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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE

2009 CROSS COUNTRY CAROLYNE KWAMBAI USTFCCCA Scholar-Athlete All-South Region All-SSC 1st Team All-SSC Championship 1st Team

ERIC LARSON All-South Region All-SSC 1st Team All-SSC Championship 1st Team SSC Freshman of the Year


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

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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 100-acre 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 1,800-seat 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 CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK QUICK FACTS

Table of Contents

Florida Southern Scorecard..............................IFC Quick Facts......................................................... 1 Florida Southern College.................................... 2 FSC President...................................................... 3 FSC Athletic Director..........................................3 Coaching Staff.....................................................4 Runner Profiles..................................................5-8 Best Times............................................................9 Program Wins - Individual and Team..................9 Cross Country History...................................... 10 Cross Country Honors........................................ 11 All-Time Letterwinners - Women......................12 All-Time Letterwinners - Men...........................13 2008 Results.......................................................14 Bill Duncan Memorial Run............................... 14 2008 SSC Championship.................................. 15 Sunshine State Conference............................... 15 Directions to Florida Southern College.............16 FSC Majors and Programs.................................16 NACDA Cup......................................................16 SSC Mayor’s Cup..............................................16 2009 Roster..................................................... IBC 2009 Schedule.................................................. BC

Location..........................................................Lakeland, Florida Founded.............................................................................. 1883 Enrollment..................................................................... 1,800 President.........................................................Dr. Anne B. Kerr AthleticS Director.............................................Pete Meyer Associate AthleticS Director/SWA........ Marie Scovron Assistant AthleticS Director.......................... Al Green Nickname................................................................... Moccasins Colors..............................................................Scarlet and White Affiliation....................................................NCAA Division II Conference....................................................... Sunshine State AthlETIC Trainers.................................................................. Al Green, Kelly Cox, Brian Simerville, Lindsey Williams Sports Information Director...................... Bill Turnage Assistant Sports Info. Director..............Tim Carpenter TEAM INFORMATION HEAD COACH.................. Jamie Moreno (Central Missouri ‘94) YEARS AT FSC....................................................... Second Season NCAA POSTSEASON APPEARANCES..... Men: 14; Women: 18 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS.............. Men: 13; Women: 7 PHONE DIRECTORY ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT................................. (863) 680-4244 CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK COACHES............ (863) 680-5013 SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR................ (863) 680-4256 SID HOME PHONE............................................... (863) 701-8437 ASSISTANT SPORTS INFO. DIRECTOR............ (863) 680-3955 ASSISTANT SID HOME PHONE......................... (863) 853-7030 SPORTS SCORELINE........................................... (863) 680-3954 SPORTS SCORELINE (TOLL-FREE) ............. (800) 825-MOCS SID FAX MACHINE.............................................. (863) 680-3953 FSC Athletic Web-Site.............................www.fscmocs.com CONFERENCE WEB-SITE....... www.sunshinestateconference.com

MOCCASIN CROSS COUNTRY

The Moccasin cross country teams have been a dominant power in the Sunshine State Conference. The men’s team has a current string of 12 straight SSC titles and has finished first or second at the SSC championship 14 straight years. The women’s squad has won six SSC crowns and finished first or second 13 straight years. Individually, Florida Southern has had the men’s individual SSC champion 10 of the last 12 years, including two-time champions Gary Crossan (1998-99) and Tyrone Bell (2004-05). Florida Southern’s women have claimed six SSC individual titles, including back-to-back wins by Alli Tatangelo (19992000). In 2006, SSC women’s champion, Jael Koech, placed sixth at the NCAA Division II Championship, making her the Moccasins’ first two-time All-American in cross country. She was 12th in 2005. The women’s team has made three trips to the NCAA Division II Championship, finishing 11th in 1999, 21st in 2001 and 15th in 2006. The men’s team made a fourth straight Division II Championship appearance in 2007, finishing 21st overall. The men were 20th in 2006, 13th in 2005 and 20th in 2004. The women have had nine top-five regional finishes, while the men have finished in the top five eight times at NCAA regional appearances including 2007’s first-ever regional title.

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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. 2

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 student-centered 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 models the highest standards of NCAA Division II athletics.

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 representative

2009 Cross Country 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).

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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Florida Southern College JAMIE MORENO HEAD COACH

In his first season (200809) as Florida Southern’s cross country/track coach, Jamie Moreno led his men’s cross country team to its 12th consecutive Sunshine State Conference championship. As a result, he was named SSC Men’s Cross Country Coach of the Year. The women’s team placed second in the SSC Meet, marking the 13th straight year they have finished no worse than second. Moreno came to FSC after serving as the cross country/ track coach at William Woods University in Fulton, Mo. “I’m excited about the opportunity to come to FSC and build on the success and tradition of the cross country programs,” Moreno said at the time of his hiring. “Every sport at Florida Southern has that same winning tradition, which shows me that the administration fully supports athletics and that means a lot to me.” The men’s cross country team has made four trips to the Division II championship, placing 21st in 2007. They had an individual qualifier in Scott Mackley last fall. The women’s team has made three NCAA appearances as a team and has had three individual qualifiers. Carolyne Kwambai was an individual qualifier last fall for the second straight year. While the Moccasin cross country program is well-established, Moreno is working to upgrade the status of the track program. FSC competed in eight meets in the spring, primarily with cross country runners competing in various distance various events. The college wants to upgrade the program to a full-fledged track program, including field events. He begins serving a four-year term this year (20092010) on the NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Committee. Moreno had been at William Woods, an NAIA school, since 2004, when he was hired to begin the cross country/ track programs there. In four seasons there, he produced three women’s conference championships and one men’s conference championship in cross country and a total of seven national qualifiers in track. He earned four conference cross country coach of the year awards (three with the women, one with the men) and one women’s region coach of the year award, as well as conference women’s outdoor track coach of the year in 2008. Before going to William Woods, he was head cross country coach and assistant track coach at Warrensburg (Mo.) High School for eight years. His girls’ cross coun4

try teams made five appearances in the state cross country meet, finishing in the top 10 each year and winning the state title in 2003. He was the Class 3A girls’ coach of the year in 2002 and 2003. His boys’ cross country teams reached the state meet eight times, finishing in the top 16 each of the eight years. He was the Class 3A boys’ coach of the year in 2001, when his team finished second. Moreno was a four-year cross country/track letterman at the University of Central Missouri. He was a member of the 1993 UCM cross country team that placed fifth at the NCAA Division II Championship. He also served as a volunteer assistant track coach at UCM from 2000-04. He received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from UCM in 1994, then earned his master’s degree in educational technology from UCM in 2001. He and his wife, Carolyn, were married last fall.

Coach Jamie Moreno was named the 2008 Men’s Cross Country Coach of the Year in the Sunshine State Conference in his first season after his Mocs won their 12th consecutive Sunshine State Conference Championship.


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MEET THE MOCCASINS – MEN –

CHARLIE FANNING Senior Tarpon Springs, FL

J.J. BLACKBURN Junior Winter Haven, FL

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09 Season): Cross Country - Ran in all six meets ... Mocs’ #4 runner at Fla. Tech Invitational, placed 28th ... also was Mocs’ #4 runner at Disney Classic, placed 124th ... placed 26th at SSC Championship ... Mocs’ #7 runner at NCAA South regional ... top 8K time was 27:51.04 at FSU Invitational ... top 10K time was 35:35 at NCAA South Regional ... Track - Competed in seven meets ... had five top ten finishes ... top performance was 4th-place finish in 3000-meter steeplechase in 11:26.68 at North Florida Challenge ... AS A FRESHMAN (2007): Cross Country - Ran in six meets ... Mocs’ #1 runner at Florida State Invitational, placed 31st ... Mocs’ #2 runner at Disney Classic, placed 124th ... placed 19th at SSC Championship ... Mocs’ #7 runner at NCAA South Regional and Division II Championship ... placed in team’s top five in two meets ... top 8K time was 28:19.30 in SSC meet ... top 10K time was 35:49.2 at NCAA South Regional ... HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of Lake Region High School ... number one runner for Lake Region’s 19th-place team in state 3A cross country meet as a senior ... placed 36th individually ... first-team all-county selection in cross country ... district champion in two-mile in track as a senior ... also played soccer at Lake Region ... graduated with honors ... PERSONAL: Son of John and Patty Blackburn ... born 4/22/89 ... majoring in athletic training ... president of FSC’s 2009-10 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).

The men’s team celebrates its 2008 SSC Title, their 12th consecutive Sunshine State Conference Championship.

AS A JUNIOR (2008-09): HONORS: FSC Scholar-Athlete Award for Men’s Cross Country (highest GPA on team) ... Cross Country - Ran in five meets ... top performance came in SSC Championship, where he finished 20th as Mocs’ #6 runner (27:07) ... top 8K time was 27:07 at SSC Championship ... top 10K time was 35:10 at NCAA South Regional ... Track - Ran in four meets ... top performance was 7th-place finish in 5K at Embry-Riddle (16:24.00) ... AS A SOPHOMORE (2007): HONORS - SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Cross Country - Ran in three meets ... Mocs’ #2 runner at Florida State Invitational, placed 40th ... Mocs’ #5 runner at Disney Classic, placed 179th ... placed 38th at SSC Championship ... placed in team’s top five in two meets ... top 8K time was 29:19.83 at Florida State meet ... AS A FRESHMAN (2006): HONORS - SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Cross Country - Competed in three meets ... top finish was 18th (non-scorer) at SSC Championship ... HIGH SCHOOL: 2006 graduate of Tarpon Springs High School ... competed three years in cross country, three years in track and one year in tennis at Tarpon Springs ... team captain for cross country as a junior and senior ... earned all-county and all-district honors in cross country ... district champion in 3200 meters in track in 2005 ... earned all-county, all-district and all-region honors in 3200 meters as a senior ... graduated with a 4.20 GPA ... PERSONAL: Son of Kathy Prendergast and Michael Fanning ... born 3/29/88 ... majoring in history.

ZACK KOVACIK Freshman Cape Coral, FL HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of North Ft. Myers High School ... fouryear letterman in cross country and track ... voted team’s top freshman in 2005 ... . qualified for state meet as a sophomore ..team MVP and state qualifier in cross country, placed 4th in 3200 meters (9:44) 3A state track meet as a junior ... placed 8th in 3A state cross country meet with school record time of 15:56 as a senior ... placed 3rd in 3200-meters (10:15.60) and 4th in 1600-meters (4:35.60) at conference track meet ... PERSONAL: Son of James and Pebbles Pool ... born 8/16/90 ... majoring in criminology.

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Florida Southern College ERIC LARSON Sophomore Pensacola, FL

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09): HONORS: Cross Country: All-South Region ... SSC Freshman of the Year ... 1st-team All-SSC ... 1st-team All-SSC Championship Team ... SSC Runner of the Week (10/13) ... Track: Team MVP ... Cross Country - Ran in all six meets ... Mocs’ #3 runner or better in every meet ... Mocs’ #1 runner at Disney Classic, finished 12th (26:00.20) ... Mocs’ #2 runner at Florida Tech, Florida State, SSC and NCAA South Regional ... had four top ten finishes overall ... top performance was 4th-place finish at SSC Championship (25:13) ... placed 11th at NCAA South Regional (32:31) ... top 8K time was 25:13 in SSC meet ... top 10K time was 32:31 at NCAA South Regional ... Track - competed in seven meets ... had seven top ten finishes that included five top five finishes ... top performance was 1st-place finish in 5K at UCF Invitational (15:54.17) ... HIGH SCHOOL: 2008 graduate of Booker T. Washington High School ... four-year performer in cross country and track ... placed 12th in 3A state cross country championship as a sophomore ... individual 3A state cross country champion as a junior, team was ninth ... 3A state cross country runner-up as a senior, team was third ... placed fourth in 3200-meter run at 3A state track championship as a junior ... 3A state champion in 3200-meter run as a senior ... scored all 10 of his team’s points in state meet ... PERSONAL: Son of Mike and Glenda Larson ... born 12/24/89 ... majoring in business management ... member of FSC’s 2009-10 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).

BRYCE LOUDERMILK Freshman Riverview, FL HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Newsome High School ... attended Riverview High School freshman through junior years ... four-year letterman in cross country ... team captain as a junior ... state qualifier in cross country and track as a senior ... was Newsome’s #4 runner at 3A state cross country meet with time of 17:04, team finished in a tie for 5th ... honorable mention all-county selection in cross country ... member of honors court .. graduated in top 10% of his class ... PERSONAL: Son of Tom and Carolyn Loudermilk ... born 7/4/91 ... majoring in pre-engineering.

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BEN MARTUCCI Junior Brooksville, FL AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09): HONORS: Cross Country: All-South Region ... 1st-team All-SSC ... 1stteam All-SSC Championship Team ... Cross Country - Ran in all six meets ... Mocs’ #3 runner or better in every meet ... had three top 10 finishes ... top performance was 3rd-place finish at Tampa Classic (21:12 - 4 miles) ... Mocs’ #3 runner at SSC Championship, placed 5th (25:23) ... also was Mocs’ #3 runner at NCAA South Regional, placed 14th (32:43) ... top 8K time was 25:23 at SSC Championship ... top 10K time was 32:43 at NCAA South Regional ... Track - Ran in six meets ... had six top five finishes, including individual wins at Embry-Riddle (1st in 3K, 8:43.63), South Florida (1st in 3K, 8:47.91) and Tampa Early Bird (1st in 5K, 15:41.83) ... AS A FRESHMAN (2007): HONORS: All-South Region ... first-team All-SSC Championship Team ... Cross Country - Ran in five meets ... Mocs’ #1 runner at Louisville Classic, placed 137th, and Division II Championship, placed 76th ... Mocs’ #2 runner at Tampa Invitational ... Mocs’ #3 runner at SSC Championship, placed fifth, and NCAA South Regional, placed 12th ... placed in team’s top five in five meets ... top 8K time was 26:19.15 at Louisville Classic ... top 10K time was 32:51.3 at Division II Championship ... HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of Hernando High School ... number one runner and individual runner-up for Hernando High School’s runner-up team at 2A state cross country meet as a senior ... was third in 2005 for Hernando’s runner-up team ... placed seventh at state track meet in mile and two-mile ... ran on state runnerup 4x800 relay ... set four school records in distance events at Hernando ... graduated with high honors, ranked 18th in his class ... PERSONAL: Son of Timothy and Donna Martucci ... twin brother Drew also is on FSC cross country team ... born 10/18/88 ... active in Methodist church ... majoring in physical education.

IT’S ALL RELATIVE This year’s edition of the FSC Cross Country teams feature three sets of siblings. Twins Ben and Drew Martucci return for the men’s team while Chris and Josh Meadows, also twins, join the men’s team this season. The pairing finds Tommy and Lauren Poidevant also joining the club this season, but they are not twins, they’re part of the Poidevant triplets along with their sister, Amanda.


Florida Southern College DREW MARTUCCI Junior Brooksville, FL AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09): HONORS: Cross Country: 2ndteam All-SSC Championship Team ... Cross Country - Ran in five meets ... Mocs’ #4 runner in four meets, #3 runner in one ... top performance was sixth-place finish as Mocs’ #4 runner at SSC Championship (25:27) ... Mocs’ #4 runner at NCAA South Regional, placed 28th (34:03) ... top 8K time was 25:27 at SSC Championship ... top 10K time was 34:03 at NCAA South Regional ... Track - Ran in three meets ... had three top ten finishes ... top performance was 4th in 1500-meters at Tampa Distance Carnival (4:06.6) ... AS A FRESHMAN (2007): Cross Country - Ran in five meets ... Mocs’ #3 runner at Tampa Invitational ... Mocs’ #6 runner at Louisville Classic, placed 186th, and SSC Championship, placed 11th ... Mocs’ #4 runner at NCAA South Regional, placed 17th, and Division II Championship, placed 127th ... placed in team’s top five in three meets ... top 8K time was 27:02.29 at Louisville Classic ... top 10K time was 33:46.7 at NCAA South Regional ... HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of Hernando High School ... number two runner for Hernando High School’s runner-up team at 2A state cross country meet as a senior ... placed 11th individually ... was 10th in 2005 for Hernando’s runner-up team ... ran on state runner-up 4x800 relay team in track ... graduated with high honors ... PERSONAL: Son of Timothy and Donna Martucci ... twin brother Ben also is on FSC cross country team ... born 10/18/88 ... active in Methodist church ... majoring in physical education.

CHRIS MEADOWS Freshman Lakeland, FL HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of McKeel Academy in Lakeland ... lettered in cross country, track and soccer ... voted McKeel’s 2009 Athlete of the Year ... helped lead McKeel to an 8th-place finish at 1A state cross country meet as a senior ... was team’s #2 runner, placed 29th overall in 17:15 ... runner-up in 1600-meter run and 3rd in 800-meter run at Polk County Track Meet ... PERSONAL: Son of Paul and Rita Meadows ... born 8/6/91 ... twin brother, Josh, also is on FSC cross country team.

2009 Cross Country JOSH MEADOWS Freshman Lakeland, FL HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of McKeel Academy in Lakeland ... lettered in cross country ... helped lead McKeel to an 8th-place finish at 1A state cross country meet as a senior ... was team’s #1 runner, placed 20th overall in 17:02 ... first-team all-county selection ... PERSONAL: Son of Paul and Rita Meadows ... born 8/6/91 ... twin brother, Chris, also is on FSC cross country team.

CHRIS MILES Freshman Ft. Myers, FL HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Ft. Myers High School ... lettered in cross country and track ... voted team’s most improved runner as a junior ... cross country captain and most valuable runner as a senior .. .team captain and most valuable distance runner in track ... conference track champion in 800-meters and as member of 4x400 relay team ... member of National Honor Society ... graduated summa cum laude ... PERSONAL: Son of Jim and Marla Conroy and Terry Miles ... born 6/6/91 ... majoring in sports management.

JASON PATCHETT-GILLIS Sophomore Key West, FL AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09): HONORS: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Cross Country Ran in four meets ... Mocs’ #5 runner in those four meets ... top performance was 13th-place finish at SSC Championship (26:16) ... placed 47th at NCAA South Regional (34:57) ... top 8K time was 26:16 at SSC Championship ... top 10K time was 34:57 at NCAA South Regional ... Track - Ran in four meets ... had four top 10 finishes ... top performance came in Tampa Early Bird, was runner-up in 800-meter run (2:02.01) and 1500-meter run (4:13.14) ... Mocs’ top finisher (6th) in 5K at Disney Invitational (16:12.76) ... PRIOR TO FSC: Transferred to FSC from Florida Keys Community College ... HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of Key West High School ... competed in cross country and track at Key West ... voted team’s most improved runner ... PERSONAL: Son of Linda Patchett and Michael Gillis ... born 3/30/89 ... majoring in graphic design.

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Florida Southern College TOMMY POIDEVANT Freshman Green Cove Springs, FL

HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Ridgeview High School in Orange Park ... four-year letterman in cross country ... three-time all-district selection ... team captain and most valuable cross country runner as a junior ... team captain and most valuable runner in cross country and track as a senior ... PERSONAL: Son of Lee and Diane Poidevant ... born 5/22/91 ... he and sisters, Amanda and Lauren, are triplets ... Lauren also is on FSC cross country team ... majoring in biology ... plans to become a doctor and join the military.

KYLE TERWILLEGER Freshman Sanford, FL HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Seminole High School ... four-year performer in swimming ... district qualifier as a junior ... graduated suma cum laude ... PERSONAL: Son of David and Marguerite Terwilleger ... born 11/26/90 ... major not yet declared.

Bill Duncan Memorial FSC Alumni 5K Run/Walk 5K Run/Walk around Lake Hollingsworth 2010 date to be announced For Info.: Contact Coach Jamie Moreno, 863-680-5013

Bill Duncan

(1929 - 1998) Bill Duncan graduated from Florida Southern in 1959 and was an educator and administrator in the Polk County school system. He was continually involved with running and track, holding records both as a participant and as a coach. Duncan always gave his best effort and instilled that philosophy in his students and athletes. The Bill Duncan Scholarship is awarded annually to the outstanding Polk County student in distance running. Duncan was inducted into the Florida Track and Field Hall of Fame, as well as the Polk County School Hall of Fame for his accomplishments in athletics, his high quality of character and his notable leadership. The Duncan Family wishes to thank Florida Southern College for honoring Bill Duncan.

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– WOMEN – KATIE BARRESE Freshman Temecula, CA HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Great Oak High School ... four-year letter-winner in cross country and track ... voted cross country team’s top senior ... as a senior placed 7th in conference cross country meet as team’s #3 runner (18:55.23 - 5K), team was first ... team’s #4 runner at state championship meet (19:20 - 5K), team was ninth ... 2nd-team all-county selection in cross country ... also played soccer as a freshman ... graduated with a 4.00 grade point average ... PERSONAL: Daughter of Frank and Carey Barrese ... born 11/20/90 ... majoring in psychology ... has coached a girls’ youth soccer team for five years ... wants to become a clinical psychologist and work with children or eating disorders.

KELSEY DUNN Sophomore Daytona Beach, FL AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09): Cross Country - did not compete due to injury ... Track - Ran in six meets ... had six top ten finishes ... top performance was 3rd-place finish in 3K at Embry-Riddle (11:12.53) ... placed 6th in 5K at UNF Challenge (19:34.99) ... AS A FRESHMAN (2007): HONORS - SSC Women’s Freshman Runner of the Year ... second-team All-SSC Championship Team ... SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Cross Country - Ran in all but one meet ... was Mocs’ #2 runner at Tampa Invitational, placed 8th, and Florida State Invitational, placed 19th ... was Mocs’ #3 runner at Louisville Classic, placed 114th, SSC Championship, placed 9th, and NCAA South Regional, placed 22nd ... top 5K time was 19:35.46 at Florida State meet ... top 6K time was 23:23.2 at NCAA South Regional ... was in team’s top five in every meet in which she competed ... HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of Warner Christian Academy ... placed 16th individually at 2006 1A state cross country meet ... placed fourth in 3200-meters at 2007 1A state track meet ... as a junior placed ninth in 1A state cross country meet ... as a sophomore placed sixth in 3200-meters and seventh in 1600-meters at 1A state track meet ... also played basketball at Warner Christian ... PERSONAL: Daughter of Dave and Dory Dunn ... older sister, Mallory, was 2004 cross country team captain at University of Florida ... twin brother, Daniel, ran cross country at FSC in 2007 ... born 4/6/89 ... majoring landscape design.


Florida Southern College JESSICA ECHOLS Freshman Moore Haven, FL HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Moore Haven High School ... fouryear letter-winner in volleyball and softball ... also played soccer one year ... team MVP for both volleyball and softball ... named team’s best defensive player in soccer ... PERSONAL: Daughter of Russell and Marla Echols ... born 4/21/91 ... majoring in nursing ... plans to earn a nursing degree and specialize in oncology.

ALI GARDINO Senior Naples, FL AS A JUNIOR (2008-09): HONORS: Cross Country: USTFCCCA Scholar-Athlete ... SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Cross Country - Ran in all six meets ... Mocs’ #2 runner in five meets ... top performance was 13th-place finish at SSC Championship (24:28) ... top 5K time was 20:20.19 at FSU Invitational, placed 45th ... top 6K time was 24:27 at NCAA South Regional ... Track - Ran in seven meets ... had eight top ten finishes ... top performance was 2ndplace finish in mile at Embry-Riddle (5:35.42) ... placed 3rd in 800-meters at Disney Invitational (2:24.79) ... AS A SOPHOMORE (2007): HONORS - SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... FSC Scholar-Athlete for women’s cross country ... Cross Country - Ran in every meet ... Mocs’ #1 runner at Disney Classic, placed 95th ... Mocs’ #4 runner at SSC Championship, placed 16th ... Mocs’ #5 runner at NCAA South Regional, placed 54th ... top 5K time was 20:22.88 at Disney Classic ... top 6K time was 24:26.5 at NCAA South Regional ... was in team’s top five in every meet ... served on FSC’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee ... AS A FRESHMAN (2006): HONORS - SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Competed in all but one meet ... was Mocs’ number five runner in five meets ... top finish was 21st in SSC Championship (26:48 - 6K) ... top 6K time was 24:55.6 at NCAA Division II Championship.

2009 Cross Country KASSANDRA GEARLDS Freshman Indianapolis, IN HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Franklin Central High School ... four-year performer in cross country, track and basketball ... won a total of eight varsity letters ... PERSONAL: Daughter of Rick and Sandy Gearlds ... born 8/31/09 .. youngest of 3 sisters .. wants to become a pediatric nurse .. .has served as an intern at her church in Indianapolis.

AMANDA GERM Sophomore Oviedo, FL AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09): Cross Country - Did not compete due to injury ... AS A FRESHMAN (2007): Cross Country - Ran in four meets ... Mocs’ #4 runner at Disney Classic, placed 188th ... Mocs’ #6 runner at NCAA South Regional, placed 83rd ... Mocs’ #7 runner at SSC Championship, placed 24th ... top 5K time was 22:16.72 ... top 6K time was 25:24.1 at NCAA South Regional ... HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of Oviedo High School ... first-team all-conference and second-team all county selection in cross country as a senior ... regional qualifier in cross country ... in track ran on regional qualifier and conference championship 4x800 relay team ... second-team all-conference selection in track ... received academic honors all four years ... PERSONAL: Daughter of Andy and Diane Germ ... active in community service and church work ... born 4/9/89 ... majoring in athletic training.

The 2008 FSC women’s team was recognized as an AllAcademic Team by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

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2009 Cross Country

Florida Southern College CAROLYNE KWAMBAI Senior Rift Valley, Kenya

AS A JUNIOR (2008-09): HONORS: Cross Country - All-South Region ... 1st-team All-SSC ... 1st-team All-SSC Championship Team ... SSC Runner of the Week (9/15) ... USTFCCCA Scholar-Athlete ... SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... team MVP ... Track - team MVP ... Cross Country - Ran in all six meets ... Mocs’ #1 runner in every meet ... had five top ten finishes ... top performance was 1st-place finish at Florida Tech Invitational (18:25) ... runner-up at SSC Championship (22:05) and NCAA South Regional (22:26) ... qualified individually for NCAA championship for second straight year, placed 82nd (23:32) ... top 5K time was 18:18 at Disney Classic, finished 13th ... top 6K time was 22:05 at SSC Championship ... Track - Ran in seven meets ... had 10 top ten finishes , including individual wins in 5K at Embry-Riddle (18:43.12) and UCF Invitational (18:48.36) ... had seven other top five finishes ... AS A SOPHOMORE (2007): HONORS - All-South Region ... 1stteam All-SSC ... 1st-team SSC All-Championship Team ... SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... team MVP ... Cross Country - Ran in all but one meet ... Mocs’ #1 runner in every meet in which she competed ... placed fourth at Tampa Invitational, third at SSC Championship, eighth at NCAA South Regional (qualified individually for NCAA Championship) ... placed 55th at Division II Championship ... top 5K time was 19:09.64 at Louisville Classic ... top 6K time was 22:07.7 at Division II Championship ... AS A FRESHMAN (2006): HONORS - All-South Region ... 1st-team All-SSC ... Cross Country - Competed in all eight meets ... was Mocs’ number two runner in every meet ... had four top ten finishes ... finished in top 15 in every meet prior to NCAA Championship ... top finish was second in SSC Championship (23:08 - 6K) ... placed eighth at NCAA South Regional (22:32 - 6K) ... top 6K time was 21:27.2 at NCAA Championship (placed 31st) ... HIGH SCHOOL: 2003 graduate of Kaptagat Girls High School in Kenya ... competed in cross country, soccer and field hockey all four years ... PERSONAL: Daughter of John Kwambai ... has four brothers and sisters ... born 2/18/86 ... majoring in nursing.

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EMILY LaBARBERA Freshman Cape Coral, FL HIGH SCHOOL: 20009 graduate of Mariner High School ... four-year performer in cross country and track ... cross country team’s #3 runner (22nd) in conference meet as a senior, team was 4th ... team’s #1 runner at district meet, team was 8th ... finished 1st in 3200-meters (12:18.29) and 2nd in 1600-meters (5:35.85) at district track meet as a senior ... named to academic honor roll ... PERSONAL: Daughter of Tom and Michelle LaBarbera ... born 3/4/91 ... majoring in physical education.

JUSTINE MICHAEL Freshman Gainesville, FL HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Buchholtz High School ... three-year performer in cross country and track, also played soccer for two years ... as a senior, was team’s #1 runner (placed 23rd) at district cross country meet (20:32.88), team placed 9th ... finished 2nd in 1600-meters (5:38.37) at county track championship, team placed 3rd ... finished 4th in 1600-meters (5:35.53) at district track meet ... PERSONAL: Daughter of Mindy Pampena and Rick Michael ... born 4/5/91 ... majoring in athletic training ... plans to go to medical school and work in sports medicine.

MEGAN MOORE Freshman Bartow, FL HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Lake Region High School ... competed in cross country and track ... district champion in high jump, placed 6th in region (4-10) ... placed 15th in 5K (24:50.00) at Polk County Championship in track ... graduated with high honors (13th in her class) ... member of National Honor Society ... PERSONAL: Daughter of Tim and Leigh Moore ... mother also attended FSC ... born 9/29/90 ... majoring in athletic training.


Florida Southern College LAUREN POIDEVANT Freshman Green Cove Springs, FL HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Ridgeview High School ... four-year performer in cross country and track, two-year performer in soccer ... as a senior, was team’s #4 runner at 3A state cross country championship (finished 60th), team placed 9th ... finished 4th in 1600-meters (5:40.04) at district track meet and 7th in region meet (5:39.94) ... placed 8th in 800-meters at district track meet (2:37.03) ... PERSONAL: Daughter of Lee and Diane Poidevant ... born 5/22/91 ... she, sister, Amanda, and brother, Tommy, are triplets ... Tommy also is on FSC cross country team ... majoring in international business.

NICOLE SHAUL Freshman Bradenton, FL HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Manatee High School ... PERSONAL: Daughter of Daniel and Diana Shaul ... born 9/10/90 ... majoring in pre-med ... wants to become a physician’s assistant in cardiology ... has worked in a hospital as an EKG technician.

2009 Cross Country JILLIAN SWARTZ Junior Hernando, FL AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09): Cross Country - Ran in all six meets ... Mocs’ #4 runner in two meets, #5 runner in four meets ... top performance was 27th-place at SSC Championship (27:10) ... top 5K time was 22:30.28 at FSU Invitational, placed 65th ... top 6K time was 26:58 at NCAA South Regional, placed 81st ... Track - Ran in four meets ... had three top ten finishes ... top performance was 3rd-place finish in 5K at Embry-Riddle (22:03.50) ... AS A FRESHMAN (2007): HONORS - SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Cross Country - Ran in all but one meet ... Mocs’ #3 runner at Disney Classic, placed 187th ... Mocs’ #7 runner at Tampa Invitational, placed 46th, Florida State Invite, placed 76th, Louisville Classic, placed 180th ... placed 32nd at SSC Championship ... top 5 K time was 21:49.63 at Florida State meet ... top 6K time was 27:01.95 at SSC Championship ... HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of Lecanto High School ... number two runner for Lecanto ... placed 38th at regional meet as a senior ... three-time all-county selection in cross country ... cross country team captain and MVP in 2006 ... also competed in track, swimming and soccer at Lecanto ... three-time all-county selection in swimming ... named to academic honor roll all four years ... PERSONAL: Daughter of Jeffrey and Kathleen Swartz ... has four younger brothers and sisters ... born 3/30/89 ... majoring in biology ... member of FSC’s ’09-’10 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

KARYS WHITEHEAD Sophomore Terra Ceira, FL

ACADEMIC SUCCESS

Charlie Fanning of the men’s team and Karys Whitehead of the women’s squad, were each named recipents of the NCAA Division II Academic Achievement Award in 2008-09. The duo are among 46 student-athletes so honored from Florida Southern College. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete had to have an overall grade point average of at least 3.50, had to have completed at least two years of college work and had to have been an active member of an athletic team. The Division II Academic Achievement Awards were first presented last year. They are sponsored by the Division II Athletics Directors Association and presented by WeatherPORT.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09): HONORS: Cross Country: SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... FSC Scholar-Athlete Award for Women’s Cross Country (highest GPA on team) ... Cross Country - Did not compete due to injury ... Track - Ran in six meets ... had five top ten finishes ... top performance was 4th-place finish in 800 meters at Embry-Riddle (2:29.45) and at Tampa Early Bird (2:29.66) ... AS A FRESHMAN (2007): HONORS - SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Cross Country - Ran in two meets ... Mocs’ #5 runner at Disney Classic, placed 217th ... placed 64th at Tampa Invite ... top 5K time was 23:04.62 at Disney Classic ... HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate from Palmetto High School ... ran cross country as a senior ... also played basketball and ran track at Palmetto ... regional qualifier in track on 4x800 relay team as a senior ... salutatorian of senior class ... PERSONAL: Daughter of Robert and Kendra Whitehead ... born 2/2/89 ... majoring in mathematics.

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2009 Cross Country

Florida Southern College

2008 CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS •••WOMEN•••

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9/5/08 - TAMPA CLASSIC (4 miles) (Brandon, Fla. - 5th of 10 Teams) 2. Florida Southern................. 127 pts 4. Carolyne Kwambai.................18:40 16. Ali Gardino.............................20:49 19. Callie Ramsay........................20:54 40. Joanna Guglielmo..................22:51 48. Jillian Swartz..........................23:27

9/5/08 - TAMPA CLASSIC (4 miles) (Brandon, Fla. - 2nd of 11 Teams) 2. Florida Southern................... 57 pts 3. Ben Martucci..........................21:12 4. Scott Mackley.........................21:21 5. Eric Larson.............................21:35 21. Drew Martucci........................22:58 24. Jason Patchett-Gillis..............23:13 33. J.J. Blackburn........................23:56 34. Charlie Fanning......................24:09 44. Marcus Duffy..........................24:28

9/13/08 - FLORIDA TECH INV. (5K) (Melbourne, Fla. - 3rd of 8 Teams) 3. Florida Southern................... 86 pts 1. Carolyne Kwambai.................18:25 14. Callie Ramsay........................20:28 17. Ali Gardino.............................20:48 26. Joanna Guglielmo..................22:30 28. Jillian Swartz..........................22:50

9/13/08 - FLORIDA TECH INV. (8K) (Melbourne, Fla. - 3rd of 8 Teams) 3. Florida Southern................... 73 pts 4. Scott Mackley.........................25:37 5. Eric Larson.............................25:42 7. Ben Martucci..........................25:51 28. J.J. Blackburn........................28:18 29. Jason Patchett-Gillis..............28:21 30. Charlie Fanning......................28:27 40. Marcus Duffy..........................29:29

9/27/08 - FLORIDA STATE INV. (5K) (Tallahassee, Fla. - 8th of 13 Teams) 8. Florida Southern................. 236 pts 8. Carolyne Kwambai............18:30.86 45. Ali Gardino........................20:20.19 50. Callie Ramsay...................20:44.29 65. Jillian Swartz.....................22:30.28 68. Joanna Guglielmo.............22:52.55

9/27/08 - FLORIDA STATE INV. (8K) (Tallahassee, Fla. - 2nd of 11 Teams) 2. Florida Southern................... 77 pts 3. Scott Mackley....................25:43.56 6. Eric Larson........................25:53.07 7. Ben Martucci.....................25:55.37 19. Drew Martucci...................26:51.10 42. J.J. Blackburn...................27:51.04 48. Charlie Fanning.................28:23.72

10/11/08 - DISNEY CLASSIC (5K) (Lk. Buena Vista, Fla. - 19th of 44 Teams) 19. Florida Southern................. 616 pts 13. Carolyne Kwambai............18:18.00 106. Ali Gardino........................20:28.20 117. Callie Ramsay...................20:40.70 184. Jillian Swartz.....................22:33.20 196. Joanna Guglielmo.............22:58.00

10/11/08 - DISNEY CLASSIC (8K) (Lk. Buena Vista, Fla. - No Team Score) 12. Scott Mackley....................26:00.20 14. Ben Martucci.....................26:02.00 36. Drew Martucci...................26:33.60 124. J.J. Blackburn...................28:21.40

10/25/08 - SSC CHAMPIONSHIP (6K) (Brandon, Fla. - 2nd of 6 Teams) 2. Florida Southern................... 76 pts 2. Carolyne Kwambai.................22:05 13. Ali Gardino.............................24:28 15. Callie Ramsay........................24:59 19. Joanna Guglielmo..................26:01 27. Jillian Swartz..........................27:10

10/25/08 - SSC CHAMPIONSHIP (8K) (Brandon, Fla. - 1st of 6 Teams) 1. Florida Southern................... 29 pts 1. Scott Mackley.........................25:01 4. Eric Larson.............................25:13 5. Ben Martucci..........................25:23 6. Drew Martucci........................25:27 13. Jason Patchett-Gillis..............26:16 20. Charlie Fanning......................27:07 26. J.J. Blackburn........................28:03

11/08/08 - NCAA SO. REGIONAL (6K) (Searcy, Ark. - 8th of 18 Teams) 8. 2. 13. 62. 64. 81.

Florida Southern................. 242 pts Carolyne Kwambai.................22:26 Ali Gardino.............................24:27 Callie Ramsay........................26:03 Joanna Guglielmo..................26:08 Jillian Swartz..........................26:58

11/22/08 - NCAA NATIONAL CHAMP. (6K) (Slippery Rock, Pa.) 82. Carolyne Kwambai.................23:32

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11/08/08 - NCAA SO. REGIONAL (10K) (Searcy, Ark. - 3rd of 17 Teams) 3. Florida Southern................. 106 pts 6. Scott Mackley.........................32:03 11. Eric Larson.............................32:31 14. Ben Martucci..........................32:43 28. Drew Martucci........................34:03 47. Jason Patchett-Gillis..............34:57 55. Charlie Fanning......................35:10 62. J.J. Blackburn........................35:35 11/22/08 - NCAA NATIONAL CHAMP. (10K) (Slippery Rock, Pa.) 93. Scott Mackley.........................33:08

Matt Hopkins

Sophia Bernard

2008 BEST TRACK TIMES

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100m Dash:

Matt Hopkins – 11.31

200m Dash:

Matt Hopkins – 22.96

Sophia Bernard – 27.97

400m Dash:

Matt Hopkins – 52.85

Sophia Bernard – 1:02.85

800m Run:

Ben Martucci – 1:58.1

Ali Gardino – 2:22.26

110m Hurdles: Matt Hopkins – 17.50 400m Hurdles: Matt Hopkins – 56.12 Mile:

Ali Gardino – 5:35.42

1500m Run:

Ben Martucci – 4:00.5

Carolyne Kwambai – 4:51.6

3000m Run:

Ben Martucci – 8:43.63

Carolyne Kwambai – 10:29.91

5000m Run:

Scott Mackley – 14:58.23

Carolyne Kwambai – 18:26.66

10,000m Run: Scott Mackley – 31:38.54 3000m SC:

J.J. Blackburn – 11:26.68

4x400m Relay: 3:42.78

4:19.50

Dist. Med. Relay 10:27.17

13:11.58

4x800m Relay: 8:37.9 High Jump

Sophia Bernard - 4’ 7 ¾” No team scores kept at any of the 2009 spring meets


Florida Southern College 1980 1983 1992 1994 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2004 2006

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WOMEN’S TEAM - MEET VICTORIES

Sunshine State Conference Championship FSC Invitational vs. Tampa in dual meet. Warner Southern Invitational FSC Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship Florida Tech Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship Rollins Invitational; FSC Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship Rollins Invitational; FSC Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship FSC Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship Saint Leo Invitational Sunshine State Conference Championship

WOMEN’S INDIVIDUAL - MEET VICTORIES

INDIVIDUAL Paige Dempsey Paige Dempsey Paige Dempsey Jennifer Poole Kristy Vignalli April Booe Alli Tatangelo Michelle Solan Kristy Vignalli Alli Tatangelo Alli Tatangelo Alli Tatangelo Alli Tatangelo Judy Tubei Jael Koech Jael Koech Jael Koech Jael Koech Jael Koech Jael Koech Carolyne Kwambai

DATE 9/20/86 9/27/86 10/11/86 10/21/92 9/27/97 10/25/97 9/19/98 10/24/98 9/17/99 9/25/99 10/23/99 9/23/00 10/21/00 10/13/01 9/10/04 10/01/05 9/08/06 9/30/06 10/07/06 10/21/06 9/13/08

MEET Monarch Classic Fla. Southern Inv. SSC Championship Tampa dual meet Fla. Southern Inv. SSC Championship Fla. Tech Inv. SSC Championship Rollins Inv. Fla. Southern Inv. SSC Championship Fla. Southern Inv. SSC Championship Fla. Southern Inv. Saint Leo Inv. flrunners.com Inv. Tampa Inv. NCAA Pre-National Disney Classic SSC Championship Florida Tech Inv.

SITE/HOST Saint Leo (Saint Leo) Lakeland (Fla. Southern) Melbourne (Fla. Tech) Lakeland (Fla. Southern) Lakeland (Fla. Southern) Lakeland (Fla. Southern) Melbourne (Fla. Tech) Melbourne (Fla. Tech) Winter Park (Rollins) Lakeland (Fla. Southern) Winter Park (Rollins) Lakeland (Fla. Southern) Saint Leo (Saint Leo) Lakeland (Fla. Southern) Dade City (Saint Leo) Dade City (Saint Leo) Tampa (Tampa) Pensacola (West Fla.) Orlando Sunrise (Nova SE) Melbourne (Fla. Tech)

TOP 10 Best Times for a 5K Race

Time 17:41.43 17:52.03 17:54.38 17:55.52 17:59.20 18:02.62 18:05.00 18:07.21 18:15 18:16.01

Runner Jael Koech Jael Koech Jael Koech Jael Koech Jael Koech Jael Koech Jael Koech Rachel Anderson Jael Koech Jael Koech

Event flrunners.com Invitational Disney Classic Gator Invitational Walt Disney Classic Mountain Dew Inv. (Univ. Florida) Walt Disney Classic Great American Festival Mountain Dew Inv. (Univ. Florida) Georgia State Invitational Florida Intercollegiate (Fla. State)

TOP 10 Best Times for a 6K Race

Time 20:32.1 20:59.01 21:34 21:35.29 21:42 21:50 21:50.5 22:00 22:01.26 22:05

Runner Jael Koech Jael Koech Jael Koech Rachel Anderson Jael Koech Jael Koech Jael Koech Jael Koech Linda Mrkic Carolyne Kwambai

Event NCAA Division II National Sunshine State Conference Champ. NCAA Division II South Regional Sunshine State Conference Champ. NCAA Division II South Regional NCAA Division II South Regional NCAA Division II National NCAA Division II South Regional Sunshine State Conference Champ. Sunshine State Conference Champ.

Date 10/01/05 10/07/06 9/16/06 10/08/05 9/09/05 10/09/04 9/24/05 9/09/05 9/20/30 9/17/05

Date 11/18/06 10/23/04 11/05/05 10/23/04 11?04/06 11/08/03 11/19/05 11/06/04 10/23/04 10/25/08

MEN’S TEAM - MEET VICTORIES

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Sunshine State Conference Championship Florida Southern Invitational vs. Tampa in dual meet. Warner Southern Invitational Florida Southern Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship Florida Tech Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship Rollins Invitational; FSC Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship Rollins Invitational; FSC Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship FSC Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship Eckerd Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship flrunners.com Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship Saint Leo Invitational; Rhodes College Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship flrunners.com Invitational; Sunshine State Conference Championship Sunshine State Conference Championship Sunshine State Conference Championship; NCAA South Regional Sunshine State Conference Championship

2005 2006 2007 2008

MEN’S INDIVIDUAL - MEET VICTORIES

INDIVIDUAL Scott Rouse Hennie Schoeman Jayson Chagoya Gary Crossan Gary Crossan Gary Crossan Gary Crossan Gary Crossan Paul Norby Lee Stephens Michael Murphy Tyrone Bell Tyrone Bell Tyrone Bell Tyrone Bell Eric Walker Luke Beevor Scott Mackley

DATE 10/24/87 9/27/97 10/25/97 9/19/98 10/24/98 9/17/99 9/25/99 10/23/99 10/21/00 10/20/01 9/10/04 9/24/04 10/23/04 10/01/05 10/29/05 10/21/06 10/20/07 10/25/08

MEET SSC Championship Fla. Southern Inv. SSC Championship Fla. Tech Inv. SSC Championship Rollins Inv. Fla. Southern Inv. SSC Championship SSC Championship SSC Championship Saint Leo Inv. flrunners.com Meet SSC Championship flrunners.com Meet SSC Championship SSC Championship SSC Championship SSC Championship

SITE/HOST Melbourne (Fla. Tech) Lakeland (Fla. Southern) Lakeland (Fla. Southern) Melbourne (Fla. Tech) Melbourne (Fla. Tech) Winter Park (Rollins) Lakeland (Fla. Southern) Winter Park (Rollins) Saint Leo (Saint Leo) Tampa (Tampa) Dade City (Saint Leo) Tampa (flrunners.com) Melbourne (Fla. Tech) Dade City (flrunners.com) Winter Park (Rollins) Sunrise (Nova SE) Saint Leo (Saint Leo) Brandon (Tampa)

TOP 10 Best Times for a 8K Race

Time 24:53.8 25:01 25:04.66 25:05.05 25:06.98 25:09.44 25:10 25:13 25:18 25:23

Runner Gary Crossan Scott Mackley Tyrone Bell Tyrone Bell Tyrone Bell Eric Walker Eric Walker Eric Larson Evander Jones Ben Martucci

Event Florida Southern Invitational SSC Championship flrunners.com Invitational Moutain Dew Inv. (Univ. Florida) Florida Intercollegiate Championship Gator Invitational SSC Championship SSC Championship SSC Championship SSC Championship

Date 9/25/99 10/25/08 10/01/05 9/09/05 9/12/03 9/16/06 10/21/06 10/25/08 10/21/06 10/25/08

TOP 10 Best Times for a 10K Race

Time 30:58.1 31:47 32:02.6 32:03 32:08 32:09.0 32:16 32:23.2 32:24 32:31

Runner Eric Walker Eric Walker Lief Thomason Scott Mackley Tyrone Bell Scott Mackley John Emerson Luke Beevor Gary Crossan Eric Larson

Event NCAA Division II Championship NCAA Division II South Regional NCAA Division II Championship NCAA Division II South Regional NCAA Division II South Regional NCAA Division II Championship NCAA Division II South Regional NCAA Division II South Regional NCAA Division II South Regional NCAA Division II South Regional

Date 11/18/06 11/04/06 11/18/06 11/08/08 11/06/04 11/18/06 11/06/04 11/03/07 11/07/98 11/08/08

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2009 Cross Country

Florida Southern College

MOCCASIN CROSS COUNTRY HISTORY Year 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

WOMEN

Coach SSC Reg. NCAA MVP Ed Plowman......... 1st . ..................................Judy Klingensmith Ed Plowman......... 3rd.....................................Angie Cicanese Ed Plowman......... 3rd ...... 11th......................Angie Cicanese Ed Plowman......... 3rd........ 10th......................Janet Gray Ed Plowman......... 6th....................................Angie Cicanese Ed Plowman......... 5th.....................................Molijane Wahl Ed Plowman.........2nd....................................Laura Zimmerman Ed Plowman......... 5th.....................................Molijane Wahl Ed Plowman......... 5th.....................................Jennifer Barnholth Michael Way......... 4th.....................................Julie Esper Thomas Kelly Michael Way......... 3rd......... 4th.......................Dianna Campbell Thomas Kelly Michael Way......... 4th.....................................Caroline Albertsma Thomas Kelly Michael Way......... 4th.....................................Jennifer Poole Michael Way.........2nd....... 11th......................Jennifer Poole Thomas Kelly....... 3rd........ 12th......................Jennifer Poole Buck Dawson....... 3rd........ NTS......................Kathy Rusher Buck Dawson.......2nd........ 6th.......................Taryn Peters Buck Dawson....... 1st......... 5th.......................April Booe Buck Dawson....... 1st.........2nd .....................Michelle Solan Buck Dawson....... 1st.........2nd....... 11th........Alli Tatangelo Buck Dawson....... 1st......... 3rd......................Alli Tatangelo Buck Dawson....... 1st.........2nd ...... 21st........Judy Tubei Buck Dawson.......2nd........ 6th.......................April Avery Buck Dawson.......2nd........ 6th.......................Jael Koech Buck Dawson.......2nd........ 5th.......................Jael Koech Buck Dawson.......2nd........ 5th.......................Jael Koech Buck Dawson....... 1st......... 3rd........ 15th........Jael Koech Rick Moody..........2nd........ 4th.......................Carolyne Kwambai Jamie Moreno......2nd........ 8th.......................Carolyne Kwambai Jael Koech became the Mocs’s first All-American cross country runner in 2005, finishing 12th at the NCAA Division II Championship. She repeated as an All-American in 2006, placing 6th at the NCAA Division II Championship.

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Year 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

MEN

Coach SSC Reg. NCAA MVP Ed Plowman....... 3rd.................................. Jon Johnston Ed Plowman......... 4th.....................................Jon Johnston Ed Plowman......... 6th.....................................Jim Harris Ed Plowman......... 6th.....................................Harold Hendren Ed Plowman......... 6th.....................................Harold Hendren Ed Plowman......... 4th.....................................Rob Bailey Ed Plowman......... 3rd.....................................Scott Rouse Ed Plowman.........2nd....................................Scott Rouse Ed Plowman.........2nd ...................................Don Gillich Michael Way......... 7th.....................................Ken Bailey Thomnas Kelly Michael Way......... 5th.....................................Brian DeAngelis Thomas Kelly Michael Way......... 4th.....................................Brian DeAngelis Thomas Kelly Michael Way......... 5th.....................................Brian DeAngelis Michael Way......... 3rd ...... 12th......................Brian DeAngelis Thomas Kelly....... 6th.....................................Tim Vanderhoof Buck Dawson...... T1st....... 10th......................Hennie Schoeman Buck Dawson.......2nd ....... 6th.......................Hennie Schoeman Buck Dawson....... 1st......... 5th.......................Jayson Chagoya Buck Dawson....... 1st......... 5th.......................Gary Crossan Buck Dawson....... 1st......... 7th.......................Gary Crossan Buck Dawson....... 1st........ 11th......................Paul Norby Buck Dawson....... 1st......... 6th.......................Lee Stephens Buck Dawson....... 1st......... 5th.......................Lee Stephens Buck Dawson....... 1st......... 7th.......................Tyrone Bell Buck Dawson....... 1st......... 3rd........20th........Tyrone Bell Buck Dawson....... 1st.........2nd....... 13th........Tyrone Bell Buck Dawson....... 1st.........2nd....... 20th........Eric Walker Rick Moody.......... 1st......... 1st........ 21st........William Koeppel Jamie Moreno...... 1st......... 3rd.......................Scott Mackley

SSC SILVER ANNIVERSARY TEAM ★ ★ ★ WOMEN ★ ★ ★ Rachel Anderson (FSC) April Booe (FSC) Rebecca Clark (FSC) Paige Dempsey (FSC) Kim Fagen (EC) Elizabeth Gracia (FSC) Jael Koech (FSC) Allison Macsas (UT) Taryn Peters (FSC) Michelle Solan (FSC) Alli Tatangelo (FSC) ★ ★ Top Runners ★ ★ Jael Koech (FSC) Allison Macsas (UT) ★ ★ TOP COACH ★ ★ Jarrett Slaven (UT)

★ ★ ★ MEN ★ ★ ★ Tyrone Bell (FSC) Jayson Chayoga (FSC) Gary Crossan (FSC) Brian DeAngelis (FSC) John Emerson (FSC) Elias Gonzales (UT) Paul Norby (FSC) Brooks Petty (BU) Scott Rouse (FSC) Hennie Schoeman (FSC) Lee Stephens (FSC) Eric Walker (FSC) ★ ★ Top Runner ★ ★ Elias Gonzales (UT) ★ ★ TOP COACH ★ ★ Buck Dawson (FSC)


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MOCCASIN CROSS COUNTRY HONORS All-Sunshine StATE Conference - WOMEN -

1982 2nd Team: Angie Cicanese, Janet Gray 1983 1st Team: Janet Gray Hon. Mention: Angie Cicanese 1984 Hon. Mention: Angie Cicanese 1985 Hon. Mention: Molijane Wahl 1986 SSC Champion: Paige Dempsey 1st Team: Paige Dempsey, Laura Zimmerman 2nd Team: Laura Orgielewicz, Molijane Wahl Coach of the Year: Ed Plowman 1987 1st Team: Michelle Musick 1990 1st Team: Caroline Albertsma, Dianna Campbell 1991 1st Team: Caroline Albertsma 1992 1st Team: Jennifer Poole 1993 2nd Team: Jennifer Poole Coach of the Year: Michael Way 1994 2nd Team: Jennifer Poole 1996 1st Team: Jessica Brown 2nd Team: Valerie Hardee, Taryn Peters, Emily Vall Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 1997 SSC Champion: April Booe SSC Runner of the Year: April Booe 1st Team: April Booe, Rebecca Clark, Taryn Peters, Kristy Vignalli 2nd Team: Jessica Brown, Kelly Hitchcock, Emily Val Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 1998 SSC Champion: Michelle Solan SSC Runner of the Year: Michelle Solan 1st Team: Rebecca Clark, Taryn Peters, Michelle Solan, Alli Tatangelo, Kristy Vignalli 2nd Team: April Booe, Jamie Krevas, Emily Vall Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 1999 SSC Champion: Alli Tatangelo SSC Runner of the Year: Alli Tatangelo 1st Team: April Booe, Rebecca Clark, Taryn Peters, Alli Tatangelo, Kristy Vignalli 2nd Team: Renae Neale, Emily Vall Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 2000 SSC Champion: Alli Tatangelo SSC Runner of the Year: Alli Tatangelo 1st Team: April Booe, Rebecca Clark, Linda McLaughlin, Alli Tatangelo, 2nd Team: Kelly Bowen, Tanya Garcia, Renae Neale Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 2001 1st Team: Linda McLaughlin, Judy Tubei 2nd Team: April Avery, Kelly Bowen, Renae Neale, Katie Thomas 2002 1st Team: April Avery 2nd Team: Kelly Bowen, Linda McLaughlin, Kimi Rucks 2003 1st Team: Jael Koech 2nd Team: Rachel Anderson, April Avery, Kimi Rucks 2004 1st Team: Rachel Anderson, Jael Koech 2nd Team: Elizabeth Garcia, Linda Mrkic, Danielle Shimer 2005 1st Team: Rachel Anderson, Elizabeth Garcia, Jael Koech 2nd Team: Danielle Shimer 2006 SSC Champion: Jael Koech SSC Runner of the Year: Jael Koech 1st Team: Rachel Anderson, Jael Koech; Carolyne Kwambai 2nd Team: Danielle Shimer Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 2007 1st Team: Carolyne Kwambai Freshman of the Year: Kelsey Dunn 1st Team All-Championship: Carolyne Kwambai 2nd Team All-Championship: Kelsey Dunn, Danielle Shimer 2008 1st Team: Carolyn Kwambai 1st Team All-Championship: Carolyne Kwambai

1990 1998 1999 2001 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008

All-REGION -- WOMEN Dianna Campbell Rebecca Clark, Michelle Solan, Alli Tatangelo Taryn Peters, Alli Tatangelo, Kristry Vignalli, Judy Tubei Jael Koech Rachel Anderson, Elizabeth Garcia, Jael Koech Rachel Anderson, Jael Koech, Carolyne Kwambai Carolyne Kwambai Carolyne Kwambai

All-AMERICA -- WOMEN 2005 2006

Jael Koech (12th at NCAA-II Championship) Jael Koech (6th at NCAA-II Championship)

CCCA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE -- WOMEN 2005 2008

Elizabeth Garcia Ali Gardino, Carolyne Kwambai

All-Sunshine StATE Conference - MEN -

1984 Hon. Mention: Harold Hendren 1985 2nd Team: Rob Bailey 1986 1st Team: Scott Rouse, Roy Simmen 2nd Team: Don Gillich 1987 SSC Champion: Scott Rouse 1st Team: Don Gillich, Scott Rouse, Roy Simmen Coach of the Year: Ed Plowman 1988 1st Team: Keith Baber 1991 1st Team: Brian DeAngelis 1992 1st Team: Brian DeAngelis 1995 1st Team: Gabe Malloy, Hennie Schoeman 2nd Team: James Love Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 1996 1st Team: Hennie Schoeman 2nd Team: Keith Kestler, Gabe Malloy, Robert McConnell, Daren O’Dea 1997 SSC Champion: Jayson Chagoya SSC Runner of the Year: Jayson Chagoya 1st Team: Jayson Chagoya, Josh Fuller, Gabe Malloy 2nd Team: Matt Grieves, Danny Saenz, Jeff Strickland Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 1998 SSC Champion: Gary Crossan SSC Runner of the Year: Gary Crossan 1st Team: Jayson Chagoya, Gary Crossan, Josh Fuller Paul Norby, Hennie Schoeman 2nd Team: Tommy Vars 1999 SSC Champion: Gary Crossan SSC Runner of the Year: Gary Crossan 1st Team: Jayson Chagoya, Gary Crossan, Brian Major, Paul Norby 2nd Team: Phito Mirtil Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 2000 SSC Champion: Paul Norby SSC Runner of the Year: Paul Norby 1st Team: Brian Major, Phito Mirtil, Paul Norby, Jorge Salmeron 2nd Team: Paul Costa Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 2001 SSC Champion: Lee Stephens SSC Runner of the Year: Lee Stephens 1st Team: John Emerson, Paul Norby, Jorge Salmeron, Lee Stephens 2nd Team: Phito Mirtil Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson

2002 1st Team: Tyrone Bell, John Emerson, Lee Stephens 2nd Team: Curtiss Bryant Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 2003 1st Team: Tyrone Bell, John Emerson, Louis Rufo 2nd Team: Tony Lyons, Eric Walker Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 2004 SSC Champion: Tyrone Bell SSC Runner of the Year: Tyrone Bell 1st Team: Tyrone Bell, John Emerson, Louis Rufo, Lief Thomason 2nd Team: Michael Murphy, James Murphy, Eric Walker Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 2005 SSC Champion: Tyrone Bell SSC Runner of the Year: Tyrone Bell 1st Team: Tyrone Bell, Scott Mackley, Lief Thomason, Eric Walker 2nd Team: Robert Hillman, Michael Murphy, James Murphy, Trevor Step Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 2006 SSC Champion: Eric Walker SSC Runner of the Year: Eric Walker 1st Team: Evander Jones, Scott Mackley, Lief Thomason, Eric Walker 2nd Team: Jon Alter, Trevor Step Coach of the Year: Buck Dawson 2007 SSC Champion: Luke Beevor 1st Team: Luke Beevor 1st Team All-Championship: Luke Beevor, Ben Martucci, Lief Thomason 2nd Team: All-Championship: William Koeppel, Scott Mackley 2008 SSC Champion: Scott Mackley SSC Runner of the Year: Scott Mackley 1st Team: Eric Larson, Scott Mackley, Ben Martucci 1st Team All-Championship: Eric Larson, Scott Mackley, Ben Martucci 2nd Team All-Championship: Drew Martucci Freshman of the Year: Eric Larson SSC Coach of the Year: Jamie Moreno

All-REGION -- MEN 1995 Hennie Schoeman 1998 Gary Crossan 1999 Gary Crossan 2001 Lee Stephens 2004 Tyrone Bell; John Emerson 2005 Scott Mackley; Eric Walker 2006 Evander Jones, Scott Mackley, Lief Thomason, Eric Walker 2007 Luke Beevor, William Koeppel, Ben Martucci Coach of the Year: Rick Moody 2008 Eric Larson, Scott Mackley, Ben Martucci

ACADEMIC All-REGION -- MEN 1998 1st Team: Hennie Schoeman 2004 1st Team: John Emerson, Louis Rufo 2007 1st Team: William Koeppel, Lief Thomason

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA -- MEN 1998 3rd Team: Hennie Schoeman 2007 2nd Team: William Koeppel

CCCA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE -- MEN 2005 Lief Thomason, Eric Walker 2006 Trevor Step, Lief Thomason, Eric Walker

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS - WOMEN Goppert, Katie........................................... 2003

Peters, Katie..................................... 2002-2003

Anderson, Rachel . ........2003-2004-2005-2006

Gray, Janet....................................... 1982-1983

Peters, Taryn..................1996-1997-1998-1999

Asbee, Courtney........................................ 1992

Griffith, Angie............................................. 1985

Pfundtner, Allison....................................... 1998

Avery, April......................2001-2002-2003-2004

Guglielmo, Joanna........................... 2007-2008

Poole, Jennifer........................1992-1993-1994

Albertsma, Caroline................................... 1992

Barnhart, Erica.......................................... 1997

Hale, Debbie.............................................. 1985

Porter, Amy....................................... 1984-1985

Barnholth, Jennifer.........1987-1988-1989-1990

Haralson, Staci.......................................... 1989

Postigo, Samantha .................2003-2004-2005

Bemman, Krystal....................................... 2007

Hardee, Valerie........................1996-1997-1999

Pugh, Debra.............................................. 1989

Booe, April......................1997-1998-1999-2000

Harrison, Lisa............................................ 1983

Ramsay, Callie.................................. 2007-2008

Bowen, Kelly............................2000-2001-2002

Hitchcock, Kellie........................................ 1997

Rhoades, Carolyn...................................... 1982

Brown, Jessica................................. 1996-1997

Honeycutt, Amber...................................... 2006

Rhoades. Marolyn............................ 1982-1983

Brown, Lauren........................................... 2005

Hoon, Yee Lim.................................. 1990-1991

Rinn, Birgit................................................. 1994

Campbell, Dianna............................. 1990-1991

Hoyt, Jennifer................................... 1989-1990

Rucks, Kimi..............................2002-2003-2004

Carr, Barbara..................2001-2002-2003-2004

Huerkamp, Natalie..................................... 1986

Rusher, Kathy Jo.....................1993-1994-1995

Cicanese, Angie......................1982-1983-1984

Hunt, Dorothy................................... 1980-1981

Ryschka, Corinna...................................... 1987

Clark, Rebecca...............1997-1998-1999-2000

Jack, Robin................................................ 1987

Saunders, Julie.......................................... 1988

Clary, Dawn...................................... 1992-1993

Jennings, Janae............................... 1983-1984

Sawicki, Mary................................... 1993-1995

Colbert, Alyssa.......................................... 2006

Joyner, Cynthia.......................................... 1991

Shannon, Cindy......................................... 1994

Colina, Gina............................................... 1984

Kennedy. Kathryn...................................... 1996

Shimer, Danielle ............2004-2005-2006-2007

Cooks, Leda.............................................. 1982

Klingensmith, Judy.................................... 1980

Solan, Michelle.......................................... 1998

Combes, Kelsey........................................ 2005

Koech, Jael . ..................2003-2004-2005-2006

Springer, Barbara............................. 1990-1991

Cox, Marcella................................... 1983-1984

Kozlowski, Dawn.............................. 1992-1993

Stewart, Kim.............................................. 1990

Crane, Sherrie........................................... 1980

Krevas, Jamie............................................ 1998

Stratton, Tammy.............1988-1989-1990-1991

Crocker, Debbie................................ 1980-1981

Kucharik, Andrea....................................... 2000

Sullivan, Shirley.......................1992-1993-1994

Currier, Christine....................................... 1985

Kucharik, Kimberly.................................... 2000

Swann, JoEllen................................. 1988-1990

Davis, Jessica ................................. 2004-2005

Kwambai, Carolyne.................2006-2007-2008

Swartz, Jillian................................... 2007-2008

Dean, Tracy............................................... 1986

Langford, Megan....................................... 2002

Tatangelo, Alli.................1998-1999-2000-2001

Deck, Heidi................................................ 1992

Lazansky, Lori................................... 1995-1996

Tatangelo, Beth......................................... 2000

Dempsey, Paige......................1986-1987-1988

Lemoine, Shannon.................................... 1991

Thomas, Katie................1999-2000-2001-2002

DeNeve, Danielle...................................... 2001

Little, Kesha...................................... 1995-1996

Thuer, Lisa................................................. 2000

Downey, Amy............................................. 1982

Longhini, Amanda...................................... 1995

Timm, Sara................................................ 2005

Dunn, Kelsey............................................. 2007

Mangus, Eva............................................. 1980

Tubei, Judy................................................ 2001

Esper, Julie....................................... 1989-1990

McKenzie, Kim.......................................... 1991

Urrego, Diana............................................ 2001

Evans, Alejandra....................................... 1984

McLaughlin, Linda...................2000-2001-2002

Vall, Emily.......................1996-1997-1998-1999

Farina, Paula............................................. 1982

McMahon, Cathy.............................. 1995-1996

Vazquez, Janissa....................................... 2005

Figlesthaler, Beth.............................. 2003-2004

Mikesh, Miranda........................................ 2000

Vignali, Kristy...........................1997-1998-1999

Flagg, Debra..................................... 1989-1990

Mitchell, Arden .......................................... 2004

Wahl, Molijane................1985-1986-1987-1988

Flanagan, Kelly.......................................... 1992

Mrkic, Linda............................................... 2004

Wallace, Alston.......................................... 2002

Flight, Susan............................................. 1981

Mulford, Julie............................................. 1985

Walsh, Joy................................................. 1994

Ford, Laurie............................................... 1982

Murphy, Amanda........................................ 2000

Ward, Sonia............................................... 1991

Fussell, Katie............................................. 2000

Musick, Michelle........................................ 1987

Welker, Noelle........................................... 2003

Galica, Kelley................................... 1989-1990

Neale, Renae.................1998-1999-2000-2001

Wheat, Felicia................................... 1990-1991

Garcia, Elizabeth ............................. 2004-2005

Nealy, Barbara........................................... 1986

Whitehead, Karys...................................... 2007

Garcia, Tanya................................... 2000-2001

Neely, Lisa................................................. 1994

Williams, Kimberly..................................... 1996

Gardino, Ali..............................2006-2007-2008

Orgielewicz, Laurie.................................... 1986

Zelonis, Tabitha................................ 1999-2000

Germ, Amanda.......................................... 2007

Parker, Kelly.............................................. 2005

Zimmerman, Laura.................................... 1986

Gesche, Michelle....................................... 1988

Penney, Cindy.................................. 1993-1994

Zimmerman, Pam...................................... 1984

Goodell, Katrina................................ 1997-1998

Peoples, Liz............................................... 1988

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS - MEN Abbott, David........................................... 1996 Alter, Jonathan ............2003-2004-2005-2006 Alvarez, Kevin......................................... 1992 Baber, Keith.................................... 1988-1990 Bailey, Ken....................1989-1990-1991-1992 Bailey, Robert................................. 1984-1985 Baldwin, Tyler.......................................... 2007 Beauchamp, David.................................. 2000 Beevor, Luke........................................... 2007 Bell, Tryone .................2002-2003-2004-2005 Bellamy, Philip......................................... 2005 Blackburn, John.............................. 2007-2008 Blanton, Brad........................................... 1988 Bourgard, Andrew.................................... 1994 Boyd, Dusty.................................... 1982-1983 Bryant, C.J...................................... 2002-2003 Campbell, Jeff.......................................... 1990 Carden, Phillip......................................... 1996 Chagoya, Jayson................... 1997-1998-1999 Chisum, Michael...................................... 1984 Christian, Daniel...................................... 2004 Clanton, Andrew...................................... 1989 Clark, Doug............................................. 1984 Clark, John.............................................. 1980 Conlon, Ryan.................................. 1995-1996 Costa, Paul..................................... 2000-2001 Crites, Eric...................................... 1988-1989 Crossan, Gary................................ 1998-1999 Cummo, Chris.......................................... 1990 Davis, Michael......................................... 1984 DeAngelis, Brian...........1990-1991-1992-1993 Delinks, Don............................................ 1988 DeVoss, Mark.......................................... 1983 Dillashaw, Jason............................. 2000-2002 Duffy, Marcus.................................. 2007-2008 Dunn, Daniel............................................ 2007 Dysart, Philip........................................... 2004 Emerson, John.............2001-2002-2003-2004 Evans, Craig................................... 1992-1993 Fanning, Charlie.................... 2006-2007-2008 Fennel, Pat..................................... 2000-2001 Feraci, Paul............................................. 1982 Fisher, Charles........................................ 2000 Fredin, Jonathan..................................... 1987 Fuller, Josh..................................... 1997-1998 Gillich, Don...................1985-1986-1987-1988 Gines, Jeff............................................... 1986 Graham, Joe............................................ 1986 Graham, John.......................................... 1980 Green, James.......................................... 1993 Grieves, Matt................1996-1997-1998-1999

Haldane, Clint................................. 1990-1991 Harris, Jim............................................... 1982 Hayes, Mike.................................... 1980-1981 Hendren, Harold...........1982-1983-1984-1985 Hertling, Frank......................................... 1987 Hillman, Robert........................................ 2005 Hodges, David......................................... 1990 Jaramillo, Joe.......................................... 1996 Jay, Will................................................... 1991 Johnston, Jon................................. 1980-1981 Jones, Evander....................................... 2006 Joyner, Shohn....................... 2001-2002-2003 Kee, Allen................................................ 1994 Kestler, Keith.................................. 1996-1997 Knowles, Rich.......................................... 1985 Koeppel, William . ........2004-2005-2006-2007 Kosilla, Stephen...................................... 1980 Labrie, Roger........................................... 1989 Lange, Leif............................................... 1994 Larson, Eric............................................. 2008 Lembidakis, John.................................... 1991 Leslie, Bo................................................. 2002 Lewis, Brandon............................... 2006-2007 Liptak, Vincent................................ 1989-1990 Liseo, Joseph.......................................... 1984 Love, Jay................................................. 1995 Lyman, Eric..................................... 1983-1984 Lyons, Milton......................... 2002-2003-2004 Lyons, Tony............................................. 2003 MacKenzie, Robert.................................. 1989 Mackley, Scott..............2005-2006-2007-2008 Magnuson, Chad..........1991-1992-1993-1994 Major, Brian..................1999-2000-2001-2002 Malloy, Gabriel................................ 1995-1997 Mansfield, Corey..................................... 1991 Marcouiller, Mike..................................... 1985 Martucci, Ben................................. 2007-2008 Martucci, Drew................................ 2007-2008 McConnell, Robert................................... 1996 McGown, Zach........................................ 1999 McGuire, Jim........................................... 1981 Meldeau, David....................................... 1993 Merenda, Joe.......................................... 1983 Mirtil, Phito....................1999-2000-2001-2002 Muller, John............................................. 1989 Munoz, Chris.................................. 1995-1996 Murphy, Jimmy ............2003-2004-2005-2006 Murphy, Michael ............................ 2004-2005 Nelson, Brian........................................... 1993 Nicholson, Rob........................................ 1983 Norby, Paul...................1998-1999-2000-2001

Nunn, Jesse............................................ 2006 O’Brien, Mark.......................................... 1989 O’Dea, Darrin.......................................... 1996 Oglesby, Pete.......................................... 1984 Owens, Craig........................................... 1986 Patchett-Gillis, Jason............................... 2008 Patton, Brad............................................ 1991 Pavleski, David........................................ 1994 Pieffer, Tim...................................... 1980-1981 Pilapil, Mike............................................. 1984 Pufflea, Mark........................................... 1981 Ransom, James...................................... 1990 Rassman, Rich........................................ 1982 Riddley, Tom............................................ 1981 Roberson, Clide....................................... 1980 Rouse, Scott................................... 1986-1987 Rufo, Louis...................2001-2002-2003-2004 Ryals, Joel............................................... 1997 Rybinski, Paul................................. 1984-1986 Saenz, Danny........................ 1995-1996-1997 Salmeron, Jorge.................... 2000-2001-2002 Sampson, Robbie.........1998-1999-2000-2001 Schoeman, Hennie.......1995-1996-1997-1998 Schofield, Steve...................................... 1987 Scott, Kevin............................................. 1996 Secrest, Jeremy.................... 1997-1998-1999 Short, John.............................................. 1989 Simmen, Roy................1985-1986-1987-1988 Squitier, Jason....................... 1991-1992-1993 Stanley, John........................................... 1993 Step, Trevor . ...............2003-2004-2005-2006 Stephens, Lee................................ 2001-2002 Strickland, Jeff................................ 1994-1997 Sullivan, Pat............................................ 1987 Summers, Russell................................... 1991 Sutton, Danny................................. 1990-1991 Taylor, Brian............................................. 1982 Taylor, Ron.............................................. 1988 Thomason, Lief . ..........2004-2005-2006-2007 Tiseo, Joe.............................. 1985-1986-1987 Tsuchida, Akinori..................................... 1992 Vanderhoof, Tim...................................... 1994 Vars, Tommy............................................ 1998 Walker, Eric .................2003-2004-2005-2006 Watson, Tom............................................ 1983 Werly, William.......................................... 2005 Westcott, Paul....................... 1982-1983-1984 Zachary, Joe............................................ 1997 Zottola, Craig........................................... 1992

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SSC CHAMPIONS FROM FSC

–– WOMEN –– SSC TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 1980, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2006

Paige Dempsey

Scott Rouse

April Booe

1986

1987

1997

Jayson Chagoya

Michelle Solan

Gary Crossan

1997

1998

1998 & 1999

FLORIDA SOUTHERN SSC INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 1986 - Paige Dempsey 1997 - April Booe 1998 - Michelle Solan 1999 - Alli Tatangelo 2000 - Alli Tatangelo 2006 - Jael Koech NCAA REGIONAL APPEARANCES 1982 (11th), 1983 (10th), 1980 (4th), 1993 (11th), 1994 (12th), 1996 (6th), 1997 (5th), 1998 (2nd), 1999 (2nd), 2000 (3rd), 2001 (2nd), 2002 (8th), 2003 (6th), 2004 (5th), 2005 (5th), 2006 (3rd) 2007 (4th), 2008 (8th) NCAA NATIONAL APPEARANCES WOMEN 1999 (11th), 2001 (21st), 2006 (15th)

–– MEN ––

Alli Tatangelo

Paul Norby

Lee Stephens

1999 & 2000

2000

2001

Tyrone Bell

Jael Koech

Eric Walker

2004 & 2005

2006

2006

SSC MEN’S TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 1995*, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001. 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 *Co-Champions with North Florida

FLORIDA SOUTHERN SSC INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 1987 - Scott Rouse 1997 - Jayson Chagoya 1998, 1999 - Gary Crossan 2000 - Paul Norby 2001 - Lee Stephens 2004, 2005 - Tyrone Bell 2006 - Eric Walker 2007 - Luke Beevor 2008 - Scott Mackley NCAA REGIONAL APPEARANCES 1995 (10th), 1997 (5th), 1998 (5th), 1999 (7th), 2000 (11th), 2001 (6th), 2002 (5th), 2003 (7th), 2004 (3rd), 2005 (2nd), 2006 (2nd), 2007 (1st), 2008 (3rd)

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Luke Beevor

Scott Mackley

2007

2008

NCAA NATIONAL APPEARANCES 2004 (20th), 2005 (13th), 2006 (15th), 2007 (21st)


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SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE

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 Commissioner Jay Jones volleyball, and are nationally recognized in men’s and women’s cross country, women’s rowing and women’s basketball. 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). For more information, please contact: Jay Jones, Commissioner Kelly Harrison, Asst. Commissioner 7061 Grand National Dr., Suite 138 Orlando, FL 32819 • (407) 248-8460 www.sunshinestateconference.com

SSC CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONS MEN 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 -

Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern North Florida Florida Southern/North Fla. North Florida North Florida Eckerd Florida Tech Florida Tech Eckerd Barry Florida Tech Florida Tech Florida Tech Florida Tech Central Florida Central Florida Central Florida Rollins

WOMEN 2008 - Tampa 2007 - Tampa 2006 - Florida Southern 2005 - Tampa 2004 - Tampa 2003 - Tampa 2002 - Tampa 2001 - Florida Southern 2000 - Florida Southern 1999 - Florida Southern 1998 - Florida Southern 1997 - Florida Southern 1996 - North Florida 1995 - North Florida 1995 - North Florida 1993 - North Florida 1992 - Eckerd 1991 - Eckerd 1990 - Eckerd 1989 - Barry 1988 - Tampa 1987 - Florida Tech 1986 - Florida Tech 1985 - Florida Tech 1984 - Saint Thomas 1983 - Rollins 1982 - Saint Thomas 1981 - Rollins 1980 - Florida Southern

SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE 2008 CHAMPIONSHIP • • • WOMEN (6K) • • • 1. Tampa...................................... 21 pts. 2. Florida Southern.................... 78 pts. 3. Nova Southeastern.................. 79 pts. 4. Florida Tech............................. 81 pts. 5. Rollins.................................... 117 pts. 6. Saint Leo............................... 138 pts. 1st TEAM ALL-CHAMPIONSHIP 1. Jessica Forrester (UT).................21:33 2. Carolyne Kwambai (FSC)..........22:05 3. Heather Nicolosi (UT)..................22:18 4. Alysha Duffy (UT)........................22:24 5. Krystal Porter (NSU)....................22:58

2nd TEAM ALL-ALL-CHAMPIONSHIP 6. Katherine O’Brien (UT)..............23;15 7. Sarah Nelson (UT).....................23:18 8. Dara Fox (UT)............................23:22 9. Nicole Clarks (FT)......................23:26 10. Tara Haddock (NSU).................23:50

• • • MEN (8K) • • • 1. Florida Southern........................... 26 2. Tampa............................................. 51 3. Nova Southeastern......................... 60 4. Florida Tech.................................. 106 5. Saint Leo...................................... 145 6. Rollins........................................... 151 1st TEAM ALL-ALL-CHAMPIONSHIP 1. Scott Mackley (FSC)..................25:01 2. Jefferey Palmer (NSU)................25:07 3. Tony Nicolosi (UT).......................25:09 4. Eric Larson (FSC)......................25:13 5. Ben Martucci (FSC)...................25:23

2nd TEAM ALL-ALL-CHAMPIONSHIP 6. Drew Martucci (FSC)............... 25:27 7. Myles Garza (FT)....................... 25:32 8. Javier Beuzeville (SLU).............25:37 9. Eskender Abdalla (NSU)............25:55 10. Chris Catanach (UT)..................26:00

SUNSHINE STATE CONFENCE 2008 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS • • • WOMEN • • • Nicole Clarke, Florida Tech Alysha Duffy, Tampa Jessica Forrester, Tampa Carolyne Kwambai, Florida Southern Heather Nicolosi, Tampa Krystal Porter, Nova Southeastern Runner of the Year – Jessica Forrester, Tampa Coach of the Year – Jarrett Slaven, Tampa Freshman of the Year – Nicole Clarke, Florida Tech • • • MEN • • • Myles Garza, Florida Tech Eric Larson, Florida Southern Scott Mackley, Florida Southern Ben Martucci, Florida Southern Tony Nicolosi, Tampa Jeff Palmer, Nova Southeastern Runner of the Year – Scott Mackley, Florida Southern Coach of the Year – Jamie Moreno, Florida Southern Freshman of the Year – Eric Larson, Florida Southern

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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 majors offered at Florida Southern: Accounting Criminology Art Economics Art Education Education Art History Educational Studies Graphic Design Elementary Education Studio Art Pre-K/Primary Education Athletic Training Special Education Biochemistry and Molecular Certification in Secondary Biology Ed. Biology English Business Administration Environmental Studies Finance History Information Tech. Mngt. Horticulture Science International Business Landscape Horticultural Management Design or Production Marketing Recreational Turf Mgmt. Chemistry Landscape Design Citrus Humanities Communication Mathematics Advertising Music  Broadcast Journalism Music Composition or Print Journalism Peformance Public Relations Music Education Computer Science/Math. Music Management

Nursing Philosophy Physical Education Political Science Psychology Religion Social Science Sociology Spanish Sports Management Theatre Arts Pre-Professional Pre-Dental Studies Pre-Engineering Studies Pre-Forestry Studies Pre-Law Studies Pre-Medicine Studies Pre-Ministry Studies Pre-Physical Therapy Studies Pre-Veterninary Studies


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Moccasin Athletic Training Services Every student-athlete at Florida Southern College is entitled to quality medical care while participating as a member of an athletic team. The athletic training/medical staff coordinates and delivers professional and comprehensive preventive care, treatment, rehabilitation and counseling services to all FSC student-athletes. The goal of athletic training services is to keep each student-athlete healthy and injury free. In the case of injury or illness, the staff will provide quality medical care enabling the student-athlete to return to participation both as a student and an athlete. The athletic training staff is comprised of four full-time nationally-certified and state-licensed athletic trainers. Florida Southern College also has an athletic training education program. Athletic training students from the program assist the staff athletic trainers in daily operations of the athletic training facility. The athletic training facility is located in Jenkins Field House. The facility is well equipped to provide treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. The FSC sports medicine team is comprised of two orthopedic team physicians and consulting physicians in several specialties. All of these professionals work together to meet the student-athlete’s health care needs.

Al Green, MA, ATC, LAT, EMT

Al Green was named assistant athletic director and head athletic trainer in July 2007. Prior to joining Florida Southern College, Green was the general manager and athletic trainer for the Lakeland Thunderbolts, an indoor professional football team. He served as the director of marketing and business development and coordinator of athletic training services for Healthcare Management Systems (HMS), a Lakeland-based company. The former head athletic trainer and athletic administrator at the University of Kentucky, he has served in various capacities for the athletic training profession at the state, district and national levels. Green serves as the chairperson for the National Athletic Trainers Association Public Relations Committee. He was inducted into the National Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame in 2004. He also serves the community as a volunteer firefighter and EMT for the Polk County Fire Department. Green is married to Sue Stanley-Green, FSC athletic training educational program director and also an NATA Hall of Fame member. They have one daughter, Logan. Green has three older children, Douglas, Jennifer and Tracy.

Kelly Cox, MA, ATC, LAT

Kelly Cox came to Florida Southern College in 2008 from the University of South Florida where she served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the Big East Champion women’s softball team and the football team. She also completed an internship with the University of South Florida’s football team in the fall of 2005 after graduating from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology with a specialization in Athletic Training and a minor in Health Science Education. While at the University of Florida she worked with the football, women’s soccer, and swimming and diving teams, as well as with local high school teams and at Shands Orthopedic Institute. During her time at USF she received her Master’s degree in Exercise Science through the Physical Education Department. Cox is a certified clinical instructor and teaches in the FSC physical education department.

Lindsey Williams, MS, ATC, LAT, EMT

Lindsey Williams graduated from Florida Southern College in 2002 with a degree in athletic training. She served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at The Ohio State University for two years, covering a variety of sports. She also worked in a physical therapy clinic and in orthopedic sales. Williams is an EMT and worked in the Columbus, Ohio, area prior to moving back to Florida in 2006. She now serves as a volunteer EMT with Polk County EMS. Williams is a certified clinical instructor and teaches in the FSC athletic training education and physical education programs. She has an English bulldog named Peanut.

Brian Simerville, MA, ATC, LAT

Brian Simerville came to Florida Southern College in 2007 from the University of South Florida, where he served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the men’s soccer team. While at USF, he earned his master of arts degree in physical education: exercise science. He earned his bachelor of science degree in sports medicine: athletic training from Eastern Michigan University. Simerville is a certified clinical instructor and teaches in the FSC athletic training education and physical education programs.

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FLORIDA SOUTHERN 2009 “MOCCASINS”

Front (L-R): Katie Barrese, Emily LaBarbera, Justine Michael, Kassandra Gearlds, Kelsey Dunn, Nicole Shaul, Lesley Shaughnessy, Ali Gardino. Back (L-R): Carolyne Kwambai, Lauren Poidevant, Laura Lewenhaupt, Megan Moore, Amanda Germ, Jillian Swartz, Karys Whitehead, Jessica Echols.

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE 2009 WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Name Katie Barrese Kelsey Dunn Jessica Echols Ali Gardino Kassandra Gearlds Amanda Germ Carolyne Kwambai Emily LaBarbera Justine Michael Megan Moore Lauren Poidevant Nicole Shaul Jillian Swartz Karys Whitehead

Ht. 5-1 5-0 5-4 5-3 5-3 5-6 5-3 5-3 5-4 5-9 5-6 5-1 5-5 5-5

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

Hometown Temecula, CA Daytona Beach, FL Moore Haven, FL Naples, FL Indianapolis, IN Oviedo, FL Rift Valley, Kenya Cape Coral, FL Gainesville, FL Bartow, FL Green Cove Springs, FL Bradenton, FL Hernando, FL Terra Ceia, FL

Previous School Great Oak High School Warner Christian Academy Moore Haven HS St. John Neumann HS Franklin Central HS Oviedo HS Kaptagat Girls HS Mariner HS Buchholtz HS Lake Region HS Ridgeview HS Manatee HS Lecanto HS Palmetto HS

Head Coach: Jamie Moreno (Central Missouri ‘94)


2009 FSC MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY TEAM

Front (L-R): Kyle Terwilleger, Charlie Fanning, J.J. Blackburn, Eric Larson, Josh Meadows, Chris Meadows. Back (L-R): Bryce Loudermilk, Chris Miles, Jason Patchett-Gillis, Tommy Poidevant, Zack Kovacik, Ben Martucci, Drew Martucci.

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE 2009 MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Name J.J. Blackburn Charlie Fanning Zack Kovacik Eric Larson Bryce Loudermilk Ben Martucci Drew Martucci Chris Meadows Josh Meadows Chris Miles Jason Patchett-Gillis Tommy Poidevant Kyle Terwilleger

Ht. 5-9 5-10 5-11 5-6 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-9 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-4 5-7

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

Hometown Winter Haven, FL Palm Harbor, FL Cape Coral, FL Pensacola, FL Riverview, FL Brooksville, FL Brooksville, FL Lakeland, FL Lakeland, FL Ft. Myers, FL Key West, FL Green Cove Springs, FL Sanford, FL

Previous School Lake Region HS Tarpon Springs, FL North Ft. Myers HS Booker T. Washington HS Newsome HS Hernando HS Hernando HS McKeel Academy McKeel Academy Ft. Myers HS Florida Keys CC Ridgeview HS Seminole HS

Head Coach: Jamie Moreno (Central Missouri ‘94)


FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE 2009 CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE

DAY DATE

MEET

SITE

Fri.

Tampa Early Bird Classic

Dover

5:00 p.m.

Sat. Sept. 18 Florida Invitational

Gainesville

7:30 a.m.

Sat. Sept. 26 Mercer Invitational

Macon, GA

9:00 a.m.

Sat. Oct. 10

Disney Classic

Lk. Buena Vista

7:45 a.m.

Sat. Oct. 24

Sunshine State Conf. Meet

Lakeland

7:30 a.m.

Sat. Nov. 7

NCAA D-II South Regional

Dover

8:00 a.m.

Sat. Nov. 21

NCAA D-II National Championship Evansville, IN

Sept. 4

TIME

TBA

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