T2 Fredrik Qvicker 70 73 75 218 T7 Derek Rende 75 71 72 218 T7 J.T. Clendenin 73 71 74 218 T7 Jonathan Hodge 76 70 74 220 T14

Feb. 22-24 John Hayt Collegiate 13th of 15 303 317 307 Stephan Jaeger 78 76 74 Derek Rende 74 77 78 Jonathan Hodge 77 80 73 Ben Rickett 76 84 82 Fredrik Qvicker 76 84 85

927 228 229 230 242 245

T24 T30 T40 T76 T80

May 15-17 NCAA East Regional T12th of 27 282 281 290 Jonathan Hodge 70 71 69 Fredrik Qvicker 71 70 72 Derek Rende 72 68 75 Ben Rickett 69 73 74 J.T. Clendenin 77 72 76

J.T. Clendenin (I) 74

230 T40

4 T8 T11 T13 T21

853 210 T23 213 T38 215 T58 216 T65 225 T121

Feb. 25-26 UCF/Rio Pinar Intercollegiate T11th of 18 291 289 297 877 Ben Rickett 76 71 73 220 T37 Fredrik Qvicker 72 71 77 220 T37 Derek Rende 69 74 77 220 T37 Jonathan Hodge 74 73 75 222 T54 J.T. Clendenin 76 74 72 222 T54

2008-09 (final rank: 24/25 (Golfstat/Golfweek) sept. 8-9 scenic City invitational 1st of 16 278 275 266 819 Ben Rickett 69 68 68 205 T2 Stephan Jaeger 72 69 65 206 5 Fredrik Qvicker 68 78 62 208 7 Jonathan Hodge 69 68 73 210 T10 Derek Rende 73 70 71 214 T25

mar. 10-11 Cleveland Golf Palmetto int. 1st of 15 289 279 282 850 Jonathan Hodge72 73 67 212 1 Fredrik Qvicker 70 75 68 213 T2 Derek Rende 75 68 71 214 5 J.T. Clendenin 72 69 79 220 T14 Ben Rickett 81 69 76 226 T31

Hudson Keener (I) 71 J.T. Clendenin (I) 74 Eric Forsman (I) 79 Tripp Harris (I) 72

Tripp Harris (I)

78

83

83

Mar. 14-16 Linger Longer Invite 3rd of 14 278 298 292 J.T. Clendenin 66 72 77 Jonathan Hodge 68 74 75 Derek Rende 74 77 69 Ben Rickett 70 76 75 Fredrik Qvicker 76 76 73

244 T77 868 215 217 220 221 225

T6 T11 T19 T23 T36

Mar. 24-25 USA Spring Golf Classic2nd of 12 Ben Rickett 77 73 69 219 T5 Jonathan Hodge 75 73 71 219 T5 Fredrik Qvicker 74 74 72 220 T8 Derek Rende 73 74 75 222 11 J.T. Clendenin 79 76 72 227 T24 299 294 284 877 Tyler Neff (I)

73

78

75

226 23

mar. 28-30 furman intercollegiate 1st of 24 287 291 296 874 Jonathan Hodge69 73 71 213 Ben Rickett 73 73 74 220 Fredrik Qvicker 74 72 75 221 Derek Rende 73 73 76 222 J.T. Clendenin 72 74 77 223 Eric Forsman

75

74

75

1 T10 T14 T16 T20

73 75 77 64

66 72 69 DQ

210 T10 221 T51 225 T63 DQ

sept. 12-14 Carpet Capital Collegiate 1st of 17 291 283 290 864 Jonathan Hodge 71 72 70 213 Stephan Jaeger 70 71 73 214 Ben Rickett 75 69 74 218 Fredrik Qvicker 78 71 73 22 Derek Rende 75 75 75 225

T2 T4 T20 T40 T56

Ranked No. 1 in the country (Golfstat/Golfweek) Sept. 28-30 PING/Golfweek Preview 11th of 15 299 300 294 893 Ben Rickett 71 73 68 212 Derek Rende 70 77 75 222 Stephan Jaeger 79 74 74 227 Jonathan Hodge 79 76 78 233 Fredrik Qvicker 79 77 77 233

T8 T34 T49 T67 T67

Oct. 11-13 Brickyard Collegiate 11th of 15 294 296 296 Ben Rickett 73 72 72 Jonathan Hodge 74 72 71 Stephan Jaeger 72 75 76 Hudson Keener 75 78 77 Tripp Harris 77 77 78

T13 T13 42 T67 T69

886 217 217 223 230 232

Nov. 24-25 Western Refining All-America Cl. Jonathan Hodge 68 76 71 215 15

224 T26

51

81

75

Mar. 22-24 Callaway Collegiate Match Play Ben Rickett 74 72 146 T10 73 76 149 T21 Derek Rende Stephan Jaeger 75 78 153 T43 Jonathan Hodge 77 82 159 T68 Fredrik Qvicker 80 79 159 T68 299 305 604

Louisville def. Chattanooga 3.5-1.5 Adam Hadwin (UofL) def. Ben Rickett (UTC), 6&5 Derek Rende (UTC) def. Riley Wheeldon (UofL), 2&1 Stephan Jaeger (UTC) halved with Connor Arendell (UofL) Justin Dorward (UofL) def. Jonathan Hodge (UTC), 2&1 Chris Biuso (UofL) def. Fredrik Qvicker (UTC), 2&1 Chattanooga def. Cal Irvine 3.5-1.5 Ben Rickett (UTC) halved with John Chin (UCI) Sean Shahi (UCI) def. Derek Rende (UTC), 4&3 Stephan Jaeger (UTC) def. Roberto Francioni (UCI), 7&6 Jonathan Hodge (UTC) def. Michael Im (UCI), 2 up Fredrik Qvicker (UTC) def. Shaun O’Meara (UCI), 3&2 Arizona State def. Chattanooga 3-2 Stephan Gross (ASU) def. Ben Rickett (UTC), 2&1 Knut Borsheim (ASU) def. Derek Rende (UTC), 1 up Jesper Kennegard (ASU) def. Stephan Jaeger (UTC), 3&1 Jonathan Hodge (UTC) def. T. Bierenbroodspot (ASU), 1 up Fredrik Qvicker (UTC) def. Spencer Fletcher (ASU), 6&4

Mar. 29-31 Hootie at Bulls Bay 10th of 15 292 285 284 Derek Rende 76 69 70 Fredrik Qvicker 71 72 72 Stephan Jaeger 73 72 71 Jonathan Hodge 72 76 72 Ben Rickett 80 72 71

861 215 215 216 220 223

T22 T22 T29 T46 T60

Apr. 4-5 Administaff Augusta State Invite 2nd of 17 273 286 282 841 Derek Rende 66 69 71 206 2 Fredrik Qvicker 68 73 70 211 T12 Ben Rickett 67 73 72 212 T18 Jonathan Hodge 72 71 72 215 T36 Stephan Jaeger 72 75 69 216 T39 Hudson Keener

77

73

75

225 T78

apr. 19-21 southern Conference Champ. 1st of 11 279 287 286 852 Fredrik Qvicker 69 72 70 211 T2 Stephan Jaeger 71 71 71 213 T5 Ben Rickett 72 71 71 214 T8 Derek Rende 67 73 74 214 T8 Jonathan Hodge 73 81 78 232 T42


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | YeaR-BY-YeaR ReSultS May 14-16 NCAA South Central Regional 3rd of 13 298 300 309 907 Ben Rickett 72 73 81 226 T13 Stephan Jaeger 73 70 83 226 T13 Fredrik Qvicker 79 73 75 227 T21 Derek Rende 75 84 77 236 T46 Jonathan Hodge 78 87 76 241 T60

Oct. 26-27 Scenic City Invitational 7th of 17 284 280 307 Fredrik Qvicker 72 67 75 Stephan Jaeger 70 70 76 Derek Rende 68 70 79 Steven Fox 74 73 80 J.T. Clendenin 77 74 77

May 27-29 NCAA Champ. 18th of 30 292 297 299 Stephan Jaeger 74 75 73 Fredrik Qvicker 71 76 75 Derek Rende 73 77 74 Ben Rickett 78 71 77 Jonathan Hodge 74 75 80

Simon Forsslund (I) 77

888 222 T60 222 T60 224 T79 226 T96 229 T120

2009-10 Sept. 11-13 Carpet Capital Collegiate 2nd of 12 291 284 288 863 Stephan Jaeger 74 66 71 211 Fredrik Qvicker 71 74 72 217 Derek Rende 73 73 72 218 Steven Fox 75 72 73 220 J.T. Clendenin 73 73 76 222

T3 T17 T20 T24 T33

Ranked No. 1 in the country (Golfstat) Sept. 27-28 PING/Golfweek Invitational 14th of 15 306 297 314 917 Stephan Jaeger 72 76 75 223 Fredrik Qvicker 79 75 77 231 Derek Rende 78 73 81 232 J.T. Clendenin 81 73 81 235 Steven Fox 77 79 84 240 Oct. 10-12 Brickyard Collegiate 2nd of 15 291 285 Fredrik Qvicker 71 71 Stephan Jaeger 72 71 Steven Fox 71 72 Derek Rende 77 71 J.T. Clendenin 77 76

576 142 143 143 148 153

T19 T49 T51 T63 T70

T10 T12 T12 T44 T64

Alex Ratliff (I) Tripp Harris (I)

72 85

73 77 75

72 82 76

871 214 216 217 227 228

222 T36 231 T64 236 76

Nov. 2-3 Hummingbird Invitational 8th of 18 300 278 578 Stephan Jaeger 73 66 139 Fredrik Qvicker 76 67 143 Derek Rende 75 72 147 Simon Forsslund 76 73 149 Steven Fox 80 73 153 J.T. Clendenin (I) 70 Tripp Harris (I) 77 Alex Ratliff (I) 75

75 80 84

T13 T17 T21 T52 T56

T4 T20 T42 T54 T83

145 T33 158 T97 159 101

Feb. 13-14 SunTrust Gator Invitational 3rd of 14 282 289 298 869 Derek Rende 68 74 73 215 J.T. Clendenin 72 72 74 218 Stephan Jaeger 76 69 74 219 Fredrik Qvicker 70 74 78 222 Steven Fox 72 75 77 224

T13 T19 T23 T36 T45

mar. 8-9 Cleveland Golf/Palmetto int. 1st of 18 285 277 293 855 Stephan Jaeger 69 69 72 210 T4 Derek Rende 70 70 72 212 8 Steven Fox 73 66 75 214 T10 Fredrik Qvicker 73 72 74 219 T19 J.T. Clendenin 80 74 75 229 T65 Mar. 19-21 2nd of 24 Steven Fox

Furman Intercollegiate 289 291 299 879 70 68 72 210 T1 (No playoff) Derek Rende 69 77 76 222 17 Stephan Jaeger 72 73 79 224 T20 J.T. Clendenin 80 73 76 229 T51 Fredrik Qvicker 78 77 75 230 T60 Alex Ratliff (I) 75 Simon Forsslund (I)80

79 79

75 79

Mar. 28-30 Hootie at Bulls Bay 10th of 15 300 277 286 Stephan Jaeger 74 71 69 Derek Rende 77 68 71 Steven Fox 74 67 76 Fredrik Qvicker 75 71 73 J.T. Clendenin 84 71 73

229 T51 238 T108 863 214 216 217 219 228

T22 T27 T32 T41 T62

Apr. 3-4 Administaff Augusta State Invite 8th of 18 293 280 284 857 Stephan Jaeger 70 68 72 210 T14 Derek Rende 72 71 67 210 T14 J.T. Clendenin 76 69 73 218 T47 Steven Fox 76 73 72 221 T62 Chris Robb (2011-current) won just his second col- Fredrik Qvicker 75 72 82 229 T89

legiate start shooting -9 (207) at 2010 Springhill Suites Collegiate.

Alex Ratliff

78

71

76

Apr. 18-20 Southern Conference Champ. 7th of 11 295 294 298 887 Derek Rende 71 74 76 221 T24 J.T. Clendenin 76 70 76 222 T26 Steven Fox 75 75 73 223 T28 Stephan Jaeger 77 75 73 225 T33 Fredrik Qvicker 73 75 83 231 T45

Mar. 7-8 Cleveland Golf/Palmetto Int. 4th of 18 280 294 292 866 Benni Weilguni 67 73 70 210 Stephan Jaeger 70 75 74 219 Steven Fox 72 71 77 220 Chris Robb 75 76 71 222 Davis Bunn 71 75 77 223

4 T21 T24 T32 T38

May 20-22 NCAA Southwest Regional 12th of 13 304 299 309 912 Steven Fox 75 72 76 223 Stephan Jaeger 74 74 79 227 Derek Rende 79 73 76 228 Fredrik Qvicker 76 80 78 234 J.T. Clendenin 82 87 79 248

Mar. 18-20 Furman Intercollegiate 6th of 22 303 286 289 Stephan Jaeger 74 69 72 Benni Weilguni 73 71 74 Davis Bunn 78 73 70 Chris Robb 78 74 73 Steven Fox 78 73 75

878 215 218 221 225 226

T10 T24 T34 T51 T59

Jackson Lockhart (I)76 Simon Forsslund (I) 83

232 T95 243 T120

Individual Tournament Play Gordin-Myers Collegiate Classic Tripp Harris 84 74 79 Simon Forsslund 86 80 79 TSU Big Blue Intercollegiate Alex Ratliff 73 70 Simon Forsslund 72 72

73 75

T21 T45 T49 T63 T74

236 T43 245 59 216 T16 219 T25

79 75

77 85

Mar. 27-29 Linger Longer Invite 2nd of 13 284 289 291 Stephan Jaeger 69 69 73 Benni Weilguni 69 70 76 Steven Fox 72 75 71 Chris Robb 74 77 73 Davis Bunn 76 75 74

864 211 215 218 224 225

T4 T9 T13 T32 T36

887 209 226 228 229 232

1 T17 T21 T26 T33

2010-11 Sept. 10-12 Carpet Capital Collegiate 8th of 12 290 285 305 880 Steven Fox 69 69 75 213 Stephan Jaeger 71 69 77 217 Davis Bunn 75 70 75 220 Chris Robb 75 77 78 230 Benni Weilguni 81 77 78 236

T7 T15 T23 T49 57

Apr. 2-3 LSU National Invite 2nd of 12 297 298 292 stephan Jaeger 70 67 72 Benni Weilguni 75 81 70 Steven Fox 76 78 74 Chris Robb 79 73 77 Davis Bunn 76 80 76

Sept. 13-14 Springhill Suites Collegiate 2nd of 15 284 287 295 866 Chris robb 66 69 72 207 Davis Bunn 71 72 76 219 Steven Fox 70 72 78 220 Benni Weilguni 80 74 71 225 Jackson Lockhart 77 75 76 228

1 T22 T29 T44 T56

Apr. 17-19 Southern Conference Champ. 3rd of 11 287 288 292 867 Steven Fox 73 73 68 214 T4 Stephan Jaeger 70 72 74 216 T8 Chris Robb 71 71 75 217 T11 Davis Bunn 74 72 75 221 T21 Benni Weilguni 73 73 76 222 T25

Sept. 24-26 Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate 7th of 17 290 282 286 858 Davis Bunn 80 67 68 215 T26 Steven Fox 73 71 72 216 T29 Chris Robb 71 73 73 217 T34 Stephan Jaeger 74 71 73 218 T37 Simon Forsslund 72 74 73 219 T41 Oct. 8-10 Brickyard Collegiate 6th of 15 292 291 289 Steven Fox 74 68 71 Davis Bunn 73 74 71 Stephan Jaeger 73 72 74 Chris Robb 72 77 78 Benni Weilguni 77 77 73

872 213 218 219 227 227

T8 T21 T25 T50 T50

Oct. 15-17 Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate 3rd of 14 299 283 282 864 Stephan Jaeger 73 70 68 211 T4 Benni Weilguni 71 69 72 212 T8 Davis Bunn 76 72 70 218 T21 Steven Fox 79 72 72 223 T35 Chris Robb 79 77 78 234 69

225 T72

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May 19-21 NCAA Colorado Regional 9th of 13 291 288 284 863 Stephan Jaeger 73 71 71 215 Chris Robb 70 69 77 216 Steven Fox 75 77 67 219 Benni Weilguni 73 74 72 219 Davis Bunn 77 74 74 225

T16 T24 T44 T44 T64

2011-12 Sept. 9-11 Carpet Capital Collegiate 6th of 12 287 287 290 864 Benni Weilguni 72 67 71 210 Stephan Jaeger 68 72 75 215 Steven Fox 76 73 71 220 Davis Bunn 72 75 76 223 Chris Robb 75 76 73 224

2 T14 T27 T35 T39

Sept. 25-27 Golfweek Conference Challenge 2nd of 15 279 291 296 866 stephan Jaeger 67 69 73 209 1 Benni Weilguni 75 69 73 217 T11 Chris Robb 69 78 76 223 T31 Steven Fox 70 80 74 224 T37 Liam Johnston 73 75 79 227 T46


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide hiStoRY | YeaR-BY-YeaR ReSultS/honoRS Oct. 3-4 Rees Jones Invite 6th of 13 306 302 301 Stephan Jaeger 74 75 73 Chris Robb 75 74 79 Steven Fox 79 74 77 Benni Weilguni 78 79 76 Davis Bunn 79 80 75 Oct. 7-9 Brickyard Collegiate 6th of 15 296 298 291 Stephan Jaeger 71 70 69 Steven Fox 73 77 69 Chris Robb 79 74 77 Benni Weilguni 77 77 76 Alex Ratliff 75 82 78

909 222 228 230 233 234 885 210 219 230 230 235

Oct. 17-18 AutoTrader.com Collegiate 2nd of 12 291 287 279 857 Steven Fox 71 71 67 209 Stephan Jaeger 72 68 70 210 Benni Weilguni 74 75 71 20 Liam Johnston 74 73 79 226 Davis Bunn 75 83 71 229 Chris Robb (I) Alex Ratliff (I)

78 72

75 81

69 75

4 T20 T61 T61 T72

2 T3 T13 T38 T53

222 T21 228 T44

Feb. 26-27 Seahawk Intercollegiate 4th of 12 300 288 291 879 Steven Fox 73 73 69 215 Stephan Jaeger 73 69 75 217 Liam Johnston 77 74 70 221 Chris Robb 77 72 77 226 Benni Weilguni 77 78 82 237 Mar. 5-6 Cleveland Golf/Palmetto Int. 9th of 18 294 289 294 877 Steven Fox 75 71 71 217 Stephan Jaeger 71 74 73 218 Liam Johnston 74 76 73 223 Alex Ratliff 74 72 77 223 Davis Bunn 77 72 78 227 Mar. 18-20 4th of 16

T7 T20 T30 T36 T39

T7 10 17 T32 T51

T14 T21 T40 T40 T61

Collegiate Match Play (Callaway)

First Round • No. 5 Chattanooga def. No. 12 USF 4-1 Trey Valentine (USF) def. Stephan Jaeger (UTC) 5&4 Steven Fox (UTC) def. Branden Collins (USF) 4&3 Benni Weilguni (UTC) def. Devin Hernandez (USF) 3&1 Liam Johnston (UTC) def. Rick Kittelstad (USF) 7&5 Chris Robb (UTC) def. Bodi Karsono (USF) 4&3 Quarterfinals • No. 5 Chattanooga def. No. 4 Oklahoma St 3-2 Stephan Jaeger (UTC) tied Talor Gooch (OSU) Tiebreaker UTC won most holes - 8-5 in winning matches Sean Einhaus (OSU) def. Steven Fox (UTC) 3&1 Benni Weilguni (UTC) def. Brad Gehl (OSU) 5&3 Patrick Winther (OSU) def. Liam Johnston (UTC) 2&1 Chris Robb (UTC) def. Tanner Kesterdon (OSU) 3&1 Semifinals • No. 1 Arkansas def. No. 5 Chattanooga 5-0 Ethan Tracy (Ark) def. Stephan Jaeger (UTC) 1up Sebastian Cappelen (Ark) def. Steven Fox (UTC) 4&3 Austin Cook (Ark) def. Benni Weilguni (UTC) 4&2 Kolton Crawford (Ark) def. Liam Johnston (UTC) 1up Thomas Sorensen (Ark) def. Chris Robb (UTC) 1up

Third-Place Match • No. 2 Cal def. No. 5 Chattanooga 3-2 Stephan Jaeger (UTC) def. Max Homa (Cal) 2&1 Steven Fox (UTC) def. Michael Kim (Cal) 1up Joel Stalter (Cal) def. Benni Weilguni (UTC) 3&1 Brandon Hagy (Cal) def. Liam Johnston (UTC) 4&2 Keelan Kilpatrick (Cal) def. Chris Robb (UTC) 3&1

Mar. 24-25 Linger Longer Invite 3rd of 12 289 288 293 Stephan Jaeger 68 74 68 Chris Robb 72 71 73 Steven Fox 74 69 76 Liam Johnston 75 74 76 Benni Weilguni 81 78 81

870 210 216 219 225 240

Davis Bunn (I)

227 T43

75

77

75

Mar. 31-Apr. 1 LSU National Invite 8th of 12 305 299 290 Steven Fox 75 73 72 Stephan Jaeger 83 72 66 Chris Robb 75 77 73 Liam Johnston 75 77 79 Alex Ratliff 80 83 79

894 220 221 225 231 242

3 T16 T23 T40 70

T14 T17 T29 T47 60

may 17-19 nCaa bowling Green regional 1st of 14 294 281 284 859 stephan Jaeger 70 67 66 203 1 Steven Fox 76 64 71 211 T3 Chris Robb 72 76 74 222 T26 Liam Johnston 77 74 73 224 T35 Davis Bunn 76 83 74 233 T57 884 219 T45 221 T54 223 T69 226 T99 228 T114

2012-13 Sept. 7-9 Carpet Capital Collegiate 7th of 15 292 286 297 875 Liam Johnston 70 70 74 214 Steven Fox 71 74 74 219 Chris Robb 76 70 74 220 Alex Ratliff 75 72 75 222 Davis Bunn 77 76 80 233

T11 T19 T23 T31 73

Sept. 23-25 PING/Golfweek Preview 15th of 15 295 301 298 894 Chris Robb 68 74 74 216 Steven Fox 73 75 70 218 Liam Johnston 73 73 76 222 Alex Ratliff 81 79 78 238 Kory Webb 81 80 83 244

T30 T39 T59 74 75

867 214 218 218 221 227

Oct. 15-16 AutoTrader.com Collegiate 4th of 16 292 298 291 881 Steven Fox 71 73 68 212 Chris Robb 73 72 74 219 Liam Johnston 71 76 73 220 Michael Monroe 77 80 76 233 Benni Weilguni 77 77 81 235 Kory Webb

apr. 17-19 southern Conference Champ. 1st of 11 294 286 281 861 stephan Jaeger 66 72 69 207 1 Chris Robb 76 71 71 218 T2 Steven Fox 75 74 70 219 T4 Liam Johnston 77 72 71 220 T10 Benni Weilguni 80 71 75 226 T27

May 29-June 3 NCAA Champ. 18th of 30 299 295 290 Stephan Jaeger 76 73 70 Steven Fox 76 75 70 Chris Robb 76 72 75 Davis Bunn 76 75 75 Liam Johnston 71 80 77

Oct. 5-7 Brickyard Collegiate 4th of 15 291 299 277 Chris Robb 70 75 69 Benni Weilguni 77 72 69 Michael Monroe 74 75 69 Liam Johnston 74 77 70 Davis Bunn 73 78 76

80

76

84

T11 T22 T22 T35 T59

T2 T11 T17 T67 T72

1 T10 T25 T39 T39

Feb. 22-24 Bayou City Collegiate 5th of 15 290 290 295 Steven Fox 72 73 72 Davis Bunn 73 72 73 Liam Johnston 69 71 79 Chris Robb 77 74 72 Benni Weilguni 76 80 78

875 217 218 219 223 234

T18 T22 T25 T46 76

Mar. 11-12 Tiger Invitational 5th of 15 298 301 302 Benni Weilguni 73 72 73 Chris Robb 72 76 75 Davis Bunn 76 79 75 Liam Johnston 80 75 79 Steven Fox 77 78 81

901 218 223 230 234 236

T3 T10 T41 T53 T63

Mar. 22-24 Furman Intercollegiate 7th of 21 290 294 297 Davis Bunn 71 72 75 Benni Weilguni 73 75 74 Liam Johnston 73 75 74 Alex Ratliff 74 85 74 Chris Robb 78 73 84

881 218 220 222 233 235

T18 T24 T33 T85 T92

78-84 Final round ppd. (rain)

Apr. 1-2 BancorpSouth Intercollegiate 4th of 14 287 289 289 865 Steven Fox 69 69 70 208 2 Davis Bunn 69 71 71 211 T6 Chris Robb 77 71 71 219 T14 Benni Weilguni 74 78 77 229 T54 Liam Johnston 75 78 78 231 T59 apr. 21-23 southern Conference Champ. 1st of 11 298 290 296 884 Steven Fox 72 71 74 217 T2 Davis Bunn 77 72 71 220 6 Chris Robb 74 76 74 224 T10 Liam Johnston 80 71 77 228 20 Benni Weilguni 75 77 87 239 T45

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Individual Events Pinetree Intercollegiate Alex Ratliff 77 73 Davis Bunn 77 73 Kory Webb 80 79

T22 T37 T48 T51 T55

81 82 79

231 T34 232 T39 238 T52

Western Refining All-American Steven Fox 70 67 71

208 T16

Savannah Quarters Individual Davis Bunn 71 69 Kory Webb 76 71 Benni Weilguni 73 73 Alex Ratliff 74 75

213 4 218 T5 223 T9 227 T16

240

Oct. 27-28 Bridgestone Golf Collegiate 2nd of 13 289 282 294 865 Chris robb 72 66 69 207 Steven Fox 72 74 73 219 Benni Weilguni 72 71 79 222 Liam Johnston 73 79 73 225 Michael Monroe 73 71 81 225

Kory Webb

May 16-18 NCAA Columbus Regional 9th of 13 304 294 291 889 Steven Fox 73 77 71 221 Liam Johnston 74 78 72 224 Chris Robb 79 72 75 226 Davis Bunn 78 76 73 227 Benni Weilguni 83 69 76 228

73 71 77 78


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide nCaa hiStoRY moCs in nCaa reGionals

Year-bY-Year Team sCorinG

Year 2007 E 2008 E 2009 SC 2010 SW 2011 SC 2012 sC 2013 C

finish 19 12 3 12 9 1 T9

1st 299 282 298 304 291 294 304

2nd 306 281 300 299 288 281 294

CHaTTanooGa nCaa sCorinG aVeraGes - ToP 10 & aCTiVe sTuDenT-aTHleTes

3rd Total 305 910 290 853 309 907 309 912 284 863 284 859 291 889

Team rounD-bY-rounD (COUnTerS OnLY)

2007 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys Others 2008 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys Others 2009 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys Others 2010 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys Others 2011 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys Others 2012 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys Others 2013 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys Others

1 0 12 41 15 4 1 1 17 38 15 1 1 0 10 46 14 2 1 0 7 46 16 3 1 0 14 43 13 2 1 1 12 40 18 1 1 0 4 47 18 3

2 1 7 42 17 5 2 0 21 35 14 2 2 0 16 37 13 6 2 0 13 38 19 2 2 0 12 48 12 0 2 1 18 40 13 0 2 0 10 45 14 3

3 1 12 35 18 6 3 1 13 41 13 4 3 0 6 43 21 2 3 1 7 36 26 2 3 0 15 47 9 1 3 0 20 39 12 1 3 0 6 54 11 1

Total 2 31 118 50 15 Total 2 51 114 42 7 Total 0 32 126 48 10 Total 1 27 120 61 7 Total 0 41 138 34 3 Total 2 50 119 43 2 Total 0 20 146 43 7

name T’ment rnds Stephan Jaeger 6 18 Steven Fox 5 15 Chris robb 4 12 Ben Rickett 3 9 benni Weilguni 2 6 Fredrik Qvicker 5 15 liam Johnston 3 9 Jonathan Hodge 4 12 Davis bunn 4 2 Bryce Ledford 1 3

avg Counters 72.89 17 73.00 14 73.92 11 74.22 7 74.50 4 74.73 14 75.11 5 75.33 10 75.92 10 76.00 3

low 66 64 69 69 69 70 71 69 73 73

60’s Par/bet Top 10’s 2 7 0 2 6 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

best finish 1, 2012 Bowling Green T3, 2012 Bowling Green T24, 2011 Colorado T13, 2009 South Central T44, 2011 Colorado T21, 2009 South Central T35, 2012 bowling Green T23, 2008 East T51, 2013 Columbus T78, 2007 East

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 1, 8 times (MR: 2012 Bowling Green Reg. 2) 21, 2008 East Reg. (2) 4, 2013 Columbus Reg. (1) 54, 2013 Columbus Reg. (3) 35, 2 times (MR: 2008 East Reg. - 2) 26, 2010 Southwest Reg. (3) 9, 2011 Colorado Reg. (3) 6, 2 times (MR: 2009 South Central Reg. - 2) 0, 5 times, (MR: 2012 NCAA Championship - 3) 62 of 72, 2011 Colorado Reg. (3)

CHaTTanooGa nCaa reCorDs - inDiViDual

Category Eagles Birdies Pars High Bogeys Low Others Low Par/Better Holes

round 1, 10 times (MR: Bunn, 2012 NCAA Champ. 3) 8, 2 times, S. Jaeger/S. Fox, 2012 BG Reg. (2) 16, Steven Fox, 2013 Columbus Reg. (3) 0, 2 times, (MR: Steven Fox, 2012 BG Reg. 2) 0, by several student-athletes, 54 times 18, Steven Fox, 2012 BG Reg. (2)

ToP Team rounDs - nCaa reGionals

Year 1) 2008 tie) 2012 3) 2008 4) 2011 tie) 2012 6) 2011 7) 2008 8) 2011 tie) 2013 10) 2009

score 281 (-3) 281 (-7) 282 (-2) 284 (-4) 284 (-4) 288 (E) 290 (+6) 291 (+3) 291 (+7) 292 (+4)

round 2 2 1 3 3 2 3 1 3 1

score round 64 (-8) 2 66 (-6) 3 67 (-5) 3 67 (-5) 2 68 (-3) 2

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Tournament 2, twice (B. Rickett, 2008/S. Jaeger, 2012R) 19, Stephan Jaeger, 2012 BG Reg. 42, Steven Fox, 2013 Columbus Reg. 6, Jonathan Hodge, 2008 East Reg. 0, 9 times 46, J. Hodge, 2008/S. Jaeger, 2011/S. Fox, 2012R

6) Neil Connolly tie) Ben Rickett tie) Jonathan Hodge tie) Chris robb tie) benni Weilguni

69 (-3) 69 (-2) 69 (-2) 69 (-3) 69 (-2)

3 1993 1 5/15/08 3 5/17/08 2 5/20/11 2 5/17/13

ToP 5 inD. ToTals - reGionals

ToP 10 inD. rounDs - reGionals

student-athlete 1) Steven Fox 2) Stephan Jaeger 3) Steven Fox tie) Stephan Jaeger 5) Derek Rende

Tournament 2, twice (MR: 2008 East Reg.) 51, 2008 East Reg. 20, 2013 Columbus Reg. 146, 2013 Columbus Reg. 114, 2008 East Reg. 63, 2009 Finals 34, 2011 Colorado Reg. 15, 2007 East Reg. 1, 2012 NCAA Championship 179 of 216, 2011 Colorado Reg.

Date 5/18/12 5/19/12 5/21/11 5/18/12 5/16/08

student-athlete 1) Stephan Jaeger 2) Jonathan Hodge 3) Steven Fox 4) Neil Connolly tie) Fredrik Qvicker

score To Par 203 -13 210 -3 211 -5 213 -3 213 E

Date 2012 2008 2012 1993 2008

moCs in nCaa CHamPionsHiP

Year-bY-Year Team sCorinG

Year 2009 2012

finish 1st 18 292 18 299

2nd 297 295

3rd Total 299 888 290 884


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The 2008-09 team became the first in school history to reach the NCAA Championship at Inverness in Toledo, Ohio. From left to right: Head Coach Mark Guhne, Stephan Jaeger, Ben Rickett, Jonathan Hodge, Derek Rende, Fredrik Qvicker and volunteer assistant David McKenna.

rounD-bY-rounD (COUnTerS OnLY)

2009 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys Others 2012 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys Others

1 0 13 39 19 1 1 0 8 42 21 1

2 1 8 40 23 0 2 1 8 42 21 0

3 Total 0 1 12 33 36 115 21 63 3 4 3 Total 0 1 7 23 52 136 13 55 0 1

ToP Team rounDs - nCaa finals

Year 1) 2012 2) 2009 3) 2012 4) 2009 5) 2009 tie) 2012

score 290 292 295 297 299 299

round 3 1 2 2 3 1

Rounds in 60s 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) 0/1 Wins 0 Low Round 77 (+5) Low 54-hole total 234 (+18) Brock round-by-round eagle birdie Par bogey other Par/bet% 2007 1 0 3 8 6 1 61.1% 2007 2 0 2 9 6 1 61.1% 2007 3 0 3 9 4 2 66.7% Totals 0 8 26 16 4 63.0% Davis bunn T’ment 2011 Colorado Regional 2012 Bowling Green Regional 2012 NCAA Championship 2013 Columbus Regional Counters/Team Rounds Par/Better Rounds Rounds in 60s

scores finish 77-74-74=225 T64 76-83-74=233 T57 76-75-75=226 T99 78-76-73=227 T51 Career 10/12 0 0

ToP 5 inD. rounDs - nCaa finals

student-athlete 1) Stephan Jaeger tie) Steven Fox 3) liam Johnston tie) Fredrik Qvicker tie) Ben Rickett

score round Date 70 (-1) 3 5/31/12 70 (-1) 3 5/31/12 71 (e) 1 5/29/12 71 (E) 1 5/26/09 71 (E) 2 5/27/09

all-Time nCaa resulTs bY PlaYer

mitch brock T’ment 2007 East Regional

Counters/Team Rounds Par/Better Rounds

scores finish 77-79-78=234 T105 Career 1/3 0 J.T. Clendenin played in two NCAA Regionals.

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Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) 0/4 Wins 0 Low Round 73 (+3), 2013 Columbus Reg. Low 54-hole total 225 (+9), 2011 Colorado Reg. Bunn round-by-round eagle birdie Par bogey other Par/bet% 2011 1 0 1 13 2 2 77.8% 2011 2 0 2 12 4 0 77.8% 2011 3 0 2 13 2 1 83.3% 2012 R1 0 2 11 4 1 72.2% 2012 R2 0 2 11 2 3 72.2% 2012 R3 1 2 10 4 1 72.2% 2012 F1 0 1 11 6 0 66.7% 2012 F2 1 0 11 6 0 66.7% 2012 F3 0 0 14 4 0 77.8% 2013 1 0 2 9 5 2 61.1% 2013 2 0 1 11 6 0 66.7% 2013 3 0 2 12 4 0 77.8% Totals 2 17 138 49 10 72.7% J.T. Clendenin T’ment 2008 East Regional 2010 Southwest Regional

scores finish 77-72-76=225 T121 82-87-79=248 T74 Career 2/6 0 0 0/2 0 72 (+1) 225 (+12)

Counters/Team Rounds Par/Better Rounds Rounds in 60s Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) Wins Low Round Low 54-hole total Clendenin round-by-round e eagle birdie Par bogey other Par/bet% 2008 1 0 2 9 6 1 61.1% 2008 2 0 5 8 4 1 72.2% 2008 3 0 2 10 5 1 66.7% 2010 1 0 3 6 6 3 50.0% 2010 2 0 0 8 5 5 44.4% 2010 3 0 3 7 6 2 55.6% Totals 0 15 48 32 13 58.3%


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Steven Fox shot 64 (-8) in round two of the 2012 Bowling Green Reg.

steven fox T’ment 2010 Southwest Regional 2011 Colorado Regional 2012 Bowling Green Regional 2012 NCAA Championship 2013 Columbus Regional

scores finish 75-72-76=223 T21 75-77-67=219 T44 76-64-71=211 T3 76-75-70=221 T54 73-77-71=221 T22 Career 14/15 6 2 1/5 0 64 (-8), 2012 BG Reg. 211 (-5), 2012 BG Reg.

Counters/Team Rounds Par/Better Rounds Rounds in 60s Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) Wins Low Round Low 54-hole total Fox round-by-round eagle birdie Par bogey other Par/bet% 2010 1 0 2 12 3 1 77.8% 2010 2 0 3 12 3 0 83.3% 2010 3 1 1 9 7 0 61.1% 2011 1 0 2 11 5 0 72.2% 2011 2 0 2 9 7 0 61.1% 2011 3 0 6 11 1 0 94.4% 2012 R1 0 1 12 5 0 72.2% 2012 R2 0 8 10 0 0 100% 2012 R3 0 4 11 3 0 83.3% 2012 F1 0 0 13 5 0 72.2% 2012 F2 0 2 10 6 0 66.7% 2012 F3 0 5 9 4 0 77.8% 2013 1 0 1 14 3 0 83.3% 2013 2 0 1 12 3 2 72.2% 2013 3 0 1 16 1 0 94.4% Totals 1 39 171 56 3 78.1% Jonathan Hodge T’ment 2007 East Regional 2008 East Regional 2009 South Central Regional 2009 NCAA Championship

Career 10/12 Counters/Team Rounds Par/Better Rounds 4 1 Rounds in 60s Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) 0/4 Wins 0 Low Round 69 (-2), 2008 Low 54-hole total 210 (-3), 2008 Hodge round-by-round eeagle birdie Par bogey other Par/bet% 2007 1 0 4 11 3 0 83.3% 2007 2 0 1 11 5 1 66.7% 2007 3 0 3 11 2 2 77.8% 2008 1 0 5 9 4 0 77.8% 2008 2 0 4 11 2 1 83.3% 2008 3 0 4 13 0 1 94.4% 2009 R1 0 2 11 4 1 72.2% 2009 R2 0 2 6 5 5 44.4% 2009 R3 0 2 11 4 1 72.2% 2009 F1 0 2 11 5 0 72.2% 2009 F2 0 1 12 5 0 72.2% 2009 F3 0 0 10 7 1 55.6% Totals 0 30 127 46 13 72.7% stephan Jaeger T’ment scores finish 2009 South Central Regional 73-70-83=226 T13 2009 NCAA Championship 74-75-73=222 T60 2010 Southwest Regional 74-74-79=227 T45 2011 Colorado Regional 73-71-71=215 T16 2012 bowling Green regional 70-67-66=203 1 2012 NCAA Championship 76-73-70=219 T45 Career Counters/Team Rounds 17/18 Par/Better Rounds 7 Rounds in 60s 2 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) 1/6 Wins 1 Low Round 66 (-6), 2012 BG Reg. Low 54-hole total 203 (-13), 2012 BG Reg.

Jaeger round-by-round eagle birdie Par bogey other Par/bet% 2009 R1 0 2 14 1 1 88.9% 2009 R2 0 7 7 3 1 77.8% 2009 R3 0 2 6 9 1 44.4% 2009 F1 0 3 9 6 0 66.7% 2009 F2 1 1 9 7 0 61.1% 2009 F3 0 3 10 5 0 72.2% 2010 1 0 3 10 5 0 72.2% 2010 2 0 4 10 3 1 77.8% 2010 3 0 2 11 2 3 72.2% 2011 1 0 3 11 4 0 77.8% 2011 2 0 3 13 2 0 88.9% 2011 3 0 3 13 2 0 88.9% 2012 R1 1 4 9 4 0 77.8% 2012 R2 1 8 4 5 0 72.2% 2012 R3 0 7 10 1 0 94.4% 2012 F1 0 1 11 6 0 66.7% 2012 F2 0 2 12 4 0 77.8% 2012 F3 0 2 15 1 0 94.4% Totals 3 60 184 70 7 75.6% liam Johnston T’ment 2012 Bowling Green Regional 2012 NCAA Championship 2013 Columbus Regional

scores finish 77-74-73=224 T35 71-80-77=228 T114 74-78-72=224 T37 Career Counters/Team Rounds 5/9 Par/Better Rounds 1 Rounds in 60s 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) 0/3 Wins 0 Low Round 71 (E), 2012 NCAA Championship Low 54-hole total 224 (+8/+11), 2012/2013 Johnston round-by-round eagle birdie Par bogey other Par/bet% 2012 R1 0 2 10 5 1 66.7% 2012 R2 0 1 14 3 0 83.3% 2012 R3 0 3 11 4 0 77.8% 3 1 77.8% 2012 F1 0 5 9 2012 F2 0 0 9 9 0 50.0% 2012 F3 0 0 13 4 1 72.2% 2013 1 0 1 13 4 0 77.8% 2013 2 0 2 8 7 1 55.6% 2013 3 0 2 13 3 0 83.3% Totals 0 16 100 42 4 71.6% bbryce ledford T’ T’ment 2007 East Regional

scores finish 71-78-75=224 T50 70-71-69=210 T23 78-87-76=241 T60 74-75-80=229 T120 Stephan Jaeger captured the 2012 NCAA Bowling Green Reg.

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Counters/Team Rounds Par/Better Rounds Rounds in 60s Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) Wins Low Round Low 54-hole total

scores finish 78-77-73=228 T78 Career 3/3 0 0 0/1 0 73 (+1) 228 (+12)


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide nCaa hiStoRY Derek rende T’ment T’ 2007 East Regional 2008 East Regional 2009 South Central Regional 2009 NCAA Championship 2010 Southwest Regional

Bryce Ledford led UTC to its first NCAA Regional appearance in 2007.

Ledford round-by-round eagle birdie Par bogey otherPar/bet% 2007 1 0 1 12 3 2 72.2% 2007 2 0 2 11 3 2 72.2% 2007 3 1 4 6 7 0 61.1% Totals 1 7 29 13 4 68.5% fredrik Qvicker T’ment 2007 East Regional 2008 East Regional 2009 South Central Regional 2009 NCAA Championship 2010 Southwest Regional

scores finish 73-73-79=225 T56 71-70-72=213 T38 79-73-75=227 T21 71-76-75=222 T60 76-80-78=234 T63 Career 14/15 2 0 0/5 0 70 (-1), 2008 213 (E), 2008

scores finish 78-78-89=245 133 72-68-75=215 T58 75-84-77=236 T46 73-77-74=224 T79 79-73-76=228 T49 Career 13/15 1 1 0/5 0 68 (-3), 2008 215 (+2), 2008

Counters/Team Rounds Par/Better Rounds Rounds in 60s Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) Wins Low Round Low 54-hole total rrende round-by-round eeagle birdie Par bogey other Par/bet% 2007 1 0 2 11 2 3 72.2% 2007 2 1 1 8 7 1 55.6% 2007 3 0 0 7 7 4 38.9% Ben Rickett’s T13 finish at the 2009 South Central Regional led the Mocs 2008 1 0 4 9 5 0 72.2% to their first NCAA Championship appearance. Career 2008 2 0 6 9 3 0 83.3% Counters/Team Rounds 7/9 2008 3 0 3 9 5 1 66.7% Par/Better Rounds 2 2009 R1 0 1 13 4 0 77.8% Rounds in 60s 1 2009 R2 0 3 8 2 5 61.1% Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) 0/3 2009 R3 0 2 9 7 0 61.1% Wins 0 2009 F1 0 4 9 4 1 72.2% Low Round 69 (-2), 2008 2009 F2 0 1 11 5 1 66.7% Low 54-hole total 216 (+3), 2008 2009 F3 0 3 9 6 0 66.7% rickett round-by-round 2010 1 0 0 14 2 2 77.8% eagle birdie Par bogey other Par/bet% 2010 2 0 5 7 6 0 66.7% 2008 1 1 4 10 2 1 83.3% 2010 3 0 2 10 6 0 66.7% 2008 2 0 3 11 3 1 77.8% Totals 1 37 143 71 18 67.0% 2008 3 1 2 9 5 1 66.7% 2009 R1 0 5 8 5 0 72.2% ben rickett 2009 R2 0 3 11 4 0 77.8% T’ment scores finish 2009 R3 0 2 8 7 1 55.6% 2008 East Regional 69-73-74=216 T65 2009 F1 0 1 11 5 1 66.7% 2009 South Central Regional 72-73-81=226 T13 2009 F2 0 5 8 5 0 72.2% 2009 NCAA Championship 78-71-77=226 T96 2009 F3 0 2 9 6 1 61.1% Totals 2 27 85 42 6 70.4%

Counters/Team Rounds Par/Better Rounds Rounds in 60s Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) Wins Low Round Low 54-hole total Qvicker round-by-round eagle birdie Par bogey other Par/bet% 2007 1 0 3 11 4 0 77.8% 2007 2 0 3 12 2 1 83.3% 2007 3 0 2 9 5 2 61.1% 2008 1 0 4 10 4 0 77.8% 2008 2 0 6 7 5 0 72.2% 2008 3 0 4 10 3 1 77.8% 2009 R1 0 2 9 5 2 61.1% 2009 R2 0 3 11 4 0 77.8% 2009 R3 0 0 15 3 0 83.3% 2009 F1 0 4 10 4 0 77.8% 2009 F2 0 1 11 6 0 66.7% 2009 F3 0 4 8 4 2 66.7% 2010 1 0 2 10 6 0 66.7% 2010 2 0 1 9 7 1 55.6% 2010 3 0 1 10 7 0 61.1% Totals 0 40 152 69 9 71.1% Freddie Qvicker played in 4 NCAA Regionals in his career (2007-10).

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Chris robb T’ T’ment 2011 Colorado Regional 2012 Bowling Green Regional 2012 NCAA Championship 2013 Columbus Regional

scores finish 70-69-77=216 T24 72-76-74=222 T26 76-72-75=223 T69 79-72-75=226 T48 Career Counters/Team Rounds 11/12 Par/Better Rounds 2 Rounds in 60s 1 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) 0/4 Wins 0 Low Round 69 (-3), 2011 Colorado Reg. (2) Low 54-hole total 216 (E), 2011 Colorado Reg.


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide nCaa hiStoRY robb round-by-round eagle birdie Par bogey other Par/bet% 2011 1 0 6 9 2 1 83.3% 2011 2 0 4 13 1 0 94.4% 2011 3 0 2 10 5 1 66.7% 2012 R1 0 5 8 5 0 72.2% 2012 R2 0 1 12 5 0 72.2% 2012 R3 0 6 7 4 1 72.2% 2012 F1 0 1 11 6 0 66.7% 2012 F2 0 4 9 5 0 72.2% 2012 F3 0 0 14 4 0 77.8% 2013 1 0 0 11 6 1 61.1% 2013 2 0 2 14 1 1 88.9% 2013 3 0 1 13 3 1 77.8% Totals 0 32 131 47 6 75.5% benni Weilguni T’ment 2011 Colorado Regional 2013 Columbus Regional Counters/Team Rounds Par/Better Rounds Rounds in 60s Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) Wins Low Round Low 54-hole total Weilguni round-by-round eagle birdie 2011 1 0 3 2011 2 0 3 2011 3 0 4 2013 1 0 0 2013 2 0 6 2013 3 0 1 Totals 0 17

scores finish 73-74-72=219 T44 83-69-76=228 T55 Career 4/6 2 1 0/2 0 69 (-2), 2013 Columbus Reg. 219 (+3), 2011 Colorado Reg. Par bogey other Par/bet% 12 2 1 83.3% 10 5 0 72.2% 10 4 0 77.8% 11 2 5 61.1% 8 4 0 77.8% 11 6 0 66.7% 62 23 6 73.1%

all-Time nCaa resulTs

2007 nCaa east regional May 17-19 • Alpharetta, Ga. The Golf Club of Georgia • Par 72 • 7,017 1) No. 1 Georgia 286-288-281 2) No. 9 Florida 290-285-292 tie) Auburn 293-284-290 tie) No. 13 Georgia Tech 284-294-289 5) No. 20 Florida State 300-292-281 6) Duke 288-293-293 7) No. 22 Charlotte 296-291-288 8) No. 24 North Carolina 305-286-286 9) No. 16 Georgia State 289-304-287 10) No. 11 Coastal Carolina 300-290-294 CUT tie) No. 8 Clemson 293-299-292 12) Virginia Tech 304-292-292 13) UCF 299-294-297 14) UAB 303-299-296 15) Eastern Michigan 300-309-290 16) Penn State 297-304-300 17) Ole Miss 309-297-297

855 (-9) 867 (+3) 867 (+3) 867 (+3) 873 (+9) 874 (+10) 875 (+11) 877 (+13) 880 (+16) 884 (+20) 884 (+20) 888 (+24) 890 (+26) 898 (+34) 899 (+35) 901 (+37) 903 (+39)

18) Jacksonville State 19) CHaTTanooGa 20) Maryland 21) St. John’s 22) Old Dominion 23) Louisiana-Lafayette 24) Rhode Island tie) Hartford 26) Boston College 27) Longwood Mocs: T50) Jonathan Hodge T56) Fredrik Qvicker T78) Bryce Ledford T105) Mitch Brock 133) Derek Rende

303-301-304 299-306-305 295-310-307 316-302-305 314-301-311 309-319-309 321-309-310 321-315-304 315-316-316 309-327-315

908 (+44) 910 (+46) 912 (+48) 923 (+59) 926 (+62) 937 (+73) 940 (+80) 940 (+80) 947 (+87) 951 (+91)

71-78-75 224 (+8) 73-73-79 225 (+9) 78-77-73 228 (+12) 77-79-78 234 (+18) 78-78-89 245 (+29)

2008 nCaa east regional May 15-17 • Chattanooga, Tenn. Council Fire Golf Club • Par 71 • 6,961 1) No. 1 Georgia 265-271-275 2) Augusta State 273-282-277 3) UC Irvine 283-275-278 4) Mississippi State 278-282-278 5) UAB 287-274-278 6) No. 16 Auburn 281-277-282 7) No. 5 Charlotte 281-282-281 8) No. 21 East Tennessee State 286-283-276 9) Middle Tennessee 278-286-282 10) Virginia 286-287-276 CUT 11) No. 24 Michigan State 285-279-287 12) no. 15 CHaTTanooGa 282-281-290 tie) New Mexico State 280-281-292 14) N.C. State 279-296-280 15) Virginia Tech 281-291-286 16) No. 7 South Carolina 288-293-278 17) Georgia State 287-286-288 18) North Florida 293-288-281 19) No. 12 Duke 286-282-295 20) Memphis 289-291-284 tie) Western Carolina 285-289-290 22) Coastal Carolina 285-291-289 23) SMU 276-295-295 tie) Colorado State 282-293-291 25) Ole Miss 293-291-287 26) Western Illinois 293-292-290 27) Jackson State 302-334-312 Mocs: T23) Jonathan Hodge 70-71-69 T38) Fredrik Qvicker 71-70-72 T58) Derek Rende 72-68-75 T65) Ben Rickett 69-73-74 T121) J.T. Clendenin 77-72-76

302-302-310 914 (+50) 299-310-305 914 (+50) 298-307-312 301-309-310 306-302-317 312-309-315 299-320-317 306-319-312 302-316-323 319-325-325

917 (+53) 920 (+56) 925 (+61) 936 (+72) 936 (+72) 937 (+73) 941 (+77) 969 (+105)

72-73-81 73-70-83 79-73-75 75-84-77 78-87-76

226 (+10) 226 (+10) 227 (+11) 236 (+20) 241 (+25)

811 (-41) 832 (-20) 836 (-16) 838 (-14) 839 (-13) 840 (-12) 844 (-8) 845 (-7) 846 (-6) 849 (-3) 851 (-1) 853 (+1) 853 (+1) 855 (+3) 858 (+6) 859 (+7) 861 (+9) 862 (+10) 863 (+11) 864 (+12) 864 (+12) 865 (+13) 866 (+14) 866 (+14) 871 (+19) 875 (+23) 948 (+96) 210 (-3) 213 (E) 215 (+2) 216 (+3) 225 (+12)

2009 nCaa south Central regional May 14-16 • Stillwater, Okla. Karsten Creek Golf Club • Par 72 • 7,407 1) No. 4 Oklahoma State 296-289-296 881 (+17) 2) No. 9 Arkansas 298-301-304 903 (+39) 3) CHaTTanooGa 298-300-309 907 (+43)

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4) Northwestern tie) No. 16 TCU CUT 6) No. 21 LSU 7) Baylor 8) Wichita State 9) Denver tie) Tulsa 11) Michigan State 12) Pepperdine 13) Oral Roberts Mocs: T13) Ben Rickett T13) Stephan Jaeger T21) Fredrik Qvicker T46) Derek Rende T60) Jonathan Hodge

Jonathan Hodge tees off at the 2009 NCAA Championship at Inverness.

2009 nCaa Championship May 26-28 • Toledo, Ohio Inverness Club • Par 71 • 7,255 Stroke Play - Top 8 advance to Match Play 1) No. 2 Oklahoma State 288-280-281 2) No. 13 Arizona State 294-281-287 3) No. 3 Southern California 305-281-279 tie) No. 10 Arkansas 297-283-285 tie) No. 4 Washington 293-286-286 6) Michigan 296-285-287 7) No. 15 Texas A&M 298-276-295 tie) No. 1 Georgia 288-285-296 CUT FOR MATCH PLAY 9) No. 20 TCU 299-285-289 10) No. 8 Georgia Tech 301-285-288 tie) No. 21 UCF 300-283-291 12) No. 12 Tennessee 294-289-292 13) San Diego 293-293-291 14) Duke 297-285-296 15) No. 7 Alabama 298-288-293 16) No. 11 South Carolina 305-286-294

849 (-3) 862 (+10) 865 (+13) 865 (+13) 865 (+13) 868 (+16) 869 (+17) 869 (+17) 873 (+21) 874 (+22) 874 (+22) 875 (+23) 877 (+25) 878 (+26) 879 (+27) 885 (+33)


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide nCaa hiStoRY 17) Iowa 18) no. 25 CHaTTanooGa 19) No. 9 Florida 20) No. 6 Stanford 21) No. 16 Illinois 22) Oregon 23) No. 17 Texas Tech tie) No. 14 UCLA 25) Ohio State 26) No. 24 Texas 27) Wake Forest tie) Virginia 29) Northwestern 30) Arizona Mocs: T60) Stephan Jaeger T60) Fredrik Qvicker T79) Derek Rende T96) Ben Rickett T120) Jonathan Hodge

301-296-290 292-297-299 310-287-292 305-298-288 299-291-302 306-293-298 303-292-305 306-295-299 294-310-297 308-300-295 302-304-298 306-297-301 298-304-306 310-302-297

887 (+35) 888 (+36) 889 (+37) 891 (+39) 892 (+40) 897 (+45) 900 (+48) 900 (+48) 901 (+49) 903 (+51) 904 (+52) 904 (+52) 908 (+56) 909 (+57)

74-75-73 222 (+9) 71-76-75 222 (+9) 73-77-74 224 (+11) 78-71-77 226 (+13) 74-75-80 229 (+16)

2010 nCaa southwest regional May 20-22 • Santee, Calif. Carlton Oaks Golf Club • Par 72 • 7,360 1) No. 1 Oregon 294-290-286 2) No. 13 Augusta State 303-286-291 T3) Cal 294-292-291 T3) No. 12 UNLV 294-294-298 T3) No. 24 Tennessee 294-296-296 CUT 6) UCF 295-301-297 T7) New Mexico State 296-302-297 T8) San Diego State 304-294-301 T8) UC Irvine 303-297-301 T10) Missouri 300-302-306 T10) Arizona 307-297-304 12) CHaTTanooGa 304-299-309 13) Oral Roberts 304-302-317 Mocs: T21) Steven Fox 75-72-76 T45) Stephan Jaeger 74-74-79 T49) Derek Rende 79-73-76 T63) Fredrik Qvicker 76-80-78 T74) J.T. Clendenin 82-87-79

870 (+6) 880 (+16) 886 (+22) 886 (+22) 886 (+22) 893 (+29) 895 (+31) 899 (+35) 899 (+35) 908 (+44) 908 (+44) 912 (+48) 923 (+59) 223 (+7) 227 (+11) 228 (+12) 234 (+18) 248 (+32)

2011 nCaa Colorado regional May 19-21 • Erie, Colo. Colorado National G.C. • Par 72 • 7,753 1) No. 1 Oklahoma State 276-275-282 833 (-31) 2) Colorado State 283-289-279 851 (-13) 3) Northwestern 293-286-276 855 (-9) T4) No. 12 Georgia 294-276-287 857 (-7) T4) No. 24 Arizona State 282-290-285 857 (-7) CUT 6) TCU 289-282-287 858 (-6) 7) No. 25 Clemson 289-281-289 859 (-5) 8) No. 13 Auburn 280-287-294 861 (-3) 9) CHaTTanooGa 291-288-284 863 (-1) 10) Denver 294-289-290 873 (+9) 11) San Jose State 295-287-292 874 (+10) 12) New Mexico State 296-287-295 878 (+14)

13) North Florida Mocs: T16) Stephan Jaeger T24) Chris Robb T44) Steven Fox T44) Benni Weilguni T64) Davis Bunn

307-291-295 893 (+29) 73-71-71 70-69-77 75-77-67 73-74-72 77-74-74

2012 nCaa bowling Green regional May 17-19 • Bowling Green, Ky. Club at Olde Stone • Par 72 • 7,248 1) CHaTTanooGa 294-281-284 2) No. 15 Texas A&M 295-278-287 3) No. 3 UCLA 284-287-292 4) Virginia Tech 297-286-291 5) Memphis 295-287-294 CUT 6) No. 11 Arkansas 302-292-285 7) North Texas 295-299-286 8) Northwestern 301-286-294 9) Iowa State 305-288-293 tie) Colorado State 294-293-299 11) No. 21 Clemson 295-295-297 308-305-296 12) Jacksonville State 13) Penn 313-304-309 14) Alabama State 319-322-329 Mocs: 1) stephan Jaeger 70-67-66 T3) Steven Fox 76-64-71 T26) Chris Robb 72-76-74 T35) Liam Johnston 77-74-73 T57) Davis Bunn 76-83-74

215 (-1) 216 (E) 219 (+3) 219 (+3) 225 (+9)

859 (-5) 860 (-4) 863 (-1) 874 (+10) 876 (+12) 879 (+15) 880 (+16) 881 (+17) 886 (+22) 886 (+22) 887 (+23) 909 (+45) 926 (+62) 970 (+106) 203 (-13) 211 (-5) 222 (+6) 224 (+8) 233 (+17)

nCaa Championship May 29-June 3, 2012 • Pacific Palisades, Calif. The Riviera Country Club • Par 71 • 7,292 1) No. 2 Alabama 285-287-287 859 (+7) 2) No. 5 UCLA 289-287-285 861 (+9) 3) No. 1 Texas 290-295-284 869 (+17) 4) No. 3 Cal 295-289-287 871 (+19) tie) No. 10 San Diego State 292-295-284 871 (+19) 6) No. 8 Washington 296-286-290 872 (+20) 7) No. 7 Oregon 291-294-288 873 (+21) 8) No. 17 Kent State 293-291-291 875 (+23) CUT FOR MATCH PLAY tie) No. 19 Florida State 290-290-295 875 (+23)

10) Liberty 11) Oklahoma 12) No. 11 UNF tie) No. 18 Florida 14) No. 15 Texas A&M 15) No. 4 Auburn tie) No. 6 Southern California 17) No. 23 Georgia 18) CHaTTanooGa 19) No. 9 Stanford tie) No. 20 UCF 21) Illinois 22) No. 25 Iowa tie) No. 16 Virginia 24) Virginia Tech 25) Lamar 26) East Carolina 27) TCU 28) Memphis 29) UAB 30) Tulsa Mocs: T45) Stephan Jaeger T54) Steven Fox T69) Chris Robb T99) Davis Bunn T114) Liam Johnston

295-288-293 289-292-296 290-291-297 288-296-294 298-296-285 288-299-293 298-286-296 295-298-288 299-295-290 293-302-290 290-298-297 295-289-303 290-299-299 306-292-290 299-302-289 299-303-290 295-303-297 299-299-299 299-302-300 297-303-302 306-307-305

876 (+24) 877 (+25) 878 (+26) 878 (+26) 879 (+27) 880 (+28) 880 (+28) 881 (+29) 884 (+32) 885 (+33) 885 (+33) 887 (+35) 888 (+36) 888 (+36) 890 (+38) 892 (+40) 895 (+43) 897 (+45) 901 (+49) 902 (+50) 918 (+66)

76-73-70 219 (+6) 76-75-70 221 (+8) 76-72-75 223 (+10) 76-75-75 226 (+13) 71-80-77 228 (+15)

nCaa Columbus regional May 16-18, 2013 • Columbus, Ohio Scarlet Course • Par 71 • 7,286 1) No. 5 New Mexico 294-293-283 2) No. 20 South Carolina 288-296-288 tie) No. 18 Auburn 293-293-286 4) UNLV 292-292-294 5) Texas Tech 299-288-292 6) Virginia 303-294-285 7) No. 8 Stanford 291-295-298 8) Missouri 294-301-291 9) Chattanooga 304-294-291 tie) Charlotte 287-309-293 11) San Francisco 297-299-297 12) Georgia Southern 298-308-309 13) Valparaiso 309-308-310 Mocs: T22) Steven Fox 73-77-71 T37) Liam Johnston 74-78-72 T48) Chris Robb 79-72-75 T51) Davis Bunn 78-76-73 T55) Benni Weilguni 83-69-76

870 (+18) 872 (+20) 872 (+20) 878 (+26) 879 (+27) 882 (+30) 884 (+32) 886 (+34) 889 (+37) 889 (+37) 893 (+41) 915 (+63) 927 (+75) 221 (+6) 224 (+9) 226 (+11) 227 (+12) 228 (+13)

The 2012 team captured the NCAA Bowling Green Regional and competed for the NCAA Championship at famed Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles, Calif.

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2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide uniVeRSitY adMiniStRation Dr. Steve Angle assumed his role as Chancellor and the 17th leader of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on July 1, 2013. Prior to coming to UTC, Angle served as Senior Vice President at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, and Executive in Residence at the Ohio Board of Regents (2012-2013). Prior to this appointment, he was the University Provost and a Professor of Chemistry (20072012). He earned a B.A. degree in Chemistry from the University of California, Irvine (1978) and a M.S. degree in Organic Chemistry from the University of California, Los Angeles (1981), before returning to UC-Irvine for his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry (1984).

Dr. steve angle

Chancellor July 1, 2013 to present

While at Wright State, Angle oversaw an increase of research and sponsored program awards from $64 million in 2006 to over $100 million in 2012, all while state funding was reduced. At the Ohio Board of Regents, Angle helped lead the development of “Complete College Ohio,� a plan in conjunction with adult career centers, community colleges, and universities across Ohio to raise graduation rates and provide well-qualified workers for the state. Before his tenure at Wright State, Angle served as Dean of the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences and Director of the Agricultural and Natural Resources Program at the University of California, Riverside (2001-2007). While at UC Riverside, he also served as interim Dean and Director (2000-2001), Associate Dean for Physical and Mathematical Sciences at the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences (1997-2000), and a faculty member in chemistry (1986-2007).Angle served as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Wisconsin, Madison (1984-1986). Angle has had numerous research publications featured in periodicals such as Journal of Organic Chemistry, Tetrahedron Letters, and Journal of the American Chemical Society. He has also made 142 research presentations across the country. During his time as a professor, Angle was the major professor to 21 Ph.D. students, advisor and mentor to nine post-doctoral scholars, and was also mentor to 25 students who carried out research in the Angle Laboratory. He is married to Dr. Dominique Belanger, and is the father of three: Brad, Ian, and Zoe.

Dr. Jerald Ainsworth Provost of Academic Affairs

Pat branum Interim Vice Chancellor University Advancement

Dr. richard brown Vice Chancellor Finance & Ops

Chuck Cantrell Assistant Vice Chancellor University Relations

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Dr. John Delaney Vice Chancellor Student Development

Terry Denniston Chief of Staff


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide athletiCS adMiniStRation University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Interim Chancellor Dr. Grady Bogue and Chancellor-elect Dr. Steven Angle announced David Blackburn as the institution’s new Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics on April 20, 2013. Blackburn most recently served as the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Administration at the University of Tennessee where he was member of the Volunteers’ executive staff. Blackburn jumped right into his new role, making two high-profile hires in less than a month on the job. On May 10, 2013, he announced Hall of Famer Jim Foster as the new coach of the Lady Mocs basketball program. Four days later, he introduced Will Wade as the new men’s basketball coach at UTC.

David blackburn

Vice Chancellor/ Director of Athletics April 20, 2013 to present

Both hires were met with enthusiasm and excitement in the Scenic City and quickly showed that Blackburn’s skills and experience give him the ability to find the right fit for the Mocs. He has certainly impressed the Chattanooga faithful heading into his first season leading the Mocs. A 1990 graduate of the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Science in Education, Blackburn has over two decades

of experience in college athletics. He began his career at Tennessee in 1993 working with then-head football coach Phillip Fulmer, serving in a variety of roles within the program. He held his most recent position since 2008 as direct oversight of Vols football and its senior-level administrator. At Tennessee, Blackburn served as the athletic department liaison to the Thornton Center, the student-athlete academic support unit. He was appointed to participate in various search committees for head coaches and upper level departmental staff. He also participated in the design and construction of Tennessee’s new $48 million football training center. In August of 2003, Blackburn made a transition into fundraising and became the Assistant Athletic Director for Development. During his tenure working in fundraising, the Volunteer Athletic Scholarship Fund saw record growths in all areas. Most noted were total athletic gifts more than doubling from $19.5 million in 2003 to over $41 million in 2007. Also, he helped secure an $84 million multi-media rights contract with Host Communications. In 2007, Blackburn was promoted to Associate Athletic Director for Administration where he broadened his scope of athletic department management serving on then-Athletic Director Mike Hamilton’s senior management team. That appointment included oversight of the track and field program, the swimming and diving teams, facility operations, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, equipment operations, and event management. A native of Loudon, Tenn., Blackburn is married to the former Andrea Radel of Albion, Mich. They have two daughters, Emma and Charlee.

laura Herron Sr. Associate A.D. SWA

matt Pope Sr. Associate A.D. Finance & Ops

andrew Horton Sr. Associate A.D. Development & Sales

Dr. emily blackman Associate A.D. Student Support Services

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Dr. Jay blackman Associate A.D. Communications & Marketing

Dr. Debbie ingram Faculty Athletics Rep.


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide MoCS MiSSion & 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.

aCaDemiCallY • The Mocs tied a program record with 11 teams scoring a 3.0 GPA in both the fall and spring semesters in the 2012-13 academic year. • 57 student-athletes earned degrees in 2012-13.

Core Values

• 58 student-athletes named to the fall, winter and spring Academic All-Southern Conference Teams.

Six core values guide and govern our actions at all times. Integrity:

aTHleTiCallY

We can be counted upon to ‘do the right thing.’

• Four teams won SoCon titles in 2012-13 - women’s basketball, wrestling, men’s golf and women’s golf.

respect:

We treat ourselves and others with dignity and respect.

positive Attitude:

We expect the best of ourselves and others.

• Six teams - women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, wrestling and men’s and women’s golf competed in postseason play. • Individually, the Mocs had three All-Americans, two SoCon Athletes of the Year, one SoCon Tournament MVP, five SoCon Champions, two SoCon Freshmen of the Year and three SoCon Coaches of the Year. Chattanooga also brought home 40 All-SoCon honors, while 23 student-athletes made various SoCon All-Freshmen teams. Men’s golfer Steven Fox won the U.S. Amateur in August of 2012.

premier Service:

We work together to take care of people.

Accountability:

We are an important part of a great team.

Continuous Improvement:

soCiallY

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 student-athletes 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 Rob Robinson, Director for Compliance, at (423) 425-5577. Thank you for your support and GO MOCS! 62

• The Mocs volunteered at numerous community events throughout the year, including National Volunteer Week, Special Olympics, FMSC MobilePack, Read Across America and many more. • The Mocs looked to expand their presence in the surrounding areas with Caravan trips to Birmingham, Atlanta and Nashville. Not to forget their closest fans, the student-athletes 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 April Fools joke that brought back the ‘Shoe’ mascot, the introduction of the mobile ticket van, the ‘Pac the Mac’ promotion that sold out the wrestling match vs. Iowa and the annual ‘30 Minutes or Less’ promotion for football.


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide SoutheRn ConfeRenCe SoCon MeMberSHip entering 2013-14

school Appalachian State CHaTTanooGa The Citadel Davidson Elon Furman Georgia Southern ALL-TIMe SOUTHern COnFerenCe MeMBerS UNC Greensboro Alabama (1921-1932) appalachian state (1971-present) Samford Auburn (1921-1932) Western Carolina College of Charleston (1998-2013) Wofford Chattanooga (1976-present) The Citadel (1936-present) - no men’s golf Clemson (1921-1953) Davidson (1936-1988, 1991-present) 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) 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)

location Boone, N.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 1976 1936 1991 (1936-88) 2003 1936 1991 1997 2008 1976 1997

New Members in 2014-15: East Tennessee State, Mercer & VMI 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 regularly sends multiple schools to regionals as well as posting several individual berths in recent years. A SoCon school has qualified for the NCAA Championship nine times since the turn of the century with the Mocs being the most recent entry in 2012. 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 firstclass meeting area and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents.

appalachian state mountaineers

furman Paladins

Chattanooga mocs

Georgia southern eagles

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The Citadel bulldogs

unC Greensboro spartans

Davidson Wildcats

samford bulldogs

elon Phoenix

Western Carolina Catamounts

Wofford Terriers


2013-14 Chattanooga golf guide Media infoRMation Media outletS

FOLLOW THe CHATTAnOOGA MOCS OnLIne

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.

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.

• GoMocs.com is managed by Neulion with the content updated and edited by the Chattanooga Communications and Media Relations and Creative Services offices.

Be sure you are visiting one of the three official Chattanooga Athletics facebook pages • Chattanooga Athletics Department fan page • Mocs Manics Facebook group

• 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.

The quickest way to get the latest Chattanooga info on your mobile phone is by following @GoMocsMGLF 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.

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

inTerVieW reQuesTs

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

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.

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

Phone interview requests at tournaments should also go through Horten.

WTVC 9 (abC)

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: 423-4252350/C: 423-645-8733), text or email (james-horten@utc.edu).

CHaTTanooGa aTHleTiCs CommuniCaTions & meDia relaTions sTaff

WrCb 3 (nbC)

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

ra ouTleTs raDio bbrewer 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 WG

Jay blackman

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

Tyler brown

Assistant Office - (423) 425-2116 Cell - (423) 619-0557 tyler-brown@mocs.utc.edu

Jim Horten

assistant Director - Golf siD office - (423) 425-2350 Cell - (423) 645-8733 james-horten@utc.edu

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anne Wehunt

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

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

news radio WkWn 1420 am & 106.1 fm n Chris Goforth (c_goforth@hotmail.com) www.discoverdade.com



2013-14 Chattanooga Mocs Men's Golf Guide