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2011-12 SCHEDULE FALL September Sun.-Tue. 11-13

Cougar Classic

Host: College of Charleston

Mon.-Tue. 19-20

Cardinal Cup

Host: University of Louisville

Fri.-Sun. 30-Oct.2 NITTANY LION INVITATIONAL

Charleston, S.C.

Louisville, Ky.

State College, Pa.

Host: Penn State

October Mon.-Tue. 10-11

Lady Northern

Host: Indiana University

Sun.-Tue. 16-18

Hoosier Fall Invitational

Host: Indiana University

French Lick, Ind.

Carmel, Ind.

Table of Contents 2.............................Schedule, Contents, Credits 3..............................................................Roster 4-5......................Head Coach Denise St. Pierre 6..........................Assistant Coach Abby Pearson 7.................................................Season Preview 8-14.............................................Golfer Profiles 15..........................................2010-11 Statistics 16-18....................2010-11Tournament Recaps 19...............................Nittany Lion Invitational 20-24....................Honors, Awards and Records 25-30.......................................All-Time Results 31-32.............................All-Time Letterwinners

SPRING February Sun.-Tue. 19-21

Lady Puerto Rico Classic

Host: Purdue University

CREDITS

San Juan, P.R.

March

Fri.-Sun. 9-11

Rio Verde Invitational

Rio Verde, Ariz.

U.Ed. No. ICA-10-18

Host:  Western Michigan Mon.-Tue. 19-20

Pinehurst Challenge

Host: College of Charleston

The Penn State Women’s Golf Yearbook was compiled, written and laid out by Penn State Athletic Communications; Jeff Nelson, Executive Editor; Erin Douglas, Design and Cover Art. Photos by: Campus Photography, Steve Manuel, Mark Selders, Melanie Kipp, Denise St. Pierre.

Pinehurst N.C.

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April Sat.-Sun. 21-22

Lady Buckeye

Host: The Ohio State University

Fri.-Sun. 28-30

Big Ten Championships

Columbus, Ohio

STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION

French Lick, Ind.

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May Thu.-Sat. 10-12

NCAA Regional Championships

Host: Penn State

Wed.-Sat. 23-26

NCAA Championship Finals

State College, Pa.

Franklin, Tenn.

Host; Vanderbilt University

All times to be announced - Get up to date times at www.GoPSUsports.com

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ROSTER AND MEDIA INFORMATION 2011-12 Roster

Athletic Communications

Elyse Archambault

Fr./Fr.

Ellen Ceresko

So./So.

Katlyn Elliott

Fr./Fr.

Catherine Herrera

Fr./Fr.

Contact: Trey Miller St.-Jean-sur-Rich, Que./Marcellin-Champagnat Phone: 814/865-1757 Jefferson Township, Pa./North Pocono Email: twm5101@psu.edu Peterborough, Ont./Holy Cross Secondary School Address: 101D Bryce Jordan Center Houston, Texas/St. Agnes Academy University Park, Pa. 16802

Courtney Kordes

Jr./Jr.

Natrona Heights, Pa./Highlands

Jamie Lavin

So./So.

Deerfield, Ill./Deerfield

Erin Michel

Fr./Fr.

Mason, Ohio/Mason

Emily Ransone

Jr./Jr.

Hilliard, Ohio/Bishop Waterson

Hanule Seo

Jr./Jr.

St. Louis, Mo./MICDS

Christina Vosters

So./So.

Bethany Beach, Del./Worcester Prep

Name Cl./Elig. Hometown/High School

HEAD COACH DENISE ST. PIERRE (PENN STATE, 1983) ASSISTANT COACH ABBY PEARSON (BALL STATE, 2002)

2011-12 WOMEN’S GOLF QUICK FACTS

General Information Location.....................................................................................University Park, Pa. Enrollment......................................................................................................44,034 Nickname...........................................................................................Nittany Lions Colors..............................................................................................Blue and White President...................................................................................Dr. Graham Spanier Athletic Director.....................................................................................Tim Curley Coaching Staff Head Coach......................................................Denise St. Pierre (Penn State, 1983) Years at Penn State..................................................27th overall, 20th as head coach Asst. Coach..............................................................Abby Pearson (Ball State, 2002) Years at Penn State......................................................................................First year Golf Office Phone............................................................................(814) 863-8309 Golf Office Fax................................................................................(814) 865-8149

Facility Information Home Courses..............................................................Blue Course (Par 72, 6,246) ...................................................................................White Course (Par 72, 6,102) Course Phone..................................................................................(814) 865-4653 Team Information 2011 Big Ten Finish..........................................................................................10th Letterwinners Returning/Lost..............................................................................6/4 Newcomers..............................................................................................................3 All-Time NCAA Tournament Appearances.............................................................4

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HEAD COACH DENISE ST. PIERRE

Denise

ST. PIERRE 20th Year Penn State, ‘83 2008 Palmer Award Winner

Experience is the best teacher... Denise St.Pierre is entering her 20th season as the Penn State head women’s golf coach. St. Pierre draws from her experience as a collegiate golfer as well as a PGA teaching professional to help her student-athletes reach their full potential. In addition to coaching the Nittany Lions, St. Pierre has also coached in international competitions throughout her coaching career. In August of 2004, St. Pierre helped coach the U.S. team at the World University Games in Thailand where they won the gold medal. Penn State’s Katie Futcher captured the individual title in that event. In June of 1999, St. Pierre was selected by the NGCA to coach the U.S. team at the U.S./Japan Collegiate Golf Championships in Chiba, Japan, where the Americans captured their fourth consecutive title. In its February 2002 issue, Golf for Women magazine named St. Pierre to its “Top 50 Women PGA/LPGA Instructors” list. St. Pierre has served as President of the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA). While president, she led the membership in volunteer work in New Orleans in relief of Hurricane Katrina. At the annual NGCA convention that had to be moved from New Orleans to Tahoe, Nevada, St. Pierre introduced an idea to the membership that called for as many golf programs as possible around the country to conduct fundraisers to raise money for the New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity. Through the efforts of the Nittany Lion women’s golf team as well as those by more than 30 other women’s golf programs around the country, the NGCA raised $60,000 to build a home for a displaced family in New Orleans. The efforts of the NGCA culminated last June when St. Pierre and several of her colleagues traveled to New Orleans and volunteered to help finish building the house that they sponsored through the Habitat for Humanity. St. Pierre has served as the assistant coach of the United States women’s golf team at the World University Games held in Torino, Italy for the second time after also serving as the coach in 2004. She led the team to a gold medal for the second straight time as well. A native of Syracuse, N.Y., St. Pierre chose Penn State for its academic and athletic reputation. As a Nittany Lion herself, St. Pierre’s team won several team titles as well as qualifying for the NCAA Championships. After her graduation in 1983, St. Pierre completed an apprenticeship with the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) at the Innisbrook Resort in Tarpon Springs, Fla. In 1985, she returned to the University as an assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s golf teams under Mary KennedyZierke. She earned 1991 Mid-Atlantic/East Region Coach-of-the-Year honors. From 2000-2004, St. Pierre served as secretary for the National Golf Coaches Association, prior to becoming the president of the NGCA following her time as secretary. St. Pierre has been a guest lecturer for the PGA teaching and coaching summit as well as the National Golf Foundation. A Class A member of the PGA, the Nittany Lion coach has taught in 4

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New York and Florida and is currently the director of instruction at the Penn State golf courses. During the winter, St. Pierre teaches a golf conditioning class for the local community, as well as instructing health and human development classes at Penn State. She also serves as the director for the Penn State summer golf schools, and co-directs five junior camps. In addition to all that, St. Pierre is the author of Golf Fundamentals, an instructional book for recreational players. St. Pierre offers more than just experience to her athletes; she brings with her knowledge of the sport and familiarity with the University. She had a very successful career at Penn State and looks forward to more growth and success for the Nittany Lion women. St. Pierre wants to provide life guidance as well as athletic guidance. “It is about them being balanced and how we can encompass academics and personal growth in order for our players to reach their potential,” St. Pierre says. Players face challenges both on and off the course that affect how they play their game. As a coach, she believes she must be aware of those factors in order to help the player cope on the course. “You have to know first what you want,” she adds. “I believe every player has more potential than they realize. It is my job to help draw that potential out of them.” St. Pierre wants her players to graduate from the program not only better golfers but also better people.


HEAD COACH DENISE ST. PIERRE “In order to uphold the Penn State tradition of academic and athletic excellence,” says St. Pierre, “we provide each player with a safe environment to play the game at the highest level while balancing her time in the classroom.” Every coach has a different strategy on how to run a team. Denise St. Pierre’s is not just centered around golf but around education and dreams. “I try to be supportive of student-athletes in both their athletic and academic endeavors while here at Penn State,” says the 1991 Mid-Atlantic/East Region Coach-of-the-Year. She understands that golf is not her student-athletes’ entire life. Each student-athlete is also at Penn State to receive an education and a life experience. “My main job as a coach is to discuss what our [team’s] dreams and aspirations are while we’re here...my goals are to help them reach theirs...I am a vehicle to allow my players to get where they want to go.” She wants her players to improve themselves in all aspects of life- as a competitor, an athlete and a person- during their time at Penn State. This Class A teaching professional hopes that her players can develop “using my background as a player...I can display the right attitude and the right actions that I want them to follow.” St. Pierre prepares her players for tournaments, both mentally and physically. The most important thing for her is to have as much information about a tournament, including climate, environment, grass, layout of the golf course and the competition. Physically, she has her players practice the things that are most likely to occur at those sites. “The more you know about the situation, the better you can prepare yourself both mentally and physically. The fewer the surprises, the more confident we can be,” says the Nittany Lion head coach.

1989 Champion Philadelphia PGA Section 1989 Championship Champion

1989 Philadelphia PGA Section Championship Finished second National PGA Women’s 1989 Championship Finished second

National PGA Women’s Championship 1991 Mid-Atlantic/East Region Coach-of-the-Year 1991 Mid-Atlantic/East Region

1992 Coach-of-the-Year Guest Instructor National PGA 1992 Summit in San Francisco Guest Instructor

1993 National PGA Guest Instructor Summit in San Francisco National Golf Foundation 1993 Guest Instructor National Golf Foundation

Coaching Honors 1999 Head Coach, U.S. Team U.S./Japan Collegiate Championships in Chiba, Japan 1999-2001 Member, NCAA Regional Selection Committee 2000 Top 50 Women PGA/LPGA Instructors Golf for Women magazine 2000-04 Secretary, National Golf Coaches Association 2002-03 Director, National Golf Coaches Assoc. Education Committee

2004 published Golf Fundamentals 2004 Coach, U.S. Team World University Games Thailand 2004-2006 President, National Golf Coaches Association 2006 Coach, U.S. Team World University Games Torino, Italy 2008 Received Gladys Palmer Meritorious Service Award

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ASSISTANT COACH

Abby

PEARSON First Year Ball State, ‘02 Former Future’s Tour Professional

Pearson begins first season as Nittany Lion assistant... Abby Pearson, a long-time professional golfer and coach, is entering her first season as an assistant coach for Denise St. Pierre and the Penn State women’s golf team. She was added to the staff in summer 2011. A Florence, S.C., native, Pearson comes to Penn State after serving as an assistant coach for Ball State (2000-03) and Western Michigan (2003-05), as well as playing golf professionally and at the collegiate level. “I am confident that Coach Pearson will bring much to our team and help each of our golfers in their pursuits both on and off the golf course,” said St. Pierre, who will enter her 20th season as head coach in 2011-12. “Coach Pearson was a top collegiate player at the University of Tennessee, as well a professional player for (eight) years. Her experiences and knowledge of what it takes to be a champion bring much value to our team.” Most recently, Pearson served as a golf consultant, helping to set up numerous charity golf events as well as serving as the tournament director for the Teva/Duramed Championship in the LPGA Futures Tour. Before that, from 2006-09, Pearson took on the duties of the marketing manager for Duramed Pharmaceuticals, sponsoring many golf events. From 1992-94, Pearson played collegiate golf at Tennessee, where she was a member of the team that helped launch the women’s golf program at the university. She became the program’s first-ever women’s golf All-American when she was named to the second-team in 1993. Also in that season, Pearson was named Co-SEC Freshman of the Year. As a professional golfer, Pearson joined the Future’s Tour in 1995 after just two years in college. In her professional career, she had three tournament victories. In 1997, she won the Gulf Telephone Future’s Classic and, in 1998, she won both the Pacific Bell Future’s Classic and the MedHealth Wellness Centers Future’s Classic. She also competed in the 2003 U.S. Women’s Open Championship and recorded 22 top-10 finishes during her eight-year professional career. 6

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In 2000, she returned to school and attended Ball State to earn her bachelor’s degree in communication studies. She stayed there until 2003, serving as an assistant coach to the Ball State program while finishing up her schooling. Following her stint at Ball State, Pearson was a member of the Western Michigan coaching staff from 2003-05, where she assisted with every aspect of the program. While still in high school, she recorded two South Carolina Girls’ State Amateur Championships (1990, 1992). In 2011, she became a TPI Certified Golf Instructor.


SEASON OUTLOOK As head coach Denise St. Pierre enters her 20th season at the helm, the Penn State women’s golf team will have large shoes to fill this coming season after losing four seniors, who tallied 301 rounds of experience between them. Giulia Carando led with 97 rounds played, with Brianna Malcolmson following close behind with 93. The team also loses former Big Ten Golfer of the Week Gia Fanelli, as well as Victoria Arena. The Nittany Lions do, however, return an abundance of experience on the roster. Though the team has no seniors, it returns four student-athletes who notched more than 20 rounds last season alone. Between the four of them, they bring 102 rounds of experience from last year. Of the four returners who played more than 20 rounds last season, each of them has finished in the top 10 of a tournament at least once in their careers. The team improved dramatically from the 2009-10 season, shaving nearly 10 strokes-per-round as a team off of last season’s average. In the 2009-10 season, the Nittany Lions carded an average of 317.7 strokes per round. Last season, the final number was 307.8. Junior Emily Ransone brings 57 rounds of experience back to the team, followed by classmate Hanule Seo, who has 49 rounds under her belt in two seasons. Ransone leads the field after posting a spectacular sophomore season, improving on a great freshman year. She finished sixth in school history on the season-round average list with a 76.2. Ransone tied her career-best round of 71 twice in the 201011 season. Her best finish came when she took second place at the Nittany Lion Invitational. This was tied for a team-best as Gia Fanelli matched that score once. She was one of three golfers to participate in all 29 rounds for the Nittany Lions and had four top-10 finishes on the season. Ellen Ceresko made an immediate impact for Penn State as a freshman. She followed Ransone with the second-best average on the team of players with more than 20 rounds played as she accumulated a 78.3 in 23 rounds played. She had the best finish on the team in two tournaments and earned a tie for fifth place at the Starmount Fall Classic where she shot a 147. This tied her for the 10th-best two-round score in school history.

Junior Emily Ransone returns this season after two successful seasons. Hanule Seo also returns for her junior campaign after having a second-straight successful season. She played all 29 rounds with Ransone and had an average of 78.5, third best on the team. Seo had the best finish on the team in one tournament and tied for 16th place at the Nittany Lion Invitational. She shaved nearly a stroke off of her freshman year’s average. Sophomore Christina Vosters also made an impact as a freshman. She participated in 21 rounds, one of six players to compete in more than 20. She made the most of them, finishing with the best score on the team twice in seven events. She recorded a 305 at the Big Ten Championships, good for a tie for the fourth-best four-round score in school history. Jamie Lavin and Courtney Kordes also return for their junior seasons with experience. They will be joined by incoming freshmen Elyse Archambault, Katlyn Elliott Catherine Herrera and Erin Michel. The four incoming freshmen bring a long list of high school accolades to contribute to a rising Penn State women’s golf program. The Nittany Lions also boast the addition of assistant coach Abby Pearson, a former professional golfer on the Future’s Tour, as well as an assistant coach for both Ball State and Western Michigan. Penn State will host two tournaments this season with the first being the Nittany Lion Invitational from Sept. 30-Oct. 2 at Penn State’s Blue Course. The program will also hold the 2012 NCAA East Regional Championships for the first time. The NCAA Regional Championships will be held from May 10-12.

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PLAYER PROFILES

Ellen

CERESKO Jefferson Township, Pa./ North Pocono So./So. Eligible

Lion Career 2010-11: Ceresko had a tremendous freshman campaign, accumulating the second-best average on the team of players who participated in more than 20 rounds with a 78.3...had best round of 73 at the Starmount Fall Classic...one of three players to finish in the top five in a tournament with tie for fifth place at the Starmount Fall Classic...had a final score of 147 at the Starmount Fall Classic, good for a tie for the 10th-best two-round score in school history...one of six players on the team to have notched 20 or more rounds. Ceresko, along with teammate Christina Vosters, was named to the 2010-2011 NGCA All-American Scholar Team for Division I...was one of 576 women’s collegiate golfers combined from Division I, II and III to earn the honor that requires a minimum GPA of 3.50. Junior/Amateur Career: Ceresko placed eighth in the PIAA State Girls’ Championship as a senior in high school...medaled in USGA Sectionals to make it to the USGA Girls’ Junior in 2007.

Ceresko’s Career Statistics Total Season Best Season Rounds Strokes Average Round 2010-11 23 1800 78.3 73 Career 23 1800 78.3 73

Best Career Rounds Year Score Tournament 2010 73 Starmount Fall Classic 2010 74 Starmount Fall Classic 2010 74 Nittany Lion Invitational 2011 74 Lady Puerto Rico Classic

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Top Career Finishes Year Place Tournament 2010 T5 Starmount Fall Classic 2010 T16 Nittany Lion Invitational 2011 T16 C&F Bank Invitational

Quoting Coach Denise St. Pierre “Ellen had a great start to her career as a Nittany Lion last year. Her work ethic alone is a great example to her teammates. She has battled some injuries over the past few months but continues to work hard and stay disciplined in her practice which will carry over to the course.”


PLAYER PROFILES

Courtney

KORDES Natrona Heights, Pa./ Highlands High School Jr./Jr. Eligible

Lion Career 2010-11: In her sophomore season, Kordes matched her freshman year, participating in six rounds of golf...shaved 30 strokes off of her previous year total in the same number of rounds with 496...had a career-best round of 81 four times, twice at the Cincinnati Classic and twice at the Nittany Lion Invitational...finished in a tie for 64th place at the Cincinnati Classic, a career-best. 2009-10: Kordes’ freshman campaign consisted of six rounds of golf... she participated in three rounds at the Nittany Lion Invitational and three rounds at the Lady Buckeye Invitational...best rounds came at the Nittany Lion Invitational where she twice shot an 83...recorded her best finish at the Nittany Lion Invitational at 78th. Junior/Amateur Career: Kordes finished fourth at the 2009 IJGTHershey, shooting 163 (rounds of 82 and 81). She also took 13th at the 2009 PIAA State Championships.

Kordes’ Career Statistics Total Season Best Season Rounds Strokes Average Round 2009-10 6 526 87.7 83 2010-11 6 496 82.7 81 Career 12 1022 85.2 81

Best Career Rounds Year Score Tournament 2010 81 Cincinnati Classic 2010 81 Cincinnati Classic 2010 81 Nittany Lion Invitational 2010 81 Nittany Lion Invitational

Top Career Finishes Year Place Tournament 2010 T64 Cincinnati Fall Classic 2009 78 Nittany Lion Invitational 2011 T79 Nittany Lion Invitational

Quoting Coach Denise St. Pierre “Courtney is coming off a summer of tournament experience that should help her improve and challenge her teammates.”

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PLAYER PROFILES

Jamie

LAVIN Deerfield, Ill./ Deerfield High School Jr./Jr. Eligible

Lion Career 2010-11: After 16 rounds her freshman year, Lavin saw a decrease in playing time as a sophomore, competing in three rounds…competed in the Nittany Lion Invitational, carding a career-best round of 73…finished in a tie for 41st place at the Nittany Lion Invitational. 2009-10: Lavin competed in six tournaments for the Nittany Lions in her freshman season…competed in 16 rounds, averaging 81.8 strokes-perround…had a best round of 74 at the Spider Invitational…finished the Spider Invitational in a tie for 21st place. Junior/Amateur Career: Lavin comes to Penn State from Deerfield, Illinois...was an Illinois State Runner-Up as a senior in 2008...placed fifth at the AJGA Summer tournament at Notre Dame this past summer and won a PGA National Qualifier as well...had three wins in junior tournaments... won th FCWT-Mission Hills tournament in December 2008, shooting 67 and 72...claimed the IHSAA Girls’ AA State Championship in October 2008, shooting two rounds of 73 for the crown... won the PGA Illinois Section Qualifier in June 2009, shooting rounds of 76 and 68.

Lavin’s Career Statistics Total Season Best Season Rounds Strokes Average Round 2009-10 16 1308 81.8 74 2010-11 3 232 77.3 73 Career 19 1540 81.1 73

Best Career Rounds Year Score Tournament 2010 73 Nittany Lion Invitational 2009 74 Spider Invitational 2010 76 Nittany Lion Invitational

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Top Career Finishes Year Place Tournament 2009 T21 Spider Invitational 2009 T23 Nittany Lion Invitational 2010 T41 Nittany Lion Invitational

Quoting Coach Denise St. Pierre “Due to an injury, Jamie was out of our lineup last season. It is great to have Jamie back as she provides good energy to her teammates and a readiness to compete.”


PLAYER PROFILES

Emily

RANSONE Hilliard, Ohio/ Bishop Waterson Jr./Jr. Eligible

Lion Career 2010-11: Ransone significantly improved in a stellar sophomore year… had a team-best average for the second straight season with a 76.2 through 29 rounds, giving her the sixth-best season average in school history…competed in a career-high 29 rounds…tied a career-best round of 71 twice, once at the Cougar Classic and once at the Nittany Lion Invitational…had four top-10 finishes last season…carded a 219 in the Nittany Lion Invitational, leaving her tied for the third best three-round score all-time at Penn State…took second place at the Nittany Lion Invitational…finished in a tie for fifth place at the Starmount Fall Classic, carding a 147 which is tied for 10th place on Penn State’s all-time list of best scores through two rounds… carded a 306 in the Big Ten Championship, good for a tie for the sixth-best 72-hole score in school history. 2009-10: Ransone emerged early as a freshman...she played in all 28 rounds...had a team-best 78.1 average...tied a team season-low round with a 71 at the Nittany Lion Invitational...also carded two rounds of 72, once at the Lady Puerto Rico and once at the Big Ten Championships...became the first Nittany Lion since Evelyn Paik in 2006 to win an individual title at the Nittany Lion Invitational with a three-round score of 218...her score of Ransone’s Career Statistics Total Season Best Season Rounds Strokes Average Round 2009-10 28 2188 78.1 71 2010-11 29 2209 76.2 71 Career 57 4397 77.1 71

Best Career Rounds Year Score Tournament 2010 71 Nittany Lion Invitational 2010 71 Cougar Classic 2009 71 Nittany Lion Invitational

218 in the Nittany Lion Invitational became the second-best 54-hole score in team history behind Sara Doell’s 215 in 1999...led the team with the best score in four of the 10 tournaments. Junior/Amateur Career: Ransone posted three top-10 finishes during the summer of 2009...shot rounds of 77 and 80 to finish seventh at the PGA Junior Series at Longaberger...followed that up with a solid 81-77-77 showing at the PGA Junior Series at Penn State to take ninth... also took ninth at the AJGA-Sap Junior Open with rounds of 83-73-78. Top Career Finishes Year Place Tournament 2009 1 Nittany Lion Invitational 2010 2 Nittany Lion Invitational 2010 T5 Starmount Fall Classic

Quoting Coach Denise St. Pierre “As our most experienced player in our lineup, we look to Emily to provide leadership on the road to help prepare the team for competition.”

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PLAYER PROFILES

Hanule “Sky”

SEO

St. Louis, Mo./ MICDS Jr./Jr. Eligible

Lion Career 2010-11: Seo increased her playing time to 29 rounds as a sophomore...cut her average almost one stroke per round...one of three players on the team to participate in all 29 rounds...best finish of the season came at the Nittany Lion Invitational where she tied for 16th place...had a season-best round of 74 four times...had the third-best average on the team of players who competed in more than 20 rounds with a 78.5 average...was Penn State’s Sportsmanship Award Honoree, recognized by the Big Ten, as an individual who has distinguished herself through sportsmanship and ethical behavior. 2009-10: Played in 20 rounds as a freshman…was second on the team with her 79.4 strokes-per-round average…tied a team season-best round of 71 at the Low Country Intercollegiate…also had her best finish of the season at the Low Country Intercollegiate with a seventh place…her 72-hole score of 308 at the Big Ten Championships is good for seventh in school history. Junior/Amateur Career: Seo took second at the 2009 Missouri Women’s Golf Association Junior Girls’ Championships with rounds of 72 and 75...took the 2008 Missouri State High School Class 1 State Championship with rounds of 68 and 76. Lavin’s Career Statistics Total Season Best Season Rounds Strokes Average Round 2009-10 20 1587 79.4 71 2010-11 29 2277 78.5 74 Career 49 3864 78.9 71

Best Career Rounds Year Score Tournament 2010 71 Low Country Intercollegiate 2009 73 Spider Invitational 2010-11 74 Four Times

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Top Career Finishes Year Place Tournament 2010 7 Low Country Intercollegiate 2009 T12 Spider Invitational 2010 T16 Nittany Lion Invitational

Quoting Coach Denise St. Pierre “Sky is coming off a great summer but may have to sit out the start of the season as she nurses some unfortunate injuries. We hope to have Sky back in the lineup as one of our top returning player who provides experience and consistency.”


PLAYER PROFILES

Christina

VOSTERS Bethany Beach, Del./ Worcester Prep. So./So. Eligible

Lion Career 2010-11: Vosters competed in 21 rounds this season, one of six golfers on the team to do so...had the fourth-best average on the team with players who participated in 20 or more rounds with a 78.9 average...recorded her career-best score of 73 at the Nittany Lion Invitational...had one top-10 finish as she tied for eighth place at the C&F Bank Intercollegiate...had the best finish on the team at the Big Ten Championships with a four-round score of 305 and a tie for 23rd place... the 305 tied for the fourth-best four-round score in Penn State history. Vosters, along with teammate Ellen Cerekso, was named to the 2010-2011 NGCA AllAmerican Scholar Team for Division I. She was one of 576 women’s collegiate golfers combined from Division I, II and III to earn the honor that requires a minimum GPA of 3.50. Junior/Amateur Career: The Bethany Beach, Del., native comes to Penn State with a long list of junior golf accolades...finished first in numerous tours, including wins in the PGA Junior Callaway Series and the International Junior Golf Tour...notched two career wins in the Pinehurst `Winternational’ Junior Series... recorded a combined 16 top-10 finishes in those tournaments, along with American Junior Golf Association events and Future Collegian World Tour Events... took home the first place crown at the 2009 Delaware Junior Girls’ Championship Vosters’ Career Statistics Total Season Best Season Rounds Strokes Average Round 2010-11 21 1656 78.9 73 Career 21 1656 78.9 73

Best Career Rounds Year Score Tournament 2010 73 Nittany Lion Invitational 2011 74 Big Ten Championships 2011 76 Five Times

and finished as the runner up in the 2009 Delaware Women’s Amateur, shooting a 69 in the final round, setting a new course record...represented Delaware at the 2009 USGA National Team Championship, finishing in 27th place out of a field of 118.

Top Career Finishes Year Place Tournament 2011 T8 C&F Bank Intercollegiate 2011 T19 Rio Verde Invitational 2011 T23 Big Ten Championships

Quoting Coach Denise St. Pierre “A two-time Delaware state champion, Christina loves to compete. She is one of our hardest workers both on and off the golf course, making an impact right away as a freshman. Christina is excited and ready to help lead the team into the 2011-12 season.”

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PLAYER PROFILES

Elyse

Katlyn

St.-Jean-sur-Rich, Que./ Marcellin-Champagnat

Peterborough, Ont./ Holy Cross Secondary School

Fr./Fr. Eligible

Fr./Fr. Eligible

ARCHAMBAULT

ELLIOTT

Junior/Amateur Career

Junior/Amateur Career

A native of St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., Archambault brings a long list of junior golf accolades...comes to Penn State as the No. 1 ranked golfer in Quebec and the No. 16 ranked golfer nationally...picked up three victories in the summer of 2010, coming at the East Coast Junior Championship, the Provincial Junior Championship and the Provincial Junior Match Play Championship.

Elliott, a native of Peterborough, Ont., was the district girls’ amateur champion...claimed a third place finish at the 2010 PGA Junior Series event at the Penn State Golf Course with a five-over-par 221...finished third in the 2010 Royale Cup Canadian Junior Girls Championship...a member of Team Ontario’s U19 development team.

Quoting Coach Denise St. Pierre “The number one player out of Quebec, Elyse will surely challenge some of the older players for a leading role on this up and coming team.”

Quoting Coach Denise St. Pierre “Katlyn is very focused and driven. She is the type of player that will make those around her better just by example.”

Catherine

Erin

Houston, Texas/ St. Agnes Academy

Mason, Ohio/ Mason

Fr./Fr. Eligible

Fr./Fr. Eligible

HERRERA

MICHEL

Junior/Amateur Career

Junior/Amateur Career

Herrera comes to the Nittany Lions as a walk-on...in high school, named to the 2009 Region I All Regional Team...named to the 2009 District III AllDistrict Team after becoming the District III indvidual champion.

Michel comes to the squad from Mason, Ohio, where she helped lead the Mason Comets to a high school state championship...Cincinnati Enquirer Division I first team all-area selection and a first-team all-district honoree... finished 10th in the state tournament in 2010

Quoting Coach Denise St. Pierre

Quoting Coach Denise St. Pierre

“As a walk-on with good junior golf experience, we are excited to see what Cat will bring to the team this year.”

“Erin is a strong player with much experience . She loves golf, and she loves being here at Penn State. If you love golf, you stay interested. If you are interested your practice is more meaningful.”

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2010-11 STATISTICS FALL 2010 Total

1st 2nd 3rd Tour. Fall Low Name Tours. Rds. Strokes rd avg. rd avg. rd avg. avg. avg. rd

Victoria Arena 1 Giulia Carando 5 Ellen Ceresko 3 Gia Fanelli 5 Courtney Kordes 2 Jamie Lavin 1 Brianna Malcolmson 3 Dineen Notman 1 Emily Ransone 5 Hanule Seo 5 Christina Vosters 3

2 14 8 14 6 3 8 1 14 14 9

159 1087 605 1069 496 232 634 91 1053 1072 719

79.0 - 80.0 159.0 79.5 79 77.8 76.8 78.5 217.4 77.6 73 74.0 76.3 77.0 201.7 75.6 73 76.8 75.6 76.8 213.8 76.4 71 81.0 86.0 81.0 248.0 82.7 81 83.0 73.0 76.0 232.0 77.3 73 78.0 77.3 84.0 211.3 79.3 74 91.0 - - 91.0 91.0 91 73.6 77.0 75.0 205.8 75.2 71 76.8 76.6 76.3 214.4 76.6 74 82.0 77.3 80.3 239.7 79.9 73

SPRING 2011 Total

1st 2nd 3rd Tour. Spring Low Name Tours. Rds. Strokes rd avg. rd avg. rd avg. avg. avg. rd Victoria Arena - Giulia Carando 3 Ellen Ceresko 5 Gia Fanelli 5 Courtney Kordes - Jamie Lavin - Brianna Malcolmson 1 Dineen Notman - Emily Ransone 5 Hanule Seo 5 Christina Vosters 4

- - 9 765 15 1195 15 1237 - - - - 3 242 - - 15 1156 15 1205 12 937

- - - - - 85.3 89.3 82.0 255.0 85.0 77 80.0 79.6 79.8 239.0 79.7 74 83.6 81.4 82.3 247.4 82.5 75 - - - - - - - - - - - - 80.0 84.0 78.0 242.0 80.7 78 - - - - - - 77.6 77.6 76.0 231.2 77.1 73 82.2 80.6 78.0 241.0 80.3 74 79.0 78.3 78.0 234.3 78.1 74

CUMULATIVE 2010-11

Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tour. Season Low Name Tours. Rds. Strokes rd avg. rd avg. rd avg. avg. avg. rd Victoria Arena 1 Giulia Carando 8 Ellen Ceresko 8 Gia Fanelli 10 Courtney Kordes 2 Jamie Lavin 1 Brianna Malcolmson 4 Dineen Notman 1 Emily Ransone 10 Hanule Seo 10 Christina Vosters 7

2 23 23 29 6 3 11 1 29 29 21

159 1852 1800 2306 496 232 876 91 2209 2277 1656

79.0 - 80.0 159.0 79.5 79 80.6 81.5 79.7 231.5 80.5 73 77.8 78.4 78.8 225.0 78.3 73 80.2 78.5 79.5 230.6 79.5 71 81.0 86.0 81.0 248.0 82.7 81 83.0 73.0 76.0 232.0 77.3 73 78.5 79.0 82.0 219.0 79.6 74 91.0 - - 91.0 91.0 91 75.6 77.3 75.5 220.9 76.2 71 79.5 78.6 77.1 227.7 78.5 71 80.3 77.9 79.2 236.6 78.9 73

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2010-11 TOURNAMENT RECAPS COUGAR CLASSIC

CINCINNATI FALL CLASSIC

After three rounds of the Cougar Classic hosted by the College of Charleston, the Penn State women’s golf team finished the tournament in a tie for 14th place. The team put together a score of 303 on the final day, for a 45-over-par 909 (297-309303) in the tournament in Hanahan, S.C. It was tied for the ninth-best 54-hole score in school history. Sophomores led the team on the final day of the Cougar Classic. Emily Ransone (Hilliard, Ohio) tied her career-best round of 71 in the final round of the tournament. The last time she posted a round of 71 was at the Nittany Lion Invitational in 2009. The score gave Ransone a 226 (77-78-71) and a tie for 45th place in the tournament. Hanule Seo (St. Louis, Mo.) also carded a 226 (74-78-74) for a 10-over par in the tournament. North Carolina was the tournament champion with a 4-under-par 860 at the Cougar Classic. Natalie Gleadall of the University of Mississippi was the individual champion with a 5-under-par 211 (75-69-67). Place Name Score T45 Emily Ransone 77-78-71-226 T45 Hanule Seo 74-78-74-226 T56 Giulia Carando 73-76-79-228 T66 Gia Fanelli 73-77-80=230 T99 Christina Vosters 82-80-79-241 T14 PENN STATE 297-309-303-909

The Penn State women’s golf team finished the Cincinnati Classic, hosted by the University of Cincinnati, in fourth place overall. The Nittany Lions carded a 51-overpar 915 (305-306-304) in the tournament. The 915 is tied for the 14th-best 54-hole score in school history. Senior Gia Fanelli (West Palm Beach, Fla.) carded a 72. This tied Fanelli’s careerbest round, last recording a round of 72 at the Bucknell Invitational in 2008. She finished fourth overall with a score of 223 (76-75-72) for a 7-over-par. This ties her for the 15th best 54-hole score in team history. Sophomore Emily Ransone (Hilliard, Ohio) followed Fanelli, carding a threeround score of 231 (74-78-79), good for a +15 in the tournament and a tie for 17th place. Florida International took the team title, carding an 889 (307-295-287) in the tournament for a +25. Cincinnati’s Bambee Dela Paz won the tournament individual, putting together scores of 75-71-71 (217) for a 1-over-par. Place Name Score 4 Gia Fanelli 76-75-72-223 T17 Emily Ransone 74-78-79-231 T33 Brianna Malcolmson 77-74-85-236 T33 Hanule Seo 78-81-77-236 T37 Giulia Carando 82-79-76-237 T64 Courtney Kordes 81-87-81-249 4 PENN STATE 305-306-304-915

STARMOUNT FALL CLASSIC

NITTANY LION INVITATIONAL

After a round was rained out on the first day, the Penn State women’s golf team completed the second round of the UNCG Fall Classic in fifth place. Because of the rain, the tournament was turned into a two-round event instead of three. The Nittany Lions posted a total score of a 28-over-par 604 (308-296). This score is the sixth-best 36-hole total in school history, and the second round of 296 is tied for fifth place on the school’s best single rounds list. Freshman Ellen Ceresko (Jefferson Township, Pa.) competed as an individual and finished with the best score on the team. She carded a 2-over-par 147 (73-74) and finished in a tie for fifth place. The score of 147 is tied for the 10th best two-round score in school history. Sophomore Emily Ransone (Hilliard, Ohio) matched Ceresko’s round with a 147 (72-75) of her own. East Carolina University posted a 19-over-par 595 (310-285) to take the team title in the tournament. North Carolina State also tallied a 595 as a team, but the fifthcard tiebreaker gave the title to East Carolina. Alex Buelow of Stetson University and Brittany Marchand of North Carolina State were co-champions in the tournament, each carding a 3-under-par 141. Place Name Score T5 Ellen Ceresko 73-74-147 T5 Emily Ransone 72-75-147 19 Hanule Seo 77-74-151 T26 Gia Fanelli 82-71-153 T29 Giulia Carando 78-76-154 T61 Brianna Malcolmson 81-80-161 5 PENN STATE 308-296-604

The Penn State women’s golf team, the host of the Nittany Lion Invitational, took home the tournament title after posting a 301 in the third round. The Nittany Lions carded a 901 (295-305-301) in the tournament for a 37-over par. The score of 901 is tied for the fourth-best 54-hole team score in school history, with the last 901 coming at the 2003 Nittany Lion Invitational. It was Penn State’s first tournament win since the Bucknell Invitational in 2008 and its first Nittany Lion Invitational title since 2006. Sophomore Emily Ransone (Hilliard, Ohio) improved in her third round, as she notched a 71 and finished the tournament with a 3-over-par 219 (72-76-71). She finished in second place, with her score of 219 leaving her tied for third place on the school’s best 54-hole scores list. Her 71 in the third round ties her career-best round. Sophomore Hanule Seo (St. Louis, Mo.) came in behind Ransone, recording a 229 (79-74-76) for a +13. Seo tied for 16th place overall. Freshman Ellen Ceresko (Jefferson Township, Pa.) matched Seo’s 229 (74-77-78) with one of her own. All of the Nittany Lions played in at least one round of the tournament. Western Michigan came in second place with a score of 910. Fabia Rothenfluh of Rollins won the tournament as she posted a 218 (73-73-72) for a +2. Place Name Score 2 Emily Ransone 72-76-71-219 T16 Ellen Ceresko 74-77-78-229 T16 Hanule Seo 79-74-76-229 T21 Giulia Carando 73-78-79-230 T35 Gia Fanelli 76-82-76-234 1 PENN STATE 295-305-301-901

September 12-14 ~ Hanahan, S.C.

September 26-28 ~ Charleston, S.C.

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September 20-21 ~ Batavia, Ohio

October 2-3 ~ State College, Pa.


2010-11 TOURNAMENT RECAPS LADY NORTHERN

October 11-12 ~ Glencoe, Ill. In its last tournament of the fall season, the Penn State women’s golf team finished the Lady Northern in 10th place out of 12 teams participating. In the tournament, hosted by Northwestern in Glencoe, Ill., the Nittany Lions posted a three-round score of 915 (301-302-312) for a 51-over-par. Freshman Ellen Ceresko (Jefferson Township, Pa.) and senior Gia Fanelli (West Palm Beach, Fla.) finished the Lady Northern with a team-best 229 (+13) and a tie for 37th place. Ceresko carded rounds of 75-78-76, while Fanelli posted scores of 77-73-79. Sophomore Hanule Seo (St. Louis, Mo.) finished just behind Ceresko and Fanelli with a score of 230 (76-76-78), leaving her tied in 42nd place at the end of the three rounds. Purdue stayed on top through the third round, posting a team score of 858 (-6) to win the Lady Northern. The Boilermakers finished 17 strokes ahead of the second place finisher, and host, Northwestern. Lauren Weaver of Northwestern won the individual title with a score of 208 (-8). Place Name Score T37 Ellen Ceresko 75-78-76-229 T37 Gia Fanelli 77-73-79-229 T42 Hanule Seo 76-76-78-230 T59 Giulia Carando 83-75-80-238 10 PENN STATE 301-302-312-915

RIO VERDE INVITATIONAL March 4-6 ~ Rio Verde, Ariz.

After carding a third-round score of 311, the Penn State women’s golf team finished the Rio Verde Invitational in fifth place out of 17 teams competing. The team posted a 61-over-par 925 (306-308-311) at the tournament hosted by Western Michigan. Sophomore Emily Ransone (Hilliard, Ohio) matched her second-round total, carding a 76 in the third round. She finished the tournament in eighth place with a 9-over-par 225 (73-76-76). This marked her third top-10 finish of the season. Freshman Christina Vosters (Bethany Beach, Del.) had the best finish of her career, ending the tournament with a score of 231 (76-76-79) and a tie for 19th place. Sophomore Hanule Seo (St. Louis, Mo.) had the best day for the Nittany Lions, carding a third round of 74 and finishing the tournament with a 235 (+19). This tied her season low round and helped her jump 22 spots from the previous day to finish in a tie for 30th place. Freshman Ellen Ceresko (Jefferson Township, Pa.) and senior Gia Fanelli (West Palm Beach, Fla.) finished with matching totals of 241. They ended the tournament in a tie for 57th place. Eastern Michigan held on and captured the team title with a 46-over-par 910 (294-306-310). Missouri State’s Catherine Dolan won the individual title with a three-round score of 218 (+2). She carded a 71 on the final day.. Place Name Score 8 Emily Ransone 73-73-76-225 T19 Christina Vosters 76-76-79-231 T30 Hanule Seo 84-77-74-235 T57 Ellen Ceresko 79-79-83-241 T57 Gia Fanelli 78-81-82-241 5 PENN STATE 306-308-311-925

LADY PUERTO RICO CLASSIC February 13-15 ~ Rio Grande, P.R.

The women’s golf team had a strong finish at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic hosted by Purdue, posting a 300 on the final day. This left them with a three-round score of 938 (317-321-300) and a 16th-place finish. The Nittany Lions were tied for the sixth-best third round among all teams. They were the most improved team as well, shaving 21 strokes from their second-round score in Rio Grande, P.R. Sophomore Hanule Seo (St. Louis, Mo.) made a jump on the final day, shooting a 74 and tying a season-best round. This left her with a 15-over-par 231 (77-80-74) and a tie for 38th place. Sophomore Emily Ransone (Hilliard, Ohio) followed two strokes behind Seo, finishing the tournament with a score of 233 (77-79-77) for a 17-over-par. She finished in a tie for 43rd place. The University of Alabama, ranked No. 1, won the tournament with an 11-overpar 875 (286-298-291). Alabama’s Stephanie Meadow won the individual title, carding a 4-under-par 212 (73-70-69). Place Name Score T38 Hanule Seo 77-80-74-231 T43 Emily Ransone 77-79-77-233 T75 Ellen Ceresko 84-81-74-239 T84 Gia Fanelli 85-81-75-241 T97 Giulia Carando 79-93-82-254 16 PENN STATE 317-321-300-938

C&F BANK INTERCOLLEGIATE March 19-20 ~ Williamsburg, Va.

The Nittany Lion women’s golf team gained four spots on the final day, finishing the C&F Bank Invitational in Williamsburg, Va., in a tie for fifth place. Penn State posted a second round score of 312, shaving 10 strokes from the first round total and finishing with a 634 (+58). The tournament was hosted by William and Mary. Freshman Christina Vosters (Bethany Beach, Del.) finished strong and continued to lead the team. She carded a score of 76 in the second round for a total of an 11-over-par 155 in the tournament. This was good for a tie for eighth place, the first top 10 finish of her young career and the sixth for Penn State this season. Freshman Ellen Ceresko (Jefferson Township, Pa.) also improved on the second day by two strokes, finishing the tournament with a 158 (80-78). She finished tied for 16th place. Yale held on to the lead, earning the team title with a final score of 606 (296-310). Yale’s Seo Hee Moon stayed on top for the individual title with a 2-under-par 142. Place Name Score T8 Christina Vosters 79-76-155 T16 Ellen Ceresko 80-78-158 T29 Gia Fanelli 82-79-161 T29 Emily Ransone 81-80-161 T29 Hanule Seo 82-79-161 T5 PENN STATE 322-312-634

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2010-11 TOURNAMENT RECAPS LADY BUCKEYE INVITATIONAL April 16-17 ~ Columbus, Ohio

The Penn State women’s golf team jumped one spot on the final day of play at the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational to finish in eighth place out of 12 teams competing. The Nittany Lions carded a 315 on the final day to give them a 90-over-par 954 (317-322-315) for the tournament in Columbus, Ohio. Sophomore Emily Ransone (Hilliard, Ohio) continued to lead the team, posting her second round of 78 this tournament to finish with a 15-over-par 231. This gave her sixth place overall and her fourth top-10 finish of the season. Freshman Ellen Ceresko (Jefferson Township, Pa.) was the second of two Nittany Lions to finish in the top 20, as she tied for 17th place. Her final score for the tournament was a 238 (77-81-80). Senior Brianna Malcolmson (Murwillumbah, Australia) jumped 15 spots on the final day with 78 in the third round to leave her in a tie for 32nd place. She carded a 242 (80-84-78). Freshman Christina Vosters (Bethany Beach, Del.) also improved significantly, moving up 16 spots for a tie for 42nd place with a 246 (82-85-79). Senior Gia Fanelli (West Palm Beach, Fla.) and sophomore Hanule Seo (St. Louis, Mo.) rounded out the field for the Nittany Lions with scores of 251 and 259, respectively. Michigan State held on to take the team title with a score of 918 (+54). The Spartans’ Caroline Powers also kept control of the individual lead, winning the tournament with a 10-over-par 226. Place Name Score 6 Emily Ransone 78-75-78-231 T17 Ellen Ceresko 77-81-80-238 T32 Brianna Malcolmson 80-84-78-242 T42 Christina Vosters 82-85-79-246 T58 Gia Fanelli 84-82-85-251 T67 Hanule Seo 85-86-88-259 8 PENN STATE 317-322-315-954

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BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS April 22-24 ~ Glencoe, Ill.

The Penn State women’s golf team finished the Big Ten Championships in 10th place after posting its best round of the tournament with a 305 in the fourth and final round at the Lake Shore Country Club. The Nittany Lions carded a 95-overpar 1,247 (321-314-307-305) through the 72 holes at the tournament hosted by Northwestern in Glencoe, Ill. Leading the Nittany Lions was freshman Christina Vosters (Bethany Beach, Del.) who had her best round of the tournament, firing a 74 in the final round. This is one stroke shy of her career-best round. She finished with a 17-over-par 305 (79-76-7674) and a tie for 23rd place in the Big Ten. Sophomore Emily Ransone (Hilliard, Ohio) finished one stroke behind Vosters with a 306 (79-78-73-76), giving her 25th place for the tournament. Freshman Ellen Ceresko (Jefferson Township, Pa.) carded her best round of the tournament with a 78 in the fourth round. She finished the tournament with a 319. Sophomore Hanule Seo matched Ceresko’s 319. They both finished in a tie for 54th place. Senior Giulia Carando (Torino, Italy) shot a 77 in the final around, a tournament best for her. She finished with a score of 340. Senior Gia Fanelli (West Palm Beach, Fla.) rounded out the Penn State field with a score of 343 for the tournament. No. 18 Michigan State claimed its first Big Ten title since 2007 with a 28-overpar 1,180 (306-290-295-289). They edged the Purdue Boilermakers, who were the defending Big Ten champions and ranked No. 4 nationally, by five strokes. Purdue’s Numa Gulyanamitta won the individual Big Ten title, carding her third straight round of 71 today. This left her with a 1-under-par 287 in the tournament. She topped Northwestern’s Lauren Weaver by three strokes. Place Name Score T23 Christina Vosters 79-76-76-74-305 25 Emily Ransone 79-78-73-76-306 T54 Ellen Ceresko 80-79-82-78-319 T54 Hanule Seo 83-81-76-79-319 63 Giulia Carando 91-90-82-77-340 T64 Gia Fanelli 89-84-87-83-343 10 PENN STATE 321-314-307-305-1247


NITTANY LION INVITATIONAL Penn State’s Nittany Lion Invitational has been played 35 times since the tournament’s inception in 1974. Penn State has won the title 19 times. Only 12 other schools have claimed the team title. Penn State’s last title came in 2010 as the Nittany Lions ended a four-year drought. Three of the last six individual medalists have also come from the Nittany Lions. Maggie Lester won the individual title in 2005 while Evelyn Paik won the individual title in 2006. Emily Ransone became the most recent winner, claiming the title in 2009.

PENN STATE’S NLI MEDALISTS 1974 Julie Smith 1975 Renie Kelleher 1982 Ellen Black 1986 Kirsten Stone 1991 Cathy Gitzendanner 1994 Heather Preston 1995 Laura Hammond 2000 Jamie McClain 2002 Katie Futcher 2005 Maggie Lester 2006 Evelyn Paik 2009 Emily Ransone 2010 Fabia Rothenfluh

PENN STATE’S NLI MEDALISTS Year 1974 Fall 1975 Spring 1975 Fall 1976 Spring 1977 Spring 1978 Spring 1979 Spring 1982 1985 Spring 1985 Fall 1986 Spring 1986 Fall 1988 Fall 1989 Fall 1991 Spring 1992 Fall 1993 Spring 1994 Spring 1995 Spring 1995 Fall 1996 Fall 1997 Spring 1999 Spring 1999 Fall 2000 Fall 2001 Fall 2002 Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009 Fall 2010 Fall

Team Champion Score Medalist Score Penn State 726 Julie Smith, Penn State 173 Penn State 712 Renie Kelleher, Penn State 171 Penn State 730 Goan Garety, Michigan State 165 Penn State 697 Debbie McCullock, Mass. 162 Penn State 685 Jan Van Munching, Mt. Holyoke 160 Penn State 645 Anne Marie Locke, Mt. Holyoke 157 Ohio State 599 Rose Jones, Ohio State 225 Penn State 929 Ellen Black, Penn State 228 Ohio State 918 Cheryl Stacey, Ohio State 225 Longwood 950 Jennifer Crepts, James Madison 229 Bowling Green 640 Laura Broadbent, Bowling Green 156 Longwood 608 Kristen Stone, Penn State 144 South Carolina 945 Tiffany Maurycy, William & Mary 230 Penn State 939 Sara Evans, Minnesota 217 Penn State 936 Cathy Gitzendanner, Penn State 221 Methodist College 643 Nickie Crist, James Madison 156 Methodist College 644 Calay Jones, James Madison 156 Penn State 630 Heather Preston, Penn State 152 Penn State 647 Nickie Crist, James Madison* 158 Penn State 940 Laura Hammond, Penn State 232 Nebraska 605 Rachelle Tacha, Nebraska 147 Penn State 631 Kathryn Yard, James Madison 151 Penn State 941 Summer Phinney, UNC-Greensboro 225 Oregon 885 Pam Sowden, Oregon 210 Penn State 914 Jamie McClain, Penn State 221 Penn State 914 Jessica Lewis, James Madison* 221 Penn State 909 Katie Futcher, Penn State 211 James Madison 900 Carol Green, James Madison 212 UC- Irvine 897 Selanee’ Henderson, UC- Irvine 220 UC- Irvine 600 Maggie Lester, Penn State 144 Penn State 927 Evelyn Paik, Penn State 224 Princeton 910 Lauren Bavaird, Western Michigan 223 William & Mary 909 Callie Kemmer, Yale 220 Rollins College 909 Emily Ransone, Penn State 218 Penn State 901 Fabia Rothenfluh, Rollins College 218

* Won playoff hole. The tournament name was changed to the Nittany Lion Invitational in 1999: previously it was called the Lady Lion Invitational.

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HONORS AND AWARDS TEAM AWARDS Mary Kennedy Zierke Award The Mary Kennedy-Zierke Award is given to the student-athlete who provides outstanding leadership and dedication as a varsity golfer. (Mary Kennedy-Zierke was head coach of the Nittany Lions from 1981-1991) 1992 Cathy Gitzendanner 1993 Kirsten Clark 1994 Colleen Scally 1995 Kristen Lindgren 1996 Tina Pentz 1997 Emily Marron 1998 Laura Hammond 1999 Darcy Issac 2000 Sara Doell 2001 Jame McClain 2002 Katie Futcher 2003 Katie Futcher 2004 Amber Weinerth 2005 Lauren Lundy 2006 Lauren Lundy 2007 Christin Pacacha 2008 Christin Pacacha 2009 Brianna Malcolmson 2010 Giulia Carando 2011 Giulia Carando

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2010 2011

Katrina Wolfe Lauren Lundy Katrina Wolfe Christin Pacacha Katherine Murphy Emily Ransone Gia Fanelli

ALL-AMERICANS 1998 1999 2002 2003

Laura Hammond Laura Hammond Katie Futcher Katie Futcher

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

Pam Nicholson Award

COACH OF THE YEAR

(Most Improved Player) (Pam Nicholson played for Penn State from 1988-1991. She passed away due to an accident in May 1998.) 1999 Jamie McClain 2000 Meagan Martin Traci Richardson 2001 Kelly Kephart 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2010 2011

Keri Dugan Katie Futcher Lauren Lundy Courtney Gagnon Maggie Lester Megan Padua Christin Pacacha Gia Fanelli Given to the entire Team

Katie Futcher Academic Achievement Award (Began in 1999, renamed in 2011) 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 20

Laura Hammond Sara Doell Jame McClain Katie Futcher Meghan Mull PENN STATE 2011–12 • WOMEN’S GOLF

Holly Turton Holly Turton Holly Turton Meghan Mull Keri Dugan Katie Futcher Meghan Mull Keri Dugan Katie Futcher Meghan Mull Amber Weinerth Katrina Wolfe

1991

Denise St. Pierre Mid-Atlantic/East Region

ALL BIG TEN CONFERENCE 1994 1996 1999 2002 2003 2006

Sherri McDonald Laura Hammond Laura Hammond Katie Futcher Katie Futcher Maggie Lester

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94

Melissa Curry, Kristen Lindgren, Lynne Percival, Martha Wells Melissa Curry, Lynne Percival, Heather Preston, Colleen Scally, Martha Wells Melissa Curry, Jill Finlan, Jill Hunady, Kristen Lindgren, Claudia Moreno, Tina Pentz, Heather Preston

1994-95 Deborah Danser,Jill Finlan, April Hardisty ,Kristen Lindgren, Claudia Moreno, Tina Pentz 1995-96 Deborah Danser, Jill Finlan, Laura Hammon, April Hardisty, Claudia Moreno,Tina Pentz, Erin Suvak, Holly Turton 1996-97 Deborah Danser, April Hardisty, Nicole Ruddy, Erin Suvak, Holly Turton 1997-98 Laura Hammond, April Hardisty, Emily Marron, Jamie McClain, Traci Richardson, Nicole Ruddy, Erin Suvak, Holly Turton 1998-99 Laura Hammond, Kelly Kephart, Jamie McClain,Traci Richardson 1999-00 Kelly Kephart, Andrea Lavelle, Jamie McClain, Meghan Mull, Traci Richardson 2000-01 Keri Dugan, Katie Futcher, Kelly Kephart, Andrea Lavelle, Jamie McClain, Meghan Mull 2001-02 Keri Dugan, Katie Futcher, Meghan Mull 2002-03 Keri Dugan, Katie Futcher, Nicole Love, Meghan Mull 2003-04 Courtney Gagnon, Betsy Houseman, Nicole Love, Katrina Wolfe 2004-05 Courtney Gagnon, Betsy Houseman, Tina Kocinski, Nicole Love, Lauren Lundy, Evelyn Paik, Anne Taylor, Katrina Wolfe 2005-06 Courtney Gagnon, Betsy Houseman, Tina Kocinski, Nicole Love, Lauren Lundy, Christin Pacacha, Megan Padua, Evelyn Paik, Katrina Wolfe 2006-07 Sara Lester, Christin Pacacha Megan Padua, Evelyn Paik 2007-08 Katherine Murphy, Christin Pacacha, Megan Padua 2008-09 Victoria Arena, Giulia Carando, Gia Fanelli, Kellie Gustas, Brianna Malcolmson, Katherine Murphy 2009-10 Victoria Arena, Gia Fanelli, Brianna Malcolmson, Katherine Murphy, Dineen Notman 2010-11 Victoria Arena, Gia Fanelli, Courtney Kordes, Jamie Lavin, Brianna Malcolmson, Dineen Notman, Emily Ransone


ALL-TIME TITLES TEAM AWARDS

INDIVIDUAL TITLISTS

1970-71 1971-72 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1982-83 1983-84 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2005-06

EAIAW Championships EAIAW Championships EAIAW Championships Lady Lion Invitational EAIAW Championships Lady Lion Invitational (fall) Lady Lion Invitational (spring) Lady Lion Invitational (spring) Marshall Invitational EAIAW Championships Lady Lion Invitational (spring) Lady Lion Invitational (spring) Longwood Invitational Marshall Invitational Mount Holyoke Invitational Rutgers Invitational EAIAW Championships Rutgers Invitational Lady Lion Invitational Yale Invitational Lady Lion Invitational Michigan State Invitational EAIAW Championships Lady Lion Invitational (spring) William & Mary Invitational Azalia/Seahawk Invitational Lady Lion Invitational (fall) William & Mary Invitational Yale Invitational Lady Lion Invitational Michigan Lady Northern San Francisco Invitational Lady Lion Invitational James Madison Fall Classic James Madison Invitational Lady Lion Invitational (spring) James Madison Invitational ECAC Championships Nittany Lion Invitational (spring) ECAC Championships Nittany Lion Invitational (fall) Nittany Lion Invitational (fall) Nittany Lion Invitational (fall) Yale Invitational Peggy Kirk Invitational Bonnie Hoover Invitational

2006-07 2008-09 2010-11

Nittany Lion Invitational Bucknell Invitational Nittany Lion Invitational

1971 1974 1975 1977 1978 1979 1985 1986 1991 1991 1991 1993 1994 1995 1995 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2005 2006 2009

Andrea Dutcher EAIAW Championships Julie Smith Lady Lion Invitational Renie Kelleher Lady Lion Invitational Renie Kelleher EAIAW Championships Renie Kelleher EAIAW Championships Renie Kelleher Rutgers Invitational Ellen Black Lady Lion Invitational Kirsten Stone Lady Lion Invitational Kristin Clark Lady Lion Invitational Cathy Gitzendanner Lady Lion Invitational Meg Young William & Mark Invitational Sherri McDonald Yale Invitational Heather Preston Lady Lion Invitational Laura Hammond Lady Lion Invitational Emily Marron ECAC Championships Holly Turton Univ. of San Francisco Invite. Emily Marron ECAC Championships Holly Turton James Madison Invitational Laura Hammond Mid-West Classic Laura Hammond Snowbird Intercollegiate Jamie McClain Nittany Lion Invitational Katie Futcher (tie) Nittany Lion Invitational Katie Futcher Lady Northern Invitational Katie Futcher Nittany Lion Invitational Katie Futcher Yale Invitational Katie Futcher Lady Seahawk Invitational Maggie Lester Nittany Lion Invitational Evelyn Paik Nittany Lion Invitational Emily Ransone Nittany Lion Invitational

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BEST ROUNDS 18 HOLES 67 Katie Futcher Yale Invitational, 9/21/02 67 Katie Futcher Nittany Lion Invite., 9/02 68 Brianna Malcolmson Canes and Cardinal, 4/7/09 68 Katie Futcher Nittany Lion Invite., 9/30/01 69 Amber Weinerth Mercedes-Benz Champ., 10/23/05 69 Katie Futcher Lady Northern Invite., 9/22/01 69 Sara Doell Nittany Lion Invite., 10/1/99 69 Laura Hammond NCAA East Reg., 5/6/99 69 Laura Hammond Lady Northern Invite., 8/31/96 70 Brianna Malcolmson Bucknell Invite., 9/7/08 70 Maggie Lester Nittany Lion Invite, 10/16/05 70 Sara Lester Lady Northern Invite., 9/24/05 70 Amber Weinerth Nittany Lion Invite., 10/3/04 70 Katie Futcher Waterlefe Invite., 3/17/03 70 Cynthia Skilton Peggy Kirk Invite., 3/10/03 70 Jamie McClain Nittany Lion Invite., 10/14/00 71 Emily Ransone Nittany Lion Invite., 10/3/11 71 Gia Fanelli Starmount Fall Classic, 9/28/10 71 Emily Ransone Cougar Classic, 9/14/10 71 Hanule Seo Low Country Intercll., 3/13/10 71 Emily Ransone Nittany Lion Invite., 10/3/09 71 Katrina Wolfe Lady Buckeye Invite., 4/22/06 71 Amber Weinerth Lady Northern Invite., 9/24/05

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71 Maggie Lester Lady Duke Invite., 4/10/05 71 Emily Pavesich Lady Duke Invite., 4/10/05 71 Amber Weinerth Lady Duke Invite., 4/10/05 71 Lauren Lundy Nittany Lion Invite., 10/2/04 71 Evelyn Paik Nittany Lion Invite., 10/2/04 71 Amber Weinerth Bonnie Hoover Invite., 4/10/04 71 Katrina Wolfe Mercedes-Benz, 10/19/03 71 Maggie Lester Nittany Lion Invite., 10/11/03 71 Keri Dugan Yale Invite., 9/21/02 71 Cynthia Skilton Spartan Invite., 3/7/01 71 Katie Futcher Pine Needles Invite., 11/8/00 71 Laura Hammond Bryan Cup, 3/27/99 71 Laura Hammond Snowbird Intercll.., 3/11/99 71 Laura Hammond ECAC Championships, 10/18/97 71 Darcy Issac Lady Tar Heel Invite., 10/3/97 71 Sara Doell Lady Northern Invite., 9/19/97 71 Laura Hammond ECAC Championships, 10/21/94 72 Emily Ransone Nittany Lion Invite., 10/2/10 72 Emily Ransone Starmount Fall Classic, 9/26/10 72 Gia Fanelli Cincinnati Classic, 9/21/10 72 Emily Ransone Lady Puerto Rico, 2/9/10 72 Gia Fanelli Bucknell Invite., 9/7/08 72 Evelyn Paik Lady Northern Invite., 9/16/06 72 Amber Weinerth Big Ten Championships, 4/28/06 72 Sara Lester Lady Buckeye Invite., 4/22/06 72 Maggie Lester Northwestern Invite., 4/3/06

72 Lauren Lundy Landfall Tradition, 10/30/04 72 Amber Weinerth Mercedes-Benz, 10/9/04 72 Katrina Wolfe Nittany Lion Invite., 10/2/04 72 Katrina Wolfe Bonnie Hoover Invite., 4/9/04 72 Cynthia Skilton Pine Needles Invite., 11/7/00 72 Katie Futcher Big Ten Championships, 4/30/00 72 Katie Futcher Big Ten Championships, 4/28/00 72 Sara Doell Nittany Lion Invite., 10/2/99 72 Jennifer Elsea Nittany Lion Invite., 10/2/99 72 Lisa Francisco Nittany Lion Invite., 10/3/99 72 Laura Hammond Lady Tar Heel Invite., 10/3/98 72 Holly Turton Big Ten Championships, 5/1/98 72 Laura Hammond Big ten Championships, 5/1/98 72 Sara Doell Mid-West Classic, 2/21/97 72 Darcy Issac Lady Northern Invite., 9/19/97 72 Cathy Gitzendanne Lady Tar Heel Invite., 9/16/88 72 Jane Abood Lady Boilermaker, 4/17/88

36 HOLES 137 144 144 145 145

Katie Futcher Yale Invitational, 9/21/02 Maggie Lester Nittany Lion Invite., 10/15-16/05 Kristen Stone Lady Lion Invite., 4/26/86 Emily Ransone Nittany Lion Invite., 10/3/09 Maggie Lester Northwestern Invite., 4/3/06


BEST ROUNDS 145 Amber Weinerth Lady Northern Invite., 9/24/05 145 Jane Abood Lady Boilermaker Invite., 4/17/83 146 Maggie Lester Mercedes-Benz Champ., 10/22/05 146 Laura Hammond Snowbird Intercll.., 3/12/99 147 Ellen Ceresko Starmount Fall Classic, 9/28/10 147 Emily Ransone Starmount Fall Classic, 9/28/10 147 Amber Weinerth Landfall Tradition, 10/28-29/05 147 Sara Lester Lady Northern Invite., 9/24/05 147 Laura Hammond Mid-West Classic, 2/20/98 148 Emily Ransone Nittany Lion Invite., 10/2/10 148 Katrina Wolfe Lady Buckeye Invite., 4/22/06 149 Brianna Malcolmson Bucknell Invite., 9/7/08 149 Maggie Lester Oregon State Invite., 9/13/05 149 Heather Preston Cougar Invite., 10/29/04 150 Emily Ransone Big Ten Championships, 4/23/10 150 Brianna Malcolmson First Market Bank Inter collegiate, 3/22/09 150 Maggie Lester Big Ten Championships, 4/28/06 150 Amber Weinerth Lady Buckeye Invite., 4/22/06 150 Amber Weinerth Bonnie Hoover Invite., 4/8/06 150 Keri Dugan Yale Invite., 9/21/02 150 Laura Hammond Peggy Kirk Bell Invite., 3/9/98 150 Evelyn Paik Lady Northern Invite., 9/24/05 150 Holly Turton James Madison Classic, 10/7/95 150 Laura Hammond James Madison Classic, 10/7/95 150 Kristen Lindren James Madison Invite., 10/8/94

54 HOLES 215

Sara Doell Nittany Lion Invite., 10/3/99

218 Emily Ransone Nittany Lion Invite., 10/4/09 219 Emily Ransone Nittany Lion Invite., 10/3/10 219 Amber Weinerth Lady Northern Invite., 9/24 25/05 219 Laura Hammond Lady Northern Invite., 9/19/97 220 Maggie Lester Northwestern Invite., 4/3-4/06 220 Katie Futcher Nittany Lion Invite., 10/5/02 221 Cynthia Skilton Spartan Invitational, 3/7/01 221 Katie Futcher Pine Needles Invite., 11/8/00 221 Jamie McClain Nittany Lion Invite., 10/15/00 221 Laura Hammond Lady Kat Invite., 10/10/97 221 Laura Hammond Lady Tar Heel Invite., 10/3/97 221 Laura Hammond BYU Invitational, 9/18/95 221 Cathy Gitzendanner Lady Lion Invite., 4/27/91 223 GIa Fanelli Cincinnati Fall Classic, 9/21/10 223 Brianna Malcolmson Canes and Cardinal, 4/7/09 223 Maggie Lester Mercedes-Benz Champ., 10/21 23/05 223 Sara Lester Lady Northern Invite., 9/24 25/05 223 Amber Weinerth Mercedes-Benz, 10/10/04 223 Andrea Lavelle Nittany Lion Invite., 10/3/99 224 Amber Weinerth Lady Buckeye Invite., 4/22 23/06 224 Amber Weinerth Mercedes-Benz Champ., 10/21 23/05 224 Maggie Lester Oregon State Invite., 9/13 14/05 224 Amber Weinerth Nittany Lion Invite., 10/3/04 224 Amber Weinerth Bonnie Hoover Invite., 4/11/04 224 Katrina Wolfe Bonnie Hoover Invite., 4/11/04

224 224 224 224 224

Katie Futcher Mercedes-Benz, 10/18/02 Cynthia Skilton Pine Needles Invite., 11/8/00 Laura Hammond NCAA East Regional, 5/8/99 Laura Hammond Bryan Cup, 3/28/99 Meg Young Spartan Invitational, 9/21/91

72 HOLES 291 302 304 305 305 306 306 307 308 308 310

Katie Futcher Yale Invitational, 9/21/02 Maggie Lester Big Ten Championships, 4/30/06 Sara Doell Big Ten Championships, 4/30/00 Christina Vosters Big Ten Championships, 4/24/11 Amber Weinerth Big Ten Championships, 4/25/04 Emily Ransone Big Ten Championships, 4/24/11 Amber Weinerth Big Ten Championships, 4/30/06 Holly Turton Big Ten Championships, 5/1/98 Hanule Seo Big Ten Championships, 4/23/10 Lisa Francisco Big Ten Championships, 5/1/98 Andrea Lavelle Big Ten Championships, 4/30/00

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SCORING RECORDS 18 HOLES

290 293 295 295 295 296 296 296 296 296 297 297 297 298 298 298

Mid-West Classic Lady Northern Invitational Nittany Lion Invitational Lady Buckeye Spring Invite Tar Heel Invitational Starmount Fall Classic Lady Northern Invitational Lady Northern Invitational Lady Northern Invitational Lady Northern Invitational Cougar Classic Spider Invitational Bucknell Invitational Northwestern Invitational Baytree Classic Canes and Cardinal Classic

589 591 596 600 601 601 603 604 605 605 606 607 608 608 609 610 611 611 612

Lady Northern Invitational Yale Invitational Lady Buckeye Spring Invite Nittany Lion Invitational Northwestern Invitational Nittany Lion Invitational Lady Northern Starmount Fall Classic Big Ten Championships Oregon State Invitational Cougar Classic Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational Nittany Lion Invitational Lady Lion Invitational Big Ten Championships Bucknell Invitational Cincinnati Fall Classic Boonie Hoover Invitational Mid-West Classic

888 888 894 901 901 902 907 908 908 909 909 911 912 914 915 915 915 915 916 916

Nittany Lion Invitational Lady Northern Invitational Lady Northern Invitational Nittany Lion Invitational Nittany Lion Invitational Lady Buckeye Spring Invite NCAA Regional Northwestern Invitational Nittany Lion Invitational Cougar Classic Nittany Lion Invitational Eagle Landing Invitational Waterlefe Invitational Oregon State Invitational Cincinnati Fall Classic Lady Northern Mercedes-Benz Champ. Baytree Classic Nittany Lion Invitational Lady Tar Heel Invitational

1215 1220 1222

Big Ten Championships Big Ten Championships Big Ten Championships

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2/21/98 9/24/05 10/2/10 4/22/06 10/5/97 9/28/10 9/24/05 9/19/97 9/19/97 9/19/97 9/12/10 10/13/09 9/7/08 4/3/06 9/19/00 4/7/09 9/24/05 9/21/02 4/22/06 10/2/10 4/3/06 10/16/05 10/12/10 9/28/10 4/29/06 9/13/05 9/13/10 3/10/03 10/14/00 8/31/96 4/23/10 9/7/08 9/21/10 4/8-9/06 2/20/98 10/3/99 9/19/97 9/25/05 10/3/10 10/11/03 4/23/06 5/7/03 4/4/06 10/15/00 10/14/10 10/5/02 3/10/09 3/17/03 9/14/05 9/21/10 10/12/10 10/23/05 9/10/00 10/3/04 10/3/97 4/30/06 4/30/00 5/1/98

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SEASON SCORING AVERAGE LEADERS YEARLY AVERAGE LEADER

YEAR PLAYER AVG. RDS. STROKES 1986-87 Jody Harpster 81.47 17 1385 1987-88 Kristen Stone 80.71 17 1372 1988-89 Wendy MacTurk 80.89 21 1682 1989-90 Wendy MacTurk 79.77 30 2393 1990-91 Cathy Gitzendanner 78.90 31 2446 1991-92 Meg Young 80.91 33 2670 1992-93 Sherri McDonald 83.24 21 1748 1993-94 Sherri McDonald 80.66 29 2339 1994-95 Kristen Lindren 80.00 29 2320 1995-96 Laura Hammond 78.69 26 2046 1996-97 Holly Turton 79.48 27 21.46 1997-98 Laura Hammond 75.29 21 1581 1998-99 Laura Hammond 77.10 30 2313 1999-00 Katie Futcher 78.03 32 2497 2000-01 Katie Futcher 76.52 27 2066 2001-02 Katie Futcher 74.63 32 2388 2002-03 Katie Futcher 74.03 35 2591 2003-04 Amber Weinerth 77.04 28 2157 2004-05 Amber Weinerth 77.22 27 2085 2005-06 Maggie Lester 75.72 29 2196 2006-07 Evelyn Paik 79.03 28 2221 2007-08 Sara Lester 77.77 22 1711 2008-09 Brianna Malcolmson 77.77 31 2411 2009-10 Emily Ransone 78.10 28 2188 2010-11 Emily Ransone 76.20 29 2209

ALL-TIME BEST AVERAGES

AVG. PLAYER YEAR RDS. STROKES 74.03 Katie Futcher 2002-03 35 2591 74.63 Katie Futcher 2001-02 32 2388 75.29 Laura Hammond 1997-98 21 1581 75.27 Maggie Lester 2005-06 29 2196 75.96 Amber Weinerth 2005-06 29 2203 76.20 Emily Ransone 2010-11 29 2209 76.52 Katie Futcher 2000-01 27 2066 77.04 Amber Weinerth 2003-04 28 2157 77.10 Laura Hammond 1998-99 30 2313 77.22 Amber Weinerth 2004-05 27 2085 77.84 Holly Turton 1997-98 25 1946 77.77 Sara Lester 2007-08 22 1711 77.77 Brianna Malcolmson 2008-09 31 2411 78.00 Katrina Wolfe 2005-06 23 1794 78.03 Katie Futcher 1999-00 32 2497 78.07 Meghan Mull 2001-02 29 2264 78.10 Katrina Wolfe 2003-04 28 2187 78.10 Emily Ransone 2009-10 28 2188 78.28 Lisa Fransisco 1997-98 25 1957 78.30 Ellen Ceresko 2010-11 23 1800 78.50 Hanule Seo 2010-11 29 2277 78.61 Amber Weinerth 2002-03 31 2437 78.64 Darcy Issac 1997-98 22 1730 78.69 Laura Hammond 1995-96 26 2046 78.72 Sara Doell 1999-00 32 2519 78.77 Sara Lester 2005-06 26 2048 78.81 Andrea Lavelle 1999-00 32 2522 78.85 Cynthia Skilton 2000-01 27 2129 78.90 Cathy Gitzendanner 1990-91 31 2446 78.90 Christina Vosters 2010-11 21 1656 78.93 Lindsay Cullen 2008-09 27 2131 78.93 Keri Dugan 2002-03 29 2289 78.97 Meghan Mull 2002-03 31 2448


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

May 4 June 18

1964-65

1970-71

Head Coach: Mimi Ryan 1-0

Head Coach: Barbara Sanford 5-0

at Bucknell at Gainesville (Fla.)

W, 4-0

1965-66

April 27 May 4 May 8 May 15 May 17

vs. Cornell vs. George Washington vs. Ohio State vs. SUNY-Cortland at Mary Baldwin College

Head Coach: Mimi Ryan 2-0-1 April 25 vs. Bucknell T, 2-2 May 5 vs. Lock Haven W, 7-1 May 27 at Ohio State W, 8.5-3.5 June18-25 at Women’s Collegiate Golf Tournament

1966-67 Head Coach: Mimi Ryan 1-1-1 May 3-4 May 16 May 27 June17-23

at Centenary College at Bucknell vs. Ohio State at Women’s Collegiate Golf Tournament

W, 366-381 W, 274-276 W, 356-392 W, 350-495 W, 260-315

1971-72 Head Coach: Annette Thompson 12-0 Oct. 1 April 11 Apr. 25-27 April 29 May 2 May 6 May 11

EAIAW Championships Mary Baldwin College Randolph Macon at Longwood vs. William and Mary Cornell Suny-Brockport at Ohio State Vs. Bowling Green Vs. Kent State at SUNY-Cortland

1st, 352 W, 23-0 W, 23-13 W, 24-21 W, 24-0 W, 379-413 W, 473-567 W, 384-389 W, 384-393 W, 384-406 W, 4-1

1972-73 1967-68 Head Coach: Mimi Ryan 1-1 May 3-4 May 7 May 10 May 16

Eastern College Golf Tournament at Bucknell vs. George Washington at SUNY- Brockport

1968-69 Head Coach: Mimi Ryan 4-1-1 June 16

Head Coach: Annette Thompson 6-2 Oct. 4-6 Oct. 13 Oct. 23 April 24 April 27 May 5 May 9 May 12 June 17-23

at EAIAW Championships at SUNY-Brockport at SUNY-Cortland Ithaca at Madison Ohio State at Cornell vs. SUNY-Buffalo at Kent State Vs. Bowling Green AIAW Championships

3rd W, 105-109 W, 3-1 W, 131-144 W, 3-0 L, 396-390 W, 262-293 W, 262-284 W, 8.5-4 W, 8.5-6.5 343

vs. DGWS National Intercollegiate Golf Champions

1969-70 Head Coach: Barbara Sanford 2-1 Oct. 1-4 April 11 April 18

at Vermont at Ohio State at Mary Baldwin College

W L, 375-339 W, 375

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1973-74

1977-78

Head Coach: Annette Thompson 8-2

Head Coach: Annette Thompson

Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 4-6 April 11 April 17 April 23 May 11 June

SUNY-Brockport at SUNY-Cortland EAIAW Championships at Madison Vs. Mary Baldwin College at William and Mary Vs. Randolph Macon at Randolph Macon Vs. William and Mary at Ohio State Vs. Bowling Green AIAW Championships

W, 284-303 L, 2-3 1st, 359 W, 14.5-3.5 W, 15-0 W, 10-2 W, 12-0 W, 10.5-1.5 W, 12-0 L, 362-345 W, 362-390 12th, 1007

Sept. 16-17 Sept. 23-24 Oct. 15-16 Mar. 21-22 Mar. 24-25 Apr. 8-9 Apr. 21-22 Apr.28-29 May 6-7 June

Head Coach: Annette Thompson Sept. 21 Madison W, 4-0 Sept. 27-28 Lady Lion Fall Invitational 1st, 726 Oct. 4-5 EAIAW Championships 3rd, 365 Apr. 19-20 Randolph Macon Invite. 2nd, 732 May 2 Ithaca W, 88-121 May 9-10 Lady Lion Invitational 1st, 730 May 16-17 Buckeye Invitational 5th, 749

1978-79 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 29 Oct. 6-7 Mar. 23-24 April 7-8 Apr. 20-21 Apr.l 27-28 May 5-6 June 13-15

1975-76 Head Coach: Annette Thompson Lady Lion Fall Invitational Central Michigan Invite. EAIAW Championships Marshall Invitational Michigan State Invite. Lady Lion Invitational Buckeye Invitational AIAW Championships

1st, 712 2nd, 723 1st, 340 1st, 654 6th, 703 1st, 697 4th, 721 693

1976-77 Head Coach: Annette Thompson Sept. 17 Sept. 24-25 Oct. 1-2 Apr. 9-10 Apr. 22-23 Apr. 29-30 May 6-7 June 15-18

at SUNY-Cortland Mt. Holyoke Invt. EAIAW Championships Ohio State Invitational Marshall Invitational Michigan State Invite. Lady Lion Invitational AIAW Championships

W, 336 W, 336 W, 336 1st, 506 1st 9th, 357 6th, 348-345 – 693 1st, 664 1st, 321-336 – 657 1st, 323-322 – 645 26th

Head Coach: Annette Thompson

1974-75

Sept.20-21 Sept.26-27 Oct. 2-4 Apr. 23-24 May 1-2 May 7-8 May 14- 1 June 16-19

at SUNY-Cortland at Mount Holyoke vs. Massachusetts EAIAW Championships Marshall Invitational Duke Invitational Lady Buckeye Invitational Marshall Invitational Rutgers Invitational Lady Lion Invitational AIAW Championships

W, 315-348 2nd, 355-349 – 704 1st, 336 4th, 355-348 – 703 3rd, 315-337 – 652 2nd, 344-340 – 684 1st, 342-343 – 685 339-34-325 – 1007

Longwood Invitational Mount Holyoke Invite. SUNY- Cortland EAIAW Championships Duke Invitational Buckeye Invitational Marshall Invitational Rutgers Invitational Lady Lion Invitational AIAW Championships

1st 1st W, 335-347 1st 3rd 8th 3rd 1st 2nd 28th

1979-80 Head Coach: Annette Thompson Sept. 14-15 Sept. 21-22 Sept. 29-30 Oct. 19-20 Nov. 3-5 Mar. 21-23 Apr. 4-5 Apr. 18-19 May 2-3 May 9-10 June 11-14

Longwood Invitational EAIAW Championships Penn State Fall Invitational New Jersey Invitational Lady Tar Heel Invitational Duke Invitational Lady Buckeye Invitational Marshall Invitational Rutgers Invitational Lady Lion Invitational AIAW Championships

1980-81 Head Coach: Mary Kennedy No Information Available

1981-82 Head Coach: Mary Kennedy No Information Available

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Oct. 22 Mar. 24-25 Apr. 1-2 Apr. 9-10 Apr. 17-18 Apr. 22-24

1982-83

1986-87

Head Coach: Mary Kennedy

Head Coach: Mary Kennedy Assistant Coach: Denise St. Pierre

Lady Northern Invitational Michigan State Invitational Duke Invitational Lady Tar Heel Invitational Kingsmill Invitational Marshall  Invitational Lady Lion Invitational Lady Boiler Invitational Duke Invitational

8th, 327-310-312 1st, 303-306-300 7th, 312-322-327- 961 11th, 333-327-316 2nd, 345 4th, 317-316-323- 956 4th, 325-325- 650 2nd, 316-319 -635 5th, 320-330-329- 979

Sept. 19-21 Sept. 27-28 Oct. 4-5 Oct. 10-12 Oct. 24-26 Nov. 2-3 Apr. 3-5 Apr. 10-12 Apr. 17-19

1983-84 Head Coach: Mary Kennedy Sept. 15-16 Sept. 23-24 Sept. 29-30 Oct. 6-7 Oct. 12-14 Apr. 14-15 Apr. 20-22

Longwood Invitational Lady Spartan Invitational ECAC Championships Yale Invitational Duke Invitational Lady Lion Invitational Lady Buckeye Invitational

7th, 330-325-322- 977 5th, 319-315-319- 953 3rd, 325-326- 673 3rd, 340-333 -673 5th, 320-320-329- 979 3rd, 322-322-321- 975 11th, 345-345 -690

1984-85 Michigan State Invitational James Madison Invitational Yale Invitational Troy State Invitational Duke Invitational Lady Buckeye Invitational Lady Lion Invitational NCAA Championships

5th, 319-315-319- 953 2nd, 338-321 -659 3rd, 340-333- 673 19th, 331-336-335-1002 14th, 333-329-338-1000 5th, 341-333-347-1021 3rd, 334-320-329- 983 18th

1985-86 Head Coach: Mary Kennedy Assistant Coach: Denise St. Pierre Sept. 28-29 Oct. 15 Oct. 18-20 Oct. 25-27 Nov. 1-2 Mar. 7-9 Apr. 4-6 Apr. 18-20 Apr. 26-27

James Madison Invitational 2nd, 338-321- 659 Yale Invitational 1st, 420 Duke Fall Invitational 4th, 323-320-314- 957 Lady Tar Heel Invitational 10th, 318-328-319- 965 Ford Collegiate Invitational 11th, 989 Hudson Industries Invitational 18th, 1012 Duke Spring Invitational 9th, 340-317-314- 971 William & Mary Invitational 4th, 1015 Lady Lion Invitational 2nd, 311-305- 616

11th, 343-333-331-1007 3rd, 342-319-661 2nd, 341-333-674 6th, 329-328-322- 979 14th, 324-315-327- 966 2nd, 328-322-650 11th, 329-352-332-1013 4th, 331-325-322- 978 4th, 321-322-329- 972

1987-88 Head Coach: Mary Kennedy Assistant Coach: Denise St. Pierre Sept. 11-13 Sept. 26-27 Oct. 2-4 Oct. 23-25 Mar. 18-20 Apr. 1-3 Apr. 8-10 Apr. 15-17

Head Coach: Mary Kennedy Sept. 21-22 Sept. 28-29 Oct. 7 Mar. 8-10 Apr. 5-7 Apr. 19-21 Apr. 27-28 May 25

Ford Collegiate Invitational ECAC Championships Yale Invitational Duke Invitational Lady Tar Heel Classic Lady Lion Invitational Duke Invitational Seahawk/Azalea Invitational William & Mary Invitational

Longwood Invitational 3rd, 329-331-318- 978 ECAC Championships 2nd, 325-330-656 James Madison Invitational 2nd, 332-319-337- 988 Lady Tar Heel Invitational 17th, 335-352-335- 1022 Peggy Kirk Invitational 9th, 334-355-329- 1018 Duke Spring Invitational 10th, 341-336-326- 1003 UNC-Wilmington Invitational 6th, 348-340-331- 1019 William & Mary Invitational 6th, 328-342-344- 1014

1988-89 Head Coach: Mary Kennedy Assistant Coach: Denise St. Pierre Sept. 9-10 Sept. 16-18 Sept. 24-25 S. 30-Oct. 2 Oct. 21-23 Mar. 3-5 Mar. 20-21 M. 31-A.2 Apr. 7-9 Apr. 21-22

Ohio State Invitational Lady Tar Heel Invitational ECAC Championships James Madison Invitational Lady Lion Invitational Hudson Industries Invitational Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational Duke Spring Invitational UNC-Wilmington Invitational William & Mary Invitational

11th, 341-327-328- 996 13th, 322-337-329- 988 3rd, 330-331 -641 3rd, 328-337-317- 982 3rd, 326-326-337- 989 10th, 325-322-329- 976 7th, 328-334-330-922 18th, 332-339-338- 1009 4th, 332-317- 649 2nd, 329-319-329- 977

1989-90 Head Coach: Mary Kennedy-Zierke Assistant Coach: Denise St. Pierre Sept. 15-17 S.29-Oct. 1 Oct. 6-7 Oct. 13-15 Nov. 10-12 Feb. 23 Mar. 11-13 Apr. 7-8 Apr. 21-23

Lady Tar Heel Invitational Spartan Invitational Lady Buckeye Invitational Lady Lion Invitational ECAC Championships Central Florida Invitational Peggy Kirk Invitational Indiana Invitational William & Mary Invitational

12th, 324-331-310- 965 5th, 334-312-323- 969 8th, 319-329-330- 978 1st, 318-310-311- 939 2nd, 333-31-317- 962 10th, 342-338-328-1008 12th, 337-334-319- 990 5th, 332-325-322- 979 3rd, 312-332-328- 972

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1990-91

1993-94

Head Coach: Mary Kennedy-Zierke Assistant Coach: Denise St. Pierre

Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre

Sept. 7-9 Sept. 22-24 Sept. 27-29 Oct. 5-7 Oct. 19-21 Mar. 1-3 Mar. 11-12 Apr. 6-7 Apr. 12-14 Apr. 19-21 Apr. 27-28

Lady Tar Heel Invitational James Madison Invitational Michigan State Invitational Lady Buckeye Invitational ECAC Championships Central Florida Invitational Peggy Kirk Invitational Indiana Invitational Azalea/Seahawk Invitational William & Mary Invitational Lady Lion Invitational

12th, 315-310-313- 930 2nd, 303-311-315- 929 1st, 317-308-322 13th, 332-315-322 1st, 320-317-314- 951 15th, 339-334- 673 2nd, 317-322-317- 948 6th, 325-333-326- 984 1st, 318-312-316- 946 1st, 312-313- 625 1st, 314-312-310- 936

Head Coach: Mary Kennedy-Zierke Assistant Coach: Denise St. Pierre Lady Tar Heel Invitational 10th, 313-312-312- 937 Spartan Invitational 6th, 316-308-315- 939 Lady Northern Invitational 9th, 316-331-313- 960 Duke Fall Invitational 9th, 332-32-335- 993 Lady Lion Invitational 1st, 309-302-319- 930 Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational 12th, 343-339-329- 1011 Snowbird Intercollegiate 5th, 323-330- 653 William & Mary Invitational 1st, 340-343-327- 1010 Indiana Invitational 4th, 338-328-321-987 Ohio State Invitational 8th, 329-337-319- 985 Big Ten Championships 6th, 324-345-324-348- 1341

1992-93 Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Kerry Lee O’Leary Sept. 11-13 Sept. 18-20 Sept. 26-27 Oct. 3-4 Oct. 10-11 Mar. 8-12 Mar. 20-21 Apr. 10-11 Apr. 17-18 May 7-9

Lady Tar Heel Invitational Lady Northern Invitational Lady Spartan Invitational Yale Invitational James Madison Invitational Peggy Kirk Invitational William & Mary Invitational Ohio State Invitational Lady Lion Invitational Big Ten Championships

7th, 323-315-312- 950 7th, 323-315-312- 950 3rd, 322-316- 638 1st, 349-335 -684 10th, 324-322-343- 989 2nd, 324-334-315- 973 7th, 320-318-323- 961 3rd, 326-329 -655 1st, 306-324-325-998 9th,331-332-334-326-1323

1994-95

15th, 326-333-325- 984 14th, 341-339- 680 4th, 319-324- 644 2nd, 349-341- 690 5th, 338-341- 679 15th, 343-352-344- 1039 2nd, 337-330- 667 15th, 350-351-336- 1037 4th, 326-329- 655 7th,339-332-328-322-1321

Sept. 3-4 Minnesota Invitational Sept. 25-25 Methodist U. Invite. Oct. 2 Michigan Lady Northern Oct. 8-9 James Madison Invite. Oct. 22-23 ECAC Championships Oct. 29-30 Cougar Invitational Mar. 13 Peggy Kirk Bell Invite. Mar. 31 Duke Invitational Apr. 15 Lady Lion Invitational Apr. 20 U. of San Francisco Invite. May 5 Big Ten Championships

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7th, 323-315-312 - 950 3rd, 322-316 - 638 1st, 349-335 - 684 10th, 324-322-343 - 989 2nd, 324-334-315 - 973 3rd, 309-309 - 618 3th, 311-313-303- 927 9th, 335-313-319 - 967 2nd, 329-322 - 651 1st , 323-333-310 5th,325-311-312-335-1283

1995-96

Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Sherri McDonald Sept. 2-3 Sept. 18-19 Sept. 24-25 Sept. 29-1 Oct. 7-8 Oct. 21 Mar. 4-5 Mar. 12-13 Mar. 31-A. 2 Apr. 15-16 Apr. 26-28

Lady Lion Invitational BYU Invitational Northwestern Invite. Lady Northern Invite. James Madison Fall Classic ECAC Championship College of Charleston Invite. Peggy Kirk Bell Invite. Duke Intercollegiate Campbell Invitational Big Ten Championships

1st, 320-302-318 - 940 2nd, 311-313-317 - 941 13th, 344-334-323 - 1001 9th, 325-315-320 - 960 1st, 309-311 - 620 2nd, 335-332 - 667 3rd, 329-323 - 652 5th, 323-323 - 646 5th, 323-316- 639 4th, 326-326 - 652 7th, 339-341-323 - 1003

1996-97

Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Gary Korman Aug. 31-1 Sept. 20-22 Sept.27-29 Oct. 5-6 Oct.21 Feb. 21-22 Mar. 10-11 Mar. 13-14 Mar. 30-31 Apr. 30-31 May 2-4

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Lady Tar Heel Invitational Lady Tar Heel Invitational Spartan Fall Invitational Yale Invitational Lady Northern Invitational James Madison Invitational Peggy Kirk Invitational William & Mary Invitational Lady Lion Invitational Big Ten Championships

Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre

1991-92

Sept. 7-9 Sept. 21-22 Sept. 27-28 Oct. 4-6 Oct. 12-13 Mar. 9-10 Mar. 12-13 Mar. 27-29 Apr. 4-5 Apr. 25-26 A.30-May 3

Sept. 10-12 Sept. 10-12 Sept. 18-19 Oct. 2-3 Oct. 8-10 Oct. 22-24 Mar. 12-15 Mar. 20-21 Apr. 9-10 May 5-8

Lady Lion Invitational Lady Northern Lady Tar Heel Invite. James Madison Invite. ECAC Championships Mid-West Classic Peggy Kirk Bell Invite. Snowbird Intercollegiate Duke Invitational Lady Lion Invitational Big Ten Championships

2nd, 307-301 - 608 10th, 315-321-328 - 964 10th, 324-311-321 - 956 1st, 317-316 - 633 3rd, 337 3rd, 313-301 - 614 8th, 324-338-321 - 983 6th, 325-305 - 630 11th, 335-327-338 - 1000 1st, 313-318 - 631 3rd,329-322-317-315-1283


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Sept. 19-21 Oct. 3-5 Oct. 10-12 Oct. 18-19 Oct. 25-26 Feb. 20-21 Mar. 9-10 Mar. 27-29 April 25-26 May1-3

1997-98

2000-01

Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Gary Korman

Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Emily Marron

Lady Northern Invite. Lady Tar Heel Invite. Lady Kat Invitational ECAC Championships James Madison Invite. Mid-West Classic Peggy Kirk Bell Invite. Bryan Cup Invitational Lady Buckeye Invite. Big Ten Championships

2nd, 296-296-296 - 888 8th, 306-315-295 - 916 4th, 307-316-299 - 922 1st, 304 1st, 303 4th, 322-290 - 612 6th, 318-322 - 640 14th, 322-320-323 - 965 4th, 318-306-312 - 936 5th,308-303-305-306-1222

Sept. 8-10 Sept. 29-1 Oct. 13-15 Nov. 6-8 Feb. 26-27 Mar. 5-7 Mar. 26-27 April 6-8 April 27-29

Sept. 14-15 Sept. 25-27 Oct. 23-25 Nov. 1-3 Feb. 27-28 Mar. 8-9 Mar. 11-12 Mar. 26-28 April 10-11 A 30-M. 2 May 6-8

Cougar Invitational Lady Northern Invite. Stanford Invitational Memphis Intercollegiate Mid-West Classic Peggy Kirk Bell Invite. Snowbird Intercollegiate Bryan Cup Intercollegiate Nittany Lion Invitational Big Ten Championships NCAA East Regional

5th, 315-318 - 633 6th, 323-315-326 - 964 18th, 317-326-319 - 962 4th, 307-308-303 - 918 2nd, 322-323 - 645 3rd, 319-320 - 639 4th, 313-313 - 626 6th, 320-307-314 - 941 1st, 315-304-322 - 941 7th,334-327-311-309-1281 18th, 307-309-317 - 933

1999-00 Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Gary Korman Sept. 10-12 Sept. 17-19 Sept. 25-26 Oct. 1-3 Oct. 23-24 Feb. 25-27 Mar. 24-26 April 2-3 April 22-23 April 28-30 May 5-7

Baytree Classic Lady Northern Invite. Mary Fossum Invite. Nittany Lion Invitational ECAC Championships Mid-West Classic Bryan Park Intercollegiate Fighting Camel Classic Buckeye Invitational Big Ten Championships NCAA East Regional

8th, 314-309-316 - 939 7th, 309-322-306 - 937 9th, 321-319-312 - 952 2nd, 297-292-299 - 888 1st, 312-308 - 620 14th, 333-348-334 - 1015 11th, 306-316-322 - 944 2nd, 314-322 - 636 10th, 333-325-321 - 979 8th, 300-310-308 - 1220 20th, 304-319-315 - 938

2nd, 315-302-298 - 915 9th, 322-313-308 - 943 1st, 302-306-302 - 908 8th, 310-306-302 - 918 10th, 334-316 - 650 9th, 308-308-305 - 921 9th, 323-313-322 - 958 14th, 313-309-306 - 928 9th,310-323-331-320-1284

2001-02

1998-99 Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Gary Korman

Baytree Classic Lady Northern Invite. Nittany Lion Fall Invite. Pine Needles Invite. Carolina Classic San Jose Spartan Invite. Lady Seahawk Invite. Bryan Park Intercollegiate Big Ten Championships

Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Emily Marron Sept. 21-23 Sept. 29-30 Oct. 8-9 Feb. 25-26 Mar. 4-6 Mar. 26-27 April 5-7 April 26-28

Lady Northern Invite. Nittany Lion Fall Invite. Legends Shootout Carolina Collegiate Clc. Spartan Invite. Lady Seahawk Invite. Bryan Park Intercollegiate Big Ten Championships

4th, 302-302-294- 898 1st, 310-299-305- 914 11th, 296-209-316- 921 5th, 317-314- 631 11th, 302-320-307- 929 8th, 308-312-308- 928 15th, 315-311-309- 935 8th, 315-306-337-336- 1296

2002-03 Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Emily Marron Sept. 13-15 Sept. 21-22 Sept. 28-29 Oct. 5-6 Oct. 18-20 Nov. 1-3 Mar. 10-11 Mar. 17-18 April 12-13 April 25-27 May 7-10

Lady Kat Invite. Yale Invite. Lady Northern Invite. Nittany Lion Invite. Mercedes-Benz Landfall Tradition Peggy Kirk Invite. Waterlefe Invite. Lady Boilermaker Big Ten Championships NCAA East Regional

5th, 303-316- 619 1st, 293-298- 591 2nd, 295-305-298- 895 1st, 299-304-306- 909 11th, 323-317-303- 943 8th, 307-322-308-937 1st, 316-291- 607 3rd, 307-308-297- 912 11th, 317-321-312- 950 11th,312-309-308-312-1241 13th, 305-306-296- 907

2003-04 Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Leighann Rastede Sept. 15-16 Sept. 27-28 Oct. 11-12 Oct. 19-21 Oct. 31-2 Feb. 20-24 Mar. 5-12 April 9-11 April 23-25

Cougar Fall Intercoll. Lady Northern Invite. Nittany Lion Invite. Mercedes-Benz Chmp. Landfall National Puerto Rico Classic Peggy Kirk Bell Bonnie Hoover Invite. Big Ten Championships

13th, 314-311-318- 943 T13th, 320-324-323-967 2nd, 302-298-301- 901 15th, 299-304-306- 909 10th, 320-310-309- 939 15th, 324-322-321- 967 5th, 324-318-312- 954 T5th, 303-314-314- 931 T9th,313-319-316-318-1266

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2004-05

2008-09

Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Leighann Rastede Sept. 11-12 Lady Northern Invite. 11th, 310-316-320-946 Oct. 2-3 Nittany Lion Invite. 4th, 289-314-313-916 Oct. 8-10 Mercedes-Benz Chmp. 16th, 321-309-314-944 Oct. 29-31 Landfall Tradition 12th, 316-306-310-932 Feb. 20-23 Puerto Rico Classic 14th, 335-320-315-970 Mar. 7-9 Edwin Watts Classic 16th, 332-317-334-983 Apr. 9-10 Lady Duke Invite. A - 7th, 320-316-298-934 B - 9th, 323-322-304-949 Apr. 16-17 Lady Buckeye 10th, 321-315-326-962 Apr. 29-May 1 Big Ten Championships 11th, 313-324-348-985

2005-06

Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Sara Doell Sept. 7 Sept. 13-14 Sept. 20-21 Sept. 29 Oct. 4-5 Oct. 18-19 Mar. 9-10 Mar. 22 April 6-7 April 18-19 April 24-26

Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Sara Doell Sept. 13-14 Sept. 24-25 Oct. 15-16 Oct. 21-23 Oct. 28-30 Mar. 27-28 Apr. 1-2 Apr. 8-9 Apr. 22-23 Apr. 28-30

Oregon State Invite. Lady Northern Invite. Nittany Lion Invite. Mercedes-Benz Chmp. Landfall Tradition Anteater Invitational Northwestern Invite. Boonie Hoover Invite. Lady Buckeye Invite. Big Ten Championships

6th, 303-302-309-914 3rd, 293-296-305-894 2nd, 300-301-601 8th, 306-308-301-915 T7th, 321-302-315-938 4th, 325-327-327-979 11th, 303-298-307-908 1st, 306-305-611 8th, 295-301-306-902 7th,303-302-299-311-1215

2006-07

Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Sara Doell Sept. 16-17 Sept. 22-24 Oct. 13-15 Oct. 27-29 Mar. 5-6 Mar. 16-17 Mar. 24-25 Apr. 9-10 Apr. 21-22 Apr. 27-29

Lady Northern Invite. Nittany Lion Invite. Mercedes-Benz Chmp. Landfall Tradition Pinehurst Challenge Longhorn Invitational William and Mary Invite. Indiana Invitational Lady Buckeye Invite. Big Ten Championships

9th, 314-309-315-938 1st, 314-307-306-927 12th, 310-305-305-920 12th, 316-327-324-967 T13th, 337-311-648 14th, 316-322-333-971 8th, 325-317-642 14th, 327-312-639 10th, 335-314-327-976 10th,327-321-211-312-1275

2007-08

Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Sara Doell Sept. 10-11 Sept. 22-23 S 31-O 1 Oct. 8-10 Oct. 26-28 Mar. 9-11 Mar. 28-30 April 7-8 April 19-20 April 25-27 30

Cougar Classic Lady Northern Nittany Lion Invite. Edean Ihlanfeldt Landfall Tradition Pinehurst Challenge Bryan National Collegiate Bloomington, Ind. Lady Buckeye Big Ten Championships

19th, 302-327-310-939 12th, 314-310-309-933 3rd, 312-309-314-935 16th, 331-312-320-963 11th, 325-308-310-943 T18th, 324-322-316-962 18th, 335-341-331-1007 14th, 325-315-316-956 6th, 313-319-314-946 10th,305-308-311-312-1236

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Bucknell Invite. Nittany Lion Invite. Princeton Invite. Badger Invite. Hawkeye Intercollegiate Lady Northern JMU Eagle Landing Invite. First Market Bank Intercoll. Canes and Cardinal Classic Lady Buckeye Invite. Big Ten Championships

1st, 313-297-610 2nd, 308-306-307-921 8th, 317-322-639 10th, 310-312-314-936 T11th, 325-313-321-959 12th, 312-313-338-963 7th, 305-305-301-911 4th, 311-320-631 5th, 304-316-298-918 T9th, 310-319-321-950 11th,329-321-336-317-1303

2009-10 Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Sara Doell Sept. 18-19 Sept. 27-28 Oct. 3-4 Oct. 12-13 Feb. 7-9 Mar. 5-7 Mar. 13-14 April 5-6 April 17-18 April 23-25

Lady Paladin Invite. Lady Northern Invite. Nittany Lion Invite. Spider Invite. Lady Puerto Rico Classic Rio Verde Invite. Low Country Intercollegiate Canes and Cardinal Classic Lady Buckeye Invite. Big Ten Championships

12th, 316-322-638 14th, 314-316-321-951 2nd, 305-313-307-925 4th, 318-297-615 16th, 319-320-322-961 15th, 317-319-322-958 8th, 327-312-639 8th, 318-319-307-944 11th, 338-336-320-994 10th,304-305-309-324-1242

2010-11 Head Coach: Denise St. Pierre Assistant Coach: Fred Jefferson Sept. 12-14 Sept. 20-21 Sept. 26-28 Oct. 2-3 Oct. 11-12 Feb. 13-15 Mar. 4-6 Mar. 19-20 April 16-17 April 22-24

Cougar Classic Cincinnati Fall Classic Starmount Fall Classic Nittany Lion Invite. Lady Northern Puerto Rico Classic Rio Verde Invite. C&F Bank Invite. Lady Buckeye Invite. Big Ten Championships

T14th, 297-309-303-909 4th, 305-306-304-915 5th, 308-296-604 1st, 295-305-301-901 10th, 301-302-312-915 16th, 317-321-300-938 5th, 306-308-311-925 T5th, 322-312-634 8th, 317-322-315-954 10th,321-314-307-305-1247


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS All-Time Letterwinners (since the program began in 1964-65)

A Lynn Abbey 1979 Jane Abood 1980-83 Katie Aldridge 1996-98 Victoria Arena 2008-10 Cindy Atwood 1968

B Ellen Black 1980-83 Erin Borowicz 1984-87 Bobby Boyle 1995-98 Vivian Brownlee 1969-71 Hallie Bunk 1976-78 Patricia Butcher 1981

C Carol Caldwell 1973 Giulia Carando 2008-11 Brooke Carder 1997-00 Ellen Ceresko 2011-Pres. Kristin Clark 1989-92 Anne Corbin 1965 Louise Cortice 1967 Tricia Crossin 1982 Lindsay Cullen 2007-10 Missy Curry 1993-94 Jody Czap 1989

D-E Deborah Danser 1995-97 Sandra de la Cruz 2003-05 Diane DeRusha 1969-72 Lisa Dine 1985-87 Sara Doell 1997-00 BethDowney 1977-79 Keri Dugan 2000-03 Andrea Dutcher 1971-74 Susan Ditilly 1985-88 Jennifer Eberlein 1991-94 Jennifer Elsea 2000-03

F Gia Fanelli 2009-11 Kristin Farrell 1996-97 Ruth Ferguson 1972 Anne Farry 1965-66 Joanne Finegan 1981-82 Brittany Fisher 2006

Jill Finlan 1993-96 Jacqueline Foust 1988-90 Lisa Francisco 1997-00 Mary Ellen Friend 1976 Sally Furniss 1975-76 Rosemarie Fuster 2001-03 Katie Futcher 2000-03

G Patricia Gable 1965-66 Courtney Gagnon 2002-06 Nancy Gardner 1966 Jeanne Ginsburgh 1970 Catherine Gitzendanner 1988-91 Kelly Grimes 1976-79 Marsha Gullo 1973-76 Kellie Gustas 2009

H Carolyn Haag 1966 Laura Hammond 1995-99 April Hardisty 1994-98 Jody Harpster 1986-88 Susan Highducheck 1985-87 Gloria Hite 1968-69 Anne Holmes 1980-81 Linda Hook 1974 Betsy Houseman 2002-06 Jill Hunady 1994

Ann  Ludwig 1974 Lauren Lundy 2003-06 Sue Lympany 1970

M Wendy MacTurk 1988-91 Brianna Malcolmson 2008-11 Lynn Marriott 1978-81 Emily Marron 1995-98 Meagan Martin 1996-00 Jamie McClain 1998-01 Sherri McDonald 1992-95 Kelly McKinney 1997-01 Helen J. McMillen 1966 Michelle Malinich 1974 Dodi Maragulia 1974 Jolene Meyer 1974-76 Judi Mitchell 1975-78 Claudio Moreno 1994-96 Elaine Morrison 1973 Elizabeth Mosher 1965 Meghan Mull 2000-03 Katherine Murphy 2007-10

I-K Jan Ifret 1974 Darcy Issac 1996-99 Judith Jackson 1976 Sandra Jaskol 1980-83 Linda Johnson 1967 Jennifer Jones 1980-81 Katherine Jones 1981-84 Barb Kaiser 1970-72 Maureen Kelleher 1976-79 Kelly Kephart 1998-01 Tina Kocinski 2003-06 Courtney Kordes 2010-Pres. Valerie Krick 1985-87

L Andrea Lavelle 1999-2002 Jamie Lavin 2010-Pres. Laura Lecker 1975 Maggie Lester 2003-07 Sara Lester 2006-08 Kristin Lindgren 1991-95 Barbara Lloyd 1983-85 Sally Long 1967 Nicole Love 2003-06 GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2011–12

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS N-P Pamela Nicholson 1992-94 Dineen Notman 2009, 2011 Francine O’Brien 1973 Kerry O’Leary 1989-92 Susan Oliver 2001-04 Kelly Osborne 2008-09 Jan Over 1970 Christin Pacacha 2004-08 Megan Padua 2004-08 Evelyn Paik 2003-07 Emily Pavesich 2004-08 Kathleen Patrick 1977-80 Debra Patton 1988-81 Jan Pawl 1994-96 Lynn Percival 1990-93 Heather Preston 1992-95

R Emily Ransone 2010-Pres. Lisa Rastede 2006 Sally Ratcliffe 1984-85 Barbara Reigel 1974 Sue Rhine 1968 Traci Richardson 1997-00 Emily Riddle 2009 Mary Robertson 1974 Kristin Roland 1989-92 Nikki Ruddy 1996-98 Judy Rumbaugh 1966-67 Kathy Runburger

S

1970

Collen Scally 1992-95 Hanule Seo 2010-Pres. Maryellen Sheehan 1970 Susan Shuma 1974-76 Lynn Simon 1974-75 Margot Sinclair 1965 Cynthia Skilton 2000-03 Sally Slater 1977-80 Carole Ann Smith 1965-66 Julie Smith 1973-75 Sally Smith 1968-69 Brenda Sterner 1970-71 Denise St. Pierre 1980-83

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Kirsten Stone 1986-90 Beverly Sumpter 1965-68 Sharon Sumpter 1966 Erin Suvak 1996-98

T-U-V Caroline Tumin 1984-85 Lisa Thomas 1982-84 Marjorie Trout 1973 Holly Turton 1995-98 Beth Underwood 1970-73 Christina Vosters 2011-Pres.

W Katie Waldeisen 2004-06 Peggy Walker 1970 Cathy Ward 1975 Suellen Wayda 1968 Amber Weinerth 2002-06 Martha Wells 1990-94 Patricia Wentzell 1970 Debbie Westover 1970 Erin White 1993 Janet Whitlow 1986-88 Kris Whittaker 1970-71 Erin White 1993 Janet Whitlow 1986-88 Kris Whittaker 1970-71 Suzanne Williams 1965-66 Brenda Williamson 1988-90 Lydia T. Willits 1966 Janene Wirtz 1970-72 Katrina Wolfe 2003-06

Y-Z Margaret Young 1989-92 Grace Youngblood 1974 Stephanie Zakutney 1989 Audrey Ziff 1978


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