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University of Oregon Facts Location: Eugene, Ore. Founded / Enrollment: 1876 / 24,000 Nickname: Ducks Colors: Green and Yellow Conference: Pacific-12 President: Michael Gottfredson Athletics Director: Rob Mullens Faculty Representative: James O’Fallon Athletic Department Phone: (541) 346-4481 Athletic Department TTY: (541) 346-1021 Web site: www.GoDucks.com

Women’s Golf Team Quick Facts

Head Coach: Ria (Quiazon) Scott, Fourth Year (California ‘03) Phone / FAX: (541) 346-5917 / -2244 Mailing Address: 2727 Leo Harris Parkway, Eugene, OR 97401 E-mail: riascott@uoregon.edu Home Golf Courses: Eugene Country Club, Emerald Valley Golf Club, Shadow Hills CC 2012 Pac-12 Finish: 8th 2012 Regional Finish: Central- 9th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/1

Media Services Information

Address: 2727 Leo Harris Pkwy, Eugene, OR 97401 Phone (541): 346-5488; Fax: 346-2244 Director: Andy McNamara, Assistant ADCommunications Assistant/Golf Contact: Cameron Harati, Cell: (832) 465-1081 E-mail: charati@uoregon.edu Exec. Asst. AD: Dave Williford Associate Director: Greg Walker, Todd Miles Assistant Directors: Chris Geraghty, Geoff Thurner Assistant: Mike Garabedian Web Site: www.GoDucks.com

Interview Requests: All requests for player and coach interviews should be directed at least 24 hours in advance to Cameron Harati of UO Athletic Communications.

Credits: The 2012 Oregon golf media guide

was written and edited by Cameron Harati. Photos courtesy of Eric Evans, John Giustina, Jack Liu, Oscar Palmquist, Chris Pietsch, Geoff Thurner. Copyright 2012.

Funds: This publication was made possible through

contributions to the UO’s Duck Athletic Fund. For more information on joining the organization, write Associate Athletic Director Herb Yamanaka, 2727 Leo Harris Pkwy, Eugene, OR 97401. The University of Oregon is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This publication will be made available in accessible formats upon request.

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2013 DUCK WOMEN’S GOLF (L-R): Cali Hipp, Avery Sills, Monica Petchakan, Raphaela Dyer, Cheyenne Burbank, Cassy Isagawa, Caroline Inglis, Hanule Sky Seo.

Table of Contents Quick Facts / Credits............................................1

Duck Fun: On and Off the Links.....................21

Team Roster............................................................2

2012 Fall Results........................................... 22-24

2012-13 Team Photo...........................................2

Oregon Home Courses.....................................25

2011-2012 Results................................................3

Oregon Golf History..........................................26

Head Coach Ria Scott Profile............................ 4

Oregon Golf Records............................. 27-29

Staff Profiles............................................................5

Conference History . ............................. 30-31

Golfer Profiles...................................................6-20

NCAA/Pac-12 Championship Results.....32

Cheyenne Burbank..................................... 6-7

Tournament Victories...................................33

Hanule Sky Seo............................................ 8-9

Tournament History ....................................34

Avery Sills.................................................. 10-11

Oregon Golf Honors.............................. 35-36

Raphaela Dyer......................................... 12-13

Oregon Athletics Hall of Fame..................37

Cali Hipp.................................................... 14-15

Letterwinners.................................................38

Cassy Isagawa.......................................... 16-17

Administration Profiles.....................................39

Monica Petchakan.................................. 18-19

Pac-12 Conference Profile...............................40

Caroline Inglis.................................................20

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2012-13

Name Ht. Hd. Yr.-Ex. Hometown (High School) Raphaela Dyer 5-9 Rt. Jr.-2L Swanmore, England (Peter Symonds) Cheyenne Burbank 6-0 Rt. Sr.-3L Gilbert, Ariz. (Gilbert) Cali Hipp 5-7 Rt. So.-1L Caldwell, Idaho (Middleton) Caroline Inglis 5-6 Rt. Fr.-HS Eugene, Ore. (Churchill) Cassy Isagawa 5-3 Rt. So.-1L Wailuku, Hawai’i (Baldwin) Monica Petchakan 5-3 Rt. So.-1L Encino, Calif. (North Hollywood) Hanule Sky Seo 5-3 Rt. Sr.-TR Sohodong, South Korea (Penn State) Avery Sills 5-6 Rt. Sr.-2L Portland, Ore. (Lincoln)

ROSTER

‘11-12 Career Avg. Avg. 76.8 76.9 76.9 76.6 75.6 76.1 —— 75.7 72.8 72.8 79.7 79.4 79.0 78.9 —— 78.0

Head Coach: Ria Quiazon Scott (California ‘03)

2012 Duck Women’s Golf Team (L-R): Monica Petchakan, Cali Hipp, Raphaela Dyer, Cheyenne Burbank, Avery Sills, Caroline Inglis, Cassy Isagawa, Hanule Sky Seo

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RESULTS 2012 Fall Results Player Rounds Cassy Isagawa 12 Caroline Inglis 12 Cali Hipp 12 Raphaela Dyer 9 Monica Petchakan 12 Hanule Sky Seo 6 Topy Cup, P72, 9/11-13 Cassy Isagawa 1st, 71 Caroline Inglis 5th, 77 Cali Hipp 6th, 80 Monica Petchakan 8th, 75 Raphaela Dyer 9th, 75

2011-12 Season Best Individual Scores / Finishes Low 69 71 71 73 75 74 69 75 74 81 79

Avg. 73.0 75.67 77.25 78.56 79.00 79.17

69 74 75 75 80

209 226 229 231 234

-7 +10 +13 +15 +18

Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship, P72, 9/21-9/23

Caroline Inglis Cassy Isagawa Monica Petchakan Hanule Sky Seo Cali Hipp

17th-t, 77 34th-t, 73 51st-t, 80 60th-t, 82 65 75

71 77 79 78 84

78 80 76 78 80

226 230 235 238 239

+10 +14 +19 +22 +23

Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational, P72, 10-8-10/10 Cassy Isagawa 5th 74 74 71 219 Caroline Inglis 22nd-t, 72 77 82 231 Cali Hipp 28th-5, 79 80 75 234 Raphaela Dyer 50th-5, 84 75 82 241 Monica Petchakan 60th-t, 77 81 87 245

+3 +15 +18 +25 +29

Stanford Invitational, P71, 10/19-21 Cassy Isagawa 21st-t, 69 76 73 Cali Hipp 53rd-t, 79 71 75 Caroline Inglis 53rd-t, 76 77 72 Raphaela Dyer 74th-t, 82 77 73 Hanule Sky Seo 83rd 74 82 81

+5 +12 +12 +19 +24

Raphaela Dyer

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218 225 225 232 237

Top-15 Finishes (*Top 5 at Topy Cup) Duck, Tournament Cassy Isagawa, Topy Cup Caroline Inglis, Topy Cup Cassy Isagawa, Edean Ihlanfeldt Inv. Cassy Isagawa, Stanford Intercollegiate Cassy Isagawa, NorthropGrumman Chall. Cassy Isagawa, Sugar Bowl Intercoll. Cassy Isagawa, Inkster Spartan Invite Ashley Edwards, Inkster Spartan Invite Cassy Isagawa, Spring Break Classic Cassy Isagawa, Pacific Coast Intercoll. Cassy Isagawa, Pac-12 Championship Cassy Isagawa, NCAA D1 Central Round

Place, Rounds 1st, 71-69-69-209 5th, 77-75-74-226 5th, 74-74-71-219 3rd, 67- 67-70-204 10th-t, 76-70-75-221 2nd, 71-65-76-212 4th, 69-76-72-217 6th-t, 72-76-74-222 8th-t, 80-72-71-223 5th-t, 78-70-67-215 12th-t, 76-72-74-222 14th-t, 75-72-77-224

Avg. 69.66 75.33 73.00 68.00 73.66 70.66 72.33 74.00 74.33 71.66 74.00 74.66

Additional Top-30 Finishes Duck, Tournament, Ashley Edwards, Edean Ihlanfeldt Inv., Cali Hipp, Stanford Intercollegiate, Cheyenne Hickle, Stanford Intercollegiate, Ashley Edwards, Golfweek Conference Ch. Cheyenne Hickle, Edean Ihlanfeldt Inv. Raphaela Dyer, Edean Ihlanfeldt Inv., Cheyenne Hickle, Golfweek Conference Ch. Cheyenne Hickle, SEC-Pac-12 Challenge Monica Petchakan, Edean Ihlanfeldt Inv. Cali Hipp, NorthropGrumman Chall. Cali Hipp, Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Cali Hipp, NCAA D1 Central Round Raphaela Dyer, Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Raphaela Dyer, Juli Inkster Spartan Invite Cheyenne Hickle, Pacific Coast Intercoll. Ashley Edwards, Spring Break Classic

Place, Rounds 12th-t, 77-75-76-228 16th-t, 71-70-72-213 20th-t, 70-71-73-214 21st-t, 73-76-79-228 21th-t, 76-76-77-229 25th-t, 76-75-79-230 27th-t, 72-75-82-229 30th-t, 75-70-76-221 30th-t, 82-74-77-233 26th-t, 73-74-79-226 25th-t, 69-79-76-224 18th-t, 78-72-76-226 30th-t, 76-78-71-225 22nd-t, 81-75-75-231 28th-t, 72-77-71-220 18th-t, 75-77-75-227

Avg. 76.0 71.0 71.3 76.0 76.3 76.7 76.3 73.6 77.7 75.3 74.6 75.3 75.0 77.0 73.3 75.6

Best Tournament Scores Duck, Tournament, Cassy Isagawa, Golfweek Conference Championship Cassy Isagawa, Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational Cassy Isagawa, Stanford Intercollegiate Cheyenne Hickle, SEC/Pac-12 Challenge Cassy Isagawa, NorthropGrumman Challenge Cassy Isagawa, Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Cassy Isagawa, Juli Inskter Spartan Invite Cassy Isagawa, Spring Break Classic Cassy Isagawa, Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Cassy Isagawa, Pac-12 Championship Cassy Isagawa, NCAA D1 Central Round

Cali Hipp

Monica Petchakan

Place, Rounds-Score 11th-t, 77-71-77-225 2nd-t, 72-71-72-215 3rd (p71), 67-67-70-204 30th-t 75-70-76-221 10th-t, 76-70-75-221 2nd, 71-65-76-212 4th, 69-76-72-217 8th-t, 80-72-71-223 5th-t, 78-70-67-215 12th-t, 76-72-74-222 14th-t, 75-72-77-224

Avg. +9 -1 -9 +5 +8 -4 +1 +7 -1 +6 +8

Avery Sills

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Head Coach

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RIA QUIAZON SCOTT After guiding the University of Oregon women’s golf team to several of its most successful seasons ever, fourth-year head coach Ria Quiazon Scott has quickly and resoundingly returned the Ducks among the nation’s elite.

Career Highlights West Coast Conference Coach of the Year Professional Tours Duramed Futures Canadian Women’s West Coast Ladies Orient Master China Ladies Asian Other International Experience: Competed for the Philippine National Team (1997-2002), 1997 Southeast Asian Games gold medalist, 1998 and 2002 Asian Games bronze medalist, 1998 and 2000 World Amateur Team Championships competitor. Other Major U.S. Events Qualified for six USGA Championships, one U.S. Women’s Open and LPGA Women’s World Cup, two U.S. Girl’s Junior, and three U.S. Women’s Amateur events. Collegiate Highlights: 2003 All-Pac-10, 2002 All-Region, Two-time AllPac-10 Honorable Mention

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In both of her collegiate head coaching stops, Scott has earned a reputation for recruiting and developing top collegiate talent after a decorated playing career. She played professionally from 2003-06 on various tours after helping lead the University of California to three NCAA appearances and Pac-10 Conference and NCAA West Regional team titles, while also playing on various national teams representing the Philippines. In the fall of 2011, some collegiate pundits thought the Ducks would have to rebuild after graduating three seniors who had helped UO to several of its greatest seasons. But Scott and her talented freshman class were ready to prove otherwise. The Ducks climbed as high as No. 12 in the Golfstat rankings and ended the fall ranked No. 18 after an impressive fourevent slate. Scoring-wise, its 295.8 team scoring average was nearly four strokes better than its 2010-11 mark (299.64) that broke the former school best by more than a stroke (300.97, 2008-09). The team’s high point was its five-under school record in the Stanford Intercollegiate (282-281-285-848) that broke the former school best by nine strokes. The Ducks also savored their second- and third-best rounds ever – 281 (-3) and 282 (-2) – in the event’s opening rounds. Oregon’s top player in the 2011-12 season, Cassy Isagawa, earned multiple accolodates after the season and became only the second player since 1998 to be named to the All-American team and the All-Pac-12 First Team. In her first season with the Ducks in 2009-10, Oregon played its best when it mattered the most and was rewarded with its first NCAA Championship trip in 10 years. UO opened the postseason with a best-ever Pac-10 Championships finish (third, 292-307-290-889) – four positions better than its pre-meet seeding against a field that featured four teams ranked top six nationally, and two more tabbed top 20. Two weeks later in the NCAA Central Regional, Oregon tied its second-highest ever regional effort (sixth, 305-316-318939) and ended five positions better than its pre-meet seeding. Not surprisingly, the Ducks steadily climbed the Golfstat/ Golfweek national rankings from 38th and 45th to open the season, respectively, to highs of 28th and 32nd in late May. In 2010-11, Oregon raised its play again, and combined on an all-time season best-average (299.64) – more than a stroke better than its previous best (300.97, 2008-09). The Ducks scored two tournament victories – their 23rd and 24th all-time - in the Dick McGuire / Branch Law Firm Invitational (295-296-290-881 (+5)) and Pacific Coast Intercollegiate (304-297-290-891). UO tied its then-school record tournament score (five-over) in the former tourney, and added its third- and fifth-best ever scores in the Ptarmigan Ram Classic (eight-over) and Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown (13-over), respectively. In her prior two-year stint at the University San Francisco, the 2009 West Coast Conference Coach of the Year helped the Dons amass a similar host of team and individual accolades. In 2008-09, USF spent much of the spring ranked top 30 nationally en route to a school-record 300.19 scoring average – 4.29 strokes better than the previous program best. That fall, the Dons broke a school tournament scoring record to win the Kent Youel Invitational (3-under 867), then won the Oregon Duck Invitational and took second in the West Coast Conference for the second straight season (and eighth straight overall). Individually for USF, WCC Player of the Year Danielle Cvitanov ended the year ranked 43rd nationally in the Golfstat rankings after she posted a school-record season average (74.06). In the classroom, her team was equally successful, as USF athletes claimed five WCC All-Academic laurels. In 2007-08, her unit broke the school 54-hole tournament scoring record in the UNLV Rebel Spring Invitational (870) by four strokes. USF ended the season with six top-five finishes, including another runner-up WCC finish, as all five entries received all-league honors. Before her coaching stint, she racked up an impressive post-college professional resume (see box to left) after an impressive career for California. As a senior co-captain, she led the 2003 Bears in the NCAA Championships (28th overall), and was a 2003 All-Pac-10 and 2002 NCAA All-Region honoree. Her final season, she helped the Bears win a school-record seven tournaments, capture Pac-10 and NCAA Regional titles, and rank as high as second nationally. The two-time Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention also won the 2003 Anna Espenschade Award, presented to Cal’s top graduating female student-athlete. Quiazon married Drew Scott, the former head coach of the Rice men’s golf team, in June 2010 and the couple had their first child, Walker, in April 2012.

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Staff

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STEPHANIE BROOKS In her 16th year with the Duck athletic treatment staff, Brooks serves a variety of key roles for Duck athletes and teams. The Oxnard, Calif., native serves as facilitator for our Duck Athletic Readiness Training (D.A.R.T.) program, oversees the health care needs of both golf teams, and assists with all aspects of clinical education coordination. She is also certified with the Titleist Performance Institute, and is able to work with the strength staff, players and coaches on improving body movement, mobility and stability to specifically help golf performance. A Fresno State graduate (1995), she earned a degree in Physical Education with an Athletic Training option, then earned her Master of Science in Exercise and Movement Science from Oregon in 1997, while working as a graduate assistant ((1996-1997). She also served one year as the Head Athletic Trainer at Cottage Grove High School (1995-1996). She resides in Eugene with her husband, Doug, daughter, Peyton and sons, Myles and Mayson.

JOEL FAVOR In his sixth year as a member of the nationally-recognized strength and conditioning Duck staff, Favor oversees programs for many of Oregon’s top teams. The San Diego native coordinates programs for the Duck football and golf squads. Before joining the Ducks, he served as a part-time assistant strength & conditioning coach at Humboldt State (Arcata, Calif.). He has also served as an intern strength & conditioning coach at Washington State University (Pullman, Wash.) assisting with football, men’s & women’s basketball, and volleyball squads. A former member of the Humboldt State football team, he earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in exercise science.

JASON JOHNSON In his third season as a Duck volunteer assistant coach, Johnson also serves as the head professional at Illahe Hills country Club. He is a Class A member of the PGA of America and has been at Eugene Country Club for over 5 1/2 years. “Jason has been an incredible asset to our program,” Oregon head coach Ria Scott said. “He was instrumental in running the 2010 Pac-10 Championships at Eugene Country Club. His experience with the JC Video system, and the TrackMan for swing and ball flight analysis has really helped us better understand our golf swings. And, as a member of the PGA, Jason keeps us current with the industry innovations in technology, equipment and instruction. Jason is married to wife, Stephany, and they have two daughters, Kora and Brynn.

Amy Athey

Sports Psychologist

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Adam Korzun

Director of Sports Nutrition

Matt Ater

Equipment Manager

Chris Young

Academic Advisor

Blake McMahon Office Manager

Cameron Harati

Sports Information Director

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Team Overview and Staff