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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 Colette Murray .........................................................16-17 Student-Athlete Profiles...........................................18-29 Jordan Britt........................................................18-19 Porsche Campbell ..............................................20-21 Mette Kryger......................................................22-23 Isabella Loza ......................................................24-25 Emily McLennan ................................................26-27 Agathe Sauzon...................................................28-29 2012-13 Rewind ......................................................30-35 Letterwinners/Honor Roll ............................................. 36 Year-by-Year Stats/All-Time Wins.................................. 37 Team & Individual Records .......................................38-41 Year-by-Year Results ................................................42-44 NCAA Appearances...................................................45-49 Administration.........................................................50-51 Chancellor Dr. Steve Angle ...................................... 50 Athletics Director David Blackburn.......................... 51 Mocs Mission & Core Values........................................... 52 Southern Conference..................................................... 53 Media Information........................................................ 54

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 .........................................................@UTCmocsGolf Facebook.................................................ChattanoogaMocs

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TEAM INFORMATION

Record.................................................... 70-92-2 The 2013-14 Chattanooga Golf Guide is a production of the 2012-13 Record Final Rankings: Athletics Communications Office, Dr. Jay Blackman DirecGolfweek/Sagarin Performance Index .....................69 tor. Page layout, writing and editing by Assistant Director Jim Horten. Editorial assistance from Blackman, Tyler Golfstat................................................................... 72 Brown, Matt Pope and Anne Wehunt. Photos courtesy of Golf World Coaches ............................................... N/A UTC archives, Dale Rutemeyer, David Humber, Jaimie Davis, SoCon Finish.............................................1st out of 10 SoCon Photos and Horten. Cover designs by Horten. Postseason.......................NCAA East Regional (T19th) Titles.............................2 (SoCon/Lady Paladin Invite) The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is an equal Medalist.................................................................... 2 opportunity employer/affirmative action/Titles VI and IX/ Agathe Sauzon (SoCon Champ., +2, 75-71-72=218) Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution. Marion Duvernay (Furman, +3, 74-70-75=219) Letterwinners Returning (Starters)............................6 (Starters) (5) Lost (Starters) ........................................................... 0 Newcomers (Redshirts)................................................... 0 HEAD COACH.........Colette Murray (Jacksonville State ‘04) Chattanooga Record................... 542-456-17 (6 years) Career Record..................................................... Same Titles....................................................................... 14 Medalists ................................................................ 11 Office Phone .......................................(423) 425-5566 Email.................................... Colette-Murray@utc.edu ADMINISTRATIVE ASST...... Melissa Cate (423) 425-4444 GOLF SID.........................................................Jim Horten Office Phone .......................................(423) 425-2350 Cell Phone...........................................(423) 645-8733 Email...................................... James-Horten@utc.edu

Junior Agathe Sauzon 2013 SoCon Medalist

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.

MOCS IN PRO GOLF

There are currently two former Chattanooga Mocs in the world of professional golf. Former standouts and teammates Emma de Groot (2008-11) and Christine Wolf (2008-11) earned status on American and European tours in 2013. For the second straight year, de Groot played on the Symetra Tour, the road to the LPGA Tour, as well as the Australian Ladies Professional Golf Tour early in 2013. Wolf competed on the Ladies European Tour Access Series. She claimed her first professional win at the Crete Ladies Open on that tour in October 2012.

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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 women’s golf program has a strong history of academic success. Seven Mocs have earned WGCA All-American Scholar honors. The program dots the Dean’s List and/or Athletic Director’s Honor Roll on a regular basis. It has also ranked among the top 20 in the nation in GPA (2011, 2012) for DI squads. 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

WGCA ALL-AMERICAN SCHOLARS

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.

ACADEMIC ALL-SOCON

Jordan Britt 2011, 2013

Mette Kryger 2012, 2013

Isabella Loza 2013

Emily McLennan 2013

DEAN’S LIST UTC students with a 3.2 grade-point-average or greater earn Dean’s List recognition for the semester. FALL 2012: Jordan Britt, Isabella Loza, Emily McLennan (4.0), Mette Kryger (4.0) SPRING 2013: Isabella Loza, Emily McLennan (4.0), Mette Kryger

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: Jordan Britt, Isabella Loza, Emily McLennan (4.0), Mette Kryger (4.0) SPRING 2013: Jordan Britt, Isabella Loza, Emily McLennan (4.0), Mette Kryger

ACADEMIC ALL-SOCON

Jordan Britt

Students with a 3.3 grade-point-average or greater entering spring semester. Jordan Britt, Mette Kryger

Mette Kryger

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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.

Jordan Britt (above) and Colette Murray (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 (@ UTCmocsGolf & @GoMocs).

MOCS IN PROFESSIONAL GOLF

Emma de Groot Symetra Tour: 2012, 2013 Australian Professional Ladies Tour: 2012

Christine Wolf Ladies European Tour: 2013 LET Access Series: 2012, 2013

de Groot played her second season on the Symetra Tour in America. She also played on the Australian Professional Ladies Tour prior to returning to the States. Top finishes through early August:

Wolf played in the Ladies Slovak Open on the LET as well as a full slate on the LET Access Series. At press time, she was No. 20 on the LET Access Series Order of Merit. Top finishes through early August:

1 2 3 6 T12

1 9 T10 T12 T21

Ingham Antil Park Pro-Am Mount Broughton Classic The Vintage Pro-Am Bing Lee Samsung Women’s NSW Open Symetra Classic

66 66-70 72-70 72-71-66 71-70-73

66 136 142 209 214

-5 -8 E -7 -2

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2012 Crete Ladies Open Norrporten Ladies Open Ingaro Ladies Open Ocho Golf Ladies Open HLR Golf Academy Open

67 76-73-73 73-68-72 65-73-74 75-71-74

67 -4 222 +4 213 E 212 +2 220 +7

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.

Emily McLennan and the Mocs women’s golf team utilize the Wolford Family Strength and Condition Center in and out of season to remain in peak condition.

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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.

ChampionTrevor Janssen finished 18th at the SoCon Cross Country Champion ships 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 g.p.a. in both the fall and spring semesters. • Men’s cross country had a school record 3.84 g.p.a. in the spring and the No. 2 g.p.a. in the nation last season. • UTC has had at least a 2.9 cumulative student-athlete g.p.a. 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 g.p.a. 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 g.p.a. and led the Lady Mocs to the 2013 Senior Kayla Christopher had a 4.0 g.p.a. 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. 16-17

Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup Cardinal Golf Course Hosted by Louisville

Sept. 20-22

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

Sept. 30-Oct. 1 Starmount Fall Classic Starmount Forest Country Club Hosted by UNCG

Site Simpsonville, Ky.

Knoxville, Tenn.

Greensboro, N.C.

Oct. 7-8

Lady Pirate Intercollegiate Greenville Country Club Hosted by East Carolina

Greenville, N.C.

Oct. 12-13

Diane Thomason Invitational Finkbine Golf Course Hosted by Iowa

Iowa City, Iowa

Feb. 8

UGA Individual UGA Golf Club Hosted by Georgia

Feb. 17-18

Central District Invitational Cypress Course Hosted by Michigan State

March 2-4

Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Classic Oak & Cougar Point Golf Clubs Hosted by College of Charleston

March 14-16

Insperity Lady Jag Intercollegiate Forest Hills Golf Club Hosted by GRU Augusta

March 24-25

Briar’s Creek Invitational Briar’s Creek Golf Club Hosted by College of Charleston

Athens, Ga.

Lakewood Ranch, Fla.

Hometown/Last School Pronunciation Guide Chattanooga, Tenn./Signal Mountain Vancouver, Canada/UBC POR-shuh Nivaa, Denmark MET-tuh CRY-gur Bucaramanga, Colombia/Aspaen Gimnasio Cantillana LOW-zah Queensland, Australia/Hills Golf Academy Valence, France/Universite Claude Bernard Agatha SAY-sahn

Head Coach: Colette Murray, Seventh Year (Jacksonville State ‘04) STARTERS RETURNING (5 - 6 w/6 or more starts): Agathe Sauzon (75.67, SoCon Champion, All-SoCon), Emily McLennan (75.76, SoCon Freshman of the Year, All-SoCon), Jordan Britt (76.32, All-SoCon), Isabella Loza (77.71), Mette Kryger (78.96), Porsche Campbell (79.64). STARTERS LOST (0):

LETTERWINNERS LOST (0): NEWCOMERS/REDSHIRTS (0): SENIORS (1): Jordan Britt

Kiawah Island, S.C.

Augusta, Ga.

Charleston, S.C.

JUNIORS (3): Porsche Campbell, Mette Kryger, Agathe Sauzon SOPHOMORE (2): Isabella Loza, Emily McLennan FRESHMEN (0): TENNESSEE (1): Jordan Britt (Chattanooga)

Web.com Intercollegiate Marsh Landing Golf Club Hosted by Jacksonville

Jacksonville, Fla.

Apr. 13-15

Southern Conference Championship Moss Creek Golf Club Hosted by SoCon

Hilton Head, S.C.

May 9-11 NCAA Regional Sites: East: Tallahassee, Fla. (SouthWood G.C.); Central: Stillwater, Okla. (Karsten Creek G.C.); West: Cle Elum, Wash. (Tumble Creek - Suncadia Resort) NCAA Championship Tulsa Country Club Hosted by Tulsa

Yr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr.

LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (6): See above

April 7-8

May 21-24

Name Jordan Britt Porsche Campbell Mette Kryger Isabella Loza Emily McLennan Agathe Sauzon

Tulsa, Okla.

AUSTRALIA (1): Emily McLennan (Queensland) CANADA (1): Porsche Campbell (Vancouver) COLOMBIA (1): Isabella Loza (Bucaramanga) DENMARK (1): Mette Kryger (Nivaa) FRANCE (1): Agathe Sauzon (Valence)

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2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE HEAD COACH COLETTE MURRAY SOCON COACH OF THE YEAR: 2010 • 2011 • 2013

Colette Murray was named head coach of the Chattanooga Mocs women’s golf program on January 19, 2006. Her charge was to restart a program that had been dormant at UTC for a couple of decades. She wasted little time in making her mark. In six seasons, Colette’s charges have won four Southern Conference Championships among 14 total team titles. In fact, the Mocs won four times in that first campaign (2007-08). Murray’s squads have captured at least one team win in each of her six campaigns. Chattanooga has reached NCAA postseason play in ALL six years since Murray returned the Mocs to the tee. The inaugural season saw Emma de Groot (2008-11) qualify individually for the 2008 NCAA East Regional. Since then, the team has made five appearances in a row. The first included a major splash. Murray’s Mocs entered the NCAA East Regional on the Scarlet Course in Columbus, Ohio and finished eighth to advance to the NCAA Championship. A tireless worker, her passion and dedication to the game is easy to see. Her commitment to building an elite program based on the department’s mission to establish comprehensive excellence – academically, athletically and socially – as the UTC standard is quite evident as well. Through the 2013 season, Murray’s Mocs have won four straight SoCon Championships and boast the last three medalists. Agathe Sauzon (2013) kept the string alive winning with a birdie on the first playoff hole following in the footsteps of de Groot (2011) and Jordan Britt (2012).

de Groot and Wolf set virtually every school record. Emma won six times with a program-best 74.54 stroke average. Wolf holds records for best 18 (66, 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite), 36 (141, 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite) and 54-hole (209, 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite) totals.

She is a three-time SoCon Coach of the Year (2010, 2011, 2013) and boasts the 2011 SoCon Golfer of the Year in de Groot. She’s had three SoCon Freshmen of the Year – de Groot (2008), Maria Salinas (2009) and Emily McLennan (2013) – along with 13 all-league performers and an NCAA All-Regional Tourney finisher (Maria Juliana Loza in 2011).

Her teams have twice finished among the top 40 in the nation on the course. After ending up No. 39 in 2010, Chattanooga came in at No. 31 to end the 2011 campaign. The squad just missed is that special 2009 year still posting a top 50 at No. 44.

Christine Wolf (2008-11) and de Groot moved on to the pro ranks upon graduation. Wolf earned partial status for 2013 on the European Ladies Tour and her full card on the LET Access Tour. de Groot is in her second year on the Symetra Tour after finishing second in the Club Car Series on the Australian Professional Ladies Tour in the first months of 2013.

The athletic side is not the only source of excellence. She has seen her team flourish as a unit along with several individual accolades. Loza graduated from Chattanooga in the May 2013 with a near 4.0 grade point average to move on the prestigious Stanford School of Engineering for her Master’s program. She is one of seven WGCA Scholar AllAmericans (Britt, Mette Kryger, Yushira Budhram, Marion Duvernay, Isabella Loza and Emily McLennan) in the program’s brief history. Murray’s Mocs have posted a 3.5 or better grade point average six times with a high of 3.721 in the spring of 2012. The 2011 squad ranked No. 13 in the nation among NCAA Division I women’s golf programs with a 3.649 cumulative g.p.a. That was followed by a No. 10 finish in 2012 (3.621) with every student-athlete earning Dean’s List honors as three – Maju Loza, Britt and Kryger earning 4.0 g.p.a.’s in at least one semester. Murray and her teams are active in their community in a variety of ways. While not vocal in their actions, the Mocs have been spotted chipping in with different charitable acts. One of Murray’s favorite endeavors is the Player Development Complex. The Mocs’ practice home is shared with the First Tee of Chattanooga. Instead of just utilizing the facility, Murray and her student-athletes have taken work days at the facility which has a two-fold effect.

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2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE 3-TIME SOCON COACH OF THE YEAR MURRAY AT A GLANCE

Alma Mater: Jacksonville State ‘04 COACHING RECORD Years Wins 2007-08 113 2008-09 86 2009-10 94 2010-11 105 2011-12 74 2012-13 70 Totals 542

Losses 45 89 70 60 100 92 456

Ties 3 2 3 4 3 2 17

Titles 4 2 1 4 1 2 14

NCAA APPEARANCES 2009 Central Regional (8th of 21) 2009 Finals (21st of 24) 2010 East Regional (18th of 24) 2011 Central Regional (T12th of 24) 2012 East Regional (19th of 24) 2013 East Regional (T19th of 24)

One, the team learns all that goes into making their practice home functional. Secondly, it gives them a better appreciation for what others do to make it an elite game-building experience. In May 2011, Murray received special recognition for her impact on the lives of young people. The Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland honored her with the Empowering Women Global Award. She’s a 2004 graduate of Jacksonville State University with a degree in General Studies with a concentration in Psychology. She was a four-year letterwinner earning seven top-10 individual finishes and 15 top-20’s. Overall, Murray and her teammates claimed 10 team titles. She gained her first taste of coaching experience working as an assistant to JSU Head Coach James Hobbs, a longtime, successful collegiate head coach. In 2005, Murray helped guide the Gamecocks women’s team to the Ohio Valley Conference Championship and the program’s first-ever trip to the NCAA Regional Tournament. JSU placed 20th at the NCAA East Regional.

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TITLES 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

A native of Dumfries, Scotland, she was a member of the Scottish golf team. She also represented Scottish National Teams for both lacrosse and soccer.

SOCON COACH OF THE YEAR 2010, 2011, 2013 WGCA ALL-AMERICA SCHOLAR 2010: Maria Juliana Loza 2011: Jordan Britt, Yushira Budhram, Marion Duvernay, Maria Juliana Loza 2012: Mette Kryger, Maria Juliana Loza 2013: Jordan Britt, Mette Kryger, Isabella Loza, Emily McLennan

Murray completed PAS (Plott Advanced Systems) qualifications, Reaching Your Potential Inc., a program that relates personality with movement in discovering your own learning styles. She is a TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) certified golf fitness instructor.

NCAA ALL-REGIONAL 2011: Maria Juliana Loza TEAM TITLES 2007-08: Chris Banister Gamecock Classic, Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate, Hawkeye Invitational, Larry Nelson Collegiate Invitational 2008-09: Chris Banister Gamecock Classic, JMU/ Eagle Landing Invitational 2009-10: Southern Conference Championship 2010-11: Furman Intercollegiate, Kinderlou Forest Challenge, Kinderlou Forest Challenge, JMU/ Eagle Landing Invitational, Southern Conference Championship 2011-12: Southern Conference Championship 2012-13: Lady Paladin Invitational, Southern Conference Championship INDIVIDUAL MEDALISTS Kelly Brotherton, 2007 Chris Banister Gamecock Cl. Emma de Groot, 2008 Samford Women’s Int. Emma de Groot, 2008 Larry Nelson Collegiate Emma de Groot, 2008 Chris Banister Gamecock Cl. Emma de Groot, 2009 JMU/Eagle Landing Inv. Emma de Groot, 2010 SunTrust Gator Women’s Inv. Christine Wolf, 2011 JMU/Eagle Landing Inv. Emma de Groot, 2011 SoCon Championship Jordan Britt, 2012 SoCon Championship Marion Duvernay, 2012 Lady Paladin Inv. Agathe Sauzon, 2013 SoCon Championship

SOCON GOLFER OF THE YEAR 2011: Emma de Groot SOCON FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2008: Emma de Groot 2009: Maria Salinas 2013: Emily McLennan ALL-CONFERENCE PLAYERS 2008: Emma de Groot, Christine Wolf 2009: Emma de Groot, Maria Salinas 2010: Emma de Groot, Maria Juliana Loza 2011: Emma de Groot, Maria Juliana Loza, Christine Wolf 2012: Jordan Britt 2013: Jordan Britt, Emily McLennan, Agathe Sauzon ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 2008: Emma de Groot, Christine Wolf 2009: Maria Juliana Loza, Maria Salinas 2011: Jordan Britt, Yushira Budhram, Marion Duvernay 2012: Mette Kryger 2013: Emily McLennan

NCAA INDIVIDUAL QUALIFIER 2008: Emma de Groot

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2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE PROFILES | RETURNING STARTERS JORDAN BRITT TOURNAMENT HISTORY 2010-11 (Freshman)

Senior – Signal Mountain, Tenn. (Signal Mountain)

- 2013 WGCA All-American Scholar. - 2012 Southern Conference Champion after runner-up finish in 2011 to teammate Emma de Groot. Two-time All-SoCon pick (2012, 2013), 2011 SoCon All-Freshman Team and 2011 NGCA Scholar All-American. - Finished in the final four of the 2010, 2011 and 2013 Tennessee Women’s Amateur, quarterfinals of 2011 Southern Women’s Am, 10th at 2011 Golf Capital of Tennessee Women’s Open and was Class A/AA State Champion in 2009 as a senior at Signal Mountain. 2012-13 WGCA All-American Scholar…All-SoCon and All-SoCon Academic…appeared in 11 events including Lady Bulldog Individual…started 10 team events…27 of 30 rounds counted to team score… top result was runner-up at the Lady Paladin Invitational…third career top two finish…low 54hole total of 221 (+5) at Lady Paladin with her best 18 coming in the final round with a 71 (-1)… two par or better rounds…five birdies in final round and seven for the Lady Paladin were highs… also recorded seven birdies at Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup to open the season…third on the team with 46 birdies…second ins pars per round (11.33) with 340 total…14 (four times) over 18 holes and 40 over 54 (NCAA East Regional) as highs…Dean’s List, Athletic Director’s and SoCon Honor Roll. 2011-12 2012 Southern Conference Champion and All-SoCon pick...led team with 76.57 stroke average...also led squad in birdies (70), par or better rounds (5), fewest bogeys (4.47/round) and par four scoring (4.32)... one eagle and 300 pars to go with those 70 birdies playing par or better a team-high 68.7% of her holes...tied for team lead with Marion Duvernay in top 10s (2) and for the low round of the season (70)...carded 70 four times (Tar Heel Invite/JMU Eagle Landing, SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invite & NCAA East Regional)...final round 70 at NCAA East Regional ties for program-low in an NCAA postseason event with Emma de Groot (2010 East)...won league title by three shots over then-32nd ranked Fanny Cnops (UNCG)...had the Mocs’ season-low 54-hole score with a career-best 220 tying for 10th at JMU Eagle Landing Invite...her five birdies in the final round of the Bettie Lou Evans Invite tied Duvernay for that high as well tying it in her final round of the season at the East Regional...career-hightying 11 birdies at the SoCon Championship was a team best for 2011-12...14 pars (twice) tied for teamhigh with Duvernay, Mette Kryger and Maria Juliana

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Tournament Labor Day Shootout Golfweek Conference Challenge Mercedes-Benz Women’s Champ. The Landfall Tradition Lady Paladin Invitational Kinderlou Forest Challenge SunTrust Gator Women’s Inv. (Individual) JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational Liz Murphrey Collegiate Classic SoCon Championship NCAA Central Regional

Scores 87-45=132 80-80-75=235 79-80-76=235 78-75-69=222 78-81-74=233 81-79-79=239 74-86-78=238 76-72-74=222 78-81-83=242 77-75-70=222 84-79-82=245

Finish T27 T50 T68 T11 T14 T50 T67 T12 T104 2 T112

2011-12 (Sophomore) Tournament Golfweek Conference Challenge Bettie Lou Evans Invite Tar Heel Invite Landfall Tradition Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Classic JMU Eagle Landing Invite SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invite Knights & Pirates Invite Southern Conference Championship NCAA East Regional

Scores 77-83-85=245 84-80-75=239 78-73-70=221 80-88-73=241 79-77-75=231 70-74-76=220 70-79-76=225 76-75-77=228 77-71-74=222 78-77-70=225

Finish T77 T28 T34 T66 T48 T10 T39 T36 1 T46

2012-13 (Junior) Tournament Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Lady Paladin Invitational Lady Bulldog Individual Central District Invitational JMU Eagle Landing Inv. Briar’s Creek Invite Web.com Intercollegiate SoCon Championship NCAA East Regional

Scores 77-74-73=224 75-80-74=229 76-72-74=222 76-74-71=221 79 75-81-75=231 80-78-80=238 82-79-81=242 73-73-78=224 75-82-75=232 77-74-73=224

Finish T14 T28 T26 T2 T16 T36 T72 T71 T36 T16 T51

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE PROFILES | RETURNING STARTERS by nine shots…played for former Mocs guard Wes Moore who helped lead UTC to the 1997 NCAA Sweet 16. PERSONAL Born October 5, 1991 in Chattanooga, Tenn.…daughter of Tim and Gena Britt…has an older sister, Jacqueline, older brother, Chase, and younger brother Garret…won the Humanities Award as a senior at Signal Mountain…Jim Phifer Award winner… majoring in Nursing. CAREER STATS Year Rounds 2010-11 30 2011-12 30 2012-13 31 Totals 91

Strokes Avg. 60’s Par/Bett Top 10’s Eagles Birdies Pars 2333 77.77 1 3 1 0 59 310 2297 76.57 0 5 2 1 70 300 2366 76.32 0 2 1 1 46 340 6996 76.88 1 10 4 2 175 950

CAREER HIGHS Finish: 1, 2012 SoCon Championship Totals: 54-Hole: 220 (+4), 2012 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 36-Hole: 144 (E), 2012 JMU/Eagle Landing Invite 18-Hole: 69 (-3), 2010 Landfall Tradition Rounds: 1st: 70 (-2), Twice (MR: 2012 SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invite) 2nd: 71 (-1), 2012 SoCon Championship 3rd: 69 (-3), 2010 Landfall Tradition Loza...36 pars in back-to-back events (SunTrust Gator/Knights & Pirates)...26 of 30 rounds counted to team score...Dean’s List and SoCon Honor Roll. 2010-11 Averaged 77.77 strokes per round… NGCA All-American Scholar…SoCon All-Freshman team… Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll…runner-up to teammate Emma de Groot at SoCon Championship shooting six-over par 222…closed with a final round 70 (-2) to help Mocs push to 30-stroke victory…topped 17 top 100 golfers tying for 11th at Landfall Tradition including one top 10 (Stephanie Kono, UCLA) and Tennessee Amateur Champ Calle Nielson (Virginia)…season-best 69 (-3) in the final round at Landfall…tied for 14th in the Fall’s final event helping key team’s win at the Lady Paladin Invitational…T12 missing top 10 by single shot at JMU/Eagle Landing Invite (222, +6) playing as an individual…her 54-hole total tied for season-best (Landfall Tradition/SoCon Championship)…six birdies in the final round at the Landfall Tradition is season high as is 11 total birdies in the event….nine rounds with three or more birdies (4 w/5 or more)…tied with Maria Juliana Loza for the low round of the fall (4th lowest season) with a three-under par 69 in the final round of the Landfall Tradition…had 12 or more pars eight times with a high of 14 in the final round of the Golfweek Conference Challenge and second round of Lady Paladin Invite…37 pars at JMU/Eagle Landing Invite was tourney high…59 birdies and 310 pars…18 counters in 26 team rounds. SIGNAL MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL Joined the Eagles prior to her senior year after beginning her prep career at GPS in Chattanooga…led Signal Mountain to the TSSAA A-AA State title as well as district and region crowns…was medalist as well shooting level-par 144 (73-71) and winning

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2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE PROFILES | RETURNING STARTERS PORSCHE CAMPBELL TOURNAMENT HISTORY 2012-13 (Sophomore)

Junior – Vancouver, Canada (UBC)

- Transfer from the University of British Columbia. - Sweet swinging ball-striker. - Three-time junior winner in Canada. 2012-13 10 tournament appearances, three as an individual…top finish was tied for 16th at Lady Bulldog Individual…best 54-hole total was 230 (+14) at Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup…low round was even-par 72 at Cardinal Cup opening the season with a high of five birdies…posted 13 pars in the first round of the Lady Paladin…tourney highs of seven birdies (Cardinal Cup) and 34 pars (Web.com Intercollegiate)…counted in 12 of 21 team rounds…tallied 41 birdies and 251 pars. UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Transfer from the University of British Columbia (NAIA)…competed in four events in 2010-11 for the Thunderbirds. CANADA Won three times as a junior in 2009 and 2010 including the 2009 MJT National Tour Championship, a six-stroke victory…2009 BCGA Zone 4 Junior Champion and won the 2010 MJT Mayfair Lakes…also posted a runner-up and tie for fifth as well in MJT (Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour) events in 2010… three-year captain for the Notre Dame Regional Secondary team from 2007-09…also participated in the CJGA Canadian Team Cup and North Pacific Team Matches in 2009… was a soccer standout.

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Tournament Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup (Ind.) Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Lady Paladin Invitational Lady Bulldog Individual Central District Invitational JMU Eagle Landing Inv. (Ind.) Web.com Intercollegiate SoCon Championship NCAA East Regional

Scores 72-79-79=230 83-80-83=246 80-87-79=246 79-80-75=234 79 81-83-78=242 75-75-85=235 78-79-78=235 75-77-84=236 85-82-80=247

Finish T33 73 T80 T23 T16 T58 T58 T80 T30 T120

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PERSONAL Born December 2, 1992…daughter of David Campbell and Natalie Ogilvy…older brother Josh is a chef…first Mocs golfer from Canada…majoring in Integrated Studies. 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

Pars 293 370 663

CAREER BESTS Finish: T16th, 2013 Lady Bulldog Individual Totals: 54-Hole: 230 (+14), 2012 Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup 36-Hole: 149 (+5), 2012 Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup 18-Hole: 72 (E), 2012 Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup Rounds: 1st: 72 (E), 2012 Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup 2nd: 75 (+3): 2013 JMU Eagle Landing Invitational 3rd: 75 (+3), 2012 Lady Paladin Invitational

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2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE PROFILES | RETURNING STARTERS METTE KRYGER TOURNAMENT HISTORY 2011-12 (Freshman)

Junior – Nivaa, Denmark

- 2012 and 2013 WGCA Scholar All-American. - Has represented Denmark in numerous international competi competitions. - Six top three finishes as a junior from 2009-11 with one win (Furesopokalen). 2012-13 WGCA All-American Scholar…Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll merit as well as SoCon Commissioner’s Medal, SoCon Honor Roll and league All-Academic honors…nine tournament appearances, two as an individual…best finish was tied for 20th at Central District Invitational…227 total there was her best 54-hole total…low round of 71 (-1) opened the event…career high-tying four birdies in the first rounds of the Central District and SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational… seven birdies at the Central District was top tourney mark in 2012-13…14 pars in round two of the Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup ties for her career best…career-best 37 pars at JMU Eagle Landing Invite…15 of 21 rounds counted to team score. 2011-12 Perfect 4.0 both semesters in the classroom earning Dean’s List, Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and SoCon Honor Roll…NGCA Scholar All-American…SoCon All-Freshman squad…represented Denmark in Spirit International competition after fall collegiate slate…best finish was tie for 14th at SoCon Championship…best 54-hole total came at Tar Heel Invite shooting 222 while also recording her low 36 (146) score… led the team in eagles (2)…tied for second in birdies with 50…high of four recorded in first round of Tar Heel Invite and matched later in opening 18 of Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Classic… tourney high of eight birdies (Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Classic & SoCon Championship)…tied for team high of 14 pars in final round of JMU Eagle Landing Invite…36 pars was best tournament total at Knights & Pirates Invite…counted in 26 of 30 team rounds.

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Tournament Golfweek Conference Challenge Bettie Lou Evans Invite Tar Heel Invite Landfall Tradition Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Classic JMU Eagle Landing Invite SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invite Knights & Pirates Invite SoCon Championship NCAA East Regional

Scores 79-84-77=240 83-77-79=239 73-73-76=222 78-80-80=238 73-80-81=234 79-78-71=228 75-78-78=231 74-77-74=225 83-76-78=237 87-83-80=250

Finish T69 T28 T37 T53 T63 T34 T55 T21 T14 120

2012-13 (Sophomore) Tournament Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship Mercedes-Benz Collegiate (Ind.) Lady Paladin Invitational Lady Bulldog Individual Central District Invitational JMU Eagle Landing Inv. SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational Briar’s Creek Invite

Scores 79-76-77=232 79-85-78=242 81-83-76=240 87-87-79=253 83 71-80-76=227 77-74-78=229 76-78-76=230 82-79-77=238

Finish T41 70 T71 66 T28 T20 T36 T56 T53

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 30 2344 78.13 0 1 0 2 50 2012-13 25 1974 78.96 0 1 0 1 34 Totals 55 4318 78.51 0 2 0 3 84

Pars 288 245 533

CAREER BESTS Finish: T14, 2012 SoCon Championship Totals: 54-Hole: 222 (+6), 2011 Tar Heel Invite 36-Hole: 146 (+2), 2011 Tar Heel Invite 18-Hole: 71 (-1), 2012 JMU Eagle Landing Invite & 2013 Central District Invitational Rounds: 1st: 71 (-1), 2013 Central District Invitational 2nd: 73 (+1), 2011 Tar Heel Invite 3rd: 71 (-1), 2012 JMU Eagle Landing Invite

2011-12 Perfect 4.0 both semesters in the classroom earning Dean’s List, Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and SoCon Honor Roll…NGCA Scholar All-American…SoCon All-Freshman squad…represented Denmark in Spirit International competition after fall collegiate slate…best finish was tie for 14th at SoCon Championship…best 54-hole total came at Tar Heel Invite shooting 222 while also recording her low 36 (146) score…led the team in eagles (2)…tied for second in birdies with 50…high of four recorded in first round of Tar Heel Invite and matched later in opening 18 of Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Classic…tourney high of eight birdies (Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Classic & SoCon Championship)…tied for team high of 14 pars in final round of JMU Eagle Landing Invite…36 pars was best tournament total at Knights & Pirates Invite…counted in 26 of 30 team rounds. DENMARK One of Denmark’s top juniors…playing for her home country in the 2011 Spirit International (November)…six top three finishes as a junior (2009-11)…tied for 12th at the Italian Ladies Amateur…third place in the 2009 and 2010 Danish Junior Championships. PERSONAL Born November 18, 1992…daughter of Annette and Henrik Kryger…has one older brother, Jesper…majoring in Communications.

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2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE PROFILES | RETURNING STARTERS ISABELLA LOZA TOURNAMENT HISTORY 2012-13 (Freshman)

Sophomore – Bucaramanga, Colombia (Aspaen Gimnasio Cantillana)

- 2013 WGCA All-American Scholar. - International experience playing in events all over the world including numerous junior events in the U.S. - Represented Colombia in team events during junior career. 2012-13 2013 WGCA All-American Scholar…saw action in 11 events, three as an individual…played through early season hand injury…best result was tied for 12th at the SoCon Championship…top 54-hole total came at the SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational (223)… low Moc three times with all three coming in spring semester over a four-tourney span…counted in 21 of 24 team rounds…high of five birdies in opening round of Briar’s Creek Invitational…15 pars in final 18 at SunTrust Gator Women’s Invite…shot her low round of 72 that day…tourney highs of nine birdies (NCAA East Regional) and 37 pars (SunTrust Gator)…Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll student along with SoCon Commissioner’s Medal and Honor Roll… second in birdies with 54 and third in total pars (307) on the season. COLOMBIA A true international player who owns wins on two continents…2011 Colombia National Champion…2011 AJGA Preseason Junior at the Bridges Golf Cub Medalist…came back

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Tournament Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Lady Paladin Invitational (Ind.) Lady Bulldog Individual Central District Invitational (Ind.) JMU Eagle Landing Inv. SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational Briar’s Creek Invite Web.com Intercollegiate SoCon Championship NCAA East Regional

Scores 78-83-78=239 80-86-74=240 77-77-76=230 86 75-74-77=226 78-74-80=232 78-73-72=223 76-79-81=236 78-79-79=236 77-78-75=230 79-75-77=231

Finish T59 T71 T15 34 T16 T48 T28 T43 T86 T12 T85

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from a one-stroke deficit to win by three with a final round 74 (+1)…qualified for 2011 U.S. Women’s Amateur at Walnut Grove C.C. (Dayton, Ohio)…finished sixth at 2011 Coca-Cola Junior Championship and 2011 Selectivo Suramericano Juvenil…led Colombia to 2011 South American Youth Championship defeating Argentina. PERSONAL Born June 18, 1993 in Bucaramanga, Colombia…daughter of Monica Ortiz and Jorge Loza…older sister Maria Juliana was a two-time All-SoCon pick for the Mocs…majoring in Finance. CAREER STATS Year Rounds Strokes Avg 60’s Par/Bett Top 10’s Eagles Birdies Pars 2012-13 31 2409 77.71 0 0 0 0 54 307 CAREER BESTS Finish: T12, 2013 SoCon Championship Totals: 54-Hole: 223 (+13), 2013 SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational 36-Hole: 149 (+5), 2013 Central District Invitational 18-Hole: 72 (+2), 2013 SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational Rounds: 1st: 75 (+3), 2013 Central District Invitational 2nd: 73 (+3), 2013 SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational 3rd: 72 (+2), 2013 SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational

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2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE PROFILES | RETURNING STARTERS EMILY MCLENNAN TOURNAMENT HISTORY 2012-13 (Freshman)

Sophomore – Queensland, Australia (Hills International)

- 2013 WGCA All-American Scholar. - 2013 Southern Conference Freshman of the Year and All-SoCon. - Former Queensland Golf Industry Junior Player of the Year.

2012-13 All-Southern Conference and SoCon Freshman of the Year…WGCA All-American Scholar…second on the squad with 75.76 stroke average…team counter in all 33 rounds…perfect 4.0 grade point average earning Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll status in both semesters as well as SoCon Commissioner’s Medal and Honor Roll…best finish was tied for fourth at the Lady Paladin Invitational… four top 10’s including three top 5’s overall…tied for fifth at Lady Bulldogs Individual and Southern Conference Championship…low round of 71 (-1) opened the JMU Eagle Landing Invitational leading to tie for ninth and low 54-hole total of five-over par 221…shot 222 (+6) at Lady Paladin and SoCon Championship…18-hole bests of five birdies (Mason Rudolph) and 15 pars (NCAA East Regional)… recorded three or more birdies a team-high 11 times… tourney bests of 10 birdies (Lady Paladin) and 39 pars (JMU Eagle Landing)…led team in birdies (67) and pars (359)…second-best freshman scoring average behind Emma de Groot’s (2008-11) 74.06 in 2007-08. AUSTRALIA One of Australia’s top juniors… won three times with 14 other top 10s since 2010 playing in junior and women’s amateur and professional events…2010 and 2011 Tasmanian Girls Masters Champion…2010 New Caledonia Open winner (women’s pro event)…2010 Queensland Golf Industry Junior Player of the Year…competed in a variety of professional tourneys: 2012 ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open (Ladies

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Tournament Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Lady Paladin Invitational Lady Bulldog Individual Central District Invitational JMU Eagle Landing Inv. SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational Briar’s Creek Invite Web.com Intercollegiate SoCon Championship NCAA East Regional

Scores 73-76-78=227 79-78-75=232 78-75-77=230 76-73-73=222 75 77-77-76=230 71-74-76=221 76-76-74=226 82-79-76=237 75-79-73=227 72-74-76=222 76-75-76=227

Finish T21 T41 T50 T4 T5 T31 T9 T38 T46 T49 T5 T70

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European Tour & Australian LPGA), 2012 Women’s Victorian Open (Australian LPGA) & 2012 Bing Lee/Samsung Women’s New South Wales Open (Australian LPGA)…played for her state of Queensland the in the Australian Teams Junior Championship captaining the team since her 15th birthday…went undefeated in 2011 leading Queensland to the title…represented Golf Australia at British Junior Open (2010), Callaway World Junior (2009, 2011) and Jakarta World Junior Championships (2011)…attended Hills Golf Academy, the same school as PGA Tour player Jason Day. PERSONAL Born June 30, 1994…daughter of Greg and Sue McLennan…two older siblings, Tess and Hannah, and one younger, Alex…majoring in Business. CAREER STATS Year Rounds Strokes Avg 60’s Par/Bett Top 10’s Eagles Birdies Pars 2012-13 34 2576 75.76 0 2 4 0 67 359 CAREER BESTS Finish: T4th, 2012 Lady Paladin Invitational Totals: 54-Hole: 221 (+5), 2013 JMU Eagle Landing Invitational 36-Hole: 145 (+1), 2013 JMU Eagle Landing Invitational 18-Hole: 71 (-1), 2013 JMU Eagle Landing Invitational Rounds: 1st: 71 (-1), 2013 JMU Eagle Landing Invitational 2nd: 73 (+1), 2012 Lady Paladin Invitational 3rd: 73 (+1), 2012 Lady Paladin Invitational & 2013 Web.com Intercollegiate

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2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE PROFILES | RETURNING STARTERS AGATHE SAUZON TOURNAMENT HISTORY 2012-13 (Sophomore)

Junior – Valence, France (Universite Claude Bernard) - 2013 Southern Conference Champion. - 2013 All-SoCon. - January 2013 enrollee. - Boasted strong junior record prior to joining the Mocs

2012-13 Led team with 75.67 stroke average playing in seven events after enrolling in January…counted in 17 of 18 team rounds…two top 10’s winning the Southern Conference Championship and tying for eighth at Web.com Intercollegiate…+3 over 108 holes prior to NCAA East Regional…shot one-over par 217 to win league medalist in a playoff over Mary Chandler Bryan (CofC)…hit 52 degree wedge to within three feet from 96 yards out to win with a birdie…low round of 71 (-1) came in second round at SoCon…four par or better cards…single-round high of three birdies occurred five times including her final round of the season (NCAA East Regional)…tourney high of seven (JMU Eagle Landing Invite)…12 or more pars 14 times with a high of 15 (JMU Eagle Landing Invite & Web.com Intercollegiate)…41 pars at Web.com Intercollegiate…36 or more pars in five of seven events…team-best two eagles…29 birdies and 255 pars…played par or better on 75.7 percent of her holes…team-high 12.14 pars per round…scoring average is a UTC sophomore record just ahead of Emma de Groot’s (2008-11) 75.89 in 2008-09…SoCon Golfer of the Month for April as well as earning Golfer of the Week once (April 10). FRANCE Posted a win and 13 overall top 10’s in ladies and junior events prior to

coming to Chattanooga...won the 2012 Championnat de Ligue Amateur…other top finishes include: second at 2011 Championnat de France Dames, tied for second at 2010 Swiss Amateur and 2010 Grand Prix des Landes, third at 2012 Grand Prix de Savoie… tied for third at 2010 Biarritz Cup, fourth at 2011 Grand Prix de

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Tournament Central District Invitational (Ind.) JMU Eagle Landing Inv. SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational Briar’s Creek Invite Web.com Intercollegiate SoCon Championship NCAA East Regional

Scores 76-77-82=235 76-73-73=222 72-80-72=224 79-86-79=244 72-72-73=217 75-71-72=218 77-74-78=229

Finish T47 T13 T32 T79 T8 1 T79

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE PROFILES | RETURNING STARTERS

Savoie, tied for fifth at 2011 Biarritz Cup, tied for fifth at 2011 Swiss Am…played in the 2012 Fourqueux Ladies Open, a LET Access Series event. PERSONAL Born January 25, 1992…daughter of Jean-Louis and Sylvie Sauzon…two older siblings, Marid and Antoine…also competed in tennis and dance prior to college… majoring in Chemical Engineering. CAREER STATS Year Rounds Strokes Avg 60’s Par/Bett Top 10’s Eagles Birdies Pars 2012-13 21 1589 75.67 0 4 2 2 29 255 CAREER BESTS Finish: 1, 2013 SoCon Championship Totals: 54-Hole: 217 (+1), 2013 Web.com Intercollegiate 36-Hole: 144 (E), 2013 Web.com Intercollegiate 18-Hole: 71 (-1), 2013 SoCon Championship Rounds: 1st: 72 (E/+2), 2013 Web.com Intercollegiate/SunTrust Gator Women’s Invite 2nd: 71 (-1), 2013 SoCon Championship 3rd: 72 (E/+2), 2013 SoCon Championship/2013 SunTrust Gator Women’s Invite

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2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE 2012-13 REWIND Name T’ment Agathe Sauzon 6 Emily McLennan 12 Jordan Britt 11 Isabella Loza 9 Mette Kryger 8 Porsche Campbell 8 Marion Duvernay 7 Team 11

Rnds Avg Counters Low 60’s Par/Bet Top 10’s Best Finish 21 75.67 17 71 0 4 2 1, SoCon Champ. 34 75.76 33 71 0 2 4 T4, Lady Paladin 31 76.32 27 71 0 2 1 T2, Lady Paladin 31 77.71 21 72 0 0 0 T12, SoCon Champ. 25 78.96 15 71 0 1 0 T20, Central District 28 79.64 12 72 0 1 0 T16, Lady Bulldog Ind. 22 76.05 15 70 0 6 3 1, Lady Paladin 33 76.03 --- 292 --- 0 --- 1, Lady Paladin/SoCon

Date Sept. 17-18

Tournament Results Scores Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup 3rd of 15 300-301-300=901 Cardinal Golf Course; Simpsonville, Ky. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Marion Duvernay, T4, 72-75-72=219 (+3)

Sept. 21-23

Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship 14th of 15 311-317-310=938 Vanderbilt Legends Golf Club; Franklin, Tenn. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Jordan Britt, T28, 75-80-74=229 (+13)

Oct. 12-14

Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship 14th of 16 311-307-304=922 Holston Hills Country Club; Knoxville, Tenn. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Jordan Britt, T26, 76-72-74=222 (+6)

Oct. 26-28

Lady Paladin Invitational 1st of 14 305-297-294=896 Furman Golf Club; Greenville, S.C. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Marion Duvernay, 1, 74-70-75=219 (+3)

Feb. 18-19

Central District Invitational 9th of 12 303-316-298=917 River Wilderness Golf & Country Club; Parrish, Fla. Top Chattanooga Finisher: I. Loza, T16, 75-74-77=226/M. Kryger, T20, 71-80-76=227

March 8-10

JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational T5th of 17 302-295-307=904 Eagle Landing Golf Club; Orange Park, Fla. Top Chatt. Finisher: M. Duvernay, T7, 78-70-72=220/E. McLennan, T9, 71-74-76=221

March 15-17

SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invitational 11th of 15 302-307-292=901 Mark Bostick Golf Course at UF; Gainesville, Fla. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Isabella Loza, T28, 78-73-72=223

March 25-26

Briar’s Creek Invitational 15th of 18 319-316-313=948 Briar’s Creek Golf Club; Johns Isle, S.C. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Isabella Loza, T43, 76-79-81=236

April 8-9

Web.com Intercollegiate 12th of 19 298-303-302=903 Marsh Landing Golf Club; Jacksonville, Fla. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Agathe Sauzon, T8, 72-72-73=217 (+1)

Apr. 14-16

Southern Conference Championship 1st of 10 297-300-298=895 Moss Creek Golf Club; Hilton Head, S.C. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Agathe Sauzon, 1 (Playoff), 75-71-72=218

May 9-11

NCAA East Regional T19 of 24 309-298-304=911 Auburn University Club; Auburn, Ala. Top Chattanooga Finisher: Jordan Britt, T51, 77-74-73=224

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Agathe Sauzon (pictured left) joined the program in January of 2013 and had an immediate impact winning the Southern Conference Championship. She was joined on the All-SoCon team by 2012 SoCon Medalist Jordan Britt (center) and Emily McLennan (right). McLennan was the third Mocs golfer to be named Southern Conference Freshman of the Year. All-in-all, Chattanooga captured two team titles - SoCon & Lady Paladin Invite - and two medalist honors.

TOP 10 TEAM ROUNDS OF 2012-13

Event 1) SunTrust Gator 2) Lady Paladin Inv. 3) JMU Eagle Landing 4) Lady Paladin Inv. tie) SoCon 6) Central District Inv. tie) Web.com Int. tie) SoCon tie) NCAA East Reg. 9) Cardinal Cup tie) Cardinal Cup tie) SoCon

Score 292 (+12) 294 (+6) 295 (+7) 297 (+9) 297 (+9) 298 (+10) 298 (+10) 298 (+10) 298 (+10) 300 (+12) 300 (+12) 300 (+12)

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

Date 3/17 10/28 3/9 10/27 4/14 2/19 4/8 4/16 5/10 9/17 9/18 4/15

TOP 10 INDIVIDUAL ROUNDS OF 2012-13

Event 1) Marion Duvernay tie) Marion Duvernay 3) Jordan Britt tie) Mette Kryger tie) Marion Duvernay tie) Emily McLennan tie) Agathe Sauzon 8) Porsche Campbell tie) Jordan Britt tie) Agathe Sauzon tie) Agathe Sauzon tie) Isabella Loza tie) Agathe Sauzon tie) Agathe Sauzon tie) Emily McLennan tie) Agathe Sauzon tie) Marion Duvernay

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

IN THE RANKINGS

Date FINAL 2012-13

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

Event Lady Paladin JMU Eagle Landing Lady Paladin Central District Central District JMU Eagle Landing SoCon Cardinal Cup Mercedes-Benz SunTrust Gator SunTrust Gator SunTrust Gator Web.com Web.com SoCon SoCon

Golfweek Golfstat Golf World 69 72 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 Agathe Sauzon 21 Emily McLennan 34 Jordan Britt 31 Isabella Loza 31 Mette Kryger 25 Porsche Campbell 28 Team 33

COURSE STATS

Rds Total 33 10036 132 33 2682 33 2421 33 2588 11 3357 11 3357 11 3322

Strokes 1589 2576 2366 2409 1974 2230 10036

Avg 304.12 76.03 81.27 73.36 78.42 305.18 305.18 302.00

Avg vs. Par 75.67 +3.95 75.76 +3.94 76.32 +4.32 77.71 +5.90 78.96 +7.20 79.64 +7.64 304.12 +16.85

Par 3 Holes Emily McLennan 135 Agathe Sauzon 87 Isabella Loza 123 Jordan Britt 120 Porsche Campbell 108 Mette Kryger 99 Team 540

Strokes 431 278 397 393 363 351 1739

Avg 3.19 3.20 3.23 3.28 3.36 3.55 3.22

vs. Par +26 +17 +28 +33 +39 +54 +119

Par 4 Holes Emily McLennan 330 Jordan Britt 300 Agathe Sauzon 210 Mette Kryger 240 Isabella Loza 300

Strokes 1407 1283 903 1052 1322

Avg 4.26 4.28 4.30 4.38 4.41

vs. Par +87 +83 +63 +92 +122

Porsche Campbell270 Team 1320

1201 5660

4.45 4.29

+121 +380

Par 5 Holes Agathe Sauzon 81 Jordan Britt 120 Emily McLennan 129 Isabella Loza 117 Mette Kryger 93 Porsche Campbell108 Team 470

Strokes 408 609 660 604 488 587 2407

Avg 5.04 5.08 5.12 5.16 5.25 5.44 5.12

vs. Par +3 +9 +15 +19 +23 +47 +57

Top 10s Top 5 4 3 2 1 1 1

Wins 0 1 0

TEAM LEADERS Name 1) Emily McLennan 2) Agathe Sauzon 3) Jordan Britt

Par/Better Rounds 1) Agathe Sauzon 2) Jordan Britt 3) Emily McLennan

Rounds Total 21 4 31 2 34 2

Pct. 19.0 6.5 5.9

Counters 1) Emily McLennan 2) Agathe Sauzon 3) Jordan Britt

Rounds Total 33 33 17 18 27 30

Pct. 100.0 94.4 90.0

Eagles 1) Agathe Sauzon 2) Mette Kryger 3) Jordan Britt

Per Round Total 0.10 2 0.04 1 0.03 1

Birdies Per Round Total 1) Emily McLennan 2.03 67 2) Isabella Loza 1.80 54 3) Jordan Britt 1.53 46 Pars Per Round Total 1) Agathe Sauzon 12.14 255 2) Jordan Britt 11.33 340 3) Emily McLennan 10.88 359 Par or Better Holes 1) Agathe Sauzon 2) Emily McLennan 3) Jordan Britt Total

Total Holes 286 378 426 594 387 540 1704 2376

Bogeys (Fewest) Per Round Total 1) Agathe Sauzon 3.52 74 2) Emily McLennan 4.27 141 3) Isabella Loza 4.50 135

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Pct. .757 .7172 .7167 .717

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE 2012-13 STATISTICAL REWIND SEASON HIGH/LOWS - ROUND

Category No. Round Event Eagles High 1 3 times MR: SoCon 2 Low 0 30 times MR: NCAA East 3 Birdies High 14 3 Lady Paladin Low 3 2 Briar’s Creek Pars High 51 3 times MR: NCAA East 2 Low 31 1 Briar’s Creek Bogeys High 27 2 Mason Rudolph Low 11 3 SunTrust Gator Others High 8 1 Briar’s Creek Low 1 4 times MR: NCAA East 2 (Counting scores are included in the Highs/Lows)

STUDENT-ATHLETE BESTS

Others (Fewest) 1) Jordan Britt 2) Emily McLennan 3) Agathe Sauzon

Per Round Total 0.60 18 0.82 27 0.86 18

TOURNAMENT STATS - BY HOLE

COUNTERS ONLY Cardinal Cup Mason Rudolph Mercedes-Benz Lady Paladin Central District JMU Eagle Landing SunTrust Gator Briar’s Creek Marsh Landing SoCon Champ. NCAA Regional Totals

Par 3 +15 +14 +17 +10 +11 +12 +9 +19 +2 E +10 +119

Par 4 Par 5 Total +16 +6 +37 +55 +5 +74 +34 +7 +58 +25 -3 +32 +34 +8 +53 +35 -7 +40 +47 +5 +61 +43 +22 +84 +25 +12 +39 +31 E +31 +35 +2 +47 +380 +57 +556

SEASON HIGHS/LOWS - TOURNEY

Category No. Event Eagles High 1 3 times/MR: SoCon Ch. Low 0 8 times/MR: NCAA East Birdies High 37 Lady Paladin Inv. Low 17 SunTrust Gator Pars High 141 3 times/MR: Web.com Low 115 Mason Rudolph Bogeys High 65 Web.com Low 43 JMU Eagle Landing Others High 19 Briar’s Creek Low 6 Cardinal Cup/NCAA East (Counting scores are included in the Highs/Lows)

TOURNAMENT STATS - PAR/BETTER

COUNTERS ONLY Cardinal Cup Mason Rudolph Mercedes-Benz Lady Paladin Central District JMU Eagle Landing SunTrust Gator Briar’s Creek Marsh Landing SoCon Champ. NCAA Regional Totals

Eagles/Birdies ParsPar/Bet% 0/23 141 75.9% 0/23 115 63.9% 1/25 123 69.0% 0/37 119 72.2% 0/19 140 73.6% 0/23 141 75.9% 1/17 134 70.4% 0/20 116 63.0% 0/22 141 75.5% 1/26 138 76.4% 0/21 137 73.1% 3/256 1445 71.7%

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Eagles Round 1, 4 times, MR: Agathe Sauzon, SoCon 2 T’ment 1, 4 times, MR: Agathe Sauzon, SoCon 2 Birdies Round 7, Marion Duvernay, Lady Paladin 1 Tournament 15, Marion Duvernay, Lady Paladin Pars Round 15, 4 times, MR: Emily McLennan, NCAA 2 Tournament 41, Agathe Sauzon, Web.com Int. Bogeys (Fewest - 54 Hole Total) Round 1, 3 times, MR: Porsche Campbell, NCAA 2 Tournament 6, Agathe Sauzon, JMU Eagle Landing Others (Fewest - 54 Hole Total) Round 0, 51 times, MR: Britt, NCAA 3 T’ment 0, 3 times/MR: Agathe Sauzon, Web.com

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE 2012-13 TOURNAMENT RESULTS 8) Florida State 9) Furman 10) Mississippi State 11) East Carolina 12) Miami 13) James Madison 14) Chattanooga 15) Memphis 16) Eastern Kentucky Mocs: T26) Jordan Britt T50) Marion Duvernay T50) Emily McLennan T71) Isabella Loza T80) Porsche Campbell T71) Mette Kryger (ind.) Chattanooga finished third to open the season at the Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup at Louisville earlier this week. The scores were a consistent 300, 301 and 300. Marion Duvernay (Publier, France) shot a career-best 219 (+3, 72-75-72) to tie for fourth, her top collegiate result. Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup Sept. 17-18 – Cardinal Club G.C. – Simpsonville, Ky. 1) Louisville 294-297-305 896 (+32) 2) Missouri 291-308-298 897 (+33) 3) Chattanooga 300-301-300 901 (+37) 4) Cincinnati 299-297-309 905 (+41) 5) Maryland 306-304-297 907 (+43) 6) Rollins 297-306-309 912 (+48) 7) East Tennessee State 296-308-309 913 (+49) 8) UNCG 291-317-308 916 (+52) 9) Georgia State 307-292-321 920 (+56) 10) UNC Wilmington 303-310-308 921 (+57) 11) Illinois State 289-317-320 926 (+62) 12) James Madison 304-317-308 929 (+65) 13) Bradley 310-312-312 934 (+70) 14) Akron 314-307-322 943 (+79) 15) Charleston Southern 310-320-314 944 (+80) Mocs: T4) Marion Duvernay 72-75-72 219 (+3) T14) Jordan Britt 77-74-73 224 (+8) T21) Emily McLennan 73-76-78 227 (+11) T41) Mette Kryger 79-76-77 232 (+16) T59) Isabella Loza 78-83-78 239 (+23) T33) Porsche Campbell (Ind.) 72-79-79 230 (+14) Chattanooga finished 14th at the Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship. Jordan Britt (Chattanooga, Tenn.) paced the Mocs tying for 28th shooting 229 (+13). Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship Sept. 21-23 – Legends Club N. – Franklin, Tenn. 1) Arizona 298-286-305 889 (+25)

2) Virginia 3) Michigan State 4) Texas 5) Vanderbilt 6) Texas A&M tie) Wake Forest 8) Kentucky 9) Georgia 10) North Carolina 11) Stanford 12) Oregon 13) Tulane 14) Chattanooga 15) Memphis Mocs: T28) Jordan Britt T41) Emily McLennan 69) Marion Duvernay 70) Mette Kryger 73) Porsche Campbell

300-295-297 302-294-301 294-295-309 304-299-297 302-293-316 303-302-306 299-305-308 301-306-309 310-306-301 302-310-307 305-305-312 309-311-307 311-317-310 321-327-335

892 (+28) 897 (+33) 898 (+34) 900 (+36) 911 (+47) 911 (+47) 912 (+48) 916 (+52) 917 (+53) 919 (+55) 922 (+58) 927 (+63) 938 (+74) 983 (+119)

75-80-74 79-78-75 78-79-84 79-85-78 83-80-83

229 (+13) 232 (+16) 241 (+25) 242 (+26) 246 (+30)

The Mocs wound up 14th at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship in Knoxville. The team shot rounds of 311, 307 and 304 for a 54-hole score of 922. Junior Jordan Britt (Chattanooga, Tenn.) was the team leader at 222 with the low round each day shooting 76-2-74 for sixover par 222. Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Oct. 12-14 – Holston Hills C.C. – Knoxville, Tenn. 1) Penn State 291-289-287 867 (+3) 2) Tennessee 292-289-290 871 (+7) 3) Purdue 293-291-288 872 (+8) 4) No. 10 Northwestern 294-296-284 874 (+10) 5) No. 23 Texas A&M 291-294-291 876 (+12) 6) UTSA 292-299-289 880 (+16) 7) No. 14 Iowa State 298-298-290 886 (+22)

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294-308-292 300-295-302 297-306-300 302-303-309 308-302-308 314-308-298 311-307-304 313-312-318 323-329-320

894 (+30) 897 (+33) 903 (+39) 914 (+50) 918 (+54) 920 (+56) 922 (+58) 943 (+79) 972 (+108)

76-72-74 77-74-79 78-75-77 80-86-74 80-87-79 81-83-76

222 (+6) 230 (+14) 230 (+14) 240 (+24) 246 (+30) 240 (+24)

UTC captured a clean sweep at the Lady Paladin Invitational winning by five as a team, while Marion Duvernay (Publier, France) won her first collegiate event at threeover par 219. The Mocs shot 305-297-294=896 coming from behind to beat host Furman. Lady Paladin Invitational Oct. 26-28 – Furman Golf Course – Greenville, S.C. 1) Chattanooga 305-297-294 896 (+32) 2) Furman 302-299-300 901 (+37) 3) Nova Southeastern 297-306-305 908 (+44) 4) Samford 307-306-298 911 (+47) 5) Mercer 307-310-303 920 (+56) 6) Appalachian State 319-303-317 939 (+75) 7) Jacksonville 312-317-320 949 (+85) 8) William & Mary 312-326-313 951 (+87) 9) North Florida 324-319-311 954 (+90) 10) Columbia 315-318-324 957 (+93) 11) Newberry 318-317-327 962 (+98) 12) Longwood 326-316-321 963 (+99) 13) Savannah Art & Design 323-332-312 967 (+103) DQ) Rutgers 318-309-W W Mocs: 1) Marion Duvernay 74-70-75 219 (+3) 10) Jordan Britt 76-74-71 221 (+5) T6) Emily McLennan 76-73-73 222 (+6) T40) Porsche Campbell 79-80-75 234 (+18) T72) Mette Kryger 87-87-79 253 (+37) T15) Isabella Loza (Ind.) 77-77-76 230 (+14) UTC was ninth at the Central District Invitational. Mette Kryger led the team scoring tying for 20th shooting 71-8076 for a 227. Isabella Loza tied for 16th as an individual, one shot ahead of Kryger. Central District Invitational Feb. 18-19 – River Wilderness G.C. – Parrish, Fla. 1) SMU 298-297-293 888 (+24) 2) No. 13 Vanderbilt 299-289-302 890 (+26)

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE 2012-13 TOURNAMENT RESULTS 13) Jacksonville 308-305-313 14) Samford 305-311-313 15) Morehead State 314-312-305 16) North Florida 312-310-314 17) Western Carolina 317-322-317 Mocs: T9) Emily McLennan 71-74-76 T13) Agathe Sauzon 76-73-73 T36) Mette Kryger 77-74-78 T48) Isabella Loza 78-74-80 T72) Jordan Britt 80-78-80 T7) Marion Duvernay (Ind.) 78-70-72 T58) Porsche Campbell (Ind.) 75-75-85

3) No. 17 Michigan State 4) Denver 5) No. 25 Iowa State 6) UCF 7) TCU 8) Augusta State 9) Chattanooga 10) Minnesota 12) Kent State 11) Georgetown Mocs: T20) Mette Kryger T27) Marion Duvernay T31) Emily McLennan T36) Jordan Britt T58) Porsche Campbell T16) Isabella Loza (Ind.) T47) Agathe Sauzon (Ind.)

295-295-305 310-294-292 299-306-300 302-302-300 304-302-306 306-305-305 303-316-298 309-307-305 325-306-301 317-309-327

895 (+31) 896 (+32) 897 (+33) 904 (+40) 912 (+48) 916 (+52) 917 (+53) 921 (+57) 932 (+68) 953 (+89)

71-80-76 80-78-71 77-77-76 75-81-75 81-83-78 75-74-77 76-77-82

227 (+11) 229 (+13) 230 (+14) 231 (+15) 242 (+26) 226 (+10) 235 (+19)

Chattanooga tied for fifth at the JMU Eagle Landing Invitational. Emily McLennan tied for ninth at 221 with rounds of 71, 74 and 76. Marion Duvernay tied for seventh as an individual with a four-over par 220. JMU Eagle Landing Invitational March 8-10 – Eagle Landing G.C. – O. Park, Fla. 1) Campbell 293-290-287 870 (+6) 2) Mississippi State 300-298-293 891 (+27) 3) East Carolina 302-289-306 897 (+33) 4) James Madison 297-296-310 903 (+39) 5) Chattanooga 302-295-307 904 (+40) tie) East Tennessee State 304-299-301 904 (+40) 7) Georgia State 301-299-305 905 (+41) 8) Old Dominion 296-304-306 906 (+42) 9) Elon 293-297-321 911 (+47) 10) Kennesaw State 300-303-313 916 (+52) 11) Stetson 302-306-312 920 (+56) 12) UNCW 313-304-305 922 (+58)

926 (+62) 929 (+65) 931 (+67) 936 (+72) 956 (+92) 221 (+5) 222 (+6) 229 (+13) 232 (+16) 238 (+22) 220 (+4) 235 (+19)

In The Mocs finished 11th at the SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational at Florida. The 292 the squad fired in the final round is its best 18-hole score since 292 in the final round of the runaway 2011 SoCon Championship win. SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational March 15-17 – M. Bostick G.C. – Gainesville, Fla. 1) No. 3 Alabama 286-293-286 865 (+25) 2) No. 4 Oklahoma 285-297-286 868 (+28) 3) No. 5 Florida 289-293-288 870 (+30) 4) No. 21 Oklahoma State 293-292-292 877 (+37) tie) No. 15 Virginia 297-289-291 877 (+37) 6) Miami (Fla.) 290-300-298 888 (+48) 7) Florida State 294-303-293 890 (+50) 8) Mississippi State 293-304-295 892 (+52) tie) No. 6 North Carolina 301-294-297 892 (+52) 10) No. 18 Baylor 296-300-301 897 (+57) 11) Chattanooga 302-307-292 901 (+61) 12) Florida International 303-302-300 905 (+65) 13) San Diego State 312-302-301 915 (+75) 15) South Florida 309-311-300 920 (+80) 14) Kent State 305-313-306 924 (+84) Mocs: T28) Isabella Loza 78-73-72 223 (+13)

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T32) Agathe Sauzon T38) Emily McLennan T56) Mette Kryger T70) Marion Duvernay

72-80-72 76-76-74 76-78-76 81-82-74

224 (+14) 226 (+16) 230 (+20) 237 (+27)

UTC was 15th in windy conditions at the Briar’s Creek Invitational with a 54-hole total of 948. Isabella Loza led the way for the second straight event shooting 236. Briar’s Creek Invitational March 25-26 – G.C. at Briar’s Creek – Johns Isle, S.C. 1) No. 23 Notre Dame 317-300-289 906 (+42) 2) Maryland 312-310-292 914 (+50) 3) Coastal Carolina 305-304-307 916 (+52) 4) Campbell 316-304-297 917 (+53) 5) Indiana 315-307-296 918 (+54) 6) East Carolina 317-306-298 921 (+57) 7) UCF 307-305-310 922 (+58) 8) Kansas 309-315-301 925 (+61) 9) Augusta State 318-306-302 926 (+62) 10) Mississippi State 322-313-298 933 (+69) 11) Kansas State 322-311-302 935 (+71) 12) College of Charleston 326-311-300 937 (+73) 13) Furman 328-313-298 939 (+75) tie) Wisconsin 321-315-303 939 (+75) 15) Chattanooga 319-316-313 948 (+84) 16) USF 318-322-310 950 (+86) 17) Penn State 329-314-302 951 (+87) 18) Georgetown 337-322-312 971 (+107) Mocs: T43) Isabella Loza 76-79-81 236 (+20) T46) Emily McLennan 82-79-76 237 (+21) T53) Mette Kryger 82-79-77 238 (+22) T71) Jordan Britt 82-79-81 242 (+26) T79) Agathe Sauzon 79-86-79 244 (+28)

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The Mocs ended up 12th at the Web.com Intercollegiate behind a strong performance from Agathe Sauzon. Sauzon tied for eighth at one-over par 217 with rounds of 72, 72 and 73. The team shot 903 for the 54 holes. Web.com Intercollegiate April 8-9 – Marsh Landing C.C. – P.V. Beach, Fla. 1) No. 14 Purdue 290-284-283 857 (-7) 2) Iowa State 289-290-286 865 (+1) 3) No. 17 Texas Tech 293-287-289 869 (+5) 4) Florida State 292-298-296 886 (+22) 5) UCF 297-297-293 887 (+23) 6) FIU 294-297-297 888 (+24) 7) Sam Houston State 291-294-306 891 (+27) 8) East Carolina 298-303-293 894 (+30) tie) Kennesaw State 292-296-306 894 (+30) 10) Maryland 298-303-299 900 (+36) 11) Daytona State 291-309-301 901 (+37) 12) Chattanooga 298-303-302 903 (+39) 13) Stetson 305-302-299 906 (+42) tie) Michigan 305-296-305 906 (+42) 15) UNF 304-398-307 909 (+45) 16) Illinois 309-300-303 912 (+48) 17) James Madison 306-299-311 916 (+52) 18) Cincinnati 305-311-302 918 (+54) 19) Jacksonville 314-298-307 919 (+55) 20) Charleston Southern 321-312-311 944 (+80) Mocs: T8) Agathe Sauzon 72-72-73 217 (+1) T36) Jordan Britt 73-73-78 224 (+7) T49) Emily McLennan 75-79-73 227 (+11) T80) Porsche Campbell 78-79-78 235 (+19) T86) Isabella Loza 78-79-79 236 (+20)

individual title after shooting two-over 218. Southern Conference Championship April 14-16 – Moss Creek G.C. – Hilton Head, S.C. 1) Chattanooga 297-300-298 895 (+31) 2) Furman 302-308-291 901 (+37) 3) UNCG 315-291-297 903 (+39) 4) College of Charleston 305-313-303 921 (+57) 5) Samford 312-309-306 927 (+63) 6) Elon 315-309-310 934 (+70) 7) Wofford 322-308-306 936 (+72) 8) Appalachian State 313-308-320 941 (+77) 9) Western Carolina 324-313-332 969 (+105) 10) The Citadel 346-343-3461035 (+171) Mocs: 1) Agathe Sauzon 75-71-72 218 (+2) T5) Emily McLennan 72-74-76 222 (+6) T12) Isabella Loza 77-78-75 230 (+14) T16) Jordan Britt 75-82-75 232 (+16) T30) Porsche Campbell 75-77-84 236 (+20)

Chattanooga claimed its fourth straight Southern Conference Championship while capturing its third medalist honor in a row. The team shot its best 54-hole total of 2012-13 at 895 (297-300-298) to win by six over Furman. Agathe Sauzon won with a birdie in a playoff for the

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UTC finished tied for 19th at the NCAA East Regional at Auburn University Club. The squad shot rounds of 309, 298 and 304 for a 911 total for hte 54 holes. Jordan Britt led the Mocs tying for 51st at 224. NCAA East Regional May 9-11 – Auburn University Club – Auburn, Ala. 1) No. 2 Alabama 277-277-290 844 (-20) 2) No. 20 Tulane 283-285-284 852 (-12) 3) No. 5 Arkansas 283-294-287 864 (E) tie) No. 17 Oklahoma State 290-287-287 864 (E) 5) No. 23 Texas 289-291-291 871 (+7) 6) Northwestern 292-298-284 874 (+10) 7) No. 8 UCLA 288-298-289 875 (+11) 8) Auburn 299-284-294 877 (+13) 9) Tennessee 294-292-294 880 (+16) 10) No. 11 North Carolina 290-292-305 887 (+23) 11) No. 13 Virginia 300-298-296 894 (+30) 12) Kentucky 301-296-300 897 (+33) 13) East Carolina 301-303-301 905 (+41) 14) FIU 304-301-302 907 (+43) 15) UCF 312-304-292 908 (+44) tie) Notre Dame 292-304-312 908 (+44) 17) East Tennessee State 297-302-310 909 (+45) 18) Ole Miss 299-308-303 910 (+46) 19) Chattanooga 309-298-304 911 (+47) tie) Penn State 310-301-300 911 (+47) 21) Texas State 301-307-306 914 (+50) 22) James Madison 316-305-310 931 (+67) 23) Eastern Kentucky 321-332-322 975 (+111) 24) Alabama State 335-332-327 994 (+130) Mocs: T51) Jordan Britt 77-74-73 224 (+8) T70) Emily McLennan 76-75-76 227 (+11) T79) Agathe Sauzon 77-74-78 229 (+13) T85) Isabella Loza 79-75-77 231 (+15) T120) Porsche Campbell 85-82-80 247 (+31)

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE HISTORY | LETTERWINNERS/HONOR ROLL LETTERWINNERS

Name Jordan Britt Kelly Brotherton Yushira Budhram Porsche Campbell Emma de Groot Moa Duf Marion Duvernay Michaela Gasplmayr Milla Junni Mette Kryger Isabella Loza Maria Juliana Loza Emily McLennan Maria Salinas Agathe Sauzon Kayla Stewart Katie Taylor Sophie Weilguni Christine Wolf

Years T’ment 2011-current 32 2007 5 2011-12 11 2013-current 10 2008-11 46 2009-10 14 2011-12 24 2011 4 2008 3 2012-current 19 2013-current 11 2009-12 42 2013-current 12 2009 16 2013-current 7 2008-10 21 2008-10 20 2012 6 2008-11 45

Rds 92 14 31 28 131 41 70 11 9 55 31 121 34 45 21 57 56 18 128

Strokes 6996 1051 2456 2230 9707 3237 5379 872 799 4318 2409 9340 2576 3416 1589 4433 4603 1420 9789

Avg 76.99 76.00 79.23 79.63 74.10 78.95 77.13 79.27 88.78 78.51 77.71 77.19 75.76 75.91 75.67 77.77 82.20 79.89 76.48

Emma de Groot (‘11) was 2011 SoCon Golfer of the Year & four-time all-league selection.

AWARDS

SOCON COACH OF THE YEAR Colette Murray: 2010, 2011, 2013 SOCON GOLFER OF THE YEAR 2011 - Emma de Groot WGCA SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICAN 2010 - Maria Juliana Loza 2011 - Jordan Britt, Yushira Budhram, Marion Duvernay, Maria Juliana Loza 2012 - Mette Kryger, Maria Juliana Loza 2013 - Jordan Britt, Mette Kryger, Isabella Loza, Emily McLennan NCAA REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2011 - Maria Juliana Loza (Central)

Christine Wolf (‘11) was a two-time All-SoCon pick.

SOCON FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2008 - Emma de Groot 2009 - Maria Salinas 2013 - Emily McLennan ALL-SOCON 2008 - Emma de Groot, Christine Wolf 2009 - Emma de Groot, Maria Salinas 2010 - Emma de Groot, Maria Juliana Loza 2011 - Emma de Groot, Maria Juliana Loza, Christine Wolf 2012 - Jordan Britt 2013 - Jordan Britt, Emily McLennan, Agathe Sauzon SOCON ALL-FRESHMAN 2008 - Emma de Groot, Christine Wolf 2009 - Maria Juliana Loza, Maria Salinas 2011 - Jordan Britt, Yushira Budhram, Marion Duvernay 2012 - Mette Kryger 2013 - Emily McLennan

Maria Juliana Loza (‘12) made the 2011 NCAA Central Regional All-Tourney team.

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2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE HISTORY | YEAR-BY-YEAR/WINS YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING - TEAM

Year Rounds Strokes 2007-08 31 9488 2008-09 35 10682 2009-10 31 9426 2010-11 31 9033 2011-12 30 9218 2012-13 33 10036 Bold denotes SoCon Championship season

Avg. 306.06 305.20 304.06 301.58 307.27 304.12

YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING - IND.

(Min. 50% of team rounds) Year Name Rounds Strokes Avg. 2007-08 Emma de Groot 34 2518 74.06 2008-09 Emma de Groot 35 2656 75.89 2009-10 Emma de Groot 31 2288 73.81 2010-11 Emma de Groot 31 2228 74.45 2011-12 Jordan Britt 30 2297 76.57 2012-13 Agathe Sauzon 21 1589 75.67

ALL-TIME TEAM TITLES

Chris Banister Golf Classic - Sept. 7-9, 2007 1st of 9 288 297 300 885 Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate - Sept. 29-30, 2007 1st of 24 299 292 591 Hawkeye Invitational - Oct. 6-7, 2007 1st of 13 300 298 311 909

Samford Women’s Intercollegiate - March 17-18, 2008 1st of 15 300 303 298 901 Larry Nelson Collegiate - March 31-April 1 1st of 17 319 306 303 928 Chris Banister Golf Classic - Sept. 5-7, 2008 1st of 10 288 299 291 878 Eagle Landing Invitational - March 9-10, 2009 1st of 15 291 292 283 866 Southern Conference Champ. - April 18-20, 2010 1st of 10 306 297 299 902 Lady Paladin Invitational - Oct. 29-31, 2010 1st of 17 305 308 302 915 Kinderlou Forest Challenge - Feb. 27-March 1, 2011 1st of 14 305 301 290 896

Southern Conference Champ. - April 14-16, 2013 1st of 10 297 300 298 895

ALL -TIME MEDALISTS

JMU Eagle Landing Invitational - March 11-13, 2011 1st of 18 296 285 278 859

Chris Banister Golf Classic - Sept. 7-9, 2007 Kelly Brotherton ..............................74-72-70=216 (E)

Southern Conference Champ. - April 17-19, 2011 1st of 10 303 305 292 900

Samford Women’s Intercollegiate - March 17-18, 2008 Emma de Groot .............................72-71-68=211 (-5)

Southern Conference Champ. - April 15-17, 2012 1st of 10 317 303 301 921

Larry Nelson Collegiate - March 31-April 1 Emma de Groot ........................... 77-74-71=222 (+9)

Lady Paladin Invitational - Oct. 26-28, 2012 1st of 14 305 297 294 896

Chris Banister Golf Classic - Sept. 5-7, 2008 Emma de Groot ........................... 76-70-72=218 (+2) Eagle Landing Invitational - March 9-10, 2009 Emma de Groot ..............................72-71-69=212 (-4) SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational - April 10-11, 2010 Emma de Groot ............................ 71-73-68=212 (+2) JMU Eagle Landing Invitational - March 11-13, 2011 Christine Wolf ................................75-66-68=209 (-7) Southern Conference Champ. - April 17-19, 2011 Emma de Groot ................... 74-71-74=219 (+3) Southern Conference Champ. - April 15-17, 2012 Jordan Britt ........................ 77-71-74=222 (+6) Lady Paladin Invitational - Oct. 26-28, 2012 Marion Duvernay ......................... 74-70-75=219 (+3) Southern Conference Champ. - April 14-16, 2013 Agathe Sauzon ................... 75-71-72=218 (+2)

2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invitational Champions: Emma de Groot, Moa Duf, Christine Wolf, Maria Salinas, Maria Juliana Loza & Colette Murray

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2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE HISTORY | TEAM & INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

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

LOW ROUNDS - TEAM

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

LOW 54-HOLE SCORE - TEAM

Tournament Round Score 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 3 278 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 3 283 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2 285 2008 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 1 288 2007 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 1 288 2010 Mercedes-Benz Championship 3 289 2011 Kinderlou Forest Challenge 3 290 2008 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 3 291 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 1 291 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2 292 2008 Mason Rudolph Championship 2 292 2007 Great Smokies Collegiate 2 292 2011 SoCon Championship 3 292 2013 SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational 3 292

Tournament Score Vs. Par 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 859 -5 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 866 +2 2008 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 878 +14 2010 Mercedes-Benz Championship 882 +18 2009 Golfweek Conference Challenge 883 +19 2007 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 885 +21 2010 SunTrust Gator Women’s Invite 892 +52 2008 Mercedes-Benz Championship 893 +29 2012 Knights & Pirates Invite 895 +31 2013 SoCon Championship 895 +31 2011 Kinderlou Forest Challenge 896 +20 2009 John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate 896 +32 2012 Lady Paladin Invitational 896 +32

LOW ROUNDS - VS. PAR

Tournament Score Vs. Par 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 581 +5 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 583 +7 2007 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 585 +9 2008 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic 587 +11 2009 Golfweek Conference Challenge 590 +14 2007 Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate 591 +15 2010 SunTrust Gator Women’s Invite 592 +32 2010 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Champ. 593 +17 2010 NCAA East Regional 594 +18 2009 John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate 595 +19

Tournament Round Score Vs. Par 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 3 278 -10 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 3 283 -5 2011 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2 285 -3 2011 Kinderlou Forest Challenge 3 290 -2 2008 Banister Gamecock Classic 1 288 E 2007 Banister Gamecock Classic 1 288 E 2010 Mercedes-Benz Championship 3 289 +1 2008 Banister Gamecock Classic 3 291 +3 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 1 291 +3 2009 JMU Eagle Landing Invite 2 292 +4 2008 Mason Rudolph Championship 2 292 +4 2007 Great Smokies Collegiate 2 292 +4 2011 SoCon Championship 3 292 +4

LOW 36-HOLE SCORE - TEAM

TEAM SCORING AVERAGE

Year 2010-11 2009-10 2012-13 2008-09 2007-08

Rounds (Min. 30) 30 31 33 35 31

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Avg 301.10 304.06 304.12 305.20 306.06

TEAM VS. PAR

Year 2010-11 2009-10 2012-13 2008-09 2007-08

FINISH PERCENTAGE

Year 2007-08 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2012-13

TEAM WINS

Year 2007-08 2010-11 2008-09 2012-13 2009-10 2011-12

Rounds 30 31 33 35 31

Avg 13.50 16.58 16.85 17.20 19.48

Opponents 161 169 168 177 165

Pct. 71.1 63.9 57.7 49.7 43.6

CoachT’ment Wins Colette Murray 11 4 Colette Murray 11 4 Colette Murray 12 2 Colette Murray 11 2 Colette Murray 11 1 Colette Murray 10 1

PAR OR BETTER ROUNDS

Year 2010-11 2008-09 2007-08

Rounds 30 35 31

P/B 3 2 1

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE HISTORY | TEAM & INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

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

ROUNDS PLAYED

Year 2008-09 2012-13 2010-11 2009-10 2007-08

BIRDIES

Year 2008-09 2010-11 2012-13 2007-08 2011-12

EAGLES

Year 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08

PAR 3 SCORING

Year 2008-09 2010-11 2009-10 2007-08 2012-13

The Mocs had a little free time in Washington D.C., following 2009 NCAA Championship appearance.

PAR 4 SCORING

Rounds 35 33 32 31 31

Year 2010-11 2009-10 2012-13 2008-09 2011-12

Total 4.327 4.339 4.354 4.367 4.411

PAR 5 SCORING

Total 315 300 288 257 244

Year 2010-11 2007-08 2008-09 2012-13 2011-12

Total 5.069 5.162 5.163 5.166 5.198

LOW ROUNDS - INDIVIDUAL

Total 4 4 3 3 3 3

Total 3.249 3.252 3.263 3.266 3.267

Name Tournament Rnd Score Christine Wolf 2011 JMU E.L. Invite 2 66 (-6) Emma de Groot 2011 JMU E.L. Invite 3 67 (-5) Emma de Groot 2010 SunTrust Gator 3 68 (-2) Emma de Groot 2008 Samford Int. 3 68 (-4) Christine Wolf 2011 JMU E.L. Invite 3 68 (-4) Maju Loza 2010 JMU E.L. Invite 2 69 (-3) Emma de Groot 2009 JMU E.L. Invite 3 69 (-3) Emma de Groot 2008 SunTrust Gator 2 69 (-1) Maju Loza 2010 Mercedes-Benz 2 69 (-3) Jordan Britt 2010 Landfall Tradition 3 69 (-3) Yushira Budhram 2011 K. Forest Chall. 2 69 (-4) Christine Wolf 2011 K. Forest Chall. 3 69 (-4)

LOW 54-HOLE SCORE - INDIVIDUAL

Name Christine Wolf Emma de Groot Emma de Groot

Tournament Score 2011 JMU E.L. Invite 209 2010 Samford Inter. 211 2009 JMU E.L. Invite 212

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Par -7 -5 -4

Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Kelly Brotherton Christine Wolf Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Maria Salinas Emma de Groot Agathe Sauzon

2010 SunTrust Gator 2011 JMU E.L. Invite 2009 Golfweek Chall. 2007 Banister Classic 2010 Mercedes-Benz 2011 SunTrust Gator 2010 JMU E.L. Invite 2008 Mercedes-Benz 2008 SunTrust Gator 2013 Web.Com Int.

212 213 216 216 216 216 217 217 217 217

+2 -3 E E E +6 +1 +1 +7 +1

LOW 36-HOLE SCORE - INDIVIDUAL

Name Tournament Score Christine Wolf 2011 JMU E.L. Invite 141 Christine Wolf 2010 NCAA East Reg. 142 Emma de Groot 2010 K. Forest Chall. 143 Emma de Groot 2009 JMU E.L. Invite 143 Emma de Groot 2007 Great Smokies 143 Emma de Groot 2008 Samford Int. 143 Christine Wolf 2009 Golfweek Chall. 144 Emma de Groot 2010 JMU E.L. Invite 144 Emma de Groot 2011 Mercedes-Benz 144 Emma de Groot 2010 SunTrust Gator 144 Jordan Britt 2012 JMU E.L. Invite 144 Marion Duvernay 2012 Lady Paladin 144 Agathe Sauzon 2013 Web.Com Int. 144

Par -3 -2 -3 -1 -1 -1 E E E +4 E E E

CAREER SCORING AVERAGE

(min. 45 rounds) Name Emma de Groot Maria Salinas Christine Wolf Jordan Britt Marion Duvernay Maria Juliana Loza Kayla Stewart

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

Rnds 131 45 128 92 70 121 57

Avg 74.10 75.91 76.48 76.99 77.13 77.19 77.77

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE HISTORY | TEAM & INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Christine Wolf holds the 54-hole scoring record with a seven-under par 209.

Mette Kryger Katie Taylor

2012-present 2008-10

55 78.51 56 82.20

CAREER VS. PAR

(min. 45 rounds) Name Emma de Groot Maria Salinas Christine Wolf Jordan Britt Maria Juliana Loza

CAREER WINS

Name Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Jordan Britt Agathe Sauzon Marion Duvernay Kelly Brotherton

CAREER TOP 5’S

Name Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Emily McLennan Jordan Britt

CAREER TOP 10’S

Name Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Maria Salinas Emily McLennan

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

Rnds 131 45 128 92 121

Avg 2.73 3.93 4.63 5.09 5.30

YearsT’ments Wins 2008-11 46 6 2008-11 45 1 2011-present 32 1 2013-present 7 1 2011-12 24 1 2008 5 1

YearsT’ments Top 5 2008-11 46 20 2008-11 45 9 2009-12 42 4 2013-current 12 3 2011-current 32 3

YearsT’mentsTop 10 2008-11 46 24 2008-11 45 16 2009-12 42 18 2009 16 5 2013-current 12 4

Emma de Groot sits atop virtually every Chattanooga season and career record list.

CAREER PAR OR BETTER ROUNDS

Name Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Marion Duvernay Jordan Britt

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

Rnds 131 128 121 70 92

P/B 32 15 14 12 10

CAREER TOURNAMENTS PLAYED

Name Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Jordan Britt Marion Duvernay

Years App. 2008-11 46 2008-11 45 2009-12 42 2011-present 32 2011-12 24

CAREER ROUNDS PLAYED

Name Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Jordan Britt Marion Duvernay

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

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

Opp. 3874 1336 3767 3643 2827

CAREER COUNTING SCORES

Name Emma de Groot Agathe Sauzon

Years Count 2008-11 126 2013-present 17

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2009 42 2008-11 110 2009-12 103

CAREER BIRDIES

Name Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Jordan Britt Marion Duvernay

CAREER EAGLES

Name Mette Kryger Marion Duvernay Christine Wolf Agathe Sauzon Maria Salinas Jordan Britt

Rnds 131 128 121 92 70

CAREER FINISH PERCENTAGE

Name Emma de Groot Maria Salinas Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Jordan Britt

Maria Salinas Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza

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

Rnds Total 131 287 128 248 121 177 92 174 70 136

Years Rnds Total 2012-present 55 3 2011-12 70 3 2008-11 128 3 2013-present 21 2 2009 45 2 2011-present 92 2

SEASON SCORING AVERAGE

Pct. 81.9 68.2 65.0 60.0 56.2

Pct. 98.4 94.4

Name Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Emma de Groot Agathe Sauzon Emily McLennan Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Maria Salinas

93.3 85.9 85.1

Year Rnds Avg 2009-10 31 73.81 2007-08 34 74.06 2010-11 30 74.27 2010-11 30 74.80 2008-09 35 75.89 2012-13 21 75.67 2012-13 34 75.76 2007-08 31 75.97 2010-11 28 76.11 2008-09 35 76.29

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE HISTORY | TEAM & INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Maria Juliana Loza counted in all 31 rounds played in 2009-10.

SEASON VS. PAR

Name Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Emma de Groot Emily McLennan Agathe Sauzon

SEASON WINS

Name Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Agathe Sauzon Jordan Britt Marion Duvernay Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Kelly Brotherton

SEASON TOP 5’S

Name Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emily McLennan Christine Wolf Christine Wolf 2, 3 times

SEASON TOP 10’S

Name Emma de Groot

Year Rnds 2009-10 31 2007-08 34 2010-11 32 2010-11 32 2008-09 35 2012-13 34 2012-13 21

Avg 1.94 2.38 2.55 3.03 3.89 3.94 3.95

Katie Taylor was a starter on the Mocs’ first squad in 2007-08.

Christine Wolf Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Emma de Groot Maria Salinas Maria Juliana Loza Emma de Groot Emily McLennan

2010-11 2010-11 2007-08 2009-10 2008-09 2010-11 2008-09 2012-13

11 11 11 11 12 10 12 12

6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4

SEASON PAR OR BETTER ROUNDS

YearT’ments Wins 2008-09 12 2 2007-08 12 2 2012-13 7 1 2011-12 10 1 2012-13 8 1 2009-10 11 1 2010-11 11 1 2010-11 11 1 2007-08 5 1

Name Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Marion Duvernay Jordan Britt Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza Maria Salinas Christine Wolf Maria Juliana Loza

YearT’ments Top 5 2007-08 12 6 2010-11 11 5 2009-10 11 5 2008-09 12 4 2012-13 12 3 2007-08 11 3 2010-11 11 3

Name Maria Salinas Maria Juliana Loza Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Emily McLennan Emma de Groot

YearT’mentsTop 10 2007-08 12 9

Name Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf

Year Rnds 2009-10 31 2007-08 34 2010-11 30 2008-09 35 2012-13 22 2011-12 30 2009-10 31 2008-09 35 2008-09 35 2010-11 30 2010-11 27

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

SEASON ROUNDS PLAYED

Year Rnds 2008-09 35 2008-09 35 2008-09 35 2008-09 35 2012-13 34 2007-08 34

CAREER FINISH PERCENTAGE Year 2007-08 2009-10 2007-08

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Opp. 1007 937 900

Christine Wolf Emma de Groot Maria Juliana Loza

SEASON COUNTING SCORES

Name Emma de Groot Emily McLennan Maria Salinas Maria Juliana Loza Emma de Groot Kayla Stewart Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Christine Wolf

SEASON BIRDIES

Name Emma de Groot Emma de Groot Jordan Britt Emma de Groot Christine Wolf Emily McLennan Christine Wolf Maria Salinas Emma de Groot

SEASON EAGLES

Pct. 92.5 86.7 81.1

2010-11 938 2010-11 938 2010-11 819

Name Agathe Sauzon Mette Kryger Marion Duvernay 14 seasons with 1 eagle

YearCount 2008-09 34 2012-13 33 2008-09 32 2009-10 31 2009-10 31 2007-08 31 2007-08 31 2010-11 30 2010-11 30

79.7 79.6 72.8

Pct. 97.1 100.0 91.4 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 96.8 96.8

Year Total 2008-09 77 2007-08 73 2011-12 70 2009-10 70 2007-08 69 2012-13 68 2010-11 68 2008-09 68 2010-11 67

Year Total 2012-13 2 2011-12 2 2010-11 2

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE HISTORY | YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Emma de Groot Kayla Stewart

78 79 82 239 T22 75 79 87 241 25

NCAA East Regional May 8-10 | UGA GC | Athens, Ga. 73 76 74 223 T17 Emma de Groot 2008-09 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic Sept. 5-7 | Silver Lakes GC | Glencoe, Ala. 288 299 291 878 1st of 10 Emma de Groot 76 70 72 218 1 70 78 71 219 3 Christine Wolf 71 77 73 221 6 Kayla Stewart 71 74 80 225 9 Maria Salinas Maria Juliana Loza 77 79 75 231 T18 Katie Taylor (Ind) 83 81 84 248 T46

Katie Taylor (2008-10) was a starter on the first team’s beginning in 2007-08. 2007-08 Chris Banister Gamecock Classic Sept. 7-9 | Silver Lakes GC | Glencoe, Ala. 1st of 9 288 297 300 885 Kelly Brotherton 74 72 70 216 1 Emma de Groot 70 75 74 219 2 Christine Wolf 73 77 75 225 T5 Kayla Stewart 71 76 81 228 9 Katie Taylor 76 74 82 232 T14 Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate Sept. 29-30 | Waynesville CC | Waynesville, N.C. 1st of 24 299 292 591 Emma de Groot 72 71 143 T2 Kayla Stewart 75 72 147 T6 Christine Wolf 74 74 148 T13 Kelly Brotherton 78 75 153 T31 Katie Taylor 79 85 164 T81 Hawkeye Invitational Oct. 6-7 | Finkbine GC | Iowa City, Iowa 1st of 13 300 298 311 909 Emma de Groot 72 75 76 223 Kelly Brotherton 73 76 80 229 Christine Wolf 79 70 81 230 Kayla Stewart 77 77 77 231 Katie Taylor 78 81 78 237

2 T9 T11 T13 T22

LPGA Xavier Invite Oct. 13-14 | LPGA International | Daytona Beach, Fla. 3rd of 14 306 308 296 910 Emma de Groot 74 78 73 225 T9 Christine Wolf 79 75 72 226 T11 Kayla Stewart 77 76 75 228 T15 Kelly Brotherton 76 79 76 231 25 Katie Taylor 86 81 78 245 T58 Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate Oct. 29-30 | Oak Point GC | Kiawah Island, S.C. T11th of 20 320 314 303 937 Emma de Groot 76 73 73 222 6 Kelly Brotherton 83 77 75 235 T34 Kayla Stewart 78 82 78 238 T47 Christine Wolf 85 85 77 247 T74 Katie Taylor 83 82 83 248 T78

SunTrust Lady Gator Invite Feb. 22-24 | Mark Bostick GC at UF | Gainesville, Fla. 12th of 15 308 310 304 922 Emma de Groot 77 69 71 217 T7 Christine Wolf 73 75 74 222 T21 Kayla Stewart 76 80 78 234 T53 Katie Taylor 82 86 81 249 81 Milla Junni 91 89 91 271 83 Pinehurst Challenge Mar. 9-11 | Pinehurst No. 8 | Pinehurst, N.C. 7th of 22 311 309 309 929 Emma de Groot 75 74 74 223 3 Christine Wolf 73 79 77 229 T10 Kayla Stewart 81 73 82 236 T37 Katie Taylor 82 83 76 241 T61 85 85 93 263 110 Milla Junni Samford Women’s Intercollegiate Mar. 17-18 | Limestone Springs GC | Oneonta, Ala. 2nd of 15 300 303- 298 901 Emma de Groot 72 71 68 211 1 Christine Wolf 74 74 79 227 T10 Katie Taylor 72 83 74 229 T13 Kayla Stewart 82 75 77 234 35 Milla Junni 88 86 91 265 77 Larry Nelson Collegiate Invite Mar. 31-Apr. 1 | Chateau Elan | Braselton, Ga. 1st of 17 319 306 303 928 Emma de Groot 77 74 71 222 1 Christine Wolf 75 77 73 225 2 Kayla Stewart 83 74 77 234 T13 Katie Taylor 84 81 82 247 48 Peg Barnard California Collegiate April 11-12 | Stanford GC | Stanford, Calif. 12th of 14 321 312 633 Emma de Groot 77 74 151 Christine Wolf 79 73 152 Kayla Stewart 82 82 164 Katie Taylor 83 83 166

T16 T21 T59 68

Southern Conference Championship April 20-22 | Links at Stono Ferry | Hollywood, S.C. 5th of 10 305 313 325 943 Christine Wolf 74 76 74 224 T3 Katie Taylor 78 79 82 239 T22

Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship Sept. 26-28 | Legends Club | Franklin, Tenn. 13th of 17 308 292 302 902 Emma de Groot 76 74 73 223 T35 Maria Salinas 78 72 75 225 T45 Christine Wolf 78 78 75 231 T64 Kayla Stewart 76 74 81 231 T64 Maria Juliana Loza 82 72 79 233 T70 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship Oct. 10-12 | Fox Den CC | Knoxville, Tenn. T9th of 18 296 302 295 893 Maria Salinas 73 74 70 217 Maria Juliana Loza 72 74 79 225 75 79 72 226 Emma de Groot Christine Wolf 76 76 76 228 Kayla Stewart 78 78 77 233

T10 T36 T43 T54 T73

The Derby Invitational Oct. 27-29 | University Club | Auburn, Ala. 11th of 17 317 306 302 925 Maria Juliana Loza 78 77 73 228 T24 Maria Salinas 79 74 76 229 T28 Emma de Groot 79 77 73 229 T28 Christine Wolf 81 78 81 240 T72 Kayla Stewart 81 79 80 240 T72 Wildcat Invitational Feb. 22-24 | Peninsula GC | Puerto Perasco, Mexico 16th of 17 318 320 320 958 Maria Juliana Loza 86 78 72 236 T63 Maria Salinas 77 81 81 232 70 Christine Wolf 80 80 84 244 T76 Emma de Groot 80 81 83 244 T76 Moa Duf 81 83 85 249 T80 Eagle Landing Invitational Mar. 9-10 | Eagle Landing CC | Or. Park, Fla. 1st of 15 291 292 283 866 Emma de Groot 72 71 69 212 1 Moa Duf 74 73 71 218 5 Maria Juliana Loza 72 76 71 219 6 Maria Salinas 73 72 78 223 T13 Christine Wolf 77 80 72 229 T31 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational Mar. 20-22 | Univ. of Texas GC | Austin, Texas 14th of 17 304 311 315 930 Emma de Groot 77 78 77 232 T41 Maria Salinas 75 79 79 233 T47

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Christine Wolf 77 80 77 234 T50 Maria Juliana Loza 75 78 82 235 T56 Moa Duf 80 76 82 238 T62 John/Kirk Panther Intercollegiate Mar. 30-31 | Eagles Landing GC | Atlanta, Ga. 3rd of 13 300 295 301 896 Moa Duf 72 73 77 222 6 Maria Salinas 78 73 73 224 T7 Emma de Groot 77 73 75 225 T11 Christine Wolf 73 76 79 228 T22 Maria Juliana Loza 84 79 76 239 T50 Kayla Stewart (Ind) 78 79 76 233 T39 Katie Taylor (Ind) 85 86 83 254 65 Lady Mocs Intercollegiate Apr. 6-7 | Lookout Mtn GC | Lookout Mountain, Ga. 2nd of 10 326 326 Maria Salinas 79 79 T2 Christine Wolf 81 81 T5 Emma de Groot 81 81 T5 Maria Juliana Loza 85 85 T17 Moa Duf 86 86 T22 Kayla Stewart (Ind) 79 79 T2 Katie Taylor (Ind) 86 86 T22 Southern Conference Championship Apr. 19-21 | Moss Creek GC | Hilton Head, S.C. 2nd of 10 319 313 306 938 Maria Salinas 76 75 79 230 T3 Emma de Groot 82 75 74 231 5 Christine Wolf 81 82 76 239 T18 Maria Juliana Loza 83 81 77 241 21 Moa Duf 80 85 81 246 T26 NCAA Central Regional May 7-9 | Scarlet Course | Columbus, Ohio 8th of 21 303 299 320 922 Emma de Groot 76 76 79 231 T35 Christine Wolf 76 77 78 231 T35 Moa Duf 74 74 85 233 T44 Maria Salinas 80 72 84 236 T55 Maria Juliana Loza 77 81 79 237 T57 NCAA Championship May 19-22 | Caves Valley GC | Owings Mills, Md. 21st of 24 316 307 305 320 1248 Emma de Groot 79 73 76 76 304 T39 Maria Salinas 75 77 75 83 310 T66 Moa Duf 79 79 76 81 315 T90 Christine Wolf 85 78 78 86 327 T115 Maria Juliana Loza 83 82 88 80 333 T120 2009-10 Hooters Collegiate Match Play Sept. 6-8 | LPGA Int’l Legends | Daytona Beach, Fla. Stroke Play Qualifying Results - Sept. 6 8th of 16 302 300 602 Maria Salinas 75 72 147 T18 Emma de Groot 76 75 151 T29 Maju Loza 77 77 154 T46 Kayla Stewart 74 81 155 T54 Christine Wolf 82 76 158 T58

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE HISTORY | YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Match Play Results - Sept. 7-8 Championship Bracket Quarters: Florida def. Chattanooga 3-2 Matches: Evan Jensen (UF) def. M. Salinas (UTC) 3&2, Marika Lendl (UF) def. Moa Duf (UTC) 4&3, E. de Groot (UTC) def. Amelia Lewis (UF) 1 up, Andrea Watts (UF) def. C. Wolf (UTC) 6&4, M.J. Loza (UTC) def. Isabelle Lendl (UF) 2&1. Semis: Georgia def. Chattanooga 2-1-2 Matches: M. Salinas (UTC) vs. Milena Savich (UGa) halved, Marta Silva Zamora (UGa) def. M. Duf (UTC) 7&6, E. de Groot (UTC) def. Emelie Burger (UGa) 5&3, Carolina Andrade (UGa) def. K. Stewart (UTC) 5&4, M.J. Loza (UTC) vs. Kendall Wright (UGa) halved. 7th-Place Match: South Carolina 3, Chattanooga 2 Matches: E. de Groot (UTC) def. Corrine Carr (USC) 1 up, Katie Burnett (USC) def. K. Stewart (UTC) 1 up, Amanda Stang (USC) def. C. Wolf (UTC) 3&2, M. Salinas (UTC) def. Taylor Barrett (USC) 2 up, Benedicte Toumpsin (USC) def. M.J. Loza (UTC) 3&1. Records: E. de Groot 3-0, M.J. Loza 1-1-1, M. Salinas 1-2, M. Duf 0-2, K. Stewart 0-2, C. Wolf 0-2. Golfweek Conference Challenge Sept. 13-15 | Primm Valley Desert | Primm, Nev. 3rd of 18 296 294 293 883 Christine Wolf 71 73 72 216 T3 Maria Salinas 75 72 74 221 T11 Emma de Groot 74 74 73 221 T11 Maju Loza 76 75 74 225 T26 Kayla Stewart 81 80 77 238 T66 Bettie Lou Evans Fall Invitational Sept. 25-27 | Univ. Club | Lexington, Ky. 3rd of 14 303 291 598 Emma de Groot 72 74 146 Maju Loza 75 75 150 Maria Salinas 78 72 150 Kayla Stewart 78 74 152 Christine Wolf 81 76 157 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship Oct. 16-18 | Fox Den CC | Farragut, Tenn. 8th of 18 300 302 305 907 Emma de Groot 73 72 79 224 Maria Juliana Loza 79 77 71 227 Maria Salinas 74 77 77 228 Christine Wolf 80 76 78 234 Kayla Stewart 74 77 85 236

T5 T17 T17 T31 T45

T20 T29 T39 T66 T77

John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate March 22-23 | Eagle’s Landing CC | Stockbridge, Ga. T3 of 12 305 317 312 934 Christine Wolf 76 78 74 228 T7 Maria Juliana Loza 75 79 78 232 T15 Emma de Groot 76 78 78 232 T15 Moa Duf 78 82 82 242 T40 Katie Taylor 86 82 89 257 66 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational March 26-28 | UT GC | Austin, Texas 10th of 16 315 301 311 Emma de Groot 75 72 78 Maria Juliana Loza 77 76 74 Christine Wolf 82 77 78 Moa Duf 82 76 81 Katie Taylor 81 84 87

927 225 227 237 239 252

T16 T23 T54 T63 T85

SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invitational April 10-11 | Mark Bostick GC UF | Gainesville, Fla. 4th of 15 299 293 300 892 Emma de Groot 71 73 68 212 *1 Christine Wolf 74 74 73 221 T18 Moa Duf 78 71 79 228 T31 Maria Juliana Loza 76 75 80 231 T40 *Won in playoff over Michigan State’s Laura Kueny Southern Conference Championship April 18-20 | Moss Creek GC | Hilton Head, S.C. 1st of 10 306 297 299 902 Emma de Groot 76 72 72 220 2 Maria Juliana Loza 74 76 74 224 4 Christine Wolf 80 71 76 227 T6 Moa Duf 76 78 77 231 T14 Katie Taylor 88 89 87 264 T46 NCAA East Regional May 6-8 | Ironwood CC | Greenville, N.C. 18th of 24 293 301 316 910 Emma de Groot 71 75 74 220 Christine Wolf 72 70 81 223 Maria Juliana Loza 74 77 76 227 Katie Taylor 76 79 85 240

T30 T47 T65 110

2010-11 Labor Day Shootout Sept. 6 | TPC Sawgrass | Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. T2nd of 6 316 156 472 Maria Juliana Loza 76 37 113 2 Christine Wolf 79 36 115 T4 Emma de Groot 77 40 117 T7 Yushira Budhram 84 43 127 T20 Jordan Britt 87 45 132 T27

Kinderlou Forest Challenge F27-M1 | Kinderlou Forest GC | Valdosta, Ga. 1st of 14 305 301 290 896 Yushira Budhram 79 69 71 219 2 Emma de Groot 71 77 74 222 4 Christine Wolf 77 79 69 225 7 Maria Juliana Loza 78 76 76 230 T19 Jordan Britt 81 79 79 239 T50 Marion Duvernay (Ind) 73 81 82 236 T43

Golfweek Conference Challenge Sept. 26-28 | Red Sky GC | Vail, Colo. 10th of 18 303 310 298 911 Emma de Groot 73 76 74 223 Christine Wolf 74 78 73 225 Maria Juliana Loza 77 76 76 229 Jordan Britt 80 80 75 235 Yushira Budhram 79 86 81 246

SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invitational March 6-7 | Mark Bostick GC UF | Gainesville, Fla. T6th of 17 297 304 300 901 Emma de Groot 73 73 70 216 T3 Marion Duvernay 73 75 79 227 T25 Christine Wolf 73 76 80 229 T35 Yushira Budhram 78 81 77 236 T62 Maria Juliana Loza 82 80 74 236 T62 Jordan Britt (Ind) 74 86 78 238 T67

T16 T24 T35 T50 T80

Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship Oct. 8-10 | Holston Hills CC | Knoxville, Tenn. 7th of 15 300 293 289 882 Christine Wolf 73 73 70 216 T9 Emma de Groot 72 72 74 218 T15 Maria Juliana Loza 76 69 73 218 T15 Yushira Budhram 79 79 72 230 T59 Jordan Britt 79 80 76 235 T68 Landfall Tradition Oct. 22-24 | CC of Landfall | Wilmington, N.C. 10th of 18 309 303 299 911 Jordan Britt 78 75 69 222 T11 Christine Wolf 72 77 76 225 T22 Maria Juliana Loza 76 77 77 230 T40 Emma de Groot 84 74 77 235 T63 Yushira Budhram 83 84 79 246 79 Lady Paladin Invitational Oct. 29-31 | Furman GC | Greenville, S.C. 1st of 17 305 308 302 915 Emma de Groot 75 78 73 226 4 Christine Wolf 74 76 77 227 T5 Jordan Britt 78 81 74 233 T14 Yushira Budhram 85 73 78 236 T21 Maria Juliana Loza 78 82 80 240 T38

Kinderlou Forest Challenge Mar. 1-2 | Kinderlou Forest G.C. | Valdosta, Ga. T15 of 18 322 311 320 953 Emma de Groot 73 70 77 220 T4 Christine Wolf 80 79 78 237 T59 Maria Juliana Loza 85 80 84 249 T84 Katie Taylor 89 82 81 252 87 Moa Duf 84 88 84 256 T88

JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational Mar. 11-13 | Eagle Landing GC | O. Park, Fla. 1st of 18 296 285 278 859 Christine Wolf 75 66 68 209 1 Emma de Groot 76 70 67 213 2 Maria Juliana Loza 72 75 72 219 6 Marion Duvernay 76 74 71 221 T9 Yushira Budhram 73 75 76 224 T17 Jordan Britt (Ind) 76 72 74 222 T12 Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic April 1-3 | UGA Golf Course | Athens, Ga. Best Ball Format 23rd of 23 310 304 302 916 Emma de Groot 77 76 76 229 T47 Christine Wolf 81 78 73 232 T63 Marion Duvernay 79 78 81 238 T90 Jordan Britt 78 81 83 242 T104 Yushira Budhram 89 85 85 259 120 Traditional Team Scoring (Used for record keeping) 20th of 23 315 313 313 941 Southern Conference Championship April 17-19 | Moss Creek GC | Hilton Head, S.C. 1st of 10 303 305 292 900 Emma de Groot 74 71 74 219 1 Jordan Britt 77 75 70 222 2 Maria Juliana Loza 78 80 72 230 T5 Christine Wolf 75 80 76 231 T7 Marion Duvernay 77 79 86 242 T26 NCAA Central Regional May 5-7 | Warren GC | Notre Dame, Ind. T12 of 24 303 309 305 917 Maria Juliana Loza 73 78 72 223 T8 75 76 74 225 T18 Christine Wolf 77 76 77 230 T41 Emma de Groot Marion Duvernay 78 80 82 240 T89 Jordan Britt 84 79 82 245 T112

JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational March 7-9 | Eagle Landing GC | Jacksonville, Fla. 8th of 17 316 295 307 918 Emma de Groot 74 70 73 217 2 Maria Juliana Loza 80 69 75 224 T7 Moa Duf 80 74 80 234 T50 Christine Wolf 82 82 79 243 T75 Katie Taylor 87 85 81 253 T87

Emma de Groot (2008-11) won six times as a Moc including the 2011 SoCon Championship.

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2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE HISTORY | YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2011-12 Golfweek Conference Challenge Sept. 19-21 | Red Sky GC | Wolcott, Colo. 14th of 18 305 325 302 932 Marion Duvernay 72 77 72 221 Maria Juliana Loza 77 81 78 236 Mette Kryger 79 84 77 240 M. Gasplmayr 81 87 75 243 Jordan Britt 77 83 85 245

T5 T54 T69 T73 T77

Bettie Lou Evans Invitational Sept. 30-Oct. 2 | University Club | Lexington, Ky. 6th of 16 331 310 305 946 M. Gasplmayr 83 76 74 233 T8 Marion Duvernay 83 77 77 237 T21 Mette Kryger 83 77 79 239 T28 Jordan Britt 84 80 75 239 T28 Maria Juliana Loza 82 84 88 254 75 Tar Heel Invitational Oct. 7-9 | UNC Finley GC | Chapel Hill, N.C. 16th of 18 307 297 293 897 Jordan Britt 78 73 70 221 Mette Kryger 73 73 76 222 Marion Duvernay 80 75 70 225 M. Gasplmayr 77 76 77 230 Yushira Budhram 79 78 79 236

T34 T37 T55 T79 91

The Landfall Tradition Oct. 28-30 | CC of Landfall | Wilmington, N.C. 17th of 18 309 328 318 955 Marion Duvernay 73 84 80 237 T45 Mette Kryger 78 80 80 238 T53 Jordan Britt 80 88 73 241 T66 Maria Juliana Loza 78 83 85 246 T79 M. Gasplmayr 85 81 W Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Classic Feb. 26-28 | Cougar Pt&Oak Pt GC | Kiawah Island, S.C. 10th of 33 309 302 310 921 Maria Juliana Loza 77 73 78 228 T31 Jordan Britt 79 77 75 231 T48 Mette Kryger 73 80 81 234 T63 Marion Duvernay 82 79 76 237 T91 Yushira Budhram 80 73 87 240 T109 Sophie Weilguni (I) 77 79 77 233 T59 JMU Eagle Landing Invitational March 9-11 | Eagle Landing GC | Orange Park, Fla. T7th of 18 303 304 302 909 Jordan Britt 70 74 76 220 T10 Maria Juliana Loza 74 76 76 226 T24 Mette Kryger 79 78 71 228 T34 Marion Duvernay 80 76 83 239 T73 Sophie Weilguni 84 82 79 245 T90 SunTrust Gator Women’s Golf Invitational March 16-18 | Mark Bostick GC UF | Gainesville, Fla. 15th of 17 302 311 310 923 Jordan Britt 70 79 76 225 T39 Mette Kryger 75 78 78 231 T55 Sophie Weilguni 77 78 77 232 T60 Maria Juliana Loza 80 76 80 236 73 Marion Duvernay 80 79 79 238 T75

Knights & Pirates Invite April 9-10 | Suntree CC | Melbourne, Fla. 5th of 15 298 298 299 895 Marion Duvernay 76 70 75 221 Maria Juliana Loza 72 76 75 223 Mette Kryger 74 77 74 225 Jordan Britt 76 75 77 228 Sophie Weilguni 80 82 75 237

T9 T15 T21 T36 T65

Southern Conference Championship April 15-17 | Moss Creek GC | Hilton Head, S.C. 1st of 10 317 303 301 921 Jordan Britt 77 71 74 222 1 Maria Juliana Loza 77 74 76 227 3 Mette Kryger 83 76 78 237 T14 Marion Duvernay 80 82 75 237 T14 Sophie Weilguni 86 83 76 245 T31 NCAA East Regional May 10-12 | Penn State Blue | State College, Pa. 19th of 24 311 306 302 919 Maria Juliana Loza 73 72 76 221 T19 Jordan Britt 78 77 70 225 T46 Marion Duvernay 77 77 76 230 T76 Sophie Weilguni 83 80 83 246 T115 Mette Kryger 87 83 80 250 120 2012-13 Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup Sept. 17-18 | Cardinal Club GC | Simpsonville, Ky. 3rd of 15 300 301 300 901 Marion Duvernay 72 75 72 219 T4 Jordan Britt 77 74 73 224 T14 Emily McLennan 73 76 78 227 T21 Mette Kryger 79 76 77 232 T41 Isabella Loza 78 83 78 239 T59 Porsche Campbell (I) 72 79 79 230 T33 Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship Sept. 21-23 | Legends Club N. | Franklin, Tenn. 14th of 15 311 317 310 938 Jordan Britt 75 80 74 229 T28 Emily McLennan 79 78 75 232 T41 Marion Duvernay 78 79 84 241 69 Mette Kryger 79 85 78 242 70 Porsche Campbell 83 80 83 246 73 Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Oct. 12-14 | Holston Hills CC | Knoxville, Tenn. 14th of 16 311 307 304 922 Jordan Britt 76 72 74 222 T26 Marion Duvernay 77 74 79 230 T50 Emily McLennan 78 75 77 230 T50 Isabella Loza 80 86 74 240 T71 Porsche Campbell 80 87 79 246 T80 Mette Kryger (I) 81 83 76 240 T71 Lady Paladin Invitational Oct. 26-28 | Furman GC | Greenville, S.C. 1st of 14 305 297 294 896 Marion Duvernay 74 70 75 219 1 Jordan Britt 76 74 71 221 2 Emily McLennan 76 73 73 222 T6 Porsche Campbell 79 80 75 234 T40 Mette Kryger 87 87 79 253 T72 Isabella Loza (I) 77 77 76 230 T15

Jordan Britt captured the 2012 SoCon title for her first collegiate win. Central District Invitational Feb. 18-19 | River Wilderness GC | Parrish, Fla. 9th of 12 303 316 298 917 Mette Kryger 71 80 76 227 T20 Marion Duvernay 80 78 71 229 T27 Emily McLennan 77 77 76 230 T31 Jordan Britt 75 81 75 231 T36 Porsche Campbell 81 83 78 242 T58 Isabella Loza (I) 75 74 77 226 T16 Agathe Sauzon (I) 76 77 82 235 T47 JMU Eagle Landing Invitational March 8-10 | Eagle Landing GC | Orange Park, Fla. 5th of 17 302 295 307 904 Emily McLennan 71 74 76 221 T9 Agathe Sauzon 76 73 73 222 T13 Mette Kryger 77 74 78 229 T36 Isabella Loza 78 74 80 232 T48 Jordan Britt 80 78 80 238 T72 Marion Duvernay (I) 78 70 72 220 T7 Porsche Campbell (I)75 75 85 235 T58 SunTrust Gator Women’s Invitational March 15-17 | Mark Bostick GC UF | Gainesville, Fla. 11th of 14 302 307 292 901 Isabella Loza 78 73 72 223 T28 Agathe Sauzon 72 80 72 224 T32 Emily McLennan 76 76 74 226 T38 Mette Kryger 76 78 76 230 T56 Marion Duvernay 81 82 74 237 T70 Briar’s Creek Invitational March 25-26 | GC at Briar’s Creek | Johns Isle, S.C. 15th of 18 319 316 313 948 Isabella Loza 76 79 81 236 T43 Emily McLennan 82 79 76 237 T46 Mette Kryger 82 79 77 238 T53 Jordan Britt 82 79 81 242 T71 Agathe Sauzon 79 86 79 244 T79 Web.com Intercollegiate April 8-9 | Marsh Landing CC | Ponte V. Beach, Fla. 12th of 20 298 303 302 903 Agathe Sauzon 72 72 73 217 T8 Jordan Britt 73 73 78 224 T36 Emily McLennan 75 79 73 227 T49 Porsche Campbell 78 79 78 235 T80 Isabella Loza 78 79 79 236 T86

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Southern Conference Championship April 14-16 | Moss Creek GC | Hilton Head, S.C. 1st of 10 297 300 298 895 Agathe Sauzon 75 71 72 218 1 Emily McLennan 72 74 76 222 T5 Isabella Loza 77 78 75 230 T12 Jordan Britt 75 82 75 232 T16 Porsche Campbell 75 77 84 236 T30 NCAA East Regional May 9-11 | University Club | Auburn, Ala. 19th of 24 309 298 304 911 Jordan Britt 77 74 73 224 T51 Emily McLennan 76 75 76 227 T70 Agathe Sauzon 77 74 78 229 T79 Isabella Loza 79 75 77 231 T85 Porsche Campbell 85 82 80 247 T120

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE NCAA HISTORY MOCS IN NCAA REGIONALS

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM SCORING

Year 2009 C 2010 E 2011 C 2012 E 2013 E

Finish 8 18 12 19 T19

1st 303 293 303 311 309

2nd 299 301 309 306 298

CHATTANOOGA NCAA SCORING AVERAGES - TOP 10 & ACTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES

3rd Total 320 922 316 910 305 917 302 919 304 911

TEAM ROUND-BY-ROUND (COUNTERS ONLY)

2007 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 6 46 19 1 1 0 15 37 20 0 1 0 6 47 17 2 1 0 6 41 21 4 1 0 6 43 21 2

2 0 9 45 16 2 2 0 7 47 16 2 2 0 4 46 21 1 2 0 8 41 20 3 2 0 6 51 14 1

3 0 2 38 30 2 3 0 5 39 23 5 3 0 10 42 15 5 3 0 9 43 17 3 3 0 9 42 17 3

Total 0 17 129 65 5 Total 0 27 123 59 7 Total 0 20 135 53 8 Total 0 23 125 58 10 Total 0 21 137 52 6

TOP TEAM ROUNDS - NCAA REGIONALS

Year 1) 2010 2) 2013 3) 2009 4) 2010 5) 2012 6) 2009 tie) 2011 8) 2013 9) 2011 10) 2012

Score 293 298 299 301 302 303 303 304 305 306

Round 1 2 2 2 3 1 1 3 3 2

Course Ironwood C.C. Auburn Univ. Club Scarlet Course Ironwood C.C. Penn State Blue Scarlet Course Warren G.C. Auburn Univ. Club Warren G.C. Penn State Blue

Name T’ment Emma de Groot 5 Emily McLennan 1 Agathe Sauzon 1 Isabella Loza 1 Jordan Britt 3 Christine Wolf 4 Maria Juliana Loza 5 Maria Salinas 2 Moa Duf 2 Marion Duvernay 2 Porsche Campbell 1 Mette Kryger 1 *Includes as individual

Rnds 16* 3 3 3 9 13 16 7 7 6 3 3

Avg Counters Low 75.50 13 71 75.67 3 75 76.33 3 74 77.00 3 75 77.11 8 70 77.38 11 70 77.56 13 72 78.00 6 72 78.29 6 74 78.33 5 76 82.33 0 80 83.33 1 80

60’s Par/Bet Top 10’s 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Best Finish T17, 2008 East T70, 2013 East T79, 2013 East T85, 2013 East T46, 2012 East T18, 2011 Central T8, 2011 Central T55, 2009 Central T44, 2009 Central T76, 2012 East T120, 2013 East 120, 2012 East

CHATTANOOGA NCAA RECORDS - TEAM (COUNTERS)

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

Round 15, 2010 East (1) 2, 2009 Central (3) 51, 2013 East (2) 36, 2 times (MR: 2009 Finals 4) 30, 2009 Central (3) 14, 2013 East (2) 8, 2009 Finals (4) 0, 2010 East 1 57 of 72, 2013 East (2)

Tournament 27, 2010 East 17, 2009 Central 137, 2013 East 123, 2010 East 65, 2009 Central 52, 2013 East 10, 2012 East 5, 2009 Central 158 of 216, 2013 East

CHATTANOOGA NCAA RECORDS - INDIVIDUAL

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

Round 1, Maria Juliana Loza, 2009 Central (2) 6, Emma de Groot, 2010 East (1) 15, 2 times (MR: McLennan, 2013 East (2) 1, 2 times (MR: Campbell, 2013 East (2) 0 by 9, 33 times (MR: Britt, 2013 East 3) 17, Christine Wolf, 2010 East (3)

TOP 10 IND. ROUNDS - REGIONALS

Student-Athlete 1) Christine Wolf tie) Jordan Britt 3) Emma de Groot 4) Maria Salinas tie) Christine Wolf tie) Maju Loza tie) Maju Loza 8) Emma de Groot tie) Maju Loza tie) Maju Loza tie) Jordan Britt

Score Round 70 (-2) 2 70 (-2) 3 71 (-1) 1 72 (E) 2 72 (E) 1 72 (E) 3 72 (E) 2 73 (+1) 1 73 (+1) 1 73 (+1) 1 73 (+1) 3

TOP 5 IND. TOTALS - REGIONALS

Student-Athlete 1) Emma de Groot 2) Maju Loza 3) Christine Wolf tie) Maju Loza

Score To Par 220 +4 221 +5 223 +7 223 +7

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Tournament 1, Maria Juliana Loza, 2009 Central (2) 10, Emma de Groot, 2010 East 40, Jordan Britt, 2013 East 9, Jordan Britt, 2013 East 0, 2 times (MR: Maju Loza, 2010 East) 44, Jordan Britt, 2013 East

5) Jordan Britt

Date 5/7/10 5/12/12 5/6/10 5/8/09 5/6/10 5/9/11 5/11/12 5/8/08 5/7/11 5/10/12 5/11/13 Date 2010 2012 2010 2011

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2013

MOCS IN NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM SCORING

Year 2009

Finish 1st 2nd 21st 316 307

3rd 305

4th Total 320 1248

TEAM ROUND-BY-ROUND (COUNTERS)

2009 Eagles Birdies Pars Bogeys Others

1 0 4 39 26 3

2 0 11 36 20 5

3 0 10 38 21 3

4 Total 0 0 6 31 36 149 22 89 8 19

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE NCAA HISTORY ALL-TIME NCAA RESULTS BY PLAYER

Jordan Britt

T’Ment 2011 Central Regional 2012 East Regional 2013 East Regional

Scores 84-79-82=245 78-77-70=225 77-74-73=224

Finish T112 T46 T51 Career Counters/Team Rounds ..................................................................8/9 Par/Better Rounds............................................................................. 1 Rounds in 60s.................................................................................... 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) ..........................................................0/3 Wins .................................................................................................. 0 Low Round ...............................................................70 (-2), 2012 East Low 54-hole total.................................................224 (+8), 2013 East Britt Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2011 1 0 0 7 10 1 38.9% 2011 2 0 2 10 5 1 66.7% 2011 3 0 1 9 6 2 55.6% 2012 East 1 0 1 11 5 1 66.7% 2012 East 2 0 1 12 4 1 72.2% 2012 East 3 0 5 10 3 0 83.3% 2013 East 1 0 1 13 3 1 77.8% 2013 East 2 0 1 14 3 0 83.3% 2013 East 3 0 2 13 3 0 83.3% Totals 0 14 99 42 7 69.8%

Jordan Britt helped lead the Mocs to the 2011 NCAA Central Regional.

Porsche Campbell T’Ment 2013 East Regional

Scores 85-82-80=247

Finish T120 Career Counters/Team Rounds ..................................................................0/3 Par/Better Rounds............................................................................. 0 Rounds in 60s.................................................................................... 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) ..........................................................0/1 Wins .................................................................................................. 0 Low Round ..................................................................... 80, 2013 East Low 54-hole total......................................................... 247, 2013 East Campbell Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2013 East 1 0 1 9 5 3 55.6% 2013 East 2 0 1 12 1 4 72.2% 2013 East 3 0 1 10 5 2 61.1% Totals 0 3 31 11 9 63.0%

The 2008-09 team became the first in school history to reach the NCAA Championship at Caves Valley G.C. in Owings Mills, Md. From left to right: Head Coach Colette Murray, Maria Salinas, Emma de Groot, Moa Duf, Christine Wolf and Maria Juliana Loza.

Emma de Groot

T’Ment 2008 East Regional 2009 Central Regional 2009 NCAA Championship 2010 East Regional 2011 Central Regional

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

Finish T17 T35 T39 T30 T41 Career Counters/Team Rounds................................................................ 13 Par/Better Rounds ......................................................................... 1 Rounds in 60s ................................................................................ 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events).......................................................0/5 Wins .............................................................................................. 0 Low Round ...........................................................71 (-1), 2010 East Low 54-hole total .............................................220 (+4), 2010 East de Groot Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2008 1 0 3 11 4 0 77.8% 2008 2 0 1 12 5 0 72.2% 2008 3 0 1 14 3 0 83.3% 2009 R1 0 1 12 5 0 72.2% 2009 R2 0 2 11 4 1 72.2% 2009 R3 0 0 11 7 0 61.1% 2009 F1 0 0 11 7 0 61.1% 2009 F2 0 4 10 3 1 77.8% 2009 F3 0 3 9 5 1 66.7% 2009 F4 0 3 9 5 1 66.7% 2010 1 0 6 7 5 0 72.2% 2010 2 0 2 12 3 1 77.8% 2010 3 0 2 12 4 0 77.8% 2011 1 0 0 13 5 0 72.2% 2011 2 0 1 12 5 0 72.2% 2011 3 0 2 11 4 1 72.2% Totals 0 31 177 74 6 72.2%

Moa Duf

T’Ment 2009 Central Regional 2009 NCAA Championship

Scores 74-74-85=233 79-79-76-81=315

Finish T44 T90 Career Counters/Team Rounds...............................................................6/7 Par/Better Rounds ......................................................................... 0

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Emma de Groot played in NCAA Regionals all four years of her career. Rounds in 60s ................................................................................ 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events).......................................................0/2 Wins .............................................................................................. 0 Low Round ...............................................74 (+2), 2009 Central (2) Low 54-hole total ...................................... 233 (+17), 2009 Central Duf Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2009 R1 0 3 10 5 0 72.2% 2009 R2 0 2 13 2 1 83.3% 2009 R3 0 1 7 6 4 44.4% 2009 F1 0 1 10 6 1 61.1% 2009 F2 0 1 10 6 1 61.1% 2009 F3 0 3 9 5 1 66.7% 2009 F4 0 2 8 5 3 55.6% Totals 0 13 67 35 11 63.5%

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE NCAA HISTORY Isabella Loza

T’Ment 2013 East Regional

Scores 79-75-77=231

Finish T85 Career Counters/Team Rounds ...............................................................3/3 Par/Better Rounds Rounds.......................................................................... 0 Rounds in 60s ................................................................................. 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) .......................................................0/1 Wins ............................................................................................... 0 Low Round ..........................................................75 (+3), 2013 East Low 54-hole total total............................................231 (+15), 2013 East Loza Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2013 East 1 0 3 7 7 1 55.6% 2013 East 2 0 3 10 4 1 72.2% 2013 East 3 0 3 8 6 1 61.1% Totals 0 9 25 17 3 63.0%

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

Marion Duvernay T’Ment 2011 Central Regional 2012 East Regional

Finish T89 T76 Career Counters/Team Rounds ..................................................................5/6 Par/Better Rounds............................................................................. 0 Rounds in 60s.................................................................................... 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) ..........................................................0/2 Wins.................................................................................................. 0 Low Round .............................................................76 (+4), 2012 East Low 54-hole total...............................................230 (+14), 2012 East Duvernay Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2011 1 0 3 7 7 1 55.6% 2011 2 0 1 9 7 1 55.6% 2011 3 0 0 11 6 1 61.1% 2012 East 1 0 1 12 4 1 72.2% 2012 East 2 0 3 8 6 1 61.1% 2012 East 3 0 2 11 4 1 72.2% Totals 0 10 58 34 6 63.0%

Mette Kryger

T’Ment 2012 East Regional

Scores 78-80-82=240 77-77-76=230

Scores 87-83-80=250

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

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

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

Finish T57 T120 T65 T8 T19 Career Counters/Team Rounds...........................................................13/16 Par/Better Rounds ......................................................................... 2 Rounds in 60s ................................................................................ 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events).......................................................1/5 Wins .............................................................................................. 0 Low Round ................................... 72 (E), 2011 Central & 2012 East Low 54-hole total .............................................221 (+5), 2012 East Loza Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2009 R1 0 0 13 5 0 72.2% 2009 R2 1 0 8 7 2 50.0% 2009 R3 0 1 9 8 0 50.0% 2009 F1 0 0 9 7 2 50.0% 2009 F2 0 1 8 7 2 50.0% 2009 F3 0 0 6 8 4 33.3% 2009 F4 0 0 11 6 1 61.1% 2010 1 0 3 10 5 0 72.2% 2010 2 0 1 11 6 0 66.7% 2010 3 0 2 10 6 0 66.7% 2011 1 0 1 15 2 0 88.9% 2011 2 0 0 12 6 0 66.7% 2011 3 0 4 11 2 1 83.3% 2012 East 1 0 3 11 4 0 77.8% 2012 East 2 0 3 12 3 0 83.3% 2012 East 3 0 2 11 4 1 72.2% Totals 1 21 167 86 13 65.6%

Emily McLennan T’Ment 2013 East Regional

Scores 76-75-76=227

Finish T70 Career Counters/Team Rounds...............................................................3/3 Par/Better Rounds ......................................................................... 0 Rounds in 60s ................................................................................ 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events).......................................................0/1 Wins .............................................................................................. 0 Low Round .........................................................75 (+3), 2013 East Low 54-hole total ...........................................227 (+11), 2013 East

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McLennan Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2013 East 1 0 2 10 6 0 66.7% 2013 East 2 0 0 15 3 0 83.3% 2013 East 3 0 1 13 3 1 77.8% Totals 0 3 38 12 1 75.9%

Maria Salinas

T’Ment 2009 Central Regional 2009 NCAA Championship

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

Agathe Sauzon T’Ment 2013 East Regional

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

Finish T79 Career Counters/Team Rounds...............................................................3/3 Par/Better Rounds ......................................................................... 0 Rounds in 60s ................................................................................ 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events).......................................................0/1 Wins .............................................................................................. 0 Low Round .........................................................74 (+2), 2013 East Low 54-hole total ...........................................229 (+13), 2013 East Sauzon Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2013 East 1 0 0 13 5 0 72.2% 2013 East 2 0 2 12 4 0 77.8% 2013 East 3 0 3 9 5 1 66.7% Totals 0 5 34 14 1 72.2%

Katie Taylor

T’Ment 2010 East Regional

Scores 77-74-78=229

Scores 76-79-85=240

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

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0 0 0 0

2 12 1 12 3 11 21 135

ALL-TIME NCAA RESULTS

3 5 3 66

1 0 1 12

77.8% 72.2% 77.8% 66.7%

2008 NCAA East Regional May 8-10 • Athens, Ga. University of Georgia Golf Course • Par 72 • 6,335 68-70-76 214 (-2) 1) Benedicte Toumpsin, South Carolina 68-73-74 215 (-1) 2) Amanda Blumenhurst, Duke tie) Sara-Maude Juneau, Louisville 67-74-74 215 (-1) 4) Krystle Caithness, Georgia 70-73-74 217 (+1) tie) Cydney Clanton, Auburn 70-75-72 217 (+1) 71-73-73 217 (+1) tie) Alexandra Phelps, New Mexico 72-75-71 218 (+2) 7) Tiffany Chudy, Florida tie) Joy Kim, Virginia 73-77-68 218 (+2) 9) Carmen Perez, UNC Wilmington 71-72-76 219 (+3) 69-76-75 220 (+4) 10) Corrine Carr, Furman 77-74-69 220 (+4) tie) Garrett Phillips, Georgia 73-75-72 220 (+4) tie) Julia Potter, Missouri Christine Wolf walks off her approach at the 2009 NCAA Championship. tie) Jessica Yadloczky, Florida 73-72-75 220 (+4) 14) Candace Schepperle, Auburn 74-76-71 221 (+5) Sophie Weilguni 15) Ornella Jouven, Florida 72-73-77 222 (+6) T’Ment Scores Finish tie) Marci Turner, Tennessee 73-75-74 222 (+6) 2012 East Regional 83-80-83=246 T115 17) Emma de Groot, Chattanooga 73-76-74 223 (+7) Career tie) Anna Scott, Georgia State 75-75-73 223 (+7) Counters/Team Rounds ..................................................................2/3 tie) Hannah Yun, Florida 73-75-75 223 (+7) Par/Better Rounds............................................................................. 0 20) Dori Carter, Ole Miss 77-75-72 224 (+8) Rounds in 60s.................................................................................... 0 tie) Cindy LaCrosse, Louisville 72-79-73 224 (+8) Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) ..........................................................0/1 tie) Jennifer Pandolfi, Duke 72-83-69 224 (+8) Wins .................................................................................................. 0 tie) Natalie Sheary, Wake Forest 72-80-72 224 (+8) Low Round.............................................................80 (+8), 2012 East Low 54-hole total...............................................246 (+30), 2012 East 2009 NCAA Central Regional Weilguni Round-by-Round May 7-9 • Columbus, Ohio Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% The Scarlet Course • Par 72 • 6,246 2012 East 1 0 1 7 8 2 44.4% 1) No. 2 UCLA 284-290-303 877 (+13) 2012 East 2 0 1 9 7 1 55.6% 2) No. 9 Purdue 295-289-312 896 (+32) 2012 East 3 0 1 8 7 2 50.0% 3) No. 11 Wake Forest 298-295-306 899 (+35) Totals 0 3 24 22 5 50.0% 4) No. 5 Oklahoma State 297-292-312 901 (+37) 5) No. 19 Michigan State 295-300-310 905 (+41) Christine Wolf 6) New Mexico 301-296-315 912 (+48) T’Ment Scores Finish 7) No. 24 Ohio State 306-293-318 917 (+53) 2009 Central Regional 76-77-78=231 T35 8) Chattanooga 303-299-320 922 (+58) 2009 NCAA Championship 85-78-78-86=327 T115 2010 East Regional 72-70-81=223 T47 2011 Central Regional 75-76-74=225 T18 Career Counters/Team Rounds ..............................................................11/13 Par/Better Rounds............................................................................. 2 Rounds in 60s.................................................................................... 0 Top 10’s (Total/Team Events) ..........................................................0/4 Wins .................................................................................................. 0 Low Round ............................................................70 (-2), 2010 East 2 Low 54-hole total.................................................223 (+7), 2010 East Wolf Round-by-Round Eagle Birdie Par Bogey Other Par/Bet% 2009 R1 0 2 11 4 1 72.2% 2009 R2 0 2 9 7 0 61.1% 2009 R3 0 1 10 7 0 61.1% 2009 F1 0 0 7 9 2 43.8% 2009 F2 0 3 8 5 2 61.1% 2009 F3 0 1 11 5 1 66.7% 2009 F4 0 0 8 7 3 44.4% 2010 1 0 3 12 3 0 83.3% 2010 2 0 3 14 1 0 94.4% 2010 3 0 0 10 7 1 55.6% de Groot follows her shot at the 2009 NCAA Championship.

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CUT LINE 9) Georgia State 10 ) Washington 11) No. 15 Louisville 12) No. 17 Kent State 13) Kentucky 14) Stanford 15 ) North Carolina State 16) Notre Dame 17) Michigan 18) Illinois State 19) Harvard 20) Murray State 21) Fairleigh Dickinson MOCS: T35) Emma de Groot T35) Christine Wolf T44) Moa Duf T55) Maria Salinas T57) Maria Juliana Loza

303-305-318 308-300-319 308-307-317 305-304-325 308-301-326 310-304-332 312-307-335 316-305-338 312-321-327 311-313-339 318-323-338 322-327-341 328-321-346

926 (+62) 927 (+63) 932 (+68) 934 (+70) 935 (+71) 946 (+82) 954 (+90) 959 (+95) 960 (+96) 963 (+99) 979 (+115) 990 (+126) 995 (+131)

76-76-79 76-77-78 74-74-85 80-72-84 77-81-79

231 (+15) 231 (+15) 233 (+17) 236 (+20) 237 (+21)

2009 NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship May 19-22 • Owings Mills, Md. Caves Valley Golf Club • Par 72 • 6,443 1) No. 1 Arizona State 302-298-291-291 1182 (+30) 2) No. 2 UCLA 296-293-304-297 1190 (+38) 3) No. 4 Southern California 301-295-294-301 1191 (+39) 4) No. 5 Oklahoma State 303-297-309-290 1199 (+47) 5) No. 14 Denver 294-304-309-299 1206 (+54) 6) No. 11 Duke 308-301-302-296 1207 (+55) 7) No. 10 North Carolina 299-301-306-304 1210 (+58) 8) No. 3 Virginia 305-302-301-304 1212 (+60) 9) No. 13 Pepperdine 312-298-302-301 1213 (+61) 10) No. 9 Purdue 306-301-311-298 1216 (+64) 11) No. 6 Alabama 305-302-311-299 1217 (+65) 12 ) No. 7 LSU 302-304-309-304 1219 (+67) 13) No. 17 Michigan State 307-303-315-300 1225 (+73) tie) No. 12 Wake Forest 303-300-318-304 1225 (+73) 15) No. 15 Georgia 316-307-301-310 1234 (+82) 16) No. 20 Arizona 310-305-314-306 1235 (+83) 17) No. 24 Tennessee 307-313-306-311 1237 (+85) 18) TCU 314-316-301-307 1238 (+86) 311-314-307-310 1242 (+90) 19) No. 22 New Mexico 20) Tulane 312-305-317-312 1246 (+94) 21) Chattanooga 316-307-305-320 1248 (+96) 22 ) No. 18 UC Irvine 320-316-312-301 1249 (+97) 23) Texas 314-311-313-314 1252 (+100) 24) Ohio State 323-311-314-310 1258 (+106) MOCS: T39) Emma de Groot 79-73-76-76 304 (+16) T66) Maria Salinas 75-77-75-83 310 (+22) T90) Moa Duf 79-79-76-81 315 (+27) T115) Christine Wolf 85-78-78-86 327 (+39) T120) Maria Juliana Loza 83-82-88-80 333 (+45) 2010 NCAA East Regional May 6-8 • Greenville, N.C. Ironwood Country Club • Par 72 • 6,321 1) 1) South Carolina 283-291-290 864 (E) 2) No. 18 Tennessee 283-287-296 866 (+2) T3) No. 4 Auburn 280-295-293 868 (+3) 290-278-300 868 (+3) T3) No. 3 Duke 292-287-292 871 (+7) 5) No. 15 Vanderbilt 6) Tulane 285-295-293 873 (+9) 7) No. 11 Pepperdine 281-290-306 877 (+13) 8) No. 19 TCU 287-296-297 880 (+16) CUT LINE 285-298-304 887 (+23) T9) Texas Tech

2013-14 CHATTANOOGA GOLF GUIDE NCAA HISTORY 17) North Texas 17) Oklahoma State 18) Michigan 19) Illinois 20) East Carolina 21) UNLV 22) Morehead State 23) Illinois State 24) Butler MOCS: T8) Maria Juliana Loza T18) Christine Wolf T41) Emma de Groot T89) Marion Duvernay T112) Jordan Britt

Maju Loza was All-Central Regional tying for 8th in 2011. T9) No. 9 Wake Forest 11) No. 22 Florida 12) East Carolina 13) North Carolina 14) Campbell 15) East Tennessee State 16) Furman 17) Washington 18) Chattanooga T19) Stetson T19) Coastal Carolina 21) Georgia State 22) College of Charleston 23) Charleston Southern 24) Fairleigh Dickinson MOCS: T30) Emma de Groot T47) Christine Wolf T65) Maria Juliana Loza 110) Katie Taylor 2011 NCAA Central Regional May 5-7 • Notre Dame, Ind. Warren Golf Course • Par 72 • 6,208 1) No. 2 UCLA 2) No. 8 LSU 3) Minnesota 4) No. 11 Arkansas 5) Notre Dame 6) Ohio State 7) No. 24 Stanford 8) No. 15 Wake Forest CUT LINE 9) No. 5 Duke 10) Northwestern 11) No. 17 Texas T12) Chattanooga T12) No. 14 Tulane 14) Kent State 15) Wisconsin

296-295-296 284-297-309 293-305-297 294-292-313 297-307-298 285-304-314 305-296-303 305-295-307 293-301-316 298-306-307 307-296-308 290-310-317 297-310-314 315-318-315 327-331-332

887 (+23) 890 (+26) 895 (+31) 899 (+35) 902 (+38) 903 (+39) 904 (+40) 907 (+43) 910 (+46) 911 (+47) 911 (+47) 917 (+53) 921 (+57) 948 (+84) 990 (+126)

311-314-310 312-312-313 316-307-315 313-309-318 315-316-314 318-325-311 319-326-310 329-317-320 316-325-329

935 (+71) 937 (+73) 938 (+74) 940 (+76) 945 (+81) 954 (+90) 955 (+91) 966 (+102) 970 (+106)

73-78-72 223 (+7) 75-76-74 225 (+9) 77-76-77 230 (+14) 78-80-82 240 (+24) 84-79-82 245 (+29)

NCAA East Regional Penn State Blue Course • Par 72 • 6,253 yards 1) No. 25 South Carolina 288-294-291 T2) No. 12 Texas A&M 296-296-286 T2) Texas 296-300-282 T4) No. 2 Alabama 292-297-290 T4) No. 15 Florida 294-297-288 T6) No. 5 Arizona State 303-298-286 T6) No. 24 Michigan State 300-304-283 T6) No. 8 Duke 302-293-292 9) No. 18 Arizona 302-296-293 10) Campbell 313-290-290 11) No. 20 Oklahoma State 299-308-289 12) Tulane 298-305-300 13) Washington 296-303-305 T14) UCF 301-307-299 T14) Wake Forest 304-304-299 16) Kent State 306-301-301 17) Maryland 303-307-304 18) Northwestern 305-308-303 19) Chattanooga 311-306-302 T20) Augusta State 311-296-316 T20) San Diego State 311-299-313 22) Jacksonville State 314-304-309 23) Oral Roberts 327-315-310 24) Long Island 324-321-333 MOCS: T19) Maria Juliana Loza 73-72-76

873 (+9) 878 (+14) 878 (+14) 879 (+15) 879 (+15) 887 (+23) 887 (+23) 887 (+23) 891 (+27) 893 (+29) 896 (+32) 903 (+39) 904 (+40) 907 (+43) 907 (+43) 908 (+44) 914 (+50) 916 (+52) 919 (+55) 923 (+59) 923 (+59) 927 (+63) 952 (+88) 978 (+114) 221 (+5)

71-75-74 220 (+4) 72-70-81 223 (+7) 74-77-76 227 (+11) 76-79-85 240 (+24)

291-301-298 295-303-296 301-297-299 307-303-289 298-305-298 306-301-298 302-306-300 312-304-293

890 (+26) 894 (+30) 897 (+33) 899 (+35) 901 (+37) 905 (+41) 908 (+44) 909 (+45)

302-314-297 302-306-306 306-307-303 303-309-305 313-302-302 304-311-304 314-305-310

913 (+49) 914 (+50) 916 (+52) 917 (+53) 917 (+53) 919 (+55) 929 (+65)

Jordan Britt stares down her shot at the 2013 NCAA East Regional.

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T46) Jordan Britt T76) Marion Duvernay T115) Sophie Weilguni 120) Mette Kryger

78-77-70 225 (+9) 77-77-76 230 (+14) 83-80-83 246 (+30) 87-83-80 250 (+34)

NCAA East Regional May 9-11 – Auburn University Club – Auburn, Ala. 1) No. 2 Alabama 277-277-290 844 (-20) 2) No. 20 Tulane 283-285-284 852 (-12) 3) No. 5 Arkansas 283-294-287 864 (E) tie) No. 17 Oklahoma State 290-287-287 864 (E) 5) No. 23 Texas 289-291-291 871 (+7) 6) Northwestern 292-298-284 874 (+10) 7) No. 8 UCLA 288-298-289 875 (+11) 8) Auburn 299-284-294 877 (+13) 9) Tennessee 294-292-294 880 (+16) 10) No. 11 North Carolina 290-292-305 887 (+23) 11) No. 13 Virginia 300-298-296 894 (+30) 12) Kentucky 301-296-300 897 (+33) 13) East Carolina 301-303-301 905 (+41) 14) FIU 304-301-302 907 (+43) 15) UCF 312-304-292 908 (+44) tie) Notre Dame 292-304-312 908 (+44) 17) East Tennessee State 297-302-310 909 (+45) 18) Ole Miss 299-308-303 910 (+46) 19) Chattanooga 309-298-304 911 (+47) tie) Penn State 310-301-300 911 (+47) 21) Texas State 301-307-306 914 (+50) 22) James Madison 316-305-310 931 (+67) 23) Eastern Kentucky 321-332-322 975 (+111) 24) Alabama State 335-332-327 994 (+130) Mocs: T51) Jordan Britt 77-74-73 224 (+8) T70) Emily McLennan 76-75-76 227 (+11) T79) Agathe Sauzon 77-74-78 229 (+13) T85) Isabella Loza 79-75-77 231 (+15) T120) Porsche Campbell 85-82-80 247 (+31)

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 g.p.a. 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! 52

• 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 has sent three schools to regionals in three of the last six years with the Mocs leading the charge in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and with multiple individual berths including Emma de Groot in 2008. A SoCon school has qualified for the NCAA Championship four times since the turn of the century with the Mocs being the most recent entry in 2009. The Southern Conference office is located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, the Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the SoCon a 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

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• 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

RADIO OUTLETS Brewer Radio

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

WGOW 102.3 FM - SportTalk

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 Chris Goforth (c_goforth@hotmail.com) www.discoverdade.com


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