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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE ALL-SPORTS SCORECARD 26 NCAA National Championships 11 Men’s Golf 9 Baseball 4 Women’s Golf 1 Men’s Basketball 1 Softball 16 NCAA National Runner-Up Finishes 13 NCAA National Third-Place Finishes 7 NCAA National Fourth-Place Finishes 52 NCAA Regional Championships 221 NCAA Post-Season Appearances 12 NCAA Individual National Champions 14 NCAA Individual Post-Season Appearances 125 Sunshine St. Conf. Regular Season Titles 32 Sunshine St. Conf. Postseason Titles 11 National Players of the Year 467 All-Americans 178 1st Team All-Americans 90 2nd Team All-Americans 50 3rd Team All-Americans 52 Honorable Mention All-Americans 5 Freshman All-Americans 35 Academic All-Americans 57 All-American Scholars 6 SSC Female Athletes of the Year 10 SSC Male Athletes of the Year 1,076 All-Sunshine State Conference honorees

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE MISSION STATEMENT Florida Southern College is committed to educational excellence and is a selective, comprehensive, private, United Methodist college with a strong liberal arts core and signature programs. The College enrolls a talented student body and includes an accomplished faculty who are dedicated to teaching excellence. Outstanding opportunities for engaged learning, student-faculty collaborative research and performance, service learning, study abroad, and honors study are distinctive features of the academic program at Florida Southern. The College offers exceptional student life programs, including a championship athletic program.

The Frank Lloyd Wright designed Water Dome

Florida Southern College Founded by the United Methodist Church in 1883, Florida Southern is the oldest private college in the state of Florida. With an enrollment of approximately 1,800 students, Florida Southern offers more than 50 undergraduate majors and distinctive graduate programs in business administration, education and nursing. Florida Southern is listed in the prestigious Fiske Guide To Colleges, the nation’s top-selling college guide, and annually is ranked in the Forbes magazine, Princeton Review and U.S. News & World Report listing of the nation’s best colleges. Studies show that approximately 94% of Florida Southern graduates are working full-time or are enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation. Situated on the north shore of scenic Lake Hollingsworth, Florida Southern is home to the world’s largest single-site collection of architecture by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, including the recently refurbished Water Dome. The 100acre campus also features a number of other outstanding facilities – the 2,500-seat George W. Jenkins Field House (for basketball and volleyball); Barnett Field (for softball and soccer); the 1,800seat Branscomb Auditorium; 11 residence halls (all wired to the Internet); the Robert A. Davis Performing Arts Center; the Roux Library; and the Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center, which includes a state-of-the-art fitness center, recreational facilities and an NCAA competition-size outdoor swimming pool. Located in Lakeland (pop. 93,000), Florida Southern is in the heart of dynamic and growing central Florida and is only about an hour’s drive from the major metropolitan areas of Tampa and Orlando. Such well-known attractions as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Epcot Center, Sea World, Cypress Gardens and Busch Gardens are only a short drive from campus. Major League Baseball’s Detroit Tigers make Lakeland their annual spring training home and several other big league teams train in the nearby area. Money magazine has ranked Lakeland among the top “Best Places To Live” for medium sized southern cities. Some of Florida Southern’s prominent alumni include professional golfers Lee Janzen and Rocco Mediate; Jim France, chairman of International Speedway Corp. (which owns Daytona International Speedway) and vice chairman of NASCAR; Publix Super Markets, Inc. Vice Chairman Barney Barnett and Florida Supreme Court Justice Fred Lewis.


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE MEN’S GOLF QUICK FACTS LOCATION.............................................................. Lakeland, Florida FOUNDED.................................................................................... 1883 ENROLLMENT............................................................................ 1900 TYPE . .................................................... Liberal Arts, Co-Educational NICKNAME......................................................................... Moccasins COLORS................................................................... Scarlet and White HOME COURSE............................Grasslands Golf & Country Club MEMBERSHIP...................................................... NCAA Division II CONFERENCE............................................................. Sunshine State PRESIDENT............................................................. Dr. Anne B. Kerr ATHLETIC DIRECTOR.................................................. Pete Meyer ASSOC. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR / SWA..................Marie Scovron ASST. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR...........................................Al Green FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE.....Malcolm Manners EQUIPMENT MANAGER........................................... Ronnie Akins ATHLETIC TRAINERS ................Al Green, Kelly Cox, Brian Simerville, Lindsey Williams SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR...................... Bill Turnage ASST. SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR.......................... Tim Carpenter

TEAM QUICK FACTS Head Coach .....................................Doug Gordin (Ohio Wesleyan ’78) Year at FSC............................................................... 15th (1995-present) Student Assistant Coaches.......................Blake Holbrook, Brian Richey NCAA Championships.................................................................Eleven 1981, 1982, 1985, 1986, 1990, 1991 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000 NCAA Individual Medalists...............................................................Six Tom Gleeton (1979), Tom Patri (1981), Lee Janzen (1986), Matt Saglio (1999), Jeff Klauk (2000), Steve Sokol (2001) NCAA Post-Season Appearances........................................................37 1973-75, 1977-2009 Sunshine State Conference Championships.........................................15 1978, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2008

PHONE DIRECTORY ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT.................................. (863) 680-4244 HEAD COACH............................................................ (863) 680-4261 SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE......................... (863) 680-4256 ASSISTANT SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR............... (863) 680-3955 SPORTS SCORELINE................................................. (863) 680-3954 SPORTS SCORELINE (TOLL-FREE) . .............. (800) 825-MOCS SID FAX MACHINE.................................................... (863) 680-3953 SID HOME PHONE..................................................... (863) 701-8437 FSC Athletic Web-Site................................. www.fscmocs.com CONFERENCE WEB-SITE........ www.sunshinestateconference.com

On the Cover: Matt Stauch earned third-team All-America honors last year as a junior and was named an All-American Golf Scholar as well as to the All-SSC 1st Team.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Mocs All-Sports Scorecard.................................... IFC Welcome to Florida Southern.....................................IFC Men’s Golf Quick Facts....................................................1 Florida Southern College.................................................2 Dr. Anne B. Kerr, College President.................................3 Pete Meyer, Athletic Director...........................................3 Intercollegiate Coaching Staff..........................................4 Moccasin Support Staff....................................................4 Coach Doug Gordin.........................................................5 Moccasin Golfers.......................................................... 6-9 2008-09 Results..............................................................11 That Championship Tradition.................................. 12-13 All-Americans................................................................14 FSC Matlock Invitational...............................................14 “Pop” Sikes Golf Day......................................................15 Mocs on the PGA Tour..................................................15 Yearly NCAA Finishes...................................................16 Yearly Stroke Leaders.....................................................16 Top 15 Finishers at NCAAs ..........................................17 FSC Scholarships...........................................................18 Sunshine State Conference.............................................19 Moccasin Golf Scorecard................................................19 Conference Hall of Fame................................................20 FSC Sports Hall of Fame...............................................21 NACDA Cup.................................................................22 SSC Mayor’s Cup...........................................................22 Directions to FSC...........................................................22 FSC Majors and Programs.............................................22 2009-10 Team Roster..................................................IBC 2009-10 Schedule.......................................................Back Credits ... The 2009-10 FSC Men’s Golf Guide was edited by Bill Turnage, FSC Director of Sports Information, and designed by Wayne Koehler, FSC Information Services. Player/coach photos by Andy Meng. Team and action photos by Wayne Koehler.

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Florida Southern College Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Child of the Sun”

The Danforth Chapel is one of two chapels on campus designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

The Thad Buckner Building is home to the Frank Lloyd Wright “Child of the Sun” Visitor Center.

The Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center houses a fullsized basketball court, weight and aerobic rooms, and a student lounge and is adjacent to an NCAA regulation size swimming pool.

Florida Southern is home to the world’s only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed planetarium.

Frank Lloyd Wright often visited Florida Southern College during his 20-year relationship with the college.

Founded by the United Methodist Church, Florida Southern College is one of the oldest private colleges in the state, tracing its beginnings to a small seminary in Orlando in 1883. The tie to its founding church has remained constant and is today, a proud part of the College’s heritage and a bright beacon for the future. Florida Southern moved to Lakeland in the heart of Florida’s citrus belt in 1922 and began the construction of a campus that would eventually become a national landmark. The beautiful 100-acre campus, on the north shore of Lake Hollingsworth, includes the world’s largest collection of buildings by master architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Florida Southern’s West Campus, now known throughout the world, actually had its inception in the mind of Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, president of the college from 1925-1957.

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Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, completed in 1941, was the first of Wright’s designs at Florida Southern College.

In 1935 he conceived the idea of an ultra-modern campus, designed by the world’s leading architect. Ground was broken two years later for the first building in the Wright collection, the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. What Frank Lloyd Wright created on the campus is amazing. His original work is still as modern and exciting as the newest buildings still on many architect’s drawing boards. It is, perhaps, symbolic that the greatest concentration of his genius should be located at a small, private institution of higher learning. Perhaps he describes it best, “...out of the ground and into the light, a child of the sun...the college of tomorrow.”


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Dr. Anne B. Kerr College President Since her unanimous appointment as its 17th president in 2004, Dr. Kerr has provided Florida Southern College with extraordinary vision and leadership that is enhancing the student experience and increasing the College’s national prominence. Under her guidance, the institution has renewed its commitment to educating the whole person -academically, socially, spiritually, and physically -- so that students leave prepared to make a positive and consequential impact on our world. Early in her tenure, Dr. Kerr led a comprehensive Strategic Plan designed to enrich all facets of the College’s studentcentered culture. She is dedicated to enhancing a student life culture that provides opportunities for active learning and leadership; promoting a scholarly environment where professors have outstanding records of achievement that support innovative, engaged, and personalized instruction; and to strengthening further the College’s outstanding scholar-athlete program that

PETE MEYER Director of Athletics In 2008-09, Pete Meyer served his first year as the Director of Athletics at Florida Southern College. Named to the position Feb. 21, 2008, he officially assumed his duties July 1, 2008, when Lois Webb retired. Since 1972, he is just the fourth person to occupy the position of athletics director at Florida Southern - following Hal Smeltzly (1972-2000), Mike Roberts (2000-01) and Webb (2001-08). Meyer was the Moccasins’ head baseball coach from 2002 through 2008. In the fall of 2008, Meyer was given the additional title of Dean of Wellness, as the operation of the Hollis Wellness Center as well as the the water ski program and campus intramurals also fall under his direction. Meyer, who has been at Florida Southern since 1998, had served as assistant athletics director for Webb since February of 2006, in addition to maintaining his baseball coaching duties. In his position as assistant athletics director, he was responsible for acquiring major gifts for the athletic department that included funding and equipment for the athletics weight room and upgrading the baseball and men’s basketball locker rooms. He coordinated all of the athletic department’s fundraising efforts, coordinated athletic facilities and served as game administrator for various home events. He also served as Florida Southern’s

models the highest standards of NCAA Division II athletics. As part of her quest for excellence, Dr. Kerr commissioned a master plan that outlines the College’s vision for the campus and includes numerous facility transformations. These include the newly completed Barnett Residential Life Center and the soon-to-be completed state-of-the-art Christoverson Humanities Building, both designed by world-renowned architect Robert A. M. Stern; TuTu’s Cyber Café in the Roux Library and the adjacent McKay Archives Center; the expansion of wireless Internet access, campus-wide technology upgrades, and the Rinker Technology Center, currently under construction; renovations to the student dining facility and residence halls; as well as a restoration of our world renowned Frank Lloyd Wright designed campus. Prior to assuming the presidency at Florida Southern, Dr. Kerr was Vice President for Advancement at both Rollins College and the University of Richmond. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Mercer University and her master’s and doctoral degrees from the Florida State University. She has held a number of community volunteer leadership roles and currently serves on the boards of SunTrust Bank Central Florida and All Saints’ Academy. An avid supporter of the arts, she is the current president of the Board of Trustees of the Polk Museum of Art. She is in the first year of her term as president of the Sunshine State Conference. She and her husband Dr. Roy Kerr have a fifteen-year-old son Ed. Roy Kerr has authored two books about baseball entitled “The Loving of the Game” (2007) and “Sliding Billy Hamilton: The Life and Times of Baseball’s First Great Leadoff Hitter” (2009).

representative on the Sunshine State Conference Marketing Committee. As baseball coach, Meyer spent six full seasons as head coach, keeping the Moccasin program among the elite in NCAA Division II. In 2005, he guided the Moccasins to their ninth NCAA Division II national title with a 51-11 record and was the American Baseball Coaches Association Division II Coach-of-the-Year. In addition to his national coaching honors from the ABCA, Meyer also was South Region, Sunshine State Conference and Florida Diamond Club (scouting organization) Coach-of-the-Year. His head coaching record at Florida Southern was 257-111-1, while his overall record as a head coach was 296-141-1. Thirtyfour Moccasin baseball players were drafted or signed professional contracts during Meyer’s tenure at FSC. Before officially assuming the reigns of head coach, Meyer had served for over three years as Florida Southern’s top assistant coach under Chuck Anderson. He also was the program’s recruiting coordinator. Prior to joining the FSC coaching staff, Meyer spent five seasons at Valdosta State, working under the legendary head coach, Tommy Thomas. Before his stint at Valdosta State, Meyer was head baseball coach at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, where he coordinated the start of the school’s Division III baseball program in 1991. He served as a graduate assistant at Valdosta State from 1988-90, while earning his M. Ed. in physical education. A four-year baseball letterman at the College of Wooster in Ohio, Meyer graduated in 1987 with a B.A. in speech communication. Meyer is married to the former Julie Newnum. The couple has three children, 21-year old Ross, 19-year old Mitchell and 18-year old Megan.

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MOCCASIN HEAD COACHING STAFF

Chris Bellotto Softball

Trish Riddell Women’s Tennis

Linc Darner

Robbie Davis

Men’s Basketball

Women’s Golf

Hugh Seyfarth Men’s Soccer

Duncan Sherrad Swimming

Jamie Moreno

Doug Gordin

Trey Heath

Men’s Golf

Men’s Tennis

Cross Country Track & Field

Women’s Basketball

Ben Strawbridge

Jill Stephens

Jim Tyrrell

Rory Whipple

Volleyball

Baseball

Men’s Lacrosse

Women’s Soccer

Jarrod Olson

MOCCASIN SUPPORT STAFF

Marie Scovron Assoc. Athletic Dir. Senior Woman Administrator NCAA Compliance

Susan Sargeant Administrative Assistant

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Al Green

Bill Turnage

Asst. Athletic Dir. Head Athletic Trainer

Sports Information Director

Kelly Cox

Brian Simerville

Athletic Trainer

Athletic Trainer

Tim Carpenter Asst. Sports Info. Director

Lindsey Williams Athletic Trainer

Malcolm Manners Faculty Athletic Representative

Ronnie Akins Equipment Manager

Micki Watson Athletic Business Manager

Cornelius Jackson Grounds


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COACH DOUG GORDIN Doug Gordin has been men’s

head golf coach at Florida Southern College since 1995. In his 14 previous seasons at FSC, Gordin has led the Mocs to four NCAA national championships, including an unprecedented three straight in 1998, 1999 and 2000. In addition, the Mocs have produced three individual national champions under Gordin in Matt Saglio (1999), Jeff Klauk (2000) and Steve Sokol (2001). In 2008-09, the Moccasins placed third in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament. They fell short of qualifying for the Division II Championship with a seventh-place finish at the NCAA South Regional, but did have an individual qualifier in Brian Richey, who placed 20th. After his first NCAA championship in 1996, Gordin was named the GCAA National Coach of the Year, an honor he would again win in 1998, 1999 and 2000. As a tribute to his career, Gordin was inducted into the Hall of Fame by the Golf Coaches Association of America in January, 2001, where he joined his father, Dr. Richard Gordin, a member of the inaugural Class of 1980. The Moccasins have won a total of 11 NCAA national championships - a record for men’s golf in the NCAA Division II. In addition, Florida Southern has won 15 Sunshine State Conference titles. In his first season at FSC (1995-96), Gordin was named South Region Coach of the Year, as well as National Coach of the Year, by both Golf Week Magazine and the GCAA after the Mocs laid claim to their eighth national title. Before coming to Florida Southern, Gordin was the golf coach at Georgia Southern College in Statesboro, Georgia, for 13 years. While at Georgia Southern, he coached two PGA players (Jodie Mudd and Gene Sauers), led the Eagles to four conference championships and six runner-up titles, coached five GCAA All-Americans and was named the NCAA South District coach of the year and conference coach of the year an unprecedented four times. Now in his 31st year overall as a collegiate coach, Gordin is no stranger to success on the links. Prior to coaching at Georgia Southern in 1981, he served two years on the staff

at the University of Alabama under Conrad Rehling and one season as the head coach at Campbell University. As an undergraduate, Gordin played for his father at Ohio Wesleyan. The younger Gordin served as team captain his senior season when the Battlin’ Bishops finished sixth at the NCAA tournament. In the fall of 2002, Gordin was honored by his alma mater with the Robert Strimer Award for unusually significant contributions to intercollegiate athletics. In 2007 he was named to the FSC Sports Hall of Fame. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education in 1978, Gordin joined the staff at Alabama, serving as assistant coach and assistant pro for the Crimson Tide. While in Tuscaloosa he earned his master’s degree. Gordin is a teaching consultant to the National Golf Foundation and is a member of the NCAA-USGA Relations Committee. He has been active in the GCAA for several years, even serving a stint as the organization’s national president. He is also a past chairman of the NCAA District III-South selection committee. Gordin and his 19-year old daughter, Gretchen (who is a student at the University of Florida) reside in Lakeland.

THE MOCCASINS UNDER GORDIN 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

NCAA Division II National Champions National Eighth Place National Champions National Champions National Champions National Runners-Up National Third Place Regional Participant Regional Participant Regional Participant National Sixth Place National Third Place National Sixth Place Regional Participant

Conference Runners-Up Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Runners-Up Runners-Up Third Runners-Up Third Place T-Fifth Champions Third 5


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Danny Evelyn

Student Assistant Coaches

Senior Wellington, Fla. (Finance)

BLAKE HOLBROOK STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH

Blake Holbrook is serving his second season as a student coach after playing four seasons for the Moccasins. As a senior, he played in nine tournaments with a 75.92 stroke average. His best finish was a tie for 20th at the USF Ron Smith Invitational. For his career, he played in 29 tournaments and had a 76.28 stroke average. His career-best finish was a ninthplace finish at FSC’s Matlock Classic in 2006, which included his career-best individual round of 69. A graduate of Phillips HS in Orlando, Holbrook is completing work on his bachelor’s degree in business.

BRIAN RICHEY

STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH

After earning honorable mention All-America recognition last season, Brian Richey is serving as a student coach for the Moccasins this season. Richey was the Moccasins’ top golfer down the stretch last spring. At the Sunshine State Conference Tournament, he was tied for first at the end of regulation with a 207, but lost in a playoff and finished second. At the NCAA Super Regional, he tied for fourth with a 214 and became the Moccasins’ lone qualifier for the NCAA Division II Championship, where he finished in a tie for 20th with a 214. He played in every tournament last season, was a counter in all but one and had a 73.46 stroke average, third-best on the team. His career-best score of 65 in the final round of the SSC Tournament was the Moccasins’ lowest round of the season. A graduate of Lakeland High School, Richey won the county golf tournament and was named Polk County co-golfer of the year as a senior. He graduated last spring with a degree in sports management from Florida Southern.

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Junior Season (2008-09): Played in all 10 tournaments ... fifth on team in stroke average at 76.39 ... had five rounds of 70 or lower in the fall ... top finish was third in fall Coker Invitational (139) after rounds of 69 and 70 ... was FSC’s top finisher at The Prestige event hosted by Stanford in the fall with a 221 that tied for 15th ... placed third at Rollins Invitational in the fall with a 212 ... career stroke average is 74.72 in 31 tournaments. Sophomore Season (2007-08): HONORS - Secondteam All-SSC ... Played in all 11 tournaments ... second on team in stroke average at 73.75 ... had three rounds of 70 or lower during the season ... had just three rounds higher than 77 ... top finish was third in Coker Invitational (135) after rounds of 68 and a career-best 67 ... finished 10th at Southeastern Collegiate (222) ... finished seventh at SSC Championship (222) ... placed 23rd at Super Regional (218) ... placed 36th at D-II Championship (288) ... career stroke average is 74.40 in 21 tournaments. Freshman Season (2006-07): HONORS - GCAA AllSouth Region ...Played in 10 tournaments ... made his FSC debut with back-to-back par rounds to finish 16th at Coker Invitational (144) ... top finish was fourth as Mocs’ low scorer at South Florida Invitational (215) ... shot team season-best round of 68 in second round of USF Invitational ... shot final round 69 to tie for seventh at FSC’s Matlock Classic (217) ... placed 27th at SSC Tournament (234) ... placed 15th at Super Regional (222) ... placed 70th at NCAA Division II Championship (312) ...stroke average was 75.13, fourth on team. High School: 2006 graduate of Cardinal Newman High School in West Palm Beach ... four-year member of golf team at Cardinal Newman ... teammate with current FSC teammate Jude Eustaquio ... also played baseball two years at Cardinal Newman. Personal: Son of Kenneth and Sheila Evelyn ... born 2/9/88. 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 CAREER

EVELYN YEAR-BY-YEAR Trn. Rnds Strokes 10 29 2179 11 33 2434 10 28 2139 31 100 7472

Avg. 75.13 73.75 76.39 74.72

Low 68 67 69 67


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Florida Southern College

Matt Stauch Senior Dublin, Ohio (Sports Management)

Junior Season (2008-09): HONORS - GCAA 3rd-team AllAmerican ... GCAA All-American Scholar ... 1st-team All-SSC ... SSC Golfer of the Week (3/9/09) ... SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... played in every tournament ... second on team in stroke average at 72.53 ... had eight rounds of 70 or lower during the season ... matched his career-best round with 67s in first two rounds of USF Invitational, where he finished in a tie for first with a 207 ... had three other top 10 finishes - fifth at fall Columbus College Invitational (141), tied for 10th at FSC’s Matlock Classic (216) and tied for third at Southeastern Collegiate (212) ... finished 12th at Sunshine State Conference Tournament (218) ... tied for 34th at NCAA Super Regional (222) ... career stroke average is 73.75 in 30 tournaments. Sophomore Season (2007-08): HONORS - Honorable mention All-SSC ... SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... FSC Scholar-Athlete Award for men’s golf ... played in all 11 tournaments ... third on team in stroke average at 74.24 ... had three rounds of 70 or lower during the season, including career-best 67 in final round of Super Regional ... top finish was second at Rollins Fall Invitational (210) ... led team with third-place finish at Matlock Classic (215) ... finished 12th at SSC Championship (223) ... finished 15th at Super Regional (217) ... placed 77th at D-II Championship (296) ... career stroke average is 74.32.

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS - DIV. II TEAM TITLES

INDIVIDUAL TITLES

Florida Southern...... 11

Florida Southern........ 6

Columbus State............6

Columbus State........... 5

Cal St. Northridge*.......3

Cal St. Northridge*...... 3

So. Carolina-Aiken.......3

Cal Riverside*.............. 2

Troy*.............................3

Cal St. Fullerton*......... 2

Lamar*..........................2

Middle Tennessee*...... 2

New Orleans*...............2

So. Carolina-Aiken...... 2

Rollins..........................2

Tampa.......................... 2

Tampa..........................2

Valdosta State............. 2

West Florida.................2 11 institutions with .......1

Freshman Season (2006-07): HONORS: GCAA Honorable Mention All-American ... SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Played in nine tournaments ... made his FSC debut with one-under-par 71 first round at Duke’s Coca-Cola Classic ... had seasonbest round of 69 in second round of Southeastern Collegiate and finished seventh (218) ... had streak of four straight top ten finishes - seventh at Southeastern Collegiate, tied for 10th at Bobcat Invitational (219), sixth at SSC Tournament (225) and fourth at Super Regional (214) ... was Mocs’ low scorer at SSC Tournament and Super Regional ... finished 14th at NCAA Division II Championship (297) ... stroke average was 74.42, third on team. High School: 2006 graduate of Dublin Jerome High School ... four-year player on golf team ... helped lead Dublin Jerome to back-to-back Ohio state championships as a junior and senior ... shot 162 in 2004 state tournament and was team’s #3 scorer ... shot 162 again in 2005 state tournament and was team’s #4 scorer ... three-time conference player of the year ... also played lacrosse as a freshman at Dublin Jerome ... was on school’s academic honor roll. Personal: Son of Steve and Laura Stauch ... born 4/10/88 ... tied for seventh in 2009 Florida State Amateur Tournament with a 291 ... played in first two rounds of 2009 U.S. Men’s Amateur, but did not make the cut to continue. 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 CAREER

STAUCH YEAR-BY-YEAR Trn. Rnds Strokes 9 28 2084 11 33 2450 10 28 2031 30 99 7302

Avg. 74.42 74.24 72.53 73.75

Low 69 67 69 67

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS - ALL DIV.

21 institutions with....... 1

TEAM TITLES Yale (I)............................21 Houston (I)......................16 Cal St. Stanislaus (III)*...12 Princeton (I)....................12 Florida Southern (II)......11 Oklahoma State (I).........10 Methodist (III)....................9 Stanford (I)........................8 Columbus State (II)...........6 Harvard (I).........................6 Florida (I)..........................4 Louisiana State (I)............4 North Texas (I)..................4 Wake Forest (I).................3 9 institutions with..............2 23 institutions with ...........1

INDIVIDUAL TITLES Yale (I)........................... 13 Methodist (III).................. 9 Harvard (I)....................... 8 Houston (I)....................... 8 Oklahoma State (I).......... 8 Princeton (I)..................... 7 Arizona State (I).............. 6 Florida Southern (II)...... 6 Texas (I)........................... 6 Columbus State (II)......... 5 Ohio State (I)................... 5 Cal St. Stanislaus (II)**.... 5 Southern California (I)..... 4 5 institutions with............. 3 10 institutions with........... 2 36 institutions with .......... 1

*Now Division I

*Now. Div. II institution

*Now. Div. II institution

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Jude Eustaquio

COLIN SMITH

Junior Lake Worth, Fla. (Business)

Sophomore season (200809): HONORS - GCAA 1st-team AllAmerican ... 1st-team All-SSC ... SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Team MVP ... Played in every tournament ... led team in stroke average with a 72.03 to match sixth-best season average in school history ... had nine rounds of 70 or lower ... started fall season with four straight rounds under 70, 69-69 at Coker Invitational (placed 2nd at 138) and 68-67 at Columbus College Invitational (placed 1st at 135) ... had just four rounds higher than 75 all season ... matched season-low round of 67 in final round of Sunshine State Conference Tournament to finish ninth at 214 ... tied for 34th at NCAA Super Regional with a 222 ... career stroke average is 71.78 in 21 tournaments. Red-shirt freshman season (2007-08): HONORS - GCAA 1st-team All-American ... NCAA-II Outstanding Freshman ... SSC Men’s Golfer of the Year ... SSC Men’s Freshman Golfer of the Year ... 1st-team All-SSC ... SSC All-Tournament Team ... SSC Player of the Week 3/24/08 & 3/31/08 ... SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... FSC Male Student-Athlete of the Year ... Team MVP ... played in all 11 tournaments ... led team in stroke average (71.42), second-best season average in school history ... tied for first at D-II Championship (278), but lost in playoff for medalist ... had eight other top ten finishes ... won medalist at Southeastern Collegiate with eagle on second hole of playoff (212) ... tied for first at SSC Championship, was second in three-way playoff (214) ... second at Super Regional (206) ... had school-record 63 in opening round of D-II Championship ... had 14 rounds of 70 or lower.

Junior West Chester, Pa. (Sports Management) Transferred to FSC from the University of Delaware. Prior to FSC: 2008-09 - Played 17 rounds for the Blue Hens with a stroke average of 76.94 ... won the Scotty Duncan Memorial Tournament with a 137 ... placed second at the Navy Fall Invitational with a 139 ... named Colonial Athletic Association golfer of the week (Oct. 9) ... played in three spring tournaments ... placed 37th at CAA Tournament with a 235 ... 2007-08 - played 19 rounds with a stroke aveage of 76.63 ... tied school record with 66 in fall Old Dominion Invitational ... finished 45th at CAA Tournament with a 233. High School: 2007 graduate of Salesianum School ... three-time first-team all-state selection ... helped lead team to three straight state championships (2005-07) ... team’s No. 1 player as a junior and senior. Personal: Son of Richard and Carol Smith ... born 3/18/89. 2007-08* 2008-09* CAREER

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EUSTAQUIO YEAR-BY-YEAR Trn. Rnds Strokes 11 33 2357 10 28 2017 21 71 5097

Avg. 71.42 72.03 71.78

Low 63 67 63

Low 66 67 66

Junior Port Orange, Fla. (Sports Management)

High School: Graduated from Cardinal Newman High School ... district and regional golf champion as a senior ... regional champion and runner-up in state tournament as a junior to help Cardinal Newman to second-place finish ... state runner-up as a sophomore ... team MVP three straight years ... teammate of current FSC teammate Danny Evelyn ... graduated in top 10% of class ... member of National Honor Society.

2007-08 2008-09 CAREER

*From the Univ. of Delaware

Avg. 76.63 76.94 76.78

SHELTON SMITH

Freshman Season (2006-07): Redshirted at University of Florida.

Personal: Son of Amado and Jacqueline Eustaquio ... born 5/18/88 in the Philippines ... won 2008 Florida State Amateur and Eastern Amateur Tournaments ... 2004 Florida State Golf Association Junior Player of the Year ... won 2004 Florida State Junior Championship ... tied for sixth at 2006 Florida State Junior Championship ... won 1998 and 2001 Asia Pacific Junior Championship.

SMITH’S YEAR-BY-YEAR Trn. Rnds Strokes - 19 1456 - 17 1308 - 36 2764

Transferred to FSC from Brevard Community College.

in field of 24.

Prior to FSC: Played two seasons at Brevard Community College ... team MVP in 2008-09 ... tied for 19th at National Junior College Tournament with a 300 ... team placed 11th

High School: 2007 graduate of Spruce Creek High School ... four-year performer on golf team ... 1st-team all-area selection in 2004 and 2006, 2nd-team selection in 2005, honorable mention selection in 2003 ... graduated summa cum laude with a 3.83 GPA. Personal: Son of Brent and Cheryl Smith ... born 9/30/88.


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Florida Southern College

Robert Gleixner

Lee White

Sophomore Bartow, Fla. (Sports Management)

Sophomore Greenwood, Ind. (Biology)

Red-shirt Freshman Season (2008-09): HONORS - NCAA Division II Academic Achievement Award ... SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... FSC Scholar-Athlete for men’s golf (highest GPA on team) ... did not play in any fall tournaments, but played in all six spring tournaments ... had a stroke average of 74.77, fourth-best on team ... made his Moccasin debut in FSC’s Matlock Classic with a 227 that tied for 54th ... best individual round was a 70 in final round of USF Invitational ... best individual finish was a tie for 18th at Sunshine State Conference Tournament with a 221 ... shot a 231 and tied for 81st at NCAA Super Regional. Freshman Season (2007-08): HONORS - SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... did not play in any tournaments. High School: Graduated from Ronalli High School in Indianapolis ... lettered all four years in golf ... four-year all-county selection in golf ... graduated with honors.

Red-shirt Freshman Season (2008-09): Played in one tournament, the Columbus College Invitational, in fall of 2008 ... shot rounds of 79 and 81 for a 160 that tied for 82nd. Freshman Season (2007-08): Did not play in any tournaments. High School: Graduated from Bartow High School ... three-year letter-winner in golf ... team captain and MVP as a junior and senior ... first-team all-county selection as a senior. Personal: Son of David and Kelly White ... born 2/9/89 ... didn’t begin playing golf until age 14 ... won 2007 Youth Villa Junior Tournament in Polk County, had five-under-par 67 in first round ... co-medalist at 2007 Men’s State Amateur Qualifier. 2008-09 CAREER

WHITE’S YEAR-BY-YEAR Trn. Rnds Strokes 1 2 160 1 2 160

Avg. 80.00 80.00

Low 79 79

Personal: Son of Mark and Tracy Gleixner ... born 7/4/88. 2008-09 CAREER

GLEIXNER’S YEAR-BY-YEAR Trn. Rnds Strokes Avg. 6 18 1346 74.77 6 18 1346 74.77

Peter Creighton

Low 70 70

Red-Shirt Freshman Kenmore, N.Y. (Business Administration)

Freshman Season (2008-09): Red-shirted ... did not play in any tournaments. High School: Graduated from Canisius High School in Buffalo, N.Y. ... played golf and hockey all four years ... named Canisius athlete of the year

MOST NCAA DIV. II MEN’S TEAM TITLES

as a senior.

Abilene Christian (Outdoor Track & Field)................18

Personal: Son of Paul and MaryEllen Creighton ... born 12/18/89.

(One Sport)

Cal St. Bakersfield* (Swimming & Diving)................13 Abilene Christian (Indoor Track & Field)..................12 St. Augustine’s (Indoor Track & Field)......................12 Florida Southern (Men’s Golf)............................... 11 St. Augustine’s (Outdoor Track & Field)...................10 Cal St. Northridge* (Swimming & Diving)...................9 Florida Southern (Baseball)....................................9 *Now Division I

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Florida Southern College

2009-10 Men’s Golf

Tobin Dunigan

Steven Wright

Freshman Season (2008-09): Red-shirted ... did not play in any tournaments.

Freshman Season (2008-09): Red-shirted ... did not play in any tournaments.

Red-Shirt Freshman Jackson, Mich. (Finance)

High School: Graduated from Lumen Christi Catholic High School ... played golf and hockey all four years ... two-time first-team all-state selection in golf ... two-time county golfer of the year ... three-time first-team all-conference selection in golf ... conference golfer of the year as a senior ... team captain as a junior and senior ... firstteam all-conference selection and team captain in hockey. Personal: Son of Charlie and Laurie Dunigan ... born 11/17/89 ... member of FSC’s 2009-10 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).

Red-Shirt Freshman Winter Haven, Fla. (Accounting)

High School: Graduated from All Saints Academy ... team MVP in golf all four years ... district champion in 2006 ... National Honor Society president as a senior ... member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Personal: Son of Steve and Cheri Wright, both of whom are FSC graduates ... sister, Rachel, also attends FSC ... member of FSC’s 2009-10 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) ... born 6/4/90.

PAT GOCKLIN

Red-Shirt Freshman Manchester, N.H. (Communications) Freshman Season (2008-09): Red-shirted ... did not play in any tournaments. High School: Graduated from Manchester Memorial High School ... played golf all four years ... as a junior won Class L state championship ... named school’s best all-around athlete and student as a senior ... class president as a junior and a senior ... student council member all four years. Personal: Son of David and Patricia Gocklin ... has a twin brother, Tim ... born 10/11/89.

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Golf World/Nike 2008-09 Final Top 25 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

West Florida Sonoma State St. Edward’s Florida Southern USC-Aiken Nova Southeastern Georgia College CSU-Stanislaus Western Washington Washburn North Alabama Columbus State Barry Lynn Abilene Christian Valdosta State Cameron CSU-San Bernardino Central Oklahoma Clayton State Belmont Abbey Chico State CSU-Monterey Bay CU-Colorado Springs Indianapolis


2009-10 Men’s Golf

Florida Southern College

2008-09 INDIVIDUAL AND CAREER STATISTICS S E A S O N

GOLFER

C A R E E R

LOW

STRK

RND

TRN

AVG.

LOW

STRK

RND

TRN

AVG.

67

2017

28

10

72.03

63

5097

71

21

71.78

Danny Evelyn

69

2139

28

10

76.39

67

7472

100

31

74.72

Cameron Peterson

74

224

3

1

74.66

71

455

6

2

75.83

Robert Gleixner

70

1346

18

6

74.77

70

1346

18

6

74.77

Josh Koch

76

421

5

2

84.20

76

421

5

2

84.20

Jude Eustaquio

Brian Richey

65

2351

32

11

73.46

65

6312

84

25

75.14

Matt Stauch

69

2031

28

10

72.53

67

7302

99

30

73.75

Lee White

79

160

2

1

80.00

79

160

2

1

80.00

DATES 9/23-24/08 10/06-07/08 10/13-13/08 10/27-28/08 2/16-17/08 3/06-08/09 3/15-17/09 3/23-24/09 4/20-21/09 5/04-06/09

TOURNAMENT Coker College Invitational Columbus College Invitational The Prestige (Stanford Univ.) Rollins Invitational The Matlock Inivitational (Fla. Southern) Ron Smith Invitational (Univ. South Fla.) Southeastern Collegiate (Valdosta State Univ.) Bobcat Invitational (Georgia Coll. & State Univ.) Sunshine State Conference Tournament NCAA Super Regional

SITE Orlando, FL Columbus, GA La Quinta, CA Ocoee, FL Lakeland, FL Dade City, FL Valodsta, GA Eatonton, GA Winter Haven, FL Florence, AL

FINISH 1st of 21 teams 2nd of 17 teams 14th of 16 teams 3rd of 16 teams 9th of 15 teams 2nd* of 23 teams 4th of 17 teams T5th of 18 teams 3rd of 9 teams 7th of 20 teams *Lost playoff

COKER COLLEGE INVITATIONAL Orlando, FL Sept. 23-24, 2008 Coker College 2. Jude Eustaquio............................ 69-69 = 138 3. Danny Evelyn.............................. 69-70 = 139 T5. Matt Stauch................................. 70-71 = 141 T44. Brian Richey................................ 74-76 = 150 60. Josh Koch.................................... 76-86 = 162 1. Fla. Southern.......................... 282-286 = 568

MATLOCK CLASSIC Lakeland, FL Feb. 16-17, 2009 Fla. Southern College T10. Matt Stauch............................73-72-71 = 216 T10. Jude Eustaquio.......................72-71-73 = 216 T28. Brian Richey...........................73-77-72 = 222 54. Robert Gleixner......................74-78-75 = 227 T56. Danny Evelyn.........................73-77-79 = 229 9. Fla. Southern...................291-297-291 = 879

SUNSHINE ST. CONF. TOURN. Winter Haven, FL Apr. 20-21, 2009 Florida Southern 2. Brian Richey **.......................71-71-65 = 207 9. Jude Eustaquio.......................76-71-67 = 214 12. Matt Stauch............................78-71-69 = 218 T18. Robert Gleixner......................72-76-73 = 221 T35. Danny Evelyn.........................79-75-75 = 229 3. Fla. Southern...................297-288-274 = 859

COLUMBUS INVITATIONAL Columbus, GA Oct. 6-7, 2008 Columbus College 1. Jude Eustaquio............................ 68-67 = 135 5. Matt Stauch................................. 71-70 = 141 T33. Danny Evelyn.............................. 76-72 = 148 T33. Brian Richey................................ 74-74 = 148 T82. Lee White.................................... 79-81 = 160 2. Fla. Southern.......................... 289-283 = 572

RON SMITH INVITATIONAL Dade City, FL Mar. 6-8, 2009 Univ. South Florida T1. Matt Stauch............................67-67-73 = 207 T13. Jude Eustaquio.......................71-74-70 = 215 T22. Robert Gleixner......................74-73-70 = 217 T39. Brian Richey...........................74-75-70 = 219 T104. Danny Evelyn.........................79-81-75 = 235 T1. Fla. Southern*.................286-289-283 = 858

NCAA DIV. II SUPER REGIONAL Florence, AL May 4-6, 2009 North Alabama T4. Brian Richey...........................72-71-71 = 214 T34. Matt Stauch............................73-76-73 = 222 T34. Jude Eustaquio.......................71-75-76 = 222 T81. Rob Gleixner...........................80-76-75 = 231 T96. Danny Evelyn.........................85-73-78 = 236 7. Fla. Southern...................296-295-295 = 886

THE PRESTIGE La Quinta, CA Oct. 13-14, 2008 Stanford Univ. T15. Danny Evelyn.........................72-80-69 = 221 T38. Jude Eustaquio.......................78-75-76 = 229 T54. Brian Richey...........................76-80-75 = 231 T54. Matt Stauch............................76-80-75 = 231 83. Josh Koch...............................91-84-84 = 259 14. Fla. Southern...................302-315-295 = 912

SOUTHEASTERN COLLEGIATE Valdosta, GA Mar. 15-17, 2009 Valdosta State Univ. T3. Matt Stauch............................72-70-70 = 212 T8. Jude Eustaquio.......................74-71-69 = 214 T21. Brian Richey...........................70-74-74 = 218 T38. Robert Gleixner......................76-73-72 = 221 87. Danny Evelyn.........................83-78-79 = 240 4. Fla. Southern...................292-288-285 = 865

NCAA DIV. II NATIONAL CHAMP. Blaine, WA May 19-22, 2009 NCAA T20. Brian Richey......................72-78-74-73 = 297

ROLLINS INVITATIONAL Ocoee, FL Oct. 27-28, 2008 Rollins College 3. Danny Evelyn.........................70-69-73 = 212 T25. Jude Eustaquio.......................74-75-72 = 221 T37. Matt Stauch............................70-79-75 = 224 T37. Cameron Peterson.................74-76-74 = 224 T65. Brian Richey...........................74-73-82 = 229 3. Fla. Southern...................288-293-294 = 875

BOBCAT INVITATIONAL Eatonton, GA Mar. 23-24, 2009 Ga. College & State Univ. T4. Jude Eustaquio.......................70-70-73 = 213 T12. Brian Richey...........................72-70-74 = 216 T22. Matt Stauch............................73-74-72 = 219 T52. Robert Gleixner......................74-78-77 = 229 94. Danny Evelyn.........................80-86-84 = 250 T5. Fla. Southern...................289-292-296 = 877

* Lost Playoff ** Tied in regulation; lost in playoff

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THAT CHAMPIONSHIP TRADITION

1981 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach Charley Matlock

1986 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach Charley Matlock

1982 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach Charley Matlock 1990 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach Charley Matlock

1985 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach Charley Matlock

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1991 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach Charley Matlock


2009-10 Men’s Golf

Florida Southern College

THAT CHAMPIONSHIP TRADITION

1995 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach Charley Matlock

1999 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach Doug Gordin

2000 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach Doug Gordin 1996 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach Doug Gordin

NCAA INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS

Tom Gleeton 1979

Tom Patri 1981

Lee Janzen 1986

Matt Saglio 1999

Jeff Klauk 2000

Steve Sokol 2001

1998 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Coach Doug Gordin

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ALL-AMERICANS Scott Behl ....................................................................(1981-3rd) Rodney Butcher ......... (1989-HM, 1990-1st, 1991-1st, 1992-1st) Pat Chisholm .............................................................. (1986-3rd) Mike Cloer . ............................................... (1991-3rd, 1993-2nd) John Curley ................................. (1994-2nd, 1995-1st, 1996-1st) Corey Doel . ............................................. (1991-HM, 1992-2nd) Marco Dawson . ........................................................ (1985-HM) Mike Domalske ................................................ (1981-2nd, 1982) Jude Eustaquio..............................................(2008-1st, 2009-1st) Don Fardon . .......................................... (1985-HM, 1986-HM) Marc France............................................(2006-HM, 2007-HM) Gregg Gamester . ..........................(1982, 1984-HM, 1985-HM) Tom Gleeton ............................................................ (1978, 1979) Scott Hawkins ........................................(1985-HM, 1987-HM) Kevin Hester ...............................................................(1987-2nd) Ralph Howe ...............................................(1987-1st, 1988-HM) Ralph Howe ...............................................(1987-1st, 1988-HM) Zoran Illic.....................................................................(2000-1st) Lee Janzen . ................................. (1984-2nd, 1985-1st, 1986-1st) Austin Jones...............................................................(2002-HM) Patrick Kinley ........................................................... (1996-HM) Jeff Klauk .................... (1997-2nd, 1998-1st, 1999-1st, 2000-1st) Greg Koch................................ (2005-HM, 2006-1st, 2007-2nd) Dan Konieczny .......................(1993-HM, 1994-2nd, 1995-2nd) Bobby Kramer .................................................................... (1979) Tim Ling . ................................................. (1990-2nd, 1991-2nd) Chad Lucovsky .....(1992-HM, 1993-3rd, 1994-2nd, 1995-HM) Andy McLendon ...................................... (1996-1st, 1998-HM) Dave McMillan ....................................... (1989-3rd, 1990-HM) Rocco Mediate ............................................(1983-2nd, 1984-1st) Todd Mudge ............................... (1988-1st, 1989-2nd, 1990-1st) Jim Northrup ............................................................ (1980-HM) Steve Paramore........(2000-HM, 2001-1st, 2002-1st, 2003-HM) Tom Patri ......................................................(1980-1st, 1981-1st) Travis Perkins .........................(1997-HM, 1998-2nd, 1999-2nd) B.J. Pitzen.................................................................. (2001-HM) Wayne Raath ......... (1997-HM, 1998-2nd, 1999-2nd, 2000-1st) Tim Reed...................................................................(2006-HM) Alex Renard............................................. (2000-HM, 2001-2nd) Matt Saglio ...................................................(1998-1st, 1999-1st) Brian Richey..............................................................(2009-HM) Hal Sherran . ...................................................................... (1975) Jon Sielsky ................................................................... (1990-3rd) David Snyder ...............................................(1980-3rd, 1981-1st) Steve Sokol.................................................... (2001-1st, 2002-1st) Darren Stanek .............................................................(1988-2nd) Matt Stauch.............................................. (2007-HM, 2009-3rd) Darron Stiles . .......................... (1993-HM, 1994-3rd, 1995-3rd) Rich Taylor................................................................. (1999-HM)

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MATLOCK INVITATIONAL 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Florida Southern .................................... 281 Florida State................................................... **857 University of Florida........................................... 854 North Carolina................................................... 841 University of Florida........................................... 864 Wake Forest................................................... **585 Georgia Tech....................................................*845 Louisiana State................................................. 840 Florida State...................................................... 852 Ohio State......................................................... 570 Wake Forest...................................................... 847 Ohio State......................................................... 862 Florida State...................................................... 844 Florida Southern .................................... 843 Columbus State................................................. 566 Augusta State.................................................... 850 North Florida...................................................... 860 Alabama............................................................ 866 Florida Southern .................................... 874 Florida Southern .................................... 903 Tulsa.................................................................. 873 Tulsa.................................................................. 866 Memphis............................................................ 864 Florida Southern .................................... 872 Florida Southern .................................... 891 Nova Southeastern........................................... 865 Florida Southern .................................... 870 Clayton State..................................................... 858

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Jim Roy – South Florida.................................... 67 Keith Kulger – Florida State.............................. 211 Fred Wadsworth – South Carolina.................... 208 Clark Burroughs – Ohio State........................... 205 Peter Person – Georgia.................................... 210 Jay Nichols – Georgia Tech............................... 139 Charles Rymer – Georgia Tech......................... 206 David Toms – Louisiana State........................... 205 Eoghan O’Connell – Wake Forest..................... 209 Hans S. Olsen – Central Florida....................... 134 Kevin Kemp – Wake Forest............................... 206 Bobby Cochran – Florida State......................... 207 Bobby Cochran – Florida State......................... 206 Jimmy Flippen – Virginia................................... 205 Mark Slawter – North Carolina St...................... 138 Greg Green – Georgia Southern....................... 205 Felipe Aguilar – North Florida............................ 207 Jaco Rall – Columbus St................................... 211 Jeff Klauk – ­ Florida Southern . ........ 204 Steve Sokol – Florida Southern . ..... 219 Steve Sokol – Florida Southern . ..... 210 Geoffrey Harris – Old Dominion...................... 209 Greg Koch# – Florida Southern ........ 211 Ben Scott – Missouri......................................... 212 Matt VanCleave – Kansas State........................ 212 Greg Koch# – Florida Southern ........ 215 Matthew Galloway – West Florida..................... 212 Matthew Galloway – West Florida..................... 210 Will Wilcox - Clayton State................................ 205

#Freshman

INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS

*Won on first playoff hole **Won on second playoff hole


2009-10 Men’s Golf

Florida Southern College

FIVE MOCS ON 2009 PGA TOUR

Barney Barnett, Lee Janzen, Leon Sikes, Jr., and George Jenkins (seated), admire Lee’s 1993 U.S. Open Championship Trophy during the “Pop” Sikes Golf Day.

“POP” SIKES GOLF DAY Started in 1976 by the late Jimmie Sikes as a way to honor his father, Leon “Pop” Sikes, and help support the Florida Southern golf program, the “Pop” Sikes Golf Day has helped enable the Moccasin golf team to win 11 NCAA Division II National Championships, as well as six national runner-up finishes and three third place finishes. “None of the success that the golf team has had could have been possible without the “Pop” Sikes Golf Day,” says former FSC coach Charley Matlock. “It’s because of the love and concern of the Sikes family that the Golf Day has been so successful. From the beginning, they made sure this was a first-class event.” Along with the Sikes family, others have contributed to this annual event. George Jenkins, founder of Publix Super Markets, opened his Lone Palm Golf Club facilities each year to stage the event. John Mack and Clayton Lyons helped to organize the event in its infant years, while Joe Hodge, Head Pro at Lone Palm, took charge of the organizational details at the golf course. Held annually in October, “Pop” Sikes Golf Day has raised approximately $1.25 million and has averaged over 100 participants since its inception.

In 2009 five former Florida Southern golf standouts played on the PGA Tour – Marco Dawson, Lee Janzen, Jeff Klauk, Rocco Mediate and Darron Stiles. Twice during the 2009 season all five former Moccasins were entered in the same tournament – the Puerto Rico Open in March and the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee in July. Dawson, a teammate of Janzen and Mediate at Florida Southern, has earned over $4 million on the PGA Tour. His best finish in a PGA event was second in the 1995 Greater Milwaukee Open and he has one win on the Nationwide Tour. He was a member of the Mocs’ 1982 and 1985 NCAA championship team. A three-time All-American and 1986 NCAA Division II champion, Janzen is a two-time winner of the U.S. Open (1993, 1998). Overall he has won eight PGA titles during his career and earned almost $15 million since joining the tour in 1989. He played on the Mocs’ 1985 and 1986 NCAA championship teams. Klauk had an outstanding rookie season on the PGA Tour in 2009, with three top ten finishes and earning over $1 million. His top finishes were fourth at The Honda Classic and a tie for fourth at the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee. He was the 2000 NCAA Division II individual champion on the Moccasins’ 2000 national championship team. Mediate, a two-time All-American in 1983 and 1984, has climbed steadily into national prominence on the PGA Tour. His popularity soared to celebrity status in 2008 as a result of his dramatic final round and playoff battle with Tiger Woods at the U.S. Open. He has five PGA victories to his credit and has earned over $15. He credits former Moccasin coach Charlie Matlock with having a major influence on his game. Stiles has earned over $1 million on both the PGA Tour and on the Nationwide Tour. He had one top ten finish last year on the PGA Tour and has four career wins on the Nationwide Tour. He was a three-time All-American (1993, 1994, 1995) at FSC. With the election of Dawson and Stiles to the FSC Sports Hall of Fame for 2010, all five former Moccasins will be in the FSC Sports Hall of Fame.

MOCS ON THE PGA TOUR

Marco Dawson

Lee Janzen

Rocco Mediate

Jeff Klauk

Darron Stiles

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YEARLY NCAA FINISHES 1973 1974 1975 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2006 2007 2008

Riverside, CA...................................... Seventh Place Tampa, FL................................................. Fifth Place Clarksville, TN.......................................... Ninth Place Corpus Christi, TX..................................... Fifth Place Lakeland, FL............................................. Fifth Place Davis, CA.................................. National Runner-up Houma, LA................................ National Runner-up Singburg, CT............................National Champions Lakeland, FL............................National Champions Wheeling, WV........................................ Fourth Place Erie, PA..................................... National Runner-up Huntsville, TX...........................National Champions Innisbrook, FL..........................National Champions Columbus, GA.......................................... Sixth Place Osage Beach, MO.................... National Runner-up Erie, PA..................................................... Fifth Place Boca Raton, FL........................National Champions Boca Raton, FL........................National Champions Spartanburg, SC...................................... Third Place Turlock, CA.............................................. Third Place Jacksonville, FL..................................... Fourth Place Aiken, SC.................................National Champions Edmond, OK............................National Champions Scottsdale, AZ........................................ Eighth Place Howey-in-the-Hills, FL..............National Champions Valdosta, GA............................National Champions Turlock, CA..............................National Champions Allendale, MI.............................National Runner-Up Howey-In-The-Hills, FL............................ Third Place Daniels, WV............................................. Sixth Place Allendale, MI............................................ Third Place Houston, TX............................................. Sixth Place

NCAA MEDALISTS FROM FLORIDA SOUTHERN

1979..........................................Tom Gleeton 1981...............................................Tom Patri 1986........................................... Lee Janzen 1998............................................ Matt Saglio 2000.............................................. Jeff Klauk 2001...........................................Steve Sokol

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STROKE AVERAGE LEADERS Year Golfer Strk. Rnd. 1958 Joe Hamby 1238 17 1959 Joe Hamby 1779 12.5 1960 Joe Hamby 1407 19.5 1961 Dick Harrell 1292 18 1962 Lane Cobb 1254 16.5 1963 Don Richards 1151 15 1964 Don Richards 1152 15 1965 Don Richards 998 13 1966 Ed Cerioni 1331 17 1967 Mack Brown 1104 14 1968 (no results available) 1969 Dan Burton 866 11 1970 Dan Burton 1218 16 1971 Dan Burton 981 13 1972 Jerry McDonald 1355 18 1973-76 (no results available) 1977 Bob Kramer 1904 25 1978 (leader unavailable) 1979 Tom Gleeton 985 13 1980 Dave Snyder 1657 22 1981 Scott Behl 1202 16 1982 Gregg Gamester 2252 30 1983 Rocco Mediate 1423 19 1984 Rocco Mediate 2398 30 1985 Lee Janzen 2418 33 1986 Lee Janzen 2371 33 1987 Ralph Howe 2590 35 1988 Todd Mudge 2305 31 1989 Todd Mudge 2274 31 1990 Todd Mudge 2747 37 1991 Rodney Butcher 2812 38 1992 Rodney Butcher 2540 35 1993 Mike Cloer 2299 31 1994 John Curley 2213 30 1995 John Curley 2967 41 1996 John Curley 2440 34 1997 Jeff Klauk 2948 40 1998 Jeff Klauk 2840 39 1999 Jeff Klauk 2554 35 2000 Jeff Klauk 2192 31 2001 Steve Sokol 2464 34 2002 Steve Sokol 2326 32 2003 Steve Paramore 2043 28 2004 Brett Blondell 2247 30 2005 Greg Koch 2119 29 2006 Greg Koch 2161 30 2007 Greg Koch 2414 33 2008 Jude Eustaquio 2357 33 2009 Jude Eustaquio 2107 28

Avg. 72.82 75.70 72.15 71.78 76.00 76.73 76.80 76.77 78.29 78.86 78.73 76.13 75.46 75.28 76.16 75.76 75.32 75.10 75.06 74.89 72.66 73.20 71.85 74.00 74.35 75.56 74.24 74.00 72.57 74.16 73.77 72.37 71.76 73.70 72.82 72.97 70.71 72.47 72.69 72.96 74.90 73.07 72.03 73.15 71.42 72.03


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Florida Southern College

FSC INDIVIDUALS (IN TOP 15) AT DIV. II CHAMPIONSHIP 1977

5 Al Peters

75-70-72-73 = 290

1978

15 Jim Ankenbrandt

76-75-75-70 = 297

1979

1 TOM GLEETON 9 Bobby Kramer

72-76-72-69 = 289 74-75-76-74 = 299

1980

2 Tom Patri 9 Mike Domalske

71-73-73-72 = 289 73-75-77-68 = 293

1981

1 3 6 14

TOM PATRI Mike Domalske David Snyder Scott Behl

1982

4 Gregg Gamester 6 Mike Domalske 15 Scott Behl

75-73-75-73 = 294 73-76-74-76 = 295 68-81-74-74 = 299

1983

11 Rocco Mediate 15 Gregg Gamester

76-77-77-79 = 309 80-71-81-79 = 311

1984

4 Lee Janzen 11 Gregg Gamester 15 Pat Chisholm

78-75-73-73 = 299 75-75-79-76 = 304 80-76-74-75 = 305

1985

2 Lee Janzen 8 Scott Hawkins 10 Marco Dawson

74-71-75-71 = 291 76-74-73-75 = 298 79-74-77-69 = 299

1986

1 LEE JANZEN 13 Pat Chisholm

70-70-70-71 = 281 72-79-76-71 = 298

1987

3 Ralph Howe

73-68-76-73 = 290

1988

4 Todd Mudge 5 Darren Stanek

67-80-78-73 = 298 73-74-78-75 = 300

71-70-72-78 = 293 76-73-72-78 = 299 76-75-72-77 = 300 75-81-73-73 = 305

1990

3 4 4 6 11

Jon Sielsky Tim Ling Rodney Butcher Dave McMillan Todd Mudge

71-76-79-69 = 295 73-77-75-71 = 296 77-74-73-72 = 296 71-75-73-78 = 297 72-80-73-75 = 300

1991

2 3 7 10

Rodney Butcher Mike Cloer Tim Ling Corey Doel

73-73-70-73 = 289 74-75-73-68 = 290 75-69-78-72 = 294 76-74-73-73 = 296

1992

2 Rodney Butcher 15 Chad Lucovsky

73-71-71-71 = 286 72-79-72-72 = 295

1993

8 Dan Konieczny 12 Chad Lucovsky

76-72-75-67 = 290 75-70-72-74 = 291

1994

9 Chad Lucovsky 9 Dan Konieczny

74-73-71-77 = 295 74-73-71-77 = 295

1995

2 John Curley 6 Chad Lucovsky 8 Dan Konieczny

76-68-76-71 = 291 81-72-71-75 = 299 73-79-74-77 = 303

1996

2 John Curley 5 Andy McLendon 10 Dan Konieczny

71-74-77-70 = 292 77-73-72-71 = 293 71-75-75-75 = 296

1997

9 Jeff Klauk

72-71-69-75 = 287

1998

5 5 9 13

Travis Perkins Matt Saglio Wayne Raath Jeff Klauk

79-75-70-69 = 293 73-70-76-74 = 293 76-69-75-74 = 294 76-73-74-73 = 296

1999

1 2 7 10

MATT SAGLIO Jeff Klauk Travis Perkins Wayne Raath

68-73-68-69 = 278 69-70-73-68 = 280 74-70-71-69 = 284 72-73-71-71 - 287

2000

1 JEFF KLAUK 3 Alex Renard 6 Zoran Ilic 14 Wayne Raath

69-67-71-68 = 275 70-71-71-73 = 285 69-74-70-76 = 289 74-72-72-72 = 293

2001

1 STEVE SOKOL 4 Steve Paramore 7 Alex Renard

71-68-75-72 = 286 74-71-70-74 = 289 69-73-74-76 = 292

2002

7 Steve Sokol 7 Steve Paramore 15 Austin Jones

76-71-76-70 = 293 73-74-75-71 = 293 76-73-78-71 = 298

2006

3 Greg Koch 15 Tim Reed

66-71-74-71 = 282 72-76-72-73 = 293

2007

6 Greg Koch 8 Marc France 14 Matt Stauch

75-72-75-71 = 293 72-72-75-75 = 294 74-76-74-73 = 297

2008

T1 Jude Eustaquio 63-74-73-68 = 278 (lost in one-hole playoff) National Champion Years in Red

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Florida Southern College Athletic Scholarships Florida Southern College is proud to be able to provide distinct scholarships for most of its varsity sports. Established by gifts from many generous donors, these named scholarships were created to recognize and honor an individual or were created as memorials. All of them reflect a donor’s love of sports, a desire to assist exceptional student-athletes, and a commitment to higher education. Florida Southern’s Athletic Department is extremely grateful for the support from these outstanding individuals. If you are interested in contributing to a current scholarship or establishing a new one, please call Florida Southern Athletic Director Pete Meyer at 863-680-4264. BASEBALL • Jim & Phyllis Adams Scholarship • Chuck Anderson Scholarship • Fernando Arguelles Family Scholarship • John Cedarburg Scholarship • John & Rebecca Rodda Scholarship • Hal Smeltzly Scholarship MEN’S BASKETBALL • The Blade and The Blu Scholarship • Scott Kelly Scholarship • John P. & William P. Buckley Scholarship

WOMEN’S SOCCER • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Taylor Greene Memorial Scholarship SOFTBALL • Chris Bellotto Scholarship • Stanley Gaines Scholarship • Mary Meloy Scholarship MEN’S SWIMMING • Hal & Marjorie Hollis Roberts Scholarship

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL • Dick Goding Scholarship

WOMEN’S SWIMMING • Hal & Marjorie Hollis Roberts Scholarship

MEN’S & WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship

MEN’S TENNIS • David & Carol Walters Scholarship • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship

MEN’S GOLF • Tommy Billings Scholarship • Dan Burton Scholarship • Bobby Hinson - Bobby Bates Memorial Scholarship • Conner Janzen Scholarship • George Jenkins Scholarship • James “Jimmie” Sikes Scholarship • Leon “Pop” Sikes, Sr. Scholarship • Hal Sherron Fund WOMEN’S GOLF • Tommy Billings Scholarship • Dan Burton Scholarship • Bobby Hinson - Bobby Bates Memorial Scholarship • Nell W. Phelps Scholarship MEN’S SOCCER • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Dick Wells Fund

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WOMEN’S TENNIS • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship VOLLEYBALL • Ruby Adams - Ellene Szabo Scholarship • Dorothy Cofrin Scholarship • Herman & Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Stephens Family Scholarship • Irene Wagner Scholarship • Lois Webb Scholarship GENERAL • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family Scholarship


2009-10 Men’s Golf

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Founded in 1975, the Sunshine State Conference has risen from a single sport organization to the Division II “Conference of Champions.” Since its inception, the conference has grown steadily in sports played, membership and national prominence. Sunshine State Conference member schools have won NCAA national titles (71 total) in baseball, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s golf, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball, and are nationally recognized in men’s and women’s cross Commissioner country, women’s rowing and women’s basketball. Jay Jones The SSC sponsors championships in 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, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s volleyball, softball and women’s rowing. The first women’s SSC championships began in 1981-82. SSC members include: Barry University (Miami Shores); Eckerd College (St. Petersburg); Florida Tech (Melbourne); Florida Southern College (Lakeland); Lynn University (Boca Raton); Nova Southeastern University (Ft. Lauderdale); Rollins College (Winter Park); Saint Leo University (Saint Leo); and the University of Tampa (Tampa). Jay Jones, Commissioner Kelly Harrison, Assistant Commissioner, Internal Operations Maryanne Simkulak, Assistant Commissioner, Membership Services 7061 Grand National Dr., Suite 138 Orlando, FL 32819 • (407) 248-8460 www.sunshinestateconference.com

SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE GOLF CHAMPIONS 1977....................................Rollins 1978..................Florida Southern 1979....................................Rollins 1980.......................Central Florida 1981.......................Central Florida 1982....................................Rollins 1983..................Florida Southern 1984..................Florida Southern 1985-90................. No Tournament 1991..................Florida Southern 1992..................Florida Southern 1993..................Florida Southern 1994..................Florida Southern 1995..................Florida Southern

1996..........................North Florida 1997..................Florida Southern 1998..................Florida Southern 1999..................Florida Southern 2000..................Florida Southern 2001..................Florida Southern 2002....................................Rollins 2003....................................Rollins 2004.......................................Lynn 2005................Nova Southeastern 2006.......................................Lynn 2007................Nova Southeastern 2008..................Florida Southern 2009................Nova Southeastern

FSC MEN’S GOLF SCORECARD NCAA National Championships 1981 • 1982 • 1985 • 1986 1990 • 1991 • 1995 • 1996 1998 • 1999 • 2000 NCAA Runner-Up 1979 • 1980 • 1984 1988 • 2001 NCAA Third Place 1992 • 1993 • 2002 • 2007 NCAA Fourth-Place 1983 • 1994 NCAA Individual National Champions 1979 - Tom Gleeton 1981 - Tom Patri 1986 - Lee Janzen 1999 - Matt Saglio 2000 - Jeff Klauk 2001 - Steve Sokol NCAA Regional Championships 1996 • 1999 • 2000 • 2006 NCAA Post-Season Bids 1973 • 1974 • 1975 • 1977 1978 • 1979 • 1980 • 1981 1982 • 1983 • 1984 • 1985 1986 • 1987 • 1988 • 1989 1990 • 1991 • 1992 • 1993 1994 • 1995 • 1996 • 1997 1998 • 1999 • 2000 • 2001 2002 • 2003 • 2004 • 2005 2006 • 2007 • 2008 • 2009 Sunshine State Conference Championships 1978 • 1983 • 1984 • 1985 1991 • 1992 • 1993 • 1994 1995 • 1997 • 1998 • 1999 2000 • 2001 • 2008

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SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HALL OF FAME Lisa Ball (women’s golf) and Wayne Raath (men’s golf) were inducted into the SSC Hall of Fame in 2009 bringing the number of inductees from Florida Southern College to 41. Nine Moccasin representatives were inducted into the inaugural class in 1991-92 and FSC has had at least one inductee in 15 of the 18 classes since the Hall’s inception. Of the 41inductees, 27 have been student-athletes, while 10 have come from the coaching ranks and four from administrative and staff positions.

LISA BALL Women’s Golf 2000-2002

WAYNE RAATH Men’s Golf 1997-2000

FSC’s SSC Hall of Fame Inductees Class of 1991-92 Dana Cozine - Volleyball John Ebeling - Men’s Basketball John Edwards - Men’s Basketball Tom Gleeton - Men’s Golf Sandy Hudson - Volleyball Charley Matlock - Men’s Golf Coach Tom Patri - Men’s Golf Hal Smeltzly - Baseball Coach / Athletic Director Lois Webb - Volleyball Coach Class of 1992-93 Joe Arnold - Baseball Coach Lee Janzen - Men’s Golf Class of 1993-94 Ed Jeffries - Women’s Tennis Coach Jerry Johnson - Men’s Basketball Dori Stankewitz - Softball Class of 1994-95 Bill “Doc” Connors - Trainer Kris Kearney - Men’s Basketball Class of 1995-96 Chuck Anderson - Baseball Coach Terry Gilmore - Baseball Missey Crain - Volleyball Class of 1996-97 Hal Wissel - Men’s Basketball Coach Class of 1998-99 Kellie Robinson - Softball

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Class of 1999-00 Chris Bellotto - Softball Coach John Hudek - Baseball Class of 2002-03 Becky Thyhsen - Volleyball Norm Benn - Women’s Basketball Coach Rocco Mediate - Men’s Golf Class of 2003-04 Tarra Blackwell - Women’s Basketball Class OF 2004-05 Shelly Davis - Softball Wayne Koehler - Sports Information Director Shanna Nagy - Women’s Golf Class OF 2005-06 Lisa Cave - Women’s Golf Jeff Klauk - Men’s Golf James Vida - Baseball Class OF 2006-07 Duane Hopkins - Faculty Athletics representative B.J. Leach - Baseball Traci Wood - Softball Class OF 2007-08 Julianne Coleman - Softball A.L. “Buck” Dawson - Cross Country Coach Jana Peterkova - Women’s Golf Class OF 2008-09 Lisa Ball - Women’s Golf Wayne Raath - Men’s Golf


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FSC SPORTS HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2002 Chuck Anderson - Baseball (1959-62) Baseball Coach (1984-2002) Chris Bellotto - Softball Coach (1982- ) John Ebeling - Men’s Basketball (1979-82) Ken Huebner - Baseball (1962-65) Lee Janzen - Men’s Golf (1983-86) Jerry Johnson - Men’s Basketball (1985-88) Floyd E. Lay - Men’s Basketball (1938-41) Charley Matlock - Men’s Golf Coach (1972-95) Greg Pryor - Baseball (1968-71) Kellie Robinson - Softball (1989-92) Charles Senger - Baseball/Basketball (1954-57) Hal Smeltzly - Baseball Coach (1958-1976) and Athletics Director (1977-2000) Lois Webb - Volleyball Coach (1977-2000) George Jenkins - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2003 Joe Arnold - Baseball Coach (1977-83) Kim Disbro - Women’s Basketball (1984-87) Fred Lapper - Men’s Basketball (1950-53) Justice Fred R. Lewis - Men’s Basketball (1965-69) Andy McGaffigan - Baseball (1977-78) Rocco Mediate - Men’s Golf (1983-84) Jay Smith - Baseball (1971-73) Dori Stankewitz - Softball (1985-88) Dr. Hal Wissel - Men’s Basketball Coach (1977-82) Jimmie Sikes - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2004 Norm Benn - Women’s Basketball Coach (1985-97) Rodney Butcher - Men’s Golf (1989-92) Katy Cortelyou - Softball (1992-95) Terry Gilmore - Baseball (1984-87) Kris Kearney - Men’s Basketball (1985-89) Tarra Blackwell - Women’s Basketball (1995-98) Tom Patri - Men’s Golf (1980-81) Becky Thyhsen - Volleyball (1989-91) Clarence “Blade” Kelley - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2005 Bob Bowman - Men’s Basketball (1963-67) Jim Bush - Men’s Soccer Coach (1957-80); Men’s Tennis Coach (1959-85); Women’s Tennis Coach (1979-80) Missey Crain - Volleyball (1988-90) Shelly Davis - Softball (1993-96) John Edwards - Men’s Basketball (1973-76) Tom Gleeton - Men’s Golf (1977-79) Shanna Nagy - Women’s Golf (1996-99) Basil “Rocky” Pegg - Men’s Basketball (1949-51) Marcus “Joker” Marchant - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2006 Cris Allen - Baseball (1986-89) Frank Cacciatore - Baseball (1974-75) Lisa Cave - Women’s Golf (1997-2000) A.L. “Buck” Dawson - Cross Country Coach (1995-2006) Alan Grossman - Men’s Soccer (1971-74) Sandy Hudson - Volleyball (1981-82) Dr. Ed Jeffries - Women’s Tennis Coach (1981-99) Jeff Klauk - Men’s Golf (1997-2000) Frank Szabo - Administrator James Vida - Baseball (1994-95)

The Class of 2009 The eighth class of the Florida Southern College Athletic Hall of Fame was enshrined March 21, 2009. Pictured are - Front (L-R): Stacey Ungashick, Chrissy Teresi, Wanda Graham, Jill Stephens. Standing (L-R): Bob Gendron, Joe Sickles, Jack Varasse. Not pictured: Lisa Ball, Kim Crawford,

CLASS OF 2007 Allison Avey - Women’s Tennis (1982-85) Robbie Davis - Women’s Golf Coach (1997-present) Doug Gordin - Men’s Golf Coach (1996-present) Simon Harper - Men’s Basketball (1971-72) Wayne Koehler - Sports Information Director (1983-95, 1999-2002) B.J. Leach - Baseball (1998-99) Mohammed Sabie - Men’s Soccer (1954) Traci Wood - Softball (1992-96)   Jack Slayton - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2008 Alberto Bonfil (Men’s Tennis, 1997-00) Kelly Charron (Women’s Basketball, 1992-95) Julianne Coleman (Softball, 1996-99) Frank DeSavino (Men’s Basketball/Baseball, 1953-56) Jana Peterkova (Women’s Golf, 2001-02) Wayne Raath (Men’s Golf, 1997-00) Steve Sokol (Men’s Golf, 2001-02) Brett Tomko (Baseball, 1995) George Hudson (Honorary)

CLASS OF 2009 Lisa Ball (Women’s Golf, 2000-02) Kim Crawford (Volleyball, 1993-94) Bob Gendron (Baseball, 1981-82) Wanda Graham (Softball, 1990-93) Joe Sickles (Baseball, 1981-83) Jill Stephens (Volleyball, 1991-94) Chrissy Teresi (Softball, 1991-92) Stacey Ungashick (Women’s Basketball, 1990-93) Jack Varasse (Honorary)

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FSC’s FINISHES IN NACDA CUP SEASON 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

PLACE 13th 27th 5th 4th 4th 30th 24th 40th 26th 13th 15th 10th 39th 36th

PTS 328.0 283.5 320.0 320.0 473.0 310.0 344.0 310.5 385.5 445.5 404.0 554.0 351.5 375.5

FSC MEN FIRST, WOMEN SECOND IN 2008-09 SSC Mayor’s Cup

Florida Southern finished tied for first in the men’s division and second in the women’s division for the Sunshine State Conference Mayor’s Cup for all-sports competition for the 2008-09 academic year. The award is sponsored by the mayors of the nine communities in which SSC schools are located. The Mayor’s Cup recognizes competition in six sports for men: baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer and tennis and eight sports for women: basketball, cross country, golf, rowing, soccer, softball, tennis and volleyball. Points in each sport are awarded by the number of schools sponsoring teams in the respective sports. The 2008-09 academic year marked the 23rd year of the Mayor’s Cup competition. FSC has won the men’s division 11 times and also won the women’s division 10 times.

Season 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

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FSC MEN Place 2nd 1st 1st 5th 3rd 2nd 3rd 3rd 6th 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 1st T-1st

FSC WOMEN Place 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 5th 4th 2nd 1st 4th 1st 3rd 2nd

DIRECTIONS TO FSC From Orlando ... Take I-4 West to exit 33. Turn left off exit and turn right at second stoplight. Continue to major intersection at Memorial Blvd and turn left. Go 1/2 mile to Ingraham Avenue and turn right. Go to McDonald and turn right. Parking lot is on the left, just past Barnett Field. From Orlando Airport ... Take 417 South (toll road) to I-4 West and follow directions above. From Tampa/St. Petersburg/Fort Myers ... Follow I-4 East to Exit 27 (570E, Polk Parkway exit). Go approximately 6.1 miles to Exit 7 (South Florida Avenue - toll: 50 cents). Turn left onto 37N (South Florida Avenue) and go to McDonald Street. Turn right on McDonald and turn go seven blocks to the campus. Park in the second parking lot on the right (Barnett Field). From Palm Beach/Fort Lauderdale ... Take Florida Turnpike north to Yeehaw Junction (Hwy 60). Take Hwy 60 to 98 North to Lakeland. Watch for Grove Park Shopping Plaza and turn left at Crystal Lake and go to Lake Hollingsworth Drive. Turn right and go to Ingraham and turn right. Go to stop sign (McDonald) and turn left. Parking lot will be on the left, just past Barnett Field.

MAJORS AND FIELDS OF STUDY Florida Southern College offers a bachelor of science and bachelor of arts degree and also offers master’s degrees in business administration, education and nursing. For more information, call the FSC admissions office at (863) 680-4131 or 1-800-274-4131. The following is a list of undergraduate programs and concentrations offered at Florida Southern: Accounting Advertising Art Education Art History Art – Studio Art Athletic Training Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Biology Broadcast Journalism Business Administration Chemistry Citrus Communication Computer Science Computer Sci./Mathematics Criminology Economics Elementary Education Education - Secondary Education – certification programs English Environmental Studies Finance Graphic Design History Horticultural Science Humanities Human Movement and Performance

Information Technology Management International Business Journalism – Print Landscape Horticultural Design/Production Management Marketing Women’s Studies Mathematics Music Education Music Management Music Performance/ Composition Nursing Philosophy Physical Education Political Science Psychology Public Relations Recreational Turfgrass Management Religion Self-Designed Major – Venture Into the Adventure Social Science Sociology Spanish Sport Management Theatre Arts Youth Ministry

Pre-Professional Programs Pre-Dental Studies Pre-Engineering Studies Pre-Law Studies Pre-Medical Studies Pre-Physical Therapy Studies Pre-Theological Studies Pre-Veterinary Studies Pre-Pharmacy Studies Interdisciplinary Studies African American Studies Information Technology Mgmt. International Studies Latin American Studies Women’s Studies Graduate Programs Master of Business Admininstration (M.B.A.) Master of Education (M.Ed.) Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) Clinical Nurse Specialist Nurse Educator


FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE 2009-10 MEN’S GOLF Front (L-R): Steven Wright, Peter Creighton, Jude Eustaquio, Pat Gocklin, Rob Gleixner, Shelton Smith Back (L-R): Colin Smith, Tobin Dunigan, Matt Stauch, Danny Evelyn, Student Coach Brian Richey, Lee White. (not pictured Head Coach Doug Gordin)

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE 2009-10 MOCCASINS NAME Peter Creighton Tobin Dunigan Jude Eustaquio Danny Evelyn Rob Gleixner Pat Gocklin Colin Smith Shelton Smith Matt Stauch Lee White Steven Wright

CL HOMETOWN R-Fr. Kenmore, NY R-Fr. Jackson, MI Jr. Lake Worth, FL Sr. Wellington, FL So. Greenwood, IN R-Fr. Manchester, NH Jr. West Chester, PA Jr. Port Orange, FL Sr. Dublin, OH So. Bartow, FL R-Fr. Winter Haven, FL

PREVIOUS SCHOOL Canisius HS Lumen Christi Catholic HS Univ. of Florida / Cardinal Newman HS Cardinal Newman HS Ronalli HS Memorial HS Univ. of Delaware / Salesianum School Brevard CC / Spruce Creek HS Jerome HS Bartow HS All Saints Academy

Head Coach: Doug Gordin Student Asst. Coaches: Blake Holbrook, Brian Richey


FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE 2009-10 MEN’S GOLF SCHEDULE DAYS

DATES

TOURNAMENT

Mon.-Tue. Sept. 21-22 Clayton State Invitational

SITE

DAYS

DATES

TOURNAMENT

SITE

Hampton, GA

Sun.-Tue. Mar. 14-16

Southeastern Collegiate

Valdosta, GA

Mon.-Tue. Oct. 5-6

Columbus College Invitational Columbus, Ga.

Mon.-Tue. Mar. 22-23

Bobcat Invitational

Eatonton, GA

Mon.-Tue. Oct. 12-13

Queens (NC) Invitational

Mon.-Tue. Apr. 19-20

Sunshine St. Con. Tourn.

Mon.-Tue. Oct. 26-27

Rollins Invitational

Mon.-Wed. May 3-5

NCAA Super Regional

Mon.-Tue Feb. 15-16

Matlock Invitational

Tue.-Fri.

NCAA DIv. II Championship

Fri.-Sun.

South Florida Invitational

Mar. 5-7

Ponte Verde Ocoee Lakeland # Dade City

May 18-21

Ft. Lauderdale TBA Noblesville, IN

# Matlock Invitational to be played at Lone Palm Golf Club


Men's Golf 2010 Guide