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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Table of Contents • Quick Facts Contents • Quick Facts .......................... 1 2012-13 Roster ....................................... 2 Quick Reference Roster .......................... 3 2012-13 Schedule ................................... 4 2012-13 Preseason Notes ....................... 5 Media Information................................. 6

Location: ....................Fayetteville, Ark. Enrollment: ................................24,595 Founded: ..................... March 27, 1871 Colors: .Cardinal (PMS 200) and White Nickname: ...........................Razorbacks Conference: ......................Southeastern Home Course: ................. The Blessings Par 72, 7,503 yards

2012-13 Razorbacks Sebastian Cappelen ............................. 8-9 Zach Coats....................................... 10-11 Austin Cook .................................... 12-13 Kolton Crawford ............................. 14-15 Joe Doramus .................................... 16-17 Nicolas Echevarria ........................... 18-19 Josh Eure ......................................... 20-21 William Meason .............................. 22-23 Taylor Moore ................................... 24-25 Thomas Sorensen ............................ 26-27 Head Coach Brad McMakin ............ 28-29 Asst. Coach Barrett Lais ....................... 30

UA Administration UA Chancellor:....Dr. G. David Gearheart System President: .. Dr. Donald R. Bobbitt Athletic Director: ................... Jeff Long Faculty Representative: ..Dr. Sharon Hunt

Arkansas Golf Staff Head Coach: ..................Brad McMakin (Oklahoma, 1991) / seventh year Record at Arkansas: ..732-283-15 (.718) NCAA Championship Appearances: ...2 2009 (2nd), 2011 (15th) NCAA Regional Appearances: .............5 2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12 Assistant Coach: ................. Barrett Lais (Arkansas, 2009)/third year Golf Office Phone: ......... 479-575-3803

The Blessings Practice Facility ............................... 32-33 The Blessings ................................... 34-35 Holes 1 & 2........................................... 36 Holes 3 & 4........................................... 37 Holes 5 & 6........................................... 38 Holes 7 & 8........................................... 39 Holes 9 & 10......................................... 40 Holes 11 & 12....................................... 41 Holes 13 & 14....................................... 42 Holes 15 & 16....................................... 43 Holes 17 & 18....................................... 44

Arkansas Media Relations

History

Associate MRD/Golf: ............Phil Pierce E-mail: ............... ppierce@uark.edu Office Phone:........... 479-575-7430 Cell Phone: .............. 479-283-3353 Office Address: ............Media Relations University of Arkansas 131 Barnhill Arena Fayetteville, AR 72701 Athletic Web Site: www.ArkansasRazorbacks.com

Year-by-Year Results ........................ 54-59 All-Americans ....................................... 60 All-Conference ..................................... 61 Honors and Awards ......................... 62-63 Razorbacks on Tour .............................. 64 All-Time Roster................................ 65-66

Record: .........................142-17-0 (.893) SEC Championship Finish: ............. 5th NCAA Southeast Regional Finish:... 6th NCAA Championship Finish: ....... DNP

2011-12 Season in Review 2011-12 Notes ................................. 46-47 2011-12 Statistics ................................. 48 2011-12 Tournament Results .......... 49-52

2011-12 Review

Records

2012-13 Preview

Individual Records ............................... 68 Team Records ....................................... 69 Individual & Team Titles...................... 70

Starters Returning: ..........................five Jr. Sebastian Cappelen (72.21 avg.) Sr. Austin Cook (73.21 avg.) Fr. Kolton Crawford (73.27 avg.) Sr. Josh Eure (73.30 avg.) So. Thomas Sorensen (73.61 avg.) Starters Lost: ....................................one Grad. Ethan Tracy (71.76 avg.) Other Returning Lettermen: ...........two Jr. Joe Doramus (73.33 avg.) Jr. William Meason (77.33 avg.) Other Returnees: .......................... none Other Lettermen lost:......................one Grad. Tobias Pettersson Newcomers: .................................. three Fr. Zach Coats Fr. Nicolas Echevaria Fr. Taylor Moore

Postseason Play SEC Championships ....................... 72-74 NCAA Regionals .............................. 75-77 NCAA Championships.................... 78-80

University of Arkansas The University of Arkansas ............. 82-83 Chancellor Dr. G. David Gearhart ....... 84 Athletic Director Jeff Long ................... 85 Senior Administration..................... 86-89 Support Staff.................................... 90-91 Support Services .............................. 92-93 Razorback Foundation ......................... 94

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF 2012-13 Razorback Roster Name Sebastian Cappelen Zach Coats Austin Cook Kolton Crawford Joe Doramus Nicolas Echavarria Josh Eure William Meason Taylor Moore Thomas Sorensen

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

Yr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So.

Exp. 2L HS 3L 1L 1L HS 3L 1L HS 1L

Coaches and Staff Head Coach: Assistant Coach:

Brad McMakin (Oklahoma, 1991) Barrett Lais (Arkansas, 2007)

Hometown/Prev. School Odense, Denmark/Sct. Knuds Gymnasium Springdale, Ark./Har-Ber HS Jonesboro, Ark/Jonesboro HS Mansfield, Texas/Mansfield HS Little Rock, Ark/Little Rock Central HS Medellin, Colombia/The Columbus School Crofton, Md./South River HS Alpharetta, Ga./Alpharetta HS/Mercer Edmond, Okla./Memorial HS Hjorring, Denmark/Herningsholm Gymnasium

The 2012-13 Arkansas Razorbacks Front Row (L to R): Sebastian Cappelen, Josh Eure, Taylor Moore, Austin Cook, Nicolas Echavarria, Joe Doramus; Back Row (L to R): William Meason, Kolton Crawford, Assistant Coach Barrett Lais, Head Coach Brad McMakin, Zach Coats, Thomas Sorensen.

2012-13 Roster Breakdown By Country Colombia ........................1 Denmark .........................2 United States ..................7 By State Arkansas..........................3 Georgia ...........................1 Maryland ........................1 Oklahoma .......................1 Texas ...............................1

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By Class Freshman ........................3 Sophomore .....................2 Junior ..............................3 Senior ..............................2 By Experience High School ....................3 1 letter ............................4 2 letters ...........................1 3 letters ...........................2

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By Major Biology ............................1 Business ..........................2 Economics ......................1 Finance ...........................2 Marketing .......................2 Recreation .......................2 Sport Management


ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF 2012-13 Arkansas Quick Reference Roster

Sebastian Cappelen 6-0 • Jr. • 2L Odense, Denmark

Zach Coats 6-3 • Fr. • HS Springdale, Ark.

Austin Cook 5-7 • Sr. • 2L Jonesboro, Ark.

Kolton Crawford 6-2 • So. • 1L Mansfield, Texas

All-America • HM ‘11 SEC • Freshman ‘10, Scholar-Athlete of the Year ‘12

SEC • Freshman ‘12

Nicolas Echavarria 5-11 • Fr. • HS Medellin Colombia

Josh Eure 5-11 • Sr. • 3L Crofton, Md.

William Meason 6-3 • Jr. • 1L Alpharetta, Ga.

Thomas Sorensen 6-2 • So. • 1L Hjorring, Denmark

Brad McMakin Head Coach Seventh Year

Barrett Lais Assistant Coach Third Year

All-America • HM ‘11, ‘12 All-Region • ‘11, ‘12 SEC • 1st ‘12, 2nd ‘11

Joe Doramus 6-0 • Jr. • 1L Little Rock, Ark. SEC • Community Service ‘11

Taylor Moore 5-10 • Fr. • HS Edmond, Okla.

SEC Coach of the Year ‘09 National Coach of the Year Finalist ‘11

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF 2012-13 Arkansas Schedule 2012 Fall Season Wayzata, Minn. Spring Hill Golf Club

Sept. 9-10

Gopher Invitational

Sept. 23-25

Golfweek/PING Preview

Atlanta, Ga. Capital City Club

All Day

Sept. 30-Oct. 2

OFCC/Fighting Illini Invitational

Olympia Fields, Ill. Olympia Fields Country Club

All Day

Oct. 8-9

Jack Nicklaus Invitational

Dublin, Ohio Muirfield Village Golf Club

All Day

Oct. 21-23

Isleworth Collegiate Invitational

Windermere, Fla. Isleworth Golf & Country Club

All Day

Feb. 9-10

Gator Invitational

Feb. 24-26

John Hayt Invitational

Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Sawgrass Country Club

All Day

March 11-12

General Hackler Championship

Pawleys Island, S.C. DeBordieu Club

All Day

March 16-17

National Invitational Tournament

Tucson, Ariz. Omni Tucson National

All Day

April 6-7

Aggie Invitational

Bryan, Texas Traditions Club

All Day

April 19-21

SEC Championship

St. Simons Island, Ga. Sea Island Golf Club

All Day

May 16-18

NCAA Regional Championship

Fayetteville, Ark. Blessings

All Day

May28-June 2

NCAA Championship

Atlanta, Ga. Capital City Club

All Day

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2013 Spring Season Gainesville, Fla. Mark Bostick Golf Club

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF 2012-13 Arkansas Notes Five Returnees The Razorback men’s golf team returns five of the six members of its team who saw significant action in 2011-12. Seniors Austin Cook and Josh Eure are joined by junior Sebastian Cappelen and sophomores Kolton Crawford and Thomas Sorensen. The five players were a large piece of the Arkansas puzzle that led to a top 10 ranking for most of the 2011-12 season. Big Loss While the Razorbacks return five of six, the one loss was huge in Ethan Tracy. A 2012 honorable mention All-American and the 2012 Western Amateur champion, Tracy led the Razorbacks in stroke average last season and posted the fifth best single-season stroke average in school history as a senior. He finished among the top five individuals in six tournaments in 2011-12 and ended his four-year career tied for third on Arkansas’ all-time list of top 10 finishes with 20. Three Newcomers Arkansas added three players to the 2012-13 roster, players that should be able to help the Razorbacks this year and beyond. Taylor Moore and Nicholas Echavarria are two of the top six junior players in the nation while Zach Coats is a raw talent. Fighting for Five One of the best things about Arkansas in 2012-13 is the fact that there will be lots of competition as players fight for one of the five tournament spots each week. The Razorbacks got a taste of it in 2011-12 and used it to win a school record seven tournaments, so with several players working out for five spots, it should make for some tremendous lineups once the year begins.

School Record The Razorbacks are coming off a season where they won a school record seven tournaments. Four of the seven were in the fall with three more coming after the winter break. It began with the opening tournament, the Gopher Invitational and continued with the Golfweek Conference Challenge, Windon Memorial Classic and Cabo Collegiate. In the spring, Arkansas added the John Hayt Invitational, Callaway Collegiate Match Play and Woodlands All-American Classic. The Razorbacks broke the school record of five tournament victories which it set during both the 1991-92 and 1992-93 seasons. Most in a Two-Year Span Arkansas’ seven tournament wins last season gave the Razorbacks 11 over the past two seasons which is a record for any Arkansas team over a two-year span. The previous best was 10 set between the 1991-92 and 1992-93 seasons when Bill Woodley was the skipper of the program. Arkansas’ 11 wins over the past two seasons has already matched the three-year record for an Arkansas team (11) which came between the 1992 and 1994 seasons. Schedule The Razorbacks’ 2012-13 schedule should present some serious challenges to Arkansas as it prepares for a post-season run. Five of Arkansas’ 10 regular season tournaments are new for this season and the addition of Missouri and Texas A&M to the Southeastern Conference Championship adds a new dimension to that event as well. The year begins with the Gopher Invitational, a familiar tournament and continues with two new events, the Golfweek/Ping Preview and OFCC/Fighting Illini Invitational. The fall semester closes with the Jack Nicklaus Invitational and Isleworth Collegiate Invite. The 2013 spring semester starts in early February with the Gator Invitational and continues with the John Hayt Invite and General Hackler Championship. The regular season closes with the Natonal Invitational Tournament and Aggie Invitational. The SEC Championships, NCAA Fayetteville Regional and NCAA Championship close the year.

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Hosting a Regional For the first time in school history, Arkansas hosts a major collegiate men’s golf tournament when the NCAA Fayetteville Regional opens, May 16-18 at Blessings. The event will draw roughly 14 of the nation’s best squads to compete for an opportunity to play at the NCAA Championship. World Amateur Rankings The World Amateur Golf Ranking is a system that ranks the top male amateur golfers on the basis of their average performance. The Razorbacks are featured prominently on the list with six players in the top 125. Sebastian Cappelen leads the way at 45th and is followed by Taylor Moore, 74th; Austin Cook, 109th; Kolton Crawford, 119th; Nicholas Echavarria, 120th; Thomas Sorensen, 121st; and Josh Eure, 312th. Summer Recap It was a successful summer for the men’s golf team as several players finished in the top five or 10 of prestigious amateur events. Sebastian Cappelen played in his second Palmer Cup, going 1-1-2 in his four matches, helping the Europeans win the cup. Austin Cook finished third at the Trans-Mississippi Championship and tied for 15th at the Southern Amateur. Thomas Sorensen finished third at the European Amateur and tied for third at the Danish International Amateur. Newcomer Nicolas Echavarria was a semifinalist at the US Junior Amateur while Taylor Moore finished fifth at the Rolex Tournament of Champions. Josh Eure won the Maryland Amateur and had three other top 30 finishes while Kolton Crawford took 12th at the Texas Amateur and tied for 13th at the Trans-Miss. Joe Doramus tied for third at the Arkansas Stroke Play Championship.

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF 2012-13 Arkansas Men’s Golf Media Information The following policies have been prepared in consideration of your needs, as well as the needs of our student-athletes, coaches and staff, in hopes of creating a positive working environment for us all. As always, we welcome your suggestions and will try to accommodate special needs. Media Relation Office The Media Relations Offices at the University of Arkansas are located in Barnhill Arena just south of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Men’s Golf Contact Associate Media Relations Director Phil Pierce handles the day-today duties for the Razorback men’s golf team. Please direct all media inquiries to: Phil Pierce O: 479-575-7430 E: ppierce@uark.edu Interview Policies All interviews with players and coaches must be arranged through the Media Relations Office. Phone interviews with out-of-town media are encouraged and can also be arranged. Coach McMakin and his staff are generally available in their offices weekdays between 9 a.m. and noon. All requests for information should be made to Pierce in the Media Relations Office. The Arkansas locker room is closed to the media at all times.

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Olympic Sport Press Conference The University of Arkansas Media Relations staff hosts a weekly Olympic Sport Press Conference. The press conference welcomes coaches who are in season every Tuesday in Barnhill Arena. Men’s golf coaches are included in this press event and the media is invited to attend. For more information please contact the media relations staff. The press conference will also be posted on-line at ArkansasRazorbacks.com. Facilities/Parking Blessings and the Fred W. and Mary B. Smith Training Facility are closed to the media and public. Located in nearby Johnson, Ark., access can be obtained by contacting Pierce in the Media Relations Office.

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ArkansasRazorbacks.com The latest information on all Razorback athletics is at ArkansasRazorbacks.com - the official Web site of University of Arkansas Athletics. Game notes, previews, press conference video and tournament stories are a few of the items included. The site also offers biographical information on Arkansas coaches and student-athletes, statistics and schedules. Social Media Media wishing to get the most up-to-date information on Razorback Athletics may do so by following the Razorbacks on twitter (@ArkRazorbacks), facebook (facebook.com/ArkansasRazorbacks) and via apps on mobile devices.


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Sebastian Cappelen 6-0 • Junior • 2 letters Odense, Denmark Sct. Knuds Gymnasium

SOPHOMORE (2011-12) Played 11 tournaments, averaging 72.21 ... first-team All-SEC ... Ping! Honorable Mention All-America . . . Ping! All-Central Region ... four top 10 and eight top 20 finishes ... medalist honors at the Cabo Collegiate with an eight-under par 205, his second career victory ... SEC Player of the Week on April 11 after tying for third at The Woodlands All-American Intercollegiate which included a tournament record-tying round of 65 ... tied for sixth at the Gopher Invitational ... won all four of his matches at the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championships, never making it past the 16th hole ... five rounds in the 60s ... three tournaments at or below par ... tied for 27th at the SEC Championships ... 12th at the NCAA Bowling Green Regional ... individual record of 645-148-23 (.805) ... 29 of his 33 rounds counted toward Arkansas’ team score ... Athletic Department Honor Roll (3.0-3.49) for fall semester and Athletic Director’s list (3.53.99) for spring semester ... SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll ... tied for seventh at Western Refining All-American and tied for 41st at Patriot All-America during winter break ... went 1-1-2 in four matches at the Palmer Cup, remaining undefeated 3-0-1 in singles competitions in helping the Europeans win ... tied for 136th at the Amateur Championship. FRESHMAN (2010-11) Played 13 tournaments, averaging 71.79 ... third-team Golfweek All-America ... Ping! Honorable Mention AllAmerica . . . Ping! All-Central Region ... second-team All-SEC and SEC All-Freshman Team ... six top 10 and nine top 20 finishes ... medalist honors at the Seminole Intercollegiate with a five-under par 208 ... SEC Player of the Week on March 17 after winning the Seminole Intercollegiate ... second at the Border Olympics with a school record 199, 17-under par ... went nine consecutive rounds without a stroke over par in the spring ... nine rounds in the 60s ... six tournaments at or below par ... tied for 12th at the SEC Championships ... tied for 42nd at the NCAA Southeast Regional ... tied for 66th at the NCAA Championships ... opened his collegiate career with a second-place finish at the Gopher Invitational ... individual record of 799-220-30 (.776) ... 36 of his 38 rounds counted toward Arkansas’ team score ... Played for Team Europe in 2011 Palmer Cup winning three of four matches including both singles rounds ... SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll and SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll ... Athletic Department Honor Roll (3.0-3.49) for spring semester ... won three of his four matches at the Palmer Cup including both singles competitions ... finished 18th at the European team championships, shooting three-over par. SCT. KNUDS GYMNASIUM National team player for his native Denmark ... played in the WC Juniors in 2008 and European Team Championships in 2009 for the national team ... posted a three-under par score at the Titleist Championship in March of 2010 in Lamanga, Spain ... was 10-under par and set a course record at the Odense Eventyr Golf in July of 2009. PERSONAL Born April 14, 1990 ... son of Ulrik and Kirsten Cappelen ... has two siblings Frederik and Caroline ... his father, Ulrik was a national team soccer player for Denmark ... majoring in business economics.

Season Tournaments Rds. 2011-12 11 33 2010-11 13 38 Totals 24 71

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First 1 1 2

Strokes Avg. 2,383 72.21 2,728 71.79 5,111 71.99

Top 5 2 5 7

Top 10 4 6 10

Par 31 18 49

Score v. Par 0.94 0.47 0.69

Top 20 8 9 17

Low Rd. 65 64 64 Rounds Counted 29 36 65

Par or Better 3 6 9

Top 10 (20) 4 (8) 6 (9) 10 (17)

Par 3 Avg. 3.15 3.07 3.11

Best Rounds 18 36 54 68 136 205 68 133 199 68 133 199

Par 4 Avg. 4.13 4.11 4.12

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Wins Losses Ties 645 148 23 799 220 30 1,444 368 53

Par 5 Avg. 4.68 4.69 4.69


ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Sebastian Cappelen Tournament-by-Tournament 2011-12 T6 T11 T37 T24 1 T3 T15 T14

Gopher Invitational 71-72-76--219 (+3) Golfweek Conf. Challenge 70-77-70--217 (+1) Jack Nicklaus Invite 73-73-83--229 (+13) Windon Memorial Classic 73-68-75--216 (+6) Cabo Collegiate 68-68-69--205 (-8) Gator Invitational 72-70-73--215 (+5) John Hayt Invitational 77-71-72--220 (+4) General Hackler Invite 77-71-72--220 (+7) Collegiate Match Play W, W, W, W T3 The Woodlands All-Amer. 74-65-71--210 (-6) T27 SEC Championships 70-72-74--216 (+6) 12 NCAA S. Central Regional 73-72-71--216 (E)

2010-11 2 T29 T8 T20 T16 T29 T2 T1 2 T5 T12 T42 T66

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Gopher Invitational 73-67-72--212 (-4) Cabo Collegiate 75-78-71--224 (+8) Jack Nicklaus Invite 72-72-73--217 (+7) David Toms Intercollegiate 70-72-73--215 (-1) Royal Oaks Intercollegiate 71-70--141 (-1) Battle at the Beach 68-74-76--218 (+8) John Hayt Invitational 69-70-73--212 (-4) Seminole Intercollegiate 68-71-69--208 (-5) Border Olympics 69-64-66--199 (-17) Morris Williams Intercoll. 78-73-69--220 (+7) SEC Championships 72-71-72--215 (+5) NCAA Southeast Regional 71-70-80--221 (+5) NCAA Championship 76-72-78--226 (+10)

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Zach Coats

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6-3 • Freshman • High School Springdale, Ark. Har-Ber HS HAR-BER HIGH SCHOOL Three-year 7A all-state and all-west conference ... conference champion and Big 6 State Golfer of the Year as a senior ... No. 1 player on Har-Ber High School roster for three seasons ... tallied 18 medalist honors in his final two seasons in high school ... 2011 7A state and west conference champion ... made the cut at the 2010 American Junior Golf Association’s Rolex Tournament of Champions ... participated in the 2011 U.S. Junior Amateur, finishing 33rd ... withdrew after one round of the Southern Amateur. PERSONAL Born Jan. 25, 1994 ... son of Mark and Angela Coats ... has a younger sister, Emily ... majoring in business.

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Austin Cook

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5-7 • Senior • 3 letters Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro HS JUNIOR (2011-12) Played 11 tournaments, averaging 73.21 ... SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... SEC Community Service Award ... three top 10 and five top 20 finishes ... second at the Cabo Collegiate with six-under par, 207 ... four rounds in the 60s ... one tournament at or below par ... tied for 23rd at the SEC Championships ... tied for 30th at NCAA Bowling Green Regional ... individual record of 548-237-32 (.690) ... 25 of his 33 rounds counted toward Arkansas’ team score ... Athletic Department Athletic Director’s List (3.5-3.99) for fall and spring semesters ... SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll ... GTE Capital One Academic All-District VI First Team ... tied for 15th at the Western Refining All-American and tied for third at the Patriot All-America during winter break ... finished third at the Trans-Mississippi Championship with four-round score of one-over par ... tied for 15th at Southern Amateur. SOPHOMORE (2010-11) Played 12 tournaments, averaging 73.40 ... Ping! Honorable Mention All-America ... two top 10 and seven top 20 finishes ... tied for 10th at the NCAA Championships with three-round score of 217, one-over par ... tied for second at the Gopher Invitational ... five rounds in the 60s ... four tournaments at or below par ... tied for 36th at the SEC Championships ... tied for 14th at the NCAA Southeast Regional ... individual record of 682-252-30 (.723) ... 29 of his 35 rounds counted toward Arkansas’ team score ... SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll ... Athletic Department Athletic Director’s List (3.5-3.99) for spring semester ... advanced to US Open sectional qualifying and was in contention for a spot at the open going into the final nine holes ... tied for second at the Arkansas State Golf Association stroke play championship ... tied for 20th at the Trans-Mississippi Amateur. FRESHMAN (2009-10) Played in 12 tournaments, averaging 73.94 ... one top 10 and two top 20 finishes ... Southeastern Conference All-Freshman Team ... tied for second at the Redstone Challenge ... three rounds under 70 ... one tournament at or below par ... tied for 22nd at the SEC Championships ... tied for 40th at the NCAA Southeast Regional ... individual record of 426-362-45 (.538) ... SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll ... Athletic Department’s Academic Athletic Director’s List both semesters and held a cumulative 3.78 GPA ... busy summer which included wins at the Arkansas State Golf Association’s Men’s & Mid-Senior Stroke Play and U.S. Amateur Sectional qualifying, play at the Trans-Miss Championship and a tie for 212th at the U.S. Amateur. JONESBORO HIGH SCHOOL Averaged 71.1 as a senior ... finished third and tied for the best round at the Class 6A State Tournament as a senior, missing medalist honors in a playoff ... medalist for the Hurricane Classic ... led Jonesboro to 6A-East Conference title ... runner-up finish at the Big “I” Junior Classic and AJGA Stanford Financial ... ranked 18th among 2009 graduates in the American Junior Golf Association Polo Golf Rankings ... member of the Best Under the Sun boys’ soccer team ... ranked 20th in the Golfstat rankings for the class of 2009. PERSONAL Born on March 13, 1991 ... son of William and Tina Cook ... has two older sisters, Lindsay and Laura and a younger brother, Kyle ... he is majoring in biology.

Season Tournaments Rds. 2011-12 11 33 2010-11 12 35 2009-10 12 32 Totals 35 100

Season Tournaments 2011-12 11 2010-11 13 2009-10 12 Totals 36

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First 0 0 0 0

Strokes 2,416 2,569 2,366 7,351

Top 5 1 1 1 3

Avg. 73.21 73.40 73.94 73.51

Top 10 3 2 1 6

Par 64 75 88 227

Score v. Par 1.94 2.14 2.75 2.27

Top 20 5 7 3 15

Low Rd. 67 68 68 67 Rounds Counted 25 29 N/A 54

Par or Better 1 4 1 6

Top 10 (20) 3 (5) 2 (7) 1 (3) 6 (15)

Par 3 Avg. 3.04 3.23 N/A 3.14

Best Rounds 18 36 54 67 138 207 68 138 211 68 141 216 67 138 207

Par 4 Avg. 4.15 4.19 N/A 4.17

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Wins Losses Ties 548 237 32 682 252 30 426 362 45 1,656 851 107

Par 5 Avg. 4.92 4.75 N/A 4.84


ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Austin Cook Tournament-by-Tournament 2011-12 T6 T18 T51 T22 2 T30 T15 T9

Gopher Invitational 71-74-74--219 (+3) Golfweek Conf. Challenge 68-76-76--220 (+4) Jack Nicklaus Invite 85-79-72--236 (+20) Windon Memorial Classic 67-71-77--215 (+5) Cabo Collegiate 71-69-67--207 (-6) Gator Invitational 70-76-76--222 (+12) John Hayt Invitational 78-72-70--220 (+4) General Hackler Invite 76-70-73--219 (+6) Collegiate Match Play L, L, W, W T42 The Woodlands All-Amer. 72-71-77--220 (+4) T23 SEC Championships 71-71-73--215 (+5) T30 NCAA S. Central Regional 79-73-71--223 (+7)

2010-11 T18 T2 T51 T21 T17 T41 T18 T11 T35 T36 T14 T10

Gopher Invitational 73-74-77--224 (+8) Cabo Collegiate 72-72-68--212 (-4) Jack Nicklaus Invitational 75-85-78--238 (+28) Royal Oaks Intercollegiate 71-71--142 (E) Battle at the Beach 68-73-74--215 (+5) John Hayt Invitational 75-73-78--226 (+10) Seminole Intercollegiate 69-75-72--216 (+3) Border Olympics 69-69-73--211 (-5) Morris Williams Intercoll. 77-76-79--232 (+19) SEC Championships 73-79-71--223 (+13) NCAA Southeast Regional 71-70-72--213 (-3) NCAA Championships 70-74-73--217 (+1)

2009-10 T16 T44 T20 T47 T2 T31 T41 T23 T22 62 T22 T40

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Gopher Invitational 70-74-76--220 (+4) Wolverine at Radrick Farms 69-78-77--224 (+8) Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate 71--71 (+1) Baylor Intercollegiate 79-72-76--227 (+14) Redstone Challenge 72--72 (E) Battle at the Beach 70-73-73--216 (+3) Border Olympics 73-77-77--227 (+11) Seminole Intercollegiate 76-73-71--220 (+7) Oregon Duck Invitational 68-73-79--220 (+4) Morris Williams Intercoll. 75-76-82--233 (+20) SEC Championships 69-72-75--216 (+6) NCAA Southeast Regional 75-72-73--220 (+10)

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Kolton Crawford 6-2 • Sophomore • 1 letter Mansfield, Texas Mansfield HS FRESHMAN (2011-12)

Played 10 tournaments, averaging 73.27 ... SEC All-Freshman Team ... two top 10 and four top 20 finishes ... tied for third at The Woodlands All-American with six-under par, 210 ... won all four of his matches at the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship including the clinching match for Arkansas on a playoff hole ... four rounds in the 60s ... three tournament at or below par ... tied for 42nd at the SEC Championships ... individual record of 492-231-20 (.676) ... 23 of his 27 rounds counted toward Arkansas’ team score ... SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll ... Athletic Department Athletic Director’s List (3.53.99) for fall semester and Honor Roll for spring semester ... placed 12th at the Texas Amateur at three-under par, 210 ... tied for 13th at the Trans-Mississippi Championship, shooting eight-over par for four rounds.

MANSFIELD HIGH SCHOOL A two-time district champion as an individual, Crawford was the first freshman to win an individual district title at Mansfield High School ... has numerous individual titles to his credit including the Lockwood Classic and the Pebble Creek Classic which he has won twice ... Led Mansfield High School to three district championships, two regional titles and a third- and fourth-place finish at the state championship ... as an amateur he placed in the top five in three ASGA tournaments as a junior while also participating in the US Junior Am ... he also owns a pair of holes-in-one to his credit with the first coming when he was eight-years-old ... qualified for the US Amateur with second-place finish ... tied for 216th at US Amateur ... tied for third at the Texas Amateur ... tied for 25th at the Texas State Open, shooting three rounds in the 60s. PERSONAL Born June 24, 1992 ... son of Kevin and Kathleen Crawford ... has a younger sister Kailey ... majoring in recreation and sports management.

Season Tournaments Rds. 2011-12 10 30 Totals 10 30

Season Tournaments 2011-12 10 Totals 10

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First 0 0

Strokes Avg. 2,198 73.27 2,198 73.27

Top 5 1 1

Top 10 2 2

Par 62 62

Score v. Par 2.07 2.07

Top 20 4 4

Low Rd. 68 68 Rounds Counted 23 23

Par or Better 3 3

Top 10 (20) 2 (4) 2 (4)

Par 3 Avg. 3.11 3.11

Best Rounds 18 36 54 68 137 210 68 137 210

Par 4 Avg. 4.21 4.21

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Wins Losses Ties 492 231 20 492 231 20

Par 5 Avg. 4.84 4.84


ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Kolton Crawford Tournament-by-Tournament 2011-12 T32 T6 T37 T33 T11 T35 14 T28

Gopher Invitational 73-73-82--228 (+12) Golfweek Conf. Challenge 72-73-70--215 (-1) Jack Nicklaus Invite 82-74-73--229 (+13) Windon Memorial Classic 69-72-76--217 (+7) Cabo Collegiate 75-70-68--213 (E) Gator Invitational 77-72-74--223 (+13) John Hayt Invitational* 77-70-72--219 (+3) General Hackler Invite 74-76-74--224 (+11) Collegiate Match Play W, W, W, W T3 The Woodlands All-Amer. 68-69-73--210 (-6) T42 SEC Championships 77-72-71--220 (+10) *competed as an individual

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Joe Doramus 6-0 • Junior • 1 letter Little Rock, Ark. Central HS SOPHOMORE (2011-12)

Played in one tournament, averaging 73.33 ... tied for 22nd at the Cabo Collegiate with six-over par, 220 ... one round in the 60s ... individual record of 42-21-2 (.662) ... Athletic Department Athletic Director’s List (3.5-3.99) for fall semester and Academic Champion (4.0) for spring semester ... SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll ... tied for 23rd at the Trans-Mississippi Championship at 11-over par ... tied for third at Arkansas Stroke Play.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2010-11) Did not compete in any tournaments ... SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll ... SEC Community Service Team ... Athletic Department Academic Champion (4.0) for spring semester ... tied for eighth at the Southeastern Amateur, shooting two rounds of 69 ... won the Arkansas Southern Amateur qualifier with round of 70 to advance to the event ... also played in the Palmetto Amateur and Western Amateur. REDSHIRT (2009-10) Redshirted during the 2009-10 season ... SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll ... named to the Athletic Department’s Academic Athletic Director’s List with a 3.66 GPA in the fall and to the Academic Champions List in the spring for a perfect 4.0 GPA ... tied for second at the Arkansas State Golf Association’s Men’s and Mid-Senior Stroke Play over the summer while also participating in the Southern Amateur. CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Led the Tigers to the 7A title as a sophomore and earned medalist honors as both a sophomore and senior ... top five finish at the AJGA Dodge/Bob Estes Abilene Junior ... winner on the 2008 Texas Junior Golf Tour at the Tyler Rose Invitational ... tied for 11th at the 2009 Bob Estes Abilene Junior ... tied for 14th at the 2009 Elbit Systems of America Junior Golf Classic ... tied for 11th at the 2009 Western Junior Championship ... tied for eighth at the 2009 Under Armour/Hunter Mahan Championship. PERSONAL Born Jan. 15, 1991 ... son of Mark and Laura Doramus ... has two older siblings, Mark and Ellen ... majoring in finance.

Season Tournaments Rds. 2011-12 1 3 Totals 1 3

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Strokes Avg. 220 73.33 220 73.33

Top 5 0 0

Top 10 0 0

Par 7 7

Score v. Par 2.33 2.33

Top 20 0 0

Low Rd. 68 68 Rounds Counted 0 0

Par or Better 0 0

Top 10 (20) 0 (0) 0 (0)

Par 3 Avg. 3.33 3.33

Best Rounds 18 36 54 77 152 220 77 152 220

Par 4 Avg. 4.22 4.22

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Wins Losses Ties 42 21 2 42 21 2

Par 5 Avg. 4.67 4.67


ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Joe Doramus Tournament-by-Tournament 2009-10 T22 Cabo Collegiate

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Nicolas Echavarria 5-11 • Freshman • High School Medellin, Colombia The Columbus School

THE COLUMBUS SCHOOL No. 4 player in the class of 2012 by Golfweek and No. 6 boys player overall as of Aug. 20, 2012 ... 2011 2nd team AJGA Rolex All-American ... member of Colombian National team ... placed third at the Junior World Golf Championship as a junior ... took third at the 2011 Canadian International Junior Challenge ... semifinalist at the US Junior Amateur in 2011 ... placed third at Doral/Publix Junior Classic as a sophomore while also winning the Colombian Amateur ... tied for medalist honors during stroke play of U.S. Junior Amateur in 2012 and advanced to the semifinals, for the second straight year, of match play ... tied for sixth in U.S. Open qualifying in 2012 ... tied for 14th at HP Boys Championship. PERSONAL Born Aug. 4, 1994 ... son of Emilio and Ana Marra Echavarria ... has two older brothers, Andres and Miguel ... his brother Andres played at Florida and Miguel is a senior at Michigan ... majoring in marketing.

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Josh Eure

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5-11 • Senior • 3 letters Crofton, Md. South River HS JUNIOR (2011-12) Played in nine tournaments, averaging 73.30 ... three top 10 and five top 20 finishes ... second at the Golfweek Conference Challenge with six-under par 210 ... made the second largest improvement in terms of stroke average compared to career stroke average (1.22) ... two tournaments below par ... four rounds in the 60s ... individual record of 458-197-29 (.691) ... 15 of his 21 rounds counted toward Arkansas’ team score ... Athletic Department Honor Roll (3.0-3.49) for fall semester and Athletic Director’s list (3.5-3.99) for spring semester ... SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll ... tied for 23rd at the Patriot All-America during the winter break ... won the Maryland Amateur, defeating five players in a match-play style tournament ... tied for 29th at the Rice Planters Amateur ... tied for 16th at the Maryland Open with three-round score of four-under par. SOPHOMORE (2010-11) Played in six tournaments, averaging 74.53 ... one top 10 and one top 20 finish ... tied for seventh at the Gopher Invitational with one-under par 215 ... one tournament below par ... one round in the 60s ... tied for 49th at the SEC Championships ... individual record of 207-187-14 (.525) ... five of his nine rounds counted toward Arkansas’ team score ... SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll ... Athletic Department Honor Roll (3.0-3.49) for spring semester ... tied for 11th at the Maryland Amateur and Maryland Open ... went 1-1 in match play at the North & South Amateur. FRESHMAN (2009-10) Played in 11 tournaments, averaging 74.52 ... two top 10 and two top 20 finishes ... tied for eighth at the Oregon Duck Invitational with two-under par 214 ... one tournament below par ... 50th at the SEC Championships ... tied for 49th at the NCAA Southeast Regional ... individual record of 332-405-31 (.452) ... SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll ... named to the Athletic Department’s Academic Honor Roll in the fall semester and to the Athletic Director’s List in the spring with a 3.60 GPA ... won U.S. Amateur sectional qualifier in Maryland and tied for 118th at the U.S. Amateur while also playing in the Eastern Amateur. SOUTH RIVER HIGH SCHOOL Two-time winner of the Maryland State High School Championship ... won the 2008 Maryland State Boys Golf title ... four-time team captain and four-time team MVP ... won the Golfweek Junior Invitational ... two-time Maryland State Boys Junior Amateur (2007, 2008) medalist ... sixth at AJGA Nationwide in 2008-09 ... member of the National Honor Society, the SRHS Athletic Council and yearbook committee. PERSONAL Born May 7, 1991 ... son of Ron and Henrietta Eure ... has a younger sister, Kelsey ... majoring in marketing.

Season Tournaments Rds. 2011-12 9 27 2010-11 6 17 2009-10 11 29 Totals 36 73

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Strokes 1,979 1,267 2,161 5,407

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Avg. 73.30 74.53 74.52 74.07

Top 10 3 1 2 6

Par 53 66 105 224

Score v. Par 1.96 3.88 3.62 3.07

Top 20 5 1 2 8

Low Rd. 67 69 70 67 Rounds Counted 15 5 N/A 20

Par or Better 2 1 1 4

Top 10 (20) 3 (5) 1 (1) 2 (2) 6 (8)

Par 3 Avg. 3.17 3.24 N/A 3.19

Best Rounds 18 36 54 69 138 210 72 144 215 70 143 214 69 138 210

Par 4 Avg. 4.18 4.33 N/A 4.24

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Wins Losses Ties 458 197 29 207 187 14 332 405 31 997 789 74

Par 5 Avg. 4.84 4.71 N/A 4.80


ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Josh Eure Tournament-by-Tournament 2011-12 2 T29 T8 T15 T14 T27 T35 T10 T66

Golfweek Conf. Challenge 70-68-72--210 (-6) Jack Nicklaus Invite 73-76-77--226 (+10) Windon Memorial Classic 70-69-73--212 (+2) Cabo Collegiate 70-74-72--216 (+3) Gator Invitational* 69-72-76--217 (+7) John Hayt Invitational 74-78-71--223 (+7) General Hackler Invite 72-79-75--226 (+13) The Woodlands All-Amer. 73-67-73--213 (-3) NCAA S. Central Regional 80-80-76--236 (+20)

2010-11 T7 42 T29 T45 T21 T49

Cabo Collegiate* 76-69-70--215 (-1) Jack Nicklaus Invitational 75-75-80--230 (+20) Royal Oaks Intercollegiate* 72-72--144 (+2) Battle at the Beach 77-74-70--221 (+11) Morris Williams Intercoll.* 78-77-73--228 (+15) SEC Championships 76-77-76--229 (+19)

2009-10 T40 T44 T36 T10 T64 T35 T43 T8 T37 50 T49

Fighting Irish Classic 74-77-75--226 (+16) Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate 74--74 (+4) Baylor Intercollegiate 74-75-73--222 (+9) Redstone Challenge 77--77 (+5) Battle at the Beach 79-74-71--224 (+11) Border Olympics 75-76-74--225 (+9) Seminole Intercollegiate 72-74-80--226 (+13) Oregon Duck Invitational 70-73-71--214 (-2) Morris Williams Intercoll. 71-81-75--227 (+14) SEC Championships 72-77-76--225 (+15) NCAA Southeast Regional 76-73-72--221 (+11)

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William Meason 6-3 • Junior • 1 letter Alpharetta, Ga. Alpharetta HS/Mercer SOPHOMORE (2011-12)

Played in one tournament, averaging 77.33 ... tied for 45th at the Gopher Invitational with 16-over par, 232 ... individual record of 24-44-6 (.365) ... Athletic Department Athletic Director’s List (3.53.99) for fall semester and Academic Champion (4.0) for spring semester ... SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll ... tied for 46th at the Southeastern Amateur at 13-over par ... shot 158 after two rounds of the Trans-Mississippi Championship to tie for 119th.

REDSHIRT (2010-11) Redshirted his sophomore year after transferring from Mercer ... SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll and SEC FirstYear Academic Honor Roll ... Athletic Department Athletic Director’s List (3.5-3.99) for spring semester ... tied for 63rd at the Southeastern Amateur ... tied for 49th at the Rice Planters Amateur ... finished 87th at the Trans-Mississippi Amateur. FRESHMAN (2009-10 at Mercer) Played in 11 tournaments, averaging 74.4 ... one top 10 and three top 20 finishes ... Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team ... tied for ninth at the Rees Jones with a 225 ... two rounds under 70 ... led the Bears in tournaments played, rounds and average ... tied for 22nd at the Atlantic Sun Championship ... named to Dean’s List both semesters. ALPHARETTA HS Led Alpharetta to the 7-5A region golf championship as a senior ... named all-region team ... won the Heath Slocum Invitational his final season with a low rounds of 67 and 66 ... was the low junior golfer at the Georgia Amateur as a junior ... qualified for the state amateur every year between 2007 and 2010 ... graduated with honors. PERSONAL Born March 26, 1991 ... son of Bill and Teresa Meason ... has two younger siblings, Erin and Thomas ... majoring in finance.

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Strokes Avg. 232 77.33 2,306 74.39 2,538 74.65

Top 5 0 0 0

Top 10 0 1 1

Par 16 88 104

Score v. Par 5.33 2.84 3.06

Top 20 0 3 3

Low Rd. 75 67 67 Rounds Counted 1 N/A 1

Par or Better 0 1 1

Top 10 (20) 0 (0) 1 (3) 1 (3)

Par 3 Avg. 3.25 N/A 3.25

Best Rounds 18 36 54 79 154 232 71 140 219 71 140 144

Par 4 Avg. 4.37 N/A 4.37

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Wins Losses Ties 24 44 6 N/A N/A N/A 24 44 6

Par 5 Avg. 5.17 N/A 5.17


ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF William Meason Tournament-by-Tournament 2011-12 T45 Gopher Invitational

79-75-78--232 (+16)

2009-10 * at Mercer T30 T9 T15 T62 T47 T42 T22 T38 T13 T26 T22

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VCU Shootout 77-71-74--222 (+6) Rees Jones Collegiate 78-72-75--225 (+9) Brickyard Collegiate 74-70--144 (E) Aldila Invitational 80-69-81--230 (+14) Hummingbird Invitational 74-74--148 (+6) John Hayt Intercollegiate 75-77-77--229 (+13) Cleveland Golf Palmetto Invite 73-67-80--220 (+10) Seminole Collegiate 78-76-71--225 (+12) Linger Longer Invitational 74-71-74--219 (+3) Irish Creek Intercollegiate 74-71-76--221 (+8) Atlantic Sun Championship 71-74-78--223 (+7)

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Taylor Moore 5-10 • Freshman • High School Edmond, Okla. Memorial HS

MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL No. 2 player in the class of 2012 by Golfweek and No. 3 boys player overall as of Aug. 20, 2012 ... 2011 second-team and 2010 honorable mention Rolex all-American ... 2011 U.S. Junior Amateur round of 16 ... won the Best of the West Classic and Texas/Oklahoma Red River Invitational in 2011 ... all-state performer ... won 14 tournaments over four years at Memorial High School ... three-time 6A conference champion ... two-time 6A Regional champion ... two-time Oklahoma state champion ... led Memorial High School to 15 team titles in four years including three conference championships and one regional title ... tied for fifth at Rolex Tournament of Champions in 2012 with back-to-back roudns in the 60s ... tied for second at Junior Invitational with four-under par score ... tied for 29th at Southwestern Amateur ... tied for 26th at Trans-Mississippi Championship. PERSONAL Born July 28, 1993 ... son of Rod and Melinda Moore ... has a younger brother Payton ... his parents are both University of Arkansas graduates ... his father was a two-year lettermen on the baseball team ... majoring in business.

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Thomas Sorensen 6-2 • Sophomore • 1 letter Hjorring, Denmark Herningsholm Gymnasium

FRESHMAN (2011-12) Played in seven tournaments, averaging 73.61 ... joined the Razorbacks in January ... tied for third at The Woodlands All-American with six-under par score, 210 ... went 3-0-1 at the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship ... one tournament below par ... two rounds in the 60s ... tied for 15th at the SEC Championships ... score at the SEC Championship (213) tied for the seventh best all-time by a Razorback individual and third best at Seaside Golf Course ... tied for 46th at the NCAA Bowling Green Regional ... individual record of 266-171-19 (.604) ... 11 of his 15 rounds counted toward Arkansas’ team score ... Athletic Director’s list (3.5-3.99) for spring semester ... tied for third at the Danish International Amateur ... finished third at European Amateur with two rounds in the 60s and four-round score of 279. HERNINGSHOLM GYMNASIUM

National team player for his native Denmark since 2011 ... junior national team player since 2007 ... won the 2011 Danish Stroke Play Championship ... shot a career best nine-under par, 62, at Hjorring Golf Club in 2008 ... participated in the European Men’s Team Championship in Portugal in 2011 ... won the Danish Junior in 2010 ... tied for eighth at the Junior World Cup in Japan in 2010 ... holds a personal best score of 14-under par which he set at the Tournament for Members in his native Hjorring. PERSONAL Born Nov. 19, 1992 ... son of Bente Sorensen ... he is majoring in recreation and sports management.

Season Tournaments Rds. 2011-12 6 18 Totals 6 18

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Strokes Avg. 1,325 73.61 1,325 73.61

Top 5 1 1

Top 10 1 1

Par 44 44

Score v. Par 2.44 2.44

Top 20 2 2

Low Rd. 67 67 Rounds Counted 11 11

Par or Better 1 1

Top 10 (20) 1 (2) 1 (2)

Par 3 Avg. 3.31 3.31

Best Rounds 18 36 54 67 139 210 67 139 210

Par 4 Avg. 4.16 4.16

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Par 5 Avg. 4.85 4.85


ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Thomas Sorensen Tournament-by-Tournament 2011-12 T30 Gator Invitational 79-75-68--222 (+12) T53 John Hayt Invitational 74-79-75--228 (+12) T30 General Hackler Invite* 75-76-74--225 (+12) Collegiate Match Play W, W, W, AS T3 The Woodlands All-Amer. 67-72-71--210 (-6) T15 SEC Championships 72-70-71--213 (+3) T46 NCAA S. Central Regional 74-80-73--227 (+11) *competed as an individual

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Brad McMakin Head Coach Seventh Year Oklahoma, 1991

Brad McMakin is in his seventh year at the helm of the Arkansas men’s golf program and is the 14th head coach in school history. The McMakin tenure is the second-longest by an Arkansas men’s golf coach and he has signed a long-term contract to remain with the Razorbacks. A highly successful coach prior to joining the Razorbacks, McMakin turned around the Arkansas program in just two years and took the team to new heights in the spring of 2009 when he led them to a runner-up finish at the NCAA Championships. In his six seasons as the head Razorback, McMakin’s teams have been to five NCAA Regional Championships, two NCAA Championships and placed in the top four of the Southeastern Conference Championships twice. Individually, McMakin was named the SEC Coach of the Year in 2009 and was a finalist for the Dave Williams National Coach of the Year award in 2011. While his teams have shown an ability to rise to the best competition, it is McMakin’s ability to recruit and cultivate top notch talent that makes him successful. Since his arrival, Arkansas has been awarded 13 All-SEC selections and nine All-America honors. Some of his most recent former standouts include David Lingmerth and Andrew Landry, the tandem that paced Arkansas to the 2009 NCAA runner-up finish. Landry, a three-time All-American, completed his eligibility after the 2009 season, less than a month after that momentous occasion, began his professional career on the Nationwide Tour. Lingmerth earned a second All-America honor in 2010 and became the first Arkansas player to play in the prestigious Palmer Cup that summer going 2-2 in the Ryder-Cup style format. Arkansas’ 2008-09 season was certainly one for the record books as it shocked some of best programs in the nation on its way to NCAA runner-up honors. Finishing outside the top five in just one of 13 tournaments that season, the Razorbacks put together an impressive spring that included five straight second-place finishes which included the SEC, NCAA Regional and NCAA Championships. The Hogs defeated Washington (3 & 2), and Georgia (3-1-1) in match play at the national championships before eventually falling on the final hole to Texas A&M. Arkansas’ impressive spring earned McMakin SEC Coach of the Year honors making him the first Razorback skipper to take the distinction. The Razorbacks enjoyed one of their most successful seasons in school history in 2011-12 when McMakin led Arkansas to a school record seven team victories in 10 regular-season tournaments. His squad also posted one of Arkansas’ best team stroke averages and had three players named all-conference, two all-region and nine all-Americans. His seven-win season makes McMakin the second most successful coach in Arkansas history in terms of career victories (16) and he is on pace to shatter the Razorback record held by Bill Woodley who won 24 tournaments over a 14-year career. Overall, McMakin has a winning percentage of .718 (732-283-15). Before his move to Fayetteville, McMakin was the head coach at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, where he spent a decade. In 2006, he led the Cardinals to a ninth-place finish at the NCAA Championships and they won an NCAA-best seven tournaments in 13 events in 2006, placing two golfers in the top 10 individual finishers at the NCAA Championships. After arriving at Lamar, McMakin revitalized the program, returning it to the top of the Southland Conference (SLC) and back onto the national scene. In his 10-year stint, Lamar won five SLC titles, made six-consecutive NCAA Central Regional appearances and earned its first trip to the NCAA Championships (2006) in 20 years (1986). In McMakin’s final six seasons at Lamar, the Cardinals had three players earn All-America honors, three golfers capture SLC individual medalist honors, 21 all-conference performers, a newcomer of the year, three freshmen of the year and the conference’s only fourtime player of the year. A native of Beaumont, Texas, McMakin was named the Eaton/Golf Pride South Central Region Coach of the Year in 2006 after leading his squad to the NCAA Championships and a fifth-place showing at the NCAA Central Regional. The Cardinals captured their 20th Southland Conference championship and placed all five players on the all-conference team. McMakin was tabbed as the SLC Coach of the Year five times (1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006) in his 10-year run at Lamar. Prior to accepting the head coaching job at Lamar, McMakin spent four years as a professional golfer, competing on several mini tours as well as playing on the Nike and Hooters Tours. Originally signing with Lamar out of high school, McMakin transferred to Oklahoma when former LU coach Greg Grost accepted the Oklahoma men’s golf job. It proved to be a wise move for McMakin as he would help the Sooners win a national championship during the 1989 season. McMakin, a co-captain of that squad, served in the same capacity the following year as Oklahoma finished fifth at the national tournament. McMakin was also a standout golfer on the Kelly High School golf team. He was a regular in the TCIL state tournament and earned medalist honors four times. While at Kelly, McMakin played for former Lamar coach Charles Rodemacher. The 40-year old McMakin earned a bachelor degree in communications from Oklahoma in 1991. He and his wife, Tonia, have one son - Matthew (8).

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF McMakin Coaching Noteables at Arkansas Two National Championship Team Appearances • 2009 (2nd) • 2011 (15th)

Five NCAA Regional Championship Appearances • • • • •

2008 (T19th-Central) 2009 (2nd-Central) 2010 (8th-Southeast) 2011 (5th-Southeast) 2012 (6th-South Central)

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Sebastian Cappelen (2011) Sam Chavez (2008) Austin Cook (2010) Kolton Crawford (2012) Ethan Tracy (2009)

Southeastern Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year • Austin Cook (2012)

16 Team Victories • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Five Southeastern Conference All-Freshmen Team Players

Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year

Border Olympics (2008, 2011) Cabo Collegiate (2010, 2011) Callaway Collegiate Match Play (2012) Del Walker Intercollegiate (2006) Fighting Irish Golf Classic (2008) Golfweek Conference Challenge (2011) Gopher Invitational (2011) John Hayt Invitational (2011, 2012) Maryland Intercollegiate (2008) Redstone Challenge (2010) Seminole Intercollegiate (2011) The Woodlands All-American Intercollegiate (2012) Windon Memorial Classic (2011)

• 2009

Dave Williams National Coach of the Year Finalist • 2011

One Western Amateur Champion • Ethan Tracy (2011)

Eight Individual Victories • Sebastian Cappelen (Seminole Intercollegiate, 2011) (Cabo Collegiate, 2011) • Andrew Landry (Reunion Intercollegiate, 2009) • David Lingmerth (Battle at the Beach, 20010) • Jamie Marshall (Wolverine at Radrick Farms, 2009) (Cabo Collegiate, 2010) • Ethan Tracy (Maryland Invitational, 2008) • Jason Turner (Oklahoma Intercollegiate, 2007)

Nine All-Americans • • • • •

Sebastian Cappelen (HM-2011, HM-2012) Austin Cook (HM-2011) Andrew Landry (HM-2007, HM-2008, 3rd-2009) David Lingmerth (HM-2009, HM-2010) Ethan Tracy (HM-2012)

Three Palmer Cup Participants • Sebastian Cappelen (2011, 2012) • David Lingmerth (2010)

Nine All-Southeastern Conference Players • • • •

Sebastian Cappelen (2nd-2011, 1st-2012) Andrew Landry (2nd-2007, 2nd-2008, 1st-2009) David Lingmerth (2nd-2009, 1st-2010) Ethan Tracy (2nd-2011, 1st-2012)

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Barrett Lais

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Assistant Coach Third Year Arkansas, 2008 One of the up-and-coming young coaches in college golf, Barrett Lais, is a former Razorback player who rejoined his alma mater prior to the 2010-11 season. A 2008 graduate of the University of Arkansas’ Walton College of Business with a degree in marketing, Lais returned to the Ozarks after a two-year stint with the University of Denver where he served as an assistant coach. In his two seasons with the Razorbacks, Lais has been an integral part of 11 Arkansas victories, a school record for any two-year span. Arkansas has participated in a pair of NCAA Regionals and advanced to the NCAA Championship in 2011, finishing 15th. He has spent a good portion of his time working with junior-to-be Sebastian Cappelen at various events and the time has paid dividends as the Dane is poised to be one of the best golfers in Arkansas history. Along with his on-course responsibilities, Lais handles travel, recruiting and player development. “I am really excited to bring Barrett back as an assistant coach,” Arkansas head coach Brad McMakin said upon Lais’ hire. “Barrett is young and ambitious and brings a knowledge of the Razorback program. He gained a lot of experience in his time at Denver, experience that will help him succeed here. Barrett did an exceptional job recruiting at Denver and signed the No. 1 players from Norway and from Arizona.” Lais helped guide the Denver program to 11 top-five tournament finishes as well as an NCAA Regional appearance in 2009 during his two-year stint with the program. He coached senior Espen Kofstad to the NCAA Championships as an individual. Kolfstad’s play earned him PING Division I Honorable Mention All-Region honors. Kofstad and Daniel Wax each earned all-conference recognition and all-region honors in 2009. Along with his prowess as a recruiter, Lais is also a certified golfing machine authorized instructor. As a player for the Razorbacks, Lais participated in 15 tournaments over four years and 45 rounds, averaging 75.60 strokes. He placed 11th at the Gopher Invitational in 2007 and hit a career low round of 68 at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic, also in 2007. As a senior in 2007-08 he played in a career high six tournaments and 18 rounds with a 75.00 stroke average. He was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll four times and was named to several University of Arkansas academic award lists. In addition to the time spent on the course and in the classroom, Lais also participated in the First Tee program and served as a golf camp instructor. Lais is married to Jessica (LaMar), who also graduated from Arkansas. The couple welcomed the birth of their first child, son Hudson LaMar, in February of 2011.

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Fred W. and Mary B. Smith Razorback Golf Training Facility

Arkansas’ state-of-the-art training facility allows the Razorbacks to practice on various surfaces and analyze their swings.

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Razorback Putting Lab

The putting lab at the training facility allows Arkansas’ coaches to make the Razorbacks the best in the country on the greens

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Home of numerous amateur events, the 2011 SEC Women’s Championship and the future host of a 2013 NCAA Men’s Golf Regional

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Hole 1 Par 4 • 435 yards

Hole 2 Par 5 • 635 yards

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Hole 3 Par 4 • 462 yards

Hole 4 Par 5 • 560 yards

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Hole 5 Par 3 • 185 yards

Hole 6 Par 4 • 444 yards

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Hole 7 Par 4 • 415 yards

Hole 8 Par 3 • 245 yards

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Hole 9 Par 5 • 535 yards

Hole 10 Par 3 • 155 yards

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Hole 11 Par 4 • 420 yards

Hole 12 Par 5 • 635 yards

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Hole 13 Par 4 • 420 yards

Hole 14 Par 4 • 442 yards

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Hole 15 Par 3 • 210 yards

Hole 16 Par 5 • 543 yards

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Hole 17 Par 3 • 250 yards

Hole 18 Par 4 • 512 yards

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF 2011-12 Notes All-Americans Senior Ethan Tracy and sophomore Sebastian Cappelen were named honorable mention PING AllAmericans by the Golf Coaches Association of America. Tracy’s honor was his first while Cappelen earned his second in two years.

Hogan Award Senior Ethan Tracy was a candidate for the Ben Hogan Award when he was named to the prestigious awards’ watch list in February. Tracy was one of 28 golfers on the list with the award going to the nation’s best golfer.

All-Region The Golf Coaches Association of America named its all-region selections in late May and senior Ethan Tracy and sophomore Sebastian Cappelen were among those selected. Tracy took his third all-region honor (2009, 2011, 2012) with Cappelen taking his second in two years.

Team Academic Award Along with its myriad post-season awards for play on the course, the Golf Coaches Association of America also hands out team academic awards and the Razorbacks earned President’s Special Recognition. The Razorbacks were one of 12 teams in the nation to earn a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or better.

School Record With its victory at the Callaway Match Play Championship, Arkansas set a school record with its sixth tournament win of the 2011-12 season. That record was increased to seven at The Woodlands All-American Intercollegiate. The Razorbacks had won five tournaments in a year two times previously, 1991-92 and 1992-93, but only three or more in a season three times in the past 18 years. Arkansas has victories this season at the Gopher Invitational, Golfweek Conference Challenge, Windon Memorial Classic, Cabo Collegiate, John Hayt Invitational and Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship and The Woodlands All-American Intercollegiate.

Cook Scholar-Athlete of the Year Junior Austin Cook became the first Razorback in school history to earn the SEC Men’s Golf ScholarAthlete of the Year award. A biology major with a 3.8 grade point average, Cook was also third on the team in stroke average while participating in all 12 tournaments Arkansas played in.

Rankings The Razorbacks were hot on the golf course last fall and their abilities were noticed. After an early No. 1 ranking by Golfstat, the Razorbacks opened the spring as a unanimous top 10 team. The season ended with Golfstat ranking the Razorbacks No. 12, while Golfweek had Arkansas at No. 12.

Cook Academic All-District Along with his SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year award, Austin Cook was also named first-team Capital One Academic All-District VI in the spring. The honor is Cook’s first and placed him on the ballot to be voted on for Academic All-America honors.

GolfWeek Individual Ranking Along with its team ranking, Golfweek also has collegiate individual rankings and two Razorbacks are among the top 60 in the country. Ethan Tracy is No. 36 while Sebastian Cappelen is No. 49. Josh Eure (No. 93), Austin Cook (No. 129) and Kolton Crawford (No. 153) are also ranked by Golfweek. Thomas Sorensen is No. 12 among players without enough rounds to qualify for the overall ranking.

Ethan Tracy ended his career with All-America, All-Region and All-SEC honors and was named to the watch list of the Ben Hogan Award.

All-Conference Senior Ethan Tracy and sophomore Sebastian Cappelen were each named to the first team while freshman Kolton Crawford earned allfreshman honors when the SEC released its list of post-season awards. The three award winners marks the third time in school history that Arkansas has had three on the All-SEC teams, but just the second that it had multiple first-team members.

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF 2011-12 Notes World Amateur Ranking Several Arkansas players were ranked in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. On April 29, 2012, Sebastian Cappelen is No. 21, Ethan Tracy is No. 38, Kolton Crawford is No. 80, Austin Cook is No. 116, Josh Eure is No. 172, and Thomas Sorensen is No. 256.

Sorensen Finishes Tied for 15th Freshman Thomas Sorensen had his best event as a collegiate at the 2012 SEC Championship, tying for 15th. Sorensen carded a three-round score of 213, three-over par, with rounds of 72, 70 and 71. Sorensen is the second Arkansas freshman to finish among the top 15 individuals in two years.

Fifth at SEC The Razorbacks began the 2012 SEC Championship in rough fashion, going way over par before settling down and finishing fifth overall. Arkansas’ finish was an improvement from 2011’s sixth-place showing and is the fourth straight season that Arkansas has placed in the top six at the event. Tracy Cards 67 Ethan Tracy’s second-round score of 67 at the SEC Championships matched the fourth best single round score in Arkansas history at the SEC meet. Tracy tied Dalton Owens (2010) and David White (1993) and was three strokes off Bud Still’s school record single-round tally of 64 which he set in 1995. Tracy’s score also matches the second best at Seaside Golf Course where Arkansas has played the SEC Championships 10 times. Adam Wing’s third round 65 at the 2003 Championship is Arkansas’ all-time best and Tracy matched Dalton Owns.

Great Second Round Arkansas’ second round team score of 280 at the SEC Championships was two strokes off Arkansas’ school record at an SEC event. The Razorbacks’ second round consisted of a 67 by Ethan Tracy, 70 by Thomas Sorensen, 71 by Austin Cook and 72 by Sebastian Cappelen and Kolton Crawford. The score matched the mark of 1995’s third round and was two off the pace of the 2010 team’s first round. That squad counted scores of 67, 69, 70 and 72. How far They’ve Come The Razorbacks walked off the course after the first round of the SEC Championship frustrated with their score of 286, but that score matched the ninth best in school history. It was also the exact same team score as Arkansas shot in 2011 when they left the course feeling good about their first round.

Joining the Razorbacks in January, Thomas Sorensen had an impressive spring semester.

Sorensen’s Score Of little note at the time, Thomas Sorensen’s overall score of 213, three-over par, matched the seventh best by an Arkansas player at the SEC Championships all-time. Bud Still holds the school record when he won the event in 1995 with a score of 206. Sorensen’s 213 is the third best score by an Arkansas player at Seaside Golf Club in Arkansas’ 10 years at the course. David Lingmerth shot 210 in 2010, Dalton Owens carded a 211 in 2010 and Sorensen matched Andrew Dahl (2004) with his 213.

Constantly Improving One of the best things that you can say about a coach and his staff is that their players are consistently improving and in Arkansas’ case that is certainly the case. Of Arkansas’ four players that have at least one season, three of the four have improved stroke averages with the fourth close. The largest improvement from career average to this season has been Josh Eure’s 1.89, going from 74.52 to 72.63 as a junior. Ethan Tracy’s improvement has also been stunning, going from 73.52 to 71.83 as a senior (1.69). No. 1 Following its victory at the Golfweek Conference Challenge, the Razorbacks debuted at No. 1 in the first Golfstat ranking on Sept. 28. It was the first time since Oct. 22, 1997 that Arkansas’ men’s golf team was ranked No. 1 in the country in any poll.

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF 2011-12 Season Results & Statistics Date Sept. 11-12 Sept. 25-27 Oct. 10-11 Oct. 16-17 Oct. 27-29

Tournament Gopher Invitational Golfweek Conference Challenge Jack Nicklaus Invitational Windon Memorial Classic Cabo Collegiate

Location Wayzata, Minn. Burlington, Iowa Columbus, Ohio Skokie, Ill. Baja California, Mexico

Feb. 10-11 Feb. 26-28 Mar. 11-12 Mar. 18-20 Apr. 9-10 Apr. 20-22 May 17-19

Gator Invitational John Hayt Invitational General Hackler Champ. Callaway Collegiate Match Play The Woodlands All-American SEC Chamionships NCAA South Central Regional

Gainesville, Fla. 288 289 287 Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. 299 292 281 Pawleys Island, S.C. 297 287 294 Bradenton, Fla. W, WSU W, ECU W, Chatt. W, Duke The Woodlands, Texas 280 276 285 St. Simons Island, Ga. 286 280 289 Bowling Green, Ky. 302 292 285

Name E. Tracy S. Cappelen A. Cook K. Crawford J. Eure J. Doramus T. Sorensen W. Meason Team

Tournaments Rounds Strokes Average 11 33 2,368 71.76 11 33 2,383 72.21 11 33 2,416 73.21 10 30 2,198 73.27 9 27 1,979 73.30 1 3 220 73.33 6 8 1,325 73.61 1 3 232 77.33 11 33 9,493 287.67

Par 16 31 64 62 53 7 44 16 85

Rd1 290 280 299 274 281

Rd2 291 294 291 276 276

Rd3 299 285 297 297 274

Score v. Par or Par Low Rd. Better Top 10 (20) 0.48 67 6 7 (9) 0.94 65 3 4 (8) 1.94 67 1 3 (5) 2.07 68 3 2 (4) 1.96 67 2 3 (5) 2.33 68 0 0 (0) 2.44 67 1 1 (2) 5.33 75 0 0 (0) 2.58 274 3 11 (11)

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Par Finish/Teams 16 1st/14 -5 1st/15 23 6th/12 7 1st/17 -21 1st/12

864 872 878

24 8 26

841 855 879

-23 15 15

Best Rounds 18 36 54 68 136 209 68 136 205 67 138 207 68 137 210 69 138 210 77 152 220 67 139 210 79 154 232 274 550 831

Score vs. Par is calculated by adding the total number of strokes over par and dividing by the number of rounds played. Tournament by Tournament Finish Event Lineup Gopher Invitational ........................................ Tracy, Cappelen, Cook, Crawford, Meason Golfweek Conference Challenge ................... Eure, Crawford, Cappelen, Cook, Tracy Jack Nicklaus................................................. Tracy, Eure, Crawford, Cappelen, Cook Windon Memorial Classic .............................. Tracy, Eure, Cook, Cappelen, Crawford Cabo Collegiate ............................................. Cappelen, Cook, Tracy, Crawford, Eure, Doramus* Gator Invitational ........................................... Tracy, Cappelen, Eure*, Cook, Sorensen, Crawford John Hayt Invitational .................................... Tracy, Crawford*, Cappelen, Cook, Eure, Sorensen General Hackler Championship..................... Cook, Cappelen, Tracy, Crawford, Sorensen*, Eure The Woodlands All-American ........................ Cappelen, Crawford, Sorensen, Eure*, Tracy, Cook SEC Championships ..................................... Sorensen, Tracy, Cook, Cappelen, Crawford NCAA South Central Regional....................... Tracy, Cappelen, Cook, Sorensen, Eure

Total 880 859 887 847 831

2nd/14 1st/15 3rd/15 1st/16 1st/15 5th/12 6th/14

Wins Losses Ties 680 120 16 645 148 23 548 237 32 492 231 20 458 197 29 42 21 2 266 171 19 24 44 6 142 17 0


ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF 2011-12 Season Tournament Recaps Gopher Invitational September 11-12, 2011 Spring Hill Golf Club Par 72, 7,020 Yards 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Arkansas North Texas Notre Dame SMU Charlotte Iowa Liberty Kent St. Penn St. Lamar Minnesota Houston Wisconsin Santa Clara

Arkansas Individuals 5 Ethan Tracy T6 Austin Cook T6 Sebastian Cappelen T32 Kolton Crawford T45 William Meason

290-291-299=880 (+16) 294-296-293=883 (+19) 282-295-308=885 (+21) 294-294-304=892 (+28) 296-291-306=893 (+29) 294-295-306=895 (+31) 300-293-303=896 (+32) 302-300-296=898 (+34) 299-304-297=900 (+36) 304-293-306=903 (+39) 295-297-315=907 (+43) 304-301-306=911 (+47) 304-317-320=941 (+77) 316-328-312=956 (+92) 75-72-71=218 (+2) 71-74-74=219 (+3) 71-72-76=219 (+3) 73-73-82=228 (+12) 79-75-78=232 (+16)

2011 Gopher Invitational Champions

Golfweek Conference Challenge

Jack Nicklaus Invitational

September 25-27, 2011 Spirit Hollow Golf Course Par 72, 7,010 Yards

October 10-11, 2011 Muirfield Village Golf Club Par 72, 7,352 Yards

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Arkansas Chattanooga Oklahoma St. New Mexico California Iowa Ball St. Georgia Tech New Mexico St. Tulsa Kennesaw St. SE Louisiana North Texas Xavier UC Irvine

280-294-285=859 (-5) 279-291-296=866 (+2) 283-289-295=867 (+3) 289-291-295=875 (+11) 288-296-294=878 (+14) 283-294-302=879 (+15) 295-291-297=883 (+19) 294-301-294=889 (+25) 301-296-293=890 (+26) 294-306-292=892 (+28) 293-302-299=894 (+30) 293-310-293=896 (+32) 297-305-303=905 (+41) 299-314-295=908 (+44) 298-314-303=915 (+51)

2 T6 T11 T18 T44

Arkansas Individuals Josh Eure 70-68-72=210 (-6) Kolton Crawford 72-73-70=215 (-1) Sebastian Cappelen 70-77-70=217 (+1) Austin Cook 68-76-76=220 (+4) Ethan Tracy 75-78-73=226 (+10)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Texas Ohio St. Illinois Kent St. UCLA Arkansas LSU Purdue TCU Oklahoma St. North Carolina Texas Tech

299-276-287=862 (-2) 286-288-304=878 (+14) 288-300-296=884 (+20) 291-284-310=885 (+21) 289-297-300=886 (+22) 299-291-297=887 (+23) 299-289-305=893 (+29) 305-297-292=894 (+30) 298-299-303=900 (+36) 296-304-303=903 (+39) 301-305-307=913 (+49) 303-296-315=914 (+50)

T5 T29 T37 T37 T51

Arkansas Individuals Ethan Tracy 71-68-75=214 (-2) Josh Eure 73-76-77=226 (+10) Sebastian Cappelen 73-73-83=229 (+13) Kolton Crawford 82-74-73=229 (+13) Austin Cook 85-79-72=236 (+20)

Opening his season with a second-place finish at the Golfweek Conference Challenge, Josh Eure made significant improvements in his game between his sophomore and junior seasons. 2011 Golfweek Conference Challenge Champions

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF 2011-12 Season Tournament Recaps

1 2

Windon Memorial Classic

Cabo Collegiate

October 16-17, 2011 Evanston Golf Club Par 70, 6,793 Yards

October 27-29, 2011 Club Compestre Golf Course Par 71, 6,966 Yards

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Arkansas Indiana UCLA Purdue Northwestern Charlotte Eastern Michigan Michigan Pepperdine Coastal Carolina Harvard Marquette Marshall Idaho Penn St. Loyola-Chicago Florida Atlantic

274-276-297=847 (+7) 283-278-290=851 (+11) 283-284-284=851 (+11) 283-286-287=856 (+16) 274-285-298=857 (+17) 284-282-297=863 (+23) 275-295-295=865 (+25) 286-283-297=866 (+26) 292-285-290=867 (+27) 291-288-293=872 (+32) 294-291-291=876 (+36) 290-291-301=882 (+42) 291-291-302=884 (+44) 289-297-302=888 (+48) 297-295-297=889 (+49) 289-299-302=890 (+50) 296-297-300=893 (+53)

3 T8 T22 T24 T33

Arkansas Individuals Ethan Tracy 68-68-73=209 (-1) Josh Eure 70-69-73=212 (+2) Austin Cook 67-71-77=215 (+5) Sebastian Cappelen 73-68-75=216 (+6) Kolton Crawford 69-72-76=217 (+7)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Arkansas 281-276-274=831 (-21) Southeastern Louisiana 293-282-282=857 (+5) St. Mary’s 292-289-278=859 (+7) San Francisco 295-286-284=865 (+13) Tennessee 295-288-286=869 (+17) Lamar 300-287-288=875 (+23) Loyola Marymount 294-294-289=877 (+25) Santa Clara 294-294-301=889 (+37) Arkansas-Little Rock 302-299-302=903 (+51) UC Irvine 301-308-295=904 (+52) Gonzaga 310-298-302=910 (+58) Cincinnati 312-310-312=934 (+82)

1 2 T5 T11 T15 T22

Arkansas Individuals Sebastian Cappelen 68-68-69=205 (-8) Austin Cook 71-69-67=207 (-6) Ethan Tracy 72-69-70=211 (-2) Kolton Crawford 75-70-68=213 (E) Josh Eure 70-74-72=216 (+3) Joe Doramus * 77-75-68=220 (+7)

Sebastian Cappelen claimed his second collegaite individual title at the Cabo Collegiate with score of eight-under par.

Gator Invitational February 11-12, 2012 Mark Bostick Golf Course Par 70, 6,704 Yards

2011 Windon Memorial Classic Champions

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Auburn Arkansas Florida Central Florida Florida State Liberty Ala.-Birmingham North Florida Mississippi State Georgia Southern Memphis Kennesaw State South Alabama Jacksonville

T3 T9 T14 T30 T30 T35

Arkansas Individuals Ethan Tracy 69-72-72=213 (+3) Sebastian Cappelen 72-70-73=215 (+5) Josh Eure * 69-72-76=217 (+7) Austin Cook 70-76-76=222 (+12) Thomas Sorensen 79-75-68=222 (+12) Kolton Crawford 77-72-74=223 (+13)

* - played as individual

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279-281-288=848 (+8) 288-289-287=864 (+24) 278-287-300=865 (+25) 291-291-289=871 (+31) 285-293-295=873 (+33) 290-288-300=878 (+38) 294-292-296=882 (+42) 290-302-291=883 (+43) 287-300-298=885 (+45) 293-297-298=888 (+48) 293-294-305=892 (+52) 290-311-299=900 (+60) 300-296-306=902 (+62) 313-312-295=920 (+80)


ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF 2011-12 Season Tournament Recaps John Hayt Collegiate Invitational February 26-28, 2012 Sawgrass Country Club Par 72, 6,910 Yards 1 2 3 4 5

12 13 14 15

Arkansas Central Florida North Florida Coastal Carolina North Texas TCU Tennessee LSU Jacksonville Ala.-Birmingham Tulsa Mississippi Georgia Southern Furman Mercer

3 14 T15 T15 T27 T53

Arkansas Individuals Ethan Tracy 74-71-68=213 (-3) Kolton Crawford * 77-70-72=219 (+3) Sebastian Cappelen 77-71-72=220 (+4) Austin Cook 78-72-70=220 (+4) Josh Eure 74-78-71=223 (+7) Thomas Sorensen 74-79-75=228 (+12)

7 8 9 10

299-292-281=872 (+8) 294-294-288=876 (+12) 300-295-282=877 (+13) 296-302-285=883 (+19) 298-293-294=885 (+21) 300-293-292=885 (+21) 295-296-295=886 (+22) 298-298-291=887 (+23) 300-297-291=888 (+24) 307-293-292=892 (+28) 304-293-295=892 (+28) 300-306-294=900 (+36) 316-292-299=907 (+43) 306-306-296=908 (+44) 309-308-293=910 (+46)

Above: 2012 John Hayt Invitational Champions Below: 2012 Callaway Collegiate Match Play Champions

General Hackler Championship March 11-12, 2012 DeBordieu Club Par 71, 7,189 Yards 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

North Florida 300-282-290=872 (+20) East Carolina 292-297-285=874 (+22) Arkansas 297-287-294=878 (+26) New Mexico 296-291-292=879 (+27) Virginia 297-293-296=886 (+34) Augusta State 294-293-302=889 (+37) Coastal Carolina 304-303-292=899 (+47) East Tennessee State 309-305-286=900 (+48) Lamar 311-296-298=905 (+53) Furman 307-295-304=906 (+54) Maryland 304-300-303=907 (+55) Tennessee 322-300-302=924 (+72) Pepperdine 312-299-322=933 (+81) Navy 318-308-313=939 (+87) Air Force 317-326-319=962 (+110)

T9 T14 T18 T28 T30 T35

Arkansas Individuals Austin Cook 76-70-73=219 (+6) Sebastian Cappelen 77-71-72=220 (+7) Ethan Tracy 75-70-77=222 (+9) Kolton Crawford 74-76-74=224 (+11) Thomas Sorensen * 75-76-74=225 (+12) Josh Eure 72-79-75=226 (+13)

Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship March 18-20, 2012 Concession Golf Club Par 72, 7,470 Yards 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Austin Cook tied for ninth at the General Hackler Championship.

Arkansas W, WSU-W, ECU-W, Chatt.-W, Duke Duke W, ASU-W, Ind.-W, Cal.-L, Ark. California W, UNCW-W, Tenn.-L, Duke-W, Chatt. Chattanooga W, USF-W, OSU-L, Ark.-L, Cal. Indiana W, KSU-L, Duke-W, Tenn.-W, ECU East Carolina W, Iowa-L, Ark.-W, OSU-L, Ind. Oklahoma State W, CSU-L, Chatt.-L, ECU-W, Tenn. Tennessee W, LU-L, Cal.-L, Ind.-L, OSU Liberty L, Tenn.-W, UNCW-W, ASU-W, Iowa Iowa L, ECU-W, WSU-W, CSU-L, LU Arizona State L, Duke-W, KSU-L, LU-W, CSU Colorado State L, OSU-W, USF-L, Iowa-L, ASU UNC-Wilimington L, Cal.-L, ASU-W, KSU-W, WSU Washington State L, Ark.-L, Iowa-W, USF-L, UNCW Kennesaw State L, Ind.-L, ASU-L, UNCW-W, USF South Florida L, Chatt.-L, CSU-L, WSU-L, KSU

Arkansas Individuals Sebastian Cappelen W, 3&2-W, 6&5-W, 4&3-W, 4&3 Austin Cook L, 3&1-W, 1up-W, 4&2-W, 3&1 Kolton Crawford W, 1up-W, 5&4-W, 1up-AS, won in playoff Thomas Sorensen W, 3&1-W, 7&6-W, 1up-AS Ethan Tracy L, 2&1-L, 4&3-W, 1up-L, 5&3

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF 2011-12 Season Tournament Recaps SEC Championship April 20-22, 2012 Seaside Golf Course Par 70, 6,898 Yards 1 2 3 4 5 6 9 7 8 10 11 12

Alabama Auburn Florida Georgia Arkansas Ole Miss Kentucky Tennessee Vanderbilt South Carolina LSU Mississippi St.

272-274-282=828 (-12) 277-280-277=834 (-6) 283-278-280=841 (+1) 273-284-293=850 (+10) 286-280-289=855 (+15) 287-285-285=857 (+17) 284-294-288=866 (+26) 285-290-293=868 (+28) 289-286-294=869 (+29) 289-289-293=871 (+31) 296-284-297=877 (+37) 289-290-300=879 (+39)

T15 T23 T23 T27 T42

Arkansas Individuals Thomas Sorensen 72-70-71=213 (+3) Ethan Tracy 73-67-75=215 (+5) Austin Cook 71-71-73=215 (+5) Sebastian Cappelen 70-72-74=216 (+6) Kolton Crawford 77-72-71=220 (+10) Freshman Thomas Sorensen joined the team in January and in April recorded the third best score ever by a Razorback at the SEC Championship held at Sea Island Golf Club.

Kolton Crawford returned to his native Texas and tied for third at The Woodlands AllAmerican Intercollegiate.

The Woodlands All-American Intercollegiate

NCAA Bowling Green Regional May 17-19, 2012 The Club at Olde Stone Par 72, 7,248 Yards

April 9-10, 2012 The Woodlands Country Club Par 72, 7,018 Yards 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Arkansas North Texas Texas A&M SMU Baylor Clemson SE Louisiana Texas State Houston Tulsa La.-Lafayette Texas-Arlington Notre Dame Lamar Rice

T3 T3 T3 T10 T14 T42

Arkansas Individuals Kolton Crawford 68-69-73=210 (-6) Thomas Sorensen 67-72-71=210 (-6) Sebastian Cappelen 74-65-71=210 (-6) Josh Eure* 73-67-73=213 (-3) Ethan Tracy 73-71-70=214 (-2) Austin Cook 72-71-77=220 (+4)

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

280-276-285=841 (-23) 285-275-282=842 (-22) 282-280-283=845 (-19) 290-281-286=857 (-7) 288-288-285=861 (-3) 290-285-288=863 (-1) 290-286-291=867 (+3) 293-290-287=870 (+6) 289-285-297=871 (+7) 289-290-294=873 (+9) 293-287-294=874 (+10) 296-290-293=879 (+15) 295-296-296=887 (+23) 302-297-288=887 (+23) 301-297-309=907 (+43)

11 12 13 14

Chattanooga Texas A&M UCLA Virginia Tech Memphis Arkansas North Texas Northwestern Colorado State Iowa State Clemson Jacksonville State Pennsylvania Alabama State

8 12 T30 T46 T66

Arkansas Individuals Ethan Tracy 76-67-70=213 (-3) Sebastian Cappelen 73-72-71=216 (E) Austin Cook 79-73-71=223 (+7) Thomas Sorensen 74-80-73=227 (+11) Josh Eure 80-80-76=236 (+20)

Ethan Tracy capped his Razorback career with All-Central Region and First-Team AllSEC honors.

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294-281-284=859 (-5) 295-278-287=860 (-4) 284-287-292=863 (-1) 297-286-291=874 (+10) 295-287-294=876 (+12) 302-292-285=879 (+15) 295-299-286=880 (+16) 301-286-294=881 (+17) 294-293-299=886 (+22) 305-288-293=886 (+22) 295-295-297=887 (+23) 308-305-296=909 (+45) 313-304-309=926 (+62) 319-322-329=970 (+106)


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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Year-by-Year Results 1947-48 Date

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

1963-64 Finish 3/8

Score (Par)

Finish 4/8

Score (Par)

Finish 3/8

Score (Par)

Finish 7/8

Score (Par)

1948-49 Date

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Date

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Finish 5/8

Score (Par)

Date

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Finish 2/8

Score (Par)

COACH DANNY MASON THREE SEASONS - 1967-69 1966-67 Date M 29-A 1

1952-53 Date

Score (Par)

1965-66

1951-52 Date

Finish 6/8

1964-65

1949-50 Date

Date

Finish 3/8

Score (Par)

Tournament All-American Intercollegiate SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Finish 9/16 4/8

Score (Par) 1,250 (+98)

Finish W W L L L L L W W L L 2 5/42 11/16 7/8

Score (Par) 11.5-8.5 16-3 3-13 1-15 1-5 2.5-3.5 0-6 4.5-1.5 4-2 1-5 0.5-5.5

1967-68 1953-54 Date

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Date Finish 6/8

Score (Par)

Finish 3/8

Score (Par)

Finish 7/8

Score (Par)

1954-55 Date

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

1955-56 Date

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

1956-57 Date

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Finish 4/8

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

1968-69 Date April 16-19

Finish 1/8

Score (Par)

Tournament All-American Intercollegiate SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Finish

Score (Par)

Date April 14-17

7/8

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Finish 7/8

Score (Par)

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

Tournament All-American Intercollegiate

Finish 8/25

Score (Par) 1,214 (+62)

COACH BOB SLUSAREK SIX SEASONS - 1970-75 Tournament All-American Intercollegiate SWC Championships *Complete results not available

Date April 11-14 Finish 7/8

Score (Par)

Tournament All-American Intercollegiate SWC Championships *Complete results not available

Tournament SWC Standings *Complete results not available

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Score (Par) 1,243 (+91) 889

Finish 23/24 5/9

Score (Par) 1,289 (+23) 902

Finish 23/25 7/9

Score (Par) 1,260 (+108) 967

1973-74 Finish 2/8

Score (Par)

Finish 5/8

Score (Par)

Date April 17-20

Tournament All-American Intercollegiate SWC Championships *Complete results not available

1962-63 Date

Finish 19/24 3/8

1972-73

1961-62 Date

Score (Par) 1,230 (+78)

Date

1960-61 Date

Finish 11/20

1971-72

1959-60 Date

Tournament All-American Intercollegiate

1970-71

1958-59 Date

1,240 (+88)

Score (Par)

1957-58 Date

Tournament @ Tulsa vs. Northeast Oklahoma Tulsa Oklahoma State Baylor* @ Texas A&M* vs. Texas* @ Rice* Texas Christian* @ Texas Tech* Southern Methodist* SW Recreational Miami Invitational April 17-20 All-American Intercollegiate SWC Standings *Complete results not available

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Year-by-Year Results 1974-75 Date Tournament Feb. 27-Mar. 1 State Intercollegiate March 11-14 Miami Invitational March 24-28 Galveston Island Spectacular April 8 Northeast State April 15-19 All-American Intercollegiate April 22 Kansas State May 1 Tulsa May 22-23 SWC Championships *Complete results not available

Finish

1981-82 4/7

607

23/24

1,291 (+141)

7/9

918

COACH THOMAS McNAIR FOUR SEASONS - 1976-78 1975-76 Date April 14-17

Tournament All-American Intercollegiate SWC Championships *Complete results not available

Finish 22/25 7/9

Score (Par) 1,253 (+101) 978

Finish 14/24 T5/9

Score (Par) 1,213 (+61) 918

Finish T11/24 4/9

Score (Par) 1,194 (+42) 894

Finish 5/9

Score (Par) 903

1976-77 Date April 13-16

Tournament All-American Intercollegiate SWC Championships *Complete results not available

1977-78 Date April 12-15

Tournament All-American Intercollegiate SWC Championships *Complete results not available

COACH DAVID WHELCHEL TWO SEASONS - 1982-83

Score (Par)

Date Sept. 14-15 Sept. 23-25 Sept. 27-29 Oct. 6-9 Nov. 9-11 Feb. 6-8 Feb. 19-22 March 5-7 March 26-28 Mar 31-Ap. 3 April 16-18

1982-83 Date Tournament Sept. 13-14 SWC Fall Tournament Sept. U.C. Ferguson All-College Sept. 26-28 Broadwater Beach Classic Oct. Morton Braswell Intercoll. Oct. 22-24 Razorback Invitational Nov. Harvey Penick Intercoll. Nov. Bluebonnet Tournament Feb. 9-12 Pan-American Intercoll. Feb. Henry Homberg Intercoll. March 4-6 Imperial Lakes Golf Classic March 24-26 Morris Williams Intercoll. April All-America Intercoll. April 15-17 SWC Championships * - Best Ball Tournament

1978-79 Date

Tournament SWC Championships *Complete results not available

1979-80 Tournament Pinehurst Intercollegiate Southwest Spring Classic Morris Williams Intercoll. All-America Intercoll. SWC Championships

Finish 3/3 6/14 T19/23 22/29 5/9

Score (Par) 384-405=789 293-297-317=907 (+55) 297-324=621 (+45) 307-298=605 (+29) 295-301-308=904

Tournament SWC Fall Tournament All-College Invitational Morton Braswell Invitational Tiger Invitational Harvey Penick Invitational Husky Golf Classic Border Olympics Pinehurst Intercollegiate Morris Williams Intercoll. All-American Intercollegiate SWC Championships

Finish Score (Par) 8/8 244-221-491=956 10/16 290-291-298=879 8/11 305-318-305=928 (+76) 8/16 306-310=616 (+40) 13/18 377-378-378=1,133 (+53) 3/12 299-313=612 6/9 297-294-302=895 2/24 294-303=597 (+21) 16/24 293-309-306=908 (+44) 16/30 304-297-309-324=1,234 (+82) 6/8 299-292-301=892

1980-81 Date Sept. 8-9 Sept. 22-24 Sept. 29-30 Oct. 18-19 Nov. 5-7 Feb. 23-25 Feb. 27-28 March 23-25 March 27-29 April 1-4 April 17-19

Finish 3/8 13/14 4/19 9/10 2/9 16 15 11/17 12/24 16/21 8/21 15/30 7/8

Score (Par) 241-214-468=923 291-301-300=892 (+52) 295-298-298=891 (+27) 311-612=913 (+66) 298-298-304=900 (+60) 380-376-371=1127 (+47) 73-74-70-217* 295-307-307=909 (+45) 301-312-307=920 299-302-300=901 (+42) 300-306-302=908 (+44) 303-305-308=921 (+45) 958

COACH STEVE LOY FOUR SEASONS - 1984-87 1983-84

COACH L.C. SIKES TWO SEASONS - 1980-81 Date March 10-13 March 18-20 March 28-30 April 3-5 April 18-20

Tournament Finish Score (Par) SWC Fall Tournament T6/8 237-481=718 UC Ferguson All College 18/18 300-302-308=910(+70) Broadwater Beach Classic T4/20 292-302-300=894(+30) William H. Tucker Invite T9/15 314-305-301-303=1233 Harvey Penick Intercoll. 13/22 391-374-382=1147 (+67) Columbia Lakes Intercoll. 4/12 387-391=778 (+58) Lamar/Henry Homberg Inter. 9/21 301-308-295=904 (+40) Imperial Lakes Intercoll. T13/20 293=293 (+5) Morris Williams Intercoll. T14/24 309-300=609 (+33) All-America Intercoll. 24/30 305-300=605 (+29) SWC Championships 5/8 295-308-303=906

Date Sept. Sept. No Date No Date Oct. 13-16 Feb. 8-11 Feb. 13-17 Feb. 24-26 March 3-4 March 15-17 March 21-24 April 6-8 April 20-22 May 26

Tournament SWC Commissioner’s Cup U.C. Ferguson All-College Butler National Intercoll. LSU National Invitational All-American Classic Pan American Intercoll. John Burns Invitational Henry Homberg Intercoll. Border Olympics National Conquistador Inv. All-America Intercoll. Morris Williams Intercoll. SWC Championships NCAA Championships

Finish Score (Par) 4/8 230-207-471=908 5 962 5/18 308-308-318=934 11/15 298-293-299=890 1/10 909 7/20 289-290-298=877 2 304-296-300=900 12/19 917 6/14 914 2 295-287-293=875 6/12 296-297-294-302=1,189 (+37) 10/17 293-302-291=886 2/9 909 18/32 292-292-296=880

1984-85 Date Tournament April SWC Championships *Complete results not available

Finish 2

Score (Par) 900

1985-86 Date Sept. 5-7 Sept. 16-17 Sept. 27-29 Oct. 13-14 Jan. 30-Feb. 1 Feb. 10-14 March 7-10 March 13-15 April 3-5 April 11-13 April 25-27 April 30-May 1 May 28-31

Tournament Honda Collegiate Classic SWC Commissioner’s Cup Grandfather Intercollegiate Acapulco Intercollegiate Arizona Michelob Invite John A. Burns Invitational Border Olympics Rafael Alarcon All-America Intercollegiate Morris Williams Intercoll. SWC Championships Sun Devil Classic NCAA Championships

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Finish Score (Par) 6 883 (+19) 3/9 204-142-380=726 5/5 1158 5/9 304-292=596 2/15 359-374-365=1098 T9/24 880 3/16 298-596=891 (+15) 6/15 282-287-289=858 (+21) 5/24 295-284-299=878 (+14) 5/13 1066 T2/9 884 5/15 1096 16/31 299-294-295-295=1183 (+31)

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Year-by-Year Results 1986-87 Date Sept. 28-30 No Date Oct. 10-12 Nov. 10-11 Nov. Dec. 3-5 No Date Feb. 10-14 No Date March 26-28 April 5-7 April 16-19 May 29-30 June 10-13

1990-91 Tournament Butler National Intercoll. Southwestern Intercoll. Buckeye Fall Intercoll. Hal Sutton Invitational Golf World Intercollegiate UNLV Rebel Golf Classic Arizona Invitational John A. Burns Invitational Border Olympics Morris Williams Intercoll. All-American Intercollegiate SWC Championships Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Championships

Finish 11/18 T6/16 2/23 1/10 5/11 T2/15 12 T5/24 5 3/15 8/15 T2/9 7/12 6/33

Score (Par) 310-311=621 886 302-302-302=906 571 (+3) 874 292-290-287=869 1164 290-277-283=850 914 366-384-364=1114 300-298-298=896 (+32) 284-285-286=855 (+3) 281-287-288=856 (+16) 304-290-297-296=1187

COACH BILL WOODLEY 14 SEASONS - 1988-2001 1987-88 Date Sept. 27-29 Oct. 5-7 Nov. 8-9 Nov. 19-21 Dec. 2-4 Jan. 25-26 Feb. Mar 14-15 No Date Mar 24-26 M 31-A 2 April 15-17 May 18-19 May 25-28

Tournament Butler National Intercoll. Southwestern Intercoll. Harvey Penick Intercoll. Golf World Intercoll. UNLV Rebel Golf Classic Bill Bell Mem. Golf Classic John A. Burns Invitational SW Louisiana Cajun Classic Border Olympics Morris Williams Intercoll. All-America Intercollegiate SWC Championships Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Championships

Finish 2/4 5/24 1/13 9/17 3/15 5/16 2/26 1/12 1/15 4/12 6/12 T4/9 T6/13 12/32

Score (Par) 904 295-304-283=882 174-364-370=908 (+8) 884 299-285-295=879 304-286-298=888 286-293-282=861 390-391-365=1146 871 376-360-365=1101 283-300-297=880 (+16) 290-297=587 (+19) 299-301-288=888 302-299-294-295=1190

Date Sept. 24-26 Oct .14-17 Oct. 19-21 Nov. 2-3 Jan. 5-13 Feb. 2-5 No Date Feb 28-Mar 3 March 11-12 March 25-26 April 6-9 April 18-21 May 16-17 May 23-25 June 5-8

Tournament Woodlands Intercoll. Inv. LSU Invitational Ping Tulsa Intercollegiate Harvey Penick Intercoll. Taylor Made Intercoll. Ping Arizona Intercoll. Crown Colony Intercoll. Border Olympics Louisiana Classics Morris Williams Intercoll. Southwestern Intercoll. SWC Championship Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Central Regionals NCAA Championships

Finish 2/18 5/12 5/9 3/12 8/14 T9/18 4/18 6/15 10/15 5/9 T9/17 3/9 7/14 1/21 9/30

Score (Par) 301-296=597 278-294-294=866 328-318-314=960 367-361-368=1096 (+16) 294-298-324=916 309-290-302=901 301-293=594 298-317-329=944 298-302-307=907 298-297-290=885 306-308-301=915 296-298-298=892 (+40) 293-292-288=873 282-285-292=859 (-5) 312-292-297-291=1192

Tournament Colorado-Fox Acres Inv. Ping/Golf Week Preview Red River Classic LSU Invitational Palmetto Dunes Taylor Made Intercoll. Border Olympics Golf Digest Collegiate Morris Williams Intercoll. Southwestern Intercoll. All-America Intercollegiate SEC Championships Perry Maxwell Intercoll. NCAA Central Regionals NCAA Championships

Finish Score (Par) 1/12 278-282-291=851 2/15 285-283-286=854 1/15 856 2/12 301-291-304=896 8/18 297-294-297=888 4/16 313-302-305=920 1/15 282-281-296=859 10/15 297-305-299=901 11/12 306-301-311=918 1/18 291-294-286=871 1/12 293-294-288=875 (+11) 3/12 284-295-300=879 4/14 286-279-279=844 2/21 295-294-281=870 (+6) 8/30 304-281-282-289=1156 (+4)

Tournament Colorado-Fox Acres Inv. William H. Tucker Inv. Ping/Golf Week Preview Red River Classic Golf World/Palmetto Dunes Taylor Made Intercollegiate Border Olympics Queen’s Harbor Intercoll. Morris Williams Intercoll. Southwestern Intercoll. ASU Sun Devil Billy Hitchcock Intercoll. SEC Championships NCAA Central Regionals NCAA Championships

Finish Score (Par) 1/12 285-282-289=856 4/10 291-296-295=882 +18 10/15 305-307-296=908 T9/15 289-280-304=873 3/18 293-277-285=855 1/15 872 1/15 300-298-301=899 1/18 298-302-300=900 2/9 283-285-288=856 7/18 286-301-299=886 2/12 281-284-289=854 1/12 288-284-289=864 2/12 287-286-283-856 T6/21 309-290-295=894 7/30 293-290-300-286=1169 (+17)

Tournament Colorado/Fox Acres Inv. Ping/Golf Week Preview Ping Tulsa Invitational Jerry Pate Intercoll. Golf World/Palmetto Dunes Taylor Made Intercollegiate Queen’s Harbor Intercoll. Golf Digest Collegiate Border Olympics Thunderbird/ASU Intercoll. Billy Hitchcock Intercoll. SEC Championships NCAA Central Regionals NCAA Championships

Finish Score (Par) T4/12 287-291-288=866 (+14) T7/18 294-303-293=890 T5/12 300-303-296=899 T8/12 298-291-294=883 13/18 287-287-303=877 14/24 902 3/16 308-295-297=900 8 302-297-292=894 1/15 291-294-317=902 (+38) 7/15 291-294-292=877 8/12 295-297-290=882 4/12 300-292-291=883 5/21 281-291-291=863 4/30 279-288-282-289=1138 (-14)

1991-92 Date Sept. 7-8 Oct. 7-8 Oct. 14-15 Nov. Nov. 15-17 Feb. 14-15 March March 13-15 March 23-24 April 6-7 April 14-15 May 13 May 16 May June 3-6

1992-93 1988-89 Date Sept. 27-28 Oct. 10-11 Nov. 7-8 No Date Feb. 1-3 Feb. 15-17 No Date March 9-11 March April 5-7 April 14-16 May 27 June 7-10

Tournament LSU Invitational Red River Classic Harvey Penick Intercoll. Hilton Head Invitational Ping Arizona Intercoll. John A. Burns Invitational Border Olympics Golf Digest Invitational Morris Williams Intercoll. All-American Intercollegiate SWC Championships NCAA Central Regionals NCAA Championships

Finish 5/13 8/12 2/13 11/18 T9/21 7/26 12/15 12/15 9/12 11/18 3/9 T6/18 7/30

Score (Par) 298-289-289=876 289-297-288=874 1073 881 307-305-305=917 279-295-288=862 960 901 300-303-296=899 305-297-305=907 (+43) 292-308-287=887 (+23) 308-298-301=907 284-299-295-293=1171

Tournament LSU Invitational Red River Classic Harvey Penick Intercoll. Golf World Intercollegiate Ping Arizona Intercollegiate John A. Burn Invitational Border Olympics Golf Digest Invitational Morris Williams Intercoll. All-America Intercollegiate SWC Championships Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Central Regionals NCAA Championships

Finish Score (Par) 5/12 295-294-301=890 15/15 313-300-312=925 11/12 371-373-374=1118 (+38) 14/18 904 13/18 298-303-299=900 19/23 294-297-304=895 T9/15 298-310-306=914 14/15 307-292-309=915 6/13 299-298-299=896 (+32) 3/15 289-311-299=899 6/9 309-303-302=914 14/17 301-304-319=924 10/21 306-313-295=914 30/30 304-302-311-311=1228 (+76)

1989-90 Date No Date No Date Nov. 5-6 Nov. 16-17 Feb. 5-6 Feb. 21-23 No Date March 8-10 March 22-24 April 5-7 April 12-14 No Date May 24-26 June 6-9

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Date Sept. 12-13 Sept. 26 Oct. 2-3 Oct. 12-13 Nov. 13-17 Feb. 16-19 Feb. 26-28 March 14-16 March 21-23 April 4-6 April 16-18 April 23-25 May 9-11 May 19-21 June 2-5

1993-94 Date Sept. 11-12 Oct. 2-3 Oct. 18-19 Oct. 25-26 Nov. 12-14 Feb. 19-21 Feb. 27-Mar. 1 March 11-13 March 26-27 April 15-16 April 22-24 May 13-15 May 19-21 June 1-4

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Year-by-Year Results 1994-95 Date Sept. 24-25 Oct. 16-18 Oct. 24-25 Nov. 11-13 Feb. 18-20 Feb. 24-26 March 10-12 March 25-26 April 8-9 April 14-15 April 21-23 May 12-14 May 18-20

1998-99 Tournament Finish Ping/Golf Week Preview T10/18 Ping Tulsa Invitational 3/12 Jerry Pate Intercollegiate 5/12 Golf World/Palmetto Dunes 5/18 Taylor Made Intercollegiate T15/26 Mercedes-Benz Coll. Inv. 6/15 Golf Digest Collegiate 16/18 Border Olympics 1/15 Ping Intercollegiate T5/12 Thunderbird/ASU Intercoll. 1/18 Billy Hitchcock Intercol. 6/11 SEC Championships 1/12 NCAA Central Regionals 13/21

Score (Par) 289-308=597 286-285-290=861 290-290-298=878 287-291-291=869 300-299-300=899 292-311-296=899 311-310-303=924 286-293-296=875 (+11) 284-299-298=881 (+17) 290-288-289=867 300-293-286=879 288-287-280=855 299-295-299=893 (+29)

1995-96 Date Sept. 15-17 Oct. 9-10 Oct. 16-18 Oct. 23-24 Nov. 10-12 Feb. 12-14 Feb. 16-18 Feb. 23-24 March 8-10 March 23-24 April 15-16 April 19-21 May 10-12 May 16-18 May 29-J. 1

Finish T5/18 6/12 2/15 2/16 11/18 4/14 T3/20 1/17 14/15 1/15 6/13 4/12 3/12 T3/21 11/30

Score (Par) 295-295-298=888 314-299-305=918 314-295-288=897 302-289-301=892 294-292-299=885 292-298-289=879 334-301-286=921 297-288-305=890 314-298-300=912 290-283-287=860 300-290-307=897 290-297-280=867 285-287-297=869 286-295-293=874 301-300-298-322=1221

Tournament Finish William H. Tucker Invitational 9/20 Ping/Golf Week Preview 12/15 Adam’s Cup/Newport 1/16 The Nelson Intercollegiate 10/17 Ping Arizona Intercoll. 8/16 Mauna Kea Resort Coll. 1/15 Taylor Made Intercollegiate T9/20 The Crown Classic 1/16 Louisiana Classics 1/15 Border Olympics 4/15 Southwestern Intercoll. 9/12 SEC Championships 8/12 NCAA Central Regional 4/21 NCAA Championships T16/30

Score (Par) 292-282-292=866 (+2) 321-303-299=923 (+71) 307-299-289=895 (+55) 296-292-303=891 (+39) 306-293-297=896 (+44) 294-285-291=870 (+6) 294-286-304=884 (+20) 305-302=607 (+31) 294-286-298=878 (+14) 285-295-289=869 (+5) 302-305-294=901 (+49) 311-311-291=913 (+49) 288-284-289=861 (-3) 297-292=589 (+21)

Tournament Finish William H. Tucker Invitational 2/23 Missouri Bluffs Intercoll. 2/15 Kroger Intercollegiate 1/18 The Nelson Intercollegiate 4/18 Ping Arizona Intercoll. 7/20 Taylor Made Intercoll. 3/20 Mercedes-Benz Collegiate 9/18 Louisiana Classics T2/15 Border Olympics 6/14 Billy Hitchcock 4/12 SEC Championships 9/12 NCAA Central Regionals T13/21

Score (Par) 283-286=569 (-7) 289-290-290=869 290-302=592 (+16) 295-288-290=873 300-290-282=872 (+20) 281-290-296=867 290-292-295=877 (+13) 302-297-302=901 (+37) 305-303-296=904 (+40) 294-287-290=871 (+7) 302-290=592 (+16) 305-282-287=874 (+22)

1997-98 Date Sept. 19-20 Sept. 28-29 Oct. 13-14 Nov. 7-9 Feb. 1-3 Feb. 13-15 Feb. 28-Mar 2 March 9-10 March 28-29 April 10-12 April 17-19 May 14-16

Tournament Finish Cleveland Palmetto Classic 4/18 Tenn. Tourn./Champions 13/14 “Big E” SMU Shootout T2/14 The Nelson Intercollegiate T8/18 Ping Arizona Intercoll. 11/19 Taylor Made Intercollegiate T8/23 Cleveland Golf Championship 13/13 Louisiana Classics 5/15 Border Olympics T8/18 Billy Hitchcock Intercoll. 8/12 SEC Championships 11/12 NCAA Regionals 8/21 NCAA Championships T24/30

Score (Par) 287-298-292=877 (+13) 293-297-308=898 (+34) 299-288-296=883 (+19) 286-294-295=875 (+23) 294-298-290=882 (+30) 281-319-319=919 (+63) 307-305-294=906 (+54) 296-300-290=886 (+22) 298-289-310=897 (+33) 297-295-290=882 (+18) 334-312-308=954 (+90) 291-299-300=890 (+26) 298-320=618 (+42)

Tournament Finish Cleveland Golf Collegiate 12/17 Big “E” Stonebridge Shootout 12/16 Lexus Intercollegiate 13/13 The Nelson Intercoll. 16/20 Arizona Invitational 18/20 Taylor Made Intercol. T20/29 SWT Invitational T5/19 UTSA Invitational 5/20 USL Cajun Classic 14/15 Augusta State 17/19 Sam Houston Invitational 8/19 SEC Championships 11/12

Score (Par) 300-295=595 (+19) 303-307-304=914 (+50) 372-366-371=1109(+29) 290-293-298=881 (+29) 312-296-304=912 (+60) 308-291-314=913 (+57) 297-296-307=900 (+36) 294-299-283=876 (+24) 310-300-315=925 (+61) 291-302-294=867 (+23) 291-296-298=885 (+21) 306-302-302=913 (+49)

Tournament Cleveland Golf Collegiate Red River Classic The Crown Classic Pepsi SMS Fall Challenge CC/Louisiana Intercoll. Ping Arizona Intercoll. Taylor Made Intercoll. UTSA Invitational Louisiana Classics Border Olympics SEC Championships The Maxwell

Score (Par) 886 (+22) 290-292-309=891 (+27) 305-311=616 (+40) 292-290-293=875 (+11) 291-300-300=891 (+27) 314-292-295=901 (+49) 333-310-299=942 (+86) 296-288-294=878 (+26) 299-292=591 (+15) 297-292-294=883 (+19) 305-301-303=909 (+69) 287-289-294=870 (+30)

1999-2000 Tournament Ping/Golf Week Preview Ping Tulsa Invitational Adam’s Cup/Newport Univ./San Francisco Inv. Golf World/Palmetto Dunes Mauna Kea Resort Coll. Taylor Made Intercollegiate Crown Colony Intercoll. Golf Digest Invitational Border Olympics Karsten Creek Collegiate Billy Hitchcock Invitational SEC Championships NCAA Central Regionals NCAA Championships

1996-97 Date Sept. 13-14 Oct. 7-8 Oct. 16-17 Nov. 8-10 Feb. 3-4 Feb. 10-11 Feb. 13-15 Feb. 21-22 March 10-11 March 22-23 April 7-8 April 18-20 May 15-17 May 28-31

Date Sept. 14-15 Oct. 4-5 Oct. 19-20 O. 30-N. 1 Feb. 1-2 Feb. 11-13 March 1-2 March 8-9 March 18-20 April 9-11 April 23-25 April 19-21 June 2-5

Date Sept. 11-14 Sept. 18-21 Oct. 14-16 Oct. 28-31 Jan. 31-Feb. 1 Feb. 16-19 Feb. 20-22 Feb. 26-29 March 12-14 April 2-3 April 10-11 April 18-23

2000-01 Date Sept. 11-12 Oct. 9-10 Oct. 16-17 Oct. 23-24 Oct. 30-31 Jan. 29-30 Feb. 15-17 Feb. 26-27 March 12-13 April 8-9 April 18-22 May 11-13

Finish 6/15 15/15 12/17 3/13 9/15 18/20 T19/24 T6/12 T8/15 9/14 10/12 12/16

COACH MIKE KETCHAM FIVE SEASONS - 2002-06 2001-02 Date Sept. 8-9 Oct. 1-2 Oct. 15-16 Oct. 21-23 Oct. 28-30 Feb. 12-15 Feb. 24-26 March 3-5 March 10-12 April 4-6 April 18-21 May 10-12

Tournament The Ridges Stonebridge Invitational The Crown Classic Tournament/Champions CC/Louisiana Intercoll. Taylor Made Intercollegiate San Antonio Invitational Southwestern Intercoll. Louisiana Classics Border Olympics SEC Championships The Maxwell

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Finish 15/15 T10/11 8/18 8/15 9/15 T3/24 T2/16 13/16 14/15 T10/17 6/12 8/12

Score (Par) 299-295-304=898 (+34) 293-298-301=892 (+28) 312-303-311=926 (+62) 290-285-281=856 (+16) 292-296-303=891 (+27) 289-289-297=875 (+11) 292-291-313=896 (+44) 298-307-295=900 (+48) 302-298-300=900 (+36) 292-288-299=879 (+15) 290-299-289=878 (+38) 299-291-293=883 (+43)

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Year-by-Year Results 2002-03 Date Sept. 14-15 Oct. 14-15 Oct. 21-22 Feb. 10-12 Feb. 23-25 March 1-3 March 9-11 March 17-18 April 4-5 April 11-13 April 24-27 May 10-11 May 15-17 May 27-30

Tournament Finish The Ridges 9/14 Gary Koch Intercollegiate T2/15 Stonebridge Invitational 3/14 Taylor Made Intercollegiate T9/26 UTSA Invitational 2/15 Palencia Collegiate Invitational T4/11 Coastal Carolina Invite 1/14 Morris Williams Intercoll. 6/18 Border Olympics T1/20 Billy Hitchcock Intercoll. T1/12 SEC Championships 7/12 Perry Maxwell Intercoll. 4/15 NCAA Central Regionals T7/27 NCAA Championships 27/30

Score (Par) 290-301-301=892 (+28) 286-281=567 (-3) 289-289-284=862 (-2) 291-267-298=856 (E) 302 (+29) 309-297-305=911 (+82) 295-296-288=871 (+26) 287-296-288=871 (+7) 276-289-294=859 (-5) 294-290-292=876 (+12) 299-291-291=881 (+41) 293-278-285=856 (+32) 286-292-292=870 (+11) 314-326-307=947 (+83)

2003-04 Date Sept. 9-11 Oct. 6-7 Oct. 19-21 Oct. 26-28 Feb. 11-13 Feb. 29-M. 2 March 7-9 March 14-16 March 19-21 April 1-3 April 15-18 May 14-16 May 19-22

Tournament Topy Cup Club Glove Intercollegiate Gary Koch Intercollegiate CC/Louisiana Intercoll. TaylorMade Intercollegiate Cleveland Golf Classic Jim Hackler Intercollegiate Morris Williams Intercoll. Hall/Fame Invitational Border Olympics SEC Championships Perry Maxwell Intercoll. NCAA Central Regionals

Finish 3/11 6/12 4/15 2/15 3/21 14/17 2/19 7/15 8/18 6/17 9/12 12/15 17/27

Score (Par) 292-293-294=879 (+15) 299-300-302=901 (+37) 282-285-296=863 (-1) 282-288-288=858 (-6) 293-278-274=845 (-19) 292-297-306=895 (+43) 302-289-285=876 (+12) 288-284-298=870 (+6) 283-294-298=875 (+11) 293-284-295=872 (+8) 300-296-287=883 (+43) 287-292-288=867 (+27) 314-307-310=931 (+67)

Tournament Finish Notre Dame Invitational 10/15 William H. Tucker Invitational 19/19 Gary Koch Intercollegiate 7/15 University Club Intercollegiate 2/14 Taylor Made Intercollegiate 5/21 Mercedes-Benz Collegiate 14/17 Hall/Fame Invitational 14/19 NIT Invitational 2/14 Morris Williams Intercollegiate 8/15 SEC Championships 8/12 NCAA Central Regional T6/27 NCAA Championships T26/30

Score (Par) 305-312-291=908 (+68) 303-306-305=914 (+50) 307-288-294=889 (+25) 275-279-278=832 (-32) 274-276-276=826 (-38) 300-312-296=908 (+44) 309-288-299=896 (+32) 282-278-281=841 (-23) 296-315-296=907 (+43) 305-304-296=905 (+65) 295-297-278=870 (+30) 288-296-310=894 (+54)

Tournament Coca-Cola Tourn./Champ. Wolf Pack Invitational Gary Koch Invitational CordeValle Collegiate Hawai’i at Hilo Intercoll. Jim Hackler Invitational Hall/Fame Invitational NIT Invitational Morris Williams Inter. Thunderbird Invitational SEC Championships

Score (Par) 287-284-293=864 (+12) 282-289-285=856 (-8) 297-298-301=896 (+32) 285-290-284=859 (-5) 284-298-290=872 (+20) 294-300-297=891 (+27) 309-313-307=929 (+65) 297-286-295=878 (+14) 296-283-299=873 (+14) 294-293-286=873 (+21) 295-288-286=869 (+29)

2004-05 Date Sept. 17-19 Oct. 1-2 Oct. 11-12 Oct. 24-26 Feb. 9-11 Feb. 20-22 March 18-20 March 27-29 April 4-5 April 15-17 May 19-10 June 1-3

2005-06 Date Sept. 12-13 Sept. 27-28 Oct. 10-11 Nov. 1-2 Feb. 8-11 March 12-13 March 17-19 March 26-28 April 3-4 April 8-9 April 21-23

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Finish 9/14 3/18 12/12 t3/16 15/21 t6/15 t13/17 13/15 t8/18 13/15 7/12

COACH BRAD MCMAKIN FIVE SEASONS - 2007-PRESENT 2006-07 Date Sept. 14-15 Oct. 2-3 Oct. 7-8 Oct. 15-17 Nov. 6-7 Feb. 12 Feb. 21-23 Mar. 5-6 Mar. 16-17 Mar. 25-27 April. 2-3 April. 14-15 April. 20-22

Tournament Del Walker Intercollegiate Wolf Pack Classic Wolf Run Intercollegiate Oklahoma Intercollegiate CordeValle Collegiate Lochinvar Challenge John A Burns Intercollegiate USD Collegiate Invitational Border Olympics Hootie at Bulls Bay Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic U.S. Intercollegiate SEC Championships

Finish t1/14 7/18 5/10 7/8 t12/16 2/3 t14/22 6/15 7/14 15/15 10/16 t10/15 10/12

Score (Par) 282-287-287=856 (+4) 291-295-288=874 (+10) 296-299-307=902 (+50) 304-304-311=923 (+71) 285-285-301=871 (+7) 304 (+16) 297-287-288=872 (+8) 302-290-289=881 (+17) 299-282-286=867 (+6) 307-293-294=894 (+42) 304-312-296=912 (+60) 289-292-298=879 (+39) 316-295-286=897 (+57)

Tournament Gopher Invitational Wolf Run Intercollegiate Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic Oklahoma Intercollegiate UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate John A. Burns Intercollegiate Callaway Invitational Border Olympics Duck Invitational Mizzou Intercollegiate SEC Championships NCAA Central Regional

Finish t2/12 4/15 t2/12 3/11 12/15 t8/21 4/15 1/14 t4/11 3/11 12/12 t19/26

Score (Par) 298-295-297= 890 (+26) 295-292-294= 881 (+29) 300-277-284=861 (+21) 305-296-298=899 (+47) 304-288-296=888 (+24) 286-279-282= 847 (-17) 292-295-288=875 (+11) 295-281-291=867 (+3) 296-297-293=886 (+22) 291-293-304=888 (+24) 308-292-297=897 (+33) 304-304-306=914 (+62)

Tournament Maryland Collegiate Gopher Invitational Fighting Irish Golf Classic Baylor Invitational Corde Valle Collegiate John A. Burns Intercollegiate Seminole Intercollegiate Border Olympics Morris Williams Intercollegiate Reunion Intercollegiate SEC Championships NCAA South Central Reg. NCAA Championship NCAA Match Play Quarters NCAA Match Play Semis NCAA Match Play Champ.

Finish 1/18 9/12 1/15 4/12 6/12 4/17 t5/12 2/16 2/18 2/15 2/12 t2/30 t3/30

Score (Par) RO-272-272=544 (-24) 305-286-299=890 (+26) 287-293-283=863 (+23) 291-297-285=873 (+21) 370-376-374=1120 (+40) 280-286-283=849 (-15) 296-287-293=876 (+12) 295-292-297=884 (+20) 295-295-298=888 (+36) 297-302-293=892 (+28) 290-283-289=862 (-1) 298-301-304=903 (+39) 297-283-285=865 (+13) def. Washington - 3&2 def. Georgia - 3-1-1 lost to Texas A&M - 3&2

Tournament Gopher Invitational Wolverine at Radrick Farms Fighting Irish Golf Classic Jerry Pate National Intercol. Baylor Intercollegiate Redstone Challenge Battle at the Beach Border Olympics Seminole Intercollegiate Oregon Duck Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate SEC Championships NCAA Southeast Regional

Finish 2/12 2/14 3/15 9/12 6/12 1/3 2/14 t6/16 t3/14 2/13 5/15 4/12 8/13

Score (Par) 296-281-288=865 (+1) 278-288-281=847 (-17) 295-297-286=878 (+38) 289 (+9) 300-287-285=872 (+20) 295 (+7) 349-361-346=1,056 (-9) 287-299-302=888 (+24) 293-292-288=873 (+21) 358-359-363=1,080 (E) 294-299-293=886 (+34) 278-286-289=853 (+13) 296-282-289=867 (+27)

2007-08 Date Sept. 15-16 Sept. 22-23 Sept. 30-O. 2 Oct. 14-16 Oct. 29-30 Feb. 20-22 March 10-11 March 14-15 March 24-25 April 7-8 April 18-20 May 15-17

2008-09 Date Sept. 6-7 Sept. 12-14 Oct. 6-7 Oct. 27-28 Nov. 3-5 Feb. 18-20 March 6-7 March 13-14 March 28-29 April 6-7 April 17-19 May 14-16 May 28-30 May 29 May 29 May 30

2009-10 Date Sept. 13-14 Sept. 26-27 Oct. 5-6 Oct. 13 Oct. 26-27 Feb. 6 Feb. 14-16 March 5-6 March 12-14 March 22-23 April 5-6 April 16-18 May 20-22

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Year-by-Year Results 2010-11 Date Sept. 12-13 Oct. 2-4 Oct. 11-12 Oct. 18-19 Nov. 1-2 Feb. 13-15 Feb. 27-Mar. 1 March 11-13 March 25-26 April 4-5 April 15-17 May 19-21 May 31-June 5

Tournament Gopher Invitational Cabo Collegiate Jack Nicklaus Invitational David Toms Intercollegiate Royal Oaks Intercollegiate Battle at the Beach John Hayt Invitational Seminole Intercollegiate Border Olympics Morris Williams Intercollegiate SEC Championships NCAA Southeast Regional NCAA Championship

Finish Score (Par) 3/11 297-281-301=889 (+25) 1/12 297-280-277=854 (-10) 4/10 286-292-294=872 (+32) 2/14 283-283-284=850 (-14) 3/12 285-279=564 (-4) 8/13 353-365-369=1,087 (+37) 1/15 285-299-283=867 (+3) 1/18 277-287-280=844 (-8) 1/19 280-273-279=832 (-32) 3/14 308-296-296=900 (+48) 6/12 286-294-290=870 (+30) 5/14 283-287-286=856 (-8) 15/30 296-298-303=897 (+33)

Date Sept. 11-12 Sept. 25-27 Oct. 11-12 Oct. 16-17 Oct. 27-29 Feb. 10-11 Feb. 26-28 March 11-12 March 18-20

Tournament Gopher Invitational Golfweek Conf. Challenge Jack Nicklaus Invitational Windon Memorial Classic Cabo Collegiate Gator Invitational John Hayt Invitational General Hackler Champ. Callaway Match Play

Finish 1/14 1/15 6/12 1/17 1/12 2/14 1/15 3/15 1/16

April 9-10 April 20-22 May 17-19

All-American Intercollegiate SEC Championships NCAA South Central Regional

2011-12

1/15 5/12 6/14

Score (Par) 290-291-299=880 (+16) 280-294-285=859 (-5) 299-291-297=887 (+23) 274-276-297=847 (+7) 281-276-274=831 (-21) 288-289-287=864 (+24) 299-292-281=872 (+8) 297-287-294=878 (+26) def. Wash. St. - 3&2 def. East Carolina - 4&1 def. Chattanooga - 5&0 def. Duke - 3-1-1 280-276-285=841 (-23) 286-280-289=855 (+15) 302-292-285=879 (+15)

Coaching Records Coach Years Bob Zander 1951, 1956-60 Otis Turner 1953-55 Ellis Bogan 1961-64 Prentice T. (Duddy) Waller 1965-66 Danny Mason 1967-69 Bob Slusarek 1970-75 Thomas McNair 1976-78 L.C. Sikes 1980-81 David Whelchel 1982-83 Steve Loy 1984-87 Bill Woodley 1987-01 Mike Ketcham 2002-06 Brad McMakin 2007-present

Wins

Losses Ties

Pct.

342

330

7

.509

732

283

15

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Sebastian Cappelen 2011 Hon. Mention 2012 Hon. Mention

Austin Cook 2011 Hon. Mention

Tim Crockett 1985 Hon. Mention

Andrew Dahl 2003 Second Team

John Daly 1987 Second Team

Andrew Landry 2007 Hon. Mention 2008 Hon. Mention 2009 Third Team

Craig Lile 2000 Hon. Mention 2001 Third Team

David Lingmerth 2009 Hon. Mention 2010 Hon. Mention

Chris Little 1987 Hon. Mention 1988 Hon. Mention

Jack O’Keefe 1989 Hon. Mention 1991 Hon. Mention 1992 Hon. Mention 1993 Third Team

Brenden Pappas 1991 Hon. Mention

Deane Pappas 1992 First Team

Greg Reid 1988 Hon. Mention

R.H. Sikes 1963 First Team

Bud Still 1993 Hon. Mention 1994 First Team 1995 Third Team 1996 First Team

Mike Swartz 1984 Hon. Mention 1986 Hon. Mention

Ethan Tracy 2012 Hon. Mention

David White 1992 Hon. Mention 1993 Third Team

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Razorback All-Conference Selections

Mick Brethower 1982 (SWC-RV)

Matt Bortis 2005 Second Team 2006 Second Team

Steven Bright 1995 Second Team

Sebastian Cappelen 2011 2nd/Freshman 2012 First Team

Sam Chavez 2008 Freshman Team

Austin Cook 2010 Freshman Team

Kolton Crawford 2012 Freshman Team

Tim Crockett 1985 (SWC)

Andrew Dahl 2003 First Team 2004 First Team

John Daly 1987 (SWC)

Mike Grob 1984 (SWC)

Bruce Jenkins 1981 (SWC)

Andrew Landry 2007 Second Team 2008 Second Team 2009 First Team

Craig Lile 1998 First Team 2000 First Team 2001 First Team

David Lingmerth 2009 Second Team 2010 First Team

Chris Little 1987 (SWC) 1988 (SWC)

Rich Morris 1998 Second Team 1999 Second Team

Jack O’Keefe 1991 (SWC) 1992 Second Team 1993 First Team

Deane Pappas 1991 (SWC) 1992 First Team

Sean Pappas 1984 (SWC)

Greg Reid 1988 (SWC) 1989 (SWC)

Tag Ridings 1995 Second Team 1996 Second Team 1997 Second Team

John Sadie 1987 (SWC) 1988 (SWC)

Bob Sauerberg 1981 (SWC-RV)

Bud Still 1993 Second Team 1994 First Team 1995 First Team 1996 First Team

Mike Swartz 1984 (SWC) 1985 (SWC)

Ethan Tracy 2009 Freshman Team 2011 Second Team 2012 First Team

David White 1992 Second Team 1993 First Team

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Honors and Awards NATIONAL CHAMPION R.H. SIKES - 1963 • Individual NCAA Champion at the 1963 NCAA Golf Championships. • Won back-to-back Amateur Public Links Championships in 1961-62. • Won the 1961 Amateur Public Links as a 21-year old UA student. He overcame a three-hole deficit to defeat John Molenda 4 & 3. • In 1962, became only the second man to defend his Amateur Public Links title. Defeated Hung Soo Ahn 2 & 1 in the 36-hole final. • In 1962 he advanced to the fifth round of the U.S. Amateur Championship for the second-straight year and was selected to represent the United States in the World Amateur Team Championship. • In 1963, he was the runner-up in the U.S. National Amateur. • Member of the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame, Arkansas State Golf Association Hall of Fame (ASGA), University of Arkansas Sports Hall of Honor and the Springdale Bulldog Hall of Fame. Razorback All-Region Year Athlete Region 1991 Deanne Pappas.............................................. VI 2005 Matt Bortis ................................. South Central 2008 Andrew Landry .......................... South Central David Lingmerth ....................... South Central 2009 Andrew Landry ..................................... Central David Lingmerth .................................. Central Ethan Tracy ........................................... Central 2010 David Lingmerth .................................. Central Jamie Marshall ...................................... Central 2011 Sebastian Cappelen ............................... Central Ethan Tracy ........................................... Central 2012 Sebastian Cappelen ............................... Central Ethan Tracy ........................................... Central Regional Coach of the Year 2003 Mike Ketcham SEC Player of the Year 1992 Deane Pappas 1994 Bud Still SEC Freshman of the Year 1993 Bud Still 1994 Steven Bright 1998 Craig Lile SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2012 Austin Cook SEC Individual Champion 1995 Bud Still

SEC Community Service Team 2003 Andrew Dahl 2004 Andrew Dahl 2009 Jamie Marshall 2010 Ty Spinella 2011 Joe Doramus 2012 Austin Cook SEC Athlete of the Week 2000 Craig Lile (2/23) Craig Lile (3/31) 2001 Craig Lile (3/6) 2002 Beau Glyean (2/21) 2003 Andrew Dahl (3/17) Andrew Dahl (4/10) 2004 Matt Bortis (2/19) 2005 Matt Bortis (3/30) 2006 Matt Bortis (4/6) 2010 David Lingmerth (2/18) 2011 Sebastian Cappelen (3/17) 2012 Sebastian Cappelen (4/11) SWC Coach of the Year 1984 Steve Loy Conference Team Titles 1995 SEC Team Champions 1958 SWC Team Champions GCAA All-American Scholar 1993 David White 1997 Tag Ridings 1998 Rich Morris 1999 Rich Morris

SEC Coach of the Year 2009 Brad McMakin

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Palmer Cup Established in 1997, the Palmer Cup is an annual competition that places the best collegiate players from the United States and Europe in a Ryder Cup-style tournament. Held at some of the most prestigious venues in the world, the Palmer Cup has a growing list of future PGA Tour stars including Luke Donald, Rory Sabbatini, Charles Howell III and 2010 U.S. Open Champion Graeme McDowell just to name a few. The original Palmer Cup competitions featured players from the United States against those from Great Britain and Ireland, but those rules were amended in 2003 to include all European players. Following Team Europe’s 2012 victory in Northern Ireland, the all-time series stands at an even 7-7-1. Three Razorbacks have been included in Palmer Cup tournaments over the years with David Lingmerth (Sweden) being the first in 2010. Lingmerth went 2-2 in his one experience before graduating. Sebastian Cappelen (Denmark) was asked to play in both 2011 and 2012 and in two years has built an impressive record of 4-2-2 including an undefeated singles mark of 3-0-1.

2010 - United States wins 13-11 • • • •

Royal Portrush Golf Club • Portrush, Northern Ireland David Lingmerth - Team Europe D. Chung/J. Randolph, USA def. D. Lingmerth/P. Spraggs, 5&4 D. Chung/J. Randolph, USA def. D. Lingmerth/P. Spraggs, Europe, 1-up D. Lingmerth, Europe def. J. Chin, USA, 2&1 D. Lingmerth, Europe def. J. Randolph, USA, 2-up

• • • •

The Stanwich Club • Greenwich, Conn. Sebastian Cappelen • Team Europe B. Vongvanij/A. Yun, USA def. S. Cappelen/I. Elvira, Europe, 2&1 S. Cappelen/I. Elvira, Europe def. B. Barber/A. Carpenter, USA, 5&3 S. Cappelen, Europe def. R. Henley, USA, 1-up S. Cappelen, Europe def. R. Henley, USA, 1-up

• • • •

The Royal County Down Golf Club • Newcastle, Northern Ireland Sebastian Cappelen - Team Europe S. Cappelen/J. Brun, Europe halved D. Ernst/C. Mills, USA P. Rodgers/J. Thomas, USA def. J. Brun/S. Cappelen, Europe, 1-up S. Cappelen, Europe halved J. Thomas, USA S. Cappelen, Europe def. C. Williams, USA, 3&2

2011 - United States wins 13-11

2012 - Europe wins 13.5-10.5

David Lingmerth (second from right) became the first Razorback to participate in the Palmer Cup in 2010.

All-Americans by Year 1963 - Sikes 1984 - Swartz 1985 - Crockett 1986 - Swartz 1987 - Daly, Little 1988 - Little, Reid 1989 - O’Keefe 1991 - O’Keefe, B. Pappas 1992 - O’Keefe, D. Pappas, White 1993 - O’Keefe, Still, White 1994 - Still 1995 - Still 1996 - Still 2000 - Lile 2001 - Lile 2003 - Dahl 2007 - Landry 2008 - Landry 2009 - Landry, Lingmerth 2010 - Lingmerth 2011 - Cappelen, Cook 2012 - Cappelen, Tracy

All-Conference by Year 1981 - Jenkins, Sauerberg (rv) 1982 - Brethower (rv) 1984 - Grob, Pappas, Swartz 1985 - Crockett, Swartz 1987 - Daly, Little, Sadie 1988 - Little, Reid, Sadie 1989 - Reid 1991 - O’Keefe, D. Pappas 1992 - Pappas (1st), White (2nd), OKeefe (2nd) 1993 - White (1st), O’Keefe (1st), Still (2nd) 1994 - Still (1st) 1995 - Still (1st), Bright (2nd), Ridings (2nd) 1996 - Still (1st), Ridings (2nd) 1997 - Ridings (2nd) 1998 - Lile (1st), Morris (2nd) 1999 - Rich Morris (2nd) 2000 - Lile (1st) 2001 - Lile (1st) 2003 - Dahl (1st) 2004 - Dahl (1st) 2005 - Bortis (2nd) 2006 - Bortis (2nd) 2007 - Landry (2nd)

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2008 - Landry (2nd), Chavez (FR) 2009 - Landry (1st), Lingmerth (2nd), Tracy (FR) 2010 - Lingmerth (1st), Cook (FR) 2011 - Cappelen (2nd/FR), Tracy (2nd) 2012 - Cappelen (1st), Crawford (FR), Tracy (1st)

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Razorbacks on Tour John Daly

Tag Ridings

Andrew Landry

Deane Pappas

Mike Grob

Brenden Pappas

Numerous Razorbacks have made their mark on the PGA and other tours over the years. Here are just a few of those players.

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Bill Agler............................... 1973-75 .......... Fort Smith, Ark. Henrie Anderson .....................1994 ............................... N/A Beryl Anthony ...................... 1959-60 ............................. N/A Christoffer Arvidsson ........... 2009-11 ..Falkenberg, Sweden Ted Ashcraft ............................1983 ............................... N/A

Charles Cain ...........................1938 ............................... N/A Scotty Campbell .................. 2004-07 ..............Conway, Ark. Daniel Candon ........................2008 ........ Miami Beach, Fla. Sebastian Cappelen ........ 2011-present ..Odense, Denmark Andrew Carroll ..................... 2006-08 ..........Little Rock, Ark. Charles Richard Chapman .....1956 ............................... N/A Sam Chavez ........................ 2008-09 .....Hillsborough, Calif. Lelan Chiles ............................1978 ............. Odessa, Texas Jim Cisne ............................. 1969-71 ..........Jacksonville, Ill. Gary Clark ........................... 1992-93 ........London, England James Clark............................1938 ............................... N/A Twomey Michael Clifford Jr... 1951-52 ............................. N/A Bruce Clinton ....................... 1995-97 ..........Little Rock, Ark. Ray Cole .................................1940 ............................... N/A George Randall Coleman .... 1964-67 ............................. N/A Frederico Colombo .................2007 ............. Giussano, Italy Austin Cook ..................... 2010-present ......Jonesboro, Ark. Jason Cowan ..........................1991 ......... Bartlesville, Okla. David Cowger ................... 1979-80, 82 ....... Houston, Texas Stephen Cox ........................ 2006-07 ..........Jonesboro, Ark. Kolton Crawford ............... 2012-present .... Mansfield, Texas Jack Crews .......................... 1979-80 ................Tulsa, Okla. Tim Crockett ........................ 1984-85 ............................. N/A Thomas Crow .........................1972 ............................... N/A Joe Bailey Crumpler Jr. ....... 1959-60 ............................. N/A Jason Cuthbertson .............. 2007-09 ..............Conway, Ark.

Chris Hacker ........................ 1989-90 ................Liberty, Tex. Richard Hall ............................1993 ..........London, England William F. Hall ...................... 1964-65 ............................. N/A J.C. Halsell .............................1995 ............Little Rock, Ark. Rogers Hannan ......................1941 ............................... N/A Beverly T. Hargraves ..............1972 ............................... N/A Hans Hass ........................... 1990-91 .....Forth Worth, Texas Mikael Edmondson Hastings .. 1964-66 ............................. N/A Bryan Hawkins..................... 1997-98 ..............Lufkin, Texas Nash Haxel .............................1983 ............................... N/A John Hays............................ 1991-94 ..............Austin, Texas Louis Clifton Henderson Jr. .. 1957-59 ............................. N/A Nigel Herd............................ 1999-00 . Knysna, South Africa Drew Higginbothom ............. 1999-03 ............Marianna, Ark. Jim Highley .............................1978 .................. Palatine, Ill. Darren Holder .........................2003 ............................... N/A Keith Holloway ........................1939 ............................... N/A Eric Hoos ................................1984 ............................... N/A Andrew Hopkins .................. 2007-08 ..........Little Rock, Ark. Jay Houk.................................2000 ................. Rogers, Ark. Louis Ralph Howard ...............1956 ............................... N/A Tommy Jack Howard ..............1967 ............................... N/A

B Richard Back ....................... 1971-72 ............................. N/A Bob Baker ............................ 1975-78 ..............Fordyce, Ark. Miller Barber ........................ 1953-54 ............................. N/A Jeff Barlow ........................... 1987-88 ............................. N/A Dennis Barnes ........................1978 ...........Sherman, Texas Ray Bob Barnes ............... 1974, 77-78 .......Nashville, Tenn. Jerald Murphy Barnett ............1956 ............................... N/A Tom Barsamian.......................1975 ............Brookfield, Wis. Bo Baumeister ........................1973 ............................... N/A Nick Beach .............................2003 .......... Fayetteville, Ark. David Bendigo ........................1981 .. North Little Rock, Ark. Austin Berkovsky ....................2008 ................ Aledo, Texas Anthony Beryl ...................... 1959-60 ............................. N/A Bo Beumeister ..................... 1973-75 .......... Fort Smith, Ark. James Franklin Billingsly ..... 1952-53 ............................. N/A Todd Bindner ....................... 1981-83 ............ Paullina, Iowa Ryan Blagg .......................... 2000-02 ........ Mansfield, Texas Joseph Craig Boone ............ 1954-57 ............................. N/A Matt Bortis ........................... 2004-06 ..........Springfield, Mo. John Boyd............................ 1978-81 ............Littleton, Colo. John Bracken....................... 1978-82 ............Seattle, Wash. Paul Bradshaw .................... 2003-04 ..Cape Town, South Africa Jeremy Branch .......................1995 ............ Fort Smith, Ark. Buck Branson ...................... 1994-95 ..............Dallas, Texas Cletis Gerald Breckenridge.. 1957-59 ............................. N/A Mick Brethower .................... 1980-82 ........Evergreen, Colo. William Bridwell ......................1929 ............................... N/A Jeff Briggs...............................2000 ...... San Antonio, Texas Steven Bright ....................... 1994-97 ................Tyler, Texas William Brodell ........................1972 ............................... N/A Brad Brooks ......................... 1979-81 ....Elizabeth City, N.C. Bill Brown............................. 1971-73 ............................. N/A Casey Brown ....................... 1995-98 .......... Fort Smith, Ark. Kevin Brown ........................ 1996-99 .......... Fort Smith, Ark. Sammy Brown ..................... 1967-69 .............Morrilton, Ark. Charles Brownfield .............. 1968-71 .........Stamford, Texas Hunter Buwick ..................... 2005-08 ............Norman, Okla.

D Andrew Dahl ........................ 2002-04 .............Salinas, Calif. Jon Daly............................... 1986-88 ......... Dardanelle, Ark. Donny Davis ..................... 1980-81, 83 ....... Fort Smith, Ark. Scott Davis ........................ 1982-1984 ........................... N/A Scott DeGeer ..........................1981 ..................Tulsa, Okla. Kris DenBesten.......................1982 ............................... N/A Jim Denniston .........................1975 ............ Fort Smith, Ark. Packard Dewitt .......................1988 ............ Fort Smith, Ark. Ryke Dismuke ..................... 1998-00 ....Mt. Pleasant, Texas Joe Doramus ..................... 2010-pres. ........Little Rock, Ark.

E Drew Eibner ......................... 2006-07 .................. Cary, N.C. Rod Ellis .............................. 1991-95 ........ Sidney, Australia Mike Etherington.....................1990 .......San Fancisco, Cal. Josh Eure ........................ 2010-present ........... Crofton, Md.

F Josh Farrell .......................... 2002-06 ......... Springdale, Ark. Chad Faucette ..................... 2002-04 .................Katy, Texas Ryan Fauchier ........................1996 ..........Southlake, Texas Brady Fennel ..........................2005 .......... Fayetteville, Ark. Al Fiscus .................................1975 ................. Wynne, Ark. Greg Flanagan........................1999 ............ Texarkana, Ark. Scott Frisch.............................1987 ............................... N/A Thomas Howard Fuqua ..........1962 ............................... N/A Ronnie D. Futch......................1972 ............................... N/A

I Joe Ingram..............................1978 ..........Kansas City, Mo.

J Scott Jackson .........................2002 ...........Russellville, Ark. David James ........................ 2003-04 ......... Baleares, Spain Bruce Jenkins ...................... 1980-81 ..........Little Rock, Ark. Eddie Jones ............................1978 ..................Tulsa, Okla.

K Don Cox Kerby .................... 1959-60 ............................. N/A Mike Ketchum ...................... 1986-87 ...........Ottumwa, Iowa Petey King ........................... 1986-89 ..North Little Rock, Ark.

L Blake Ladd..............................1994 ..Sulpher Springs, Texas Barrett Lais .......................... 2004-08 ................. Joplin, Mo. Gerald Paul John Lammers II ..1967 ............................... N/A Andrew Landry .................... 2007-09 ............Groves, Texas Fred Lassetter ..................... 1989-90 ......Missouri City, Tex. Drew Lathem ..........................2005 ..........Kansas City, Mo. Alan Lee .................................2008 ................... Lima, Peru David Carson Lee ...................1964 ............................... N/A Mark Lietzke ...........................1990 ..................... Jay, Okla. Craig Lile ............................. 1998-01 ..Capetown, South Africa John David Lindsey ................1990 .......... Fayetteville, Ark. David Lingmerth .................. 2008-10 .........Tranas, Sweden Jesse Gray Linzel ................ 1954-56 ............................. N/A Chris Little............................ 1987-88 ..Capetown, South Africa

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Jim Gabel ...............................1969 .......... Fayetteville, Ark. Beau Galyean ...................... 2000-03 ...........Ardmore, Okla. Miles Gassaway .....................2002 ................... Cabot, Ark. Everett Gee Jr...................... 1952-54 ............................. N/A Beau Glover......................... 2004-07 .......... Sherwood, Ark. Spencer Lawrence Gordon.. 1955-56 ............................. N/A Mike Grob ............................ 1984-86 ............ Billings, Mont.

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Chad Magee ........................ 1988-89 ................Tyler, Texas Mark Mallard ...........................1993 ..............Gallatin, Tenn. Gary Stephen Markland..........1964 ............................... N/A Virgil Waner Marks .............. 1947-50 ............................. N/A Rex Ellis Marsh.......................1957 ............................... N/A Jamie Marshall .................... 2008-11 ..... Castle Rock, Colo. Mike Mathies ..........................1978 ..........Evergreen, Colo. David Matthews ................... 1968-69 ........ Fayetteville, Ark. Douglas Matthews ..................1969 ............. Batesville, Ark. Ronnie McCann ......................1982 ............................... N/A David Gilbert McCauley ....... 1965-66 ............................. N/A Richard Allen McCaulley...... 1960-63 ............................. N/A Craig McCollough ...................2000 ..................Tulsa, Okla. James McCord .................... 1966-67 ............................. N/A Thomas McCutheon ............ 1965-67 ............................. N/A Allen McFerran .................... 2005-09 ............ Ft. Smith, Ark. Jim McGovern ..................... 1986-87 ............ Boulder, Colo. McGrail ...................................1983 ............................... N/A David McNair ..........................1940 ............................... N/A Thomas Wiley McNair ......... 1968-69 ........ Fayetteville, Ark. William Richard McNair ..........1941 ............................... N/A Wes McNulty ....................... 1990-91 ........... Pine Bluff, Ark. Ed McSpadden .................... 1999-01 .........Russellville, Ark. William Meason ............... 2011-present .......Alpharetta, Ga. Wayne Meeks ...................... 1968-69 ............. Camden, Ark. William P. Messenger .............1951 ............................... N/A Mike Miller ........................... 1995-96 ....... Shamrock, Texas Bill Montgomery ......................1971 ............................... N/A Randy Moore ..........................1975 ............ Texarkana, Ark. Jimmy Morris ..........................1984 ............................... N/A Rich Morris .......................... 1996-99 ......... El Dorado, Kan. Byron R. Morse.......................1938 ............................... N/A James Lewis Moseley ......... 1948-50 ............................. N/A Mike Mosser ........................ 1970-72 ............................. N/A Dan Plunkett Murphy ........... 1961-62 ............................. N/A Dick Miller Murphy ............... 1961-62 ............................. N/A Seth Murphy ........................ 2001-04 ............ Athens, Texas

Mike Pace ......................... 1990-91, 94 ......... Carthage, Mo. Brenden Pappas .................. 1990-93 ..Phalaborwa, South Africa Deane Pappas ..................... 1989-92 ..Phalaborwa, South Africa Sean Pappas ....................... 1984-87 ..Phalaborwa, South Africa Peter Pascoe ....................... 1991-92 ..Boksburg, South Africa Jordan Payne .........................2006 .....West Memphis, Ark. Stan Payne .............................1991 ............. Pine Bluff, Ark. Will Pearson ...................... 2011-2012 ........Memphis, Tenn. Tobias Pettersson .............. 2010-2012 .......Kalmar, Sweden Stephen Phaup .................... 1998-00 ..... N. Little Rock, Ark. Kevin Phillips ..........................1983 ............................... N/A Ellis Poisall Jr....................... 1955-56 ............................. N/A Bill Powell ...............................1969 ... Oklahoma City, Okla. George Scott Puryear .............1941 ............................... N/A John Puglisi ............................1984 ............................... N/A

John Sadie........................... 1986-88 ....... Montgomery, Ala. Aaron Saint .......................... 1999-00 ........ Mansfield, Texas Bob Sauerberg .................... 1980-83 ............ Lakeland, Fla. Schwarz ..................................1983 ............................... N/A Scott Seller .......................... 1974-75 ...........El Dorado, Ark. Harold Lee Sharber ............. 1965-67 ............................. N/A Ken Sheffield ..........................1969 ............ Houston, Texas Matt Shetley............................1980 ................ Kennett, Mo. Michael Shevlin ................... 1995-96 ..............Austin, Texas Eric Shriver .......................... 2005-06 ............................. N/A Bob Short................................1978 .......Shenandoah, Iowa Eric Shriver .......................... 2005-06 .................. Cary, N.C. Lawrence Carlos Sikes ...........1967 ............................... N/A Richard Horace Sikes .......... 1961-63 ............................. N/A Kevin Sivage...........................1984 ............................... N/A Richard Lee Smart..................1948 ............................... N/A Cyrus Quincy Smith ................1947 ............................... N/A Max Smith...............................1982 ............................... N/A Wayne A. Smith ................... 1972-73 ............................. N/A Jay Snider...............................2002 ............Little Rock, Ark. Thomas Sorensen ........... 2012-present ..Hjorring, Denmark Chris Speight ....................... 1998-00 .......... Blytheville, Ark. Ty Spinella ........................... 2009-10 ..............Dallas, Texas Jim Stevenson ..................... 1991-92 .......... Blytheville, Ark. Bud Still ............................... 1993-96 ...............Diboll, Texas Harold Stockton ......................1951 ............................... N/A Greg Storm .............................1978 .................. Chicago, Ill. Herman Styles ..................... 1948-49 ............................. N/A Mike Swartz ......................... 1984-86 .............Phoenix, Ariz.

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Brian Thelan ........................1981, 83 ........ Springdale, Ark. Chuck Thyfault........................1983 ............................... N/A Michael Tompkins ................ 1994-95 ......... Scottsdale, Ariz. Ethan Tracy ....................... 2009-2012 ............ Hilliard, Ohio Matthew Trevino .....................1994 ...... San Antonio, Texas Charles Bass Trumbo .......... 1955-56 ............................. N/A Landon Tujague ......................2010 ................Dallas, Texas Jason Turner........................ 2005-09 ..........Little Rock, Ark.

U Lars Ulfuengren ......................1994 ..........Skovde, Sweden

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Rich Morris

N John Richard Newcomb ...... 1955-56 ............................. N/A Gordon Norwood ....................1969 ............. Pine Bluff, Ark.

Robert Ransey........................1941 ............................... N/A Thomas Dibrell Raney ......... 1952-53 ............................. N/A Harper Ray .......................... 1995-96 ............ Uvalde, Texas Randall Penn Reed ................1968 ............................... N/A Greg Reid ............................ 1986-89 ..Province, South Africa Roland Remmel .....................19740 .............................. N/A Tag Ridings .......................... 1993-97 ................Tulsa, Okla. Keith Robertson ......................1997 ............Little Rock, Ark. Daniel Robinson .....................2002 ............. Pine Bluff, Ark. Nick Rogers ............................1999 ............ Fort Smith, Ark. Phillip Daniel Rogers ........... 1954-55 ............................. N/A Charlie Rudd...........................1989 ............................... N/A Nolan Lee Rushing .................1963 ............................... N/A

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Kyle Vance..............................2001 ..... Mountain View, Ark. Kevin Vanden Heuvel .......... 2010-11 .................Katy, Texas

W Bryan Wagner ...................... 1982-84 ............................. N/A Robert Leon Waldron........... 1957-58 ............................. N/A Phillip Walker ....................... 1998-00 ..Capetown, South Africa Cecil Randall Warner Jr. .........1950 ............................... N/A L. Duke Welling ................... 1949-50 ............................. N/A David White ......................... 1991-93 ..........Little Rock, Ark. Jon Whittaker....................... 1996-98 ..........Little Rock, Ark. Buddy Wilkins .........................2005 ...............Glen Ellyn, Ill. Adam Wing .......................... 2000-04 ... Broken Arrow, Okla. Brent Winston .........................1991 .............. Sheridan, Ark. Bob Wood ...............................1975 ..........West Plains, Mo.

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Ronny Ocker........................ 1981-82 ..........Van Buren, Ark. Jack O’Keefe ....................... 1989-93 ..........Little Rock, Ark. Kenneth P. Oliver Jr. ...............1963 ............................... N/A Paul Oliver ..............................1975 ............ Fort Smith, Ark. Will Osborne ........................ 2005-09 ... Wichita Falls, Texas Dalton Owens ...................... 2006-10 ......... Mt. Vernon, Mo.

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Craig Young ......................... 1990-94 .. Siloam Springs, Ark.

Z Bill Zebick ...............................1984 ............................... N/A Billy Zihala ........................... 1999-00 ..........Little Rock, Ark.

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RND. 63 63 64 64 64 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67

NAME Matt Bortis Darren Holder Sebastian Cappelen David Lingmerth Ethan Tracy Sebastian Cappelen Jamie Marshall Jamie Marshall Sam Chavez Andrew Dahl Adam Wing Craig Lile John Daly Sebastian Cappelen Ethan Tracy Rederico Colombo Matt Bortis Andrew Dahl Eric Shriver Craig Lile Craig Lile Casey Brown Ethan Tracy Ethan Tracy Josh Eure Thomas Sorensen Austin Cook Austin Cook Sebastian Cappelen Will Pearson David Lingmerth David Lingmerth Jamie Marshall Dalton Owens Ethan Tracy David Lingmerth Beau Glover Matt Bortis Matt Bortis Jason Turner Scotty Campbell Scotty Campbell Eric Shriver Eric Shriver Eric Shriver Paul Bradshaw Seth Murphy Craig Lile Chris Speight Tag Ridings Brenden Pappas

EVENT (ROUND) SEASON Wolf Pack Inv. (3) 2005-06 TaylorMade Int. (2) 2002-03 Border Olympics (2) 2010-11 Battle at the Beach (3) 2009-10 Maryland Int. (1) 2008-09 All-American (2) 2011-12 Wolverine (3) 2009-10 Battle at the Beach (3) 2009-10 Border Olympics (2) 2007-08 Border Olympics (1) 2002-03 SEC Champ. (3) 2002-03 Lexus Int. (2) 1999-00 NCAA Champ. (3) 1985-86 Border Olympics (3) 2010-11 John Hayt Invite (3) 2010-11 Callaway Inv. (3) 2006-07 Border Olympics (2) 2003-04 Morris Williams (1) 2002-03 NCAA Cent. Reg. (3) 2002-03 Red River Classic (1) 2000-01 NCAA Central Reg. (3) 1999-00 Border Olympics (2) 1995-96 NCAA Regional (2) 2011-12 SEC Champ. (2) 2011-12 All-American (2) 2011-12 All-American (1) 2011-12 Cabo Collegiate (3) 2011-12 Windon Memorial (1) 2011-12 Gopher Invite (2) 2010-11 John Hayt Invite (3) 2010-11 Wolverine (3) 2009-10 Baylor Intercol. (3) 2009-10 NCAA SE Reg. (2) 2009-10 SEC Champ. (1) 2009-10 Battle at the Beach (1) 2009-10 Maryland Int. (2) 2008-09 CordeValle Coll. (2) 2005-06 Coca-Cola TOC (1) 2005-06 NIT Invitational (2) 2004-05 Univ. Club (1) 2004-05 Univ. Club (3) 2004-05 TaylorMade Int. (2) 2004-05 TaylorMade Int. (3) 2004-05 CordeValle Coll. (3) 2005-06 TaylorMade Int. (3) 2004-05 TaylorMade Int. (2) 2002-03 Perry Maxwell (2) 2002-03 CC of La. Int. (1) 2000-01 Cleveland Classic (1) 1998-99 NCAA Central Reg. (1) 1996-97 NCAA Central Reg. (1) 1990-91

LOWEST TOURNAMENT SCORE RND. NAME EVENT SEASON 1. 199 Sebastian Cappelen Border Olympics 2010-11 2. 204 Matt Bortis NIT Inv. 2004-05 204 Eric Shriver TaylorMade Int. 2004-05 4. 205 Sebastian Cappelen Cabo Collegiate 2011-12 205 David Lingmerth Battle at the Beach 2010-11 205 Jason Turner Univ. Club Int. 2004-05 Wolverine at Radrick 2009-10 7. 206 Jamie Marshall 206 Jamie Marshall Battle at the Beach 2009-10 206 Matt Bortis Wolf Pack Inv. 2005-06 10. 207 Austin Cook Cabo Collegiate 2011-12 2010-11 11. 208 Sebastian Cappelen Seminole Int. 208 David Lingmerth Wolverine at Radrick 2010-11 208 Andrew Landry John A. Burns Int. 2008-09 208 David Lingmerth John A. Burns. Int. 2007-08 208 Andrew Landry John A. Burns Int. 2006-07 208 Matt Bortis Univ. Club 2004-05 208 Matt Bortis TaylorMade Int. 2004-05 208 Scotty Campbell NIT Inv. 2005-06 208 Josh Farrell TaylorMade Int. 2004-05 20. 209 Ethan Tracy Windon Memorial 2011-12 209 David Lingmerth Baylor Int. 2010-11 209 Matt Bortis TaylorMade Int. 2003-04 209 Scotty Campbell Univ. Club 2004-05 24. 210 Kolton Crawford All-American 2011-12 210 Thomas Sorensen All-American 2011-12 210 Sebastian Cappelen All-American 2011-12 210 Josh Eure Golfweek Chall. 2011-12 210 Ethan Tracy David Toms Int. 2010-11 210 Ethan Tracy Seminole Int. 2010-11 210 Ethan Tracy Border Olympics 2010-11 210 David Lingmerth SEC Champ. 2010-11 210 Ethan Tracy John A. Burns Int. 2008-09 *Three-round tournaments

SINGLE SEASON STROKE AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

AVG. 71.32 71.63 71.65 71.70 71.76 71.79 71.81 72.20 72.21 72.25 72.26 72.37 72.56 72.67 72.78 72.82 72.83 72.94 72.98 73.05 73.13 73.20 73.21 73.30 73.30

NAME SEASONS Craig Lile 2000-01 David Lingmerth 2009-10 Craig Lile 1999-00 Andrew Dahl 2002-03 Ethan Tracy 2011-12 Sebastian Cappelen 2010-11 Bud Still 1993-94 Andrew Landry 2006-07 Sebastian Cappelen 2011-12 Matt Bortis 2005-06 Ethan Tracy 2010-11 Jamie Marshall 2009-10 Andrew Dahl 2003-04 Bud Still 1994-95 Matt Bortis 2004-05 Andrew Landry 2008-09 Andrew Landry 2007-08 Craig Lile 1997-98 David White 1992-93 Jamie Marshall 2010-11 David Lingmerth 2008-09 Jack O’Keefe 1992-93 Austin Cook 2011-12 Adam Wing 2001-02 Bud Still 1995-96

RNDS. 37 35 40 37 33 38 43 40 33 36 38 35 39 43 36 38 36 33 43 38 38 46 33 33 46

STKS. 2,639 2,507 2,866 2,653 2,368 2,728 3,088 2,888 2,383 2,601 2,746 2,533 2,830 3,125 2,620 2,767 2,622 2,407 3,138 2,776 2,779 3,367 2,416 2,419 3,372

^ Career top 10 finish records only date back to the 1990-91 season.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

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NAME SEASONS Sebastian Cappelen 2011-pres. Craig Lile 1998-01 Andrew Landry 2007-09 David Lingmerth 2008-10 Matt Bortis 2004-06 Bud Still 1993-96 Andrew Dahl 2002-04 Ethan Tracy 2009-12 Jamie Marshall 2008-11 Kolton Crawford 2012-pres. Austin Cook 2010-pres. Thomas Sorensen 2012-pres. Paul Bradshaw 2003-04 Josh Eure 2010-pres. Jack O’Keefe 1989-93 David White 1991-93 Eric Shriver 2005-06 Dalton Owens 2006-10 Craig Young 1990-94 Rod Ellis 1991-95 Gary Clark 1992-93 Adam Wing 2000-04 Scotty Campbell 2004-07 Stephen Cox 2006-07 Jason Turner 2005-09

RNDS 71 148 114 109 105 175 100 138 99 30 100 18 51 73 86 84 54 41 47 75 46 109 75 13 63

STKS 5,111 10,663 8,277 7,928 7,650 12,754 7,290 10,088 7,250 2,198 7,351 1,325 3,775 5,407 6,373 6,229 4,006 3,052 3,499 5,590 3,430 8,130 5,595 970 4,702

YEARLY STROKE AVERAGE LEADERS AVG. 73.20 71.81 72.67 73.30 -72.94 74.30 71.65 71.32 73.30 71.70 72.56 72.78 72.25 72.20 72.83 72.82 71.63 71.79 71.76

NAME Jack O’Keefe Bud Still Bud Still Bud Still

SEASON 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 Craig Lile 1997-98 Craig Lile 1998-99 Craig Lile 1999-00 Craig Lile 2000-01 Adam Wing 2001-02 Andrew Dahl 2002-03 Andrew Dahl 2003-04 Matt Bortis 2004-05 Matt Bortis 2005-06 Andrew Landry 2006-07 Andrew Landry 2007-08 Andrew Landry 2008-09 David Lingmerth 2009-10 Sebastian Cappelen 2010-11 Ethan Tracy 2011-12

RNDS. STKS. 46 3,367 43 3,088 43 3,125 46 3,372 33 38 40 37 33 37 39 36 36 40 36 38 35 38 33

2,407 2,825 2,866 2,639 2,419 2,653 2,830 2,620 2,601 2,888 2,622 2,767 2,507 2,728 2,368

CAREER TOP 10 FINISHES 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7.

11. 12. 13. 14.

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CAREER STROKE AVERAGE AVG. 71.99 72.55 72.61 72.73 72.86 72.88 72.90 73.10 73.23 73.27 73.51 73.61 74.02 74.07 74.10 74.15 74.19 74.44 74.45 74.53 74.57 74.59 74.60 74.62 74.63

NAME Andrew Landry Bud Still Ethan Tracy David Lingmerth Craig Lile Tag Ridings Andrew Dahl Jack O’Keefe ^ Deane Pappas ^ David White Sebastian Cappelen Jamie Marshall Rich Morris Casey Brown Austin Cook Josh Eure Matt Bortis Seth Murphy

SEASONS 2007-09 1993-96 2009-12 2008-10 1998-01 1993-97 2002-04 1989-93 1989-92 1991-93 2011-pres. 2008-11 1996-99 1995-98 2010-pres. 2010-pres. 2004-06 2001-04

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LOWEST COMPETITIVE ROUND

EVENT (DATE) SCORE 1. UTSA Invitational (Feb. 23-25, 2003) 302 There were two one-round scores, likely due to weather. The lowest is listed here. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------2. Maryland Collegiate Invitational (Sept. 6-7, 2008) 544 3. Gary Koch Intercollegiate (Oct. 14-15, 2002) 567 4. William H. Tucker Invitational (Sept. 19-20, 1997) 569 5. Hal Sutton Invitational (Nov. 10-11, 1986) 571 6. SWC Championship (April 15-17, 1988) 587 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------There were several two-round scores due to scheduling or weather. The lowest five are listed here.

EVENT (DATE) SCORE 1. SWC Commissioner’s Cup (Rd. 2) (Sept. 16, 1985) 142 2. Harvey Penick Intercollegiate (Nov. 8, 1987) 174 3. SWC Commissioner’s Cup (Rd. 1) (Sept. 16, 1985) 204 4. SWC Commissioner’s Cup (Rd. 2) (Sept. 1983) 207 5. SWC Fall Tournament (Rd. 2) (Sept. 8, 1980) 221 6. Southwest Spring Classic (March 19, 1990) 228 7. Southwest Spring Classic (March 20, 1990) 229 8. SWC Commissioner’s Cup (Rd. 1) (Sept. 1983) 230 9. SWC Fall Tournament (Rd. 1) (Sept. 8, 1980) 244 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------10. TaylorMade Intercollegiate (Feb. 11, 2003) 267 11. Maryland Collegiate Invitational (Sept. 6, 2008) 272 Maryland Collegiate Invitational (Sept. 7, 2008) 272 Border Olympics (Mar. 25, 2011) 273 14. Cabo Collegiate (Oct. 29, 2011) 274 Windon Memorial Classic (Oct. 16, 2011) 274 TaylorMade Intercollegiate (Feb. 13, 2004) 274 TaylorMade Intercollegiate (Feb. 9, 2005) 274 18. University Club Intercollegiate (Oct. 24, 2004) 275 19. All-American Intercollegiate (Apr. 9, 2012) 276 Cabo Collegiate (Oct. 28, 2011) 276 Windon Memorial Classic (Oct. 16, 2011) 276 TaylorMade Intercollegiate (Feb. 10, 2005) 276 TaylorMade Intercollegiate (Feb. 11, 2005) 276 24. Seminole Intercollegiate (Mar. 11, 2011) 277 Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic (Oct. 1, 2007) 277 John A. Burns Intercollegiate (Feb. 11, 1987) 277 Golf World/Palmetto Dunes (Nov. 13, 1992) 277 28. Wolverine at Radrick Farms (Sept. 26, 2009) 278 SEC Championships (April 16, 2010) 278 TaylorMade Intercollegiate (Feb. 12, 2004) 278 NCAA Central Regional (May 21, 2006) 278 NIT Invitational (March 28, 2005) 278 University Club Intercollegiate (Oct. 26, 2004 278 LSU Invitational (Oct. 14, 1990) 278 Colorado-Fox Acres Inv. (Rd. 1) (Sept. 7, 1991) 278 *top nine scores are from a nine-hole format. Modern scoring records (18 holes) are reflected in record after No. 10.

7. SWC Commissioner’s Cup (Sept. 16-17, 1985) 726 8. Columbia Lakes Intercollegiate (Feb. 6-8, 1982) 778 9. Pinehurst Intercollegiate (March 10-13, 1980) 789 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------10. TaylorMade Intercollegiate (Feb. 9-11, 2005) 826 11. Cabo Collegiate (Oct. 27-29, 2011) 831 12. Border Olympics (Mar. 25-26, 2011) 832 University Club Intercollegiate (Oct. 24-26, 2004) 832 14. All-American Intercollegiate (Apr. 9-10, 2012) 841 NIT Tournament (March 27-29, 2005) 841 16. Seminole Intercollegiate (Mar. 11-13, 2011) 844 Perry Maxwell Intercollegiate (May 16, 1992) 844 18. TaylorMade Intercollegiate (Feb. 11-13, 2004) 845 19. Windon Memorial Classic (Oct. 16-17, 2011) 847 Wolverine at Radrick Farms (Sept. 26-27, 2009) 847 John A. Burns Intercollegiate (Feb. 20-22, 2008) 847 22. John A. Burns Intercollegiate (Feb. 18-20, 2009) 849 23. David Toms Intercollegiate (Oct. 18-19, 2010) 850 John A. Burns Intercollegiate (Feb. 10-14, 1987) 850 25. Colorado-Fox Acres Invitational (Sept. 7-8, 1991) 851 26. SEC Championships (April 16-18, 2010) 853 27. Cabo Collegiate (Oct. 2-4, 2010) 854 Ping/Golf Week Preview (Oct. 7-8, 1991) 854 ASU Sun Devil (April 16-18, 1993) 854 SWC Championship (April 16-19, 1987) 854 Scores 10-29 are from modern three-round scoring.

YEARLY TOURNAMENTS WON

FOUR ROUND TEAM SCORES EVENT (DATE) 1. NCAA Tournament 2. NCAA Tournament 3. NCAA Tournament 4. NCAA Tournament 5. NCAA Tournament 6. NCAA Tournament 7. NCAA Tournament 8. NCAA Tournament 9. NCAA Tournament 10. NCAA Tournament

SCORE 279-288-282-289=1138 304-281-282-289=1156 293-290-300-286=1169 284-299-295-293=1171 299-294-295-295=1183 304-290-297-296=1187 302-299-294-295=1190 312-292-297-291=1192 301-300-298-322=1221 302-302-311-311=1228

YEARLY STROKE AVERAGE LEADERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

AVERAGE 286.59 287.56 287.67 288.08 288.77 291.29 291.83 292.13 292.69 292.76 292.88 292.90 294.17 294.33 295.46 296.08 296.50 297.17 298.03 298.69 299.13

SEASON 1994-95 2007-08 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 1992-93 1991-92 2003-04 1997-98 2005-06 2002-03 2004-05 1993-94 2006-07 1996-97 2001-02 1995-96 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99

ROUNDS 39 36 33 38 35 38 46 46 39 33 33 39 36 43 37 40 36 46 34 35 36

STROKES 11,177 10,593 9,493 10,947 10,107 11,309 13,424 13,438 11,415 9661 9,665 11,423 10,590 12,656 10,932 11,843 10,674 13,670 10,133 10,690 10,477

*Records are incomplete.

YEAR

CONF. FINISH

NCAA FINISH

WINS

ALL-CONF.

ALL-AMERICA

YEAR

CONF. FINISH

NCAA FINISH

WINS

ALL-CONF.

ALL-AMERICA

1981* 1982* 1983* 1984* 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

2 1 1 1 5 1 2 1 3 6 3 3 2 4 1 3

9 2 1 3 DNP 19 6 12 7 30 t9 8 7 4 DNP 11

1 3 7 4 0 2 1 2 0 0 1 1 5 1 3 2

2 3 3 2 1 2 3 3 1 0 2 2 3 1 3 2

2 3 3 2 0 2 0 2 1 2 2 2 3 1 1 1

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

8 9 11 11 10 6 7 9 8 7 10 12 t2 4 6 5

16 DNP 24 DNP DNP DNP 27 DNP t26 DNP DNP DNP 2 DNP 15 DNP

4 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 4 7

1 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 2 2 3

1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 2 2

*Division II Championship finish

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Border Olympics at Laredo, Texas (1988, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2003, 2008, 2011)

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All-America Intercollegiate (at Richmond, Texas,1992) (at The Woodlands, Texas (2012) Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate (1993, 2003) Cabo Collegiate at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (2010, 2011) Colorado-Fox Acres Invitational (1991, 1992) John Hayt Invitational at Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (2011, 2012)

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Adam’s Cup/Newport (1996) All-American Classic (1983) Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship at Bradenton, Fla. (2012) Coastal Carolina Invite (2003) Crown Classic (1997) Crown Colony Intercollegiate (1996) Del Walker Intercollegiate at Long Beach, Calif. (2006) Fighting Irish Golf Classic at South Bend, Ind. (2008) Golfweek Conference Challenge at Burlington, Iowa (2011) Gopher Invitational at Wayzata, Minn. (2011) Hal Sutton Invitational (1986) Harvey Penick Intercollegiate (1987) Kroger Intercollegiate (1997) Louisiana Classics (1997) Maryland Collegiate at Cambridge, Md. (2008) Mauna Kea Resort Collegiate (1997) NCAA Central Regional (1991) Queen’s Harbor Intercollegiate (1993) Red River Classic (1991) Redstone Challenge at Humble, Texas (2010) SEC Championships (1995) Seminole Intercollegiate at Tallahassee, Fla. (2011) Southwestern Intercollegiate (1992) SW Louisiana Cajun Classic (1988) Taylor Made Intercollegiate (1993) Thunderbird/ASU Intercollegiate (1995) Windon Memorial Classic at Skokie, Ill. (2011)

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Craig Lile

Cleveland Golf Collegiate (2000), Lexus Intercollegiate (1999), SMS Challenge (2000), USTA Invitational (2000, 2001)

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Andrew Dahl Tag Ridings

Border Olympics (2003), Morris Williams Intercollegiate (2004), SMU Stonebridge Invitational (2002) Ping Tour Tulsa Invitational (1994), William H. Tucker (1996), Univ. of San Francisco Invitational (1995)

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Matt Bortis Sebastian Cappelen Jamie Marshall Jack O’Keefe Deane Pappas Bud Still

National Invitational Tournament (2005), Wolf Pack Invitational (2005) Seminole Intercollegiate (2011), Cabo Collegiate (2011) Wolverine at Radrick Farms (2009), Cabo Collegiate (2010) Border Olympics (1993), Colorado Fox-Acres Invitational (1992) Border Olympics (1992), The Woodlands All-American Intercollegiate (1992) Ping/Golfweek Preview (1993), SEC Championship (1995)

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Andrew Landry David Lingmerth Rich Morris Bob Sauerberg R.H. Sikes Chris Speight Ethan Tracy Jason Turner Phil Walker Jon Whitaker David White

Reunion Intercollegiate (2009) Battle at the Beach (2010) Louisiana Classics (1999) Pinehurst Intercollegiate (1981) NCAA Championship (1963) Cleveland Golf Palmetto Classic (1998) Maryland Invitational (2008) Oklahoma Intercollegiate (2007) Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship (1998) Mauna Kea Collegiate (1997) Thunderbird Invitational (1993)

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF SEC Championship Records All-Time Placing Year Place Score 1992.....................3rd ......................... 879 1993.....................2nd ........................ 856 1994.....................4th ......................... 883 1995....................1st......................... 855 1996.....................3rd ......................... 869 1997.....................8th ......................... 913 1998.....................9th ......................... 592 1999.....................11th ....................... 954 2000.....................11th ....................... 913 2001.....................10th ....................... 909 2002.....................6th ......................... 878 2003.....................7th ......................... 881 2004.....................9th ......................... 883 2005.....................8th ......................... 905 2006.....................7th ......................... 869 2007.....................10th ....................... 897 2008.....................12th ....................... 897 2009.....................2nd ........................ 862 2010.....................4th ......................... 853 2011.....................6th ......................... 870 2012.....................5th ......................... 855 All Time Finishes Place Times Last 1st ........................1........................... 1995 2nd ......................2........................... 2009 3rd .......................2........................... 1996 4th .......................2........................... 2010 5th .......................1........................... 2012 6th .......................2........................... 2011 7th .......................2........................... 2006 8th .......................2........................... 2005 9th .......................2........................... 2004 10th .....................2........................... 2007 11th .....................2........................... 2000 12th .....................1........................... 2008 SEC Individual Champion 1995................................... Bud Still (206)

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Lowest Individual Rounds Player Year (Rd) Bud Still ..........................1995 (3) Adam Wing .....................2003 (3) Tag Ridings......................1997 (3) Ethan Tracy .....................2012 (2) Dalton Owens .................2010 (1) David White ...................1993 (3) Ethan Tracy .....................2009 (2) Bud Still ..........................1996 (1) Tag Ridings......................1996 (1) Casey Brown ...................1996 (2) Steven Bright ..................1995 (2) Bud Still ..........................1993 (1) Austin Cook ....................2010 (1) David Lingmerth ............2010 (2) David Lingmerth ............2009 (3) David Lingmerth ............2008 (3) Paul Bradshaw.................2003 (2) Bud Still ..........................1993 (2) Jack O’Keefe ....................1993 (3)

Lowest Individual Scores (54 holes only) Score Player Year 206 Bud Still ............................... 1995 210 David Lingmerth ................. 2010 Steven Bright ....................... 1995 211 Dalton Owens ...................... 2010 212 David Lingmerth ................. 2009 Bud Still ............................... 1993 213 Thomas Sorensen................. 2012 Andrew Dahl ........................ 2004 214 Andrew Landry .................... 2009 Andrew Dahl ........................ 2003 David White ........................ 1993 215 Austin Cook ......................... 2012 Ethan Tracy .......................... 2012 Sebastian Cappelen.............. 2011 Tag Ridings........................... 1996 Casey Brown ........................ 1996 Jack O’Keefe ......................... 1993 Brenden Pappas ................... 1992 216 Sebastian Cappelen.............. 2012 Ethan Tracy .......................... 2011 David Lingmerth ................. 2009 Andrew Landry .................... 2007 Scotty Campbell .................. 2006 Bud Still ............................... 1994 217 Ethan Tracy .......................... 2009 Matt Bortis ........................... 2006 Eric Shriver........................... 2006 Andrew Dahl ........................ 2002 Adam Wing .......................... 2002

Score 278 280 283 284 285 286

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF SEC Championship Results 1992 SEC Championship

1997 SEC Championship

2002 SEC Championship

May 10-12, 1992 The Bluffs Golf Course, St. Francisville, La. Team -- Florida (293-284-299=876) Individual -- Brian Gay, Florida (70-68-73=211)

April 18-20, 1997 Grand National Links Course, Opelika, Ala. Team -- Mississippi State (296-298-285=879) Individual -- Bryant MacKellar, Auburn (71-69-70=210)

April 19-21, 2002 Sea Island Golf Club-Seaside Course, St. Simons Island, Ga. Team -- Auburn (285-282-290=857) Individual -- Camilo Benedetti, Florida (70-72-68=210)

3.

Arkansas ..................... 284-295-300=879

8.

Arkansas ............311-311-291=913 (+49)

6.

Arkansas ............290-299-289=878 (+38)

T3. T9. T14. 18. T31.

Brenden Pappas ................ 70-72-73=215 Deanne Pappas ................. 72-76-71=219 David White ..................... 71-74-77=222 Jack O’Keefe ..................... 71-73-79=223 Gary Clark ........................ 73-77-79=289

T5. T17. T32. 47. 56.

Tag Ridings ................76-79-66=221 (+5) Rich Morris ..............77-74-76=227 (+11) Bryan Hawkins ........78-78-74=230 (+14) Steven Bright ...........80-80-75=235 (+19) Jon Whitaker ...........83-83-78=244 (+28)

11. T25. T27. T33. T46.

Andrew Dahl .............73-73-71=217 (+7) Adam Wing .............77-75-69=221 (+11) Chad Faucett ...........71-76-75=222 (+12) Beau Galyean ..........70-75-79=224 (+14) Drew Higginbothom..76-79-74=229 (+19)

1993 SEC Championship

1998 SEC Championship

2003 SEC Championship

May 9-11, 1993 Queen’s Harbor Country Club, Jacksonville, Fla. Team -- Florida (281-284-282=847) Individual -- Guy Hill, Florida (68-71-67=206)

April 17-19, 1998 Univ. of Georgia Golf Club, Athens, Ga. Team -- Georgia (283-284=567) Individual -- Eric Ecker, S. Carolina (70-66=136)

April 25-27, 2003 Sea Island Golf Club-Seaside Course, St. Simons Island, Ga. Team -- Florida (292-293-271=856) Individual -- Brett Stegmaier, Florida (67-72-64=203)

2.

Arkansas ...............287-286-283=856 (-8)

9.

Arkansas ...................302-290=592 (+16)

7.

Arkansas ............299-291-291=881 (+41)

T2. T4. T6. T15. T36.

Bud Still ......................68-69-75=212 (-4) David White ...............73-74-67=214 (-2) Jack O’Keefe ...............70-76-69=215 (-1) Craig Young...............77-71-72=220 (+4) Gary Clark ...............76-72-81=229 (+13)

T7. T29. T49. T49. T49.

Rich Morris ......................72-70=142 (-2) Craig Lile ........................72-76=148 (+4) Casey Brown ..................81-72=153 (+9) Jon Whitaker ..................79-74=153 (+9) Phil Walker .....................79-74=153 (+9)

T5. T22. T34. T48. T50.

Andrew Dahl .............71-70-73=214 (+4) Adam Wing ...............75-79-65=219 (+9) Paul Bradshaw .........80-69-75=224 (+14) Darren Holder .........75-76-80=231 (+21) Seth Murphy ...........78-76-78=232 (+22)

1994 SEC Championship

1999 SEC Championship

2004 SEC Championship

May 13-15, 1994 Stonehenge Golf Club, Fairfield Glade, Tenn. Team -- Florida (277-293-290=860) Individual -- Brian Gay, Florida (67-71-75=213)

April 16-18, 1999 Champion Trace Golf Club, Lexington, Ky. Team -- Florida (308-295-298=901) Individual -- Camilo Benedetti, Florida (74-69-75=218)

April 16-18, 2004 Sea Island Golf Club-Seaside Course, St. Simons Island, Ga. Team -- Georgia (269-291-283=843) Individual -- Brednon Todd, Georgia (66-72-69=207)

4.

Arkansas ............300-292-291=883 (+19)

11.

Arkansas ............334-312-308=954 (+90)

9.

Arkansas ............300-296-287=883 (+43)

T5. T19. T19. T35. T42.

Bud Still .......................72-71-73=216 (E) Steven Bright .............78-71-72=221 (+5) Rod Ellis ....................75-73-73=221 (+5) Craig young.............78-77-73=228 (+12) Mike Tompkins .......75-78-77=230 (+14)

T11. T21. T42. T53. T59.

Craig Lile .................81-77-72=230 (+14) Rich Morris ..............80-75-78=233 (+17) Nigel Herd ...............91-77-74=242 (+26) Stephen Phaup ........83-83-84=250 (+34) Chris Speight ...........90-85-84=259 (+43)

T8. T31. T39. T48. T57.

Andrew Dahl .............70-72-71=213 (+3) Matt Bortis ..............74-76-71=221 (+11) Chad Faucett ...........78-73-72=223 (+13) Beau Glover .............78-75-74=227 (+17) Seth Murphy ...........84-79-73=236 (+26)

1995 SEC Championship

2000 SEC Championship

2005 SEC Championship

May 12-14, 1995 Springhouse Golf Club, Nashville, Tenn. Team -- Arkansas (288-287-280=855) Individual -- Bud Still, Arkansas (70-72-64=206)

April 21-23, 2000 Turtle Point Golf Club, Killen, Ala. Team -- Georgia (286-278-288=852) Individual -- Roland Thatcher, Auburn (71-69-68=208)

April 15-17, 2005 Sea Island Golf Club-Seaside Course, St. Simons Island, Ga. Team -- Kentucky (290-302-283=875) Individual -- David Skinns, Tennessee (72-70-68=210)

1.

Arkansas ...............288-287-280=855 (-9)

11.

Arkansas ............306-299-308=913 (+49)

8.

Arkansas ............305-304-296=905 (+65)

1. T2. T26. T29. T47.

Bud Still ....................70-72-64=206 (-10) Steven Bright ..............72-68-70=210 (-6) Rod Ellis ....................75-73-71=219 (+3) Tag Ridings ................71-74-76=221 (+5) Mike Shevlin ...........76-75-75=226 (+10)

T24. T40. 52. T55. T55.

Craig Lile ...................77-73-73=223 (+7) Jay Houk ..................80-75-73=228 (+12) Ryan Blagg...............75-75-82=232 (+16) Beau Galyean ..........76-76-83=235 (+19) Ed McSpadden.........78-77-80=235 (+19)

T10. T18. T35. T51. T57.

Eric Shriver ..............72-72-76=220 (+10) Matt Bortis ..............75-77-72=224 (+14) Scott Campbell ........81-76-71=228 (+18) Beau Glover .............78-82-77=237 (+27) Barrett Lais ..............80-79-84=243 (+33)

1996 SEC Championship

2001 SEC Championship

2006 SEC Championship

May 10-12, 1996 Old Overton Club, Birmingham, Ala. Team -- Mississippi State (286-286-287=859) Individual -- Graham Davidson, Miss. St. (66-71-68=205)

April 18-22, 2001 Sea Island Golf Club-Seaside Course, St. Simons Island, Ga. Team -- Georgia (275-284-282=841) Individual -- Bryant Odom, Georgia (67-70-70=207)

April 21-23, 2006 Sea Island Golf Club-Seaside Course, St. Simons Island, Ga. Team -- Georgia (276-282-269=827) Individual -- Brett Stegmaier, Florida (68-70-67=205)

3.

Arkansas ............285-287-297=869 (+17)

10.

Arkansas ............305-301-303=909 (+69)

7.

Arkansas ............295-288-286=869 (+29)

T6. T6. T15. T30. T41.

Tag Ridings ................68-74-73=215 (+2) Casey Brown .............73-68-74=215 (+2) Bud Still .....................68-76-75=219 (+6) Rich Morris ..............76-72-76=224 (+11) Steven Bright ...........79-73-75=227 (+14)

T21. T35. T49. T51. 59.

Craig Lile ...................74-71-74=219 (+9) Adam Wing .............78-76-71=225 (+15) Beau Galyean ..........75-77-80=232 (+22) Drew Higginbothom..78-77-78=233 (+23) Kyle Vance ...............81-81-82=244 (+34)

T22. T27. T27. T35. 60.

Scott Campbell ..........72-71-73=216 (+6) Matt Bortis ................71-76-70=217 (+7) Eric Shriver ................75-71-71=217 (+7) Josh Farrell ................77-70-72=219 (+9) Will Osborne ...........78-77-81=236 (+26)

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF SEC Championship Results 2007 SEC Championship

2012 SEC Championship

April 20-22, 2007 Sea Island Golf Club-Seaside Course, St. Simons Island, Ga. Team -- Tennessee (301-283-285=869) Individual -- Patton Kizzire, Auburn (72-69-70=211)

April 20-22, 2012 Sea Island Golf Club-Seaside Course, St. Simons Island, Ga. Team -- Alabama (272-274-282=828) Individual -- Justin Thomas, Alabama (68-67-68=203)

10.

Arkansas ............316-295-286=897 (+57)

5.

Arkansas ............286-280-289=855 (+15)

T4. T38. T53. T53. T55.

Andrew Landry .........73-72-71=216 (+6) Beau Glover .............83-72-72=227 (+17) Barrett Lais ..............79-73-82=234 (+24) Jason Turner ............86-78-70=234 (+24) Dalton Owens .........81-81-73=235 (+25)

T15. T23. T23. T27. T42.

Thomas Sorensen ......72-70-71=213 (+3) Ethan Tracy ...............73-67-75=215 (+5) Austin Cook ..............71-71-73=215 (+5) Sebastian Cappelen ...70-72-74=216 (+6) Kolton Crawford .....77-72-71=220 (+10)

2008 SEC Championship April 18-20, 2008 Frederica Golf Club, St. Simons Island, Ga. Team -- Alabama (285-293-275=853) Individual -- Michael Thompson, Alabama (70-73-65=208) 12.

Arkansas ............308-292-297=897 (+33)

T15. T32. 53. T54. 58.

Andrew Landry .........73-71-74=218 (+2) David Lingmerth .......78-75-69=222 (+6) Sam Chavez .............78-73-79=230 (+14) Will Osborne ...........79-74-78=231 (+15) Jason Turner ............83-74-76=233 (+17)

2009 SEC Championship April 17-19, 2009 Frederica Golf Club, St. Simons Island, Ga. Team -- Georgia (282-281-286=849) Individual -- Billy Horschel, Florida (68-67-71=206) 2.

Arkansas ...............290-283-289=862 (-2)

T5. 9. T17. T27. T34.

David Lingmerth ........70-69-73=212 (-4) Andrew Landry ..........73-71-70=214 (-2) Ethan Tracy ...............74-72-73=219 (+3) Jason Cuthbertson ....73-75-73=221 (+5) Jamie Marshall ..........76-71-76=223 (+7)

2010 SEC Championship April 16-18, 2010 Sea Island Golf Club-Seaside Course, St. Simons Island, Ga. Team -- Georgia (283-277-284=844) Individual -- Russell Henley, Georgia (70-67-67=204) 4.

Arkansas ............278-286-289=853 (+13)

T10. T12. T22. T26. 50.

David Lingmerth .........70-69-71=210 (E) Dalton Owens ...........67-74-70=211 (+1) Austin Cook ..............69-72-75=216 (+6) Jamie Marshall ..........73-71-73=217 (+7) Josh Eure .................72-77-76=225 (+15)

2011 SEC Championship April 15-17, 2011 Sea Island Golf Club-Seaside Course, St. Simons Island, Ga. Team -- Florida (285-282-281=848) Individual -- Andres Echavarria, Florida (70-70-69=209) 6.

Arkansas ............286-294-290=870 (+30)

T12. T14. T33. T36. T49.

Sebastian Cappelen ...72-71-72=215 (+5) Ethan Tracy ...............71-74-71=216 (+6) Jamie Marshall ........70-72-80=222 (+12) Austin Cook ............73-79-71=223 (+13) Josh Eure .................76-77-76=229 (+19)

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF NCAA Regional Records All-Time Team Placing Year Place (Region) Score 1989.......T6 (Central).................. 907 1990.......10 (Central) .................. 914 1991.......1 (Central) .................... 859 1992.......2 (Central) .................... 870 1993.......T6 (Central).................. 894 1994.......5 (Central) .................... 863 1995.......13 (Central) .................. 893 1996.......T3 (Central).................. 874 1997.......4 (Central) .................... 861 1998.......T13 (Central)................ 874 1999.......8 (Central) .................... 890 2003.......T7 (Central).................. 870 2004.......17 (Central) .................. 931 2005.......T6 (Central).................. 870 2008.......T19 (Central)................ 879 2009.......T2 (South Central) ....... 862 2010.......8 (Southeast) ................ 867 2011.......5 (Southeast) ................ 856 2012.......6 (South Central) ......... 879 All-Time Regional Appearances Region Appear Last Central ............... 15 ........................ 1 South Central ..... 2 .......................... 6 Southeast ............ 2 .......................... 5 All-Time Regional Finishes Place Times Year 1st ....................... 1 .................... 1991 2nd ..................... 2 .................... 2009 3rd ...................... 1 .................... 1996 4th ...................... 1 .................... 1997 5th ...................... 2 .................... 2011 6th ...................... 4 .................... 2012 7th ...................... 1 .................... 2003 8th ...................... 2 .................... 2010 9th ...................... - ............................ 10th .................... 1 .................... 1990 11th .................... - ............................ 12th .................... - ............................ 13th .................... 2 .................... 1998 14th .................... - ............................ 15th .................... - ............................ 16th .................... - ............................ 17th .................... 1 .................... 2004 18th .................... - ............................ 19th .................... 1 .................... 2008

Lowest Individual Rounds Score Player Year (Rd) 66 Eric Shriver................. 2003 (3) Craig Lile.................... 2000 (3) 67 Ethan Tracy ................ 2012 (2) Jamie Marshall ........... 2010 (2) Tag Ridings................. 1997 (1) Brenden Pappas ......... 1991 (1) 68 Ethan Tracy ................ 2011 (1) Andrew Dahl.............. 2003 (1) Casey Brown .............. 1997 (2) Deane Pappas............. 1992 (3) 69 Matt Bortis ................. 2003 (3) Phil Walker ................ 1999 (1) Craig Lile.................... 1998 (3) Rich Morris ................ 1998 (2) Deane Pappas............. 1992 (1) Deane Pappas............. 1991 (1) 70 Ethan Tracy ................ 2012 (3) Sebastian Cappelen.... 2011 (2) Austin Cook ............... 2011 (2) Jamie Marshall ........... 2011 (3) Ethan Tracy ................ 2011 (3) Dalton Owens ............ 2010 (2) Dalton Owens ............ 2010 (3) Casey Brown .............. 1998 (2) Casey Brown .............. 1997 (3) Bud Still ..................... 1995 (2) Bud Still ..................... 1995 (3) Bud Still ..................... 1994 (1) Craig Young ............... 1994 (1) Tag Ridings................. 1994 (1) David White .............. 1993 (2) Brenden Pappas ......... 1992 (3) David White .............. 1991 (1)

Lowest Individual Scores (54 holes only) Score Player Year 208 Craig Lile......................... 2000 Deane Pappas.................. 1992 210 Tag Ridings...................... 1997 212 Ethan Tracy ..................... 2011 Jamie Marshall ................ 2010 Matt Bortis ...................... 2005 Andrew Dahl................... 2003 Casey Brown ................... 1997 Tag Ridings...................... 1994 Deane Pappas.................. 1991 Brenden Pappas .............. 1991 213 Ethan Tracy ..................... 2012 Austin Cook .................... 2011 Bud Still .......................... 1995 David White ................... 1991 215 Bud Still .......................... 1996 Jack O’Keefe .................... 1992 216 Sebastian Cappelen......... 2012 Dalton Owens ................. 2010 Paul Bradshaw ................ 2003 217 Eric Shriver...................... 2005 Craig Young .................... 1994 218 Phil Walker ..................... 1999 Casey Brown ................... 1996 Best Team Rounds Score

Year (Rd)

278......2005 (3) 281......1994 (1) 1992 (3) 282......2010 (2) 1988 (2) 1991 (1) 283......2011 (1) 2009 (2) 284......1997 (2) 285......2012 (3) 1991 (2) 286......2011 (3) 2003 (1) 1996 (1) 287......2011 (2) 1998 (3) 288......1997 (1) 289......2010 (3) 2009 (3) 2007 (3)

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF NCAA Regional Results 1989 NCAA Central Regional

1994 NCAA Central Regional

1999 NCAA Central Regional

May 11-13, 1989 St. Francisville, La. Team -- Florida (293-284-299=876) Individual -- Brian Gay, Florida (70-68-73=211)

May 20-22, 1994 Oklahoma Golf and Country Club, Oklahoma City, Okla. Team -- Texas (281-284-286=851) Individual -- Dean Larsson, Houston (70-68-69=207)

May 20-22, 1999 Scarlett Course, Columbus, Ohio Team -- Minnesota (283-293-289=865) Individual -- James McLean, Minnesota (69-72-71=212)

3.

Arkansas ..................... 284-295-300=879

5.

Arkansas ............281-291-291=863 (+11)

8.

T3. T9. T14. 18. T31.

Brenden Pappas ................ 70-72-73=215 Deanne Pappas ................. 72-76-71=219 David White ..................... 71-74-77=222 Jack O’Keefe ..................... 71-73-79=223 Gary Clark ........................ 73-77-79=289

T6. T28. T45. T54. T58.

Tag Ridings .................70-70-72=212 (-1) Craig Young...............70-71-76=217 (+4) Rod Ellis ....................71-74-74=219 (+6) Bud Still .....................70-76-74=220 (+7) Steven Bright .............73-77-71=221 (+8)

T15. Phil Walker ................69-75-74=218 (+2) T20. Rich Morris ................74-74-71=219 (+3) T20. Craig Lile ...................72-72-75=219 (+3) T104. Nigel Herd ...............76-78-83=237 (+21) T104. Aaron Saint .............78-79-80=237 (+21)

Arkansas ............291-299-300=890 (+26)

1990 NCAA Central Regional

1995 NCAA Central Regional

2000 NCAA Central Regional

May 9-11, 1990 Queen’s Harbor Country Club, Jacksonville, Fla. Team -- Florida (281-284-282=847) Individual -- Guy Hill, Florida (68-71-67=206)

May 18-20, 1995 Bentwater Country Club, Montgomery, Texas Team -- Oklahoma (280-288-286=854) Individual -- Alan Bratton, Okla. St. (69-74-68=211)

May 18-20, 2000 Victoria Country Club, Victoria, Texas Team -- Texas (291-284-272=847) Individual -- Jon Mills, Kent State (71-66-65=202) T3.

2.

Arkansas ...............287-286-283=856 (-8)

13.

Arkansas ............299-295-299=893 (+29)

T2. T4. T6. T15. T36.

Bud Still ......................68-69-75=212 (-4) David White ...............73-74-67=214 (-2) Jack O’Keefe ...............70-76-69=215 (-1) Craig Young...............77-71-72=220 (+4) Gary Clark ...............76-72-81=229 (+13)

T3. T72. T77. T90. T90.

Bud Still ......................73-70-70=213 (-3) Rod Ellis ..................75-74-78=227 (+11) Mike Shevlin ...........76-74-78=228 (+12) Steven Bright ...........77-81-73=231 (+15) Tag Ridings ..............75-77-79=231 (+15)

1991 NCAA Central Regional

1996 NCAA Central Regional

May 13-15, 1991 Stonehenge Golf Club, Fairfield Glade, Tenn. Team -- Florida (277-293-290=860) Individual -- Brian Gay, Florida (67-71-75=213)

May 16-18, 1996 Univ. of Michigan Golf Course, Ann Arbor, Mich. Team -- Texas A&M (284-290-297=871) Individual -- Rob Kerr, Minnesota (72-70-69=211)

4.

Arkansas ............300-292-291=883 (+19)

T3.

Arkansas ............286-295-293=874 (+22)

T5. T19. T19. T35. T42.

Bud Still .......................72-71-73=216 (E) Steven Bright .............78-71-72=221 (+5) Rod Ellis ....................75-73-73=221 (+5) Craig young.............78-77-73=228 (+12) Mike Tompkins .......75-78-77=230 (+14)

T4. T24. T30. T46. T54.

Bud Still .....................72-71-72=215 (+2) Casey Brown .............74-74-72=220 (+7) Tag Ridings ................71-76-74=221 (+8) Steven Bright ...........72-76-75=223 (+10) Rich Morris ..............71-74-79=224 (+11)

1992 NCAA Central Regional

1997 NCAA Central Regional

May 12-14, 1992 Stonebridge Country Club, McKinney, Texas Team -- Texas (287-284-285=856) Individual -- Justin Leonard, Texas (68-69-70=207)

May 15-17, 1997 Univ. of Oklahoma Golf Course, Norman, Okla. Team -- Oklahoma St. (290-278-275=843) Individual -- Bo Van Pelt, Okla. St. (73-68-68=209)

2.

Arkansas ..............295-294-281=870 (+6)

4.

2. T3. T31. T82. T90.

Deane Pappas .............69-71-68=208 (-8) Jack O’Keefe ...............74-72-69=215 (-1) Gary Clark .................74-75-74=223 (+7) David White ............78-76-78=232 (+16) Brenden Pappas .......82-81-70=233 (+17)

T3. Tag Ridings .................67-71-72=210 (-6) T8. Casey Brown ..............74-68-70=212 (-4) T33. Bryan Hawkins ..........72-73-74=219 (+3) T48. Jon Whitaker .............77-72-73=222 (+6) T101. Rich Morris ..............75-78-81=234 (+18)

Arkansas ...............288-284-289=861 (-3)

1993 NCAA Central Regional

1998 NCAA Central Regional

May 19-21, 1993 Red Scarlet Course, Columbus, Ohio Team -- Kent State (294-288-288=870) Individual -- Heath Fell, Michigan St. (69-72-73=214)

May 14-16, 1998 Oak Hill Country Club, San Antonio, Texas Team -- Houston (283-281-281=845) Individual -- Matt Seppanen, Northwestern (68-68-69=205)

T6.

Arkansas ............309-290-295=894 (+30)

T13. Arkansas ............305-282-287=874 (+22)

T9. T23. T37. T64. T81.

David White ..............77-70-72=219 (+3) Jack O’Keefe ..............79-73-71=223 (+7) Bud Still .....................77-75-73=225 (+9) Craig Young.............76-74-79=229 (+13) Gary Clark ...............80-73-80=233 (+17)

T41. T58. T58. T66. T66.

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Craig Lile ....................71-71-66=208 (-5)

2001 NCAA Central Regional May 17-19, 2001 Karsten Creek, Stillwater, Okla. Team -- Kent St. (289-296-298=883) Individual -- John Klauk, Texas (68-73-71=212) T30. Craig Lile ...................76-73-73=222 (+6)

2003 NCAA Central Regional May 15-17, 2003 Colbert Hills, Manhattan, Kan. Team -- Oklahoma St. (285-289-282=856) Individual -- Brett Callas, Houston (71-69-67=207) T7.

Arkansas ..............286-292-292=870 (+6)

T11. T27. T48. T67.

Andrew Dahl ..............68-71-73=212 (-4) Paul Bradshaw .............71-73-72=216 (E) Adam Wing ................74-7472=220 (+4) Seth Murphy .............73-74-75=222 (+6) Darren Holder ........................... D-74-75

2004 NCAA Central Regional May 20-22, 2004 Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex, W. Lafayettem Ind. Team -- Kentucky (298-285-299=882) Individual -- John Holmes, Kentucky (73-70-71=214) 17.

Arkansas ............314-307-310=931 (+67)

T45. Andrew Dahl ...........73-79-78=230 (+14) T45. Matt Bortis ..............78-75-77=230 (+14) T80. Seth Murphy ...........81-77-77=235 (+19) T118. Chad Faucett ...........82-76-86=244 (+28) T132. Beau Glover .............86-85-78=249 (+33)

Rich Morris ................76-69-74=219 (+6) Craig Lile ...................76-76-69=221 (+8) Jon Whitaker .............78-71-72=221 (+8) Casey Brown .............75-70-77=222 (+9) Phil Walker ................78-72-72=222 (+9)

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF NCAA Regional Results 2005 NCAA Central Regional

2010 NCAA Southeast Regional

May 19-21, 2005 Warren Golf Course, South Bend, Ind. Team -- Augusta St. (284-284-281=849) Individual -- Kalle Edberg, Augusta St. (70-68-67=205)

May 20-22, 2010 Capital City Club, Alpharetta, Ga. Team -- Oklahoma St. (282-282-277=841) Individual -- Peter Uihlein, Okla. St. (68-70-68=206)

T6.

8.

Arkansas ............296-282-289=867 (+27)

T13. T26. T45. T49. T53.

Jamie Marshall ..........71-67-74=212 (+2) Dalton Owens ...........76-70-70=216 (+6) Austin Cook ............75-72-73=220 (+10) Josh Eure .................76-73-72=221 (+11) David Lingmerth .....74-73-75=222 (+12)

Arkansas ............295-297-278=870 (+30)

T11. Matt Bortis ................72-71-69=212 (+2) T30. Eric Shriver ................77-74-66=217 (+7) T56. Scott Campbell ........72-78-71=221 (+11) T98. Josh Farrell ..............81-74-72=227 (+17) T108. Beau Glover .............74-80-76=230 (+20)

2006 NCAA Central Regional

2011 NCAA Southeast Regional

May 18-20, 2006 Sand Ridge Golf Club, Chardon, Ohio Team -- Oklahoma St. (280-285-280=845) Individual -- Jonathan Moore, Oklahoma St. (69-69-67=205)

May 19-21, 2011 Golden Ocala Golf Club, Ocala, Fla. Team -- Florida (282-287-277=846) Individual -- Patrick Reed, Augusta St. (72-67-67=206) Mitchell Sutton, N.C. St. (68-67-71=206) Jace Long, Missouri (73-71-62=206)

T24. Matt Bortis ................75-70-74=219 (+6)

2007 NCAA Central Regional May 17-19, 2007 Rich Harvest Farms, Sugar Grove, Ill. Team -- Tulsa (305-280-310=895) Individual -- Dawie Van Der Walt, Lamar (71-69-75=215) T6.

Andrew Landry .........74-71-76=221 (+5)

2008 NCAA Central Regional May 15-17, 2008 Scarlet Course, Columbus, Ohio Team -- Wake Forest (290-287-302=879) Individual -- Kevin Tway, Oklahoma St. (70-69-75=214) T19. Arkansas ............304-304-306=914 (+62) T20. David Lingmerth .....75-74-75=224 (+11) T41. Andrew Landry .......78-72-76=226 (+13) T85. Jason Turner ..........74-779-78=231 (+18) T109. Sam Chavez .............77-79-79=235 (+22) T109. Will Osborne ...........78-80-77=235 (+22)

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Arkansas ...............283-287-286=856 (-8)

T12. T14. T37. T37. T42.

Ethan Tracy ................68-74-70=212 (-4) Austin Cook ...............71-70-72=213 (-3) Jamie Marshall ..........73-77-70=220 (+4) Will Pearson ..............73-73-74=220 (+4) Sebastian Cappelen ...71-70-80=221 (+5)

2012 NCAA South Central Regional May 17-19, 2012 The Club at Olde Stone, Bowling Green, Ky. Team -- Chattanooga (294-281-284=859) Individual -- Stephen Jaeger, Chattanooga (70-67-66=203) 6.

Arkansas ............302-292-285=879 (+15)

8. 12. T30. T46. T66.

Ethan Tracy ...............76-67-70=213 (=3) Sebastian Cappelen .....73-72-71=216 (E) Austin Cook ..............79-73-71=223 (+7) Thomas Sorensen ....74-80-73=227 (+11) Josh Eure .................80-80-76=236 (+20)

2009 NCAA South Central Regional May 14-16, 2009 Karsten Creek, Stillwater, Okla. Team -- Oklahoma St. (296-289-296=881) Individual -- Kevin Tway, Oklahoma St. (74-72-70=216) 2.

Arkansas ............298-301-304=903 (+16)

T5. T13. T25. T37. T37.

David Lingmerth .......74-74-74=222 (+6) Ethan Tracy .............71-76-79=226 (+10) Andrew Landry .....75-75-78=2228 (+12) Jason Cuthbertson ..78-80-76=234 (+18) Jamie Marshall ........82-76-76=234 (+18)

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF NCAA Championship Records All-Time Placing Year Place Score (holes) 1984.....................18th ................880 (54) 1985.....................6th ...............1,192 (72) 1986.....................16th .............1,183 (72) 1987.....................6th ...............1,187 (72) 1988.....................12th .............1,190 (72) 1989.....................7th ...............1,171 (72) 1990.....................30th .............1,228 (72) 1991.....................T9th .............1,192 (72) 1992.....................8th ...............1,156 (72) 1993.....................7th ...............1,169 (72) 1994.....................4th ...............1,138 (72) 1996.....................11th .............1,221 (72) 1997.....................T16th ..............589 (36) 1999.....................T24th ..............618 (36) 2003.....................27th ................ 947(54) 2005.....................T26th ..............894 (54) 2009.....................2nd .................865 (54) Ark. tied for 3rd after stroke play Defeated Washington, 3-2, in quarterfinals Defeated Georgia, 3.5-1.5, in semifinals Lost to Texas A&M, 3-2, in finals

2011.....................15th ................897 (54) All Time Team Finishes Place Times Last 1st ........................- .................................. 2nd ......................1........................... 2009 3rd .......................- .................................. 4th .......................1........................... 1994 5th .......................- .................................. 6th .......................2........................... 1987 7th .......................2........................... 1993 8th .......................1........................... 1992 9th .......................1........................... 1991 10th .....................- .................................. 11th .....................1........................... 1996 12th .....................1........................... 1988 13th .....................- .................................. 14th .....................- .................................. 15th .....................1........................... 2011 16th .....................2........................... 1997 17th .....................- .................................. 18th .....................1........................... 1984 19th .....................- .................................. 20th .....................- .................................. 21st ......................- .................................. 22nd ....................- .................................. 23rd .....................- .................................. 24th .....................1........................... 1999 25th .....................- .................................. 26th .....................1........................... 2005 27th .....................1........................... 2003 28th .....................- .................................. 29th .....................- .................................. 30th .....................1........................... 1990

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Lowest Individual Rounds Player Year (Rd) John Daly ........................1986 (3) Ethan Tracy .....................2009 (2) Brenden Pappas ..............1992 (2) Brenden Pappas ..............1991 (3) Mike Swartz.....................1984 (1) David Lingmerth ............2009 (3) Steven Bright ..................1994 (1) Craig Young ....................1994 (3) Tag Ridings......................1994 (1) Deane Pappas ..................1992 (3) David White ...................1992 (2) Jack O’Keefe ....................1991 (2) Jack O’Keefe ....................1991 (4) Chad Magee ....................1989 (1) Mike Swartz.....................1984 (2) Best Stroke Play Finish Player Year Greg Reid ............................. 1988 Chris Little ........................... 1987 Mike Swartz.......................... 1984 Austin Cook ......................... 2011 Andrew Dahl ........................ 2003 Deane Pappas ....................... 1992 Bud Still ............................... 1994 Bud Still ............................... 1993 John Daly ............................. 1986 Jack O’Keefe ......................... 1991 Chris Little ........................... 1988 Steven Bright ....................... 1994 David Lingmerth ................. 2009 Bud Still ............................... 1996 Tag Ridings........................... 1996 Jack O’Keefe ......................... 1989 Craig Young ......................... 1994 Rod Ellis ............................... 1994

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Most Rounds in the 60s Player (scores) Jack O’Keefe (69, 69) Brenden Pappas (68, 68) Mike Swartz Steven Bright John Daly David Lingmerth Chad Magee Deane Pappas Tag Ridings Ethan Tracy David White Craig Young Best Team Rounds Year (rd) 1994 (1) 1992 (2) 1994 (3) 1992 (3) 2009 (2) 1989 (1) 2009 (3) 1993 (4) 2005 (1) 1994 (2) 1994 (4) 1992 (4)


ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF NCAA Championship Results 1963 NCAA Championships (66th)

1988 NCAA Championship (91st)

1993 NCAA Championship (96th)

June 17-22, 1963 Wichita St. Country Club, Wichita, Kan. Team -- Oklahoma St. (581) Individual -- R.H. Sikes, Arkansas (139)

May 25-28, 1988 North Ranch Country Club, Thousand Oaks, Calif. Team -- UCLA (301-295-293-287=1,176) Individual -- E.J. Pfister, Oklahoma St. (70-76-70-68=284)

June 2-5, 1993 Champions Golf Course, Lexington, Ky. Team -- Florida (291-277-294-283=1,145) Individual -- Todd Demsey, Arizona St. (73-65-71-69=278)

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Arkansas ..302-299-294-295=1,190 (+54)

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Arkansas ..293-290-300-286=1,169 (+17)

T6. T16. T48. 81. T89.

Greg Reid ..............71-72-75-71=289 (+5) Chris Little ...........76-76-70-71=293 (+9) John Sadie ..........78-73-70-78=299 (+15) Chad Magee .......77-78-80-75=310 (+26) Packard DeWitt ..79-84-79-80=322 (+38)

T13. T39. T43. T49. T56.

Bud Still ................71-71-76-71=289 (+1) David White .........77-74-73-72=296 (+8) Jack O’Keefe .........72-73-73-79=297 (+9) Gary Clark ..........76-72-78-72=298 (+10) Craig Young........74-78-78-71=301 (+13)

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R.H. Sikes .......................................... 139 Match Play Round of 3 def. Harry Hoskins, Texas A&M, 5 & 4 Quarterfinals def. Bobby Greenwood, N. Texas St., 2 & 1 Semifinals def. Pat Thompson, Texas, 5 & 4 Finals def. John Lotz, San Jose St., 1 up, 37 holes

1984 NCAA Championships (87th) May 23-26, 1984 Bear Creek Golf World, Houston, Texas Team -- Houston (294-282-285-284=1,145) Individual -- John Inman, North Carolina (66-67-71-67=271) 18.

Arkansas ............292-292-296=880 (+16)

T6. Mike Swartz .......... 68-69-73-73=283 (-5) T89. Sean Pappas ...............73-77-74=224 (+8) T110. Mike Grob .................76-71-78=225 (+9) T124. Tim Crockett ...........76-76-74=226 (+10) T124. Bryan Wagner..........75-76-75=226 (+10)

1989 NCAA Championship (92nd)

1994 NCAA Championship (97th)

June 7-10, 1989 Oak Tree Country Club, Edmond, Okla. Team -- Oklahoma State (279-289-283-288=1,139) Individual -- Phil Mickelson, Arizona St. (66-70-71-74=281)

June 4-6, 1994 Stonebridge Country Club, McKinney, Texas Team -- Stanford (292-273-282-282=1,129) Individual -- Justin Leonard, Texas (71-68-63-69=271)

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Arkansas ..284-299-295-293=1,171 (+19)

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Arkansas .. 279-288-282-289=1,138 (-14)

T24. T27. T40. T40. T59.

Jack O’Keefe .........71-73-74-74=292 (+4) Greg Reid ..............75-71-76-71=293 (+5) Chad Magee .........69-80-71-76=296 (+8) Petey King ............73-75-76-72=296 (+8) Deanne Pappas ...71-81-74-76=302 (+14)

T13. T17. T25. T25. T33.

Bud Still ................ 71-72-70-72=285 (-3) Steven Bright ........ 69-73-72-72=286 (-2) Craig Young............72-72-69-75=288 (E) Rod Ellis .................70-76-71-71=288 (E) Tag Ridings ...........69-71-75-74=289 (+1)

1985 NCAA Championships (88th) 1985 Grenelefe Country Club, Haines City, Fla. Team -- Houston (288-293-300-291=1,172) Individual -- Clark Burroughs, Ohio State (70-70-74-71=285) 6.

Arkansas ........................................ 1,192

1986 NCAA Championships (89th) May 28-31, 1986 Bermuda Run Country Club, Winston-Salem, N.C. Team -- Wake Forest (286-290-302-278=1,156) Individual -- Scott Verplank, Okla. St. (68-68-73-73=282) 16.

1990 NCAA Championship (93rd)

1995 NCAA Championship (98th)

June 6-9, 1990 Innisbrook Island Course, Tarpon Springs, Fla. Team -- Arizona St. (296-288-292-279=1,155) Individual -- Phil Mickelson, Arizona St. (75-68-70-66=279)

May 31-June 3, 1995 The Scarlet Course, Columbus, Ohio Team -- Oklahoma St. (291-292-287-286=1,156) Individual -- Chip Spratlin, Auburn (67-71-70-75=283)

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T102. Bud Still ..........................74-74=148 (+4)

Arkansas ..299-294-295-295=1,138 (+31)

T14. John Daly .............77-72-65-76=290 (+2) T52. Mike Swartz ..........75-73-75-73=296 (+8) T85. John Sadie ..........79-77-75-70=301 (+13) T87. Sean Pappas ........72-74-80-76=302 (+14) T112. Petey King ..........75-75-81-81=312 (+24)

1987 NCAA Championship (90th) June 10-13, 1987 Ohio State Scarlet Golf Course, Columbus, Ohio Team -- Oklahoma St. (298-289-285-288=1,160) Individual -- Brian Watts, Oklahoma St. (74-71-69-66=280)

Arkansas ..302-302-311-311=1,228 (+76)

T49. Hans Haas.............73-74-76-74=297 (+9) T145. Mike Etherington .. 80-82-75-77=314 (+26) T147. Wes McNulty ......74-78-83-81=316 (+28) T150. Brenden Pappas ..87-72-78-80=317 (+29) T150. Deane Pappas .....77-78-82-80=317 (+29)

1991 NCAA Championship (94th) June 5-8, 1991 Poppy Hills Golf Course, Pebble Beach, Calif. Team -- Oklahoma St. (300-289-294-287=1,161) Individual -- Warren Schutte, UNLV (72-70-74-67=283) T9.

Arkansas ..312-292-297-291=1,192 (+40)

T16. Jack O’Keefe .........80-69-76-69=294 (+6) T28. Brenden Pappas ....82-74-68-72=296 (+8) T56. David White .......81-72-74-74=301 (+13) T113. Deane Pappas .....74-77-80-79=310 (+22) T119. Hans Haas...........77-79-79-76=311 (+23)

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Arkansas ..304-290-297-296=1,187 (+35)

1992 NCAA Championship (95th)

T6. T27. T59. T59. T66.

Chris Little ...........75-71-74-70=290 (+2) John Daly .............79-73-73-72=297 (+9) John Sadie ..........76-74-74-79=303 (+15) Sean Pappas ........75-73-78-77=303 (+15) Jeff Barlow ..........78-73-76-77=304 (+16)

June 3-6, 1992 Univ. of New Mexico Golf Club, Albuquerque, N.M. Team -- Arizona (286-284-274-285=1,129) Individual -- Phil Mickelson, Arizona St. (63-65-69-74=271) 8.

Arkansas ....304-281-282-289=1,156 (+4)

T10. T26. T55. T60. T66.

Deane Pappas ....... 74-71-69-71=285 (-3) David White .........78-69-71-72=290 (+2) Gary Clark ............76-73-72-73=294 (+6) Brenden Pappas ....77-68-77-73=295 (+7) Jack O’Keefe .........77-74-70-75=296 (+8)

1996 NCAA Championship (99th) May 29-June 1, 1996 The Honors Course, Chattanooga, Tenn. Team -- Arizona St. (286-300-295-305=1,186) Individual -- Tiger Woods, Stanford (69-67-69-80=285) 11.

Arkansas ..301-300-298-322=1,221 (+69)

T24. T24. T57 T60. 75.

Bud Still ..............77-75-70-80=302 (+14) Tag Ridings .........70-76-76-80=302 (+14) Steven Bright ......79-79-72-81=311 (+23) Rich Morris .........75-75-80-82=312 (+24) Casey Brown ......82-74-84-81=321 (+33)

1997 NCAA Championship (100th) May 28-31, 1997 Conway Farms Golf Club, Lake Forest, Ill. Team -- Pepperdine (287-288-286-287=1,148) Individual -- Charles Warren, Clemson (71-68-73-67=279) T16. Arkansas ...................297-292=589 (+21) T43. Bryan Hawkins ...............72-74=146 (+4) T57. Casey Brown ..................74-73=147 (+5) T65. Tag Ridings .....................74-74=148 (+6) T65. Jon Whitaker ..................77-71=148 (+6) T130. Rich Morris ...................78-76=156 (+12) * Ark. failed to make cut, individuals placing is only after two rounds.

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF NCAA Championship Results 1999 NCAA Championship (102nd)

2009 NCAA Championship (112th)

June 2-5, 1999 Hazeltine National Golf Club, Chaska, Minn. Team -- Georgia (292-305-290-293=1,180) Individual -- Alejandro Canizares, Arizona St. (77-70-71-69=287)

May 26-30, 2009 The Inverness Club, Toledo, Ohio Team -- Texas A&M Individual -- Matt Hill, North Carolina St. (69-69-69=207)

T24. Arkansas ...................298-320=618 (+42)

T3. 2.

Arkansas ............297-283-285=865 (+13) Match Play ............ def. Washington 3-2 def. Georgia 3-1-1 lost to Texas A&M 3-2

T23. T27. T36. T47. T60.

David Lingmerth .......75-72-69=216 (+3) Ethan Tracy ...............76-68-73=217 (+4) Andrew Landry .........75-70-74=219 (+6) Jamie Marshall ..........71-78-71=220 (+7) Jason Cuthbertson ....77-73-72=222 (+9)

T57. Rich Morris .........73-74-80-79=306 (+18) T54. Craig Lile ........................71-82=153 (+9) T132. Phil Walker ...................78-83=153 (+17) T132. Nigel Herd ....................76-85=161 (+17) T142. Aaron Saint ..................82-81=163 (+19) * Ark. failed to make cut as a team, Morris made cut as individual. Individuals placing aside from Morris is only after two rounds.

2000 NCAA Championship (103rd) May 31-June 3, 2000 Grand National Lake, Opelika, Ala. Team -- Oklahoma St. (281-276-275-284=1,116) Individual -- Charles Howell, Oklahoma St. (67-66-63-69=265) T47. Craig Lile ........................72-73=145 (+1)

2003 NCAA Championship (106th) May 27-30, 2003 Karsten Creek, Stillwater, Okla. Team -- Clemson (299-302-287-303=1,191) Individual -- Luke Donald, Northwestern (73-68-72-71=284) 27.

2011 NCAA Championship (114th) May 31-June 5, 2011 Karsten Creek Golf Club, Stillwater, Okla. Team -- Augusta State Individual -- John Peterson, LSU (74-65-72=211) 15.

Arkansas ............296-298-303=897 (+33)

T10. Austin Cook ..............70-74-73=217 (+1) T66. Sebastian Cappelen .. 76-72-78=226 (+10) T74. Ethan Tracy .............75-77-75=227 (+11) T74. Jamie Marshall ........75-75-77=227 (+11) T119. Will Pearson ............77-78-80=235 (+19)

Arkansas ............314-326-307=947 (+83)

T10. Andrew Dahl ........73-81-70-71=295 (+7) T57. Seth Murphy ...........78-79-73=230 (+14) T132. Adam Wing .............82-85-79=246 (+30) T137. Paul Bradshaw .........81-82-85=248 (+32) 153. Josh Farrell ..............83-84-92=259 (+44) * Ark. failed to make cut as a team, Dahl made cut as individual. Individuals placing aside from Dahl is only after three rounds.

2005 NCAA Championship (108th) June 1-3, 2005 Caves Valley Golf Club, Owings Mills, Md. Team -- Georgia (274-284-297-280=1,135) Individual -- James Lepp, Washington (70-67-76-63=276) T26. Arkansas ............288-296-310=894 (+54) T83. Beau Glover ...............70-71-77=218 (+8) T98. Matt Bortis ..............71-78-73=222 (+12) T136. Scott Campbell ........74-76-80=230 (+20) T145. Eric Shriver ..............81-71-81=233 (+23) T151. Josh Farrell ..............73-82-80=235 (+25) * Ark. failed to make cut, individuals placing is only after three rounds.

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Founded in 1871, The University of Arkansas is the flagship institution of the University of Arkansas System. Located in Fayetteville in Arkansas’ northwest corner, the U of A is the state’s foremost partner and resource for education and economic development. The U of A offers 213 baccalaureate, master’s, doctoral, professional and specialist degree programs. In keeping with its status as Arkansas’ land-grant university, the U of A has a 140-year-old mandate to educate, to conduct basic and applied research, and to extend knowledge and resources to the people of Arkansas and beyond through public engagement and service. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching recently classified the U of A as a national research university with a very high level of research activity, based on the number of doctoral degrees awarded, research grants received, and other factors. The U of A is the only Arkansas institution with such a ranking and is among just 108 institutions in the United States (out of 4,633) to have received that classification. The U of A has enormous influence over Arkansans’ social, cultural, and recreational life, especially the widespread passion for the university’s athletics teams, the Arkansas Razorbacks. The U of A’s location in northwest Arkansas is viewed as one of the university’s strongest attributes. Fayetteville is widely recognized as one of the best college communities in the U.S. The city’s Dickson Street district abuts the U of A campus and features scores of restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues. Northwest Arkansas is a vibrant economic region with a national reputation for its high quality of life. Three of the U.S.’s largest corporations have their world headquarters in the region: Tyson Foods, J.B. Hunt Transportation, and the world’s largest retailer, Walmart, Inc. Because of their presence, many other corporations have established primary or secondary headquarters in Northwest Arkansas. Their close proximity to the U of A campus, along with their executives’ and employees’ active involvement in university life, offers students and faculty exceptional opportunities for research partnerships, internships, and post-graduation employment. The U of A boasts one of the most unique features and traditions found on any college or university campus: Senior Walk, a nearly three-mile stretch of concrete sidewalks criss-crossing campus into which the names of every U of A graduate is engraved. More than 140,000 names currently appear, grouped alphabetically by year of graduation. Senior Walk epitomizes the university’s emphasis on “putting students first,” a philosophy captured in its tag line, “the YOU of A.” The U of A features distinctive architecture, including its signature building, Old Main, finished in 1875. As the original administrative facility, the iconic building now houses the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences. The college is named in honor of former U of A President (and, later, U.S. Senator) J. William Fulbright, who

OLD MAIN One of the original buildings on Arkansas’ campus, Old Main symbolizes the strong connection to the past and the focus upon the future which come together in the present at the University of Arkansas. Completed in 1875, Old Main stood the test of time until the mid1980s when age and modern building codes threatened to send it to the wrecking ball as had happened to its sister building at the University of Illinois. A major fund-raising campaign by alumni totally renovated Old Main. Reopening in 1992, the building maintains the feel of a Victorian-era building with high ceilings and elaborate wooden trim. Just below the surface of the period hardwood floors, Old Main is hard-wired to the internet and built to last well into its second century. Even with renovation, Old Main remained unfinished until 2005. One of the gifts during the Campaign for the Twenty-First Century specified the installation of a clock, originally planned for the blank faces of the south tower. As mentioned, Old Main was built from shared plans with its counterpart on the Illinois campus, with one important difference. The north tower of Arkansas’ Old Main is taller than the south tower. Legend says this was symbolic of the Civil War as the lead engineer was a northern veteran.

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helped create the prestigious international scholarship and fellowship programs that bear his name. The U of A’s distinctive Fulbright Peace Fountain, designed by architect Fay Jones, recognizes its namesake’s role in promoting peaceful resolution of world conflicts. Academically, the U of A is organized into 10 schools and colleges: the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences; the College of Education and Health Professions; the College of Engineering; the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences; and the Sam M. Walton College of Business. The university also features the Fay Jones School of Architecture, the Graduate School and International Education, the Honors College, the School of Law and the Global Campus, which provides academic outreach and programs to more than 15,000 learners a year. The U of A’s total annual operating budget for FY2012 is $528 million. Tuition and fee revenues make up the largest source of revenues, followed by an annual state appropriation. Almost 77 percent of all full-time undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid. U of A undergraduate tuition rates were ranked 38th lowest in the nation among land-grant universities, in keeping with the university’s emphasis on keeping itself accessible and affordable. In August 2011, the U of A enrolled a record 23,119 students. The student body consisted of students from all 50 states and more than 100 countries. More than 300 student organizations also exist on campus. There are plenty of things to do on- and offcampus. The HPER Center, the university’s state-of-the-art recreational facility, offers a great place to climb, swim, run, lift weights, do aerobics and yoga, or play basketball. Cultural and recreational options include attending lectures, readings, and theatrical performances, shopping opportunities, and listening to live music on nearby Dickson Street. In 2009, University Chancellor G. David Gearhart presented a long-range strategic plan that was formally endorsed by the elected leaders of the faculty, staff, and student body. The plan emphasizes a commitment to “students first,” and outlines goals and strategies to ensure that all students receive the resources and support they need to achieve their academic goals. The plan also emphasizes the U of A’s commitment to transparency and accountability to the people of Arkansas in its operation. More information about the U of A may be found at www.uark.edu.

SENIOR WALK The University of Arkansas is proud to be the last university in the nation maintaining what once was a common tradition of etching its graduates’ names into the campus sidewalks. The 100,000th graduate’s name went down in cement during the 1990s. The names on Senior Walk stretch over three miles of campus sidewalks. The story of Senior Walk is a perfect example of how the University of Arkansas brings its commitment to the past together with innovations for the future. When the costs involved in hand-etching names into concrete forced numerous other universities to give up, the University of Arkansas turned to its physical plant and engineering school grads to create a one-of-a-kind computerized sandblasting machine -- the SandHog. Each summer, the SandHog roars across the front lawn of Old Main, etching the names of graduates into sidewalks.

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DR. G. DAVID GEARHART CHANCELLOR

Dr. G. David Gearhart became the chancellor of the University of Arkansas on July 1, 2008, following 10 years of service to the university as vice chancellor for university advancement. Previously he was senior vice president of Penn State University, during which time he was named a Fulbright Scholar, studying at Oxford University in Oxford, England. His Bachelor of Arts degree is from Westminster College in Missouri. Both his law degree and his doctor of education degree are from the University of Arkansas. He is a native of Fayetteville. Prior to being appointed chancellor, Dr. Gearhart oversaw the Campaign for the Twenty-First Century, the most successful capital campaign in Arkansas history, which raised more than $1 billion for academic programs. As chancellor, Dr. Gearhart instituted the first tuition freeze in 24 years and implemented a $220 million campus building renovation and refurbishment plan, as well as a campus-wide energy savings plan. He has also undertaken a renewed emphasis on the arts on campus, including the establishment of the “All Steinway Campus.” Dr. Gearhart has additionally implemented a major cost savings program that has already resulted in over $29.4 million in cost reduction and savings to the flagship campus. Campus enrollment has also grown by nearly 4,000 students in the past three years to almost 23,000 students. At the same time, diversity in the student body has increased significantly. He and his wife of more than 35 years, Jane, have two children and two grandchildren.

DR. SHARON HUNT FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE

Chancellor G. David Gearhart appointed Dr. Sharon Hunt to be the faculty athletics representative (FAR) for the University of Arkansas in August 2010. Dr. Hunt is the first woman and non-lawyer to hold the post. Dr. Hunt has been on the University of Arkansas faculty since 1990, and she served as the department head of the recently renamed Department of Health, Human Performance and Recreation from July 1,1990 until June 30, 2011 except for the 2000-01 academic year, when she served as the interim dean of the College of Education and Health Professions On June 30, 2011 Dr. Hunt stepped down as department head and returned to the faculty at the rank of Professor giving her more time to devote to the FAR position. A high school athlete, Hunt’s involvement with collegiate athletics dates back to her own college days at the University of Arkansas when she played extramural sports with the women’s basketball and tennis teams prior to the enactment of Title IX. After receiving her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in physical education from the university, she went on to earn a Doctor of Education degree from the University of Georgia, where she taught a variety of undergraduate courses as a graduate assistant. Upon the completion of her doctoral degree, she joined the faculty of the University of Kentucky for 13 years, where she taught both undergraduate and graduate courses and served as the graduate coordinator for the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. In 1990, she and her family returned to Fayetteville. The FAR’s responsibilities lie in three broad areas: academic integrity within the athletics program, student-athlete well-being, and institutional control of the athletics program. Dr. Hunt is involved in the student-athlete advisory council on campus and chairs the Academic Credential Review Committee and Athletic’s Academic Integrity Committee, and serves as an ex-officio member of the Faculty Athletics Committee. In addition, she travels to represent the University of Arkansas at various SEC and NCAA meetings. Dr. Hunt was instrumental in establishing the graduate athletic training education program in the College of Education and Health Professions, and she has worked closely with athletics on that program. The athletics department provides support to students in the athletic training education program in the form of a stipend, books and travel to the Arkansas Athletic Trainers’ Association annual meeting. Two endowed scholarships for athletic training students in honor of longtime Razorback trainers Dean Weber and the late Bill Ferrell were established through the athletics department. Dr. Hunt has been married to David Hunt since 1973, and they have an adult son and daughter as well as a grandson.

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF JEFF LONG

VICE CHANCELLOR FOR INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS & DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Entering his fifth full year as Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics, Jeff Long has guided the University of Arkansas’ Department of Intercollegiate Athletics through a period of unprecedented transition and gained national attention for his leadership while revitalizing a tradition-rich athletics program encompassing 19 sports and more than 460 student-athletes. Long leads a comprehensive athletics program uniformly committed to the development of student-athletes academically, athletically and socially. A part of Chancellor G. David Gearhart’s Executive Committee, Long is helping to chart the course for the future of higher education at the University of Arkansas while integrating Razorback Athletics into the campus community. In each of the past three years, Razorback Athletics has made a $1 million gift to support the university’s academic mission. The department’s total support of university and student programs and initiatives includes $1.9 million in direct funding of academic programs. Long’s leadership and unwavering commitment to the student-athletes and maintaining integrity within intercollegiate athletics has not gone unnoticed. In 2011-12, Long was named a finalist for the SportsBusiness Journal and SportsBusiness Daily Athletic Director of the Year. In the spring of 2012, the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation and longtime chairman Fred W. Smith made a gift of more than $1.25 million to the program in recognition of Long’s leadership of Razorback Athletics. In Long’s tenure, Arkansas has captured 11 conference championships and advanced to 68 post-season competitions, including the school’s first Bowl Championship Series appearance in football, while drawing more than a million fans annually to campus to cheer on the Razorbacks. In 2011-12, Arkansas finished No. 20 in the Learfield Sports Directors Cup, a year-long competition ranking the nation’s most successful intercollegiate athletic programs, the fourth time in the past five years the Razorbacks have finished in the nation’s top 25. In the classroom, the Razorbacks continue to set new standards including posting a student-athlete grade point average of 3.07 in 2011-12. It marked the fourth consecutive year Razorback student-athletes posted a GPA exceeding 3.0. Arkansas exceeds the national APR multi-year rate by more than 10 points in 18 sports and has seen a steady rise in graduation success rates. Student-athlete development has also been a priority including the establishment of the Razorback Leadership Academy, the first of its kind in the Southeastern Conference. In the community, Razorback student-athletes are more active than ever volunteering more than 5,000 hours of time for more than 100 agencies, organizations and schools. One of the nation’s most active athletic directors on Twitter, Long embraces the opportunity to interact with members of the Razorback Nation whether in person or through social media. Long was selected to replace legendary athletic director and former Razorback football coach Frank Broyles and even before he officially took the reins on Jan. 1, 2008, Arkansas announced that it would combine its previously independent men’s and women’s athletic programs into one combined athletic program. Long adeptly blended the men’s and women’s athletic departments into one unified department and established a new administrative structure. Long has also worked tirelessly to maintain long-time relationships and to forge new relationships for the benefit of the Razorback program including extending Arkansas’ relationship with War Memorial Stadium and partnering with former Razorback Jerry Jones to develop the Southwest Classic, a football series with Texas A&M played at the spectacular Cowboys Stadium. Under Long’s leadership, the program has fortified its financial standing ensuring more support for the development of student-athletes. According to the Wall Street Journal, Arkansas is one of only 22 self-sustaining Divi-

The Longs: (l-r): Jeff, Fanny, Stephanie and Christina.

sion I-A athletic programs in the nation. As economic indicators were beginning to point toward challenging economic times, Long signed Arkansas to a deal with IMG College to form Razorback Sports Properties that guarantees the Razorback program $73 million during the course of the decadelong agreement. Long also negotiated an extensive all sports apparel and footwear agreement with NIKE, Inc. that will outfit all 19 Razorback sports programs through the 2014-15 season. In December 2011, Forbes Magazine estimated the value of the Razorback Football program at $89 million, eighth in the nation. Arkansas saw the largFollow me @JeffLongUA est increase (59%) from the previous rankings released in 2009. In 2010, Long moved to help meet the growing financial needs of fielding a nationally competitive all sports program. The athletic department launched the “Answer the Call” campaign through the Razorback Foundation which resulted in more than 2,600 new members and helped generate more than $6.5 million in additional support for Razorback student-athletes. With an eye towards the future, Long commissioned a comprehensive plan to assess the future facility needs of the program. Unveiled in October 2011, the Razorback Athletic Facilities Master Plan provided a vision and the road map for $320 million of facility renovations and additions that will help all 19 Razorback sports remain competitive in the Southeastern Conference and nationally over the next 30 years. The first major project from the master plan, the football center, is currently being constructed with a targeted completion date in 2013. A veteran administrator with a track record of the highest commitment to the concept of “student-athlete,” Long has had more than two decades experience in athletic administration at the Division I level including at the University of Pittsburgh, University of Oklahoma, University of Michigan, Virginia Tech University, Eastern Kentucky University and Rice University. Long also understands the coach’s perspective from time spent in coaching staff positions at Duke University, University of Michigan and North Carolina State University. His experience as an athletic director and administrator in five of the six Bowl Championship Series conferences – the Big 12, Big Ten, Big East, Atlantic Coast and SEC - gives Long a uniquely informed perspective on intercollegiate athletics. On the forefront of NCAA governance, Long has served on the NCAA Management Council, the NCAA’s Sports Wagering Task Force and as a member of the Executive Committee of the Division I-A Athletic Directors’ Association. Long currently serves on the NCAA Championships/Sports Management Cabinet. Prior to assuming his current roles at Arkansas, Long served for four years as the athletic director at the University of Pittsburgh. Long redefined Pitt athletics, most notably through the “Quest for Excellence” campaign that raised nearly $34 million to enhance the student-athlete experience. During his tenure the Panthers’ were selected as the No. 17 overall program in the nation in the December 2006 Sports Illustrated on Campus’ All-Sport Rankings. Before arriving at Pitt, Long was senior associate athletic director at Oklahoma for two and a half years overseeing external affairs for the Sooners. In addition, Long was the primary administrator for the Sooners’ highly successful football and men’s basketball programs, along with sport supervision of baseball, wrestling and both golf teams. Long’s first appointment as a director of athletics was at Eastern Kentucky where he served for two and a half years. Prior to Eastern, Long had a brief stay with Virginia Tech as an associate athletics director. He began his career in college athletic administration at Michigan, hired by legendary coach and athletics director, the late Bo Schembechler. During his seasons with the Wolverines, Long was promoted through a series of posts to the position of associate athletics director. A former two-sport athlete at Ohio Wesleyan, Long earned seven varsity letters for the Bishops in football and baseball before completing his degree in economics in 1982. He started his post-graduate career in athletics working on head coach Tom Reed’s staff as a graduate assistant football coach at the cradle of coaches, Miami University of Ohio. Long earned his master’s in education at Miami in 1983, moving on to football staff positions at Rice, Duke and N.C. State prior to joining Michigan. An Ohio native from Kettering, Long is married to the former Fanny Gellrich of Ann Arbor, Mich. The Longs have two daughters, Stephanie and Christina.

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BEV LEWIS

ASSOCIATE VICE CHANCELLOR & EXECUTIVE ASSOCIATE AD

Bev Lewis has served the University of Arkansas and its Razorback athletic programs for more than three decades. The former women’s athletic director prior to the department merger in 2007-08, Lewis now serves as the associate vice chancellor and executive associate athletic director for administration and sport programs. Lewis is also the coordinator of a five-member sport administrator group that provides day-to-day administrative support for each of Arkansas’ 19 sports. Lewis is the sport administrator for men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s track and field, men’s and women’s golf, gymnastics, softball and volleyball. In addition, Lewis is the primary administrator working with the Razorbacks’ strength and conditioning units and athletic training and sports medicine program as well as overseeing media relations. She also serves as a liaison to the faculty senate and the faculty athletic committee, and coordinates the department’s NCAA certification, Title IX compliance and strategic planning. Lewis was elected to the 2011-12 Southeastern Conference Executive Committee assisting the league office in a leadership role. The largest portion of her service to the university was her 19-year tenure as the Director of Women’s Athletics. As a result of her strong emphasis on the classroom, Razorback female student-athletes received numerous academic honors including national academic All-American of the year, team academic national titles and the university’s first two SEC/H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athletes of the Year. Her leadership was also a part of the success of the university’s Campaign for the Twenty-First Century. Lewis directed Women’s Athletics to over $11.5 million in direct support for women’s teams. During the campaign, Lewis received one of her greatest personal honors as Bob and Marilyn Bogle requested that Arkansas’ $6 million facility be named the Bev Lewis Center. In 1998, she was voted into the University Of Arkansas Hall Of Honor. Lewis served collegiate athletics at the highest level as an administrator, first with the NCAA Championship Cabinet and recently on the NCAA Management Council. Prior to assuming the duties of AD, Lewis was women’s cross country and track coach. Her Arkansas coaching milestones included the first women’s squad to achieve a national ranking and the first conference championship team with the 1988 Southwest Conference Cross Country Championships. Lewis earned her bachelor’s degree from Central Michigan in 1979 and followed it with her master’s from Purdue prior to her arrival at Arkansas in 1981. The former Bev Rouse, is married to Harley Lewis.

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MATT TRANTHAM

JON FAGG

SENIOR ASSOCIATE AD FOR COMPLIANCE AND STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

SENIOR ASSOCIATE AD FOR INTERNAL OPERATIONS

Matt Trantham joined the University of Arkansas in 2008 as the senior associate athletic director for internal operations. He oversees Razorback facilities, event management and equipment operations. Supervising several major projects in his first year with the Razorbacks, Trantham guided the $2.5 million renovation of Bud Walton Arena and the $1.3 million restoration of synthetic playing surface at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback stadium in 2008-09. This year, he is overseeing the Master Plan currently underway for all athletic facilities. One of the first projects within the master plan began during the 201112 academic year with the expansion of the football practice facilities including meeting rooms, academic center and offices. Progress continues on those projects with the football center scheduled to open in the fall 2013. Prior to joining Arkansas, Trantham began his career with the University of Oklahoma in July 1999 as the promotions director for the athletic department where he worked with all 20 of OU’s teams. He was named assistant athletic director for event management in 2004 and was promoted to associate athletic director in 2006. In his role as associate AD for event management, Trantham oversaw more than 500 events a year, coordinated the efforts of more than 1,500 event staff members and was responsible for activities within 13 athletic facilities. He also served as OU’s liaison with all postseason events including both Big 12 and NCAA championship competitions. Prior to joining the Sooners, Trantham spent five seasons in professional sports in Washington, D.C. Trantham earned his bachelor’s of science degree in business management from Centenary College in 1990 and a master’s degree in sports management from the United States Sports Academy in 1998. Trantham and wife Kristen are parents of two sons, Will and Davis, and two daughters, Morgan and Paige.

Jon Fagg joined the University of Arkansas as a senior associate athletic director for compliance and studentathlete services in the summer of 2008, overseeing all aspects of compliance and academics. He serves as a member of the senior management group for the Razorbacks. Fagg supervises NCAA and Southeastern Conference rules compliance and education. He reports directly to the vice chancellor and director of athletics, and has an informational reporting relationship on compliance issues with the university’s Office of the General Counsel. In addition to compliance, Fagg also supervises the student-athlete services department which advises and offers support to more than 450 Razorback student-athletes. Fagg joined the Razorback staff after spending the past seven years at North Carolina State. Hired in March 2001, he served four and half years as an assistant athletics director for compliance before being promoted to associate athletics director for compliance in the fall of 2005. While with the Wolfpack, Fagg’s responsibilities included coordinating all aspects of the NCAA compliance program, including rules education for intercollegiate staff and related university personnel, and advisement, education and interpretations regarding NCAA rules and regulations. Prior to his tenure at North Carolina State, Fagg spent three years as the assistant athletics director for compliance at Fresno State. He also served one year as director of compliance for the Big South Conference. His first athletics administrative experience came at Mars Hill College where he handled compliance duties as well as serving as an assistant coach for the football team for three seasons. His coaching experience also includes a stint as an assistant coach at Davidson from February 1992 to June 1993 and as a GA coach at his alma mater, the University of Arizona, from January 1991 to February 1992. Fagg and his wife Amanda have three children: Jon Madison and twins, Reed and Ellie.

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF CHRIS WYRICK

SENIOR ASSOCIATE AD FOR DEVELOPMENT

Chris Wyrick joined the University of Arkansas in April 2008 and has served in several different capacities over the last four years. Originally hired as the Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Affairs, Wyrick’s oversight included marketing and promotions, media relations, new media, ISP/IMG multi media partners, special events, ticket operations, major gift fund raising, as well as sports administrator duties for Men’s Basketball and Men’s and Women’s Golf. Two years ago, Wyrick was called upon to lead the Razorback Seat Value Plan (RSVP) as part of the Answer the Call Campaign. As a Razorback Foundation employee, Wyrick served as Executive Director of RSVP and led a staff through the yearlong effort of realigning fans’ seat locations with their Razorback Foundation donor classifications. The highly successful program introduced 2,600 new members to the Razorback Foundation and yielded over 6.5 million dollars in new revenue. To date, both these numbers are the largest single year growth in Foundation history. Upon completion of RSVP, Wyrick returned to the Athletic Department in August of 2011 as a Senior Associate Athletic Director for Development. His current duties include all development activities including major gift contributions, as well as serving as the departmental liaison to the Razorback Foundation. Wyrick also oversees the Razorback Ticket Office, the office of Public Relations, and works directly with the Associated Student Government (ASG). Under Wyrick’s watch, major gift fundraising produced over 38 million the last fiscal year which was the second most in school history and was the largest amount raised throughout the university. A native of Greensboro, N.C., Wyrick joined Arkansas after two years at South Carolina where he was associate athletics director for development. Prior to USC, he spent six years at Vanderbilt as an administrator. A 1992 graduate of North Carolina State with a degree in political science, Wyrick and his wife Merrily have two daughters, Caroline and Caitlin.

CLAYTON HAMILTON

SENIOR ASSOCIATE AD CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

Clayton Hamilton joined the Razorbacks in January, 2010, assuming the role of Chief Financial Officer with oversight of the athletic department’s financial affairs, business operations, contracts, human resources, payroll, and retail store operations. He was promoted to Senior Associate AD in the summer of 2012. Hamilton has over 16 years of financial management experience, including positions with the University of Colorado, Florida State University, the Dallas Cowboys and the Cleveland Cavaliers. He is an active member of the College Athletic Business Management Association, having served most recently as president in 2009, and has served on various NCAA strategic task forces. He is also a past recipient of the College Athletic Business Manager of the Year Award, and was recognized in 2011 as one of Northwest Arkansas’ Top Forty Under 40. A native of Arkansas, Hamilton graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. He obtained a master’s degree in sports management from the United States Sports Academy in 1997, and his CPA certification from the State of Arkansas in 1998. Hamilton and his wife Stephanie have two children, Lauren and Caylee.

The 2012-13 Administrative Staff helped newcomers move into campus housing this year. Pictured are (l-r): Chris Wyrick, Byron Hatch, Chris Pohl, Mark Scobey, Eric Wood, Clayton Hamilton and Kevin Trainor.

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BYRON HATCH

ASSOCIATE AD FOR BUSINESS Byron Hatch joined the Razorback Athletics Department in July 2012 as the Associate Athletic Director for Business. Hatch joins the Razorbacks after spending the past seven years at the NCAA serving most recently as the director of championships and alliances. Hatch, a native of Humphrey, Ark., earned his undergraduate degree in accounting from the University of Central Arkansas (UCA) and a law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR). While in law school, Hatch worked in the offices of the Arkansas Public Defender Commission and the Pulaski County Public Defender in Little Rock, Ark. Hatch will work in the Razorback Athletics business office and report to Senior Associate Athletic Director and Chief Financial Officer Clayton Hamilton. As the NCAA’s associate director of the Division I Men’s basketball championship (2007-11) and then the director of championships and alliances (2011-12), Hatch served as a liaison to the Division I men’s basketball committee and championship hosts assisting with the planning and conducting of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament. Hatch was responsible for the financial administration of the championship and helped oversee the site selection process. He also was responsible for the supervision of NCAA officiating responsibilities for the championship including serving as the liaison to the National Coordinator of Men’s Basketball Officiating. Hatch also worked with the NCAA Corporate and Broadcast Alliances staff to coordinate NCAA corporate champions’ and partners’ exposure and marketing opportunities throughout the championship. Prior to his work in the championships and alliances division, Hatch worked in the NCAA’s Department of Academic and Membership Affairs as a coordinator (2005), assistant director (2005-07) and associate director (2007). In that role, Hatch served as a lead administrator for the NCAA athletics certification staff and for a variety of Division I institutions undergoing the athletics certification process. He also worked with initialeligibility waivers and served as the NCAA rules interpretation contact for four Division I conferences and their institutions. Hatch and his wife Marla, have two daughters, McKinley and Brooklyn.

CHRIS POHL

ASSOCIATE AD FOR EVENTS A former championships director for the NCAA, Chris Pohl joined Arkansas in 2002 to manage marketing and promotion for the women’s sports after 11 years at the NCAA. Pohl moved into event management in 2008 and oversees the event management department which coordinates all home and postseason events for the Razorbacks. Her primary sport responsibilities include football, men’s basketball and swimming and diving. In 2012, Pohl added the duties of sport administrator for soccer along with the event management responsibilities for that sport for the Razorbacks. Pohl and her staff prepare and monitor budgets for events, work with service departments including facili-

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF ties, custodial services and grounds, handle game management responsibilities for all on-campus athletic events; ensuring all aspects of the facilities are ready for competition and spectator hosting, coordinate fan services for game and event management including marketing and promotions, parking services, public safety, law enforcement, life safety/emergency responders, merchandising, concessions, and other aspects of creating a first-class spectator experience. A 1981 graduate of Central Michigan and basketball letterwinner, she earned her master’s in 1984 from Penn State.

BRIAN PRACHT

ASSOCIATE AD FOR MARKETING Brian Pracht joined the University of Arkansas Athletic Department staff as the associate athletic director for marketing and licensing in July 2010. His responsibilities at Arkansas include overseeing marketing, promotions, ticket sales, RazorVision Productions, website development and spirit squads while also serving as the staff liaison to the University’s multi-media rights holder (IMG College/Razorback Sports Properties). He is a member of the athletic department’s executive staff. Pracht also directs the University’s trademark licensing program, which currently ranks in the top 15 for gross revenue production among all Collegiate Licensing Company partners, and serves as the staff liaison to the SEC’s television partners. With more than 17 years of experience in intercollegiate athletics, Pracht joined the Razorback staff following seven years at Wichita State where he was the senior associate athletics director for external operations. Pracht graduated in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Emporia State in Kansas. He and his wife Amy have two daughters, Caroline and Lily.

TRACEY STEHLIK

ASSOCIATE AD FOR COMPLIANCE Starting her 29th year with the University of Arkansas, Tracey Stehlik serves as associate athletic director for compliance. In addition, Stehlik serves as the sport administrator for women’s basketball, swimming and diving and men’s and women’s tennis. She began her career as an assistant women’s basketball coach, and was a part of the staff that won the only women’s hoops conference championships at Arkansas. Stehlik worked in a variety of administrative roles since leaving the court including compliance and game management. She and husband Wayne have two daughters, Mollie and Maggie.

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF KEVIN TRAINOR ASSOCIATE AD FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS

Starting his 18th season at Arkansas, Kevin Trainor is in his fifth year as associate athletic director and his third as the department’s Public Relations Director. Trainor coordinates the department’s executive and crisis management communications and is the primary department liaison with University Relations. He is in charge of producing the department’s annual report and serves as managing editor of Inside Razorback Athletics. He also serves as the sports administrator for baseball. Trainor was a nearly 20-year veteran in the media relations office before assuming his current role. A university graduate in journalism in 1994, he earned his master’s at Arkansas in 2005. He is an active member of the Public Relations Society of America. Trainor and his wife, the former Ruth Whitehead, are the parents of two daughters, Emma and Ellie.

ERIC A. WOOD

ASSOCIATE AD FOR STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES Eric A. Wood joined the university in 2009, and is responsible for the oversight of student-athlete services including academic support, life skills and career development programs that contribute to the personal growth and character development of our more than 460 Razorback student-athletes. Other responsibilities include housing, student conduct, student-athlete appearance requests, drug testing administration, coordinator of diversity initiatives and the liaison to Student Affairs. Wood, a member of the athletics department senior staff was promoted to Associate Athletic Director July 2011 and currently serves on the departments Executive Staff. Wood and his wife Celia have a daughter,Eliana Jewel.

JUSTIN MALAND

ASSISTANT AD FOR FACILITIES Justin Maland joined the Razorbacks in 1999 and is beginning his seventh year as an Assistant AD for facilities in 2012. His areas of responsibility include oversight of all Razorback athletic facilities, including budgeting, game day operations, scheduling, upkeep, maintenance, long-range planning, daily facility operations, contracting services with outside vendors and coordination of special events. Maland supervises a staff whose responsibilities include custodial and housekeeping, buildings, grounds and other service areas and oversees external events and facility operations on campus. The Harrison, Ark., native and former college student-athlete, provides management services in all athletic facility renovation projects and construction management of all new projects including the state-of-the-art Razorback Football Center, part of the Athletic Department’s Master Plan. One of Maland’s recent projects is the installation of the new videoboard for Razorback Stadium. Maland is a 1999 graduate of Hendrix College and earned his master’s degree in sports management at Arkansas in 2001. Maland is married to the former Sarah Parnell of Booneville and they have three children, Macy, Jack and Addy.

MARK SCOBEY

ASSISTANT AD FOR TICKET SERVICES Charged with the supervision of ticket operations for all University of Arkansas men’s athletic departmentrelated sporting events, Mark Scobey is in his 36th season with the Razorbacks. He was promoted to Assistant AD for Ticket Services in August 2012. During his tenure at the University of Arkansas, Scobey has assisted with ticket sales for a wide assortment of events on the Fayetteville campus, including SEC and NCAA hosted championship events in baseball, tennis and track. He has also been affiliated with 20 post-season football bowl games, the 1995, 2002 and 2006 SEC football championship games, and 23 post-season basketball tournament teams, including the 1978, 1990, 1994 and 1995 Final Four clubs. In December 2002, Scobey worked with Paciolan Systems, Inc., as the project manager for a major software upgrade of the athletic department ticketing system. The addition of on-line ticket sales is now 35% of ticket volume and has given the ticket office staff more time for customer service. Scobey joined the UA athletic staff in 1977 as an assistant athletic ticket manager and became ticket manager in 1983. A native of Warren, Ark., Scobey lives in historic Eureka Springs.

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Men’s Golf Support Staff Dave England

Phil Pierce

Head Athletic Trainer for Men’s Basketball and Baseball

Assoc. Media Relations Director

Dave England is in his 29th season as the head athletic trainer for the men’s basketball team while also working with baseball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s golf and Razorback spirit squads. In his 33rd full year and his 30th season as a member of the Arkansas athletic training staff, England has been responsible for basketball since the 1983-84 season. In 2004, he received the District 6 Athletic Trainer Service Award from the National Athletic Trainers Association. He was honored in 2000 as the Arkansas Athletic Trainers’ Association Trainer of the Year. England also worked at Arkansas as a student and graduate assistant athletic trainer. He returned to Fayetteville following a stint in the St. Louis Cardinals baseball organization. A 1980 graduate of Arkansas with a bachelor’s of science degree in education, England worked the 1976 Cotton Bowl and 1978 Orange Bowl football games as a student athletic trainer. He was a graduate assistant for Dean Weber in 1980-81 and went with the Hogs to the 1980 Hall of Fame Bowl. He also worked with baseball during those days and went to the 1979 College World Series where the Razorbacks finished second. He then accepted an offer to work with the Cardinals. After spending some time in the lower levels of the organization, he worked his way up to the position of head trainer for the Cardinals’ Double-A team in Little Rock. He returned to Arkansas in January 1984 as an assistant and was promoted to head athletic trainer in 1989. In working with Razorback basketball, England has been to 16 NCAA tournaments and two NITs. He’s made three trips to the Final Four and worked with the 1994 NCAA champions and the 1995 national runner-up. He returned to the College World Series with the baseball Hogs in 1985, 1987 and 2004 while the 2002 club advanced to a Super Regional. While working with football he has been to the Liberty and Cotton bowls twice, and the Orange, Holiday and Hall of Fame bowls. One of the founding members of the Arkansas Athletic Trainers’ Association in 1987, England was inducted into the AATA Hall of Fame in 1999. He has two daughters, Jennifer (29), and Alyson (20), and a granddaughter, Ellie (2). He is married to the former Heather Cullum, who is the Director of Guest Services for the Athletic Department.

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Phil Pierce joined the University of Arkansas Athletic Department in the fall of 1996 and over the past 16 years has been a part of many Razorback sports and memorable moments. Currently he is the media relations contact for the men’s basketball and men’s golf teams while also overseeing the production of Razorback Game Day, Arkansas’ official men’s basketball game day program. Joining the men’s athletics department in 1996 as an intern, Pierce worked with four NCAA Championship track and field teams as well as the cross country and golf programs. Hired as an assistant communications director for women’s athletics in January of 1998, Pierce worked primarily with the women’s cross country/track and soccer programs, but also covered the media relations aspects for the swimming & diving and tennis teams at various points. Following the blending of the Arkansas athletic departments, Pierce took over the media relations responsibilities for the baseball team and assisted with football. In the fall of 2009, he moved to the men’s basketball and golf programs. During Pierce’s 16 years with the Razorbacks he has overseen the media responsibilities of four NCAA Championship track teams, 17 Southeastern Conference cross country and track titles, a College World Series run and was the media coordinator for eight NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships. In addition he helped build Arkansas men’s athletics first web site and was a part of nine years of Razorback soccer radio broadcasts. A 1996 graduate of Baldwin-Wallace (Ohio) University, Pierce received a Bachelor’s degree in sports management and business administration. While at BaldwinWallace he worked in the sports information office for three years and with all of the Yellow Jackets 20 varsity sports. A native of Darien, Conn., Pierce, his wife, Stephanie, and son Matthew, reside in Fayetteville.

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Men’s Golf Support Staff Justin Johnson Academic Counselor Justin Johnson enters his eighth year with the Razorbacks as Assistant Director of Academics. He was promoted in July of 2012 after serving four years as an academic counselor and two years as a graduate assistant within the department. He currently works with the baseball, swimming/diving, and men’s and women’s golf teams. His responsibilities include monitoring academic progress to ensure student-athletes are meeting University, Southeastern Conference, and NCAA requirements, tracking continuing eligibility, and providing registration and advising services. Johnson is a member of the National Association of Academic Advisers for Athletics, and serves on the research committee. A 2006 graduate of the University of Arkansas, Johnson holds a bachelor of science in education and earned his master’s degree in sports management at Arkansas in 2008.

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RAZORBACK SUPPORT SERVICES

ACADEMIC SERVICES Recognizing the difficulty of balancing the demands of athletic competition at the highest level and completion of the rigorous academic standards of a Carnegie research-level university, the Razorback Athletic Department provides support services through both facilities and personnel to guide Arkansas student-athletes to their ultimate goal: University of Arkansas diploma. The key components of the Center for Student-Athlete Success (CSAS) are personal development, career development, academic tutoring, study hall facilities, class attendance monitoring and incentive awards recognizing academic achievement. BOGLE ACADEMIC CENTER There is no higher priority for the University of Arkansas Athletic Department than the academic progress of its scholar-athletes. Thanks to the generous gift of Bob and Marilyn Bogle, the home of the Razorback Athletic Department’s Student-Athlete Academic Support and Achievement program is the Bob and Marilyn Bogle Academic Center. The 15,000-square foot Bogle Academic Center is located in the east side of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Under the overall direction of Senior Associate Athletic Director Jon Fagg, the Bogle Academic Center houses the Arkansas Razorbacks Academic Support Program, the Razorback Student-Athlete Development Office and the Career Development Program. Associate Athletic Director for Academics and Student-Athlete Development Eric A. Wood oversees the staff of professionals dedicated to directing student-athletes to reach their personal academic goals, and to do so in ways that balance their academic, athletic and personal lives.

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STUDY HALL AND TUTORS A quiet setting for uninterrupted study, the Bogle Academic Center provides three types of study hall space. The computer lab has more than 30 stations for individual computer-based study. An open study hall is available for group or individual study, and monitored by staff members of the SAASA. There are 17 individual study carrels that provide space for tutors to meet with studentathletes for individual instruction in specific subjects. Each Razorback team sets its own criteria for study hall attendance. The use of tutors is a key element for academic success, allowing for individualized assistance and for reaching academic excellence in advanced subjects. STUDENT-ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT The mission of the Student-Athlete Development Office is to contribute to the personal growth and character development of Razorback student-athletes through holistic programming for success in life. The Student-Athlete Development Office continues to expand its commitment to the offerings and opportunities in the following areas: * Academic Excellence * Athletic Excellence * Career Development and Graduate School Preparation * Community Service * Personal Development * Health and Wellness * Leadership and Character Development * Financial Planning

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ARKANSAS MEN’S GOLF Our Goals * Provide the resources to support the academic progress toward intellectual development and graduation for our student-athletes. * Provide career development programs that will enable our student-athletes to develop and pursue career and life goals. * Engage our student-athletes in experiences involving the university, local, state, national, and global communities through services. * Support the development of a well-balanced lifestyle, decision-making skills, encouraging emotional well-being, and personal growth for our student-athletes. * Invest in the personal development of our student-athletes through various programs that enable them to be successful in the classroom, the community, and in their athletic activities. The Student-Athlete Development Office coordinated more than 6,000 hours dedicated to service in Northwest Arkansas and worldwide. Razorback student-athletes worked with more than 100 agencies giving of their time and energy last season. Razorback student-athletes took advantage of the Razorback Leadership Academy, the first of its kind in the SEC in 2010-11 as well. Student-athletes, coaches and staff were shown steps to become better leaders on their teams, in the classroom, in the workplace and in life. Finally, student-athletes participated in Hogs in Transition, a program designed to help Razorbacks make the move to life after college and athletics. Student-athletes took part in career fairs, corporate office visits and interview training. New for 2011-12 was the debut of the Hogspy awards, modeled after the ESPY’s, to recognize academic and athletic achievements as well as leadership and community service. COMPLIANCE The University of Arkansas Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is proud to have your interest and support in the Razorbacks. The Razorback Athletics Compliance Office works hard to educate its student-athletes, coaches, staff and boosters on the rules and regulations mandated by the Southeastern Conference and the NCAA. SEC and NCAA rules and regulations can be complex, and every situation is different. The Razorback Compliance Office makes every effort to disseminate information, and they encourage student-athletes, coaches, staff and boosters to contact them if there are questions. The Razorback Athletics Department is proud of your support of the Razorbacks, but we caution you that inadvertent actions by our fans may jeopardize the department, current student-athletes or potential student-athletes. MARKETING The excitement and support of the University of Arkansas athletic teams is at an all-time high. Recently, single-game attendance records have been set for many sports including football, baseball, gymnastics and soccer. Bud Walton Arena has also seen an insurgence of

fans with Mike Anderson’s return to Fayetteville with his “Fastest 40 Minutes in Basketball” recapturing the spirit of Razorback fans. State-of-the-art facilities, the nation’s best coaches and players and the greatest fans in college athletics come together for some of the most exciting events that take place in the state of Arkansas. The Razorback marketing staff is a big part of the behind-the scenes success of all 19 teams at the university. They assist in the branding of our image, getting information to our fans and helping to fill our venues. Their work is evident in our stadiums, on the videoboards and during pre-event, halftime and post-events. They work with sponsors, maintain the department’s social media presence and welcome new fans with creative ticket and suite packages. The Razorback Marketing Office also handles the University’s trademark licensing program ensuring fans get the Razorback quality they have come to expect. SPIRIT SQUAD Along with being a Razorback, serving as a Razorback Spirit Squad member has a long tradition at the University of Arkansas. Currently, the Razorbacks have two coed cheer squads - Arkansas Cheer and Razorback Cheer that inspire the crowds at all home and away football games, mens and womens basketball games, volleyball matches, gymnastics meets and many other pep rallies and on-campus and NWA community events. Arkansas also has two dance teams, Arkansas Pom and Razorback Pom, that perform at all home football games, mens and womens basketball games as well as pep rallies and on-campus and community events. The squads also perform at baseball games as the RBI Girls. Both the cheer and dance teams compete nationally at the Universal Cheer and Dance team competitions in Orlando in January. Arkansas has a team of uniformed mascots, led by the original Big Red, the Fighting Razorback. Sue E. joined the family along with kid-sized Pork Chop in the late 1990s. Boss Hog is a 9-foot-tall inflatable mascot and Ribby, the baseball mascot complete the mascot team. They can be found at all Razorback games and events. Jean Nail serves as the director of the spirit squad program and is assisted by Kraig Jimenez, cheer coach and Brooke Bailey, dance coach. For more information on the cheer, pom and mascots and tryouts, go to the Spirit Squad section of ArkansasRazorbacks.com. SPORTS MEDICINE The University of Arkansas Sports Medicine staff is committed to provide each Razorback student-athlete with state-of-the-art medical care. The goal of our sports medicine program is to assist every student-athlete in staying healthy and injury free. The athletic training staff, in conjunction with our team physicians, will coordinate the delivery of professional and comprehensive preventative, treatment, rehabilitation, and counseling services.

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The Razorback Foundation, Inc.

Harold Horton Executive Director Emeritus

Marvin Caston

Norm DeBriyn Associate Director

Billye Hawkins

Sean Rochelle Associate Director

John Gourlay

Performing the vital role of supporting the student-athletes at the UniChief Financial Assistant Director Associate Director versity of Arkansas with financial support, the Razorback Foundation, Inc., Officer is in its fourth decade of working alongside the athletic department to advance Razorback athletics. The goal of the foundation is ensuring that the more than 460 studentathletes at Arkansas have the equipment, facilities, and overall support to achieve the goals of graduation and athletic achievement. Over the past year, with the support of our dedicated members, the Razorback Foundation has experienced a year of dynamic growth in multiple areas. Our membership and annual fund dollars raised is at an all-time Stacy Allen Charlotte Faucette Elizabeth Sullivan high and it can be directly attributed to the passion and commitment of Receptionist Member Relations Assistant Director those who love the Razorbacks. Additionally, the Razorback Foundation saw another increase in Capital gifts, and the result of this generosity is the construction of a new Football Center, which is scheduled for completion in 2013. The Foundation, officially incorporated and relocated off campus in 1988, has helped provide financial aid for the construction of the Broyles Athletic Center (football and administrative offices), Charlie Baum Stadium at George Cole Field (baseball), John McDonnell Field (outdoor track and Jackie Rollins Debbie Scoggin Julia Woods field), Randal Tyson Track Center (indoor track and field), Dills Indoor TenOffice Manager Member Relations Member Relations nis Center, the George M. Billingsley Tennis Center (outdoor), Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium (football) and Bogle Park (women’s softball). In the future, as new facilities are planned and others enhanced, we will again need the support of all those who have a desire for the University of Arkansas to provide the very best for our student athletes.

Mission Statement The stated mission of the Razorback Foundation, Inc., is to support the athletic endeavors of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks. The Foundation assists our student-athletes by providing for scholarships, facilities and various programs that enable them to realize their dreams of achieving a quality college education while participating in athletics on a nationally competitive level. Membership Levels The opportunity to participate in the annual fund giving to the Razorback Foundation, Inc., has several levels, beginning at the $50 Razorback level and continuing up to Broyles-Matthews Scholarship Platinum ($20,000 or more). For more information about levels of giving and benefits, please visit the foundation’s website at RazorbackFoundation.com.

FRANK BROYLES ATHLETIC DIRECTOR EMERITUS J. Frank Broyles and long-time assistant, Donita Ritchie, joined forces with the Razorback Foundation in 2008 and are instrumental in all facets of the fundraising process. Coach Broyles closed out a 50-year career of service to the university and now offers consultation and expertise for various fundraising opportunities, facility planning and donor relations.

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