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Table of Contents/Quick Facts Sports Information Policies

2011 IUPUI Jaguars 5 IUPUI Roster 6 Head Coaches Koeppen & McDaniel 7 Assistant Coaches 8 -16 Meet the Men’s Runners 17 2010 Team Pictures 18-24 Meet the Women’s Runners 2010 Review 25 2010 Results IUPUI Cross Country History 26 All-Time Letterwinners 27 All-Time Accolades 28 Top Times 29 Year-by-Year Results 30 IUPUI Hall of Fame This is IUPUI 31 IUPUI Athletics History 32-33 The Summit League 34 IUPUI Administration 35 IUPUI Staff Directory 36-37 Jaguars Athletics Club 38-40 IUPUI Champions

wwQuick Facts School: Location: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Facility (Cap.): Surface: Affiliation: Conference: Chancellor: Alma Mater: Director of Athletics: Alma Mater: Athletics Phone:

General

IUPUI Indianapolis, Ind.(46202) 1969 30,383 Jaguars Red, gold & black Kuntz Stadium (4,500) Natural Grass NCAA Division I The Summit League Charles Bantz Ohio State, ‘75 Michael Moore Ohio, ‘78 317-278-JAGS

Cross Country History

First Year of Cross Country: NCAA Appearances: Most Recent Appearance:

1997 none n/a

IUPUI Men’s XC Staff

Head Coach: Alma Mater: Office Phone: Assistant Coach: Alma Mater: Assistant Coach: Alma Mater: Assistant Coach: Alma Mater:

Chuck Koeppen (3rd year) Ball State, ‘68 317-278-7863 Evan Fruits IUPUI, ‘10 Brandon Cole IUPUI, ‘07 Justin Roeder Butler, ‘11

IUPUI Women’s XC Staff

Head Coach: Alma Mater: Office Phone: Assistant Coach: Alma Mater:

Antonio McDaniel (1st year) Indiana State, ‘07 317-278-7863 Stephanie Greer IUPUI, ‘10

Sports Information

SID/Soccer Contact: Email: Phone: Cell: Fax: Website: Mailing Address:

Ed Holdaway eholdawa@iupui.edu 317-274-2725 317-908-2645 317-274-0609 www.IUPUIJags.com 1000 Waterway Blvd. Indianapolis, IN 46202

Ana Paez (left) and Rachel Zajac (right) will headline the top of the Jaguars’ lineup in 2011.

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Sports Information Policies ww IUPUI Sports Information Policies The IUPUI Cross Country Guide is intended to be a source of information for the media. If additional information is needed on IUPUI soccer and/or other Jaguars’ sports, please contact Ed Holdaway in the IUPUI Sports Information Office, located at 1000 Waterway Blvd.

ww Soccer Contact The Sports Information contact for the soccer team is Ed Holdaway. He can be reached at 317-274-2725 or by email at eholdawa@iupui.edu. ww Photographers Photographers are asked to observe all photography guidelines as established by the NCAA. In addition, photographers should have their credentials clearly visible when shooting IUPUI events. ww Credentials & Parking Please contact Holdaway in the sports information office for media credentials at least 24 hours in advance of game day. Please limit requests to working media only. All media members wishing to attend road contests should contact the host institution regarding media policies. ww Press Services Game rosters and times for all participating teams will be available one hour prior to all home meets. Game notes are available upon request in advance of game day. Results will be available at the conclusion of meets and posted to the website immediately after. ww Interviews Head Coaches Chuck Koeppen and Antonio McDaniel and their staff members are available for interviews on an appointment-only basis. Personal interviews with the coach and student-athletes should be scheduled with the IUPUI Sports Information Office. Individual players are available for interviews MondayThursday, depending on their academic and athletic schedules. Please give at least 24-hour advance notice so that players can be contacted and arrangements can be made. Home/cell phone numbers for players and coaches will not be given out under any circumstances. The coaching staff and players will be available for postgame interviews following a short cooling off period.

Ed Holdaway Sports Information Director IUPUI, ‘01 Primary Contact for: M-Basketball, M/W-Cross Country, M/W-Golf, M/WSoccer, M/W Track & Field O: 317-274-2725 C: 317-908-2645 F: 317-274-0609 Email: eholdawa@iupui.edu Twitter: @EdHoldaway

John Berry Sports Information Director Miami (Ohio), ‘07 Primary Contact for: W-Basketball, Softball, M/W-Swimming & Diving, M/W-Tennis, Volleyball O: 317-278-3619 F: 317-274-0609 Email: jmberry@iupui.edu

ww Office Location The IUPUI Sports Information Office is located at 1000 Waterway Blvd., inside the IUPUI Athletics Building. The building is located just off Indiana Avenue between 11th and 16th Streets. Guests are asked to park in the visitor parking spaces on the east side of the building. The campus mailing address is WW1000. ww IUPUI on the Web The media can access all the latest IUPUI soccer news on the department’s website, www.IUPUIJags.com. The IUPUI Sports Information Office produces the website with the most up-to-date and extensive coverage of the Jags. Soccer information available on the IUPUI website includes stats, rosters, press releases, photos and notes.

ww Mailing Address IUPUI Sports Information Office 1000 Waterway Blvd. Indianapolis, IN 46202 Website: www.IUPUIJags.com Fax: 317-274-0609

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2011 Rosters wwMen’s Roster Name Mark Babbey Spencer Burgin Zach Burns Zane Cooperider David Dailey Ethan Davis Bill Digman Matt Farkas * Braden Gasper Joe Hoffman *** Ryan Kelly Cody Marowski * Dustin Neff * Pryce Ragains * Jordan Scroggs J.D. Smith ** Jeff Vibbert * Ricky Warren *** Nathan Westfall Austin Young *

Ht. 5-7 5-8 6-0 5-9 6-2 6-0 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-8 5-8 5-10 5-8 6-0 5-7 5-9 5-9 6-0 6-3 5-10

Cl. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So.

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Indianapolis, Ind./Guerin Catholic Atlanta, Ind./Hamilton Heights Cambridge City, Ind./Lincoln (IU East) West Lafayette, Ind./West Lafayette Michigan City, Ind./Michigan City Fortville, Ind./Mt. Vernon Muncie, Ind./Delta (Anderson University) Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence North (Gainesville State) North Vernon, Ind./Jennings County Frankfort, Ind./Clinton Prairie Zionsville, Ind./Zionsville Community Noblesville, Ind./Noblesville Westfield, Ind./Westfield (Grand Valley State) New Albany, Ind./New Albany Warsaw, Ind./Warsaw Carmel, Ind./Carmel Fishers, Ind./Fishers (Anderson University) Franklin, Ind./Franklin Community Vincennes, Ind./Vincennes Rivet Kokomo, Ind./Western

Head Coach: Chuck Koeppen (3rd season - Ball State, ‘68) Assistant Coach: Evan Fruits (2nd season - IUPUI, ‘10) Assistant Coach: Brandon Cole (2nd season - IUPUI, ‘07) Assistant Coach: Justin Roeder (1st season - Butler, ‘11)

wwWomen’s Roster Name Rebecca Downs ** Jordan Hanaway Taylor Jones Rebekah Jones * Chrissy Leslie * Mariana Lopez-Owens * Amy Mattingly Ana Paez *** Kaci Verkamp ** Emily Vetor Rachel Zajac **

Ht. 5-4 5-3 5-7 5-8 5-5 5-0 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-3 5-7

Cl. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr.

Chuck Koeppen Men’s Head Coach 3rd season

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Evan Fruits Men’s Asst. Coach 2nd season

Brandon Cole Men’s Asst. Coach 2nd season

wwRoster Breakdown

By Class Seniors (2): Hoffman, Warren Juniors (3): Digman, Smith, Vibbert Sophomores (6): Burns, Farkas, Marowski, Neff, Ragains, Young Freshmen (9): Babbey, Burgin, Cooperider, Dailey, Davis, Gasper, Kelly, Scroggs, Westfall

* denotes letters earned

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Fort Wayne, Ind./Carroll Hebron, Ind./Hebron West Lafayette, Ind./West Lafayette Cumberland, Ind./Warren Central Griffith, Ind./Griffith Indianapolis, Ind./North Central Chandler, Ind./Castle Granger, Ind./Elkhart Memorial St. Anthony, Ind./Forest Park Middletown, Ind./Shenandoah St. John, Ind./Lake Central

Head Coach: Antonio McDaniel (1st season - Indiana State, ‘07) Assistant Coach: Stephanie Greer (2nd season - IUPUI, ‘10)

wwRoster Breakdown

By Class Seniors (1): Paez Juniors (3): Downs, Verkamp, Zajac Sophomores (3): R. Jones, Leslie, Lopez-Owens Freshmen (4): Hanaway, T. Jones, Mattingly, Vetor

* denotes letters earned

Justin Roeder Men’s Asst. Coach 1st season

Antonio McDaniel Women’s Head Coach 1st season

Stephanie Greer Women’s Asst. Coach 2nd season

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Head Coaches chuck

Position: Men’s Head Coach Tenure: 3rd season Alma Mater: Ball State, ‘68

HC

Legendary former Carmel High School cross country and track coach Chuck Koeppen was named IUPUI’s third-ever men’s cross country coach in December 2008, replacing Scott Williams. Entering his third year in 2011, Koeppen’s hiring paid immediate dividends at the helm of the program as the Jaguars won the second meet of his IUPUI career. At the five-team IPFW Invitational on Sept. 12, the Jaguars outran the field and edged Summit League rival Oakland University by just three points for the program’s first title in nearly five years. Koeppen capped his first year by guiding IUPUI to a fourth-place finish at The Summit League Championships and seeing junior Joe Hoffman earn a First Team All-League ballot. His first recruiting class included the signings of four top in-state preps. Academically, Koeppen’s team also fared well, ranking among the department’s top teams in the classroom. Hoffman capped the individual accolades by earning the department’s Michael A. Carroll Scholarship. Koeppen spent 37 years as head coach of the Greyhounds, earning 23 IHSAA state titles at Carmel. His boys are girls teams finished among the top two in the state 39 times in his 37 year career and accounted for 60 sectional, 52 regional and 29 semi-state titles. Koeppen collected 11 boys and 11 girls state cross country crowns in addition to the boys state track & field title in 2000. The 2000 title was sealed, thanks to a 3,200 meter championship claimed by his son, Charlie. His boys and girls cross country teams swept the IHSAA cross country titles five different times, including his final season at the helm. His 1987 girls team still holds an IHSAA state record, winning the title with just 19 points and his 23 titles are the most by any head coach in all sports in Indiana high school history. Individually, Koeppen has coached five boys track & field champions and two girls state cross country champs. In addition, he’s coached numerous relay teams to state titles. Koeppen, a member of the IATCCC, Ball State Athletics and Valparaiso High School Halls of Fame, was named the 2000 National

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Track Coach of the Year after leading the Greyhounds to the state crown. Previously, he was named the National Cross Country Coach of the Year in 1982 when his Carmel squads swept their first-ever state titles. He is the Director and Co-Founder of the All-Star Cross Country Camp, held annually at Anderson University and known as the premier distance running camp in the Midwest. The camp attracts the best and brightest runners from throughout the region and boasts numerous former Olympians among its counselors and staff. The camp recently completed its 25th year in existence. He’s also a past President of the IATCCC and former Director of the Carmel Classic Track & Field Championships. At the time, the meet was the largest independently run summer track meet in United States. In 1978, he was Head Coach of the Indiana High School “All-Star” Track Team that went on to win the Midwest Meet of Champions for the first time ever. Koeppen’s personal running credentials are nearly equal to his coaching standards. He was a three-year letterwinner in track and cross country (freshmen were ineligible for varsity competition) at Ball State, where he earned his B.S. in 1968 and M.A. in 1973. He set new school records in the four mile cross country course and two-mile on the track and finished his BSU career with six distance records. He helped the Cardinals finish third in the Small College National Championships as a senior co-captain in 1968. He later qualified and ran in the 1972 Olympic Trials marathon in Eugene, Ore. and ran a 2-hour, 28-minute Boston Marathon that same year, finishing 37th overall. He was an eight-time Indiana Long Distance Runner of the Year and later the 1985 10K Sub-Master National Champion in a time of 31:37. The next year, he was the 2 Mile Masters National Champion in a time of 9:32.28 and the runner-up in 1987 at 9:34.25. Koeppen also raced for the Reebok Racing Club and adidas Racing Team. He began his coaching career at Daleville (Ind.) in 1968, guiding the cross country and track teams for one year before a three-year stint at Wapahani High School. While at Wapahani, he assisted the boys track team to the Delaware County crown, snapping Yorktown’s 20year string of titles. Koeppen and his wife Cathie reside in Carmel. The couple has four adult children.

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Position: Women’s Head Coach Tenure: 1st season Alma Mater: Indiana State, ‘07

Antonio (Tony) McDaniel took over as the fourth head coach in IUPUI women’s cross country history in June 2011 after a two-year stint as top assistant under Joni Sanders. In his first two years on staff, three IUPUI runners earned All-Summit League honors and the Jaguars made significant strides in the league standings. In 2010, McDaniel helped IUPUI to a fourth-place finish at The Summit League Championships, marking the program’s best league finish since 2003. The 2010 cross country season was highlighted by junior Ana Paez earning Second Team All-Summit League honors when she ran the second fastest 6K in school history. Additionally, sophomore Rachel Zajac posted two times among the 10 quickest 5K races in school history early in the season before being slowed by injury late in the year. During the spring track season, freshman Rebekah Jones and sophomore Kaci Verkamp showed vast improvements in times. The former ran an 18:23.96 5K at the Pacesetter Invitational in Terre Haute while

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the latter ended the spring on a high note at the Dave Rankin and Pacesetter Invites. McDaniel graduated from Indiana State in 2007 with a degree in Social Science Education. He was a four-year letterwinner for the Sycamores’ cross country team, including helping ISU to three straight conference crowns. Individually, he was an All-MVC performer in 2005 and Verizon Scholar Athlete in 2004. Over the course of his career, he also earned the team’s Most Improved and Leadership Award. At the conclusion of his careeer, he held the tenth fastest 8K time in program history. He also competed on the Indiana State track team throughout his career. McDaniel prepped at Indianapolis Pike High School and ran for Sanders his senior year. He was a three-year letterwinner in both track and cross country and capped his career with a Most Valuable Runner award. He was also named Most Improved while at Pike. In addition to his duties at IUPUI, McDaniel is an eighth grade social studies teacher at New Augusta North Middle School.

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Assistant Coaches evan

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Position: Men’s Assistant Coach Tenure: 2nd season Alma Mater: IUPUI, ‘10

Following an outstanding collegiate running career with the Jaguars, Evan Fruits enters his second season as an assistant coach on Chuck Koeppen’s staff in 2011. Fruits was a steady competitor and well recognized leader of the cross country program throughout his fouryear running career. He earned the team’s Leadership Award in each of his final two seasons and the Coach’s Award his senior season. He ran in 27 of 28 possible meets in his career and was consistently among the Jags’ top four. He notched a personal best 25:36.22 8K at the UE Invitational on Oct. 18, 2008 and ran a PR 10K time later that same season. Fruits was named IUPUI’s Most Valuable Freshman in 2006 after running among the team’s top five in five of seven meets. Academically, Fruits was a four-time Academic All-League choice and was named to the Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence each of his final three seasons. In addition, he was on IUPUI’s Academic Advisor’s List all eight semesters of his career and named among the university’s Top 100 students his junior and senior years. He also served as the Vice President of the IUPUI Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) in 2009-10. The Whiteland, Ind.-native earned his degree from the Kelley School of Business in 2010 with a degree in finance. He’s currently a Fund Accountant for Huntington Asset Services in Indianapolis.

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Position: Men’s Assistant Coach Tenure: 2nd season Alma Mater: IUPUI, ‘07

Former IUPUI standout Brandon Cole is in his second season under Head Coach Chuck Koeppen as an assistant coach. Cole was a four-year letterwinner for the Jaguars from 200307, including earning three All-Conference accolades during his career. The Indianapolis-native earned First Team All Mid-Con honors in 2004 before running to back-to-back All-Conference honors in 2005 and 2006. The 2004 Jaguars finished second in the Mid-Con, remaining the program’s best-ever conference finish in school history. During his collegiate career, Cole also served as a team captain and was the team leader on the IUPUI Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). He earned his degree in 2007 from the School of Physical Education & Tourism Management and will complete his master’s degree in December 2011. In addition, Cole is a program director at Camptown, Inc., which is a non-profit that provides outdoor adventure activities for youths.

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stephanie

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Position: Women’s Assistant Coach Tenure: 2nd season Alma Mater: IUPUI, ‘10

Former IUPUI student-athlete Stephanie Greer enters her second year on the women’s cross country staff, moving up to lead assistant for the 2011 season. Greer completed a threeyear IUPUI golf career and earned her degree in exercise science. Greer finished her IUPUI career ranked fourth on the golf program’s career list in stroke average (85.35) and tied for eighth in rounds played at 57. The Franklin, Ind.-native began her collegiate career at Indiana University where she was a member of both the cross country and track teams. She ran in four events as a sophomore in 2006, turning in a season-best 5K time of 18:34.8 at the Indiana Intercollegiates. As a freshman, her best mile time was 5:05.76 at the Hoosier Relays while she recorded a team-best 9:52.28 3K at the Penn Relays. Greer prepped at Roncalli High School where she was pegged the 2005 Marion County Female Athlete of the Year. She placed seventh at the IHSAA State Cross Country Meet and was a top 20 finisher at the Mideast Meet of Champions. In track, she finished ninth in the 3,200m run and also helped Roncalli qualify for the IHSAA State Golf Championships. Academically, Greer was a three-time Academic All-Conference pick while at IUPUI and was on the Academic Advisor’s List all six semesters. She capped her career by being named an Academic All-Summit League Distinguished Scholar Student-Athlete in 2010. In addition, she was heavily involved with the IUPUI Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, including serving as SAAC President her senior year.

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Position: Men’s Assistant Coach Tenure: 1st season Alma Mater: Butler, ‘11

Former Butler standout Justin Roeder is in his first year as an assistant coach under Chuck Koeppen in 201112. Roeder was a two-time Horizon League champion in the 5,000m run in outdoor track and won the 10,000m race in spring 2009. He’s currently pursuing a Master’s degree on the IUPUI campus. He completed his B.S. in Physical Education from Butler in May 2011 while competing in cross country and indoor and outdoor track & field. He qualified for the NCAA Men’s Cross Country Meet his freshman year and was later named the team’s Mental Attitude Award Recipient. He was on the Athletic Director’s Academic Honors list all four years of his career and was an All-Region performer in cross country in 2008. He presently is completing an internship with IU Health Sports Performance in Carmel where he works with athletes at varying levels in improving speed, power, agility and flexibility. Specifically, he’s worked with athletes from nearby Hamilton Southeastern High School, the University of Indianapolis and at IU Health Sports Performance’s private setting. He’s also a longtime counselor at Koeppen’s All-Star Cross Country Camp, helping mentor runners of all levels improve during the summers.

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Class: Senior Ht.: 5-foot-8 Hometown: Frankfort, Ind. High School: Clinton Prairie

ww2010-11 - Redshirt: Earned the Michael A. Carroll Scholarship for his senior year, awarding him up to a full grant-in-aid, based on characteristics of leadership, a commitment to community service and academic prowess... was honored with the Jaguars Athletics Club Academic Achievement Award winner after the season, given annually to the top academic performing senior... named team tri-captain... missed the entire season after suffering an injury before the start of the school year... named to the Academic Advisor’s List following both semesters. ww2009-10 - Junior: Named IUPUI’s Team MVP and was picked the Most Improved Runner for the second consecutive season... earned First Team All-Summit League honors, finishing seventh in the 8K race in a time of 25:50.30... ran in all seven meets and was IUPUI’s top finisher three times... ran a team season-best 8K at the Notre Dame Invitational on Oct. 2, posting a time of 25:36, missing his personal record by five seconds... notched the seventh fastest 10K in school history with a 33:10.39 at the Great Lakes Regional Meet on Nov. 14... placed fourth of 58 runners overall as the Jaguars won the IPFW Invitational on Sept. 12... was an Academic All-District nominee... selected to The Summit League’s Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence... named to the IUPUI Academic Advisor’s List both semesters... named to the Fall Academic All-Summit League team... chosen to IUPUI’s Top 100 students. ww2008-09 - Sophomore: Named IUPUI’s Most Improved Runner... Academic All-Region nominee... competed in all seven races, running in the Jags top three five times... ran a personal best 25:31.0 8K at The Summit League Championships on Nov. 1... his time was the 11th fastest 8K in IUPUI history... notched his best ever 10K with a season ending 34:43.8 at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet on Nov. 15... was IUPUI’s No 2 runner in three different races... chosen to The Summit League Commissioner’s List for Academic Excellence... Academic All-Summit League honoree... named to the Academic Advisor’s List both semesters. ww2007-08 - Freshman: Finished among IUPUI’s top five in all seven meets his rookie year... ran a season-best 26:42.80 8K at the Indiana State Pre-Nationals Meet on Oct. 13... was the Jaguars’ No. 4 runner in each of his first two career races... finished 18th overall at the WIU Early Bird Invitational on Aug. 31 and at the IU Invitational on Sept. 8... chosen Academic All-Summit League... named to the Academic Advisor’s List both semesters. wwHigh School: Earned 11 varsity letters in cross country, track and basketball at Clinton Prairie High School... was a four-time All-Conference and All-County cross country runner... was a three-time All-Sectional performer... earned Team MVP honors as a junior and senior... won the Clinton County title his senior season... on the track, qualified for the state meet in the 1,600m run as a junior... was a high school teammate of former IUPUI runner Jesse Cacy.

zzHoffman Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2007)

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WIU Early Bird (8K) IU Invitational (8K) Indiana Intercollegiates (8K) Notre Dame Invitational (8K) Indiana State Pre-Nationals (8K) Summit League Championships (8K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K)

8/31 9/8 9/14 9/28 10/13 10/27 11/10

27:29.00 28:23.00 27:14.01 27:26.00 26:42.80 27:05.00 34:56.75

4/18 4/18 5/82 5/146 4/242 5/38 5/161

UD Flyer Invitational (5K) Bradley Invitational (8K) Indiana Intercollegiates (8K) Notre Dame Invitational (8K) UE Invitational (8K) Summit League Championships (8K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K)

8/30 9/12 9/19 10/3 10/18 11/1 11/15

16:13 26:57 26:50 26:04 25:58.22 25:31.0 34:43.8

2/32 4/13 3/38 2/48 5/49 2/18 3/133

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (8K) Indiana Intercollegiates (8K) Notre Dame Invitational (8K) ISU Pre-Nationals Meet (8K) Summit League Championships (8K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K)

9/5 9/12 9/18 10/2 10/17 10/31 11/14

15:42 25:56.65 25:54.0 25:36 26:25.8 25:50.30 33:10.39

4/20 2/4 2/18 1/30 3/203 1/7

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Junior (2009)

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ricky

Class: Senior Ht.: 6-foot Hometown: Franklin, Ind. High School: Franklin Comm.

ww2010-11 - Junior: Ran in all seven meets, providing a consistent No. 3 runner for the Jaguars... ran a personal record 8K time of 25:10.28 at the UE Invitational on Oct. 16, marking the seventh fastest time in school history... previously had run a personal record 8K time of 25:11.67 at the IPFW Invitational on Sept. 11... ran the 13th fastest 10K in school history on Nov. 13 when he finished the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet in a time of 33:17.94 on Nov. 13... was an Academic All-Summit League honoree... earned a spot on The Summit League’s Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence... named to the Academic Advisor’s List following both semesters. ww2009-10 - Sophomore: Ran in all seven meets, including running among IUPUI’s top five five times... notched a season-best 8K time at the Notre Dame Invitational on Oct. 2, crossing at 26:09... ran a career-best 10K at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet on Nov. 14, finishing in a time of 34:26.18... was IUPUI’s No. 4 runner at both Notre Dame and at the ISU Pre-Nationals Meet... selected to The Summit League’s Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence... named to the IUPUI Academic Advisor’s List both semesters... named to the Fall Academic All-Summit League team. ww2008-09 - Freshman: Shared the team’s Top Newcomer award with Alex Cardwell... ran in all seven meets... provided the lineup with a consistent No. 4 runner, finishing fourth in four of the seven entries... ran a personal best 25:45.33 8K at the UE Invitational on Oct. 18... notched a personal record 34:59.1 at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet on Nov. 15... was IUPUI’s No. 3 finisher at the Bradley Invitational on Sept. 12... Academic All-Summit League honoree... named to the Academic Advisor’s List for the fall semester. wwHigh School: Was a Second Team Class 3A-4A All-State pick following his senior season... helped Franklin to sectional and regional titles and a spot in the state championship meet in 2007... finished 26th at the state meet, helping Franklin to a fifth-place finish... was an Honorable Mention All-State pick as a sophomore and junior... was an All-Sectional performer in 2005 and 2006 and an All-Regional finisher in 2006.

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zzWarren Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2008)

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UD Flyer Invitational (5K) Bradley Invitational (8K) Indiana Intercollegiates (8K) Notre Dame Invitational (8K) UE Invitational (8K) Summit League Championships (8K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K)

8/30 9/12 9/19 10/3 10/18 11/1 11/15

16:42 26:29 26:53 26:30 25:45.33 27:13.6 34:59.1

7/57 3/12 4/41 4/82 4/35 6/43 4/144

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (8K) Indiana Intercollegiates (8K) Notre Dame Invitational (8K) ISU Pre-Nationals Meet (8K) Summit League Championships (8K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K)

9/5 9/12 9/18 10/2 10/17 10/31 11/14

15:54 26:48.50 26:50.8 26:09 26:28.6 27:59.50 34:26.18

5/24 6/12 5/39 4/55 4/205 7/42 5/139

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (8K) Indiana Intercollegiates (8K) Notre Dame Invitational (8K) UE Invitational (8K) Summit League Championships NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K)

9/4 9/11 9/17 10/1 10/16 10/30 11/13

16:03 5/39 25:11.67 3/9 26:26.60 3/34 26:05 3/47 25:10.28 3/7 26:14.2 4/31 33:17.94 3/134 PR’s shaded

Sophomore (2009)

Junior (2010)

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j.d.

Class: Junior Ht.: 5-foot-9 Hometown: Carmel, Ind. High School: Carmel

ww2011-12 - Junior: Elected as one of two SAAC Community Service Officers during the previous spring. ww2010-11 - Sophomore: Ran in all seven meets and was IUPUI’s No. 2 runner six different times... earned Second Team All-Summit League honors with 13th place finish at the championship meet at Northview Christian Church in Carmel on Oct. 30... finished that race in a time of 25:22.9... named IUPUI’s Most Improved Runner at the year end banquet... ran a personal record 8K time of 24:52.40 at the UE Invitational on Oct. 16, marking the third quickest time in school history... earlier became just the second runner in school history to eclipse the 25-minute mark in the 8K with a 24:59.81 finish at the IPFW Invitational on Sept. 11... notched a personal record 32:35.69 10K at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet on Nov. 13, marking the fourth fastest time in school history... was an Academic All-Summit League honoree... earned a spot on The Summit League’s Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence... named to the Academic Advisor’s List following both semesters. ww2009-10 - Freshman: Picked as the team’s Top Newcomer as a freshman... ran in all seven meets, finishing among IUPUI’s top five five different times... was among IUPUI’s top three in the zzSmith Race-by-Race Results final four meets of the season... ran his quickest 8K of the season Meet (Dist.) Date Time Place/Tm. at the Notre Dame Invitational on Oct. 2, posting a time Freshman (2009) of 26:01... notched a time of 34:26.18 in his first collegiate 10K Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) 9/5 16:25 8/45 at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet on Nov. 14... named IPFW Invitational (8K) 9/12 26:16.03 5/9 to the IUPUI Academic Advisor’s List both semesters... named to the Fall AcaIndiana Intercollegiates (8K) 9/18 27:21.6 7/58 Notre Dame Invitational (8K) 10/2 26:01 3/50 demic All-Summit League team. 10/17 26:18.5 2/199 wwHigh School: Was a four-year letterwinner in both cross country and track ISU Pre-Nationals Meet (8K) 2/19 and field at Carmel High School... helped the Greyhounds to four top five finish- Summit League Championships (8K) 10/31 26:24.00 NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K) 11/14 34:08.17 3/125 es at the IHSAA State Meet, including a team title in 2008... CHS totaled three Sophomore (2010) sectional and regional titles, one semistate title, and back-to-back Metropolitan Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) 9/4 15:39 2/18 Interscholastic Conference (MIC) titles during Smith’s career... the ‘Hounds IPFW Invitational (8K) 9/11 24:59.81 2/8 also captured three Hamilton County titles during his four seasons... was an Indiana Intercollegiates (8K) 9/17 26:07.90 2/26 All-State performer as a senior after finishing 15th at the state meet in a time Notre Dame Invitational (8K) 10/1 26:16 4/56 of 15:57.40... also named Honorable Mention Academic All-State and was a UE Invitational (8K) 10/16 24:52.40 2/4 two-time Honorable Mention All-State honoree... was a three-time All-Sectional, Summit League Championships 10/30 25:22.9 2/13 11/13 32:35.69 2/99 two-time All-Regional and an All-Semistate performer as a senior... two-time All- NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K) PR’s shaded County and an All-MIC honoree his senior year... helped the track team to four straight Hamilton County and sectional crowns, as well as two regional crowns... was All-State in the 4x800 and All-Sectional in the 1600m... was All-MIC his junior year and two-time All-County honoree… was a member of the state champion 4x800 relay team at the Hoosier State Relays on the indoor track and was later the 2009 DMR champion... participant on the 4x800 team that won IHSAA sectional, regional, and state titles his senior year… also named Honorable Mention Academic All-State… co-captain of both the cross-country and track teams during his senior year… was a two-time USATF All-American in the javelin and two-time Indiana USATF Youth Athlete of the Year... academically, was a member of the National Honor Society for two years.

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matt Class: Sophomore Ht.: 5-foot-11 Hometown: Indianapolis, Ind. High School: Lawrence North Previous: Gainesville State ww2010-11 - Redshirt: Attended Gainesville State College in Gainesville, Ga., but did not run. ww2009-10 - Freshman: Ran in five of IUPUI’s seven meets... clocked his best 8K time at the Notre Dame Invitational on Oct. 2, finishing at 27:25... was the Jaguars’ No. 7 runner at both Notre Dame and at the ISU Pre-Nationals Meet on Oct. 17. wwHigh School: Earned six varsity letters in cross country and track while at Lawrence North High School... was a two-time All-Sectional performer in both cross country and track... earned All-Marion Country honors in cross country his senior year... named MVP in cross country and track in 2008... helped LNHS win the Brebeuf Sectional Meet his junior year.

zzFarkas Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2009)

Date

Time

9/5 9/12 9/18 10/2 10/17 10/31 11/14

16:42 9/52 27:26.79 9/20 28:14.8 Open 27:25 7/119 27:43.7 7/230 did not run did not run

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (8K) Indiana Intercollegiates (8K) Notre Dame Invitational (8K) ISU Pre-Nationals Meet (8K) Summit League Championships (8K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K)

Place/Tm.

PR’s shaded

cody

Class: Sophomore Ht.: 5-foot-10 Hometown: Noblesville, Ind. High School: Noblesville

ww2010-11 - Freshman: Ran in all seven meets and was among the Jaguars’ top five runners three times... shared the team’s Top Newcomer Award with Dustin Neff... ran a personal best 8K time of 25:25.27 at the IPFW Invitational on Sept. 11... turned in a time of 34:43.68 in his first collegiate NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet on Nov. 13 as the Jaguars’ No. 4 runner... was IUPUI’s No. 4 runner at the IPFW Invitational and NCAA Great Lakes Regional... named to IUPUI’s Academic Advisor’s List following the spring semester. wwHigh School: Earned eight varsity letters in cross country and track at Noblesville High School... was a three-time state competitor in cross country... was an All-Regional performer in 2009 and earned All-Conference honors in 2007... served as Noblesville’s team captain in both cross country and track his senior year... was twice named the team’s Most Valuable Distance Runner during the track season... qualified for the IHSAA State Track Meet... career best 5K time was 15:46 and his best 3,200m time was 9:35.

zzMarowski Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2010)

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (8K) Indiana Intercollegiates (8K) Notre Dame Invitational (8K) UE Invitational (8K) Summit League Championships (8K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K)

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Date

Time

9/4 9/11 9/17 10/1 10/16 10/30 11/13

16:10 25:25.27 28:20.80 27:20 26:00.41 27:40.8 34:43.68

Place/Tm. 6/43 4/12 7/106 7/96 5/17 7/58 4/184

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dustin Class: Sophomore Ht.: 5-foot-8 Hometown: Westfield, Ind. High School: Westfield Previous: Grand Valley State ww2010-11 - Freshman: Was the top freshman finisher at the championship meet at Northview Christian Church in Carmel on Oct. 30... placed 23rd overall in a time of 25:58.2... shared the team’s Top Newcomer Award with Cody Marowski...ran in all seven meets and among IUPUI’s top five six times... ran a personal best 8K time of 25:18.31 at the UE Invitational on Oct. 16, marking the 12th fastest 8K in school history... turned in a time of 34:49.29 in his first collegiate 10K at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional on Nov. 13... was an Academic All-Summit League Distinguished Scholar... named to the Academic Advisor’s List following both semesters. ww2009-10 - Redshirt: Did not compete during either cross country or track season for the Lakers. wwHigh School: Earned six varsity letters in cross country and track at Westfield High School... was a two-time All-Hoosier Crossroads Conference performer... was a two-time All-Sectional runner and an All-Regional honoree in 2008... on the track, was an All-HCC runner his senior season... his fastest track times were 2:04 in the 800m, 4:30 in the 1600m, 9:33 in the 3200m and 15:54 in the 5K.

zzNeff Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2010)

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (8K) Indiana Intercollegiates (8K) Notre Dame Invitational (8K) UE Invitational (8K) Summit League Championships (8K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K)

Date

Time

9/4 9/11 9/17 10/1 10/16 10/30 11/13

15:52 25:35.33 26:53.70 26:25 25:18.31 25:58.2 34:49.29

Place/Tm. 3/27 6/15 5/52 5/61 4/9 3/23 5/185

PR’s shaded

pryce

Class: Sophomore Ht.: 6-foot Hometown: New Albany, Ind. High School: New Albany

ww2010-11 - Freshman: Ran in five of the team’s seven meets during the fall season... turned in a season-best 8K time of 26:44.80 at the IPFW Invitational on Sept. 11... didn’t participate in the final two meets of the season... was an Academic All-Summit League Distinguished Scholar... named to the Academic Advisor’s List

following both semesters. wwHigh School: Earned eight varsity letters in cross country and track while at New Albany High School... was a three-time regional qualifier, earning the distinction his final three seasons... also qualified for the Semi-State Meet in 2009... was First Team AllHoosier Hills Conference his senior year... helped New Albany qualify for the IHSAA State Meet as a junior and senior... the Bulldogs won the 2009 HHC Championship... graduated with an Academic Honors Diploma.

zzRagains Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2010)

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (8K) Indiana Intercollegiates (8K) Notre Dame Invitational (8K) UE Invitational (8K) Summit League Championships (8K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K)

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Date

Time

9/4 9/11 9/17 10/1 10/16 10/30 11/13

17:00 9/79 26:44.80 10/30 28:02.30 Open 28:08 9/111 27:11.27 9/60 did not run did not run

Place/Tm.

PR’s shaded

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jeff Class: Junior Ht.: 5-foot-9 Hometown: Fishers, Ind. High School: Fishers Previous: Anderson ww2010-11 - Sophomore: Ran in all seven meets including two open races... was among IUPUI’s top seven finishers in the final three races of the year... posted a season-best 8K time of 26:32.55 at the UE Invitational on Oct. 16... turned in a time of 36:14.46 in his first collegiate 10K at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet on Nov. 13... was the Jaguars’ No. 6 finisher at The Summit League Meet on Oct. 30, finishing in a time of 27:06.0... was an Academic All-Summit League honoree... named to the Academic Advisor’s List for the fall semester. ww2009-10 - Freshman (Anderson): Was an Honorable Mention All-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) performer, placing 20th at the championship meet in Cincinnati... placed 101st overall in the Division III National Championship meet, helping AU to a 13th place finish... also ran track while at AU. wwHigh School: Earned six varsity letters in cross country and track at Fishers High School... served as co-captain for both teams his senior year... earned the Tiger Leadership Award in cross country... was a member of Fishers’ 2007 IHSAA State Championship team... helped Fishers to a fifth-place finish at the state meet his senior year.

zzVibbert Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Sophomore (2010)

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (8K) Indiana Intercollegiates (8K) Notre Dame Invitational (8K) UE Invitational (8K) Summit League Championships (8K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K)

Date

Time

9/4 9/11 9/17 10/1 10/16 10/30 11/13

16:37 26:49.53 28:15.40 27:52 26:32.55 27:06.0 36:14.46

Place/Tm. 8/64 11/31 Open Open 7/39 6/46 7/204

PR’s shaded

austin

Class: Sophomore Ht.: 5-foot-10 Hometown: Kokomo, Ind. High School: Western

ww2010-11 - Freshman: Ran in six of the team’s seven meets during the fall... turned in his fastest 8K of the year in his collegiate debut, running the IPFW Invitational in a time of 26:10.83 on Sept. 11... was the Jaguars’ No. 5 runner at the Summit League Championship Meet on Oct. 30, finishing in a time of 26:56.7... notched a time of 34:57.29 in his first collegiate 10K at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet on Nov. 13... was an Academic All-Summit League Distinguished Scholar... named to the Academic Advisor’s List following both semesters. wwHigh School: Earned eight varsity letters in cross country and track at Western High School... won the Howard County and MIC Conference Championship with a time of 16:27 his senior year... was the Howard County and MIC Conference champ in the 3,200m run on the track... later qualified for the IHSAA State Meet in that same event... earned All-State honors on the indoor track by finishing eighth in the 3,200m at the Hoosier State Relays... was a threetime All-MIC performer and two-time New Prairie Semi-State Meet qualifier in cross country... capped his career by earning Team MVP honors in cross country and Most Valuable Distance Runner Award in track... ran career best times of 4:32 in the 1600m and 9:41 in the 3200m.

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zzYoung Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2010)

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (8K) Indiana Intercollegiates (8K) Notre Dame Invitational (8K) UE Invitational (8K) Summit League Championships (8K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (10K)

Date

Time

9/4 9/11 9/17 10/1 10/16 10/30 11/13

did not run 26:10.83 8/22 27:51.10 Open 27:50 8/106 26:22.22 6/31 26:56.7 5/42 34:57.29 6/187

Place/Tm.

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mark

Class: Freshman Ht.: 5-foot-7 Hometown: Indianapolis, Ind. High School: Guerin Catholic

wwHigh School: Was a four-year letterwinner in both cross country and track at Guerin Catholic High School... was an IATCCC Cross Country AllState performer his senior year for 1A-2A schools... earned Honorable Mention All-State from IATCCC in track his senior season... served as cross country team captain his senior year... his prep personal record time was 15:59 in the 5K... was a four-time Guerin Honors Scholar.

spencer

Class: Freshman Ht.: 5-foot-8 Hometown: Atlanta, Ind. High School: Hamilton Heights

wwHigh School: Earned six varsity letters in cross country and track at Hamilton Heights High School... named his high school’s Male Athlete of the Year his senior year... served as team captain for both cross country and track his junior and senior years... was a two-time All-Mid-Indiana Conference cross country honoree... won the conference crown in the 1,600m as a junior... qualified for regionals in cross country and earned All-Hamilton County honors... won the Culver Closed Invite title and owned a personal record time of 15:57... holds Hamilton Heights’ 1600m record at 4:19... academically was on the A/B Honor Roll throughout his prep career.

zach

zane

Class: Sophomore Ht.: 6-foot Hometown: Cambridge City, Ind. High School: Lincoln Previous: IU East

ww2010-11 - Redshirt: Did not run. ww2009-10 - Freshman (IU East): Was IU East’s first-ever cross country runner to qualify for NAIA National Championships... placed 172nd at NAIA National Championships on Nov. 21 in Vancouver, Wash.... qualified for NAIA National Championships with 12th-place finish at NAIA National Championships Qualifying Meet on Nov. 6 in Nashville, Tenn.... was second among KIAC runners at NAIA National Championships Qualifying Meet... first IU East men’s cross country runner named to All-KIAC team... set school record with 8K time of 26:35 at Wilmington College Invitational on Oct. 16... earned highest individual placing for any IU East cross country runner with fourth-place finish at Earlham College Invitational on Oct. 3... fourtime KIAC Runner of the Week honoree... first-ever IU East men’s cross country runner to earn KIAC Runner of the Week honors. wwHigh School: Was a three-time IHSAA track and field regional qualifier. … Qualified for IHSAA state track and field meet in the 800… four-time all-conference cross country runner… four-year IHSAA regional qualifier in cross country… tree-year IHSAA semistate qualifier in cross country… made one appearance in IHSAA cross country state finals.

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Class: Freshman Ht.: 5-foot-9 Hometown: West Lafayette, Ind. High School: West Lafayette

wwHigh School: First Team 3A-4A All-State performer according to IATCCC his senior season... was runner-up at the Harrison Sectional and Regioanl Meets his senior year before finishing sixth at the New Prairie Semistate Meet... capped his prep career with a 16:14.3 time at the IHSAA State Meet, placing 34th overall... ran a PR 15:51.20 5K at the Culver Academies Invitational, ranking as the second fastest time in school history... was a Second Team All-State runner his junior year and honorable mention pick his sophomore season... was a four-time All-Conference and All-Sectional selection and three-time All-Sectional and All-Regional finisher... ran in the state meet in three of his four seasons... was a member of the school record holding DMR team in 2010... owns the fifth-fastest 3,200m time in West Lafayette’s history at 9:42.03.

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david

Class: Freshman Ht.: 6-foot-2 Hometown: Michigan City, Ind. High School: Michigan City

wwHigh School: Earned seven varsity letters in cross country and track at Michigan City High School... was Team MVP in both cross and track in 2010-11... named Michigan City’s Social Studies Student of the Year his junior and senior years.

Class: Freshman Ht.: 6-foot Hometown: Fortville, Ind. High School: Mt. Vernon

wwHigh School: Earned six varsity letters in cross country, track & field and football while at Mt. Vernon High School... didn’t begin running cross country until his junior season... earned Team MVP honors and was county champion and All-Conference his senior season... was an all-sectional, allregional and all semi-state performer... ran a 5K PR of 16:17.17 at the Marion Invitational on Sept. 4, placing fourth overall... set Mt. Vernon’s indoor records in the 4x800 and DMR and outdoor 4x800... was part of a 4x800 team that won the county, conference and sectional crowns and qualified for state... was a regional finalist in the 1,600 and 800... was a member of the StudentAthlete Council (SAC) and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA).

bill

braden

Class: Junior Ht.: 5-foot-10 Hometown: Muncie, Ind. High School: Delta Previous: Anderson

ww2010-11 - Redshirt: Attended IUPUI but did not compete. ww2009-10 - Sophomore (Anderson): Ran cross country and track at Anderson University... earned AllConference honors after placing 9th in the HCAC... had an 8K personal best time of 26:32 at the Notre Dame Invitational... earned All-Conference honors in the steeplechase in the track season, finishing third overall. ww2008-09 - Freshman (Wabash College): Ran cross country and track at Wabash College... posted a personal best 26:33 8K... had a 15:42 personal best time in the 5K during track season... best steeplechase time was 9:44 during track. wwHigh School: Earned three varsity letters in both cross country and track and field at Delta High School... helped Delta to back-toback sectional and regional titles his junior and senior years... qualified for regionals in the 1,600m run once and in the 3,200m run twice in his prep career.

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ethan

Class: Freshman Ht.: 5-foot-10 Hometown: North Vernon, Ind. High School: Jennings County

wwHigh School: Earned 10 varsity letters in cross country, track and basketball while at Jennings County High School... earned All-Conference and All-Area in cross country his senior season... was also an All-Area performer in track his senior year... named Honorable Mention All-Conference in track as a junior... earned Team MVP in cross country, track and basketball his final campaign... holds a 5K PR time of 16:36, mile of 4:29 and 800 of 2:00... was a member of the National Honor Society and was a high honors student.

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ryan

Class: Freshman Ht.: 5-foot-8 Hometown: Zionsville, Ind. High School: Zionsville Comm.

wwHigh School: Earned seven varsity letters in cross country and track while at Zionsville Community High School... earned All-Conference, All-Sectional and All-Regional honors in cross country his senior year... served as team co-captain... ran a 5K PR time of 15:44... holds the school’s 3,200m indoor record with a time of 9:43... was named an Eagle Scholar Athlete his senior year.

jordan

Class: Freshman Ht.: 5-foot-7 Hometown: Warsaw, Ind. High School: Warsaw

wwHigh School: Earned eight varsity letters in cross country and track while at Warsaw Community High School... earned All-Northern Lakes Conference accolades... helped Warsaw to three straight Semi-State appearances, including once qualifying as an individual...in track, qualified for regionals in the 3,200m run twice... helped the Tigers capture the 2011 Kokomo Regional title in track... was a four-time Scholar Athlete.

nathan

Class: Freshman Ht.: 6-foot-3 Hometown: Vincennes, Ind. High School: Vincennes Rivet

wwHigh School: Earned 12 varsity letters in cross country, track, basketball and soccer at Vincennes Rivet High School... named Third Team 1A-2A All-State his senior year... was a four-time Blue Chip All-Conference performer in cross country and three-time semi-state qualifier... helped Rivet to back-to-back regionals... was an honorable mention All-State selection his junior year... ran a personal best 15:54 5K... was a two-time Blue Chip All-Conference runner in track and won a sectional title in at least one event all four seasons... was a state qualifier in the 1,600m run... won sectionals his senior year in the 800 and was runner-up in the 1,600... was a three-year member of the National Honor Society... was SADD Vice President.

The 2011 IUPUI coaching staff of (from l-r) Brandon Cole, Evan Fruits, Chuck Koeppen and Justin Roeder all have in-state running ties

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Team Photos

Front row (l-r): Dustin Neff, Zane Cooperider, Jeff Vibbert, Braden Gasper, Mark Babbey, Cody Marowski, Ricky Warren, Ryan Kelly, Joe Hoffman, Austin Young and Jordan Scroggs. Back row (l-r): Assistant Coach Justin Roeder, Assistant Coach Brandon Cole, J.D. Smith, Ethan Davis, David Dailey, Nathan Westfall, Pryce Ragains, Matt Farkas, Zach Burns, Spencer Burgin, Assistant Coach Evan Fruits, Head Coach Chuck Koeppen.

Front row (l-r): Ana Paez, Jordan Hanaway, Emily Vetor, Chrissy Leslie, Rebecca Downs, Amy Mattingly, Mariana Lopez-Owens. Back row (l-r): Assistant Coach Stephanie Greer, Kaci Verkamp, Allie McGraw, Taylor Jones, Rebekah Jones, Rachel Zajac, Head Coach Antonio McDaniel.

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ana

Class: Senior Ht.: 5-foot-4 Hometown: Granger, Ind. High School: Elkhart Memorial

ww2010-11 - Junior: Named IUPUI’s Most Valuable Runner... ran in all seven meets and was IUPUI’s top finisher in the final three races of the season... earned Second Team All-Summit League honors with a 14th-place finish at the championship meet at Northview Christian Church in Carmel on Oct. 30... finished that race with a personal record 6K time of 22:00.9, missing the IUPUI school record by fewer than two seconds... ran her fastest 5K of the season with a 18:32.22 posting at the IPFW Invitational on Sept. 11, placing third overall... her time was the 13th fastest 5K in school history... her 22:16.1 6K at the Falcon Invite on Oct. 16 was the fourth fastest finish in school history... earned a top 10 finish at that meet, placing ninth overall... was an Academic All-Summit League honoree... named to the Academic Advisor’s List both semesters. ww2009-10 - Sophomore: Named the team’s Co-MVP, sharing the honor with Brittney McDuffee... earned First Team All-Summit League honors by placing seventh in the championship meet on Oct. 31 in Cedar City, Utah... finished the 6K race in a time of 22:46.70, becoming the Jaguars’ first first teamer since the 2003 season (Lyndsey Emerson)... her 6K time was the 13th fastest in school history... competed in all seven races, leading the Jaguars to the finish line four times... was among the Jaguars’ top three in all seven meets... ran a team season-best 5K time of 18:29 at the Notre Dame Invitational on Oct. 2, marking the 10th best time in school history... her 18:48 5K at the season opening Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge on Sept. 5 was the 13th fastest in school history... named to the IUPUI Academic Advisor’s List for the spring semester. ww2008-09 - Freshman: Picked as the team’s Top Newcomer... emerged as IUPUI’s No. 2 runner over the course of the season... turned in a personal best 18:25.91 5K at the UE Invitational on Oct. 18, marking the eighth quickest time in school history... ran the fourth fastest 6K in school history at The Summit League Championships on Nov. 1, crossing in a time of 22:30.6... her time was the fourth best in program history... closed the year as IUPUI’s top finisher at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet on Nov. 15, finishing at 22:45.1... that time was the tenth fastest in IUPUI history. wwHigh School: Earned eight varsity letters in cross country and track at Elkhart Memorial High School... named Team MVP her final three seasons... was a two-time All-Conference selection... named Honorable Mention All-State by the IATCCC in 2006... qualified for the regional and semistate meets each of her final three years... on the track, was a member of her high school’s record setting 4x800-meter relay team.

zzPaez Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2008)

Date

Time

UD Flyer Invitational (5K) Bradley Invitational (5K) Indiana Intercollegiates (5K) Notre Dame Invitational (5K) UE Invitational (5K) Summit League Championships (6K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (6K)

8/30 9/12 9/19 10/3 10/18 11/1 11/15

20:45 19:33 20:27 18:59 18:25.91 22:30.6 22:45.1

4/58 2/9 3/59 2/78 2/15 2/26 1/65

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (5K) Indiana Intercollegiates (5K) Notre Dame Invitational (5K) ISU Pre-Nationals Meet (6K) Summit League Championships (6K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (6K)

9/5 9/12 9/18 10/2 10/17 10/31 11/14

18:48 19:04.87 19:59.5 18:29 23:11.3 22:46.70 23:52.38

1/10 1/3 2/54 1/24 3/37 1/7

3/146

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (5K) Indiana Intercollegiates (5K) Notre Dame Invitational (5K) Falcon Invite (6K) Summit League Championships (6K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (6K)

9/4 9/11 9/17 10/2 10/16 10/31 11/13

19:14 18:32.22 20:09.80 18:50 22:16.1 22:00.9 22:49.18

2/27 2/3 5/78 3/43 1/9 1/14 1/105

Sophomore (2009)

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rebecca

Class: Junior Ht.: 5-foot-9 Hometown: Fort Wayne, Ind. High School: Carroll

ww2010-11 - Sophomore: Competed in all seven meets during the fall, running among IUPUI’s top five five times... named the team’s Most Improved Runner... ran a 5K PR in her hometown of Fort Wayne on Sept. 11, finishing the IPFW Invitational in a time of 19:07.39... was IUPUI’s No. 3 runner and 11th overall at that meet... posted a personal record 6K time of 23:26.4 at The Summit League Championships on Oct. 30 at Northview Church in Carmel... was also IUPUI’s No. 3 runner at the Indiana Intercollegiates on Sept. 17... was an Academic All-Summit League Distinguished Scholar... earned a spot on The Summit League’s Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence... named to the Academic Advisor’s List both semesters. ww2009-10 - Freshman: Ran in all seven of IUPUI’s meets, running among the Jaguars’ scoring five three times... Fort Waynenative ran a season-best 5K in her home city on Sept. 12, finishing at 20:01.81 at the IPFW Invitational... notched her best 6K time of the season at the ISU Pre-Nationals Meet on Oct. 17, posting a time of 24:32.7... was IUPUI’s No. 3 runner at the IPFW Invite and Indiana Intercollegiates on Sept. 18... was the Jags’ No. 4 at The Summit League Championships... named to the IUPUI Academic Advisor’s List both semesters... named to the Fall Academic AllSummit League team. wwHigh School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Fort Wayne Carroll, helping them qualify for the IHSAA State Meet all four years... was a member of four sectional and regional champs and the 2007 squad that won the New Haven Semistate... the Chargers finished third in the state her junior season... was an Honorable Mention Academic All-State pick by the IATCCC as a senior... three-time All-Sectional and four-year All-Conference performer... was First Team All-Conference her final two seasons... was AllRegional as a freshman, finishing 14th in a time of 15:46.3... was fifth in the Northrop Sectional as a junior in a time of 19:43.

zzDowns Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2009)

Date

Time

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (5K) Indiana Intercollegiates (5K) Notre Dame Invitational (5K) ISU Pre-Nationals Meet (6K) Summit League Championships (6K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (6K)

9/5 9/12 9/18 10/2 10/17 10/31 11/14

20:17 20:01.81 20:16.5 20:23 24:32.7 25:17.00 24:50.21

7/62 3/9 3/61 8/135 6/86 4/42 6/192

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (5K) Indiana Intercollegiates (5K) Notre Dame Invitational (5K) Falcon Invite (6K) Summit League Championships (6K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (6K)

9/4 9/11 9/17 10/2 10/16 10/31 11/13

19:39 19:07.39 19:36.90 19:49 23:55.3 23:26.4 24:15.54

4/37 3/11 3/57 6/105 5/81 5/44 6/184

Sophomore (2010)

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PR’s shaded

Place/Tm.

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kaci

Class: Junior Ht.: 5-foot-5 Hometown: St. Anthony, Ind. High School: Forest Park

ww2010-11 - Sophomore: Ran in all seven meets, placing among IUPUI’s top five four times... ran a personal record 19:39.26 5K at the IPFW Invitational on Sept. 11 as IUPUI’s No. 5 runner, placing 16th overall... turned in a 6K PR time of 23:27.3 at the Falcon Invitational on Oct. 16, placing 64th overall... was IUPUI’s No. 4 runner at the Indiana Intercollegiates on Sept. 17 and Falcon Invite on Oct. 16... was an Academic All-Summit League Distinguished Scholar... earned a spot on The Summit League’s Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence... named to the Academic Advisor’s List both semesters. ww2009-10 - Freshman: Ran in all seven of the Jaguars meets, placing among the team’s top five four times... was IUPUI’s No. 4 runner on three different occasions... ran a season-best 5K time of 19:52 at the Notre Dame Invitational on Oct. 2... turned her fastest 6K time of 24:12.3 at the ISU Pre-Nationals Meet on Oct. 17... was the Jaguars’ No. 5 runner at The Summit League Championship Meet on Oct. 31... named to the IUPUI Academic Advisor’s List both semesters... named to the Fall Academic AllSummit League team. wwHigh School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Forest Park High School, earning three Team MVP awards... two-time First Team All-Pocket Athletic Conference performer... won the Blue Chip Conference Meet in 2006... qualified for the IHSAA State Meet as an individual as a senior, earning Second Team All-State honors for 1A/2A schools from the IATCCC... was Honorable Mention All-State as a junior... named Forest Park’s Most Improved Runner her sophomore year... earned the team’s Mental Attitude Award her senior year... holds the girls 5K record at her home course at Forest Park... qualified for the state meet in track in 2009 in the 4x800 relay... was the valedictorian of her senior class, graduating with a perfect 4.0 grade point average.

zzVerkamp Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2009)

Date

Time

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (5K) Indiana Intercollegiates (5K) Notre Dame Invitational (5K) ISU Pre-Nationals Meet (6K) Summit League Championships (6K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (6K)

9/5 9/12 9/18 10/2 10/17 10/31 11/14

20:15 20:29.75 20:20.9 19:52 24:12.3 25:20.40 25:01.69

6/60 8/19 4/64 4/102 4/74 5/44 7/197

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (5K) Indiana Intercollegiates (5K) Notre Dame Invitational (5K) Falcon Invite (6K) Summit League Championships (6K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (6K)

9/4 9/11 9/17 10/2 10/16 10/30 11/13

19:47 19:39.26 19:52.00 20:12 23:27.3 23:27.7 24:27.20

5/42 5/16 4/68 7/121 4/64 6/45 7/189

BOLD JAGUARS

Sophomore (2010)

PR’s shaded

Place/Tm.

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rachel

Class: Junior Ht.: 5-foot-7 Hometown: St. John, Ind. High School: Lake Central

ww2011-12 - Junior: Elected IUPUI SAAC Vice-President during the spring. ww2010-11 - Sophomore: Ran in six of the team’s seven meets and was IUPUI’s top finisher in the first four races of the year... was voted the team’s Mental Attitude Award winner by her teammates... ran the eighth fastest 5K in school history at the IPFW Invitational on Sept. 11, crossing in a personal best time of 18:25.05... finished second overall at that meet... later ran the 10th fastest 5K in school history at the Notre Dame Invitational on Oct. 1, finishing in 18:26... turned in a gutty performance at The Summit League Championships on Oct. 30 as IUPUI’s No. 7 runner, after missing nearly a month to injury... was an Academic All-Summit League Distinguished Scholar... earned a spot on The Summit League’s Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence... named to the Academic Advisor’s List both semesters. ww2009-10 - Freshman: Earned the team’s Top Newcomer following her first campaign... ran in all seven of the team’s meets, finishing among the Jaguars’ top three five times... recorded a personal record 5K time of 19:18 at the Notre Dame Invitational on Oct. 2... had her season-best 6K time of 23:02.3 at the ISU PreNationals Meet on Oct. 17... was IUPUI’s No. 2 runner at both the ISU Pre-Nationals and NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet on Nov. 14... named to the IUPUI Academic Advisor’s List both semesters... named to the Fall Academic All-Summit League team. wwHigh School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Lake Central High School, helping them to back-to-back state runner-up finishes as a junior and senior... was a two-time All-Conference and AllSemistate performer... earned First Team All-State honors from the ICGSA her final two seasons... placed 24th at the state meet as a senior, earning Class 5A Third Team All-State from the IATCCC and Academic All-State honors... was Lake Central’s Most Improved as a junior and Mental Attitude Award winner as a senior... academically, was a member of the National Honor Society and graduated among the top 10 percent of her class. zzZajac Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2009)

Date

Time

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (5K) Indiana Intercollegiates (5K) Notre Dame Invitational (5K) ISU Pre-Nationals Meet (6K) Summit League Championships (6K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (6K)

9/5 9/12 9/18 10/2 10/17 10/31 11/14

19:33 20:24.74 20:53.0 19:18 23:02.3 24:21.10 23:47.70

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (5K) Indiana Intercollegiates (5K) Notre Dame Invitational (5K) Falcon Invite (6K) Summit League Championships (6K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (6K)

9/4 9/11 9/17 10/2 10/16 10/31 11/13

18:56 1/20 18:25.05 1/2 19:00.60 1/32 18:26 1/18 did not run 23:32.6 7/47 23:20.21 3/142

Sophomore (2010)

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Place/Tm. 3/32 6/16 9/118 3/73 2/26 3/30 2/142

PR’s shaded

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rebekah

Class: Sophomore Ht.: 5-foot-8 Hometown: Cumberland, Ind. High School: Warren Central

ww2010-11 - Freshman: Ran in all seven meets during the fall season... earned the team’s Top Newcomer Award... emerged late in the season, running among the Jaguars’ top three in the final three meets of the year... was the Jaguars’ No. 2 runner at the season ending NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet on Nov. 13... recorded her fastest 5K of the season at the Notre Dame Invitational on Oct. 1, covering the course in a time of 19:31... ran a season-best 22:54.3 6K at The Summit League Championship Meet at Northview Church in Carmel on Oct. 30. wwHigh School: Was an All-Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference (MIC) performer in cross country as a senior... also earned All-Sectional, All-Regional and All-Marion County honors... posted a personal best 19:23 5K at the Harrison Invitational... received the Set-A-Good Example Award... during the 2010 spring indoor season, she qualified for the Hoosier State Relays in the 3,200m and 4x800 relay... notched a personal best time of 11:37 in the 3,200m... outdoors, earned All-Sectional, All-Regional and All-County honors, running mostly 1,600 and 3,200 meter races... posted a personal outdoor best of 11:44.

zzJones Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2010)

Date

Time

9/4 9/11 9/17 10/2 10/16 10/31 11/13

20:32 20:19.06 20:53.40 19:31 23:06.3 22:54.3 23:13.56

Date

Time

Place/Tm.

9/4 9/11 9/17 10/2 10/16 10/31 11/13

did not run did not run 23:30.90 Open 23:36 Open did not run did not run did not run

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (5K) Indiana Intercollegiates (5K) Notre Dame Invitational (5K) Falcon Invite (6K) Summit League Championships (6K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (6K)

Place/Tm.

PR’s shaded

7/68 7/23 9/103 4/87 3/46 3/32 2/135

chrissy

Class: Sophomore Ht.: 5-foot-5 Hometown: Griffith, Ind. High School: Griffith

ww2010-11 - Freshman: Ran in two meets during the fall, both in open races... notched her fastest 5K of the year when she finished the Indiana Intercollegiates Open Race in a time of 23:30.90... was an Academic All-Summit League honoree... named to the Academic Advisor’s List both semesters. wwHigh School: Earned varsity letters in cross country, track and swimming at Griffith High School... was an All-Sectional and All-Regional performer both as a junior and senior... was a two-time Team MVP and earned consecutive First Team All-Northwest Crossroads Conference honors... ran a personal best time of 19:43... was an Academic All-Conference selection her senior year... earned the track team’s Best Mental Attitude Award in 2008... was the swimming team’s Rookie of the Year her freshman season... graduated in the top 15 percent of her class... was on the A-B honor roll throughout her high school career.

BOLD JAGUARS

zzLeslie Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2010)

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (5K) Indiana Intercollegiates (5K) Notre Dame Invitational (5K) Falcon Invite (6K) Summit League Championships (6K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (6K)

PR’s shaded

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mariana

Class: Sophomore Ht.: 5-foot Hometown: Indianapolis, Ind. High School: North Central

ww2011-12 - Sophomore: Elected one of two SAAC Community Service Officers during the spring. ww2010-11 - Freshman: Ran in all seven meets during the fall season... was among IUPUI’s top six in all seven meets, including finishing in the No. 4 spot at The Summit League Championships on Oct. 30... finished the 6K race in a personal record time of 23:10.3, placing 37th overall... notched her fastest 5K of the season on Oct. 1 when she finished the Notre Dame Invitational in a time of 19:40... was an Academic All-Summit League honoree...named to the Academic Advisor’s List for the fall semester. wwHigh School: Earned seven varsity letters in cross country and track while at North Central High School... captained both the cross country and track teams her senior year... earned All-Sectional and All-Regional honors her senior year... also was an All-County selection... helped North Central to a sectional title her senior year... ran a personal best time of 19:30... was a three-time Academic All-Conference performer... was an All-Sectional runner in track her senior year... named a U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Student-Athlete her final year... was on the high honor roll her final three years and earned the NC Pride Award as a junior and senior... graduated with an Academic Honors Diploma.

zzLopez-Owens Race-by-Race Results Meet (Dist.) Freshman (2010)

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge (5K) IPFW Invitational (5K) Indiana Intercollegiates (5K) Notre Dame Invitational (5K) Falcon Invite (6K) Summit League Championships (6K) NCAA Great Lakes Regional (6K)

Date

Time

9/4 9/11 9/17 10/2 10/16 10/31 11/13

20:18 20:03.84 20:23.30 19:40 24:03.2 23:10.3 23:56.88

Place/Tm. 6/62 6/21 6/83 5/97 6/87 4/37 5/170

PR’s shaded

(left) 2010 seniors Alex Louden and Brittney McDuffee were recognized at the team banquet last season while (above) Ana Paez was awarded Team MVP by former Head Coach Joni Sanders.

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jordan

Class: Freshman Ht.: 5-foot-3 Hometown: Hebron, Ind. High School: Hebron

wwHigh School: Was a fourtime All-Conference performer in cross country while at Hebron... qualified for regionals three times and semi-state twice... also a three-time regional qualifier in track... holds Hebron’s school records in the 5K, running a 19:10 at the Highland Invitational her senior year... earned Second Team 1A-2A AllState honors her senior season... academically was on the ‘A’ honor roll throughout her career.

amy

Class: Freshman Ht.: 5-foot-3 Hometown: Chandler, Ind. High School: Castle

wwHigh School: Was a four-year letterwinner in soccer and track at Castle High School... named Castle’s Top Female Athlete her senior year... competed in the 2008, 2010 and 2011 IHSAA State Track Meets... qualified in the 1,600m as a freshman and 3,200m and 4x800 relay as a junior... ran in the 3,200m race as a senior... was a four-time winner of the Kiwanis Mental Attitude Award - twice in soccer and twice in track... was a 2010 Academic All-State honoree and the Top Team Player in soccer... helped the Castle soccer team to a state semifinals appearance in 2010... was Castle’s nominee for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award... was also nominated for the State Track Mental Attitude Award... named the Heart of Champions award winner... member of the National Honor Society and BPA President.

BOLD JAGUARS

taylor

Class: Freshman Ht.: 5-foot-7 Hometown: West Lafayette, Ind. High School: West Lafayette

wwHigh School: Named Second Team 3A-4A All-State by the IATCCA her senior year... was a two-time AllHoosier Conference, All-Sectional and All-Regional performer in cross country... was the 2010 Hoosier Conference individual champion... helped West Lafayette to a third-place finish at the 2010 IHSAA State Meet, placing 55th individually at 19:43... ran her best time of the season with a 19:20.4 5K at the Culver Academies Invitational on Sept. 25, 2010... was a Third Team All-State honoree after her junior year... was a two-time team captain.

emily

Class: R-Freshman Ht.: 5-foot-3 Hometown: Middletown, Ind. High School: Shenandoah

ww2010-11 - Redshirt: Attended IUPUI but did not run cross country. wwHigh School: Earned 13 varsity letters in cross country, basketball, tennis and cheerleading at Shenandoah High School... was a three-time All-Sectional and once an All-Regional performer... qualified for three regional and one semi-state meet... was a fourtime All-Conference runner... helped Shenandoah to back-to-back conference titles her junior and senior years... twice named her team’s Most Valuable Runner... was on the A-B honor roll all four years.

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2010 Results

Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge September 4, 2010 Kettering, Ohio ww 5K/5K WOMEN MEN Name (##) Time Name (##) Rachel Zajac (20th) 18:56 Aaron Kremer (6th) Ana Paez (27th) 19:14 J.D. Smith (18th) Brittney McDuffee (28th) 19:15 Dustin Neff (27th) Rebecca Downs (37th) 19:39 Chase Kaufman (31st) Kaci Verkamp (42nd) 19:47 Ricky Warren (39th) Mariana Lopez-Owens (62nd) 20:18 Cody Marowski (43rd) Rebekah Jones (68th) 20:32 Nick Berry (46th) Allie McGraw (72nd) 20:38 Jeff Vibbert (64th) Pryce Ragains (79th) 3rd of 6 w/ a score of 95 166 runners total

3rd of 5 w/ a score of 85 139 runners total

IPFW Invitational September 11, 2010 Fort Wayne, Ind. ww 5K/8K WOMEN MEN Name (##) Time Name (##) Rachel Zajac (2nd) 18:25.05 Aaron Kremer (5th) Ana Paez (3rd) 18:32.22 J.D. Smith (8th) Rebecca Downs (11th) 19:07.39 Ricky Warren (9th) Brittney McDuffee (13th) 19:23.80 Cody Marowski (12th) Kaci Verkamp (16th) 19:39.26 Chase Kaufman (14th) Mariana Lopez-Owens (21st) 20:03.84 Dustin Neff (15th) Rebekah Jones (23rd) 20:19.06 Nick Berry (18th) Allie McGraw (26th) 20:33.23 Austin Young (22nd) Alex Louden (27th) 20:50.95 Tucker Settle (27th) Pryce Ragains (30th) Jeff Vibbert (31st) 2nd of 4 w/ a score of 44 34 runners total

Time 15:19 15:39 15:52 15:56 16:03 16:10 16:11 16:37 17:00

Time 24:32.57 24:59.81 25:11.67 25:25.27 25:31.96 25:35.33 25:47.10 26:10.83 26:38.14 26:44.80 26:49.53

2nd of 5 w/ a score of 45 46 runners total

Indiana Intercollegiates September 17, 2010 West Lafayette, Ind. ww 5K/8K WOMEN MEN Name (##) Time Name (##) Time Rachel Zajac (32nd) 19:00.60 Aaron Kremer (22nd) 25:52.40 Brittney McDuffee (45th) 19:14.70 J.D. Smith (26th) 26:07.90 Rebecca Downs (57th) 19:36.90 Ricky Warren (34th) 26:26.60 Kaci Verkamp (68th) 19:52.00 Chase Kaufman (39th) 26:34.70 Ana Paez (78th) 20:09.80 Dustin Neff (52nd) 26:53.70 Mariana Lopez-Owens (83rd) 20:23.30 Nick Berry (69th) 27:22.90 Allie McGraw (85th) 20:24.90 Cody Marowski (106th) 28:20.80 Alex Louden (99th) 20:48.40 *Austin Young (19th) 27:51.10 Rebekah Jones (103rd) 20:53.40 *Pryce Ragains (21st) 28:02.30 *Chrissy Leslie (50th) 23:30.90 *Jeff Vibbert (23rd) 28:15.40 *Tucker Settle (37th) 29:15.90 8th of 20 w/ a score of 249 5th of 22 w/ a score of 168 179 runners total 185 runners Notre Dame Invitational October 1, 2010 South Bend, Ind. ww 5K/8K WOMEN MEN Name (##) Time Name (##) Rachel Zajac (18th) 18:26 Aaron Kremer (6th) Brittney McDuffee (24th) 18:36 Chase Kaufman (33rd) Ana Paez (43rd) 18:50 Ricky Warren (47th) Rebekah Jones (87th) 19:31 J.D. Smith (56th) Mariana Lopez-Owens (97th) 19:40 Dustin Neff (61st) Rebecca Downs (105th) 19:49 Nick Berry (92nd) Kaci Verkamp (121st) 20:12 Cody Marowski (96th) Alex Louden (132nd) 20:31 Austin Young (106th) Allie McGraw (145th) 21:21 Pryce Ragains (111th) *Chrissy Leslie (68th) 23:36 *Jeff Vibbert (37th) *Tucker Settle (45th) 11th of 19 w/ a score of 263 9th of 16 w/ a score of 193 161 runners total 137 runners total

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Time 25:17 25:51 26:05 26:16 26:25 27:16 27:20 27:50 28:08 27:52

Falcon Invite UE Invitational October 16,2010 October 16, 2010 Bowling Green, Ohio ww 6K Evansville, Ind. ww 8K WOMEN MEN Name (##) Time Name (##) Time Ana Paez (9th) 22:16.1 Aaron Kremer (3rd) 24:44.43 Brittney McDuffee (39th) 22:58.0 J.D. Smith (4th) 24:52.40 Rebekah Jones (46th) 23:06.3 Ricky Warren (7th) 25:10.28 Kaci Verkamp (64th) 23:27.3 Dustin Neff (9th) 25:18.31 Rebecca Downs (81st) 23:55.3 Cody Marowski (17th) 26:00.41 Mariana Lopez-Owens (87th) 24:03.2 Austin Young (31st) 26:22.22 Alex Louden (96th) 24:09.4 Jeff Vibbert (39th) 26:32.55 Allie McGraw (125th) 25:28.4 Nick Berry (49th) 26:54.12 Pryce Ragains (60th) 27:11.27 Tucker Settle (66th) 27:17.98 8th of 17 w/ a score of 209 2nd of 13 w/ a score of 36 177 runners total 144 runners total Summit League Championships October 30, 2010 Carmel, Ind. ww 6K/8K WOMEN MEN Name (##) Time Name (##) Ana Paez (14th) 22:00.9 Aaron Kremer (6th) Brittney McDuffee (27th) 22:44.4 J.D. Smith (13th) Rebekah Jones (32nd) 22:54.3 Dustin Neff (23rd) Mariana Lopez-Owens (37th) 23:10.3 Ricky Warren (31st) Rebecca Downs (44th) 23:26.4 Austin Young (42nd) Kaci Verkamp (45th) 23:27.7 Jeff Vibbert (46th) Rachel Zajac (47th) 23:32.6 Cody Marowski (58th) Alex Louden (62nd) 24:27.7 Nick Berry (69th) 5th of 10 w/ a score of 148 74 runners total

4th of 10 w/ a score of 112 74 runners total

NCAA Great Lakes Regional Nov. 13, 2010 Rochester, Mich. ww 6K/10K WOMEN MEN Name (##) Time Name (##) Ana Paez (105th) 22:49.18 Aaron Kremer (93rd) Rebekah Jones (135th) 23:13.56 J.D. Smith (99th) Rachel Zajac (142nd) 23:20.21 Ricky Warren (134th) Brittney McDuffee (146th) 23:22.40 Cody Marowski (184th) Mariana Lopez-Owens (170th) 23:56.88 Dustin Neff (185th) Rebecca Downs (184th) 24:15.54 Austin Young (187th) Kaci Verkamp (189th) 24:27.20 Jeff Vibbert (204th) 23rd of 33 w/ a score of 692 231 runners total

Time 25:03.9 25:22.9 25:58.2 26:14.2 26:56.7 27:06.0 27:40.8 29:43.5

Time 32:29.93 32:35.69 33:17.94 34:43.68 34:49.29 34:57.29 36:14.46

24th of 31 w/ a score of 695 216 runners total

Head Coach Chuck Koeppen’s Jaguars took second at the 2010 UE Invitational, falling three points shy of champion Marshall.

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All-Time Letterwinners

Agnew

Cacy

Cole

Dinges

Fruits

Hopper

Kremer

Meachem

Reuter

Lantz

Murdock

Schmitt

Simon

Tolan

Wheeler

Men’s Runners wwAA Agnew, Julien wwBB Berry, Nick Bush, Greg wwCC Cacy, Jesse Cardwell, Alex Cole, Brandon wwDD Dinges, Nate wwEE Evans, Brock wwFF Farkas, Matt Frank, Ryan Fruits, Evan Fullerton, Dustin wwGG Gloyeske, Adam Gloyeske, Brad wwHH Hoffman, Joe Hopper, Ryan Hunt, Jonathan wwJJ Johnson, Jared wwKK Kaufman, Chase Kinley, Matt Kremer, Aaron wwLL Lantz, Josh LeClair, Clint Longworth, John wwMM McCarty, Matt Meacham, Dean Moore, Shawn Marowski, Cody Murdock, Jason wwNN Neff, Dustin Nuppnau, Kevin wwPP Payne, Richard Payne, Robert Proctor, Tyler Purdy, John wwRR Ragains, Pryce Rahil, Rabah Reuter, Justin Riessen, Colin Rusie, Kyle wwSS Schmitt Matt Schwartz, Kyle Scott, Kyle Settle, Tucker Simon, Russell Smith, J.D. Stage, Kevin Stegman, Tyler Summerlot, Steven wwTT Tolan, Jeremy wwUU Urbanik, Mike wwVV Vibbert, Jeff wwWW Warren, Ricky Wheeler, Brad Williams, Matt Wilson, Andy wwYY Young, Austin

BOLD JAGUARS

1997, 98, 99, 00 2009, 10 2005 2005, 06, 07, 08 2008 2003, 04, 05, 06 2000, 01, 02, 03 1998, 99, 00 2009 2000 2006, 07, 08, 09 2005 2008, 09 2008, 09 2007, 08, 09 2001, 02, 03, 04 1999 1999 2009, 10 2002, 03, 04 2007, 08, 09, 10 2001, 02, 03, 04 1997, 98 1998, 99 2004 2002, 03, 04, 05 2002, 03, 04 2010 1999, 00, 01, 02 2010 2007 1997, 98 1997 2009 2005, 06 2010 2003, 04 2003, 04, 06, 07 2006 2007 1998, 99, 00, 01 2009 2004, 05, 06 2010 1998, 99, 00, 01 2009, 10 2001 2008 1997, 98 1999, 00, 01, 02 2002, 03 2010 2008, 09, 10 2004, 05, 06, 07 2001 2008, 09 2010

Women’s Runners wwAA Aavang, Deanne wwBB Beal, Krista Bennett, Stephanie Braun, Jenny wwCC Clements, Annie wwDD Davis, Jessica Davis, Tiffany Denham, Michelle Deskin, Whitney Diveley, Kendall Donges, Meredith Downs, Rebecca wwEE Emerson, Lyndsey wwFF Flynn, Megan Frederick, Lyla Fruits, Leann Furge, Jenny wwGG Getts, Alisha Gill, Jennifer Groover, Ashley wwHH Holmes, Julianna Hughes, Micael wwJJ Jamicich, Jennie Jones, Andrea Jones, Rebekah wwKK Knight, Amy Komanec, Sarah Krouse, Julie wwLL Landess, Jackie LeClair, Crystal Leraris, Christine Leslie, Chrissy Lieland, Jessica Lopez-Owens, Mariana Louden, Alex wwMM McDuffee, Brittney McGraw, Allie Miller, Raquel Moran, Mandy wwNN Neitzel, Shelley Norris, Lindsey wwPP Paez, Ana Patrick, Tyffany Pochop, Liz Polston, Jessica Poremski, Rachel wwRR Rex, Lacy Rich, Courtney wwSS Shike, Amanda wwTT Tielking, Alissa wwVV Van Vuren, Erin Verkamp, Kaci Vickery-Swalley, Erin wwWW Walsh, Lindsy Ward, Erin Warner, Jordan Weihert, Natalie Williams, Michelle wwZZ Zajac, Rachel

1999, 00, 01, 02 2008, 09 1998 2004, 05, 06, 07 1999 1999 2009 2004 2006 2005 1997 2009, 10

Aavang

Braun

Emerson

Jamicich

Jones

Landess

Louden

McDuffee

2000, 01, 02, 03 2003, 04 2001, 02 2008, 09 2002, 03 2005 1998, 99 2001 1998 2001 2006, 07, 08, 09 2000, 01, 02, 03 2010 1999 2004, 05, 06 2006, 07, 08 1998, 99, 00, 01 1997 2006 2010 2001, 02 2010 2007, 08, 09, 10 2007, 08, 09, 10 2008, 09, 10 2001, 02, 03 1998 1998, 99, 00 1997

Vickery-Swalley

2008, 09, 10 2007 2006 2007, 08 2005 2001, 02 2006 2004, 05, 06 2003, 04 2001 2009, 10 2001, 02, 03, 04 2004, 05 1999, 00 2008, 09 2002, 03, 04 2007, 08, 09 2009, 10

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All-Time Accolades

wwMid-Continent Conference Newcomer of the Year

Mid-Continent Conference Newcomer of the Year 2000 Lyndsey Emerson

wwAll Mid-Continent Conference/Summit League

wwAll Mid-Continent Conference/Summit League

2003 2001 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2010

Rabah Rahil

Matt Schmitt (1st) Brandon Cole (1st), Brad Wheeler (1st), Ryan Hopper (2nd) Brad Wheeler (1st), Brandon Cole (2nd) Brad Wheeler (1st), Brandon Cole (2nd) Brad Wheeler (1st), Aaron Kremer (1st) Joe Hoffman (1st) Aaron Kremer (1st), J.D. Smith (2nd)

wwAcademic All Mid-Con/Summit

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Julien Agnew, Ryan Frank, Jason Murdock, Russell Simon Russell Simon Jason Murdock Dean Meacham, Shawn Moore Shawn Moore Kyle Scott, Brad Wheeler Jesse Cacy, Evan Fruits, Justin Reuter Jesse Cacy, Evan Fruits, Joe Hoffman, Aaron Kremer, Kevin Nuppnau Alex Cardwell, Evan Fruits, Brad Gloyeske, Joe Hoffman Aaron Kremer, Ricky Warren Nick Berry, Evan Fruits, Adam Gloyeske, Brad Gloyeske, Joe Hoffman, Chase Kaufman, Aaron Kremer, Tyler Proctor, Kyle Schwartz, J.D. Smith, Ricky Warren Nick Berry, Chase Kaufman, Aaron Kremer, Dustin Neff, Pryce Ragains, J.D. Smith, Jeff Vibbert, Ricky Warren, Austin Young

wwMid-Con/Summit Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Kyle Scott Justin Reuter Evan Fruits Evan Fruits, Joe Hoffman, Aaron Kremer Evan Fruits, Joe Hoffman, Aaron Kremer, Ricky Warren Chase Kaufman, Aaron Kremer, J.D. Smith, Ricky Warren

wwMid-Con/Summit League Conference Runner of the Week

9-24-01 Matt Schmitt 9-15-04 Brad Wheeler 9-29-04 Brad Wheeler 9-19-06 Colin Riessen 9-5-07 Brad Wheeler 10-21-08 Aaron Kremer 9-21-10 Aaron Kremer

wwIUPUI Top 100 Students

2001 2002 2003 2009 2010 2011

Julien Agnew, Russell Simon Jason Murdock, Russell Simon Jason Murdock Evan Fruits Evan Fruits, Joe Hoffman Chase Kaufman

wwChi Alpha Sigma National Honor Society

2001 2005

Russell Simon, Jason Murdock Shawn Moore

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2008 2009 2010

Lyndsey Emerson (1st) Lyndsey Emerson (1st) Lyndsey Emerson (1st) Lyndsey Emerson (1st) Lindsy Walsh (2nd) Lindsy Walsh (2nd) Brittney McDuffee (2nd) Ana Paez (1st), Brittney McDuffee (2nd) Ana Paez (2nd)

wwAcademic All Mid-Con/Summit

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Deanne Aavang, Jackie Landess Deanne Aavang, Jackie Landess Deanne Aavang, Lyla Frederick, Raquel Miller, Lacy Rex Erin Vickery-Swalley Raquel Miller, Erin Vickery-Swalley, Natalie Weihert Megan Flynn, Erin Vickery-Swalley Jenny Braun, Kendall Diveley, Alisha Getts, Sarah Komanec, Rachel Poremski, Amanda Shike Jenny Braun, Jennie Jamicich, Sarah Komanec, Julie Krouse, Liz Pochop Jenny Braun, Jennie Jamicich, Julie Krouse, Brittney McDuffee, Jessica Polston, Michelle Williams Krista Beal, Leann Fruits, Jennie Jamicich, Julie Krouse Brittney McDuffee, Allie McGraw, Jordan Warner, Michelle Williams Krista Beal, Rebecca Downs, Leann Fruits, Jennie Jamicich, Brittney McDuffee, Allie McGraw, Kaci Verkamp, Jordan Warner, Michelle Williams, Rachel Zajac Rebecca Downs, Chrissy Leslie, Mariana Lopez-Owens, Brittney McDuffee, Ana Paez, Kaci Verkamp, Rachel Zajac

wwMid-Con/Summit Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Jenny Braun Jenny Braun, Sarah Komanec, Julie Krouse Jenny Braun, Jennie Jamicich, Julie Krouse Jennie Jamicich, Julie Krouse, Michelle Williams Krista Beal, Jennie Jamicich, Brittney McDuffee, Michelle Williams Rebecca Downs, Brittney McDuffee, Kaci Verkamp, Rachel Zajac

wwMid-Continent Conference Runner of the Week

9-5-00 Lyndsey Emerson 10-17-00 Lyndsey Emerson 9-16-02 Lyndsey Emerson 9-30-02 Lyndsey Emerson wwAcademic All-America

2001-02 Jackie Landess (3rd team) wwAcademic All-District

2001-02 Jackie Landess (1st team) wwIUPUI Top 100 Students

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Jackie Landess Jackie Landess Deanne Aavang, Jackie Landess Deanne Aavang Raquel Miller Erin Vickery-Swalley

wwChi Alpha Sigma National Honor Society

2002 2007

Deanne Aavang Sarah Komanec

Brad Wheeler (left) was a four-time First Team AllConference performer during his IUPUI career.

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All-Time Best Times wwMen’s 8K Records

Name

1.) Aaron Kremer 2.) Aaron Kremer 3.) J.D. Smith 4.) J.D. Smith 5.) Aaron Kremer 6.) Brad Wheeler 7.) Ricky Warren 8.) Ricky Warren 9.) Aaron Kremer 10.) Brad Wheeler 11.) Aaron Kremer 12.) Dustin Neff 13.) Matt Schmitt 14.) Ryan Hopper 15.) Brad Wheeler

Time

24:32.57 24:44.43 24:52.40 24:59.81 25:03.9 25:08.47 25:10.28 25:11.67 25:11.99 25:14.6 25:17 25:18.31 25:18.56 25:20.37 25:22.3

wwMen’s 10K Records

Name

1.) Brad Wheeler 2.) Brad Wheeler 3.) Aaron Kremer 4.) J.D. Smith 5.) Brad Wheeler 6.) Ryan Hopper 7.) Matt Schmitt 8.) Rabah Rahil 9.) Joe Hoffman 10.) Brandon Cole 11.) Matt Schmitt 12.) Russell Simon 13.) Ricky Warren 14.) Jeremy Tolan 15.) Aaron Kremer

Time

32:00.0 32:24.04 32:29.93 32:35.69 32:39.44 32:41.4 32:56.7 33:08.8 33:10.39 33:13.4 33:16.80 33:17.5 33:17.94 33:22.2 33:23.98

wwWomen’s 5K Records

Name

1.) Lyndsey Emerson 2.) Raquel Miller 3.) Brittney McDuffee 4.) Lyndsey Emerson 5.) Jackie Landess 6.) Brittney McDuffee 7.) Jackie Landess 8.) Rachel Zajac 9.) Ana Paez 10.) Rachel Zajac 11.) Lyndsey Emerson 12.) Ana Paez 13.) Ana Paez 14.) Brittney McDuffee 15.) Lyndsey Emerson

Time

18:05 18:10.6 18:16 18:16.0 18:18.2 18:22.19 18:23.6 18:25.05 18:25.91 18:26 18:26.16 18:29 18:32.22 18:36 18:40

wwWomen’s 6K Records

Name

1.) Brittney McDuffee 2.) Ana Paez 3.) Lyndsey Emerson 4.) Ana Paez 5.) Brittney McDuffee 6.) Lyndsey Emerson 7.) Ana Paez 8.) Lyndsey Emerson 9.) Lyndsey Emerson 10.) Lyndsey Emerson 11.) Lindsy Walsh 12.) Brittney McDuffee 13.) Lyndsey Emerson 14.) Brittney McDuffee 15.) Ana Paez

Time

21:59.2 22:00.9 22:14.80 22:16.1 22:24.85 22:29.90 22:30.6 22:31 22:36.2 22:36.53 22:38.1 22:39.1 22:40.48 22:44.4 22:45.1

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Date

9-11-10 10-16-10 10-16-10 9-11-10 10-30-10 9-10-04 10-16-10 9-11-10 10-18-08 10-13-07 10-1-10 10-16-10 10-16-98 9-10-04 10-14-06

Date

11-13-04 11-11-06 11-13-10 11-13-10 11-10-07 11-13-04 11-10-01 11-15-03 11-14-09 11-13-04 11-13-99 11-10-01 11-13-10 11-16-02 11-10-07

Date

10-28-00 9-17-01 10-3-08 9-17-01 10-31-98 10-18-08 9-17-01 9-11-10 10-18-08 10-1-10 10-14-00 10-2-09 9-11-10 10-1-10 9-12-03

Date

11-1-08 10-30-10 9-27-02 10-16-10 11-14-09 10-4-03 11-1-08 11-2-02 11-10-01 9-27-03 11-13-04 11-17-09 11-1-03 10-30-10 11-15-08

Meet IPFW Invitational UE Invitational UE Invitational IPFW Invitational Summit League Championships Bradley Invitational UE Invitational IPFW Invitational UE Invitational Indiana State Pre-Nationals Notre Dame Invitational UE Invitational Indiana Intercollegiates at Purdue Bradley Invitational Indiana State Pre-Nationals Meet

NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Meet

Meet

Aaron Kremer (above) set a new IUPUI 8K record in 2010, running the IPFW Invitational in a time of 24:32.57.

Mid-Con Championships Indiana Intercollegiates Notre Dame Invitational Indiana Intercollegiates Mid-Con Championships UE Invitational Indiana Intercollegiates IPFW Invitational UE Invitational Notre Dame Invitational Western Illinois Classic Notre Dame Invitational IPFW Invitational Notre Dame Invitational Bradley Invitational

Summit League Championships Summit League Championships CC Only Nationals Falcon Invite NCAA Great Lakes Regional Indiana State Invitational Summit League Championships Mid-Con Championships NCAA Great Lakes Regional CC Only Nationals NCAA Great Lakes Regional ISU Pre-Nationals Meet Mid-Con Championships Summit League Championships NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Brittney McDuffee (above) set the IUPUI 6K record at The Summit League Championsihps in 2008.

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Year-by-Year Results MEN’S RESULTS

ww1997 Head Coach: Reuben Njau (1st season) Date Event 9-6 Southern Indiana CC Classic 9-13 IPFW CC Classic 9-27 Hanover Quad CC Meet 10-4 Earlham College Invite 10-10 IPFW CC Invitational 10-17 Indiana Intercollegiates

Finish 6th/6 11th/11 4th/4 10th/11 NTS 20th/20

ww1998 Head Coach: Reuben Njau (2nd season) Date Event 9-5 Early Bird Invitational 9-12 Valparaiso Invitational 9-25 Sam Bell Invitational 10-3 Loyola Lakefront Invitational 10-10 Indiana State Invitational 10-16 Indiana Intercollegiates 10-31 Mid-Con Championships

Finish 4th/4 5th/5 9th/9 14th/16 8th/9 21st/28 7th/8

ww1999 Head Coach: Reuben Njau (3rd season) Date Event 9-4 Early Bird Invitational 9-11 Valparaiso Invitational 9-17 Big State/Little State 9-25 Sam Bell Invitational 10-2 Loyola Lakefront Invitational 10-16 Pre-NCAA “B” Race 10-30 Mid-Con Championships 11-13 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish 3rd/3 8th/9 16th/23 22nd/22 25th/37 17th/17 8th/9 NTS

ww2000 Head Coach: Scott Williams (1st season) Date Event 9-2 Anderson Invitational 9-9 Butler Invitational 9-15 Indiana Intercollegiates 9-23 Miami (Ohio) Fall Classic 9-30 Indiana State Invitational 10-14 Western Illinois Classic 10-28 Mid-Con Championships 11-11 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish 2nd/9 1st/2 14th/25 4th/4 8th/11 4th/5 7th/9 27th/31

ww2001 Head Coach: Scott Williams (2nd season) Date Event 8-31 Indiana University Open 9-8 Miami (Ohio) Invitational 9-17 Indiana Intercollegiates 9-21 Eastern Illinois Invitational 9-29 Indiana State Invitational 10-13 UW-Parkside Invitational 10-27 Mid-Con Championships 11-10 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish NTS 8th/9 7th/17 3rd/10 11th/14 4th/32 3rd/8 22nd/31

ww2002 Head Coach: Scott Williams (3rd season) Date Event Finish 9-7 Purdue Open 7th/9 9-13 Bradley Invitational 5th/9 9-20 Indiana Intercollegiates 6th/7 9-28 CC Only National Championships 1st/7 10-5 Indiana State Invitational 17th/20 10-19 UW-Parkside Invitational 8th/25 11-2 Mid-Con Championships 5th/8 11-16 NCAA Great Lakes Regional 24th/31

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ww2003 Head Coach: Scott Williams (4th season) Date Event 8-30 Purdue Open 9-12 Bradley Invitational 9-19 Indiana Intercollegiates 9-27 St. Louis Invitational 10-4 Indiana State Invitational 10-18 UW-Parkside Invitational 11-1 Mid-Con Championships 11-15 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish NTS 9th/13 9th/26 3rd/12 6th/10 4th/19 5th/8 25th/32

ww2004 Head Coach: Scott Williams (5th season) Date Event 9-4 Dayton Flyer Invitational 9-10 Bradley University Invitational 9-17 Indiana Intercollegiates 9-25 St. Louis Invitational 10-2 Louisville Invitational 10-16 Indiana State Pre-Nationals 10-30 Mid-Con Championships 11-13 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish 3rd/6 2nd/7 3rd/7 1st/6 2nd/10 34th/35 2nd/9 20th/29

ww2005 Head Coach: Scott Williams (6th season) Date Event 9-3 Dayton Flyer Invitational 9-9 Valparaiso Invitational 9-16 Indiana Intercollegiates 9-30 Notre Dame Invitational 10-15 Indiana State Invitational 10-29 Mid-Con Championships 11-12 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish 5th/6 5th/8 9th/28 18th/26 10th/11 4th/9 23rd/30

ww2006 Head Coach: Scott Williams (7th season)

Date 9-2 9-8 9-15 9-29 10-14 10-28 11-11

Event Dayton Flyer Invitational Bradley Invitational Indiana Intercollegiates Notre Dame Invitational Indiana State Pre-Nationals Mid-Con Championships NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish 5th/8 6th/6 6th/25 17th/25 9th/13 5th/8 22nd/31

ww2007 Head Coach: Scott Williams (8th season) Date Event 8-31 WIU Early Bird Invitational 9-8 Indiana Invitational 9-14 Indiana Intercollegiates 9-28 Notre Dame Invitational 10-13 Indiana State Pre-Nationals 10-27 Summit League Championships 11-10 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish NTS NTS 7th/23 12th/25 36th/38 3rd/10 20th/30

ww2008 Head Coach: Scott Williams (9th season) Date Event 8-30 UD Flyer Invitational 9-12 Bradley Invitational 9-19 Indiana Intercollegiates 10-3 Notre Dame Invitational (Gold) 10-18 UE Invitational 11-1 Summit League Championships 11-15 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish 6th/8 2nd/4 7th/21 12th/23 4th/22 6th/10 22nd/28

ww2009 Head Coach: Chuck Koeppen (1st season) Date Event Finish 9-5 Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge 3rd/5 9-12 IPFW Invitational 1st/5 9-18 Indiana Intercollegiates 5th/21 10-2 Notre Dame Invitational t-8th/21 10-17 ISU Pre-Nationals Meet 34th/34 10-31 Summit League Championships 4th/10 11-14 NCAA Great Lakes Regional 22nd/30 ww2010 Head Coach: Chuck Koeppen (2nd season) Date Event Finish 9-4 Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge 3rd/5 9-11 IPFW Invitational 2nd/4 9-17 Indiana Intercollegiates 5th/22 10-1 Notre Dame Invitational 9th/16 10-16 UE Invitational 2nd/13 10-30 Summit League Championships 4th/10 11-13 NCAA Great Lakes Regional 24th/31

WOMEN’S RESULTS

ww1997* Head Coach: Reuben Njau (1st season) Date Event 9-6 Southern Indiana CC Classic 9-13 IPFW CC Classic 9-27 Hanover Quad CC Meet 10-4 Earlham College Invite 10-10 IPFW CC Invitational 10-17 Indiana Intercollegiates ww1998 Head Coach: Reuben Njau (2nd season) Date Event 9-5 Early Bird Invitational 9-12 Valparaiso Invitational 9-25 Sam Bell Invitational 10-3 Loyola Lakefront Invitational 10-10 Indiana State Invitational 10-16 Indiana Intercollegiates 10-31 Mid-Con Championships

Finish NTS* NTS* NTS* NTS* NTS* NTS*

Finish 5th/5 4th/5 9th/9 16th/16 8th/9 22nd/27 6th/8

ww1999 Head Coach: Reuben Njau (3rd season) Date Event Finish 9-4 Early Bird Invitational 6th/6 9-11 Valparaiso Invitational 5th/7 9-17 Big State/Little State 17th/20 9-25 Sam Bell Invitational 22nd/23 10-2 Loyola Lakefront Invitational 30th/40 10-16 Pre-NCAA “B” Race 19th/19 10-30 Mid-Con Championships 8th/9 11-13 NCAA Great Lakes Regional NTS ww2000 Head Coach: Scott Williams (1st season) Date Event 9-2 Anderson Invitational 9-9 Butler Invitational 9-15 Indiana Intercollegiates 9-23 Miami (Ohio) Fall Classic 9-30 Indiana State Invitational 10-14 Western Illinois Classic 10-28 Mid-Con Championships 11-11 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish 1st/8 NTS 12th/22 6th/6 8th/11 4th/5 8th/9 30th/31

ww2001 Head Coach: Scott Williams (2nd season) Date Event 8-31 Indiana University Open 9-8 Miami (Ohio) Invitational 9-17 Indiana Intercollegiates 9-21 Eastern Illinois Invitational 9-29 Indiana State Invitational

Finish NTS 7th/10 4th/14 2nd/9 11th/13

10-13 UW-Parkside Invitational 10-27 Mid-Con Championships 11-10 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

4th/30 3rd/8 21st/31

ww2002 Head Coach: Scott Williams (3rd season) Date Event Finish 9-7 Purdue Open 9th/11 9-13 Bradley Invitational 8th/10 9-28 CC Only National Championships 4th/7 10-5 Indiana State Invitational 17th/20 10-19 UW-Parkside Invitational 13th/30 11-2 Mid-Con Championships 6th/8 11-16 NCAA Great Lakes Regional 25th/31 ww2003 Head Coach: Scott Williams (4th season) Date Event 8-30 Purdue Open 9-12 Bradley Invitational 9-19 Indiana Intercollegiates 9-27 St. Louis Invitational 10-4 Indiana State Invitational 10-18 UW-Parkside Invitational 11-1 Mid-Con Championships 11-15 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish NTS 9th/14 9th/22 4th/14 9th/13 9th/24 5th/8 27th/30

ww2004 Head Coach: Scott Williams (5th season) Date Event 9-4 Dayton Flyer Invitational 9-10 Bradley University Invitational 9-17 Indiana Intercollegiates 9-25 St. Louis Invitational 10-2 Louisville Invitational 10-16 Indiana State Pre-Nationals 10-30 Mid-Con Championships 11-13 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish 5th/6 7th/7 8th/8 3rd/5 3rd/12 10th/10 7th/9 28th/30

ww2005 Head Coach: Scott Williams (6th season) Date Event 9-3 Dayton Flyer Invitational 9-9 Valparaiso Invitational 9-16 Indiana Intercollegiates 9-30 Notre Dame Invitational 10-15 Indiana State Invitational 10-29 Mid-Con Championships 11-12 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish 6th/6 6th/8 12th/25 21st/24 11th/13 7th/9 27th/32

ww2006 Head Coach: Scott Williams (7th season) Date Event 9-2 Dayton Flyer Invitational 9-8 Bradley Invitational 9-15 Indiana Intercollegiates 9-29 Notre Dame Invitational 10-14 Indiana State Pre-Nationals 10-28 Mid-Con Championships 11-11 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish 7th/8 5th/8 16th/26 20th/24 13th/13 7th/8 t-28th/30

ww2007 Head Coach: Scott Williams (8th season) Date Event 8-31 WIU Early Bird Invitational 9-8 Indiana Invitational 9-14 Indiana Intercollegiates 9-28 Notre Dame Invitational 10-13 Indiana State Pre-Nationals 10-27 Summit League Championships 11-10 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish NTS NTS 12th/20 23rd/27 37th/38 8th/10 27th/30

ww2008 Head Coach: Scott Williams (9th season) Date Event 8-30 UD Flyer Invitational 9-12 Bradley Invitational 9-19 Indiana Intercollegiates 10-3 Notre Dame Invitational (Gold) 10-18 UE Invitational 11-1 Summit League Championships 11-15 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish 6th/8 4th/5 10th/21 16th/23 7th/19 t-7th/10 27th/34

ww2009 Head Coach: Joni Sanders (1st season) Date Event 9-5 Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge 9-12 IPFW Invitational 9-18 Indiana Intercollegiates 10-2 Notre Dame Invitational 10-17 ISU Pre-Nationals Meet (Open) 10-31 Summit League Championships 11-14 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish 4th/6 2nd/5 9th/22 12th/20 NTS 6th/10 25th/32

ww2010 Head Coach: Joni Sanders (2nd season) Date Event 9-4 Dayton Flyer 5K Challenge 9-11 IPFW Invitational 9-17 Indiana Intercollegiates 10-1 Notre Dame Invitational 10-16 Falcon Invite 10-30 Summit League Championships 11-13 NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Finish 3rd/6 2nd/5 8th/20 11th/19 8th/17 5th/10 23rd/33

* IUPUI did not figure in team scoring because of too few runners during the 1997 season

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IUPUI Hall of Fame The IUPUI Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame was established in 1993 by the IUPUI Letterman’s Club (now Jaguars Letter Club) in cooperation with the IUPUI Athletics Department, the IU and Purdue Alumni Associations and the IUPUI Metro Athletic Club (now Jaguars Athletics Club). The Hall of Fame recognizes and honors those individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the achievements and prestige of IUPUI in the field of athletics and who have continued to demonstrate in their lives the values imparted by intercollegiate athletics. The IUPUI Jaguars Letter Club was founded in 1993 by the IUPUI Office of Alumni Relations. The purpose of the club is to unite former student-athletes, coaches, athletic trainers and managers in support of the IUPUI athletic program. Through 2011, the IUPUI Hall of Fame includes 50 individuals and one team.

IUPUI Hall of Fame Members ww 1994 Inductees

Michael Carroll - Founder of Metro Ath. Club Judy Cummings - Softball/Women’s Basketball Aldray Gibson - Men’s Basketball P. Nicholas Kellum - Ath. Director/Softball C.J. Roach - Men’s Basketball/Tennis

ww 2004 Inductees

Carlos Knox - Men’s Basketball Paulette Martin - Women’s Basketball ww 2005 Inductees

Cory Pepperworth-Rainbolt - Volleyball

ww 1995 Inductees

ww 2006 Inductees

ww 1996 Inductees

ww 2007 Inductees

Trudy Bernath - Softball Mel Garland - Ath. Director/Men’s Basketball

Tony Kwiatkowski - Men’s Soccer Vicky Levensky - Softball Bob Lovell - Ath. Director/Men’s Basketball ww 1997 Inductees

Kelly Fitzgerald Cobb - Women’s Basketball Cindy Reese - Softball ww 1998 Inductees

Jesse Bingham - Men’s Basketball Karen Knox - Softball Jeff Vessely - Meritorious ww 1999 Inductees

Marcy Bixler - Volleyball Chris Nichols - Softball/Women’s Basketball Hugh Wolf - Athletic Director ww 2000 Inductees

George Adams - Men’s Tennis Sheryl Burris McGlinsey - Softball Tom Davis - Baseball ww 2001 Inductees Mary “Muffy” Murphy - Women’s Basketball/Softball

Julie Rotramel Meeks - Women’s Basketball ww 2002 Inductees

Jared Lux - Men’s Basketball Owen B. “Bud” Melton, Jr. - Meritorious/MBB

BOLD JAGUARS

Ariane Mongeau - Women’s Swimming Thies Hermann - Men’s Soccer

Nichole Ellis - Women’s Swimming Armando Femia - Men’s Soccer Karrie Reising - Women’s Soccer Greg Wright - Men’s Basketball ww 2008 Inductees

Natalie Bednar - Women’s Tennis Ben Higginbotham - Men’s Soccer Tiffany Kyser - Women’s Basketball ww 2009 Inductees

Wendy Castor - Softball Lyndsey Emerson - Women’s Cross Country Rebekah Pallikan - Volleyball Andrew Wheeler - Men’s Swimming ww 2010 Inductees

1972 Men’s Basketball Team Matt Crenshaw - Men’s Basketball Michelle Cunningham - Women’s Tennis Adam Darrow - Men’s Golf Kim King - Men’s Basketball

Lyndsey Emerson-Hornbrook became the first-ever IUPUI Athletics Hall of Fame inductee from the women’s cross country program in 2009 and remains the most talented runner in its history. The Center Grove High Schoolproduct earned four consecutive First Team All Mid-Continent Conference awards and earned the league’s Newcomer of the Year award in 2000. A two-time Mid-Con Runner of the Week recipient, Emerson-Hornbrook held both the 5K and 6K records until the 2009 season and still owns the 5K record in a time of 18:05. She holds five of the 12 fastest 5K times in school history. In the 6K, Emerson-Hornbrook still holds nine of IUPUI’s 15 quickest times in program history. In 2001, Emerson led the Jaguars to a thirdplace finish at the Mid-Con Championships, which remains the program’s best-ever showing at that event. Emerson-Hornbrook earned her degree in Psychology in 2004. She and her husband, Chris, live in Chula Vista, Calif..

ww 2011 Inductees

A.J. Parks - Men’s Swimming Luke Recker - Men’s Tennis Drew Shafer - Men’s Golf Mallory Stemle - Women’s Tennis Bob Woodford - Men’s Basketball

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IUPUI Athletics History The birth of the intercollegiate athletics program at IUPUI occurred January 14, 1971, when the Faculty Council approved a recommendation from its Athletics Affairs Committee that “IUPUI engage in intercollegiate sports and become a regular member of the NCAA as soon as possible.” In making its recommendations, the committee said it felt that “intercollegiate sports were necessary to complete the University’s relationship to the community at large and to its alumni.” The committee went on to say that it felt that an intercollegiate program would be “a positive morale factor for students and would help develop an identification with the institution.” After playing an abbreviated men’s basketball schedule in early 1972, the IUPUI intercollegiate athletics program officially began competition during the 1972-73 academic year with that program serving as the university’s first varsity sport. The men’s program offerings expanded during the 1974-75 season with the addition of golf and tennis to varsity status, and then again in the 1987-88 academic year when soccer gained varsity status. Baseball replaced golf as a varsity sport during the 1979-80 campaign. Men’s golf was reintroduced to the intercollegiate lineup in 1994-95. Intercollegiate athletics at IUPUI expanded to include women’s sports in 1975-76, with the introduction of basketball, softball and volleyball as varsity sports. Women’s tennis was added in 1989-90. IUPUI received national acclaim in the sports world in 1987 when the Pan American Games were hosted in Indianapolis and on the downtown campus. With the hosting of the event, world class facilities for swimming, track, soccer and softball were built across the south end of campus and are still utilized by IUPUI teams. With the addition of men’s and women’s cross country and women’s swimming and diving in the fall of 1997, the IUPUI intercollegiate athletic program was represented by 12 intercollegiate teams that completed at the NCAA Division II level. In the beginning, the intercollegiate program was unaffiliated except for an associate membership in the NCAA. In 1978, IUPUI joined the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), and in January of 1993, the institution’s application for membership in Division II of the NCAA was approved. While affiliated with the NAIA, IUPUI teams won 32 state and regional championships. IUPUI reached the Sweet Sixteen in men’s basketball (1989-90), the Final Four in women’s basketball (199091) and finished second nationally in women’s volleyball (1991-92). Beginning in 1983, the IUPUI softball team made nine consecutive appearances in the NAIA National Tournament, finishing as high as third on three occasions. Intercollegiate athletics at IUPUI made its way to the NCAA Div sion I level as the Trustees of Indiana University approved the move at their Oct. 30, 1997 meeting in New Albany. That opened the door for IUPUI to join a new level of competition in the NCAA. IUPUI then was admitted into The Summit League (formerly Mid-Continent Conference), announced just 12 days later at a press conference on the campus of IUPUI. Upon entrance to the Mid-Con, IUPUI was involved in scheduling and competition for championships beginning in the 1998-99 academic year. The addition of men’s swimming and diving and women’s soccer in the fall of 1998 brought IUPUI’s total to 14 sports. The total was bumped to 15 on Oct. 20, 1999, when the university announced that women’s golf would become a varsity sport starting in 2000. The total dropped back to its current 14 when the university announced on May 18, 2001, the discontinuation of the baseball program. In 2011, the sport offerings increased to 16 as both men’s and women’s track and field were added. IUPUI has enjoyed considerable success as a Division I school, not only athletically, but academically. During the 2009-10 campaign, women’s diver Chen Ni became the first IUPUI student-athlete to win an NCAA National Champion-

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ship, earning the top spot in the country in the platform event. Moreso, she became the first female student-athlete in Summit League history to earn a national crown. Collectively, IUPUI teams have earned NCAA Tournament bids in men’s soccer, men’s golf, men’s basketball, women’s tennis and most recently Chen Ni (above) won the 2010 NCAA Division I Platform women’s soccer. In addiDiving Championship, becoming the first Summit League female to win a national crown. tion, IUPUI teams have captured regular season crowns in volleyball and men’s tennis. IUPUI student-athletes have been recognized as Summit League Athletes of the Year 16 times, with coaches earning numerous Coach of the Year honors. IUPUI’s athletic teams have also excelled in the classroom. The IUPUI Athletics Department began with the The women’s tennis team men’s basketball program competing in 1972. has been chosen as an All-Academic Team by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association for seven straight years. The men’s cross country team has been recognized by the United States Cross Country Coaches Association as Academic All-American the past seven seasons, while the women’s team earned the same honor from the Women’s Intercollegiate Cross Country Coaches Association nine/ times. In 2001-02, the women’s basketball team was selected by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association to its Top 25 Honor Roll. In the fall of 2002, the athletic department as a whole was honored by The USA Today and the NCAA for having the highest improvement in graduation rate in the country for its category. In 2003, The USA Today and NCAA recognized IUPUI again - this time for graduating more than the previously counted cohort. Individually, IUPUI has had three student-athletes earn First Team Academic All-America honors, while making a precedent of ranking among the conference leaders in academic honorees. IUPUI has also established a pattern of commitment to serving their community. The Jaguars have averaged over nearly 1,000 hours of community service the past five years, taking part in youth clinics, hosting a Canned Food Drive and Adopt-A-Family programs and participating in several charity walk-a-thons. Head Basketball Coach Ron Hunter earned national acclaim in 2007-08, partnering with Samaritan’s Feet to raise shoes for impoverished children across the world. He and members of his program later traveled to Costa Rica and Peru to personally deliver the shoes to needy children. Additionally, the Athletics department has partnered with IPS School 42 on a reading program in an effort to improve reading comprehension and career networking.

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THE SUMMIT LEAGUE Celebrating its 30th season in Division I athletics

“Ascending” and “improving” are adjectives frequently used in media coverage of The Summit League as it continues a renaissance on the playing eld and in the classroom. As The Summit League celebrates its 30th anniversary season as an NCAA Division I athletics conference, the level of performance and achievement among the 11 member institutions and over 3,000 student-athletes in 19 championship sports continues to grow. Since 2007, The Summit League has produced 39 All-Americans and 28 Academic All-America selections along with three NCAA Champions, two NBA Draft choices and one Olympic Silver medalist. Headlining The Summit League’s most recent history were the additions of the University of South Dakota and the University of Nebraska Omaha to its membership. USD joined in 2009 and the 2011-12 academic year marks its rst year of full league competition. UNO’s membership took effect on July 1, 2011 and it will begin league competition in 2012-13. The Summit League’s visibility continues to expand on several fronts. The 2011 Baseball Championship drew a record 5,128 fans, topping the previous high by almost 1,500. Another successful Summit League Basketball Championship totaled a combined attendance of over 32,000 which ranked as the second-highest gure in league history while the men’s tournament was one of just six outside the traditional “power conferences” to average 4,400 or better per session. Television exposure also increased with the broadcasts of four Summit League sport championships in 2010-11. For the second consecutive season, all 14 men’s and women’s basketball tournament games were televised live, including the women’s championship on ESPNU and the men’s on ESPN2. Furthermore, The Summit League Outdoor Track and Field Championships were televised for the rst time and the league’s entire Baseball Tournament was carried live, marking another rst. The national reach of The Summit League was furthered when three member institutions hosted 2010-11 NCAA Championship events. IUPUI was a quad-host for the Women’s Basketball Final Four, UMKC co-hosted the Volleyball Championship and Oakland hosted the Great Lakes Cross Country Regional Championship. In 2013, Oakland will host the Men’s Basketball Second and Third Rounds and IUPUI will serve as co-host for a Men’s Basketball Regional. In men’s basketball, The Summit League ranked No. 18 in the Sagarin Ratings, placing four teams among the top 150 and six in the top 200. In the Mid-Major Top 25 poll, league champion Oakland ranked No. 5 with two rst-place votes entering the NCAA Tournament, putting them ahead of two Final Four participants, including the national runner-up. The Summit League set a leaguerecord by playing 16 games against AP nationally-ranked teams, the highest total among mid-majors, including seven top-10 opponents, highlighted by Oakland’s win at then-No. 7 Tennessee. Women’s basketball joined the men in sending multiple teams to the postseason with three teams advancing for the second-straight year, including Oral Roberts, which reached the WNIT’s round of 16 to match the league’s deepest run in that tournament. Summit League teams combined to record four victories over “power six” conference foes during the season.

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Individually on the hardwood, Oakland’s Keith Benson was selected in the second round of the 2011 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks and Oral Roberts’ Steven Roundtree was named Mid-Major Freshman of the Year by CollegeInsider.com. On the women’s side, ORU’s Kevi Luper became the rst player in NCAA history to lead the nation in both points per game and steals per game in the same season. Several teams continued impressive championship streaks within the league in 2010-11. Oral Roberts, which nished the season nationally-ranked, won its 14th-straight baseball title, tying for the second-longest streak in NCAA history. Oakland captured its 12thconsecutive men’s and women’s swimming and diving titles while North Dakota State won its fourth-straight men’s and women’s indoor track and eld championships and its third softball crown in a row. South Dakota State became the rst women’s basketball team to win three consecutive league championships. The Summit League enjoyed a successful track and eld season with eight All-Americans, including six at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Oral Roberts’ Jack Whitt nished as runner-up in the pole vault at the Outdoor Championships after placing third indoors. North Dakota State’s Whitney Carlson became the rst female athlete in league history to earn All-America honors in two events at both the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Championships during the same year. Two Summit League student-athletes received the prestigious NCAA Elite 88 Award, given to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average participating at the nals site for each of the NCAA championships. Amy Anderson (women’s golf) and Carlson (outdoor track and eld), both from North Dakota State, the lone non-FBS public university to have multiple recipients, were presented with the honor and added All-America honors for their athletic performances. Anderson led the league’s individual accomplishments, placing 12th at the NCAA Women’s Golf Championships, the highest nish ever by a Summit League player, and competing as an amateur in the U.S. Women’s Open. IPFW’s Amy Recht claimed her fourth consecutive Women’s Tennis Player of the Year honor and became the rst Summit League athlete to win the sport’s top award in each season of eligibility. Academically, six Summit League student-athletes received Academic All-America honors and six teams were bestowed with the NCAA Public Recognition Award, an honor given to teams that have a Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR) in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. The accomplishments of 2010-11 came on the heels of the exceptional success the previous two years. In 2009-10, IUPUI’s Chen Ni became The Summit League’s rst female NCAA Champion when she took rst in the platform dive. Oakland’s Keith Benson was named the Lou Henson Award winner as the nation’s Mid-Major Player of the Year. The preceding year, Oral Roberts track star Andretti Bain won a silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics as a member of the

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Tom Douple Commissioner

Commissioner .................................................................Tom Douple Associate Commissioner .....................................Myndee Kay Larsen Assistant Commissioner .................................................Angie Torain Director of Communications .......................................... David Brauer Director of Marketing ..............................................Vanessa Quimpo Associate Director of Communications ............................ Greg Mette Assistant Director of Compliance & Administration ....Matthew Boyer Communications Assistant .............................. Stephanie Sabaduquia

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SUMMIT LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP

One of the Summit League’s most iconic moments came when Valparaiso’s Bryce Drew hit “the shot”, a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer, to top Mississippi in the rst round of the 1998 NCAA Tournament. Valpo’s story captivated the nation as they became the league’s second team to reach the “Sweet 16.” Bahamas’ 4x400-meter relay team after winning both the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor 400meter titles and IUPUI’s George Hill became The Summit League’s second NBA rst round draft pick. Originally formed in 1982 as the Association of Mid-Continent Universities and later known as the Mid-Continent Conference, The Summit League is in its fth year of rebranding that followed its 25th anniversary and coincided with the Summit Plan, a strategic plan that places a renewed emphasis on improving the academic and athletic performances of all league student-athletes. Included in the plan was the league’s new name, the creation of a new image and the addition of three member institutions. The Summit League has a combined enrollment of over 135,000 at 11 universities, ve of which are located in the top 76 U.S. media markets (Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Tulsa and Omaha). Member institutions include: IPFW (Indiana University-Purdue UniversityFort Wayne), IUPUI (Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis), UMKC (University of Missouri-Kansas City), the University of Nebraska Omaha (which begins league competition in 2012-13), North Dakota State University, Oakland University, Oral Roberts University, the University of South Dakota (in its rst year as a full member), South Dakota State University, Southern Utah University and Western Illinois University. Eastern Illinois University is an associate member in swimming and diving and men’s soccer. These member institutions pride themselves on providing quality athletic, academic and social experiences for their student-athletes. The Summit League sponsors 19 championship sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s indoor track and eld, men’s and women’s outdoor track and eld, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. The league champion receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament in all applicable sports. Since its inception in 1982, The Summit League has had several transcendent moments on the national stage. In 1986, Cleveland State upset third-seeded Indiana in the rst round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on its way to a berth in the Sweet 16. A decade later, Valparaiso captured the nation’s attention when Bryce Drew hit “the shot” to defeat No. 4 seed Mississippi in an NCAA rst-round game and spark its Sweet 16 run. More recently, Oral Roberts’ baseball program nished the 2004 campaign with a nationalranking and became the rst Summit League school to reach an NCAA Super Regional in 2006. Three years later, North Dakota State’s 2009 softball team became the rst League member to win an NCAA regional and advance to the Super Regional round. During the 2008-09 basketball season, South Dakota State’s women’s team was nationally-ranked throughout the year and capped its season with an NCAA Tournament rst round victory. The League has produced ve NCAA champions, four Olympic athletes and several AllAmericans in the sports of track and eld, swimming and diving and cross country. Numerous professional athletes and several draft choices have come directly from The Summit League, including three Major League Baseball rst round picks, a pair of NBA rst rounders, and one WNBA selection. Former Summit Leaguer Kevin Duckworth (NBA) was a two-time all-star during his professional career. Recent and historical success coupled with an increased growth among its membership base gives The Summit League a promising future on the landscape of college athletics.

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IPFW Nickname: Mastodons Location: Fort Wayne, Ind. Enrollment: 14,193 Founded: 1964 Joined League: 2007 IUPUI Nickname: Jaguars Location: Indianapolis, Ind. Enrollment: 30,566 Founded: 1969 Joined League: 1998 UMKC Nickname: Kangaroos Location: Kansas City, Mo. Enrollment: 14,221 Founded: 1933 Joined League: 1994 NEBRASKA OMAHA Nickname: Mavericks Location: Omaha, Neb. Enrollment: 15,448 Founded: 1908 Joined League: 2011 NORTH DAKOTA STATE Nickname: Bison Location: Fargo, N.D. Enrollment: 14,407 Founded: 1890 Joined League: 2007 OAKLAND Nickname: Golden Grizzlies Location: Rochester, Mich. Enrollment: 19,053 Founded: 1957 Joined League: 1997 ORAL ROBERTS Nickname: Golden Eagles Location: Tulsa, Okla. Enrollment: 3,140 Founded: 1963 Joined League: 1997 SOUTH DAKOTA Nickname: Coyotes Location: Vermillion, S.D. Enrollment: 9,617 Founded: 1862 Joined League: 2011 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE Nickname: Jackrabbits Location: Brookings, S.D. Enrollment: 12,816 Founded: 1881 Joined League: 2007 SOUTHERN UTAH Nickname: Thunderbirds Location: Cedar City, Utah Enrollment: 8,066 Founded: 1897 Joined League: 1997 WESTERN ILLINOIS Nickname: Fighting Leathernecks Location: Macomb, Ill. Enrollment: 13,331 Founded: 1899 Joined League: 1982 (charter member) ASSOCIATE MEMBER: Eastern Illinois University competes as an associate member in swimming and diving and men’s soccer.

SUMMIT LEAGUE NOTABLES The Summit League has produced the following notable studentathletes during its 30 seasons at the Division I level ... Brian Anderson (Baseball): No. 3 pick in1993 Draft, World Series Champion Andretti Bain (Track & Field): 2-time NCAA Champion, Olympic Silver Medalist Tony Bennett (Basketball): NBA Draft pick, head coach at Virginia Liza Brown (Softball): 1st Team All-American, 2-time All-America selection Bryce Drew (Basketball): NBA Draft 1st Round pick, head coach at Valparaiso Kevin Duckworth: 2-time NBA All-Star, NBA Most Improved Player Award George Hill (Basketball): NBA Draft 1st Round pick Jim Maton (Track & Field): NCAA Champion Bill Mueller (Baseball): World Series and American League batting champion Prince Mumba (Track & Field): 2-time NCAA runner-up, Olympian Chen Ni (Swimming & Diving): NCAA Champion Anita Rapp (Soccer): 1st Team All-American, Olympic Gold Medalist Tony Sanneh (Soccer): 2nd Team All-American, U.S. National Team Dan Steele (Track & Field): NCAA Champion, Olympic Bronze Medalist (bobsled)

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IUPUI Administration Charles R. Bantz wwChancellor

In 2003, Charles Bantz became chancellor of IUPUI—Indiana’s urban public research university—serving 30,000 students. A highlight of his academic leadership is elevating the public perception of IUPUI as “Destination Health and Life Sciences” and strategically focusing campus efforts in areas of economic development important to the state. Another focus has been enhancing undergraduate education. He has been an eloquent advocate for undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs that help keep graduates in Indiana. He has been active in fostering diversity and encouraging better math, science, engineering, and technology education. He is deeply involved in the community through service on the Executive Committee of the United Way of Central Indiana and several other boards. He has been active nationally on matters of importance to the higher education community, including being a member of the NCAA Division I Board of Directors and the NCAA’s Executive Committee. He is Vice Chair of the Coalition of Urban Serving Universities and Chair of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities’ Commission on Urban Initiatives. He is also a member of the American Council on Education’s Commission on International Initiatives. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English education from the University of Minnesota, a master’s degree in speech communication from the University of Minnesota, and a Ph.D. from Ohio State University in communication. He is an accomplished scholar who has published on subjects such as organizational communication, television news, and social conflict.

Andrew Klein wwChief

of Staff, Office of the Chancellor

Andrew R. Klein joined the faculty in 2000 and is the Paul E. Beam Professor of Law. Previously, Professor Klein taught at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law and practiced with the Chicago firm of Sidley & Austin. Professor Klein earned a B.A. with distinction in journalism and economics from the University of Wisconsin and a J.D. with distinction from the Emory University School of Law, where he studied as a Robert W. Woodruff Fellow in Law and was editor-in-chief of the Emory Law Journal. Professor Klein’s scholarship focuses on the intersection of tort and environmental law. He is co-author of a casebook, Torts: Cases, Problems and Exercises (Lexis/Nexis 3rd ed. 2009), and a student-oriented textbook, Mastering Tort Law (Carolina Academic Press 2009). He is currently working with a group of co-authors on a new casebook, Toxic and Environmental Torts: Cases and Materials (Thomson/West forthcoming 2011). Professor Klein is a member of the American Law Institute and serves on the executive committee of the Association of American Law Schools’ section on Torts and Compensation Systems. He also serves as Reporter for the Seventh Circuit United States Court of Appeals Civil Jury Instructions Committee and recently was named a Distinguished Fellow if the Indianapolis Bar Foundation. In addition, Professor Klein is a dedicated classroom teacher who has won nine student teaching awards during his career. He is a national lecturer on tort law for BarBri Bar Review.

Michael Moore wwDirector

of Athletics

Michael R. Moore has served as IUPUI’s Director of Athletics since July 1, 1996. During his tenure, he has overseen IUPUI’s growth from its beginning as a NCAA Divison I member to winning its first NCAA championship in March 2010. In his 15-year span in charge of the Jaguars, IUPUIDivision has been accepted as a member of The Summit League (formerly Mid-Continent Conference), was fully certified under the NCAA Athletics Certification Program and has expanded from nine to 16 varsity programs (seven men and nine women). Under Moore’s direction, IUPUI has experienced both athletic and academic success. The 2000 men’s soccer team made the first NCAA Tournament in IUPUI’s history. Since then, women’s tennis (2003, 2004), men’s golf (2002, 2005), men’s basketball (2003) and women’s soccer (2009) have all participated in NCAA Championships. The men’s soccer (1999), volleyball (2000), men’s tennis (2004) and women’s soccer (2008, 2009) teams have won regular season league titles. IUPUI also captured USA Today/NCAA Academic Achievement Awards in 2002 and 2003. In March 2010, IUPUI crowned its first NCAA titlist, as diver Chen Ni claimed first place on the platform, marking another milestone in the school’s athletics history. Leading into the 2009-10 academic year, Moore restructured IUPUI’s academic support system, resulting in record highs in 3.0 student-athletes and departmental grade point averages. In May 2010, the departmental GPA reached an all-time high of 3.081, while 59 student-athletes received recognition on the Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence, and 125 Jaguars earned a place on the conference’s All-Academic Teams. During his time at IUPUI, Moore has served in multiple leadership positions, both within The Summit League and the NCAA. Moore worked as Chair of the Mid-Continent Conference Joint Council and as President of the NCAA I-AAA Athletics Director Association in 2003-04. Moore has also served multiple times as a peer reviewer in the NCAA Division I Certification Program. He currently serves as chair of the Summit League Men’s Basketball Committee. He served as the Summit League’s representative to the NCAA Division I Management Council from 2001-2008. While on the Management Council, he served on the Administrative Review Sub-Committee, acting as Chair in 2007-2008, and also on the Governance Sub-Committee. Prior to assuming his present position, the Lancaster, Ohio-native was the Senior Associate Director of Athletics and Development at the University of Evansville from 1988-96. In that position, he supervised the Purple Aces Club, began the in house production of the Aces Radio Network, instituted the university licensing program and coordinated special events on campus. He was the university’s assistant athletic director for budgetary affairs from 1983-88. Moore also worked at Davidson College from 1981-1983 as Assistant Director of the Wildcat Club. In that position, Moore was responsible for the ticket operation, regional fundraising, marketing and promotions, game management and special events. Moore began his career in intercollegiate athletics as an Intern in the Vanderbilt University athletics department in 1980. Moore received both his undergraduate (BA, History ’78) and Masters (Sports Administration ’80) Degrees from Ohio University. He also earned a certificate from The Sports Management Institute in 1994. Michael and his wife, Suzann reside in Indianapolis. He has two daughters, Maggie and Molly.

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IUPUI Staff Directory

John Andrews Head Golf

Gail Barksdale Assoc. AD/SWA

Ashley Barlow Ast. Women’s Basketball

Stan Benge Ast. Women’s Basketball

Jeremie Benjamin Ast. Women’s Tennis

John Berry Sports Information

Andrew Bieber Athletic Trainer

Mike Blume Strength & Conditioning

Matt Bos Head Swimming

Jay Bradley Athletic Training

Maggie Calcaterra Head Softball

James Carpenter Life Skills Coord.

Joel Chalkley Ast. Men’s Soccer

Nicole Cirillo Ast. Volleyball

Byron Clark Business Manager

Brandon Cole Ast. Men’s XC/T&F

George Crawford Ast. Men’s Soccer

Matt Crenshaw Asoc. Men’s Basketball

Brandon Currie Head Men’s Tennis

Cameron Currie Head Women’s Tennis

George Davis Academic Advising

Drew Deffner Ast. Women’s Soccer

Dr. Johannah Doecke Diving Coach

Danielle Etter Study Table Coordinator

Jana Fields Ast. Softball

Heather Fink Nutritionist

Evan Fruits Ast. XC/T&F

Lisa Gebhard Ast. Women’s Soccer

Stephanie Greer Ast. Women’s XC/T&F

Mark Hall Ast. Softball

Sara Hemmick Athletic Training

Nathan Hills Strength & Conditioning

Ed Holdaway Sports Information Dir.

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Todd Howard Head Men’s Basketball

Colby Huffman Ast. Men’s Golf

Isang Jacob Head Men’s Soccer

Chris Johnson Head Women’s Soccer

Josh Jones Strength & Conditioning

Chuck Koeppen Head Men’s XC/T&F

Trevor MacDonald Dir. of Operations

Antonio McDaniel Head Women’s XC/T&F

Scott McGowan AfterSport Group

Karen Metzger Asst. AD/Compliance

Bryan Michel Ast. Women’s Soccer

Mike Moore Director of Athletics

Pat Nickell Ast. Men’s Tennis

Denise O’Grady Assoc. AD/Academics

David Padgett Ast. Men’s Basketball

Austin Parkinson Head Women’s Basketball

Steve Payne Head Volleyball

Tod Perry Faculty Ath. Rep.

John Rasmussen Assoc. AD/Ext. Affairs

Justin Roeder Ast. Men’s XC/T&F

Gary Sailes, Ph.D Sports Performance

Jessica Schaefer Athletic Training

Matt Schubert Fiscal Officer

Scott Sell Athletic Training

Kyle Torgerson Athletic Training

Alex Webster Asoc. Women’s Basketball

Matt Whinrey Ast. Men’s Basketball

Danielle Wolter Ast. Women’s Golf

Stephen Woodward Ast. Men’s Soccer

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Jaguars Athletics Club

Did you know that the IUPUI Athletics Department pays out nearly $1.5 million annually in athletics aid to student-athletes? Last year, the IUPUI Jaguars Athletics Club (JAC) saw a nearly 6 percent growth in donor participation. Club members enjoy many benefits including invitations to special events, a weekly electronic newsletter, pregame hospitality at home basketball games and tax deductions. wwAre you in? Help us meet the urgent scholarship needs of the IUPUI Athletics Department and make your contribution by calling John Rasmussen at 317-274-5453. Below is a comprehensive listing of the 2010-11 JAC donors. wwSCHOLARSHIP LEVEL

($5,000 & UP) Bud and Christine Melton wwRED AND GOLD

($2,500 - $4,999) Gerald and Jean Bepko Bruce and Carolyn Laughlin Cheryl and Frank Sullivan wwCHAMPION LEVEL

($1,000 - $2,499) Kenneth and Audrey Beckley Philip Hardwick Sharon and Joe Holland Michael and Suzann Moore James and Jacqueline Morris Roger and Barbara Schmenner David and Laura Stocum Scott Taylor and Brenda Bishop Eugene and Mary Tempel Hugh and Valera Wolf wwSPONSOR LEVEL

($500 - $999) Paul and Julie Congress Stefan Davis James Donges Don Earnhart Nichole Ellis Andrew Klein Bill and Barbara Kulsrud Kim and Marissa Manlove Robert and Ingeborg Orr Tod and Elizabeth Perry W.E. & Harriet Rasmussen John Rasmussen C. J. Roach wwBOOSTER LEVEL

($100 -$499) Alan Albright Fred and Annette Biesecker Karen Black Shirley Boardman Dan Boots Stephen Brinegar Ed Brizendine Michael Carroll Jr. Grady and Nancy Chism Byron Clark Rich and Michelle Coleman Ronald Cooper Barbara Dobbs Dan Esposito Scott Evenbeck Bruce and Sue Fogler Paul and Jean Galanti Timothy and Susan Garner Robert and Donna Gildea Katie Hahn John and Barbara Hassell Bill Heller Ed and Wanda Holdaway Ed and Stacey Holdaway Kenneth & Sally Inman Glenn and Marianna Irwin

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Paula Jenkins John C. Johnson John and Delores Johnson Karen Jones Debra Liddell Trevor and Annica MacDonald Darwin May Rose and William Mays Doc and Donna McGarey Rick and Marcia McGill Jim Minchin The Moniaci Family Denise O’Grady Bruce Parker Steve Payne Jay G. Priest Joe and Susan Reimbold Kevin Rein Ed and Beverly Robbins Edmund and Ina Schilling Melissa Seibert Steven Smith Wayne and Cynthia Stone Vi and George Taliaferro Kevin Walsh Amy and John Warner Andrew Wheeler James and Barbara White Charles Yokomoto wwCAPTAIN LEVEL

($50 - $99) Jeffrey and Christine Arnold Sandra Barnett Kevin Buerge Jack and Lenora Cole Bob and Diane Gardner Ralph Gray Fred and Jan Hakes Kimberly Helton John Hobson Ron and Amy Hunter Lynn Hutton Thomas and Nancy Inui Floyd Keith Robert and Francia Kissel Steve and Bonnie Lavery Gary and Marcy Morrolf Bill Potter Joni Sanders Mary Sauer Sue and Bill Shields Melanie Stallings Alan and Jackie Thompson Lisa Williams Eldon and Maxine Woods

John Rasmussen

PH: 317-274-5453 FAX: 317-278-2683 Email: jrrasmus@iupui.edu

Ben and Jane Cammarata Patrick Cavazos Andy Clark Steve and Carolyn Clymer Danny Collier David and Althea Culbreath Marsha Devers Betsy Dukes Becky Fox Randy Heron Brandon Hock Gary Houser, Jr. Sara Johnson Nick and Lori Kellum Walter Kirkwood Chuck Koeppen Ken Langlois Glen Larsen Steve Lavery Mark and Erica Lewis Walt Linne James Lowry Jake Manaloor Eric Mauser Bob Moeder Maggie Moore Molly Moore Michael Mueller Cynthia and Brian Nanavaty Pat O’Connor Lisa Parks-Connell Rich Parks Terri Pekinpaugh Bill Petty Austris and Virginia Purvlicis Richard Quigley Maryann Reed Mary Richardson Patricia Rogan Robert Scheele Neal Singletary Mark Skirvin A.L. Smith George Strob Joseph Taff Ram Thomas Angie and Kyle Torain Kyle Torgerson Kerry and Suzanne Vick Ann Wells Jeff Willman Bruce Wolf Gregg Wolf Greg Wright Patricia Zimmerman

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($25 - $49) James and Margaret Allgeier Kyle Anderson Don Ballard Joe Bennett Andrew Bieber Paul Brock John Brown Maggie Calcaterra

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Jaguars Athletics Club The Jaguars Athletics Club’s (JAC) primary purpose is to raise scholarship funds to build, support and maintain a competitive first-class Division I athletics program for student-athletes in 14 intercollegiate sports (men’s basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming & diving and tennis and women’s basketball cross, country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis and volleyball). Supporting intercollegiate athletics invests in our future by providing scholarship aid to student-athletes. In addition, intercollegiate athletics offers the student-athlete an opportunity to develop leadership, discipline, camaraderie and initiative, while pursuing academic goals. Over the course of a year, the JAC hosts numerous special events to help spur on the effort. The events allow IUPUI student-athletes, coaches and administrators the opportunity to foster positive relationships with influential members of the Indianapolis-community. The events also help build a connection with IUPUI alumni and current studentathletes. The Senior Dinner is a year-end celebration of the careers of IUPUI studentathletes. 2011, Brittney McDuffee and Aaron Kremer (left) were awarded the Mel Garland Distinguished StudentAthlete Awards at the conclusion of the event. The Jag Jaunt for Women’s Scholarships (below) is in its fourth year and helps provide educational and athletic opportunities for female student-athletes. In its first three years, the event raised over $15,000 towards athletic scholarships. The Michael A. Carroll Golf Outing (bottom) recently completed its 31st year in existence and raises approximately $30,000 annually for student-athlete scholarships. One top student-athlete is honored with a scholarship in Mike Carroll’s name annually.

wwMICHAEL A. CARROLL GOLF OUTING

It is difficult to overstate the importance of the late Michael A. Carroll to the birth and development of the IUPUI Athletics program. For more than a decade, he was its number one advocate, fundraiser and cheerleader. In 1981, he organized what is now the Jaguars Athletics Club. A year later, he coordinated the IUPUI fund raising golf outing that now bears his name. Until his untimely death in a 1992 mid-air plane crash, the former Lilly Endowment executive nurtured, nudged and lassoed many Indianapolis business leaders to share his vision for a “big league” collegiate athletics program at IUPUI. Although he carried other enormous responsibilities in a civic and political career that spanned 25 years, IUPUI’s growth seemed to be Mike’s most enthusiastic avocation. IUPUI’s evolution into NCAA Division I status would have left him beaming. However, he would have been the first to remind us that IUPUI is still a masterpiece in progress, never a finished work of art!

wwBASKETBALL TIPOFF LUNCHEON

The drive to the men’s and women’s basketball NCAA Tournaments begin with the annual tipoff luncheon. This is your chance to meet the men’s and women’s basketball teams and hear a preview of the upcoming season from Head Coaches Todd Howard and Austin Parkinson. Widely known as one of the department’s marquee events, the day typically features cutting edge multimedia in an intimate atmosphere and entertaining commentary from both coaches.

wwJAG JAUNT - WALK FOR WOMEN’S

SCHOLARSHIPS The goal of the IUPUI Athletics Department is to provide students with the opportunity to compete in athletics while at the same time, earn a degree from one of the top two academic programs in the country. One way to provide such opportunities is through this relatively new fall event, designed to raise money for women’s scholarships. With more scholarship dollars, more female students will have a chance at higher education. In 2010, the event was restructured to include a 5K run around the canal and a 3K family friendly walk along the same course.

wwSENIOR STUDENT-ATHLETE BRUNCH

The mission of the Senior Brunch is simple - to celebrate the distinguished academic and athletic careers of IUPUI’s graduating student-athletes. In its sixth year of existence, the Senior Brunch also marks the day when the end-of-year major awards are presented and announced to the public. Each senior is given a framed photo commemorating their contributions to the program while four-year letterwinners are awarded a ring.

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IUPUI Champions

While champions can be measured in terms of wins and losses, goals scored, minutes played, baskets made and other figures, the IUPUI Athletics Department considers any former student-athlete that earned a degree from the university as a champion. We are proud to recognize the following individuals as IUPUI Champions – student athletes who have graduated from IUPUI since the beginning of the athletics program in 1972. While every effort has been made to be inclusive we realize that some individuals may have inadvertently been left of the list. Please contact John Rasmussen, Associate Athletics Director for External Affairs, at jrrasmus@ iupui.edu so we can ensure that our records can truly reflect and honor our IUPUI Champions. Name (Sport) Degree Grad Year wwAA Aavang, Deanne (WXC) Optometry 2005 Abel, Betsie (WSWIM) 2002 Abner, Gary (MBB) Fine Arts 1977 Adams, Danielle (VB) Public Health 2001 Adams, George (MTEN) Science 1991 Adams, Jessie (SB) Occupational Therapy 1998 Agnew, Julien (MXC) Economics 2001 Allen, Jeff (MBB) Chemistry 1991 Allen, Teresa (SB) Physical Education 1986 Anderson, Grant (MSWIM) P.E./ Personal Training 2004 Anderson, Jennifer (WSWIM) 2002 Anderson, Lindsay (WSWIM) General Studies 2006 Aquino, Rommel (MSOC) Business 2003 Ashworth, John (MBB) Sociology 2011 Ates, Ceren (WBB) Communications 2002 Avery, Jon (MBB) Sport Management 2010 wwBB Baas, Sue (SB) Business/ Public Affairs 1983 Bailey, Andrea (SB) Social Work 2004 Bailey, Tracy (VB) Biology 2006 Baker, Brad (MGO) 2000 Balko, Tim (MSWIM) Health Administration 2007 Barlay, Thua (MSOC) PUI-AS 1997 Barlow, David (MBB) General Studies 2009 Barrett, Brandon (MSOC/TEN) Business 2001 Barron, Lacey (WSOC) 2006 Bastin, Chelsea (VB) Psychology 2009 Battle, Charlie (MBB) Physical Education 1976 Bayer, Olivia (WSWIM) General Studies 2009 Beal, Rob (MSOC) 2000 Beal, Sherry (SB) Social Work 1998 Bechinski, Annemarie (SB/VB) Arts 1996 Becker, Josh (MTEN) 2008 Bednar, Natalie (WTEN) Mechanical Engineering 2003 Bell, Damon (MTEN) 2001 Bellamy, Devika (VB) International Studies 2008 Bernath, Trudy (SB) Business Studies 1983 Bertch, Jeff (MGO) Marketing/Supply Chain Mgt 2009 Bess, Megan (WBB) 2008 Biljic, Alex (MSOC) Business 2001 Bingham, Jesse (MBB) Physical Education 1992 Bixler, Marcy (VB) Business 1989 Blaydes, Laura (WBB) German 2011 Boggs, Brooke (WBB) 2006 Boles, Lauren (WGO) Education 2007 Boles, Scott (MBB) Science 1984 Bolling, Derek (MGO) General Studies 2005 Bolton, Glenda (SB) Physical Educaton 1977 Boone, Tara (WGO) General Studies 2010 Booyer, Alicia (WBB) Sport Management 2008 Bowditch, Michael (MSOC) Physical Education 2005 Bowling, Darrin (MBB) Business 1995 Bowman, Amanda (SB) Business 2006 Bowman, Josie (WBB) Health Administration 1996 Boyts, Jenny (SB) Social Work 2008 Bradford, John (MSOC) Accounting/Finance 2010 Branson, Blair (SB) General Studies 2005 Brasovan, Peter (MSOC) Marketing/Int’l Studies 2008 Brauman, Abbe (VB/WBB) Education 2002 Braun, Jenny (WXC) Radiation Therapy 2009 Breneman, Zach (MTEN) Public Affairs 2007 Brennan, Eric (MGO) Finance 2004 Bretscher, Steven (MSWIM) Forensic & Inv. Science 2011 Britt, Kati (WSWIM) Education 2003 Brittain, Tammy (SB) Physical Education 1991 Brown, Matt (BASE) Business 2001 Brown, Shelly (SB) Nursing 1997 Brumbaugh, Josh (BASE) Finance 2001 Brumbaugh, Ryan (MSOC) Criminal Justice 2009 Bucci, Brenda (SB) Business 1985 Buckley, Ricky (MBB) General Studies 2004 Buckwalter, Mandy (SB) Psychology 2009 Buitron, Joe (MSOC) Physical Education 1995 Burkhardt, Andrea (WTEN) French/International Studies 2009 Burns, Brent (BASE) 2003 Burns, Kristy (VB) 2007 Burns, Lee (MSWIM) 2002 Butler, Reggie (MBB) Sociology 1983 Byard, Hillary (WTEN) Media Arts & Science 2004 Byczko, Jared (MSOC) Marketing/Int’l Studies 2008 Byles, Maushae (MBB) Continuous Education 2006 wwCC Cabbage, Aaron (MTEN) Arts 1998 Cacy, Jesse (MXC) Sport Management 2009 Caldwell, Tim (MSOC) Physical Education 1995 Cann, Jernisha (WBB) Continuing Studies 2010

BOLD JAGUARS

Name (Sport) Degree Grad Carlini, Jamie (WSWIM) Carlisle, Don (MBB) General Studies Carna, Vanessa (WTEN) Health Administration Carr, Brooke (WSWIM) Communications Carrasquillo, Lydia (SB) General Studies/Nursing Chandler, Lisa (VB) Christensen, Linda (WBB) Anthropology Clement, Troy (MGO) Paramedic Science Clements, Annie (WSWIM) Clingaman, Marc (MTEN) Business Cloud, Shari (WBB) Education Cmehil, Bernadette (WBB) Radiography Coapstick, Marc (MBB) Physical Education Coffman, Kim (VB) Cole, Brandon (MXC) Exercise Science Cole, Martin (MSOC) Management/HR Mgt. Conger, Kara (WSOC) Arts Coning, Heather (SB) Physical Education Conner, Drew (MBB) Marketing/Management Connor, Nathan (MSOC) Conrad, Adrian (MSOC) Mechanical Engineering Cook, Amy (WBB) Psychology Cook, Beth (VB) Electrical Engineering Cook, Christa (WTEN) General Studies Cooper, Keith (MBB) General Studies Corder, Dave (MBB) Education Corn, Lindsay (WSWIM) Science Cowan, Krista (WSOC) Mechanical Engineering Cowan, Todd (MSOC) General Studies Cowie, Sean (MSOC) Physical Education Craig, Devan (SB) Crawford, Blair (MBB) Arts Crenshaw, Matt (MBB) Criminal Justice Crews, Brendan (MSOC) Physical Education Crews, Brookley (WTEN) Business Crim, Brigitte (WSOC) Science Cripe, Susan (WBB) Business Crist, Megan (SB) Tourism Management Crockett, Jenna (SB) Criminal Justice Croddy, Nicole (SB/WBB) Social Work Crull, Mike (MTEN) Science Culbertson, Shawn (MBB) Physical Education Cunningham, Christina (WBB) Sport Management Cunningham, Guy (MSOC) Arts Cunningham, Michelle (WTEN) Business wwDD Dalton, Ryan (MSWIM) Criminal Justice Dancy, Angela (WBB) Nursing Darr, Tonya (SB/VB) Criminal Justice Darrow, Adam (MGO) General Studies Darvell, Whitnie (SB) Education Davidson, Greg (MSOC) Business Davis, Jessica (WXC) Physical Education Davis, Jessica (WBB) Physical Education Davis, Matthew (BASE) Journalism Davis, Tom (BASE) Deffner, Drew (MSOC) Business/Physical Ed. Del Toro, Ricky (MSOC) Arts DeLion, Jake (MSWIM) Psychology Dennis, Eddy (MSOC) Arts DiPiro, Brian (MSOC) Criminal Justice Dodd, Andy (MGO) Business Dodge, Larry (MBB) Business Downer, Amanda (WSWIM) Fine Arts Downing, Stacy (WSOC) General Studies Dudley, Andy (BASE) Mathematics Duerson, Mike (MBB) Science Dukeman, Emily (WTEN) Arts Dunbar, Kelly (MBB) Public Affairs Duncan, Andrew (MBB) Journalism Duncan, Kim (SB) Physical Education DuPriest, James (MSWIM) Biomedical Engineering Durham, Karen (WTEN) Arts wwEE Eads, Tonya (SB) Criminal Justice Eckerty, James (MSWIM) Science Eddy, Mike (MBB) Business Edwards, Jenny (SB) Business Elliott, Elaine (SB) Physical Education Ellis, Nichole (WSWIM) Secondary Education Ely, Kelli (WBB) Emerson, Lyndsey (WXC) Emmanuel, Brett (MTEN) Business Espinosa, Angelica (SB) Visual Communications Ester-Bode, Ulf (MTEN) Business Ettl, Mia (SB) Pre OT-Exercise Science Evans, Nikki (WTEN) Printmaking

Year 2007 2008 2009 2004 2002 2000 1982 1999 2003 1988 1999 2000 1975 2000 2007 2008 2004 1993 2008 2008 2008 2009 1988 1997 1999 1987 2007 2007 1999 2002 2006 2006 2004 2001 2008 2001 2003 2005 2008 1997 1986 1997 2009 1991 2005 2008 2005 2000 2006 2007 1994 2003 2003 2000 1996 2006 2007 2008 2000 2007 2000 1977 2000 2006 2001 1981 2004 1986 1998 1993 2009 2008 1991 2008 2005 1991 1977 2001 2004 2005 1990 2008 1997 2010 2008

Name (Sport) Degree Grad Year wwFF Fabry, Paul (MSOC) Science 2001 Fallowfield, Greg (MTEN) Chemistry 2007 Farrell, Jamie (WSOC) Marketing/Int’l Studies 2011 Farrell, Jenni (WSOC) Gen. Studies/Events Mgt. 2005 Farris, Justin (MSWIM) Respitory Therapy 2003 Fath, Scott (MBB) Business 1987 Felts, Emily (WGO) Marketing 2009 Femia, Armando (MSOC) Business 2002 Fentress, Amber (WTEN) Business 1999 Ferguson, Stan (MBB) Physical Education 1981 Fernandes, Leonard (MBB) Business Studies 1989 Ferrer, Dave (MTEN) Science 1993 Fields, Laurel (WSWIM) Arts 2005 Fitts, Troy (MBB) Physical Education 1987 Ford, Carrie (WSWIM) Visual Communication 2011 Foster, Eric (MBB) Psychology 1991 Fowler, Jim (MBB) Science 1976 Fowler, Mat (MTEN) Arts 2003 Frank, Ryan (MXC) Graphics 2001 Franken, Alex (MSOC) Applied Computer Science 2001 Frazier, Marci (WSOC) Interior Design 2003 Frey, Amy (WBB) 2002 Frey, Andy (MSWIM) Mechanical Engineering 2002 Fruits, Evan (MXC) Finance 2010 Fultz, Megan (SB) Physical Education 2003 Funkhouser, Kayle (MBB) Business 1994 Furge, Jenny (WXC) Criminal Justice 2006 wwGG Garcia, Gabriel (MTEN) Marketing/Supply Chain Mgt 2009 Gardner, Dana (VB/WTEN) Marketing 2011 Gardner, Jermaine (MBB) Business 2003 Garrett, Haywood (MBB) Lab Results Analysis 1983 Gaskin, Gretchen (WBB) Marketing 2011 Gay, Tyler (MGO) Business Foundation 2006 Gebhard, Lisa (SOC/TEN) Management/ Public Affairs 2008 Gehlhausen, Ross (MTEN) PE & Health Education 2008 Gepfert, Teri (WBB) 2006 Geralds, Chris (MGO) 2003 German, Samantha (VB) Arts 1995 Giger, Katie (WSOC) Chemistry 2006 Gill, Jamie (MBB) Physical Education 1974 Gill, Jennifer (WXC) 2001 Gill, Kristine (VB/WBB) Business 1993 Glenn, Nancy (VB) Physical Education 1982 Glowacki, Todd (MGO) Sport Management 2007 Goldman, Katie (WSOC) 2005 Goodnight, Danielle (VB) Math Teaching 2011 Gowin, Tom (MGO) Business 1997 Graham, Candice (SB) Business 2006 Greer, Michael (MGO) Science 2007 Greer, Samantha (WBB) Criminal Justice 2008 Greer, Stephanie (WGO) Exercise Science 2010 Grillo, Margaret (VB) Physical Education 1987 Grimm, Chas (MSWIM) PE & Health Education 2007 Grismore, Rod (MBB) Business 1988 Groover, Ashley (WXC) Dental Hygiene 2004 Gruesbeck, Michelle (VB) 2003 Gupta, Hema (WTEN) Arts 2003 Guy, Erin (WBB) Journalism 2006 wwHH Haag, Sarah (WSOC) Education 2008 Hageman, Andrea (WSWIM) Public Health 2008 Hahn, Katie (VB) Media Arts & Science 2005 Halcomb, Alyssa (WTEN) General Studies 2006 Hall, Karla (VB/WBB) Math 1990 Hallahan, Lauren (WSOC) Social Work 2008 Hallberg, Emily (WGO) General Studies 2004 Hamblen, Michelle (VB/WTEN) Media Arts & Science 2001 Hanrahan, Brooke (WSOC) General Studies 2003 Harbecke, Bruce (MBB) Physical Education 1976 Harris, Lacy (SB) Physical Education 2003 Harrison, Ashlee (WSOC) Physical Education 2002 Hart, Mike (MSOC) Physical Education 2003 Hartford, Bill (MTEN) Science 1988 Harvath, Joe (MTEN) Accounting/Finance 2007 Harvey, Cassie (SB) PETM 2010 Harvey, Cayleigh (SB) PETM 2010 Harvey, D.A. (MBB) General Studies 2003 Harvey, Sherri (WTEN) Arts 1984 Hawkins, Cliff (MBB) Physical Education 1976 Hawkins, Shelly (SB) Nursing 1984 Hawkins, Taj (MBB) Business 2003 Hayes, Alicia (SB) General Studies 2010 Hayes, Kia (WBB) Arts 2006 Hedrick, Adrienne (SB) Arts/Dental Surgery 2002 Heinzel, Audra (WSOC) Environmental Science 2002

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IUPUI Champions Name (Sport) Degree Grad Hellem, Kristin (SB) Helm, Gustavia (WBB) Criminal Justice Helphinstine, Clare (WSWIM) Radiation Therapy Helton, Brian (MSWIM) Construction Drafting Hendricks, Natalie (WBB) Nursing Hendrickson, Jomo (MSOC) Business Henninger, Matt (MTEN) Communications Henry, Joann (VB) Physical Education Hensley, Megan (WSWIM) Health Administration Hermann, Jan (MSOC) Business Hermann, Thies (MSOC) Business Hermes, Matt (MBB) Business Herr, Melissa (WBB) Business Herr, Mike (MBB) Science Hewitt, Bri (VB) Arts Hewitt, Jeff (MSOC) Education Heyde, Lauren (WSWIM) Personal Training Higginbotham, Ben (MSOC) Business Higgins, Craig (MSOC) Mechanical Engineering Hindman, Emily (WGO) Accounting Hines, Justin (MSOC) General Studies Hinkle, Janiece (SB) Physical Education Hinojosa, Philip (MSOC) Business Hock, Brandon (BASE) Hofinger, Rob (MSOC) Accounting Holdaway, Ed (BASE) Journalism Holladay, Tiffany (VB) Physical Education Holland, Natalie (WSOC) Pre-OT Exercise Science Holle, Amber (WBB) Holloway, Kelli (WGO) TCEM Holloway, Pam (VB) Arts Holmes, Rachel (VB) General Studies Hood, Pat (SB/WBB) Physical Education Hoover, Diane (WBB) Arts Hopkins, Anna (SB) Physical Education Hopper, Ryan (MXC) Political Science Horn, Jill (WTEN) Chemistry Hornyak, Niki (WSOC) Business Howard, Sarah (WSWIM) Education Hughes, Micael (WXC) Business Hughes, Michael (MGO) Business Hulsey, John (MSWIM) Arts Hummell, Marci (WSWIM) TCEM Humphreys, Jeff (MGO) Business Huntsman, Lindsey (WSWIM) Education Hutchison, Chris (MSWIM) Science wwII Iaria, Dan (MTEN) Engineering Tech Irvin, Randy (MBB) Education Irwin, Paula (WBB) Business wwJJ Jacklin, Tony (MSOC) Education Jackson, Amy Jo (WBB/SOC) Education James, Haley (WBB) Nursing James, Jessica (WBB) Education Jamicich, Jennie (WXC) Psychology Jamssens, Eboni (WBB) Physical Education Jelinski, Courtney (WGO) TCEM Jochum, Ashley (WSWIM) Radiography Johnson, Ashley (VB) Pre PT-Exercise Science Johnson, Cory (MGO) Science Johnson, Jared (MXC) Arts Johnson, Rob (MSWIM) Arts Johnson, Sharon (VB) Occupational Therapy Jones, Andrea (WXC) Business Management Jones-Brooks, Erin (VB) Education Jones, Kirk (MTEN) Computer Technician Jorjani, Ardy (MSOC) Criminal Justice Jouppi, Matthew (MSWIM) Business Jump, Jay (MBB) Business Jungels, Jodi (VB) Radiation Therapy wwKK Kalb, Marty (SB) Physical Education Kas, Jade (BASE) Business Kelly, Patrick (MSWIM) Arts Kelsheimer, Kathy (SB/VB) Kemple, Greg (MSOC) Business Kennedy, Kathy (SB) Physical Education Kiel, Angie (WBB) Physical Education King, J.J. (WSOC) King, Jim (MBB) Science King, Kim (MBB) Science King, Patrick (MSOC) Business Kisic, Louis (MSOC) Computer Engineering Kluesner, Scott (MGO) Business Knipscheer, Phil (MSOC) Business Kocher, Mike (BASE) General Studies Knox, Carlos (MBB) General Studies Knurr, Josh (MSOC) Arts Koch, Clinton (MTEN) Arts Komanec, Sarah (WXC) Biology Koss, Brynn (WTEN) Physical Therapy Krahn (Valentine), Rox Ann (WTEN) Physical Education Kremer, Aaron (MXC) Mathematics Kruse, Lisa (WSOC) Biology Kulma, Erica (VB) Science

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Year 2004 1992 2005 2002 2004 2004 1994 1994 2008 2001 2001 2001 1997 1981 2006 1997 2006 2004 1992 2008 2002 1996 2000 2003 2000 2001 2004 2011 2002 2008 1992 2010 1988 2000 1977 2006 2001 2005 2001 2005 2005 2002 2004 2002 2005 2007 1984 1998 1986 1996 2002 1999 2005 2010 2005 2010 2005 2010 2001 2002 2005 1986 2005 2007 1986 1995 2005 1985 2000 1989 1999 2007 2000 1992 1978 1993 2007 1981 1982 2002 2005 2003 1999 1999 2001 2003 1997 2009 2000 1997 2011 2010 2002

Name (Sport) Degree Grad Kunza, Jason (MSOC) Business Kwiatkowski, Brian (MSOC) Business Kwiatkowski, Tony (MSOC) Business Kyser, Tiffany (WBB) Education wwLL Lacey, Ben (MBB) Business Lackner, Jessica (WGO) Art Education Lambert, Crystal (SB) Radiography Lambert, Herb (MBB) Science Landess, Jackie (WXC) Journalism Lansdown, Christine (SB) Lantz, Josh (MXC) Arts Laughlin, Bruce (MTEN) Business Lawrence, Jaima (WBB) Science Leach, Dave (MBB) Accounting Lear, Stacey (SB) Nursing LeClair, Crystal (WXC) Ledezma, Brie (WSOC) Education Lee, Kevin (MBB) Nursing Lee, Nancy (WBB) Dental Hygiene Leger, Louie (MSOC) General Studies Lenfert, Katerina (WSWIM) Leonard, Joe (MBB) Physical Education Leonard, Sarah (WSOC) General Studies Levack, Sheri (WSOC) Biology Levensky, Vicki (SB) Physical Education Lewis, Antoine (MBB) Physical Education Liddell, Debbie (SB) General Studies Lightfoot-Shappell, Carrie (WBB) Lister, Aimee (VB) Long, Kristi (WSOC) Education Long, Pandy (VB) Arts Long, Tony (MBB) Business Longenecker, Joe (BASE) Business Longworth, John (MXC) Louden, Lindsey (WSOC) Business Lund, Christina (WSWIM) Nursing Lux, Jared (MBB) Education wwMM Mackey, Amanda (SB) PETM Madaj, Mike (MSOC) General Studies Mahabirsingh, Mykel (WSOC) Mahone, Eric (MTEN) Arts Maia, Francisco (MSOC) Pre PT-Exercise Science Mann, Chad (MGO) Science Mann, Jessie (WSOC) Psychology Manowitz, Allison (WSOC/TEN) Nursing Marchand, Troy (MSOC) Business Marcket, Anthony (MGO/TEN) Physical Therapy Marcum, Rhonda (SB) Physical Education Marshall, Regina (WBB) Business Martin, Paulette (WBB) Arts Martinez, Gina (VB) Arts Martinez, Leslie (WBB) Radiological Science Mas, Juan (MTEN) Arts Masengale, Tina (SB/VB) Computer Technician Massey, Glenna (SB/WBB) Physical Education Matusik, Jill (WSOC) Nursing May, Marcus (MBB) Business Mayo, Kyle (MBB) Business McAfee, Brooke (WBB) Science McCarty, Matt (MXC) Science McConnell, Christy (VB) General Studies McCormick, Matt (BASE) Business McCoy, Ken (MTEN) Management McCreight, Alex (WSWIM) Pre OT-Exercise Science McCrory, Katrina (WSOC) Finance/Int’l Studies/Mgt McIntyre, Travis (MSOC) General Studies McKay, Eric (MBB) Physical Education McLeish, Chrissy (WSOC) Arts McPherson, Sheila (WBB) Education Meacham, Dean (MXC) Arts Mehta, Pete (MSWIM) Science Melton, Owen (MBB) Business Mendez, Danny (BASE) Education Menken, Ivy (SB/WBB) Physical Education Mercer, Charlie (MGO) Education Mertz, Jennifer (VB) Messersmith, Jan (SB/VB/WBB) Business Meyer, Brandon (MSOC) Mechanical Engineering Millender, Ayriane (WSOC) Arts Miller, Dana (SB) Science Miller, Jennifer (SB/WBB) Social Work Miller, Kelly (WSWIM) Education Miller, Raquel (WXC) Physical Education Mistovich, Maggie (WSOC) Business Mitchell, Cathy (WBB) Printmaking Mitchell, Laura (SB/WBB) Education Mitchell, Mike (BASE) Education Mize, Bobby (MTEN) Business Mongeau, Ariane (WSWIM) Occupational Therapy Montgomery, Austin (MBB) General Studies Moody, Mia (WSOC) General Studies Moore, Shawn (MXC) Public Health Moran, Mandy (XC/SWIM) Morgan, Matt (MSWIM) Business Administration

Year 2004 1996 1992 2003 1999 2009 2000 2002 2002 2002 2005 1988 1995 1990 2006 2000 2002 1994 1978 2009 2001 1982 2005 2008 1988 2004 1989 2001 2002 1999 2002 1992 2001 2002 2003 2006 1997 2010 2006 2003 2001 2009 1996 2008 2003 2007 2002 1983 2007 1990 1993 1988 2005 1982 1988 2003 2003 1999 2006 2008 2007 2001 1987 2010 2011 2008 1985 2004 2000 2008 2006 1973 2000 1978 1996 2002 1983 2005 2008 1989 1992 2007 2004 2006 1993 1994 2003 1992 2001 2008 2007 2007 2002 2008

Name (Sport) Degree Grad Morgan, Patrick (MSWIM) Physical Education Moser, Brandy (SB) Moster, Ben (MGOLF) Accounting/Finance Muehlhausen, Amy (WBB) Education Muir, Michelle (WBB) Mechanical Engineering Mullins, Josh (MBB) General Studies Murdock, Jason (MXC) Fine Arts Murga, Monique (SB) Business Murray, Theresa (SB) Nursing Musser, Caroline (WGO) General Studies Mutz, John (MBB) Physical Education wwNN Nacovski, Vangel (MSOC) Sport Management Neal, Shawnice (WBB) Nursing Needy, Sarah (SB) Science Nellessen, Adam (MSWIM) Physical Education Nelson, Barb (WBB) Newell, Carol (VB) Sport Management Ni, Chen (WSWIM) General Studies Nichols, Chris (SB/WBB) Physical Education Nifong, Jared (MGO) Management/Marketing Nikou, Aaron (MTEN) Physical Education Noakes, Craig (MSWIM) Accounting Noble, Beckie (SB) Nursing Nobles, Leroy (MBB) General Studies Noeske, Jessica (VB) Physical Education Norris, Lindsey (WXC) Nursing Noth, Pam (WSWIM) Clinical Lab Science wwOO Odinsoff, Amy (SB) Fine Arts Oldham, Josh (MGO) General Studies O’Neal, Mary Ann (WBB) Physical Education Orzechowicz, Ryan (MSWIM) Arts Osborn, Ryan (MBB) Physical Education Otey, Adrian (MBB) Media Arts Otis, Kathy (SB) Physical Education Overstreet, Marcus (MBB) General Studies Owens, Jennifer (SB) General Studies wwPP Pallikan, Rebekah (VB) Business Parks, A.J. (MSWIM) Science Patel, Kujal (MGO) Business Patterson, Gary (MBB) Marketing Pavlechko, Ian (MGO) Sport Management Payne, Mike (MGO) Business Payne, Richard (MXC) Education Payne, Robert (MXC) Arts Pedarre, Renee (WBB) Education Pedro, Ronnie (MTEN) Business Peers, Ian (MSOC) Arts Penman, Chad (MGO) General Studies Pennycoff, Jill (WGO) Pepperworth, Cori (VB) Pettiford, Billy (MBB) Sport Management Pflum, DeAnna (VB) General Studies Phelps, Jessica (VB) Sports Management Phelps, Kami (WBB/TEN) Education Picek, Lisa (WSWIM) Physical Education Pigg, Anna (WSOC) Nursing Pilat, Angie (WSOC) Exercise Science Pinnegar, Kevin (MTEN) Arts Poehler, Justin (MSOC) Business Poitras, Sarah (WGO) General Studies Polley, Nancy (SB/WBB) Physical Education Posey, Ryan (MTEN) Education Pottorff, Greg (MSOC) History/Political Science Powell, Brian (MSWIM) Science Presnal, Kathy (SB) Arts Price, Stephanie (SB) Arts Pritchett-Messmore, Kristin (WBB) Secondary Education Provost, Charlotte (WBB) Dental Assistant Pulley, Chad (MGO) Business Purvlicis, Austris (MBB) Physical Education Puskas, Jason (MSOC) General Studies Pyatt, Marc (MTEN) Business wwQQ Query, Lacy (SB) General Studies Quivey, Raymond (MSOC) Physical Education wwRR Rabb, David (MSOC) Business Rachon, Ken (MTEN) Business Radloff, Jessica (WSWIM) Science Ramey, Jennifer (WTEN) Public Health Ray, Preston (MSWIM) Science Raynes, Meaghan (SB) Business Recker, Luke (MTEN) Business Reed, Leah (WSWIM) Science Reedus, Martin (MBB) Science Reep, Sarah (WGO) Business Reising, Karrie (WSOC/TEN) Business Reuter, Kathryn (WSOC) Arts Rexroat, Markie (WGO) Sport Management Reynolds, Lauran (WGO) Mgmt/Finance/Intl Studies Richardson, Tracy (SB) Criminal Justice Richey, Jason (MTEN) General Studies Ridenour, Jennifer (WSWIM) Nursing

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Name (Sport) Degree Grad Year Riedy, Josh (MSWIM) Mechanical Engineering 2009 Ritchie, Jessie (WTEN) General Studies 2007 Roach, CJ (MBB/TEN) Business 1977 Roach, Jeff (MBB) Business 1988 Rodgers, Jeff (MTEN) Business 1994 Rogers, Toby (BASE) General Studies 1999 Roseberry, Jessica (WGO) Education 2003 Ross, Jeremy (MSOC) General Studies 2000 Ross, Mike (MTEN) Business 2003 Rowe, Amy (WSWIM) Business 2007 Roy, Matt (MSOC) Marketing/Intl Business 2004 wwSS Saab, Javier (MTEN) Marketing 2008 Sabato, Beth (WGO) Arts 2004 Samels, Jeff (MSOC) Arts 1992 Sanchez, Andrea (SB) Arts 2003 Sanders, Chris (MBB) Business 2003 Sasse, Troy (MGO) General Studies 2001 Scanlon, Kevin (MSOC) Physical Education 1991 Schabel, Todd (MBB) Business 1989 Scheele, Robbie (MGO) Business 2007 Scheetz, Brittany (WGO) Elementary Education 2011 Schilke, Matthew (MSWIM) Business 2003 Schiller, Matt (MTEN) Arts 1996 Schlottman, Jessica (WSWIM) Media Arts & Science 2005 Schlottman, Kelly (WSWIM) Informatics 2010 Schmalzried, Elizabeth (WGO) Business 2004 Schmitt, Matt (MXC) Physical Education 2002 Schraub, Kara (VB) Nursing 1997 Schreiber, Amy (VB) Public Health 2003 Scorniaenchi, Jen (WSOC) Psychology/Comm. Studies 2008 Scott, Elizabeth (WSWIM) Fitness Studies 2009 Scott, Liz (VB) Business Studies 1989 Seashols, Paul (BASE) 1999 Shadbolt, Jerry (MTEN) Physical Education 1993 Shade, Jennifer (VB) Nursing 1994 Shafer, Drew (MGO) Business 2005 Shanks, Troy (MBB) Business 2007 Shaw, Justin (MSWIM) Mech. Engineering Tech. 2011 Sheely, Todd (MSOC) Education 2001 Shike, Amanda (WXC) Physical Education 2008 Shotts, Tina (SB/VB) Physical Education 1987 Shrum, Cathy (SB) 2001 Simmons, Greg (MBB) General Studies 1996 Simmons, Nick (MGO) Business 2000 Simon, Russell (MXC) Business 2002 Sinish, Mike (MTEN) Business 2002 Slack, Brian (MTEN) Physical Education 2004 Slain, David (MBB) Telecommunication 1994 Slayback, Ryan (WGO) General Studies 2005 Sliney, Samantha (WSOC) Arts 2007 Slunaker, Jeff (BASE) General Studies 2000 Smith, Angelo (MBB) Sport Management 2007 Smith, Ben (MSWIM) Mechanical Engineering 2010 Smith, Matthew (MSOC) Science 2007 Smith, Tanna (VB) Arts 2007 Sneed, Johanna (WSWIM) Physical Education 2002 Sneed, Lacy (WSWIM) Art Education 2005 Snyder, Amanda (WSOC) Health Services Mgmt. 2011 Snyder, Jeff (MGO) Business 1999 Sobocinski, Michelle (VB) 2006 Sommers, Nancy (WBB) Physical Education 1978 Sparks, Sara (VB) Arts 2002 Spaulding, Morgan (VB) Arts 2005 Spencer, Chris (MBB) General Studies 2002 Speshyock, Stacey (SB) P.E. & Personal Training 2006 Stachel, Lauren (WBB) Physical Education 1991 Stackhouse, Farren (WBB) Psychology 2010 Stagg, Jennifer (WSWIM) General Studies 2003 Stanforth, Holly (WSOC) Business 2002 Stanley, Kristina (SB) Education 2007 Stassis, Cal-Jammie (WSWIM) Biology 2005 Stemle, Mallory (WTEN) Business 2006 Stipcak, Donya (WGO) Business 2006 Stocker, Kalah (WSOC) Science 2005 Stofko, Tony (MTEN) TCEM 2008 Stoner, Floyd (MSOC) Arts 1992 Stoute, Chad (MGO) General Studies 2004 Strickland, Sterling (MSWIM) General Studies 2004 Strohmeyer, Amy (SB)/(WBB) Physical Education 1991 Stroud, Lance (MGO) Business Foundation 2007 Stroud, Sharon (SB) Education 1996 Stuart, Chase (MSOC) Arts 2002 Stuart, Darla (WBB) Physical Education 1995 Stuart, Paige (WSOC) Arts 2003 Stucker, Jennifer (WBB) Business 2000 Stuhlmacher, Eli (MSWIM) General Studies 2006 Suding, Monica (VB) Elementary Education 2011 Sullivan, Danny (BASE) Business/Finance 2001 Sullivan, Mike (MSOC) Marketing/Distribution 2005 Summerlot, Steve (SWIM/XC) Arts 2001 Sutton, Linda (SB) Physical Education 1978 Swaim, Kristin (SB) Physical Education 2006 Swift, Kyle (MSWIM) Science 2005 Swift, Tara (SB) Events Management 2005 Sykes, Heather (WTEN) 2001

BOLD JAGUARS

Name (Sport) Degree Grad Year wwTT Tapy, Shawn (MTEN) Business 1996 Tarvin, Nick (MTEN) Science 2006 Tate, BryKeesha (WBB) Sport Management 2009 Taylor, Leah (WTEN) Dental Hygiene 2007 Taylor, Merri (SB) Physical Education 1982 Taylor, Monica (WBB) Science 1992 Taylor, Tim (MTEN) Physical Education 1989 Taylor, Tracy (SB/WBB) Physical Education 1985 Taylor, Wayne (MBB) Arts 1981 Teepe, Greg (MBB) Science 1993 Thiemann, Amy (WGO) Criminal Justice 2008 Thomas, Jennifer (WBB) General Studies 2007 Thomas, Rodney (MBB) Education 2001 Thompson, Allison (WTEN) Interior Design Technology 2008 Thompson, Tracy (VB) Medical Records Ad 1993 Tielking, Alissa (WXC) Arts 2008 Tipmore, Brian (MTEN) Business 1992 Tobar, Jeff (MTEN) Arts 1996 Tomaski, Deb (SB) 2003 Toroni, Steve (MSWIM) Business 2005 Trame, Rob (MSWIM) Business 2006 Trotter, Gerald (MBB) Metro Studies 1979 Tubbs, Bryan (MSOC) Science 1996 Tuel, Sarah (WSWIM) Health Administration 2001 Tupper, Anne-Marie (WBB) Liberal Arts 2006 Turk, Heidi (SB) P.E./Personal Training 2006 Tuttle, Jaron (MSWIM) Accounting/Finance 2009 wwUU Ullrich, Diane (WTEN) Social Work 1994 Upton, Jason (MBB) Business 1994 Urbanik, Mike (MXC) Education 2007 wwVV Valencia, Emily (WSWIM) Interior Design Technology 2010 Valse, Amanda (WTEN) Arts 2004 van Gessel, Sarah (WTEN) Education 2000 Van Senus, Bill (MBB) Management/HR Mgmt. 2008 Van Vuren, Erin (WXC) 2006 Vansickel, Jamie (WSWIM) 2003 Vavrek, Michal (MBB) Business 2007 Vessely, Sara (SB) General Studies 2002 Vester, Gretchen (SB/VB) Physical Education 1987 Vetor, Crissy (SB) Social Work 2003 Vidimos, Joan (WSOC) Nursing 2006 Vinson, Angela (VB) 2004 Voglewede, Becky (VB) Business 1990 Volovich, Angie (WSOC) Public Affairs 2005 Vosevich, Greg (MSOC) Elementary Education 1999 wwWW Wade, Holly (WSWIM) General Studies 2006 Waggoner, Laura (WTEN) Business 2001 Walker, Leslie (WSOC) Psychology 2010 Waller, Katoni (MBB) General Studies 2002 Walsh, Lindsy (WXC) Education 2008 Walton, Kathy (WTEN) Arts 1995 Ward, Erin (WXC) 2004

Name (Sport) Degree Grad Watt, Angie (WBB) Mathematics Webster, Sarah (WSOC) Communication Studies Wegerhoff, Jeddah (MSWIM) Arts Weidenhammer, Leslie (WBB) Physical Education Weigman, Eric (MSOC) Finance Weihert, Natalie (WXC) Physical Education Weiler, Greg (MSOC) Physical Education Wenger, Brandon (MGO) Finance Wenger, Justin (MGO) Mechanical Engineering Werling, Kelli (WBB) General Studies West, Julie (WSWIM) Wey, Chris (MSOC) Elementary Education Whatley, Nicole (WSWIM) Physical Education Wheeler, Andrew (MSWIM) Business Wheeler, Brad (MXC) Sport Management Wheeler, Brian (MSWIM) Sport Management Wheeler, Kurt (MBB) Business Wheeler, Victoria (WSWIM) Nursing White, Scott (MSOC) Physical Education Whiteford, Randy (MSOC) Business Whitlow, Sue (SB/VB) Science Whitted, Julia (WBB) Psychology Wilkes, Randy (MBB) Public Affairs Wilkinson, Nick (MSOC) Psychology Williams, Anthony (MBB) General Studies Williams, Derek (MBB) General Studies Williams, Kelly (WSOC) Elementary Education Williams, Michelle (WXC) Respiratory Therapy Williams, Sarah (VB) Williams, Tessa (WTEN) General Studies Willoughby, Vicki (WBB) Physical Education Wilson, Matt (MSWIM) Science Winger, Ashley (WGO) Business Winter, John (MSWIM) Witherspoon, Mohammed (MBB) Arts Wolkoff, Coley (MBB) English Woodford, Bob (MBB) Physical Education Wooten, Julie (SB) Wright, David (MBB) Arts Wright, Greg (MBB/BASE) Physical Education Wright, Heather (SB) wwYY Yamabe, Tsuyoshi (MTEN) Business Yoder, Aaron (MSOC) Physical Education Yoder, Michelle (WTEN) Education Young, Allison (SB) Yunes, Jorge (MTEN) Management wwZZ Zello, Ed (MBB) Business Zink, Tyler (MGO) Human Resource Mgt. Zoss, Steven (MSWIM) Mechanical Engineering Zych, Rhett (MSOC) Arts

Current women’s diver Chen Ni was one of 26 former Jaguars who was crowned a Champion at Commencement 2011.

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