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Winthrop Women’s Golf

Katie Bolling Senior

Kayla Cline Senior

2011-12 Media Guide


2011-12 Women’s Golf Team

Members of the 2011-12 Winthrop Women’s Golf Team are, front row, from left to right: Jennifer Digler, Nicole Mooberry, Allison Lee, Rachel Wyatt; back row, from left to right: head coach Jodi Wendt, Viivi Nuorti, Kayla Cline, Allison Itria, Katie Bolling, volunteer assistant Nancy Capps

2011-12 Women’s Golf Roster Name Katie Bolling Kayla Cline Jennifer Dilger Allison Itria Allison Lee Nicole Mooberry Viivi Nuorti Rachel Wyatt

Class Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. R-So. R-So. Fr. Fr.

Ht. 5-3 5-5 5-2 5-7 5-5 5-1 5-8 5-8

Hometown New Brighton, MN Socorro, NM Palmdale, CA Lubbock, TX Salisbury, NC Norfolk, NE Helsinki, Finland Blythewood, SC

Coaching Staff Jodi Wendt Nancy Capps

Head Coach (6th Season) Volunteer Coach (2nd Season)

Previous School Irondale H.S. Socorro H.S. Quartz Hill H.S. Monterey H.S. Salisbury H.S. Norfolk H.S. Makelanrinne Sports High Blythewood H.S.


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Table of Contents/Quick Facts 2011-2012 QUICK FACTS Location: Rock Hill, SC Founded: 1886 Enrollment: 6,400 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big South Conference Nickname: Eagles Colors: Garnet (PMS 201) and Gold (PMS 123) President: Dr. Anthony J. DiGiorgio Alma Mater/Year: Gannon/ 1964 Athletic Director: Tom Hickman Alma Mater/Year: Wake Forest/ 1970

MEDIA RELATIONS

ON THE COVER The 2011-12 Winthrop Woen’s Golf Media Guide features on the cover, from left to right: seniors Katie Bolling and Kayla Cline

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2011-12 Roster ............................... IFC Table of Contents/Quick Facts .........3 The University .................................4-5 President Anthony J. DiGiorgio .......6 Athletic Department Staff .................7 Outstanding Facilities .......................8 A Great Location ................................9 Golf Facility ......................................10 Athletic Training .............................. 11 Student Services .............................12 Strength & Conditioning ............13-14

Katie Bolling Senior

Coaching Staff ............................15-16 Kayla Cline Senior

Season Outlook ...............................17 Meet The Team ............................18-26

2011-12 Media Guide

Asst. AD for Media Relations/Golf Contact: Jack Frost Alma Mater/Year: Eastern Kentucky/ 1972 Office Phone: (803) 323-2129 ext. 6245 E-Mail Address: frostj@winthrop.edu Asst. Media Relations Director: Brett Redden Office Phone: (803) 323-2129 ext. 6246 E-Mail Address: reddenb@winthrop.edu Media Relations Assistant: Wesley Herring E-Mail Address: herringw@winthrop.edu Office Phone: (803) 323-2129, ext. 6067 FAX Phone: (803) 323-2433 Mailing Address: Winthrop Coliseum 1162 Eden Terrace Rock Hill, SC 29733

2011 Fall Statistics...........................27 Big South Conference ................28-29 Big South Honors ............................30 Postseason Honors .........................31 Record Book ...............................32-34

CREDITS

Radio/TV Roster.............................IBC

The 2011-12 Winthrop women’s golf media guide was designed, written and edited by Wesley Herring, Media Relations Assistant. Photo services were provided by Jack Frost, Winthrop Assistant AD/Media Relations and Sideline Sports. For more information, please contact the Winthrop Media Relations Office at 803-323-2129, ext. 6245.

2011-12 Schedule.........................OBC

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COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Jodi Wendt Alma Mater/Year: Minnesota State/1995 Years At Winthrop: 8th overall and 6th as head coach Volunteer Assistant Coach: Nancy Capps Years At Winthrop: 2nd year Office Phone: (803) 323-2129 ext. 6442 Strength Coach: Hayes Galitski Athletic Trainer: Danielle Ribbons


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The University

This is Winthrop University One of America's Best

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Steeped in tradition, Winthrop is a public institution with regional prominence. At ounded in 1886, Winthrop University Winthrop, students excel in an academic is rated as one of the top regional environment that is second to none among higher education institutions in the nation. South Carolina’s senior colleges and The picturesque campus is ideally teaching universities. Unique academic located in the beautiful upstate section of course offerings and modern, well-equipped South Carolina in the growing city of Rock facilities guarantee a national-caliber Hill and only 30 minutes from Charlotte, North education. With all that Winthrop has to offer, Carolina. Winthrop’s 100-acre main campus it should be no surprise that U.S. News & and its 300-acre athletic complex is home to a World Report has ranked Winthrop as a top student body that numbers nearly 6,400. ten Southern regional public university for 20 Winthrop is large enough to offer consecutive issues while Consumer Digest a wide range of academic and extra-curricular ranks Winthrop as one of the top 50 Best opportunities found at larger universities Values in Colleges and Universities. while at the same time small enough to encourage personal interaction with professors and staff. 4


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The University

where students live, learn and lead 5


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President Anthony J. DiGiorgio Now in his 23rd year as president of Winthrop University, Dr. Anthony J. DiGiorgio believes that attaining excellence requires three things: • caring more than some might think is wise, • risking more than some might think is safe, and • dreaming more than some might think is practical.

“We at Winthrop encourage excellence in all endeavors, both in the classroom and in the playing arena.”

That approach has resulted in Dr. DiGiorgio now being the longest- serving president of any public university in South Carolina, while Winthrop University has grown from a regional college with a venerable history to a national-caliber comprehensive university that helps set the pace for quality higher education. Today, Winthrop University is regularly rated among the top public institutions of its kind in the South by U.S. News and World Report, winning accolades for:  academic excellence  emphasis on students’ personal character development  commitment to diversity  award-winning student programming  sound fiscal management, and  overall institutional excellence.

National publications, including Barron’s Best Buys and The Princeton Review, also rate Winthrop University among the “best buy, best value” institutions in the nation. U.S. News and World Report in 2010 also named Winthrop to its “Keep An Eye On These Schools” list of institutions that have recently made “the most promising and innovative changes in academics, faculty, students, campus or facilities.” Some of the University’s notable accomplishments during Dr. DiGiorgio’s tenure include:  the designation change from Winthrop College to Winthrop University in 1992;  Winthrop’s first capital campaign, which raised $31.2 mil-

lion for scholarships, academic program enhancements and more faculty development and research opportunities; more than $120 million in capital building projects that have adapted the University’s historic campus to contemporary needs, including a new Life Sciences Building; The Courtyard residence hall; Owens Hall, a general use academic building; the West Center for Health, Physical Education and Wellness; Carroll Hall, an academic facility for the College of Business Administration, the Culp Chiller Plant. and the DiGiorgio Campus Center, named for President DiGiorgio and his wife, Gale.

Dr. DiGiorgio began his presidency by articulating a “Vision of Distinction” for Winthrop, then leading the university community in designing a series of annual work plans that advance the goals encompassed by the vision. Each new year’s work plan builds on the foundation of the previous year’s achievements. DiGiorgio likens it to a family’s achievements, with each new generation building on the foundation of its elders — an observation drawn from his own youth. The son of an immigrant bricklayer, Dr. DiGiorgio was born in Sharon, Pa. Like many immigrants to America, the DiGiorgios found that hard work and persistence were the keys to survival – key elements that characterize the DiGiorgio leadership style today. After receiving his undergraduate degree at Gannon College, Dr. DiGiorgio earned his master’s and doctoral degrees from Purdue University, where he later became an instructor and Assistant to the Dean of Humanities, Social Science and Education. In 1970, he began 19 years of service at The College of New Jersey, where he served in a number of positions, including Vice President for Academic Affairs. Dr. DiGiorgio has served two terms on the board of directors of the NCAA Board and its executive committee, as well as two terms as president of the Big South Conference, He currently chairs the Membership Committee. In addition, he has served on the board of directors of the Charlotte branch of the Federal Reserve Bank, Richmond District, and in 2009-2010 began a second term on the board of the Charlotte Regional Partnership, a regional economic development organization serving 2.5 million people in both Carolinas.

Winthrop President Anthony DiGiorgio and First Lady Gale

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Athletic Department Staff Tom Hickman Director of Athletics Tom Hickman is in his 16th year as Winthrop’s director of athletics. He was appointed to the position in July of 1996 after serving as associate athletic director for seven years. The North Carolina native graduated from Wake Forest University in 1970, and also received his master’s degree from Wake Forest in 1974. Hickman is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), and is a former member of the NCAA Div. I Management Council, the NCAA Legislative Review and Interpretations Committee, the NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee, and currently serves on the Division I Championships/Sports Management Cabinet. He serves on the Big South Conference Budget and Basketball Tournament committees. He and his wife, Karen, are parents of two sons, Wesley and Brett, and a daughter, Lauren.

Dan Murray Associate AD for Facilities Operations

Scott McDonald Associate AD

Jack Frost Assistant AD for Media Relations

Dan Hopper

Jeff Lahr

Assistant AD for Marketing & Sales

Assistant AD for Athletic Training

for Compliance, Student Services & Donor Relations

Norma McDuffie Director of CHAMPS/ Life Skills SWA

Brett Redden Assistant Director Media Relations

Wesley Herring Media Relations Assistant

Everett Hutto Director of New Media

Kelvin Thomas Director of Video Services

Aimee Kline Director of Marketing & Promotions

Debbie Newsome Athletic Business Manager

Larry McLaine Ticket Manager

Sharen DuBard Director of Eagle Club/Varsity Club

Linda Dorsett Membership Services Coordinator

Evelyne Weeks NCAA Faculty Representative

Claire Mooney-Melvin Academic Services Intern

Hayes Galitski Head Strength Coach

Greg Adamson Assistant Strength Coach

Dan Lundy Assistant Athletic Trainer

Kathy Boulware Administrative

Kathy Boulware Administrative

Kathy Boulware Administrative Assistant

Kelly McGinnis Administrative Assistant

Brittany Bingham Assistant Athletic Trainer

Charlie Hart Assistant Athletic Trainer

Danielle Ribbons Assistant Athletic Trainer

Diane Wright Administrative Assistant

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Outstanding Facilities

Belk Track Complex Winthrop Coliseum

Terry Field

Eagle Field

Memorial Courts

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A Great Location Winthrop is located just 20 minutes from downtown Charlotte, NC and the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. Professional sports teams such as the Carolina Panthers of the NFL, the NBA Charlotte Bobcats and the AAA Baseball Charlotte Knights are also located within a few miles of the Winthrop campus. Historic downtown Rock Hill with its restaurants and pubs is only a short distance from campus .

Charlotte’s Skyline

Time-Warner Arena

Bank of America Stadium Knights Stadium

Downtown Rock Hill

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Athletic Training Winthrop provides five full-time certified athletic trainers along with three graduate assistant trainers. Winthrop’s Athletic Training staff’s goal is to attain excellence in all aspects of sports medicine. The staff works hard to deliver the highest quality health care to all of its studentathletes. Jeff Lahr, Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Training, is in his 18th year at Winthrop. The full-time staff of assistant athletic trainers includes Brittany Bingham, Danielle Ribbons, Daniel Lundy, and Charlie Hart. Several students enrolled in the University’s athletic training program are also involved in helping with daily training room and game management duties. The University athletic training department is teamed up with Dr. John Temple, a former member of the Winthrop men’s basketball team who serves on staff at Ortho Carolina, and Dr. Derrick Blackwell of Piedmont Family Practice at Tega Cay to provide the best healthcare for its student-athletes.

Jeff Lahr Asst. AD for Athletic Training Jeff Lahr is in his 18th year as Winthrop’s head athletic trainer. A native of Whitehouse, Ohio, Lahr earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Toledo in 1989 and received his master’s degree in sports medicine from Michigan State in 1991. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), and began his professional career in 1991 at North Carolina Central in Durham. He and his wife, Marta, are the parents of two sons, A.J., age 15, and Tyler, age 14 and a daughter, Kendall, age 13. The Lahrs reside in Rock Hill.

Graduate Assistants

Brittany Bingham Assistant

Dan Lundy Assistant

Charlie Hart Assistant

Danielle Ribbons Assistant

Kelly Wright

Amy Humphries

Carlie Clark

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Student Services

The Coca-Cola Academic Resource Center provides a staffed study hall for student-athletes Winthrop Athletics is strongly committed to the welfare and support of its student-athletes through its Academics, Student Services and Compliance offices. Winthrop’s committment to academic integrity is demonstrated by providing its student-athletes with a variety of resources which are housed in the Rock Hill Coca-Cola Academic Resource Center to help them achieve success in the classroom. The academic staff works closely with its student-athletes throughout their entire experience at Winthrop University to ensure their academic success. Services include advising studentathletes regarding general academic issues, NCAA academic eligibility and degree planning. Winthrop also assists students with the University academic requirements - proper counseling to studentathletes in academic planning matters such as goal setting, plans of study, schedule building, choosing majors and degree requirements. The academic services staff also makes student-athletes aware of the NCAA, Big South Conference, and Winthrop University academic policies that affect their academic progress.

Computer lab is available to student-athletes

Scott McDonald Assoc. AD for Compliance, Student Services & Donor Relations

Norma McDuffie Joanna Harris Director of Academic CHAMPS/Life Skills Director Senior Women’s Administrator & Student-Athlete Services

CHAMPS/Life Skills Programs Winthrop University is committed to providing the student-athlete with personal development opportunities that will challenge and enhance the individual’s collegiate experience. The program is designed to provide the student-athlete with leadership and service learning experiences. In addition, programs and seminars address career development, academic success, and personal achievement. The CHAMPS/Life Skills Program (Challenging Athletes Minds for Personal Success) was founded in 1991 by the NCAA Foundation and the Division 1-A Athletic Directors’ Association. As part of the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, the Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) was formed to hear the “voice” of student-athletes, help provide feedback to the Coordinator and allow student-athletes a voice in certain policies and events pertaining to them. Student-Athlete Advisory Council The Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) is a representative body of every varsity sport at Winthrop University. The Council is student-athlete led. Representatives of each athletic team work with the CHAMPS/Life Skills Coordinator to oversee the program and make sure the program is meeting the needs of the Winthrop University student-athletes. Through the efforts of SAAC, Winthrop has won the 2009, 2010 and 2011 Kallander Cup from the Big South Conference for its community service.

Winthrop Athletics holds its staff and student-athletes to the highest standards of honesty, fairness, and professional ethics. A student-athlete computer lab in the coliseum is provided for the athletes during set hours as well. Tutoring is also provided to all student-athletes. The Academic Coordinator works closely with the academic departments of Winthrop to provide student-athletes with highly recommended and trained tutors. Study Hall is one area utilized to assist student-athletes in developing effective time management skills. All incoming student-athletes (freshmen and transfers) are required to complete a prescribed number of study hall hours each week.

Winthrop’s Student Athlete Advisory Council plays a key role in serving needs of the student-athletes

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Strength & Conditioning Since Winthrop began its Strength and Conditioning program eight years ago, it has quickly become very valuable to the success of Winthrop Athletics. The program was created to aid in injury prevention and improve the athletes performance. All student-athletes receive personal instructions and attention. Hayes Galitski serves as head strength coach and is beginning his fourth year in that role after one year as the assistant strength coach. He is responsible for

Hayes Galitski

designing and implementing the strength and conditioning programs for all 18 sports teams. Greg Adamson is in his first year as an assistant coach while Kaley Viola is beginning her first year as a graduate assistant. strength coach.

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Coaching Staff Jodi Wendt

Nancy Capps

Head Coach 6th Season Minnesota State, 1995

Volunteer Coach 2nd Season Arizona State, 1983

Jodi Wendt, the 2009 Big South Conference Coach of the Year, is entering her eighth season overall with the Winthrop women’s golf program and sixth as the head coach. She came to Winthrop in 2003 as an assistant coach under former longtime head coach Eddie Weldon, who retired after 19 years at the helm of the Lady Eagles following the 2005-06 season. Prior to joining the Lady Eagles staff, Wendt was a nine-year LPGA Teaching Professional and former player on the Players West Professional Tour. During her tenure Winthrop has had 10 players named Big South All-Conference and Big South Golfer of the Week. The Lady Eagles have also had one golfer placed on the Big South All-Academic Team in each of her six seasons as head coach. Jutta Degerman was selected as the 2008 Big South Golfer of the Year, while two players have been named the Big South Freshman of the Year. She has had three players honored as NGCA Academic All-American within the last two seasons. A native of Hutchinson, MN, Wendt graduated from Minnesota State University in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in social studies education and a minor in political science. She was a four-year member of the school’s golf team and was honored as an Academic AllAmerican in each of her four years. As a collegiate player, she earned All-American honors twice and was the 1996 Arizona State Amateur Champion. “Jodi’s experience as a collegiate and professional player, coupled with her vast experience as an LPGA Class A instructor, is going to enhance the Winthrop program,” said Weldon. “Her experience as a teaching professional is clearly above anything we have had here before.” In 2008, Wendt was inducted into the Minnesota State Athletics Hall of Fame. She earned a coaching certificate upon graduation and served as a girl’s golf coach at Hutchinson (MN) High School from 2001-2003. Wendt also served as head golf pro and manager of Meadow Links Golf Course in Hutchinson for three years. Prior to returning to her hometown to coach and serve as a club pro, Wendt was an assistant golf pro for three years at a course in Queen Creek, AZ, and for two years at a course in Glendale, AZ.

Nancy Capps is entering her second season as the Volunteer Assistant Coach of the Winthrop women’s golf program. She comes to Winthrop after spending the previous 10 years as both a golf instructor and coach. In 2010 Capps was an assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s golf teams as Division II Pfeiffer College. The women’s team would finish the season in second place at the Conference Carolina’s tournament. She also spent the 2009 season at Division II Belmont Abbey as an assistant coach for the women’s golf team, where it caputured the Catawba College Invitational. Capps also held mutliple instructional duties during that time including the Edwin Watts Golf Store (2007-10), Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation (2004-10) and Jim Bell Harris Driving Range (2001-03). During this time she played in nine LPGA Tour tournaments and 26 LPGA Pro-Am events. She worked as a Golf Instructor at the Dana Rader Golf School in Charlotte, NC from 2000-01, Associate Director of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Golf Ministry in Ponte Vedra, FL from 1998-2000 and Golf Instructor at the Ben Sutton Golf School in Ruskin, FL from 1992-97. Capps enjoyed a 13-year playing career (1986-98) on the LPGA Tour where she competed in over 220 events and pro-ams. She played on the Futures Tour from 1983-86 and won a Futures Tour event in 1986. Also in 1986, Capps finished second at the LPGA Tour School. She posted a second place finish at the 1987 Jamie Farr Toledo Classic, and played in four USGA Women’s Open events. She graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Physical Education, and played four years on the Sun Devils Women’s Golf Team (1978-83). Capps was an All-Conference player for the Western Collegiate Athletic Association and NCAA Championship participant in 1983. In 1982 and 1983 she competed in the USGA Women’s Amateur, and was a National USGA Public Links Champion in 1982. Before enrolling at Arizona State, Capps was a Far East Department of Defense High School Women’s champion in 1978.

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Season Outlook Lady Eagles Enter 2011-12 With Mixture Of Seasoned Veterans, Talented Newcomers The 2011-12 Winthrop women’s golf team is made up of seasoned returnees and a very talented group of freshmen. The Lady Eagles will be looking to their upperclassmen for leadership on and off the course this season. Head coach Jodi Wendt enters her sixth season at the helm of the Winthrop women’s golf program, and eighth overall, with three seniors, two redshirt-sophomores and three freshmen on the roster. Leading the way for the Lady Eagles is senior Kayla Cline (Socorro, NM). The 2010 All-Big South Conference member was the top performer during the 2011 fall season with a 78.73 stroke average. She also had her most consistent play during her collegiate career by shooting a 72, 78 and 76 at the UNCG Starmount Fall Classic. Cline posted one top 10 finish during the fall season and she finished tied for ninth place at the UNCG Starmount Fall Classic. Another leader on the team is fellow senior Katie Bolling (New Brighton, MN). Bolling, a three-time NGCA All-American Scholar, had a strong start to her season with a 79.73 stroke average during the fall and a 15th place finish at The Winthrop Intercollegiate. She finished the fall third on the team in stroke average. The third, and final, senior on the 2011-12 roster is Allison Itria (Austin, TX). Itria’s experience on the golf course will be looked to for leadership during the spring season. She did not play in any events during the fall. Leadership is also coming from the squad’s two redshirtsophomores Allison Lee (Salisbury, NC) and Nicole Mooberry (Norfolk, NE). Lee average a stroke average of 81.55 during the fall season and had her best finish yet with a 17th place finish at The Winthrop Intercollegiate. Mooberry played in two events (five rounds total) during the fall where she averaged an 83.80 stroke average. She was also named to the 2011 NGCA All-American Scholar Team. Winthrop’s strong freshman class is made up of Jennifer Dilger (Palmdale, CA), Viivi Nuorti (Helsinki, Finland) and Rachel Wyatt (Blythewood, SC). Dilger had a great start to her collegiate career as a Lady Eagle by finishing second on the team with a 79.36 stroke average and a fourth place finish in The Winthrop Intercollegiate. She finished tied for the team-lead in rounds played with 11. Nuorti also began her college career with a top 10 finish in her first collegiate tournament after placing fourth at The Winthrop Intercollegiate shooting back-to-back rounds of 75 and 77. She posted a fall stroke average of 84.75 in eight rounds played. Wyatt played in only one event in the fall, but will be looked upon as being an impact player in the future. She finished in 29th place with a best round of 81 at The Winthrop Intercollegiate. Wyatt posted a stroke average of 83 in two rounds played. The Lady Eagles played in four events during the 2011 fall season, all of which took place in the month of October. Winthrop opened up its season Oct. 2-4 at the UNCG Starmount

Fall Classic in Greensboro, NC before hosting The Winthrop Intercollegiate Oct. 8-9. The final two fall tournaments for the Lady Eagles were the Blue Raider Invitational in Murfreesboro, TN (Oct. 24-25) and Paladin Invitational in Greenville, SC (Oct. 28-30). Winthrop will kick off its 2012 spring season with the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate (Feb. 26-28). The Lady Eagles’ month of March consists of three tournaments beginning in Southport, NC Mar. 10-11 with the Spider Spring Break Golf Invitational, which is hosted by the University of Richmond. Winthrop then travels to Monterey, CA for the Del Monte Invitational (Mar. 18-20) before concluding the month with the UNCW Lady Seahawk Classic (Mar. 24-25). The final regular season tournament will be the 2012 Big South Conference Championship on Apr. 9-10. The Big South Conference Championship will again be played at the Patriot Golf Club in Ninety-Six, SC.

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Meet The Team Katie Bolling Sr., 5-3 New Brighton, MN New Brighton H.S. Fall Highlights (2011) Was third on the team during the fall with a 79.73 stroke average in 11 rounds played to go with her 877 total strokes compiled. Her best finish of tied for 15th came at The Winthrop Intercollegiate, while her low round of 77 was at the Blue Raider Invitational. Junior Highlights (2010-2011) Finished her junior season with an 80.52 stroke average in 21 rounds played and 1691 total strokes. She compiled her best round 75 twice and best finish of tied for sixth at the USA Lady Jaguar Invitational. Had two top 10 finishes. Was named to the 2010-11 NGCA All-American Scholar Team for the second consecutive season. Voted to the Capitol One CoSIDA Academic All-District Second Team. Placed on the Big South All-Academic Team. Sophomore Highlights (2009-2010) Played in 16 rounds and accumlated a total of 1272 strokes. Posted a stroke average of 79.50 and had a best finish of tied for 14th at the CSU Wendy’s Invitational. Her best round of 75 came during the Big South Conference Championships. Was named to the 2009-10 NGCA All-American Scholar Team. Freshman Highlights (2008-2009) Competed in 16 rounds as a freshman and compiled a total 1305 strokes. Posted a best round score of 74 two different times, and had a best finish of tied for 26th place at The Winthrop Intercollegiate. Amateur and High School Highlights Graduated from Irondale High School with the highest honors and was a member of the National Honors Society. Was named All-State in 2007 and 2008. Won the Minnesota Players Tournament of Champions in 2007. Finished runner-up at the 2007 Minnesota State girls competition. Also won the North Suburban Conference Championship from 2006-2008. Personal Born on July 4, 1989. Is the daughter of Fran Bolling. Majoring in Biochemistry. Coach Wendt on Bolling “It will be both fun and sad to watch Katie’s final season of play. But, I know the sky is the limit to her future.”

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Meet The Team Kayla Cline Sr., 5-4 Socorro, NM Socorro H.S. Fall Highlights (2011) Was the team’s top player during the fall as she had a 78.73 stroke average and one top 10 finish. Her lone top 10 finish came at the UNCG Starmount Fall Classic where she tied for ninth place. Played in a total of 11 rounds and compiled 866 total strokes. She had a best round of 72 at the UNCG Starmount Fall Classic. Junior Highlights (2010-2011) Had two top 10 finishes during her junior campaign. Finished tied for the team-lead in rounds played with 23, and compiled 1841 total strokes. Tallied a stroke average of 80.04 and had a best round of 75 at The Winthrop Intercollegiate. Her best finished of tied for sixth also came at The Winthrop Intercollegiate. Sophomore Highlights (2009-2010) Named to the Big South All-Conference Team after tying for sixth place at the Big South Conference Championships, which was her best finish of the season lone top 10 finish. Played in 23 rounds and posted a stroke total of 1852. Recorded a stroke average of 80.52, and had a best round of 71 at the Big South Conference Championships. Freshman Highlights (2008-2009) Played in 13 rounds for a stroke total of 1060. Recorded a stroke average of 81.54. Her best finish of the season was a top 10 finish as she placed tied for ninth at the UTC Lady Mocs Classic, and a best round of 71 came at the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate. Amateur and High School Highlights Was the A-AAA New Mexico Activities Association State Golf Champion in 2007 and 2008. Selected to the New Mexico Activities Association District 4 A-AAA Champion from 2004-2008. Was a 2007 US Publicd Links Qualifier and US Girls Junior Qualifier in 2006. Is a four-time qualifer for the Callaway Junior World Golf Championship. Personal Born on September 20, 1989. Is the daughter of Max George and Berizana Cline. Majoring in Health Care Management. Coach Wendt on Cline “Kayla has been a blessing to the Winthrop program the day she walked on campus. I know she has great things to come in her future. Her graduation will be a big loss to Winthrop.”

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Meet The Team Allison Itria R-Sr., 5-7 Lubbock, TX Monterey H.S. Fall Highlights (2011) Did not play in any events during the fall. Redshirt-Junior Highlights (2010-2011) Played in 12 rounds with a total of 983 strokes. Had a 81.92 stroke average to go with her best round of 77, which came at the USA Lady Jaguar Invitational. Her best finish of tied for 25th place was at the Low Country Intercollegiate. Redshirt-Sophomore Highlights (2009-2010) Appeared in a total of 12 rounds and accumulated a total of 997 strokes. Tallied a stroke average of 83.08. Had a best round of 79 and best finish of 24th at the Big South Conference Championships. Played a total of three rounds as an individual. Sophomore Highlights (2008-2009) Did not play in any events. Freshman Highlights (2007-2008) Named Big South Freshman of the Year. Competed in 18 rounds and compiled 1428 strokes. Posted one top 10 finish as she tied for sixth place at the Lady Braveheart Challenge. Had a stroke average of 79.33 and best round of 72 at the Lady Paladin Invitational. Amateur and High School Highlights Lettered in varsity golf from 2004-07 at Monterey High School. Personal Born on May 23, 1989. Is the daughter of Al and Alicia Itria. Majoring in Marketing. Coach Wendt on Itria “Allison will be looked at to make a big impact in her final season of play. I am excited to see what the future has in store for her.”

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Meet The Team Allison Lee R-So., 5-5 Salisbury, NC Salisbury H.S. Fall Highlights (2011) Finished the fall season tied for the team-lead in rounds played at 11 and had 897 total strokes. Posted a stroke average of 81.55 and compiled her best round of 78 at the UNCG Starmount Fall Classic. Her best finish of tied for 17th came at The Winthrop Intercollegiate. Redshirt-Sophomore Highlights (2010-11) Played in 18 rounds and tallied a total of 1657 strokes. Posted a stroke average of 85.28. Had a best finish of tied for 41st at The Winthrop Intercollegiate and best round of 72 at the Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate. Appeared in five rounds as an individual. Redshirt-Freshman Highlights (2009-10) Played in three rounds, all as individual, which came at The Winthrop University Intercollegiate. Posted 254 total strokes for a stroke average of 84.67. She compiled a best round of 80 and finish of tied for 38th place. Freshman Highlights (2008-09) Redshirted Amateur and High School Highlights Was a member of the State Champion 1/2/3A golf team in 2005 and 2006, while finishing in third place during the 2007 1/2/3A State Championship. Named All-Conference from 2005-2008 and Team MVP from 2006-2008. Selected as the 2008 All-County Player of the Year. Personal Born on June 20, 1991. Is the daughter of Brian and Melody Lee. Majoring in Sport Management. Coach Wendt on Lee “Allison’s hard work has paid off. It has been so fun watching her progress over the years. With her work ethic, she will go far on and off the course.”

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Meet The Team Nicole Mooberry R-So., 5-1 Norfolk, NE Norfolk H.S. Fall Highlights (2011) Played in five rounds total and two as an individual during the fall season and recorded 419 strokes. Had a stroke average of 83.80 and her best rounud of 74 came at The Winthrop Intercollegiate. She also compiled her best finish of tied for 26th place at The Winthrop Intercollegiate. Redshirt-Sophomore Highlights (2010-11) Named to the 2010-11 NGCA All-American Scholar Team. Appeared in 20 rounds and compiled 1657 total strokes. Had a stroke average of 82.85 and a best round of 75 at the Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate. Her best finish of tied for 22nd place came at the Big South Conference Championships. Redshirt-Freshman Highlights (2009-10) Played in three rounds, all as an individual, and came at The Winthrop University Intercollegiate. Posted 255 total strokes for a stroke average of 85.00. Her best round of 83 and finish of tied for 40th came at The Winthrop University Intercollegiate. Freshman Highlights (2008-09) Redshirted Amateur and High School Highlights Selected to the 2005, 2007-2008 NSAA Girls All-State Team. Named to the Nebraska Girls 4-State Team from 2005-2008 and NSGA North-South Junior Cup for four straight years. Placed on the 2008 NSGA All-Star Team. Personal Born on May 4, 1991. Is the daughter of Mark and Marjorie Mooberry. Majoring in Business Administration. Coach Wendt on Mooberry “Nicole is a born leader. She shows it on and off the course. Her leadership ability will take her a long way in golf and life.”

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Meet The Team Jennifer Dilger Fr., 5-2 Palmdale, CA Quartz Hill H.S. Fall Highlights (2011) Completed her first fall season tied for the team-lead in rounds played with 11, and had a total of 873 strokes. Finished second on the team with a 79.36 stroke average and had a best round of 74 at the Lady Paladin Invitational. Posted a top 10 finish at The Winthrop Intercollegiate where she placed tied for fourth. Amateur and High School Highlights Attended Quartz Hill High School and played for head coach Stu Manthey. Earned four varsity letters in golf (2007-10). Was selected the Antelope Valley Player of the Year from 2008 to 2010. Qualified for the 2011 USGA Junior Girls’ Amateur. Played on the JAGS Tour and received Player of the Year honors in 2010 and 2011. Won numerous JAGS Tour events as a junior and senior including the Junior Classic at Carlton Oaks, Temecula Junior Championship, Spring Junior Open, ASU Memorial Junior Championship, Junior Cup at the Creek, Oceanside Championship at Arrowood and Hooper Memorial. Is a three-time high school Golden League Champion and holds the school record for nine holes with 4-under par (32) and 18 holes with 2-under par (70). Personal Born on October 27, 1993. Is the daughter of Tony and Andrea Dilger. Majoring in Exercise Science. Coach Wendt on Dilger “What a great start Jennifer had to her college career. With her work ethic and coach-ability it will be exciting to watch her career at Winthrop.”

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Meet The Team Viivi Nuorti Fr., 5-8 Helsinki, Finald Makelanrinne Sports High Fall Highlights (2011) Played in a total of eight rounds during the fall and tallied a total of 678 strokes. Recorded a stroke average of 84.75. Posted her first career top 10 finish in her first collegiate tournament by finishing tied for fourth at The Winthrop Intercollegiate. She also had her best round of 75 at The Winthrop Intercollegiate. Amateur and High School Highlights Attended Makelanrinne Sports High and played under head coach Jokeri Mikkola. Personal Born on April 7, 1992. Is the daughter of Jussi and Aila Nuorti. Majoring in Biology. Coach Wendt on Nuorti “With all Viivi had to go through with being in a new country, she had a good start to her college career. With Viivi’s work ethic and determination, the sky is the limit to where she can go.”

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Meet The Team Rachel Wyatt Fr., 5-8 Blythewood, SC Blythewood H.S. Fall Highlights (2011) Played in two rounds as an individual and posted a stroke average of 83.00 to go with 166 total strokes. Her best finish of the fall was 29th and came in The Winthrop Intercollegiate. She also recorded her best round of 81 at The Winthrop Intercollegiate. Amateur and High School Highlights Attended Blythewood High School and played for head coach Mike Dobreski. Lettered in varsity golf from 2005-10. Was named Class AAAA AllRegion Team from 2008-10 and 2008 Class AAAA All-Area Team. Became the first golfer in school history to letter all six years. Recognized as the 2010 Carolina Junior Girl’s Most Improved Player. Graduated in the Top 10 of her graduating class and received the Ed Foundation Student-Athlete Scholarship. Personal Born on January 13, 1993. Is the daughter of Kevin and Adele Wyatt. Majoring in Sport Management. Coach Wendt on Wyatt “I am excited for Rachel’s future. I believe with a little more confidence, she will make a big impact on this team.”

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2011 Fall Statistics DATE Oct. 2-4 Oct. 8-9 Oct. 24-25 Oct. 28-30 GOLFER Kayla Cline Jennifer Dilger Katie Bolling Allison Lee Viivi Nuorti

TOURNAMENT at UNCG Starmount Fall Classic WINTHROP INTERCOLLEGIATE at Blue Raider Invitational at Lady Paladin Invitational YR Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr.

ROUNDS 11 11 11 11 8

LESS THAN 50% OF TEAM’S ROUNDS Rachel Hyatt Fr. 2 Nicole Mooberry Jr. 5

PLACE/SITE 11th/14 2nd/8 11th/13 12th/15

STROKES 866 873 877 897 678

AVERAGE 78.73 79.36 79.73 81.55 84.75

166 419

83.00 83.80

TEAM SCORE TOP TEAM FINISHER 316-324-313 = 953 T-9. Kayla Cline 308-312 = 620 T-4. Dilger, Nuorti 312-318-312 = 942 T-35. Kayla Cline 337-337-322 = 996 T-20. Jennifer Dilger 11-ROUND AVERAGE = 319.18

SCORES -/+ PAR 226 (72-78-76) +13 152 +8 234 (77-80-77) +18 238 (82-82-74) +22

BEST ROUND (TOURNAMENT) 72 (UNCG Starmount Fall Classic) 74 (Lady Paladin Invitational) 77 (Blue Raider Invitational) 78 (UNCG Starmount Fall Classic) 75 (Winthrop Intercollegiate)

BEST FINISH T-9th (UNCG Starmount Fall Classic) T-4th (Winthrop Intercollegiate) T-15th (Winthrop Intercollegiate) T-17th (Winthrop Intercollegiate) T-4th (Winthrop Intercollegiate)

81 (Winthrop Intercollegiate) 74 (Winthrop Intercollegiate)

29th (Winthrop Intercollegiate) T-26th (Winthrop Intercollegiate)

Rounds played as an Individual: Nicole Mooberry (2), Rachel Wyatt (2)

Kayla Cline

Jennifer Dilger

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Big South Conference

The Big South Conference has enjoyed unprecedented achievements and unparalleled success in league history over the past few years. KYLE KALLANDER DAWN TURNER Since its founding in 1983, the Big Commissioner Assoc. Commissioner South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The league’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by athletic accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. The Big South Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) athletic director Howard Bagwell and Augusta president George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the league’s first commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was the Fall of 1984, and in September, 1986, the Big South Conference was granted full-fledged NCAA Division I status. During its infancy and prior to securing automatic bids to NCAA Championships, the Big South made early strides in earning at-large berths in several national postseason events, including volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s golf. The league received its first automatic bid in 1990 to the NCAA Baseball Championship. In 1989, George F. “Buddy” Sasser replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as commissioner. Under Sasser’s leadership, the conference implemented its first public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South competing among some of the finest teams in the nation. In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander replaced Sasser as the league’s third commissioner, and in is 12 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the conference to new levels. The conference’s onfield accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. Annually, more than 40 percent of the conference’s student-athletes are named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a cumulative 3.0 grade-point average, and the league has had almost 100 Academic All-Americans in its quarter-century of existence. The conference is made up of 11 full-time members which include Campbell, Charleston Southern, Coastal Carolina, Gardner-Webb, High Point, Liberty, UNC Asheville, Presbyterian College, Radford, VMI and Winthrop.

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MARK SIMPSON Asst. Commissioner of Public Relations

NIC BOWMAN Assistant Diretor of Public Relations

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Big South Honors Golfer of the Year/Medalist Year Golfer 1989 Kelly Smith 1990 Margee Brennan 1991 Catherine Rheiner 1992 Kim Chase 1993 Janet Wooten 1994 Jennifer Layman 1995 Becky Morgan 1996 Becky Morgan 1997 Becky Morgan 1998 Janice Roberts 1999 Patricia Martinson 2000 Patricia Martinson 2001 Stephanie George 2002 Paige Landry 2003 Yunuen Sanchez

School Winthrop Winthrop Winthrop CCU Campbell Campbell UNCG UNCG UNCG Winthrop CSU CSU Radford CCU UNCW

Golfer of the Year Year Golfer 2004 Becky Berzonski 2005 Line Cordes 2006 Emily Klein 2007 Aruka Felgueroso 2008 Jutta Degerman 2009 Aruka Felgueroso Olivia Jordan-Higgins 2010 Aruka Felgueroso 2011 Jessica Alexander

School UNCW CCU BSC CCU Winthrop CCU CSU CCU CCU

Championship Medalist Year Golfer 2004 Becky Berzonski 2005 Line Cordes 2006 Ann Maness 2007 Jill Stupiansky 2008 Ann Marie Dalton 2009 Aruka Felgueroso 2010 Olivia Jordan-Higgins 2011 Jessica Alexander

School UNCW CCU CCU BSC High Point CCU CSU CCU

Rookie/Freshman of the Year Year Golfer 1994 Kari Tomash 1995 Stephanie Coverley 1996 Jennifer Tucker 1997 Gemma Hobbs 1998 Janice Roberts 1999 Katie Allison 2000 Andrea Sarratt 2001 Laura Terebey 2002 Tamara Page-Jones 2003 Audrey Gale 2004 Katy Heher 2005 Rachel Graves 2006 Ann Maness 2007 Aruka Felgueroso 2008 Allison Itria 2009 Brittany Penny 2010 Jessica Alexander 2011 Courtney Boe

School CSU Winthrop CSU CSU Winthrop Winthrop CCU Radford CCU UNCW CCU CCU CCU CCU Winthrop Winthrop CCU CCU

Coach of the Year Year Coach 1989 Eddie Weldon 1990 Eddie Weldon 1991 Eddie Weldon 1992 Tom Brennan 1993 John Crooks 1994 John Crooks 1995 Mary Beth McGirr 1996 Mary Beth McGirr 1997 Anne Kelly 1998 Donald Clement 1999 Howard Vroon 2000 Chris Dockrill 2001 Howard Vroon Matt Sutphin 2002 Jan Mann 2003 Cindy Ho 2004 Cindy Ho 2005 Brian Ashley 2006 Michele Drinkard 2007 Michele Drinkard 2008 Eileen “Beans” Kelly 2009 Jodi Wendt 2010 Katie Quinney 2011 Katie Quinney Scholar-Athlete of the Year Year Player 1995 Becky Morgan 1996 Becky Morgan 1997 Becky Morgan 1998 Trudy Hergert 1999 Patricia Martinson 2000 Patricia Martinson 2001 Patricia Martinson 2002 Rebecca Dean 2003 Laura Terebey 2004 Laura Terebey 2005 Line Cordes 2006 Jill Stupiansky 2007 Jill Stupiansky 2008 Ann Marie Dalton 2009 Katie Garahan 2010 2011

Minjoo Lee Minjoo Lee

Team Sportsmanship Award Year School 2006 High Point 2007 High Point 2008 CSU Radford 2009 2010 2011

Gardner-Webb Radford Gardner-Webb

School Winthrop Winthrop Winthrop CCU Campbell Campbell UNCG UNCG UNCG CCU CSU Elon CSU Radford UNCW UNCW UNCW CCU BSC BSC CCU Winthrop CCU CCU

School UNCG UNCG UNCG Winthrop CSU CSU CSU UNCW Radford Radford CCU BSC BSC High Point GarderWebb Bucknell Bucknell

Janice Roberts

Kelly Smith

Head Coach Julie Streng Julie Streng Mike Wilson Michael Grant Tee Burton Jeff Beeler Tee Burton

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Postseason Honors Big South Champions Year Head Coach 1989 Eddie Weldon 1990 Eddie Weldon 1991 Eddie Weldon Big South Individual Medalist Year Player 1989 Kelly Smith 1990 Margee Brennan 1991 Catherine Rheiner 1998 Janice Roberts Big South All-Conference Year Player 1989 Kelly Smith, Renee Redmon, Polly Baker, Jenny Stevens, Amy Lentz 1990 Margee Brennan, Polly Baker, Jenny Stevens, Stacy James, Dawn Paradle 1991 Catherine Rheiner, Leigh Crenshaw, Margee Brennan, Tonya Domin, Daneen Graham 1992 Catherine Rheiner, Daneen Graham 1993 Catherine Rheiner, Leigh Crenshaw 1995 Stephanie Coverley, Trudy Hergert, Donna Anderson 1996 Stephanie Coverley, Nichole Coffey 1997 Stephanie Coverley, Trudy Hergert, Donna Anderson 1998 Janice Roberts 1999 Katie Allison, Janice Roberts 2000 Katie Allison 2002 Katie Allison 2004 Jutta Degerman 2006 Jutta Degerman, Erin White, Brittany Dabule 2008 Jutta Degerman, Sara Hester 2009 Sara Hester, Brittany Penny, Rachel Smith 2010 Rachel Smith, Kayla Cline Big South All-Academic Team Year Player 1997 Stephanie Coverley 1998 Trudy Hergert 1999 Alison Eubanks 2000 Janice Roberts 2001 Katie Osbourne 2002 Katie Osbourne 2003 Jeanine Hall 2004 Shannon Hopkins 2005 Shannon Hopkins 2006 Shannon Hopkins 2007 Sara Hester 2008 Sara Hester

2009 2010 2011

Rachel Smith Rachel Smith Katie Bolling

Big South Golfer of the Week Year Player 2002-03 Elin Granstrand (9/22) 2003-04 Jutta Degerman (10/24) 2005-06 Erin White (9/29) Jutta Degerman (10/27) Erin White (11/11) 2006-07 Sara Hester (11/3) Sara Hester (3/29) 2007-08 Jutta Degerman (10/5) Jutta Degerman (11/1) Jutta Degerman (3/27) Jutta Degerman (4/10) 2008-09 Sara Hester (9/18) Rachel Smith (10/23) Brittany Dabule (3/26) 2009-10 Rachel Smith (3/18) U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship Participant Year Player 2006 Erin White U.S. Open Sectional Qualifier Year Player 2008 Jutta Degerman NGCA All-America Scholar Team Year Player 2005 Shannon Hopkins 2006 Shannon Hopkins, Erin White 2007 Erin White, Rachel Smith 2008 Rachel Smith 2009 Rachel Smith, Katie Bolling 2010 Katie Bolling, Rachel Smith 2011 Katie Bolling, Nicole Mooberry Big South Presidential Scholar-Athletes Year Player 1989 Polly Baker, Jenny Stevens 1990 Jenny Stevens 1992 Margee Brennan, Daneen Graham, Tonya Domin 1993 Tonya Domin, Leigh Cren shaw, Nicole Coffey 1994 Nicole Coffey, Carolina Couvrette 1995 Tonya Domin, Nicole Coffey, Carolina Couvrette, Jodie Kulak, Stephanie Coverley, Trudy Hergert 1996 Nicole Coffey, Carolina Couvrette, Stephanie Coverley, Trudy Hergert, Donna Anderson 1997 Carolina Couvrette, Stephanie Coverley, Trudy Hergert, Donna Anderson,

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2009

2010

2011

Dana Thompson Trudy Hergert, Dana Thompson, Alison Eubanks Alison Eubanks Shelly Straley, Kelly Tarala, Gena Artymovich, Katie Osborne, Camie Petelik Gena Artymovich, Katie Osborne, Camie Petelik Gena Artymovich, Katie Osborne, Camie Petelik, Leigh-Ann Jeffcock Jeanine Hall, Shannon Hopkins Jeanine Hall, Shannon Hopkins Shannon Hopkins Shannon Hopkins, Jenny Brake, AJ Cunningham, Erin White, Sara Hester, Gina Matthias Sara Hester, Gina Matthias, Jutta Degerman, Rachel Smith Gina Matthias, Rachel Smith, Katie Bolling, Erin Sweeney Rachel Smith, Katie Bolling, Erin Sweeney, Danielle Dunnagan, Nicole Mooberry Katie Bolling, Kayla Cline, Danielle Dunnagan, Kimmie Koehler, Allison Lee, Nicole Mooberry


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Record Book Player: Season Scoring Average Season Name 2007-08 Jutta Degerman 2005-06 Erin White 2005-06 Jutta Degerman 2009-10 Rachel Smith 2009-10 Katie Bolling 2001-02 Katie Allison 2000-01 Katie Allison 2005-06 Brittany Dabule 2006-07 Sara Hester 1995-96 Stephanie Coverly 1998-99 Janice Roberts 2007-08 Sara Hester 2003-04 Jutta Degerman 2006-07 Jutta Degerman 2008-09 Brittany Penny 2006-07 Erin White 2008-09 Sara Hester 2008-09 Rachel Smith

Rounds 23.0 24.0 18.0 23.0 16.0 25.0 22.0 24.0 25.0 17.0 22.0 23.0 27.0 25.0 20.0 22.0 17.0 20.0

Avg. Score 75.87 77.00 77.17 77.39 79.50 77.60 77.55 77.92 77.84 78.00 78.00 78.09 78.19 78.08 78.35 78.36 78.53 78.80

Player: Season Wins Season Name 1997-98 Janice Roberts 2002-03 Elin Granstrand 2008-09 Brittany Dabule 2009-10 Rachel Smith 2005-06 Erin White 2000-01 Katie Allison 1998-99 Janice Roberts 1996-97 Stephanie Coverley 1994-95 Stephanie Coverley 2006-07 Jutta Degerman 2000-01 Janice Roberts

Tournaments 9 4 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 10

Team: Season Wins Season Coach 2004-05 E. Weldon/J. Wendt 1994-95 Eddie Weldon 2007-08 Jodi Wendt 2006-07 Jodi Wendt 2005-06 E. Weldon/J. Wendt

Tournaments 11 9 10 10 10

Player: Low Round Season Name 2005-06 Erin White 1998-99 Janice Roberts 2008-09 Brittany Dabule 2007-08 Sara Hester 2006-07 Jutta Degerman 2005-06 Erin White 2004-05 Morgan Reich 2002-03 Elin Granstrand 2000-01 Katie Allison 1996-97 Stephanie Coverley 1995-96 Stephanie Coverley 2008-09 Brittany Dabule

Tournament Sea Trail Women’s Intercollegiate Lady Highlander Invitational Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate Draper Valley Women’s Invitational Big South Women’s Championship Shamrock Intercollegiate Lady Highlander Invitational Lady Pirate Fall Intercollegiate Charleston Southern Invitational James Madison Invitational Great Smokies Intercollegiate

Jutta Degerman

Wins 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Wins 2 1 1 1 1

Janice Roberts

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Record Book Player: Low Round (cont.) Season Name 2009-10 Rachel Smith 2009-10 Kayla Cline 2008-09 Sara Hester 2007-08 Jutta Degerman 2007-08 Jutta Degerman 2007-08 Jutta Degerman 2007-08 Rachel Smith 2007-08 Sara Hester 2006-07 Erin White 2006-07 Rachel Smith 2005-06 Jutta Degerman 2005-06 Jutta Degerman 2005-06 Jutta Degerman 2001-02 Katie Allison 2000-01 Janice Roberts 1999-00 Janice Roberts 1998-99 Janice Roberts 1995-96 Stephanie Coverley Player: Career Wins Name Janice Roberts Stephanie Coverley Elin Granstrand Erin White Brittany Dabule Rachel Smith Katie Allison Jutta Degerman

Tournaments 8 27 4 18 28 37 37 37

Player: Career Par or Better Rounds Name Rounds Jutta Degerman 93.0 Sara Hester 93.0 Brittany Dabule 70.0 Katie Allison 92.0 Erin White 46.0 Stephanie Coverley 54.0 Rachel Smith 91.0 Janice Roberts 91.0 Elin Granstrand 10.0

Tournament Pinehurst Fall Challenge Big South Championship Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate Draper Valley Intercollegiate Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate Shamrock Intercollegiate UNCG-Starmount Fall Classic 2007 Draper Intercollegiate Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate Great Smokies Women’s Collegiate Lady Paladin Invitational Taco Bell Intercollegiate Taco Bell Intercollegiate Lady Pirate Fall Intercollegiate Lady Highlander Invitational Lady Highlander Invitational Lady Highlander Invitational Cougar Invitational

Wins 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

Par or Less 11 8 5 5 4 4 5 4 2

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

Score 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71

Career 1998-01 1995-97 2003 2006-07 2006-09 2006-10 1999-02 2004, 2006-08

Career 2004, 2006-08 2006-09 2006-09 1999-02 2006-07 1995-97 2006-10 1998-01 2003

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2011-12 Women’s Golf TV/Radio Roster

Katie Bolling

Kayla Cline

Jennifer Dilger

Allison Itria

Allison Lee

Nicole Mooberry

Viivi Nuorti

Rachel Wyatt

Jodi Wendt

Nancy Capps


2011-12 Women’s Golf Schedule Fall Date

Event

Location

10/2-10/4

Starmount Fall Classic

Greensboro, NC

10/8-10/9

Winthrop Intercollegiate

Rock Hill, SC

10/24/10/25

Blue Raider Invitational

Murfreesboro, TN

10/28-10/30

Paladin Invitational

Greenville, SC

Kiawah Island Women’s Intercollegiate

Kiawah Island, SC

3/9-3/11

Spider Spring Break Invitational

Southport, NC

3/17-3/20

Del Monte Invitational

Monterey, CA

3/23/-3/25

UNCW Lady Seahawk Classic

Wallace, NC

4/8-4/10

Big South Conference Championship

Ninety Six, SC

Spring 2/25-2/28


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