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MEN’S

2012-13 S c h ed u le

September 2 at Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate Vernoa, N.Y. 3 at Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate Vernoa, N.Y. 10 at Marshall Fall Invitational Huntington, W. Va. 11 at Marshall Fall Invitational Huntington, W. Va. 17 at John Piper Invitational Bowling Green, Ohio 18 at John Piper Invitational Bowling Green, Ohio October 1 CSU INVITATIONAL 2 CSU INVITATIONAL 8 at UC Bearcat Invitational 9 at UC Bearcat Invitational February 11 at The Match Play at Reunion 12 at The Match Play at Reunion March 11 at Don Benbow Invitational 12 at Don Benbow Invitational 25 at Memphis Intercollegiate 26 at Memphis Intercollegiate April 12 13 20 21 26 27 28

Canterbury G.C. Canterbury G.C. Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio

Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla.

Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.

at Detroit Titans Invitational Detroit, Mich. at Detroit Titans Invitational Detroit, Mich. at Boilermaker Invitational West Lafayette, Ind. at Boilermaker Invitational West Lafayette, Ind. at Horizon League Champ. Howey in the Hills, Fla. at Horizon League Champ. Howey in the Hills, Fla. at Horizon League Champ Howey in the Hills, Fla.

WOMEN’S

September

8 at Lady Bison Fall Classic

Lewisburg, Pa.

9 at Lady Bison Fall Classic

Lewisburg, Pa.

17 at Chicago State Invitational

Chicago, Ill.

18 at Chicago State Invitational

Chicago, Ill.

24 CLEVELAND STATE INVITE

Pine Hills G.C.

25 CLEVELAND STATE INVITE

Pine Hills G.C.

October 8 at Butler Bulldog Invitational

Indianapolis, Ind.

9 at Butler Bulldog Invitational

Indianapolis, Ind.

15 MAC Preview

Nashport, Ohio

16 MAC Preview

Nashport, Ohio

March 11 at Don Benbow Invitational

Jacksonville, Fla.

12 at Don Benbow Invitational

Jacksonville, Fla.

25 at Butler North Spring Inviational Indianapolis, Ind. 26 at Butler North Spring Inviational Indianapolis, Ind. April 5 at Colonel Classic

Richmond, Ky.

6 at Colonel Classic

Richmond, Ky.

13 BGSU Falcon Intercollegiate

Bowling Green, Ohio

14 BGSU Falcon Intercollegiate

Bowling Green, Ohio

26 at Horizon League Champ.

Howey in the Hills, Fla.

27 at Horizon League Champ.

Howey in the Hills, Fla.

28 at Horizon League Champ

Howey in the Hills, Fla.

Home Matches In BOLD CAPS


C l e v e l a n d S t aG Ot LeF

g u ide contents Schedules................. IFC

Quick Facts. ................... 1

Men’s Season Preview..... 2

Women’s Season Preview. 3

Men’s Bios. ........................ 4-10

Men’s Letterwinners.............. 11

Women’s Bios......................... 12-19

Women’s Letterwinners............19

Coaching Staff. ..................... 20-21

John Telich, Sr. Tech Center. ..... 22

23 2011-12 Statistics & Results 24-25 Records & History......................... 26-28 2011 NCAA Regionals......................... IBC The Horizon League

quic k facts Program History

First Year........................... 1946-47 Affiliation............ NCAA Division I Conference................Horizon League Nickname..................................... Vikings School Colors....................... Green & White

Coaching Staff

Head Coach.............................. Steve Weir Alma Mater.................Cleveland State ‘06 Years at CSU.................................... 6th year Assistant Coach........................Doug Barber Alma Mater......................Cleveland State ‘08 Golf Office Phone.......................(216) 687-2390

Cleveland State

Location........................................Cleveland, Ohio Founded................................Cleveland State 1964 Fenn College 1929 Enrollment..........................................................17,323 President................................Dr. Ronald M. Berkman Athletics Director..........................................John Parry Sports Information Director.................... Greg Murphy

Credits The 2012-13 Cleveland State Men’s Golf Media Guide was written and designed by Greg Murphy, Sports Information Director. Edited by Renee Adam, Assistant Sports Information Director. Photography by Brian Hart, Bill Reiter, Greg Murphy and Renee Adam. Cleveland State University is committed to non-discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, disabled veteran or Vietnam era veteran status, and to equal access in education and employment. Cleveland State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and especially encourages applications from minorities and women, persons with handicaps or disabilities, and disabled and Vietnam era veterans.

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Andrew Bailey was the Horizon League Player of the Year last season.

Men’ s S eason P r ev i ew A year after finishing third at the Horizon League ChampionJunior Brendan Byrne was CSU’s fifth golfer last year and avship, Cleveland State brings everyone back with its sights set on eraged 76.1. He is the most experienced golfer that can play at the brining the title home for the fifth time in the last eight years. bottom of the lineup, but there are several other underclassmen “It was disappointing to not win the league championship who are more than capable of being inserted into the lineup. last year,” head coach Steve Weir said. “We have everyone back Sophomore Keith Brooks didn’t get a lot of action last year, avfrom last year’s team, but we know that it will not be easy this eraging 85.5 in his limited time, but has worked hard to improveas year. No one is going to give it to us. We have to use the experievidenced by his 77.7 scoring average in three fall events. ence we have and earn the right to get back to regionals.” A quartet of freshmen - Mike Bishop, Paul Minko, Mitchell The duo of senior Michael Klaric and junior Andrew Bailey Moore and Nick Paxos - will all vie for time at the bottom of CSU’s will once again comprise the top of CSU’s lineup. lineup this year. “We know what we are going to get out of Andrew and MiBishop lettered four times at Medina H.S. and helped his squad chael and need them to continue to play steady, limit their misto a sixth place finish at the state tournament as a senior. He was a takes and post good numbers,” Weir said. first team all-district selection in each of his final two seasons. A two-time first team All-Horizon League selection, Klaric Minko was a first team all-conference pick and team MVP in posted a 74.7 scoring average last season, the fifth best in school each of his final two seasons. He averaged 38.0 for nine holes and history. He led the team with two top-five finishes and begins the 76.0 for 18 as a senior. spring season with a career scoring average of 75.1, the fourth Moore played all four years at No. 1 at Westerville South H.S., lowest in program history. earning all-conference honors as a junior and senior. He averaged Bailey has had a remarkable start to his career, earning first 75.9 as a senior and holds the school record for low round (69). team all-league honors in each of his first two seasons. The HoPaxos was in the program last year, but did not compete due rizon League Player of the Year last season, Bailey topped the to a back injury. A three-time team MVP at Glen Oak H.S., Paxos league with a 73.8 scoring average and led the team with eight averaged 37.1 for nine holes as a senior. rounds of par or better. His 74.4 scoring average through two seasons is second best in CSU history, topped only by Jake Scott’s 74.1 average. Name Yr. Hometown/High School Senior Jon Riemer provides the Vikings with a steady vetAndrew Bailey Jr. Rocky River, OH/St. Ignatius eran in the middle of the lineup. He averaged 75.0 last season Mike Balcar So. Toledo, Ohio/Toledo St. John’s and earned a spot on the Horizon League All-Tournament Mike Bishop Fr. Medina, Ohio/Medina team with a fifth place finish. Keith Brooks So. Ashland, Ohio/Ashland “Jon has worked very hard and matured into a very steady Brendan Byrne Jr. Strongsville, OH/Strongsville Michael Klaric Sr. Hermitage, PA./Kennedy player,” Weir said. “He is very consistent with his game and Paul Minko Fr. Strongsville, Ohio/Strongsville will once again help solidify the middle of our lineup.” Mitchell Moore Fr. Westerville, Ohio/Westerville South Sophomore Michael Balcar will attempt to build upon his Nick Paxos Fr. Canton, Ohio/Glen Oak impressive freshman season in which he finished fourth on Jon Riemer Sr. Lyndhurst, OH/St. Peter Chanel the team with a 76.1 scoring average. He had his best finish in Head Coach: Steve Weir, 6th season the final regular season event, tying for ninth place at the Ball Assistant Coach: Doug Barber, 1st season State EY Inviational with three consecutive rounds of 73.

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Madeline Kaminski ranked second on the team with an 83.0 scoring average last year.

WOMen’s S eason P r ev i ew With the return of all seven players from last year’s team, as Steff Camarata is the fourth junior on the roster and averaged well as a talented freshman, the Cleveland State women’s golf 91.0 per round, playing all nine events as an individual. team has its sights set on improving on last year’s fourth place “The two seniors and four juniors bring a lot of experience evfinish at the Horizon League Championship. ery time they play in an event,” Weir said. “I feel confident that “We’ve had a young squad the last two years, but this year, we any one of them can go low on any day. They have worked hard have six upperclassmen who have been around the program for to get the program where it’s at and understand what it takes to two or three years,” head coach Steve Weir said. “They have been be successful.” through some tournaments and have learned how to compete at Sophomore Colleen Miller enjoyed success as a freshman last a high level. I’m looking forward to seeing how this group plays season, playing in all 10 events. She averaged 84.2 per round, inthis year.” cluding a season-best 79 in her fourth collegiate round. Leading the way for CSU is senior Ariel Sparrow, an all-league Freshman Allyson Hackman rounds out the CSU roster after selection after her sophomore year who holds the CSU career enjoying an outstanding career at Brownstown H.S. A four-year scoring average record at 81.7. Last season, Sparrow led the team letterwinner, Hackman was the team MVP in each of her final with an 81.6 scoring average, the fourth lowest in a season in pro- three seasons and improved her scoring average each season. She gram history, and was the teams top finisher in six of 10 events. culminated her career by averaging 38.1 per nine holes and 79.0 She also had the lowest round on the team last year, carding for 18 holes as a senior. a 73 in the second round of the Zippy Invitational. It was the sec“This is a group that has a ton of potential and had a lot of ond lowest round in program history. success in the fall season,” Weir said. “We have a lot of experiFellow senior Lisa Barber has also been part of the program enced players who have had the opportunity to play against some for three years and her 85.9 career scoring average is tied for the good fields and I expect that to help as we work toward the league sixth lowest in CSU history. Last year, she had an 84.0 scoring championship in late April.” average. The junior class is stocked with four players who have helped transform the program into a league contender over the last Name Yr. Hometown/High School two seasons. Lisa Barber Sr. Willoughby, OH/Willoughby South Madeline Kaminski was one of the team’s most consisSteff Camarata Jr. Canton, OH/Perry tent players last season, finishing second on the team with Micaela Cronin Jr. Dayton, OH/Chaminade Julienne an 83.0 scoring average. She had two top-10 finishes and Shelly Ford Jr. Jefferson, OH/Jefferson Area carded a career-low round of 74 at the MAC Preview. It was Allyson Hackman Fr. Brownstown, Ind./Brownstown Central tied for the third lowest round in school history. Madeline Kaminski Jr. Dayton, OH/Chaminade Julienne Micaela Cronin averaged 84.9 per round as a sophomore Colleen Miller So. Erie, Pa./McDowell last year, knocking more than three shots off her freshman Ariel Sparrow Sr. Strongsville, OH/Strongsville year average. Shelly Ford also knocked more than three shots off her freshman year average with an 84.5 scoring avHead Coach: Steve Weir, 6th season erage last year. Assistant Coach: Doug Barber, 2nd season

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Andrew Bailey J u n i o r // R o c k y R i v e r , O h i o // S t . I g n at i u s 2011-12 SEASON // SOPHOMORE Named Horizon League Player of the Year and was also selected to first team All-Horizon League... led team with a 73.8 scoring average, the third lowest scoring average in school history... had two top-10 finishes and seven top-20 finishes in his 11 events... led team with eight rounds of par or better... was CSU’s top finisher in five events... fired season-low round of 68 to win the rain shortened CSU Invitational (10/3) at Canterbury G.C... tied for sixth place at the Butler Spring Invitational, firing rounds of 74-74 (148) (3/26-27). 2010-11 SEASON // FRESHMAN Earned first team All-Horizon League honors... Horizon League Newcomer of the Year... finished third on team in scoring average (75.0)... played in 11 events and had four top-five finishes and eight top-10 finishes... was second on the team with eight rounds of par or better... fired a low round of 70 two times... earned co-medalist honors at the Horizon League Championship with rounds of 71-77-76 (224)... was CSU’s top finisher at the Earl Yestingmeier Invitational (70-80-75 - 225), tying for 18th place overall... tied for third place with rounds of 71-73 (144) at Don Benbow Classic... had back-to-back third place finishes in the fall, at the John Piper Invitational and CSU Invitational. HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner who helped lead St. Ignatius H.S. to three straight sectional and district titles during his final three seasons, playing for coach Dan Hess...helped team to third place finishes at the state tournament his junior and senior yearsas the No. 2 golfer on the team...also led team to a sixth place showing at the state tournament as a sophomore when he was the No. 4 player... earned first team all-district accolades his final two seasons and an honorable mention nod as a sophomore...recorded a 75.0 scoring average as a senior, while also winning the St. Ignatius Invitational...won the 2010 Northern Ohio Junior PGA Championship at Sweetbriar G.C. with rounds of 74-71 (145)...the win qualified him for the 35th Junior PGA Championship in Fort Wayne, Ind. PERSONAL Born Dec. 3, 1991 in Rocky River, Ohio...son of Ken and Kathy Bailey...has a brother, Ian...member of high school honor roll as a sophomore and junior...business administration major.

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Year 2010-11 2011-12

Events 11 11

Career

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BAILEY’S CAREER STATS Rounds Strokes 30 2,250 29 2,141 59

4,391

Avg. 75.0 73.8

Low 70 68

74.4

68


Michael Balcar S o p h o m o r e // T o l e d o , O h i o // T o l e d o S t . J o h n ’ s 2011-12 SEASON // FRESHMAN Solidified the bottom of the lineup, averaging 76.1 in 24 rounds... played in nine events... posted one top-10 finish and three top-20 finishes... was CSU’s top finisher at the Ball State EY Invitational, tying for ninth place with three straight rounds of 73 (4/21-22)... had a low round of 70 at UC Bearcat Invitational (10/11) and Detroit Titan Invitational (4/13)... carded a final round 74 at the Horizon League Championship, tying for second among CSU golfers (77-78-74 - 229). HIGH SCHOOL Won four events as a senior to earn first team all-district and all-city honors... helped his squad to the City League Tournament title with a runner-up finish... shot a 75 at the district championship, earning a spot at the state tournament where he tied for 13th place... placed 14th at the state tournament as a junior... was a three-time state qualifier.

Year 2011-12

Events 9

Career

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BALCAR’S CAREER STATS Rounds Strokes 24 1,826 24

1,826

Avg. 76.1

Low 70

76.1

70

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K e i t h B r o o ks S o p h o m o r e // A s h l a n d , O h i o // A s h l a n d 2011-12 SEASON // FRESHMAN Played in five events, averaging 85.5 per round... carded his low round of 79 in second round of John Piper Invitational (9/19). HIGH SCHOOL Was a three-time first team all-conference selection... capped his high school career by placing 13th at the state tournament as a senior... qualified as his team’s No. 1 player all four years... earned first team all-district honors as a junior and senior and was a second team pick as a sophomore... named conference player of the year as a junior... helped lead team to three conference and sectional titles, as well as two district championships.

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Year 2011-12

Events 5

Career

5

BROOKS’ CAREER STATS Rounds Strokes 11 940 11

940

Avg. 85.5

Low 79

85.5

79


Brendan Byrne J u n i o r // S t r o n g s v i l l e , O h i o // S t r o n g s v i l l e 2011-12 SEASON // SOPHOMORE Played in all 11 events and all 29 rounds... averaged 76.1 per round... carded a season-low 70 in second round of Marshall Fall Invitational (9/12)... posted two top-20 finishes... had two rounds of par or better. 2010-11 SEASON // FRESHMAN Played in 10.5 rounds as a true freshman, averaging 77.2... had one top-five finish, coming at the John Carroll Invitational... shot a low round of 74, competing as an individual at the Bowling Green Fall Invitational. HIGH SCHOOL Selected to the Northeast Ohio Golf Coaches Association first team as a junior and senior...claimed the sectional title as a junior... led squad to conference title his final season, helping team to a 14-0 record...was a state qualifier as a junior, a district qualifier as a junior and senior and a sectional qualifier his final three seasons...was runner-up for conference MVP honors as a sophomore, junior and senior...earned four letters and was named team MVP during his final three seasons...set a school scoring record with 36.6 strokes per round as a sophomore. PERSONAL Born Dec. 4, 1991 in Strongsville, Ohio...son of Mark and Margi Byrne...has a sister, Kiera...member of the National Honor Society... civil engineering major.

Year 2010-11 2011-12

Events 5 11

Career

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BYRNE’S CAREER STATS Rounds Strokes 10.5 811 29 2,208 39.5

3,019

Avg. 77.2 76.1

Low 74 70

76.4

70

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Michael Klaric S e n i o r // H e r m i ta g e , P a . // K e n n e d y 2011-12 // JUNIOR Named to All-Horizon League first team after finishing second on team with a 74.7 scoring average, tied for eighth lowest in program history... played in all 11 events and all 29 rounds... ranked second on team with seven rounds of par or better... fired season-low round of 68 in second round of Detroit Invitational (4/13) en route to tying for fifth place (73-68-73 - 214)... was team’s top finisher in four events... posted two top-five finishes, four top-10 finishes and four top-20 finishes... tied for fourth place at John Piper Intercollegiate (9/19-20), carding rounds of 78-71-71 (220). 2010-11 // SOPHOMORE Earned first team All-Horizon League accolades... ranked second on the team in scoring (74.3), tied for the fourth lowest average in school history... played in all 11 events and led the team with 10 rounds of par or better... posted two top-five finishes and five top-10 finishes... was the co-medalist at the Horizon League Championship, shooting rounds of 75-74-75 (225)... was CSU’s top finisher at the NCAA Regional Championship with rounds of 72-72-71 (215), tying for eighth place overall and just missing out on an individual spot at the NCAA Championship... shot his best round of the year with a 68 in the final round of the Indiana Invitational to finish at 212 (74-70-68)... earned a 3&2 win over his opponent from Connecticut in the first round of the Match Play Event. 2009-10 // FRESHMAN Finished with the team’s third best scoring average (76.4), participating in nine of the 11 events...was the teams top finisher in three events and the second finisher in one event... had one top-10 finish and two top-20’s... led the team with six rounds of par or better... earned a spot on the Horizon League All-Tournament team by tying for sixth place with rounds of 76-73-70 (219)...his 70 in the final round was a career-low...carded an opening round 71 at the Detroit Invitational (4/16)...posted a 54 hole low total of 218 (73-74-71) to tie for 11th place at the Indiana Invitational...was CSU’s top finisher, tying for 26th overall at the South Dakota Invitational with rounds of 81-72-73 (226)... posted an opening round 71 at the Michigan State Invitational (9/19) in his second career collegiate tournament. HIGH SCHOOL Four year letterwinner in golf... led team to a league championship as No. 1 player for four years, including a perfect 13-0 record as a senior... earned Region 1 All-Star accolades four straight years... named to all-district first team as a senior... claimed medalist honors in District 10 Championship as a junior... owns Mercer County lowest nine-hole score of 30 (6-under)... posted a 34.9 scoring average as a sophomore, the lowest in county history... 2006 and 2007 champion of the Brookfield H.S. Invitational... C.R. Miller Match Play Champion 2007. PERSONAL Born Jan. 8, 1990...son of Michael and Lisa Klaric...has two sisters, Jonica and Emily, and a brother, Roman ... volunteers at The First Tee... undecided on a major.

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Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Events 9 11 11

Career

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KLARIC’S CAREER STATS Rounds Strokes 27 2,063 30 2,230 29 2,165 86

6,458

Avg. 76.4 74.3 74.7

Low 70 68 68

75.1

68


Jon Riemer S e n i o r // L y n d h u r s t , O h i o // C h a n e l 2011-12 // JUNIOR Helped solidify the middle of CSU’s lineup, averaging 75.0 in 10 events (26 rounds)... had one topfive finish, two top-10 finishes and four top-20 finishes... carded two rounds of par or better... fired season-low round of 70 in second round of Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate (9/4)... was CSU’s top finisher at Horizon League Championship (4/27-29) with rounds of 74-76-75 (225) to finish fifth and earn spot on all-tournament team... was also team’s top finisher at Benbow Invitational (3/1213) with rounds of 72-75 (147) to tie for 14th place. 2010-11 // SOPHOMORE Played in six events and 15 rounds, finishing with a 79.6 scoring average... shot a season-low round of 75 on two occasions... went 2-2 in the Match Play Event to open the spring season, earning a 3&2 win against both of his opponents from DePaul and Charleston Southern. 2009-10 // FRESHMAN Was slated to redshirt, but injuries forced him into the lineup... appeared in the final eight events of the season...concluded the season with a 79.4 scoring average in 22 rounds...carded 76’s in the first and third rounds of the Horizon League championship (4/26-27)...shot a career-low 71 in the final round of the South Dakota Invitational to help him finish as CSU’s third golfer (77-8871 - 236)...was the Vikings second finisher at the Francis Marion Invitational (2/22-23) with rounds of 83-75 (158). HIGH SCHOOL Number one golfer for all four years... led team to league title as a senior and third place finishes at district championship his final three seasons... three-time first team all-league pick... has the second lowest all-time scoring average in school history (38.7)... was sectional medalist at Pine Hills G.C. as a senior...two-time Plain Dealer Player of the Week. PERSONAL Born July 8, 1989 in Lyndhurst, Ohio... son of Rob and Dianne Riemer... has a sister, Kristyn... member of high school honor roll for three years... health sciences major.

Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Events 8 6 10

Career

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RIEMER’S CAREER STATS Rounds Strokes 22 1,747 15 1,194 26 1,951 63

4,892

Avg. 79.4 79.6 75.0

Low 71 75 70

77.7

70

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Mike Bishop F r e s h m a n // M e d i n a , O h i o // M e d i n a HIGH SCHOOL Lettered all four years in golf, helping team to sixth place finish at state tournament his senior year... squad was also fifth his junior season, ninth when he was a sophomore and 11th his first year... selected to first team all-league in each of his final three seasons... was also a first team allcounty pick each of final three years... first team all-district honoree as a junior and senior. PERSONAL Born Nov. 24, 1993, in Marion, Ohio...son of Brian and Cindy Bishop...has two brothers... was member of high school honor roll... business major.

Paul Minko F r e s h m a n // S t r o n g s v i l l e , O h i o // S t r o n g s v i l l e HIGH SCHOOL Lettered three times, helping squad to conference runner-up finish in each of his final two seasons and league title as a sophomore... averaged 38.0 for nine holes and 76.0 for 18 holes as a senior... posted 38.3 nine hole average and 78.9 average for 18 holes as a junior... first team all-confernce pick and team MVP his final two seasons... first team all-district as a senior after earning second team honors as a junior... was medalist at conference tournament as a senior... OHSAA Coaches Association Academic All-Ohio honoree. PERSONAL Born Sept. 27, 1993, in Strongsville, Ohio...son of Jim and Pattie Minko...has one brother...accounting major.

Mitchell Moore F r e s h m a n // W e s t e rv i l l e , O h i o // W e s t e rv i l l e S o u t h HIGH SCHOOL Played No. 1 all four years and earned team MVP honors four consecutive seasons... holds school record for lowest 18 hole round (69) and lowest season scoring average, posting a 75.9 per round as a senior... honorable mention all-district selection each of final two seasons... earned all-conference accolades his final two seasons. PERSONAL Born July 12, 1994, in Westerville, Ohio...son of Keith and Leslie Moore...has two sisters... undecided on a major.

N i ck P a x o s F r e s h m a n // C a n t o n , O h i o // G l e n O a k 2011-12 SEASON (Redshirt) Did not compete to maintain a season of eligibility. HIGH SCHOOL Was a four-time letterwinner... helped lead team to a berth in district championship in each of his last three seasons... earned first team all-league, all-county and all-district honors as a junior and senior... won the Federal League title as a junior... first team all-league and all-county pick as a sophomore and honorable mention selection as a freshman... three-time team MVP... averaged 37.1 (9 holes) as a senior, earning team medalist honors 40 times in his career.

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A l l -T i m e M e n ’ s L e t t e rw i n n e r s Four

l e t t e rw i n n e r s r e t u r n fo r t h e

2011-12

Shawn Arlia . . . . . . . . . . 1993

Nick Mann . . . . . . . . . . . 1996

Andrew Bailey . . . . 2011-12

Chris McGrath . . . . . 1996-99

Joe Arnold . . . . . . . . . 1991-94

Michael Balcar . . . . . . . 2012 Doug Barber . . . . . . . 2005-08

Rich Marzola . . . . . . 1991-92 Alex Michalowski . . . . . 2010 Kent Monas . . . . . . . 2008-11

Bill Beckwith . . . . . . 1994-96

Mike Monateri . . . . . . . . 1991

Tony Bloedorn . . . . . . . . 2000

P.J. Myers . . . . . . . . . 2000-03

Vince Belpusi . . . . . . . . . 2004 Mike Bognar . . . . . . . 2001-04 Matt Bolton . . . . . . . . 1996-97 James Boxley . . . . . . 2009-11

Keith Brooks . . . . . . . . . 2012 Brendan Byrne . . . . 2011-12

Tony Caporaletti . . . 1995-98 Kyle Cobb . . . . . . . . . 2007-10

Matt Creech . . . . . . . 1998-00 Drew Davidson . . . . . . . 2011

Mark DeActis . . . . . . . . . 1999 Chuck DeRemer . . . 1995-98

Aaron Dougherty . . . . . 2000 Patrick Elber . . . . 2007-09, 11 Kellen Erdman . . . . . 2008-11

Ben Grandy . . . . . . . 2004-07 Steve Haic . . . . . . . . . 1993-94 Cody Harris . . . . . . . 2003-05

Matt Heestand . . . . . . . . 2001 Craig Hicks . . . . . . . . 1999-01 Steve Hiltebrant . . . 1998-99 Dave Holland . . . . . 1995-96 Billy Houle . . . . . . . . 2002-04

Ryan Howard . . . . . . . . 1995 John Hudson . . . . . . . . . 2001

Jeff Hung . . . . . 1995-96 & 98 Mike Kearns . . . . . . . 2002-03

Mike King . . . . . . . . . . . . 1993 Michael Klaric . . . . 2010-12

Brian Klecan . . . . . . . . . . 1995 Christian Komsa . . . 2000-03 Joe Kovach . . . . . . . . 1989-91 Pat Lahnan . . . . . . . . 1998-00

Jason Lundy . . . . . . . . . . 1994

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Kyle Moyer . . . . . . . . . . . 1992 Kurt Parker . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Toby Phizl . . . . . . . . . . . . 1993 Robert Price . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Mark Quaiser . . . . . . 1996-99 James Rasik . . . . . . . 2005-06 Jason Reimueller . . . 1996-97

Jake Scott lettered four times at Cleveland State (2006-09) and was the medalist at the Horizon League Championship in 2007 and 2008.

Phil Resovsky . . . . . . . . 1994 Joe Ribelli . . . . . . . . . 2005-06

Jon Riemer . . . . . . . . 2010-12 Jack Rollin . . . . . . . . . 1991-92

Brian Ruane . . . . . . . . . . 2001 Bill Russell . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Mike Rutgers . . . . . . 2004-06

Jim Saiko . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1993 Bill Schaefer . . . . . . . 2002-05 Jim Schaefer . . . . . . . 2000-01 Robb Schulze . . . . . . 1993-94 Jake Scott . . . . . . . . . . 2006-09 Steve Smith . . . . . . . . 2001-04

Ben Grandy

Kent Monas

Matt Sokolowski . . . . . . 2002 Jeff Sutyak . . . . . . . . . 2000-02

Shane Swanson . . . . . . . 2008 Brian Veverka . . . . . . . . . 1993 Aaron Wagner . . . . . . . . 1993 Jim Weikamp . . . . . . 2003-04

Steve Weir . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006 Lyle Wilkins . . . . . . . 2002-03

Derrick Williams . . . . . . 2009 Tony Zanotti . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Mark Zukowski . . . . 1995-97 Current golfers in bold.

Doug Barber was the medalist at the 2005 Horizon League Championship as a freshman. He lettered from 2005-08.

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Lisa Barber S e n i o r // W i l l o u g h b y , O h i o // S o u t h 2011-12 // JUNIOR Ranked second on team with an 84.0 scoring average... played in all 10 events and all 22 rounds... had one top-10 finish and two top-20 finishes... carded season-low round of 76 in second round of Bucknell Invitational (9/10) and final round of MAC Preview (10/11)... CSU’s top finisher at Bucknell Invitational (9/10-11), tying for 22nd place with rounds of 77-76-79 (232). 2010-11 // SOPHOMORE Played in all 10 events and 23 rounds... earned first team All-Horizon League honors... ranked second on the team with an 82.6 scoring average... had one top-10 finish and two top-20 finishes... fired a low round of 81 four times... was CSU’s top finisher at the IPFW Spring Invitational, tying for 10th place with rounds of 86-81 (167)... carded back-toback rounds of 81 in the second and third rounds at the Bucknell Invitational, tying for 39th place. 2009-10 // FRESHMAN Played in all 11 events during her first season...finished fourth on the team with an 87.3 scoring average ... carded a career-low round of 80 during the second round of the Richmond Invitational (10/13)... also shot an 83 in the first round, part of her seasonbest 36 hole total (163) ...finished with the second best team score at the Richmond Invitational and tied for second at both the Youngstown State Invitational (9/28) and the Bowling Green Invitational (4/17-18)... fired an 85 during the opening round of the Horizon League Championship (4/24). HIGH SCHOOL Led team to conference titles in each of her four years, winning the individual title as a junior...led team to an appearance at the district tournament as a junior... qualified for districts as an individual as a senior, finishing second to earn a spot at the state tournament... named to all-conference team as a freshman... a two-time Northeast Girls Golf Coaches Association first-team selection... a two-time News Herald All-Star first team selection... concluded senior campaign with a scoring average of 84.3. PERSONAL Born Feb. 3, 1991 in Willoughby, Ohio... daughter of Gene and Sue Barber... has two brothers, Doug, who was a four-year letterwinner for the CSU men’s golf team, and Jim... honor roll member each semester of high school... graphic design/marketing major.

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Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Events 11 10 10

Career

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BARBER’S CAREER STATS Rounds Strokes 24 2,098 23 1,982 22 1,849 69

5,929

Avg. 87.4 86.2 84.0

Low 80 81 76

85.9

76


S t e f f C a m a r ata J u n i o r // C a n t o n , O h i o // P e r ry 2011-12 // SOPHOMORE Played in nine events and 19 rounds, averaging 91.0 per round and playing as an individual in all nine tournaments... carded career-tying low round of 79 in final round of Zippy Invitational... shot 89-83 (172) at Butler Spring Invitational (3/26-27). 2010-11 // FRESHMAN Averaged 91.4 per round, playing in nine events and 19 total rounds... played as an individual in six of the nine events she participated in... shot a season-low 79 in the second round of the Youngstown State Invitational, her first career collegiate tournament. HIGH SCHOOL Led Perry H.S. to four undefeated seasons, four league titles and four straight top-12 finishes at the state tournament...helped her squad place third at the state tournament during her freshman year, fifth her sophomore season, 11th during her junior year and 12th as a senior...named the Stark County Player of the Year as a junior and the Federal League Player of the Year her final two seasons...was a four-time state participant and first team All-Northeast Ohio as a junior and senior...concluded her senior season with a 39.9 average and won the Stark County Championship as a junior. PERSONAL Born Dec. 6,1991 in Canton, Ohio...daughter of Ricci and Karen Camarata...has one brother, Steve...earned an Outstanding Freshman Award...nursing major.

Year 2010-11 2011-12

Events 9 9

Career

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CAMARATA’S CAREER STATS Rounds Strokes 19 1,737 19 1,729 38

3,466

Avg. 91.4 91.0

Low 79 79

91.2

79

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MICAELA CRONIN J u n i o r // D ay t o n , O h i o // C h a m i n a d e J u l i e n n e 2011-12 // SOPHOMORE Played in nine of the 10 team events and 19 rounds... averaged 84.9 per round, knocking more than three shots off her freshman year average... carded a career-best round of 77 in opening round of Bucknell Invitational (9/10), the first event of the fall season... shot 79-84 (163) at the MAC Preview (10/10-11). 2010-11 // FRESHMAN Played in all 10 events and 23 total rounds, finishing fifth on team in scoring average (88.2)... opened Horizon League Championship with rounds of 84-82... totaled 167 (84-83) to finish tied for 13th at Butler Spring Invitational, CSU’s top finisher... fired a season-best round of 80 in the second round of the MAC Preview, finishing at CSU’s top finisher, tying for 38th place overall (90-80 - 170). HIGH SCHOOL Led her team to a sixth place finish at the state tournament as a senior...was a three-time first team all-league selection...was the runner-up at the league tournament as a junior...was the medalist in 13 of the 31 career matches she played in during her final two seasons...holds the school record for lowest nine hole score (34)...named a first team Academic All-Ohio selection as a senior... served as team captain and was selected as team MVP...played on same high school team with current CSU teammate Madeline Kaminski. PERSONAL Born Aug. 5, 1992 in Dayton, Ohio...daughter of David and Joanne Cronin...has three sisters, Martina, Kate and Ellie...earned the Scholar Athlete Award and was on the Honor Roll as a sophomore, junior and senior...National Honor Society participant as a senior...health sciences major.

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Year 2010-11 2011-12

Events 10 9

Career

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CRONIN’S CAREER STATS Rounds Strokes 23 2,028 19 1,613 42

3,641

Avg. 88.2 84.9

Low 80 77

86.7

77


S h e l ly F o r d J u n i o r // J e ff e r so n , O h i o // J e ff e r so n A r e a 2011-12 // SOPHOMORE Played in all 10 tournaments and all 22 rounds, posting an 84.5 scoring average... had one top-20 finish... tied for lowest finish by a CSU golfer at the Ball State Cardinal Classic (9/17-18), firing rounds of 80-79 (159) to tie for 25th... had career-low round of 78 in opening round of CSU Invitational (9/26). 2010-11 // FRESHMAN Played in all 10 events and 23 rounds, ranking fourth on the team with an 87.9 scoring average... was CSU’s second finisher at Horizon League Championship, tying for 12th place overall with rounds of 86-83-81 (250)... the final round 81 was a season-low... fired team’s low round of 87 in a dual match against Butler. HIGH SCHOOL Led her squad to league titles in each of her first three seasons...was a district qualifier in each of her four seasons...named a first team all-league selection in her first three seasons...became the first girl’s golfer from Ashtabula County to earn a berth at the Ohio State golf tournament when she qualified as a junior and senior...capped her senior campaign by being selected as the Star Beacon Ashtabula County Girls Player of the Year when she averaged 39.0 strokes per round...also posted a 39.0 scoring average her junior season...earned four letters and also participated in basketball for four years. PERSONAL Born Jan. 23, 1992 in Ashtabula, Ohio...daughter of Jeff and Mary Ford...has one brother, Kevin... was an academic letterwinner and member of the National Honor Society...named Star Beacon Ashtabula County Scholar Athlete as a junior and senior...pre-nursing major.

Year 2010-11 2011-12

Events 10 10

Career

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FORD’S CAREER STATS Rounds Strokes 23 2,021 22 1,859 45

3,880

Avg. 87.9 84.5

Low 81 78

86.2

78

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M a d e l i n e K a m i n sk i J u n i o r // D ay t o n , O h i o // C h a m i n a d e J u l i e n n e 2011-12 // SOPHOMORE Played in all 10 tournaments and each of the 22 rounds... ranked second on team with an 83.0 scoring average... was team’s top finisher in four events, notching two top-10 finishes and four top-20 finishes... carded career-best round of 74 in first round of MAC Preview (10/10-11) en route to tying for seventh place (74-78 - 152)... tied for ninth place at Horizon League Championship with rounds of 87-84-82 (253). 2010-11 // FRESHMAN Appeared in all 10 events and played in all 23 rounds... finished third on the team with an 86.8 scoring average... posted two top-20 finishes... was team’s second finisher at Don Benbow Invitational, carding rounds of 88-87 (175)... was also team’s second finisher at Butler Fall Invitational, firing rounds of 83-80 (163) with final round 80 being season-low. HIGH SCHOOL Helped lead her team to a sixth place finish in the state her senior year...was a three-time district qualifier...earned three letters in golf and holds the school record for lowest round with a 76... played on same high school team with current CSU teammate Michaela Cronin, playing for coach George Menker...also participated in track and was a district qualifier in swimming her senior season. PERSONAL Born Mar. 25, 1992 in Chicago, Ill...daughter of Doug and Connie Kaminski...has two brothers, Connor, and Shane, and three sisters, Emily, Elise and Lili...pre-medicine major.

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Year 2010-11 2011-12

Events 10 10

Career

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KAMINSKI’S CAREER STATS Rounds Strokes 23 2,001 22 1,827 45

3,828

Avg. 86.8 83.0

Low 80 74

85.1

74


Colleen Miller S o p h o m o r e // S t r o n g s v i l l e , O h i o // S t r o n g s v i l l e 2011-12 // FRESHMAN Played in all 10 events and all 22 rounds, playing as an individual five times... averaged 84.2 per round with three top-20 finishes... carded season-low round of 79 in first round of Ball State Cardinal Classic (9/17)... tied for team low round at Bowling Green Invitational with rounds of 80-82 (162) to tie for 19th. HIGH SCHOOL Earned four letters, helping the squad to a runner-up finish at regionals and a third place showing at the state tournament her final three seasons... helped team win the District 10 title all three years... her 78 was the low round in the field at the 2010 District 10 Championship... placed fourth in the district as a junior with an 81, while also posting the lowest scoring average on the team in 2007 and 2009.

Year 2011-12

Events 10

Career

10

MILLER’S CAREER STATS Rounds Strokes 22 1,852 22

1,852

Avg. 84.2

Low 79

84.2

79

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A r i e l S pa r r o w S e n i o r // S t r o n g s v i l l e , O h i o // S t r o n g s v i l l e 2011-12 // JUNIOR Led team with an 81.6 scoring average, the fourth lowest in program history... played in all 10 tournaments and all 22 rounds... posted two top-10 finishes and six top-20 finishes... was team’s top finisher in six events... tied for 16th place at Zippy Invitational (10/17-18) with rounds of 89-73 (162)... the 73 was a career-low and tied for second lowest round in school history... opened spring season by tying for 19th place at Benbow Invitational (3/12-13) with rounds of 76-84 (160)... tied for best finish on team at Horizon League Championship, shooting 83-86-84 (253) to tie for ninth place. 2010-11 // SOPHOMORE Earned first team All-Horizon League accolades and was a member of the Horizon League All-Tournament team... played in all 10 events and 22 rounds, missing final round of IPFW Invitational due to illness... led team with an 82.5 scoring average, notching one top-five finish, three top-10 finishes and seven top-20 finishes... her scoring average was the sixth-best in program history... was CSU’s top finisher in six of the 10 events she competed in... placed third at Horizon League Championship, carding rounds of 83-80-74 (237)... the final round 74 was the lowest final round in the field, her career-low round and the third lowest round in school history... tied for 12th at Akron Zippy Invitational with rounds of 77-78-86 (241)... placed seventh in season-opening Youngstown State Invitational, firing rounds of 80-82 (162). 2009-10 // FRESHMAN Selected as the Horizon League Newcomer of the Year, becoming the first player in CSU history to earn the award...finished third on the team with an 84.5 scoring average...was one of four players to play in all 11 events and all 24 rounds...carded a career-best 54 hole total of 249 (85-84-80) to tie for 16th at the Horizon League Championship... shot 90-80 (170) and was CSU’s second finisher at Bowling Green Invitational (4/17-18)...was the Vikings third finisher at the Longwood Invitational, South Dakota Invitational and Campbell Invitational...fired a 36 hole total of 162 (77-85) to tie for fourth at the Baldwin Wallace Invitational and help CSU claim its first-ever team title...opened her career in style as the team’s top finisher at the Appalachian State Invitational, tying for 15th place with rounds of 80-76 (156)...her second round 76 was a season-low. HIGH SCHOOL Was a three-time letterwinner, earning the honor as a sophomore, junior and senior... helped squad to a conference championship as a junior and senior, earning where team MVP accolades both years... named to the all-conference team as a senior... was also tabbed the league Player of the Year... improved scoring average of 52.8 for nine holes during her freshman year to 38.2 as a senior... concluded senior campaign with an 18-hole scoring average of 82.0. PERSONAL Born Nov. 9, 1990 in Fairview, Ohio... daughter of Lee and Cheri Sparrow... has two sisters, Lexi and Jessica, and a brother, Jake... forensics major.

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Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Events 11 10 10

Career

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SPARROW’S CAREER STATS Rounds Strokes 24 2,029 23 1,815 22 1,796 69

5,640

Avg. 84.5 82.5 81.6

Low 76 74 73

81.7

73


A l ly s o n H a ckm a n F r e s h m a n // B r o w n s t o w n , I n d . // B r o w n s t o w n C e n t r a l HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four years in golf for head coach Jennifer Chastain... led team to conference championships as a sophomore and senior... helped squad to third place finish at sectionals all four years... improved nine-hole scoring average each year, going from 42.8 as a freshman to 39.5 as a sophomore, 38.3 her junior year and 38.1 as a senior... also averaged 79.0 as a senior... was conference medalist her senior year and regional medalist as a junior... team MVP each of final three seasons... state finalist as a junior. PERSONAL Born March 29, 1994, in Brownstown, Ind...daughter of Matthew Hackman and Debra McClellan...has one brother and one sister... mechanical engineering major.

A l l -T i m e W o m e n ’ s L e t t e rw i n n e r s Seven

l e t t e rw i n n e r s r e t u r n fo r t h e

Victoria Aseltine . . . . . . . 2009-10 Lisa Barber . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010-12 Laren Beese . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-10 Zaidat Bombata . . . . . . . . . . 2002 Nancy Bowling . . . . . . . 2002-05 Katie Broere . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-10 Steff Camarata . . . . . . . . 2011-12 Jen Catton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002 Areial Chapman . . . . . . 2003-06 Micaela Cronin . . . . . . . . 2011-12 Ashley Davidson . . . . . 2006-09 Kim Dulski . . . . . . . . . . . 2006-09 Shelly Ford . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-12 Amanda Glatfelter . . . . 2005-08 Becca Guerra . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002 Marlayna Jacinto . . . . . . . . . 2002 Madeline Kaminski . . . 2011-12 Tori Kastl . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003-04 Brittany Keiter . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 Katie McLaughlan . . . . . 2004-06 Colleen Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012 Kristen Obush . . . . . . . . 2003-06 Mollie Porter . . . . . . . . . 2003-06 Trish Randall . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005 Lexi Retzer . . . . . . . . . . . 2005-06 Carma Rieck . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Ashley Schrock . . . . . . . . . . 2002 Ariel Sparrow . . . . . . 2010-11-12 Annie Teicher . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Jen Varhola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002 Mallory Wyderka . . . . . . 2007-09 Current golfers in bold.

Laren Beese

Areial Chapman

2012-13

s e a so n

Katie Broere was a two time All-Horizon League selection and lettered four times (2006-10).

Amanda Gladfelter

Mallory Wyderka

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Steve Weir H e a d C o a c h // 6 t h S e a so n It has not taken long for head coach Steve Weir to put his mark on the Cleveland State men’s and women’s golf programs. A 2006 graduate of CSU and former standout on the golf team, Weir has led the men’s program to three Horizon League Championships and NCAA appearances, while continuing to build the 10-year old women’s program into a league contender. Last season, Weir led a pair of youthful squads to top four finishes at the Horizon League Championship with the men - featuring two sophomores and one freshman - to a third place finish and the women’s team - with four sophomores and one freshman - to a fourth place finish. The 2010-11 season saw Weir lead the men’s squad to the Horizon League Championship - the squad’s fourth league title in the last six years, while helping the women place fourth with a team that featured three freshmen and two sophomores. A tireless recruiter, Weir has continually brought in highly-decorated players, including several all-state selections and student-athletes who have competed in and won prestigious tournaments. In his four seasons at the helm, Weir has developed 13 All-Horizon League players, including Jake Scott who claimed medalist honors at the league championship in 2008 and 2009 and Kent Monas, the 2011 Horizon League Player of the Year. Under Weir, the men’s team has enjoyed unprecedented success, capturing the 2008, 2009 and 2011 Horizon League titles and advancing to the NCAA Regional Championship all three years. In addition, seven players have earned medalist honors under the direction of Weir, while the 2007-08 squad set the school record for lowest round, firing 277 during the first and second rounds at the IPFW Fall Classic. At the 2011 league championship, Andrew Bailey and Michael Klaric tied for co-medalist honors. Weir has also led the women’s program to new heights during the last four years, guiding the squad to a second place finish at the league tournament in 2009, the best showing in program history. He has also led the team to the top seven team scores in program history, including a schoolrecord round of 312 in the final round of the 2011 Zippy Fall Invitational. But Weir’s successes go beyond the golf course as both teams have also been successful in the classroom. That was never more apparent than in 2009 when the women’s team captured the “Best of the Best” Team Award at the John Konstantinos Athletic Academic Honors Luncheon in April. The award, presented to the sport having the highest team grade point average in the athletics department, went to women’s golf which boasted a 3.71 team GPA with all six student-athletes having at least a 3.20.

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Horizon League Men’s Awards Under Steve Weir Player of the Year Jake Scott (2009) Kent Monas (2011) Andrew Bailey (2012) Newcomer of the Year Andrew Bailey (2011) League Tournament Medalist Jake Scott (2008, 2009) Andrew Bailey (2011) Michael Klaric (2011) First Team All-League Andrew Bailey (2011, 2012) Doug Barber (2008) Kyle Cobb (2010) Michael Klaric (2011, 2012) Kent Monas (2011) Jake Scott (2008, 2009) All Tournament Team Andrew Bailey (2011) Michael Klaric (2010, 2011) Kent Monas (2008) Jon Riemer (2012) Jake Scott (2008, 2009) Horizon League Women’s Awards Under Steve Weir Newcomer of the Year Ariel Sparrow (2010) First Team All-League Lisa Barber (2011) Katie Broere (2009, 2010) Ariel Sparrow (2011) All Tournament Team Katie Broere (2007, 2009, 2010) Ariel Sparrow (2011) Mallory Wyderka (2008, 2009)


Steve Weir Weir joined the CSU golf staff as an assistant coach in 2007 with a familiarity to the Viking program, having served as an assistant coach to the men’s and women’s squads in 2006-07. He has also been the Assistant Golf Professional at Pine Hills Golf Club in Hinkley since April, 2007. He had an outstanding collegiate career, spending time at Kent State and BaldwinWallace before enrolling at CSU in September of 2005. In his lone golf season as a Viking, Weir earned first team All-Horizon League honors in 2006 and was a two-time Horizon League Golfer of the Week. He was second on the team in stroke average (75.3), carding a school-record, eightunder-par 63 en route to a runner-up finish at the Belmont Intercollegiate. Weir also finished second at the Dayton Spring Invitational, helping the Vikings win the team title by eight shots. Weir was a large factor in the Vikings claiming the 2006 Horizon League Championship and advancing to the NCAA regionals, shooting rounds of 70-72-74 (216) and finishing 11th overall. In 2005, Weir captured the Greater Cleveland Amateur Championship and also advanced to the match play portion of the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship. At Baldwin-Wallace, Weir holds the best season average in school-history when he posted 75.2 strokes per round in the fall of 2003, including a low round of 70. Weir and his wife, Alicia, reside in Berea with their one year old daughter, Kinslee.

Doug Barber A ss i s ta n t C o a c h // 2 n d S e a so n Doug Barber, a former standout in the men’s golf program at Cleveland State, is in his second season as an assistant coach with the Vikings. Barber joined the CSU staff in the fall of 2011 after spending a season as a graduate assistant at Northern Illinois. As a player, Barber was a key component for the Vikings, helping CSU to a pair of league titles and berths in the NCAA regionals. As a freshman, Barber captured medalist honors at the 2005 Horizon League Championship, carding rounds of 71-72-73 (216) to win by three shots. The following year, he helped CSU win the league title and as a senior in 2008, Barber earned first team All-Horizon League honors after helping CSU win the league title. Earlier in the year, he won the Norm Bullock Invitational, shooting rounds of 73-67-74 (214), helping CSU win the team title. A native of Willoughby, Ohio, Barber graduated from Cleveland State with a Bachelor of Arts in math. He has also served as the head freshman boys basketball coach at Willoughby South H.S. and in the summer, has helped teach the game of golf to children at Lost Nation G.C.

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The John Telich, Sr. Golf Technology Center On Feb. 12, 2004 Cleveland State officially dedicated the John Telich Sr. Golf Technology Center. Housed in the Physical Education Building, the facility provides CSU’s men’s and women’s teams a first class facility in which to train year-round, giving them an advantage over much of their competition. First-year head coach Brian Varsey noted how fortunate he was to inherit such a first-class facility. “We are grateful for the generosity of Mr. Telich in providing for a unique complete environment for our student athletes to learn and grow. As a team and an athletic department we are proud it has his name and embodies his continued commitment to Cleveland State University golf. We wouldn’t be where we are today without him.” The Tech Center provides a year round home for the Viking golf program. It contains a three-station, full swing practice area as well as a recently-completed five hundred-square foot contoured putting surface. The tech center also includes a sophisticated video monitoring system and an equipment storage area. A separate lounge area with couches and a television completes the tech center, offering relaxation space for the golfers to unwind after a hard days’ work.

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2011-12 H o r i z o n L e a g u e J on R iemer Placed 5 th At The H orizon League C hampionship

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

1. T-2. T-2. T-2. 5. T-6. T-6. T-6. T-6. T-6.

Men’s Team Results

Loyola Green Bay Cleveland State Detroit Wright State Butler Valparaiso Youngstown State

314 301 304 303 318 315 304 315

291 306 308 307 307 303 310 314

304 304 303 308 299 309 314 300

909 911 915 918 924 927 928 929

Chad Ebert, Green Bay 74 Andrew Wegang, Butler 74 Cam Fuller, Green Bay 74 Alex Cusumano, Loyola 78 Jon Riemer, Cleveland State 74 Lucas Kim, Detroit 74 Michael Nedoszytko, Detroit 72 Nick Dennis, Loyola 77 Nick Willenborg, Loyola 75 Cody Fixari, Wright State 76

76 78 76 76 76 73 79 74 75 78

72 72 74 70 75 80 76 76 77 73

222 224 224 224 225 227 227 227 227 227

Men’s All-Tournament Team

Women’s Team Results

1. T-2. T-2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Butler Detroit Loyola Cleveland State Youngstown State Green Bay Valparaiso UIC

T-1. T-1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Ann Vrdolyak, Loyola Lindsey Lammers, Detroit Clare Cornelius, Butler Allison Mitzel, YSU Michele Nash, Butler Isabella Lambert, Butler Sarah Heimlich, YSU

All-League Team Andrew Wegeng, Butler Andrew Bailey, Cleveland State Michael Klaric, Cleveland State Lucas Kim, Detroit Simon Reyers, Detroit Chad Ebert, Green Bay Alex Cusumano, Loyola Cody Fixari, Wright State

Player of the Year Andrew Bailey, Cleveland State

Coach of the Year Pete Samborsky, Wright State Newcomer of the Year Lucas Kim, Detroit

331 342 345 344 350 349 351 378

323 332 335 336 339 348 357 343

330 335 329 335 335 341 350 350

Women’s All-Tournament Team 81 79 79 82 84 80 87

77 78 81 80 80 82 79

80 81 79 78 81 86 84

984 1,009 1,009 1,015 1,024 1,038 1,058 1,071 238 238 239 240 245 248 250

All-League Team Isabella Lambert, Butler Michele Nash, Butler Jenna Peters, Butler Collette Hansen, Detroit Lindsey Lammers, Detroit Ann Vrdolyak, Loyola Alexandra Perez, UIC Sarah Heimlich, Youngstown State 2011-12 H o r i z o n L e a g u e P l ay e r of t h e Y e a r Andrew Bailey

Player of the Year Michele Nash, Butler Coach of the Year Bill Mattingly, Butler

Newcomer of the Year Isabella Lambert, Butler

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2011-12 M e n ’ s O v e r a ll S tat i s t i c s CSU H a d S e v e n T o p -F i v e F i n i s h e s

in

2011-12

Low Tourn Low Par/- Finish Top Player Rnds Strokes 54-holes Round Rounds Events 5 10 20 BAILEY, Andrew 29 2,141 215 68 8 11 1 2 7 BALCAR, Mike 24 1,826 219 70 (2x) 2 9 0 1 3 BROOKS, Keith 11 940 242 79 0 5 0 0 0 BYRNE, Brendan 29 2,208 225 (2x) 70 2 11 0 0 2 KLARIC, Michael 29 2,165 214 68 7 11 2 4 4 PAXOS, Nick RIEMER, Jon 26 1,951 220 70 2 10 1 2 4 TEAM AVERAGE Fall 2011 Individual Tournament Scores Missouri Marshall Sept. 4-5 Sept. 12-13 Andrew Bailey 73-72-79 - 224 71-70-74 - 215 Mike Balcar 80-80-81 - 241 74-73-75 -222 Keith Brooks Brendan Byrne 80-74-76 - 230 74-70-75 - 219 Michael Klaric 80-75-74 - 229 72-75-70 - 217 Nick Paxos Jon Riemer 74-70-81 - 225 77-71-74 - 222 Team 307-291-310 - 908 291-284-293 - 868 * Competed as an individual

Avg. 73.8 76.1 85.5 76.1 74.7 75.0 298.0e

BGSU Sept. 19-20 78-73-75 - 226 81-77-77 - 235 83-79-80 - 242 * 79-74-72 - 225 78-71-71 - 220

CSU Oct. 3-4 68 76 81 * 77 75

UC Bearcat Oct. 10-11 78-72-71 - 221 77-74-70 - 221

75-74-76 - 225 310-292-294 - 896

75 294

77-78-75 - 230 296-292-293 - 881

72-75-78 - 225 70-71-77 - 218

Spring 2012 Individual Tournament Scores

Benbow UCF Mar. 12-13 Mar. 19-20 Andrew Bailey 79-70 - 149 69-76-72 - 217 Mike Balcar Keith Brooks 82-90 - 172 86-82-87 - 255 Brendan Byrne 73-78 - 151 74-77-77 - 228 Michael Klaric 80-71 - 151 75-77-76 - 228 Nick Paxos Jon Riemer 72-75 - 147 77-73-75 - 225 Team 304-294 - 598 295-303-300 - 898 *Competed as an individual

Butler Mar. 26-27 74-74 - 148 78-82 - 160 98-92 - 190 * 78-75 - 153 73-75 - 148

Detroit Apr. 13-14 75-75-73 - 223 73-70-80 - 223

Ball State Apr. 21-22 74-72-75 - 221 73-73-73- 219

HL Apr. 27-29 76-77-76 - 229 77-78-74 - 229

75-82-77 - 234 73-68-73 - 214

76-78-75 - 229 79-72-75 - 226

79-80-78 - 237 77-77-85 - 239

73-72-75 - 220 375-367-373 - 1,115

74-76-75 - 225 304-308-303 - 915

75-82 - 157 300-306 - 606 296-295-303 - 894 Team Tournament Scores

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Date 9/4-5 9/12-13 9/19-20 10/3-4 10/10-11 3/12-13 3/19-20 3/26-27 4/13-14 4/21-22 4/27-29

Tournament Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate Marshall Fall Invitational John Piper Intercollegiate CSU INVITATIONAL UC Bearcat Invitational Benbow Invitational UCF Rio Pinar Butler Spring Invitational Detroit Titans Invitational Ball State EY Invitational Horizon League Championship

Finish 10th of 14 13th of 15 3rd of 10 2nd of 14 T-5th of 15 7th of 13 13th of 15 3rd of 10 5th of 13 T-4th of 15 3rd of 8

Scores Top Finisher 307-291-310 - 908 Bailey (T-25th, 224) 291-284-293 - 868 Bailey (T-29th, 215) 310-292-294 - 896 Klaric (T-4th, 220) 294 Bailey (1st, 68) 296-292-293 - 881 Klaric (T-10th, 218) 304-294 - 598 Riemer (T-14th, 147) 295-303-300 - 898 Bailey (T-20th, 217) 300-306 - 606 Bailey & Klaric (T-6th, 148) 296-295-303 - 894 Klaric (T-5th, 214) 375-367-373 - 1,115 Balcar (9th, 219) 304-308-303 - 915 Riemer (5th, 225)


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Low Tourn Low Par/- Finish Top Player Rnds Strokes 36-holes Round Rounds Events 5 10 20 BARBER, Lisa 22 1,849 164 76 (2x) 0 10 0 1 2 CAMARATA, Steff 19 1,729 172 (2x) 79 0 9 0 0 0 CRONIN, Micaela 19 1,613 163 77 0 9 0 0 0 FORD, Shelly 22 1,859 158 78 0 10 0 0 1 KAMINSKI, Madeline 22 1,827 152 74 0 10 0 2 4 MILLER, Colleen 22 1,852 161 79 0 10 0 0 3 SPARROW, Ariel 22 1,796 159 73 0 10 0 2 6 TEAM AVERAGE Fall 2011 Individual Tournament Scores Bucknell Sept. 10-11 Lisa Barber 77-76-79 - 232 Steff Camarata 94-93-89 - 276 * Micaela Cronin 77-86-81 - 244 Shelly Ford 82-85-80 - 247 Madeline Kaminski 83-84-83 - 250 Colleen Miller 81-81-83 - 245 * Ariel Sparrow 78-82-78 - 238 Team 314-327-318 - 959 *Competed as an individual

Ball State Sept. 17-18 90-84 - 174 95-95 - 190 * 86-82 - 168 80-79 - 159 83-76 - 159 79-84 - 163 80-79 - 159 329-316 - 645

CSU Sept. 26-27 81-83 - 164 87-85 - 172 * 83-87 - 170 78-80 - 158 80-85 - 165 81-80 - 161 * 81-79 - 160 320-327 - 647

MAC Preview Oct. 10-11 91-76 - 167 * 99-94 - 193 * 79-84 - 163 91-85 - 176 74-78 - 152 86-80 - 166 85-80 - 165 324-322 - 646

Avg. 84.0 91.0 84.9 84.5 83.0 84.2 81.6 329.5

Akron Zippy Oct. 17-18 86-81 - 167 102-79 - 181 * 95-80 - 175 88-82 - 170* 85-78 - 163 89-81 - 170 89-73 - 162 349-312 - 661

Spring 2012 Individual Tournament Scores

Benbow March 26-27 Lisa Barber 87-86 - 175 Steff Camarata 89-98 - 187 * Micaela Cronin 87-80 - 167 Shelly Ford 84-81 - 165 * Madeline Kaminski 80-87 - 167 Colleen Miller 87-84 - 171 Ariel Sparrow 76-84 - 160 Team 330-334 - 664 *Competed as an individual

Butler March 26-27 82-85 - 167 89-83 - 172 * 91-89 - 180 88-84 - 172 91-84 - 175 89-92 - 181 * 86-80 - 166 347-333 - 680

IPFW April 1-2 89-94 - 183 93-89 - 182 * 83-87 - 170 83-87 - 170 83-83 - 166 83-96 - 179 * 90-81 - 171 338-338 - 676

BGSU April 14-15 80-85 - 165 89-87 - 176 * 87-89 - 176 85-90 - 175 82-92 - 177 80-82 - 162 * 82-80 - 162 332-344 - 676

HL April 27-29 88-85-82 - 255 89-89-89 - 267 87-84-82 - 253 86-81-87 - 254 83-86-84 - 253 344-336-335 - 1,015

Team Tournament Scores

Date 9/10-11 9/17-18 9/26-27 10/10-11 10/17-18 3/12-13 3/26-27 4/1-2 4/14-15 4/27-29

Tournament Lady Bison Fall Classic Ball State Cardinal Classic CLEVELAND STATE INVITATIONAL MAC Preview Zippy Invitational Benbow Invitational Butler Spring Inviational IPFW Spring Classic BGSU Falcon Inviational Horizon League Championship

Finish 9th of 15 7th of 10 6th of 11 12th of 14 5th of 7 9th of 14 4th of 6 T-5th of 10 10th of 12 4th of 8

Scores Top Finisher 314-327-318 - 959 Barber (T-22nd, 232) 329-316 - 645 Sparrow, Ford, Kaminski (T-25th, 159) 320-327 - 627 Ford (T-11th, 158) 324-322 - 646 Kaminski (T-7th, 152) 349-312 - 661 Sparrow (T-16th, 162) 330-334 - 664 Sparrow (T-19th, 160) 347-333 - 680 Sparrow (T-7th, 166) 338-338 - 676 Kaminski (T-13th, 166) 332-344 - 676 Sparrow & Miller (T-19th, 162) 344-336-335 - 1,015 Kaminski & Sparrow (T-9th, 253)

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M e n ’ s R e c o r d s & H i s t o ry T he V ikings H ave H ad A 300 S coring A verage O r L ess T hree T imes Individual Season Scoring Average 72.7 Jake Scott, 2007-08........................................... (33) 73.2 Jake Scott, 2008-09........................................... (39) 73.8 Andrew Bailey, 2011-12.................................. (29) 74.1 Kent Monas, 2010-11....................................... (27) 74.3 Michael Klaric, 2010-11.................................. (30) 74.3 Matt Creech, 1999-00 ..................................... (32) Individual Career Scoring Average 74.1 Jake Scott, 2005-2009 . .................................. (140) 74.4 Andrew Bailey, 2010-present......................... (59) 74.6 Kent Monas, 2007-11..................................... (115) 75.1 Michael Klaric, 2009-present......................... (86) 75.6 Mike Rutgers, 2003-06 ................................. (101) 75.6 Christian Komsa, 2000-03......................... (118.5) 75.8 Kyle Cobb, 2006-10....................................... (120) Team Season Scoring Average 296.8 2007-08.....................................................................(33) 297.8 2010-11.....................................................................(30) 298.0 2011-12.....................................................................(29) 299.4 2008-09.....................................................................(39) 300.7 2005-06 ....................................................................(37) Number of rounds in parenthesis Individual Season Wins 3 Matt Creech, 1999-00 ...........................................(13) 2 Jake Scott, 2007-08.................................................(13) 2 Tony Caporaletti, 1996-97 ...................................(14) 2 Chris McGrath, 1996-97 ......................................(14) Individual Career Wins 4 Jake Scott, 2005-09.................................................(51) 3 Matt Creech, 1998-00 ...........................................(36) 3 Tony Caporaletti, 1995-98 ...................................(53) 2 Andrew Bailey, 2010-present..............................(59) 2 Billy Houle, 2002-04 .............................................(31) 2 Chris McGrath, 1996-99 ......................................(45) Team Season Wins 3 1997-98 ....................................................................(11) 3 1996-97 ....................................................................(14) 2 2007-08.....................................................................(12) 2 2005-06 ....................................................................(13) 2 1999-00 ....................................................................(13)

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1963-64.......... Frank Boron 1964-65........... Tony Beccia 1965-66......... Dave Garner 1966-67......... Dave Garner 1967-68................ Ed Theid 1968-69.... Frank Schneller 1969-70.... Frank Schneller 1970-71..... Randy Melocik 1971-72........... Joe Skupski 1972-73... Steve Blanchette

Kent Monas

Career Par or Better Rounds 45 Jake Scott, 2005-09 ............................................. (140) 26 Kent Monas, 2007-11 ..................................... (115) 23 Michael Klaric, 2009-present...............................(86) 21 Mike Rutgers, 2003-06 ...................................... (101) 16 Andrew Bailey, 2010-present..............................(59) 16 Christian Komsa, 2000-03 .....................................(118.5) Number of events in parenthesis

Lowest Individual Rounds 63 Steve Weir at Belmont Intercollegiate, April 3, 2006 (2nd round) 65 Jake Scott at Kent State Invitational, April 26, 2008 (2nd round) 66 Mike Rutgers at John Dallio Invitational, Sept. 27, 2004 (2nd round) 66 Kent Monas at Indiana Invitational, Apr. 9, 2011 (1st round) 67 Christian Komsa at Ohio Collegiate Classic, Oct. 23, 2000 (3rd round) 67 Jake Scott at IPFW Fall Classic, Oct. 8, 2007 (1st round) 67 Doug Barber at Wright State Invitational, April 7, 2008 (2nd round) 68 19 times - Michael Klaric most recent at Detroit Invitational, April 13, 2012 (2nd round) Lowest Team Rounds 277 at IPFW Fall Classic - Oct. 7, 2007 (1st round) 277 at IPFW Fall Classic - Oct. 8, 2007 (2nd round) 279 at Ohio Collegiate Classic - Oct. 23, 2000 (3rd round) 280 at Horizon League Champ. - May 1, 2006 (1st round) 282 at MCC Championship - May 2, 2000 (3rd round)

Varsity “C” Most Outstanding Golfer

1973-74... Steve Blanchette 1974-75........... Joe Skupski 1975-76......... Norton Brick 1976-77............. Paul Rapp 1977-78............. Paul Rapp 1978-79...... Perry Savetski 1979-80........... John Young 1980-81............... Ed Salem 1981-82............... Ed Salem 1982-83.......... Tom Connor

1983-84........ Gary Rockow 1984-85........ Gary Rockow 1985-86....... Mark Dorman 1986-87........ Gary Rockow 1987-88........... Tom Porten 1988-89........... Brad Steven 1989-90.......... Derek Duda 1990-91........... Brad Steven 1991-92............. Jack Rollin 1992-93............. Jack Rollin

1993-94........ Robb Schulze 1994-95........ Bill Beckwith 1995-96.... Jason Reimuller 1996-97.. Tony Caporaletti 1997-98.......... Matt Creech 1998-99..... Chris McGrath 1999-00.......... Matt Creech 2000-01........... Craig Hicks 2001-02.. Christian Komsa 2002-03.. Christian Komsa

2003-04............ Billy Houle 2004-05........ Mike Rutgers 2005-06........ Mike Rutgers 2006-07................Jake Scott 2007-08................Jake Scott 2008-09................Jake Scott 2009-10.............. Kyle Cobb 2010-11............Kent Monas 2011-12...... Andrew Bailey


M e n ’ s R e c o r d s & H i s t o ry CSU At NCAA Regionals

CSU Has H ad Three H orizon League Players

2006 - at Sand Ridge G.C.

1. Oklahoma State (845); 2. Northwestern (861); T-3. Texas A&M (867); T-3. Georgia (867); 5. Lamar (869); 6. Minnesota (875); 7. Oklahoma (877); 8. Clemson (881); 9. Duke (883); 10. Kentucky (884); 11. Texas (885); 12. Purdue (886); 13. TCU (889); 14. Tulsa (892); 15. SMU (895); T-16. Texas-Arlington (901); T-16. Xavier (901); 18. Kansas State (903); 19. Missouri (905); 20. Kent State (909); 21. Colorado (911); 22. Nebraska (923); 23. Siena (928); 24. Eastern Kentucky (929); 25. Cleveland State (934); 26. Princeton (943); 27. St. Francis (PA) (944).

CSU Results

T-95. Ben Grandy, 75-78-77 (230); T-114. Steve Weir, 82-76-76 (234); T-114. Mike Rutgers, 8175-78 (234); T-129. Jake Scott, 80-88-72 (240); 138. Doug Barber, 86-86-76 (248).

2008 - at The Scarlet Course

1. Wake Forest (879); 2. Oklahoma State (889); 3. Illinois (891); T-4. Florida (894); T-4. Louisville (894); 6. Alabama (895); 7. Texas A&M (897); T-8. Kent State (898); T-8. Penn State (898); 10. Indiana (901); 11. Tennessee (902); T-12. Michigan (904); T-12. Eastern Kentucky (904); 14. Eastern Michigan (906); 15. Georgia Tech (908); T-16. Lamar (911); T-16. Ohio State (911); 18. Colorado (912); T-19. TCU (914); T-19. Arkansas (914); T-19. Wichita State (914); 22. Texas-Arlington (916); 23. Cleveland State (926); 24. Marquette (930); 25. Baylor (939); 26. Sacred Heart (950); 27. Loyola College (953).

CSU Results

T-41. Jake Scott, 79-73-74 (226); T-89. Kent Monas, 80-74-78 - 232; T-115. Kyle Cobb, 82-7480 (236); T-122. Doug Barber, 78-78-82 (238); T-125. Pat Elber, 76-78-85 (239).

2009 - at The Club at Olde Stone

1. UCLA (838); 2. Washington (870); T-3. Georgia Tech (880); T-3. Ohio State (880); 5. Duke (881); T-6. Louisville (885); T-6. Mississippi (885); T-6. N.C. State (885); 9. Middle Tennessee State (886); 10. Vanderbilt (889); 11. East Tennessee State (897); 12. Cleveland State (920); 13. Austin Peay (948); 14. Bucknell (952).

CSU Results

T-39. Pat Elber, 76-74-76 (226); 54. Jake Scott, 79-77-75 (231); T-60. Kent Monas, 76-78-79 (233); T-62. Kyle Cobb, 77-76-81 (234); T-68. James Boxley, 82-82-77 (241).

2011 - at The Farms G.C.

1. UCLA (854); 2. USC (857); 3. San Diego (864); 4. Ohio State (865); 5. Texas (873); 6. SMU (875); 7. Pacific (878); 8. San Francisco (883); 9. North Texas (884); 10. Middle Tennessee State (887); 11. Tulsa (891); 12. UNLV (897); 13. Cleveland State (909).

CSU Results

T-8. Michael Klaric, 72-72-71 (215); T-49. Kent Monas, 75-73-77 (225); T-62. Andrew Bailey, 79-75-77 (231); T-69. Pat Elber, 77-82-79 (238); 74. Drew Davidson, 82-88-90 (260).

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All-League Honorees Player of the Year Andrew Bailey...................................... 2012 Kent Monas............................................2011 Jake Scott............................................... 2008 Newcomer of the Year Andrew Bailey.......................................2011 Matt Creech........................................... 1998 Coach of the Year Tom Porten.................................. 1998, 2006 Steve Weir...........................2008, 2009, 2011 First Team Andrew Bailey.............................2011, 2012 Doug Barber.......................................... 2008 Tony Caporaletto.................................. 1997 Kyle Cobb.............................................. 2010 Matt Creech........................................... 1998 Ben Grandy........................................... 2005 PLAYER Andrew Bailey Andrew Bailey Michael Klaric Jake Scott Kent Monas Jake Scott Jake Scott Doug Barber Jake Scott Doug Barber Billy Houle Billy Houle Christian Komsa Matt Creech Matt Creech Matt Creech Craig Hicks Tony Caporaletti Chris McGrath Tony Caporaletti Tony Caporaletti Chris McGrath

Craig Hicks............................................ 2001 Steve Hiltebrant.................................... 1999 Billy Houle.................................. 2003, 2004 Michael Klaric..............................2011, 2012 Christian Komsa......................... 2002, 2003 Chris McGrath............................ 1998, 1999 Kent Monas............................................2011 Mike Rutgers............................... 2005, 2006 Jake Scott........................... 2007, 2008, 2009 Steve Weir.............................................. 2006 All Tournament Team Andrew Bailey.......................................2011 Doug Barber.......................................... 2005 Michael Klaric..............................2010, 2011 Nate Komsa....................... 2001, 2002, 2004 Kent Monas........................................... 2008 Jon Riemer............................................. 2012 Mike Rutgers......................................... 2006 Jake Scott..................................... 2008, 2009

All-Time Medalists

EVENT Cleveland State Invitational, Oct. 4, 2011 Horizon League Championship, April 22-24, 2011 Horizon League Championship, April 22-24, 2011 Horizon League Championship, April 27-28, 2009 Wright State Invitational, April 5, 2009 Horizon League Championship, April 28-29, 2008 Kent State First Energy Invite, April 26, 2008 Wright State Invitational, April 6-7, 2008 Butler Spring Invitational, March 19-20, 2007 Horizon League Championship, May 2-3, 2005 Bullock Collegiate Classic, April 17-19, 2004 Cleveland State Invitational, April 22-23, 2002 Cleveland State Invitational, April 22-23, 2002 CSU/Cleveland Energy Resources Invitational, April 8-9, 2000 Ohio Collegiate Classic, April 16-17, 2000 WSU/UD Fall Invitational, Sept. 24-25, 1999 Cleveland State Invitational, May 7-9, 1999 Duquesne Invitational, Oct. 19-20, 1997 Morehead State Eagle Classic, April 15-16, 1997 Shawnee State Invitational, March 29, 1997 Colonial Golf Classic, Fall of 1996 Gannon Invitational, Fall of 1996

SCORES 68 71-77-76 - 224 75-74-75 - 224 71-70-71 -- 212 71-68 -- 139 73-70-71--214 69-65--134 73-67-74--214 72-72--144 71-72-73--216 70-71-74--215 73-39-74--186 75-37-74--186 37-36--73 71-73--144 71-73--144 78-70-77--225 68-81--149 74-75-76--225 71 149 71

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W o m e n ’ s R e c o r d s & H i s t o ry T he 2009-10 T eam W on T he F irst E vent I n P rogram H istory Individual Season Scoring Average 78.5 Katie Broere, 2008-09 ...........................................(22) 80.3 Katie Broere, 2009-10............................................(24) 80.5 Kristen Obush, 2005-06 .......................................(25) 81.6 Ariel Sparrow, 2011-12..........................................(22) 81.8 Katie Broere, 2007-08............................................(20) 82.4 Kristen Obush, 2004-05 .......................................(25)

Kristen Obush

Individual Career Scoring Average 81.7 Ariel Sparrow, 2009-present................................(69) 81.9 Katie Broere, 2006-10............................................(90) 82.4 Kristen Obush, 2002-06 .......................................(94) 83.9 Mallory Wyderka, 2006-09 ...................................... (42) 85.1 Madeline Kaminski, 2010-present.......................... (45) 85.9 Laren Beese, 2006-10................................................... (82) 85.9 Lisa Barber, 2009-present.......................................... (69) Team Season Scoring Average 329.5 2011-12.....................................................................(15) 333.4 2009-10.....................................................................(24) 334.9 2008-09.....................................................................(22) 335.4 2007-08.....................................................................(20) 340.8 2005-06 ....................................................................(25) Number of rounds in parenthesis Individual Season Wins 2 Kristen Obush, 2004-05...................................... (12) 2 Kristen Obush, 2002-03 .......................................(12) Individual Career Wins 4 Kristen Obush, 2002-06 .......................................(33) Team Season Wins 1 2009-10.....................................................................(11) Lowest Individual Rounds 72 Katie Broere at Northern Illinois Invite., March 14, 2008 (2nd round) 73 Katie Broere at Marshall Invitational, Oct. 9, 2008 (2nd round) 73 Ariel Sparrow at Zippy Invitational, Oct. 18, 2011 (2nd round) 74 Done 5 times most recently by Madeline Kaminski at MAC Preview, Oct. 10, 2011 (1st round) 75 Done 8 times most recntly by Katie Broere at Longwood Invitational, April 5, 2010 (1st round) Lowest Team Rounds 312 at Zippy Invitational - Oct. 18, 2011 (2nd round) 314 at Lady Bison Fall Classic - Sept. 10, 2011 (1st round) 315 at Marshall Invitational - Oct. 9, 2008 (2nd round) 316 at Ball State Classic - Sept. 18, 2011 (2nd round) 316 at Ball State Invitational - Sept. 22, 2008 (1st round) 317 at Appalachian State Invite. - Sept. 8, 2009 (2nd round) 318 at Appalachian State Invite. - Sept. 7, 2009 (1st round) 318 at Horizon League Champ. - April 27, 2008 (3rd round) 318 at IPFW Invitational - Oct. 15, 2007 (1st round)

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All-League Honorees Player of the Year Kristen Obush............................ 2004 (co) Newcomer of the Year Ariel Sparrow....................................2010 Coach of the Year Tom Porten.........................................2003 First Team Lisa Barber......................................... 2011 Katie Broere..............................2009, 2010 Kristen Obush......2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Ariel Sparrow.................................... 2011 All Tournament Team Katie Broere....................2007, 2009, 2010 Kristen Obush................2003, 2004, 2006 Ariel Sparrow.................................... 2011 Mallory Wyderka....................2008, 2009

PLAYER Kristen Obush Kristen Obush Kristen Obush Kristen Obush

Varsity “C” Most Outstanding Golfer

2001-02.............Jen Varhola 2002-03........Kristen Obush 2003-04........Kristen Obush 2004-05...... Kristen Obush 2005-06...... Kristen Obush 2006-07....Mallory Wyderka 2007-08..............Katie Broere 2008-09..............Katie Broere 2009-10..............Katie Broere 2010-11.......... Ariel Sparrow 2011-12.......... Ariel Sparrow

All-Time Medalists

EVENT Youngstown State Invite, April 17-18, 2005 79-75--154 Butler Fall Invitational, Sept. 20-21, 2004 78-77-78--233 Lady Bison Classic, April 5-6, 2003 78-76--154 Malone Fall Invitational, Oct. 11-12, 2002 80-83--163


2011 NCAA R e g i o n a l s CSU P l ay e d I n T h e NCAA REGIONALS F o r T h e T h i r d T i m e I n F o u r S e a so n s I n 2011

2011 NCAA SAN DIEGO REGIONAL FINAL TEAM STANDINGS: 1. UCLA (854); 2. USC (857); 3. San Diego (864); 4. Ohio State (865); 5. Texas (873); 6. SMU (875); 7. Pacific (878); 8. San Francisco (893); 9. North Texas (884); 10. Middle Tennessee State (887); 11. Tulsa (891); 12. UNLV (897); 13. Cleveland State (909). CSU INDIVIDUALS: 8. Michael Klaric, 72-72-71 (215); T-49. Kent Monas, 75-73-77 (225); T-62. Andrew Bailey, 79-75-77 (231); T-69. Patrick Elber, 77-82-79 (238); 74. Drew Davidson, 82-88-90 (260).


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