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Kansas State University Location Founded Enrollment Conference Nickname Colors President Athletics Director

Manhattan, Kan. 1863 23,581 Big 12 Wildcats Purple and White Dr. Kirk Schulz John Currie

Head Coach Alma Mater, Year Office Phone Office Fax Mail

Tim Norris UTEP, ‘91 785.587.7816 785.776.1290 5200 Colbert Hills Dr. Manhattan, KS 66503 Home Course Colbert Hills Lettermen Returning/Lost 6/3 Inaugural Season 1935

Program History Season of Golf NCAA Regional Appearances 2009 Big 12 Result 2009 NCAA West Regional Result

75th 7 4th 12th

Colbert Hills 72 7,525 May 1, 2000 Zoysia L 93 Bent Grass 785.776.6475

Sports Information Golf Contact Office Phone Office Fax Cell Phone E-Mail Website Mail

Table of Contents Quick Facts Media Information Media Outlets


Colton Debes 785.532.6735 785.532.6093 620.617.1288 1800 College Ave., Suite 37 Bramlage Coliseum Manhattan, KS 66502


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Season Outlook Season Preview 09-10 | Roster 09 | Fall Results



University Section

Kansas State 42-44 Distinguished Alumni 45 Administration 46-47 K-State Traditions 48 Compliance 49

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Head Coach

Tim Norris

K-State History

All-Time Results 28-35 Coaching History 36 Individual Records 37 Team Records 38 Conference Results 39 Honors and Awards 40 Letterwinners 41

Big 12 Conference Conference Capsules


Golf Information

Par Yardage Opening Date Fairways Greens Phone Website

General Information


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K-State Golfers

Mitchell Gregon Joe Ida Joe Kinney Ross Geubelle Jason Schulte Kyle Smell Chase Chamberlin Ben Juffer Curtis Yonke

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21 Athletic Administration Administration


Season Review

08-09 | Recaps 08-09 | Statistics



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Golf Facilities

Colbert Hills Indoor Facility

Jim Colbert Jim Colbert


Credits: The 2009-10 Kansas State men’s golf media guide is a production of the Kansas State sports information office. The guide was written, designed and edited by student assistant Colton Debes. Cover design by Ron Cook, athletics graphics designer. Edited by sports information assistant director Ryan Lackey and head coach Tim Norris. Photos by Pete Aiken, Scott Weaver and head coach Tim Norris.

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K-STATE MEN’S GOLF Sports Information Directory 1800 College Ave., Suite 37 Bramlage Coliseum Manhattan, KS 66502 Kenny Lannou


Director Sport: Football Phone: 785.532.7977 Cell: 785.587.7867

Media Information

Colbert Hills

A notes package will be e-mailed to the media approximately four days prior to each tournament. Included in the notes package will be a preview for the upcoming tournament. This notes package, including statistics, will be availible on

Colbert Hills is the home of K-State’s men’s and women’s golf teams. The course is located on the northwest side of Manhattan, three miles west of Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Kimball Ave. at Grand Mere. All practices are held at Colbert Hills. (More information on pgs. 26-27)


Sports Information Department

Student assistant Colton Debes is the men’s golf contact for the 2009-10 season. Additional information can be obtained through assistant sports information director Ryan Lackey.

The Kansas State Sports Infomation Office is located on the northwest side of Bramlage Coliseum. To enter the office, go through the doorway on the north side of Bramlage, in between the coliseum and Bill Snyder Family Stadium.

Tom Gilbert


Assistant Director Sport: Men’s Basketball Phone: 785.532.7979 Cell: 785.587.7868

All interviews must be coordinated through the sports information office, by either student assistant Colton Debes or sports assistant information director Ryan Lackey. Interview requests for student-athletes must be submitted 24 hours prior to the interview time. Phone interviews for those out of town can also be arragned.

Randy Peterson Assistant Director Sports: Women’s Basketball, Women’s Tennis Phone: 785.532.7975 Cell: 785.587.7769

Ryan Lackey Assistant Director Sport: Baseball Phone: 785.532.7708 Cell: 785.587.7865 E-Mail:

Assistant Director Sports: Volleyball, Rowing, Track and Field Phone: 785.532.7976 Cell: 785.587.7866

Information regarding Kansas State athletics and it’s 16 varsity sports can be obtained through the official website,

Primary Media Outlets Associated Press

Kansas City Star

Hutchinson News

215 W. Pershing Road Kansas City, Mo. 64108 Phone: 816.421.4844 Fax: 816.421.3590

1729 Grand Blvd. Kansas City, Mo. 64108 Phone: 816.234.4355 Fax: 816.234.4360 Website:

300 West 2nd Ave. Hutchinson, Kan. 67501 Phone: 800.766.5742 Fax: 620.662.4186 Website:

Kansas State Collegian 103 Kedzie Hall Manhattan, Kan. 66506 Phone: 785.532.6556 Fax: 785.532.6456 Website:

Topeka Capital-Journal David Wiechman

616 E. Jefferson Topeka, Kan. 66607 Phone: 800.777.7171 ext. 1159 Website:

Wichita Eagle 825 East Douglas Wichita, Kan. 67201 Phone: 316.268.6251 Fax: 316.268.6536 Website:

Salina Journal 333 South Fourth Salina, Kan. 67401 Phone: 785.823.6363 Fax: 785.827.6060 Website:

Powercat Illustrated 1125 Moro Manhattan, Kan. 66502 Phone: 785.539.8041 Fax: 785.539.8067 Website:

KMAN (1350 AM) 2414 Casement Road Manhattan, Kan. 66502 Phone: 785.776.1350 Fax: 785.539.1000 Website:

Kelly Yoder Office Manager Phone: 785.532.6735 E-Mail:

Nike is the official supplier of athletic footwear and apparel of the Kansas State University men’s golf team.

OFFICIAL WEBSITES OF K-STATE MEN’S GOLF The Kansas State Athletics Department operates two web sites, and The sites are available to the media and the general public and provide a wealth of information on each of K-State’s 16 varsity sports. Media and fans are welcome to access everything from the most current media guide to game notes, recaps, schedules, rosters, statistics and biographies on



K-STATE MEN’S GOLF BAYLOR Location Waco, Texas Nickname Bears Founded 1845 Enrollment 14,614 Colors Green and Gold President Dr. David E. Garland Athletic Director Ian McCaw Head Coach Greg Priest Home Course Twin Rivers Golf Club 2009 Big 12 Finish 5th Golf SID Chris Yandle Phone 254.710.8119 E-Mail Website

COLORADO Location Boulder, Colo. Nickname Buffaloes Founded 1876 Enrollment 29,500 Colors Silver, Gold and Black Chancellor Dr. Phil DiStefano Athletic Director Mike Bohn Head Coach Roy Edwards Home Course Colorado National Golf Club 2009 Big 12 Finish 2nd Golf SID David Plati Phone 303.492.6128 E-Mail Website

Location Nickname Founded Enrollment Colors Chancellor Athletic Director Head Coach Home Course 2009 Big 12 Finish Golf SID SID Phone E-Mail Website

Lawrence, Kan. Jayhawks 1866 30,102 Crimson and Blue Dr. Bernadette Gray-Little Lew Perkins Kit Grove Alvamar Golf Course 7th Brian Harrison 785.864.3417

OKLAHOMA Location Nickname Founded Enrollment Colors President Athletic Director Head Coach Home Course 2009 Big 12 Finish Golf SID SID Phone E-Mail Website

Norman, Okla. Sooners 1890 30,092 Crimson and Cream David L. Boren Joe Castiglione Ryan Hybl Jimmie Austin Golf Course 10th Phillip Rogers 405.325.8349

MISSOURI Location Columbia, Mo. Nickname Tigers Founded 1839 Enrollment 30,200 Colors Old Gold and Black President Dr. Brady Deaton Athletic Director Michael Alden Head Coach Mark Leroux Home Course The Club at Old Hawthorne 2009 Big 12 Finish 9th Golf SID Josh Murray SID Phone 573.882.0711 E-Mail Website

OKLAHOMA STATE Location Stillwater, Okla. Nickname Cowboys Founded 1890 Enrollment 31,80 Colors Orange and Black President Burns Hargis Athletic Director Mike Holder Head Coach Mike McGraw Home Course Karsten Creek 2009 Big 12 Finish 1st Golf SID Ryan Cameron SID Phone 405.744.4854 E-Mail Website

TEXAS A&M Location College Station, Texas Nickname Aggies Founded 1876 Enrollment 48,000 Colors Marron and White President Dr. R. Bowen Loftin Athletic Director Bill Byrne Head Coach J.T. Higgins Home Course The Traditions Club 2009 Big 12 Finish 3rd Golf SID Colin Killian SID Phone 979.845.3289 E-Mail Website

Location Ames, Iowa Nickname Cyclones Founded 1858 Enrollment 26,856 Colors Cardinal and Gold President Dr. Gregory L. Geoffroy Athletic Director Jamie Pollard Head Coach Jay Horton Home Course Veenker Memorial Golf Course 2009 Big 12 Finish 10th Golf SID Sean Clement Phone 515.294.3372 E-Mail Website

TEXAS TECH Location Nickname Founded Enrollment Colors President Athletic Director Head Coach Home Course 2009 Big 12 Finish Golf SID SID Phone E-Mail Website

Lubbock, Texas Red Raiders 1923 30,000 Red and Black Dr. Guy Bailey Gerald Myers Greg Sands The Rawls Course 2nd Chris Cook 806.742.2762


NEBRASKA Location Nickname Founded Enrollment Colors Chancellor Athletic Director Head Coach Home Course 2009 Big 12 Finish Golf SID SID Phone E-Mail Website

Lincoln, Neb. Huskers 1869 23,573 Scarlet and Cream Harvey S. Perlman, JD Tom Osborne Bill Spangler Firethorn Golf Course 11th Nate Pohlen 402.472.0694

TEXAS Location Austin, Texas Nickname Longhorns Founded 1883 Enrollment 51,032 Colors Burnt Orange and White President Dr. William Powers, Jr. Athletic Director DeLoss Dodds Head Coach John Fields Home Course University of Texas Golf Club 2009 Big 12 Finish 8th Golf SID Travis Feldhaus SID Phone 512.232.9460 E-Mail Website




BIG 12 Location Dallas, Texas Founded 1996 Commissioner Dan Beebe Asst. Com. for Communications Bob Burda Director of Communications Rob Carolla Assoc. Director of Communications Joni Lehman Asst. Communications Director Carmen Branch Golf Contact Emily Franzenburg E-Mail Contact Phone 469.524.1040 Website




Senior-Driven Wildcats Expect Successful Spring Season When head coach Tim Norris arrived at Kansas State in 1997, he inherited a program that had inished last in the Big Eight Confer ence for 14 straight years. After the 200809 season, it is safe to say that the Kansas State golf program is in good hands. The Wildcats inished the season with a schoolrecord tying four tournament victories and 10 topive in ishes. When you look at what the Wildcats did last season, it is hard to imagine they could dupli cate that kind of success. However, the Wild cats are off to a good start with a very successful fall season. KState started the fall with a rough start at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate, but they quickly rebounded when the Wildcats were able to win their second tournament of the season at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate. “We had a whole lot of depth from top to bottom and even had some individuals inish in the top15,” said head coach Tim Norris. “The familiarity with the course because this course has the reputation of being the Octa gon of Doom in a golf course because if you’re not careful it can deliver some pain mentally. I know the guys really point to this tourna ment because they want to protect their home turf. Next year’s team will be a young one but hopefully we can make it three in a row.” The success didn’t stop there as the Wild cats were able to place in the topive in the next four tournaments. “I thought the fall season was very good,” continued Norris. “To inish the fall season with our three seniors ranked in the top 225 is pretty good. That shows that if we had a little more support with the fourth and ifth scores we can really do something this spring. I wasn’t displeased at all with anything in the fall, but it shows that you have to play great not just good to win. The irst tournament we had two players in the topive and had our worst inish of the fall because we didn’t get the fourth and ifth scores that we needed. To get to the next level this spring we are going to need that depth but I think the guys are very capable. I think it is nice to know that we have three or four guys that are going to put in a good score and if we can get one more guy to chip in a good score we have a very strong chance of competing for a trophy.” The Wildcats entered the season a very ex perienced team with Mitchell Gregson, Joe Ida, and Joe Kinney returning for their senior sea sons to lead the team to another record break ing season. Gregson, Ida and Kinney have combined for

seven topive inishes, 10 top10 inishes, 15 top20 inishes and one tournament victory. This group of seniors has combined for 13 of the top 30 18hole scores in school history and 12 of the schools lowest 54hole individ ual scores. The Wildcats had a recordsetting fall for the secondconsecutive year. The victory at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate marked the irst time in school history that the Wildcats won the same tournament in backtoback years. The 200809 Wildcats shattered the school’s annual stroke average when they in ished the season at 289.38, ive strokes lower than the school record. But the 200910 team is currently sitting two strokes better than the record with a 287.29 average.



Mitchell Gregson Before the season even began, Gregson was named one of the Top50 Players to Watch list by GolfWorld and didn’t disappoint. Gregson hasn’t inished lower than 11th place in any tournament this fall and has three topive in ishes. Gregson is currently leading the team with a 70.59 stroke average and is on pace to break nearly ever career record for the Wild cats. “Mitch is really going to have a chance to showcase his talent this spring,” said Norris. “He has been pretty diligent in his work early in the spring. He is excited and wants to go out on a good note because this is his last season. You only get so many tournaments in college golf and I know that he wants to make the

K-STATE MEN’S GOLF most out of them. “I know he has aspirations to play at the professional level. There are not glaring weak nesses in his game and he has a lot of oppor tunities in front of him. He is very solid on the east coast, west coast and in the north and south which will make him the anchor.”

Joe Ida

Joe Kinney The senior from Antioch, Ill., Kinney has taken a leadership role for the Wildcats. After competing in only four events during the 200809 season, Kinney was in the scoring lineup for every tournament this fall. He recorded the best inish of his career at the Wolf Pack Classic where he tied for second place after carding an 8under par 208 to help the Wildcats tie for fourth place. As the oldest member of the team, Kinney has been working hard in his time at Kansas State. The hard work is paying off as Kinney is enjoying the best season of his career and is third on the team with a 72.00 stroke average.

Chase Chamberlin A freshman from Lawrence, Kan., Chamber lin redshirted the 200809 season to give him a year to develop his game. Chamberlin had a very successful high school career where he was a four year letterwinner at Olathe South High School, a regional champion and was named the 2008 Olathe Golfer of the Year as a senior. “Chase played some good rounds and I know he got a lot more comfortable at Colbert Hills which hasn’t quite translated to the scores that he is capable of shooting at some of the away tournaments. But that hasn’t di minish what I think about Chase’s game and where he can take it from here. “He has been at the indoor facility a lot dur ing the offseason. He shot a 71 in the last round of the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate and played some good rounds in qualifying to give him a better understanding of what it takes. I am very excited for Chase once he gets more comfortable and Colbert Hills and gains coni dence at the away events,” commented Norris.

Ross Geubelle A junior form Lakin, Kan., Geubelle com peted in three events during the fall season. Geubelle worked steadily on his game all fall and is going to be a very big part of the spring season for the Wildcats. Geubelle started the season off at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate with a threeround score of 232 and helped the Cats to a ninth place inish. “Ross has worked the hardest of any of the guys this offseason, which shows that he is pretty self motivated and wants to get himself back on track,” said Norris. “This past fall was kind of a bump in the road that started last spring when he tweaked his back. The injury made him fall into some habits with his swing. This is such a tough game and trying to play when you’re hurt is really hard. Ross has so much pride and wants do whatever he can to help the team. This fall was just a carry over of last spring with the injury. As with any ad versity you going to get through it and come out of it a better player. Because of this Ross knows his swing better and I think he is look ing forward to helping the depth of the team this spring. Looking forward, next year he is going to be a guy we are going to lean on very heavily to replace the seniors.”

Ben Juffer Juffer is a freshman from West Des Moines, Iowa, who played in two events during the fall. He carded his season’s best score at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he tallied a 15 over par 157 en route to a tie for 33rd place. Juffer has the ability to play a lot in the spring and has already qualiied for the Wildcats’ irst tournament in the spring at the Fresno






Ida won the irst tournament of his career at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate with a 2 under par 140. Ida is second on the team with a 71.94 stroke average and inished the fall with two topive inishes. He also owns six of the schools lowest 54hole tournament scores. “Joe is just so close to having a big break through to move up to be on of the top50 players in the country. This game is about con idence and once he gets that going he can re ally pull us along,” said Norris.

“It has been really gratifying to see him makes the strides that he has made this sea son. When you talk about seniors wanting to make a lasting impression and go out on a good note, I think that has really been the fuel this year for Joe. He has been in the program for so long and this ifth year has really been a big difference. Joe has played a lot of summer golf and is a very seasoned veteran and all the experience can really go along way especially here in the spring. He is going to be a guy that we lean on pretty heavily as we go through this season,” said Norris.



K-STATE MEN’S GOLF State Classic. “We had some good weather when we re turned from the tournament of the fall season so we had our qualifying for the opening spring tournament in Fresno and he played really well,” said Norris. “He is a guy that got more comfortable as the season went on. Ob viously there is a transition from high school golf to college golf and being away from home that freshman have to deal with. I think he got his conidence up going through that qualify ing round and playing so well. I’m hopeful that winter wasn’t to harsh on him. He has been in the practice facility and the ball is lying pretty long and straight. I wouldn’t qualify him as a power hitter but, pound for pound, he hits the ball a long way. He has a good strong light so the wind is not going to bother him. It is good to see him make this transition and see all these golf courses this spring for the irst. Everybody was a freshman at one time and they got better. Ben is a player that cannot only get us to a higher level this year a guy that we will be dependent on for years to come.”

Jason Schulte Schulte, a junior, has been a very consistent contributor. After playing in the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate as an individual, 10 of his inal 12 rounds were “counters” for the team score. Schulte's KState career round came at the last fall event in Stockton, Calif., as he carded bogeyfree 67. Schulte is shaping up to be a very solid contributor for the spring portion of the season. “Jason really came on at the end of the fall and found his comfort level,” said Norris. “I see a lot of the courses that we play really favoring his game this spring. He has had some experi ence playing on the University of Texas Golf Course and some of the other courses on the spring schedule. I don’t see Jason ever over powering a golf course but, he does a really good job of managing his game. I think he is going to have some good opportunities to play well in the spring.”

Kyle Smell Smell, with two years of eligibility remain ing, has chosen to redshirt the 200910 sea son. Smell will be counted on heavily next season with the departures of Ida, Gregson and Kinney. “He made a good decision to redshirt and has worked very hard,” said Norris. “Kyle has been in the indoor facility at least 45 minutes a day everyday. I think he feels a lot more com fortable with his golf swing. You get to a point where you keep doing the same thing over and over again you can only achieve to a cer tain level and basically your mechanics can only take you to a certain level. Kyle felt like

he was at that point three or four weeks into the fall season. He has also grown about two inches since he got to KState and a golf swing is a very fragile thing so a late growth spurt can hurt that. The length of his clubs changed and that is not easy to do. I think he made a good decision to redshirt and think he has used it as a positive to help him get to the next level. Here he is practicing and playing and he doesn’t have the pressure of trying to perform and try to shot a score. One of the most difi cult things in golf is trying to make a mechan ical change then try and then go out into tournament competition. “Kyle has had some experience in the top ive and has been on the roster for some win ning tournaments. He will be in a good spot once he gets to the summer. This is not a year off for Kyle, he is working hard and he will be a more mechanically sound golfer when the next season gets here.”

Curtis Yonke Yonke, a freshman Overland Park, Kan., be came the irst freshman since Kyle Smell in 2007 to compete in ive or more events in his irst semester as a Wildcat. Yonke recorded one top10 inish at the Jim Colbert Intercolle giate as he placed tied for eighth place and helped the Wildcats to their only tournament title of the fall. “I talked to Curtis at the end of the fall and I think he really learned a lot playing on these courses with the hole locations set up so close to the edges of the greens,” said Norris. “He re ally learned to play thinking one shot ahead and leaving himself in a good spot even if he did miss the green. “He has been a regular in the indoor facility in the offseason working on a couple things in his swing to help him be a little more consis tent. I know that Curtis is really excited to get out there because of the long layoff, but, once we get cranked up in the spring, there won’t be much let off time. I’m excited for Curtis and I know he is looking forward to helping our team climb higher up in the rankings this spring. “It is great for Curtis and the rest of the guys to be able to practice with this group of seniors each day because the better the practices are the better they will play in tourna ments. Curtis is see ing how these seniors de velop and how they go about practicing. Curtis has been using this to improve his



play and hopefully hext year he can show the incoming class how to do it.”

Spring Outlook With a solid fall season under their belt, the seniordriven Wildcats have another record breaking spring season ahead of them. “I think the guys are very excited because they know, competitionwise. we will have to step up, which is a good thing. We want to play against the very best because that is going to help us down the road if we are fortunate enough to get to the regional. We are starting the preparation now and hopefully we can get on the course at least a couple of times before we head to Fresno. “I think, conidencewise, our guys are in a pretty good spot with what they have been able to do inside and I think they will be fresh, rested and ready to go. I think this team has a great opportunity in front of them playing in a different more demanding schedule than last year. I think we can be in a good spot at the end of the year if everyone stays in the present tense and plays to their ability,” said Norris.



Name Yr-Exp Chase Chamberlin Fr.-RS Ross Geubelle Jr.-2L Mitchell Gregson Sr.-3L Joe Ida Sr.-3L Ben Juffer Fr.-HS Joe Kinney Sr.-3L Jason Schulte Jr.-2L Kyle Smell Jr.-2L Curtis Yonke Fr.-HS * Indicates Double Major

Hometown Lawerence, Kan. - Olathe South HS Lakin, Kan. - Lakin HS Waterloo, Ill. - Waterloo HS Ft. Scott, Kan. - Fort Scott HS W. Des Moines, Iowa - Dowling Catholic HS Antioch, Ill. - Antioch HS Mission Hills, Kan. - Rockhurst HS Overland Park, Kan. - Blue Valley West HS Overland Park, Kan. - Blue Valley West HS

Major Open Option Marketing Accounting Business Administration Business Administration Marketing & Speech* Marketing & Modern Languages* Business Administration Open Option

March 8-9 18-20 April 5-6 12-13 23-25 May 14-16 27-30

SPRING SCHEDULE Fresno State Classic San Joaquin CC - Fresno, Calif. Desert Shootout Palm Valley GC - Goodyear, Ariz. Morris Williams Intercollegiate University of Texas GC - Austin, Texas Missouri Tiger Intercollegiate Club at Old Hawthorne - Columbia, Mo. Big 12 Championship Whispering Pines GC - Trinity, Texas NCAA Regional TBA NCAA Championship The Honors Course - Chattanooga, Tenn.

2009 FALL TEAM RESULTS Date Sept. 12-13 Sept. 21-22 Oct. 5-6 Oct. 12-13 Oct. 26-27 Nov. 2-4

Event Wolf Run Intercollegiate (Wolf Run GC-Zionsville, Ind.) Jim Colbert Intercollegiate (Colbert Hills GC-Manhattan, Kan) Wolf Pack Classic (Wolf Run GC-Reno, Nev.) The Firestone Invitational (Firestone CC-Akron, Ohio) Herb Wimberly Invitational (New Mexico St. GC-Las Cruces N.M.) Pacific Invitational (Brookside CC-Stockton, Calif.)

Score 297-289-299–885 (+32) 287-282–596 (+1) 290-284-281–855 (-9) 296-296-297–889 (+25) 283-275-285–843 (-9) 284-279-280–843 (-9)

Place 9th of 17 1st of 9 T4th of 13 4th of 11 3rd of 17 5th of 12


Left to Right: Chase Chamberlin, Jason Schulte, Kyle Smell, Ross Geublle, Joe Ida, Mitchell Gregson, Curtis Yonke, Ben Juffer, Joe Kinney, Head Coach Tim Norris

2009 FALL OVERALL STATISTICS Player Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Joe Kinney Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke Ross Geubelle Chase Chamberlin Ben Juffer

Events 6 6 6 5 5 3 3 2

Rounds 17 17 17 14 14 8 8 5

Strokes 1,200 1,223 1,224 1,035 1,045 626 633 398

Average 70.59 71.94 72.00 73.93 74.64 78.25 79.13 79.60

Low 18 66 68 67 67 71 75 71 74


Low 36 138 136 139 141 145 152 151 156

Low 54 205 207 208 215 218 232 240 238

Top 5 3 2 2 -

Top 10 4 3 3 1 1 -

Top 20 6 5 4 1 1 1 -

Best Finish 2nd 1st T2nd T8th T8th T33rd T18th T40th








Sept. 12-13, 2009 Wolf Run Golf Club Zionsville, Ind. Par 71 / 7,195 Yards Host-Indiana

Sept. 21-22, 2009 Colbert Hills Golf Club Manhattan, Kan. Par 71 / 7,363 Yards Host-Kansas State

Oct. 5-6, 2009 Wolf Run Golf Club Reno, Nev. Par 72 / 7,100 Yards Host-Nevada

Oct. 12-13, 2009 Firestone Country Club Akron, Ohio Par 72 / 7,125 Yards Host-Akron

ZIONSVILLE, Ind.  Kansas State carded a 15over par 299 in the final round at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate to finish in ninth place in its first tournament of the season at the par 71, 7,195yard Wolf Run Golf Club. "The course was very tough," said head coach Tim Norris. "Mitch Gregson and Joe Kinney played great tournaments for us, but if we had a little bit more support we would have been pretty decent this week." Kansas State shot a 54hole score of 33over par 885, three shots behind Penn State for seventh place. Illinois won the event with a 5under par 847. North Florida followed in second place, posting an 8over par 860. Host school Indiana came in third, while Michigan and Iowa State rounded out the top five. Gregson posted an evenpar 71 in the final round, giving him a threeround total of 2under par 211, finishing tied with fellow Wildcat Kinney for fifth place. "Joe is very capable," said Norris. "He is going to be able to step right in and help us have a fabulous year once we get everyone going at the same time. Joe has worked extremely hard all summer and has done the things he needed to do to get better. It is very encouraging to see a player work as hard as he did and get these types of results."

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Kansas State finished strong in the final round as it took home the tournament title at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate after firing a 1-over par 569 at the par 71, 7,363-yard Colbert Hills Golf Course. The victory at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate marked the first time in school history the Wildcats won the same event two years in a row. "We had some low scores," said head coach Tim Norris. "If you are playing that type of golf out here, I can only see it translate into success down the road. The course was set up pretty difficult today and all the pressure was on us. I hope this can be a shot in the arm to the guys because we were able to use this tournament last year to go on and have a really great fall season." The Wildcats finished 22 strokes ahead of in-state foe Kansas, which finished in second place with a 23-over par 591 in off-and-on rainy conditions. After beginning the final round in second place, Illinois State finished with a 28-over par 596 for a third-place finish. Coming off a tough tournament to start the 2009-10 season at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate, senior Joe Ida rebounded to bring home the first individual title of his career by carding a 2-under 140. "I practiced all week on trying to get back to basics after the last tournament and it paid off," said Ida. "I hit the ball a lot better this week, there's no doubt about it." Finishing in second place was K-State senior Mitchell Gregson, who carded a 1-under par 141.

RENO, Nev. - Senior Joe Kinney led 15thranked Kansas State to a strong finish as he recorded a career-best finish at the Wolf Pack Classic. Kinney, who finished in a tie for second place, propelled the Wildcats to its lowest score of the tournament with a 7-under par 271 final-round score, giving K-State a total score of 9-under par 855 to tie for fourth place with Fresno State. Kinney had a career performance, posting an 8-under par 208. He propelled himself into the top five with back-to-back scores of 67 in the second and final rounds. "Joe just played great." said head coach Tim Norris. "I am so proud of him. He is off to a great start and I have a lot of optimism the rest of the year for him. We can go east coast, west coast, north or south and he is going to play well. His game is very solid and he is very vital to our team right now." In-state rival Wichita State won the team title after firing a 17-under par 847 at the par 72, 7,100-yard Wolf Run Golf Club. San Diego finished in second place after carding the lowest round of the tournament with a final-round score of 13-under par 275 to finish at 15-under par 849. Host school Nevada finished ahead of the Wildcats in third place with an 11-under par 853. Wichita State's Dustin Garza took home the individual title with an 11-under par 205. Mitchell Gregson fired a 2-under par 214 and finished in a tie for 11th place. Curtis Yonke finished in a tie for 21st after carding a 2-over par 218.

AKRON, Ohio - After shooting back-toback scores of 8-over par 296, Kansas State stayed steady in the final round as it carded a 9-over par 297 to finish fourth at the Firestone Invitational. The Wildcats, who began the day tied for tied for fifth, were able to move up one spot as they shot the third-best round at the par 72, 7,125-yard Firestone Country Club. "We had a pretty good day today," said head coach Tim Norris. "We had a 9-over par, which, due to the weather, was a lot better than the 8over par yesterday. It was pretty breezy today with a 15-20 mile-per-hour wind from the first hole to the 18th green. Our guys threw away the opportunity to win the tournament yesterday, but didn't let it affect them today and they put in a great round." St. Mary's came from behind to win the event with a final score of 5-under par 869. Eastern Michigan, which led the event heading into the final round, fell into second place after posting a 6-over par 870. Big Ten power Michigan State finished in third at 24-over par 888. Coming in fifth behind K-State was Kentucky, which carded a 26-over par 890. K-State senior Joe Ida, who entered the final round in third place, was able to hang on to finish with a 1-under par 214. "Joe was contending for the title for a little bit today but didn't have the back nine that he wanted," said Norris. "There were some tough holes out there, and he had a really good tournament." Senior Mitchell Gregson finished in 15th place after carding a 5-over par 221.

Team Results

Team Results

Team Results 1. Illinois 2. N. Florida 3. Indiana 4. Michigan 5. Iowa State 6. UCF 7. Tulsa 8. Penn State 9. Kansas State 10. Louisville 11. E. Michigan 12. Purdue 13. Ball State 14. Missouri 15. Kentucky 16. Toledo 17. IUPUI

281-282-284—847 280-294-286—860 298-288-285—871 293-294-287—874 290-294-291—875 286-289-301—876 302-282-296—880 292-292-298—882 297-289-299—885 296-302-288—886 296-297-299—892 305-293-297—895 306-287-306—899 301-295-304—900 303-306-302—911 299-311-305—919 333-332-339—1004

-5 +8 +19 +22 +23 +24 +28 +30 +33 +34 +40 +43 +47 +48 +59 +67 +152

K-State Individuals T5. T5. T66. T70. T81.

Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney Joe Ida Ross Geubelle Chase Chamberlin

72-68-71–211 70-69-72–211 78-77-76–231 77-75-80–232 82-77-83–242

-2 -2 +18 +19 +29

1. Kansas State 2. Kansas 3. Illinois State 4. UMKC T5. W. Illinois T5. Fla. Gulf Coast 7. Missouri State 8. Oral Roberts 9. South Dakota St.

287-282-569 297-294-591 295-301-596 302-297-599 308-302-610 321-289-610 315-300-615 317-300-617 338-303-641

+1 +23 +28 +31 +42 +42 +47 +49 +73

K-State Individuals 1. 2. T7. T8. T8. T18. T33. T40.

Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney *Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke Chase Chamberlin *Ross Geubelle Ben Juffer

70-70-140 71-70-141 75-71-146 74-73-147 71-76-147 80-71-151 81-76-157 83-77-160

* Competed as an individual

-2 -1 +4 +5 +5 +9 +15 +18

1. Wichita State 2. San Diego 3. Nevada T4. Fresno State T4. Kansas State 6. Arizona 7. Sacramento St. 8. New Mexico St. 9. Idaho T10. Gonzaga T10. Boise State 12. Loyola Mt. 13. Portland

283-284-280-847 291-283-275-849 280-287-286-853 287-281-287-855 290-284-281-855 286-291-286-863 292-291-286-869 295-284-294-873 296-287-294-877 293-295-291-879 300-291-288-879 297-299-285-881 297-297-296-890

T2. T11. T33. T28. T21. T76.

Joe Kinney Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke Chase Chamberlin*


Team Results 1. St. Mary's 2. E. Michigan 3. Michigan State 4. Kansas State 5. Kentucky 6. Toledo 7. Akron T8. Pacific T8. Marquette 10. Rhode Island 11. W. Carolina

291-286-292-869 283-293-294-870 293-292-303-888 296-296-297-889 296-293-301-890 302-294-300-896 296-296-305-897 310-293-303-906 298-302-306-906 299-293-316-908 306-300-312-918

+5 +6 +24 +25 +26 +32 +33 +42 +42 +44 +54

K-State Individuals

K-State Individuals 74-67-67-208 74-69-71-214 70-75-75-220 74-73-72-219 72-75-71-218 76-83-81-240

* Competed as an individual


-17 -15 -11 -9 -9 -1 +5 +9 +13 +15 +15 +17 +26

-8 -2 +4 +3 +2 +24

4. T15. T49. T58. T60.

Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke

73-70-72-215 73-72-76-221 74-79-71-224 76-75-86-237 78-82-78-238

-1 +5 +8 +21 +22



T5. T5. T66. T70. T81.

4. Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke

Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney Joe Ida Ross Geubelle Chase Chamberlin

72-68-71–211 -2 70-69-72–211 -2 78-77-76–231 +18 77-75-80–232 +19 82-77-83–242 +29


Oct. 26-27, 2009 New Mexico State Golf Course Las Cruces, N.M. Par 71 / 7,074 Yards Host- New Mexico State

Nov. 2-4, 2009 Brookside Country Club Stockton, Calif. Par 71 / 6,757 Yards Host-Pacific

LAS CRUCES, N.M. - Kansas State finished third at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate after carding a 54-hole score of 9-under par 843 at the par 71, 7,074-yard New Mexico State Golf Course. K-State and Washington State each shot a 1-over par 285 as the Wildcats could not gain any ground on the second-place Cougars in the final round. "It was a good day," said head coach Tim Norris. "The course played a little more difficult, but there was still a couple of low rounds out there. The weather was beautiful again. Third place is nothing to be ashamed of, but to win, we needed to overachieve a little bit. I don't think we had anybody overachieve this week, but we had some really solid play by the top four guys. To have three-round totals of 215 or better is a strong team performance. " Senior Joe Ida led K-State's charge as he finished tied for seventh at 6-under par 207. Right behind Ida was senior Mitchell Gregson, who took 11th after shooting a 5-under par 208. Joe Kinney carded his second round of 71 in the tournament and finished tied for 30th at 1-over par 214. Jason Schulte finished tied for 34th at 2-over par 215, while Curtis Yonke finished at 9-over par 222 to tie for 65th.

STOCKTON, Calif. - Kansas State recorded its fifth top-five finish of the fall with a 9under par 843 at the Pacific Invitational. The Wildcats carded a final round score of 4-under par 280 to climb up three spots from eighth to fifth at the par 71, 6,757-yard Brookside Country Club. "I thought the guys really played well," said head coach Tim Norris. "When you look back and see we were only 11 shots from winning, that's not a bad tournament. The guys played with some patience today because they needed to. It was nice to see Joe Ida make about a 50-foot bunker shot for birdie and Mitch (Gregson) made a 20-footer down hill for birdie to finish off the fall. We had a nice score from Curtis (Yonke) at even par. I thought the guys did a really good job today." The Wildcats were led by Gregson, who posted a 5-under par 66 in the final round, giving him a three-round total of 8under par 205 to earn fourth place. The 66 ties Gregson's season best single round score and the fourth place finish was his third top-five finish of the fall. Ida tied for 13th place after firing a 3-under par 210. Jason Schulte carded a 4-over par 217 to finish tied for 33rd. Yonke finished the tournament in 41st place after shooting a 7over par 220. Senior Joe Kinney carded an 8-over par 221 to tie for 42nd place.


1. 2. T7. T8. T8. T18. T33. T40.

T7. 11. T33. T34. T65.

Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney *Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke Chase Chamberlin *Ross Geubelle Ben Juffer

70-70-140 71-70-141 75-71-146 74-73-147 71-76-147 80-71-151 81-76-157 83-77-160

-2 -1 +4 +5 +5 +9 +15 +18

1. UNLV 2. Washington St. 3. Kansas State 4. New Mexico St. T5. North Texas T5. Santa Clara T7. Nebraska T7. Nevada 9. Texas State 10. Illinois State 11. Kansas 12. Rhode Island T13. Idaho T13. W. N. Mexico 15. Air Force 16. UTEP 17. Boise State

272-279-278-829 277-275-285-837 283-275-285-843 285-279-280-844 282-285-285-852 288-284-280-852 280-290-283-853 281-281-291-853 285-284-287-856 288-280-289-857 291-279-288-858 282-290-291-863 282-288-297-867 286-293-288-867 295-279-300-874 289-293-294-876 291-285-307-883

-23 -15 -9 -8 E E +1 +1 +4 +5 +6 +11 +15 +15 +22 +24 +31

K-State Individuals T7. 11. T33. T34. T65.

Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke

68-68-71-207 72-66-70-208 71-72-71-214 72-70-73-215 74-71-77-222

-6 -5 +1 +2 +9

T2. T11. T33. T28. T21. T76.

-20 -19 -18 -10 -9 -8 -5 -4 +11 +17 +19 +32

K-State Individuals 4. T13. T33. 41. T42.

Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke Joe Kinney

69-70-66-205 71-69-70-210 74-67-76-217 76-73-71-220 70-78-73-221

74-67-67-208 -8 74-69-71-214 -2 70-75-75-220 +4 74-73-72-219 +3 72-75-71-218 +2 76-83-81-240 +24

68-68-71-207 72-66-70-208 71-72-71-214 72-70-73-215 74-71-77-222

-6 -5 +1 +2 +9


Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke Joe Kinney

69-70-66-205 71-69-70-210 74-67-76-217 76-73-71-220 70-78-73-221

-8 -3 +4 +7 +8

FALL 2009 HEAD-TO-HEAD - 52-20-1 ( .719)

Team Results 1. UC Davis 273-273-286-832 2. Brigham Young 279-279-275-833 3. Oregon 273-272-289-834 4. Fresno State 281-273-288-842 5. Kansas State 284-279-280-843 6. St. Mary's 280-276-288-844 7. Denver 281-276-290-847 8. Pacific 278-284-286-848 9. CSU Northridge 282-291-290-863 10. San Jose State 296-282-291-869 11. Sacramento St. 288-286-297-871 12. CSU Fullerton 287-299-298-884

Joe Kinney Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke Chase Chamberlin*

Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke

-8 -3 +4 +7 +8


Air Force Akron Arizona Ball State Boise State Brigham Young UC Davis CSU Fullerton CSU Northridge Denver Eastern Michigan Florida Gulf Coast Fresno State Gonzaga Idaho Illinois Illinois State Indiana Iowa State IUPUI Kansas Kentucky Louisville Loyola Marymount Marquette Michigan Michigan State Missouri Missouri State UMKC Nebraska Nevada UNLV New Mexico State North Florida North Texas Oral Roberts Oregon Pacific Penn State Portland Purdue Rhode Island Sacramento State Santa Clara San Diego San Jose State South Dakota State St. Mary’s Texas-El Paso Texas State Toledo Tulsa UCF Washington State Western Carolina Western Illinois Western New Mexico Wichita State

1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0


Team Results

-1 T15. +5 T49. +8 T58. +21 T60. +22




73-70-72-215 73-72-76-221 74-79-71-224 76-75-86-237 78-82-78-238






Coaching Career: Texas-El Paso head men’s golf coach (1990-97)... Kansas State head men’s golf coach (1997-Present)... Has taken Kansas State to six NCAA Regionals, including four straight from 2001-05... Has guided two individuals to NCAA Championship appearances... Led the Wildcats to a school-best fourth-place finish at the 2004 and 2009 Big 12 Championships... Guided UTEP to six NCAA West Regional appearances and three appearances at the NCAA Championships. Playing Career: Started collegiate career at Fresno City College before transferring to Fresno State... Garnered second team All-America honors at Fresno State in 1979... First Team All-American in 1980 at FSU... Selected as the Fresno State Athlete of the Year in 1980... Played professionally for nine seasons with four victories... Holds the 72-hole tournament record at the Greater Hartford Open after firing a 259... Shot the third lowest one-round score in the history of Pebble Beach Golf Links (64) en route to winning the Spalding Invitational Pro-Am in 1986... First career victory in his professional debut at the 1980 California State Open. When head coach Tim Norris arrived in Manhattan on Aug. 1, 1997, he inherited a program that hadn’t finished in the top half of its conference since placing fourth in the former Big Eight Conference in 1969. Making the assignment even tougher was the fact that the

Year 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 Totals

Won 53 52 45 55 88 115 104 84 88 65 126 103 978

Wildcats finished last in the Big Eight for 14 straight years from 1978-91. K-State was so far off that map that the thought of postseason NCAA play was nearly inconceivable. But that all changed once Norris took the helm. Now in his 13th season at Kansas State, Norris has turned a once dormant Division I golf program into a legitimate Big 12 player and an annual NCAA Regional contender. In 75433 seasons of men’s golf at K-State, the Wildcats have qualified for the NCAA regionals five times. Four of the five appearances have come in consecutive years, with Norris guiding the Wildcats to the NCAA Central Regionals from 2003-2006. In 2003, the Wildcats came within one-stroke of qualifying for the NCAA Championships. In 2004, had regionals only been 36 holes, the Wildcats would have advanced, but a final round score of 318 dropped them to a 15th-place finish. In 2005, K-State shot a solid 881, but were unable to advance to the NCAA Championships, finishing six shots shy of qualifying. And in 2006, the Wildcats finished 18th, four spots better than their 22nd seed. Even though the Wildcats have yet to advance a team past regionals, Norris has guided individuals to the NCAA Championships in two out of the last four years. AJ Elgert tied for 12th at the 2003 Central Regional to extend his collegiate career to the national championship where he finished tied for 28th following a 72hole score of 8-over 288. In 2005, Robert Streb became the fourth Wildcat, but the first freshman ever, to advance to the NCAA Championship after tying for 12th at regionals. Under the tutelage of Norris, KState improved its placing in the Big 12 Championships in each of his first seven years at the helm. Norris’ resurrection of the golf program at K-State all began when he inherited his first squad in 1997. During that season, K-State finished last in the Big 12. The steady rise through the Big 12 was topped off in 2004, when the Wildcats captured a fourth-place finish in the Big 12. It was the school’s best conference finish since placing fourth in 1969. In 2009 Norris led his team to another fourth place finish at the Big 12 Championship.



Lost 96 112 89 69 64 71 54 79 79 97 65 30 905

Tied — 1 — — 3 6 1 2 9 4 2 2 30

Pct. .355 .317 .335 .443 .580 .618 .658 .509 .500 .392 .658 .763 .519

Tournament Big 12 Wins Finish — 12th 1 10th — 10th — 8th 2 7th — T6th 1 4th — 10th — T10th — 9th 1 8th 4 4th 9 4th

During 2008-09 season Norris coached to the team to the most successful season in school history when the Wildcats captured four tournament titles at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate, Pacific Invitational, Shocker Classic and the Missouri Tiger Intercollegiate. The 2007-08 season was a further testament to the job Norris has done with the Kansas State golf team. Norris helped the Wildcats turn an 80-over, wind-crazed nightmare of a tournament at the Club Glove Intercollegiate into a prime learning experience and launch pad for success. After the Club Glove, K-State turned in its best two events of the fall and shot a school record 826 while leading the top-ranked team in the nation at the Pacific Invitational. During the spring season, Norris’ Wildcats won their first tournament since the 2003-04 season when they brought home the first place trophy from the Ron Moore Invitational. The 2006-07 season served as a rebuilding year for the K-State golf team. The Wildcats lost two seniors from the previous season, including the school’s all-time leader in career stroke average Ben Kern and had a roster littered with freshmen. Two of those freshman, Mitchell Gregson and Joe Ida proved to be more ready than one might think and competed in all 13 events. Robert Streb and Kyle Yonke, a sophomore and junior respectively, stepped up in leadership of the young squad and tied for the team lead in stroke average at 75.24. Due in a large part to Norris’ recruiting and player development, K-State also had many individual accomplishments in 2005. Ben Kern became the first golfer since Matt Van Cleave in 2003 to win a tournament outright as Kern took medalist honors at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational. Kern finished the tournament with an amazing school- and tournament-record score of 69-65-65—199 (-14). For the year, Kern averaged 72.74 strokes-per-round, the second best annual stroke average in school history. During the 2003-04 season the Wildcats won the Purina Classic in St. Charles, Mo. It was KState’s first tournament victory since winning the Wildcat Invitational on April 14, 2002. Even more impressive was the fact that it was K-State’s first victory outside the state of Kansas since winning the Southwest Classic in Austin, Texas, on March 14, 1995. At the Purina Classic, Van Cleave became the first Wildcat to win a tournament since Aaron Watkins was victorious on Oct. 1,


2002 at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate. En route to his victory, Van Cleave etched his name in the K-State record book with a 54-hole score of 7067-65—202 (-11), only to be outdone by Kern the following season. Norris’ work might begin on the golf course, but it doesn’t end there. Norris places a heavy emphasis on academics, which is why he produces true student-athletes. Last season, Joe Ida, Mitchell Gregson, Jason Schulte and Daniel Wood earned Academic All-Big 12 honors. It marked the 10th-consecutive year that Norris has placed at least two of his golfers on the Academic All-Big 12 team. In 2006-07 season Yonke was also the seventh Wildcat golfer to be named a Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar by the Golf Coaches Association of America. In 2006, Yonke and Jonathan James snagged first team Academic All-Big 12 honors. In 2005, Van Cleave earned first team honors, while Nick Shumacher picked up second-team honors. In 2004, three Wildcats were selected to the Academic All-Big 12 squad – Tim Moody (first team), Greg Douglas (second team), and Van Cleave (first team). Not only did Van Cleave win back-to-back first team Academic All-Big 12 accolades, but he was also honored by the GCAA as a Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar Recipient in 2004. Through his first 11 years at K-State, Norris has seen 32 academic distinctions given to his golfers. Norris came to K-State from UTEP, where he led the Miners to six NCAA West Regional appearances (1990, ‘91, ‘93, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97), while coaching two-time All-American and 1995 Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year Ryan Hietala during his seven-year stint as head

coach. His 1990, ‘91 and ‘95 squads appeared in the NCAA Championship and he had individuals take part at nationals in 1994 and 1997. Prior to becoming the head golf coach at UTEP, Norris played on the PGA Tour, where he brought home four tournament titles in his nine-year career. Norris holds the distinction of going through qualifying school three times and qualifying each time. His first victory came at the 1980 California State Open. Norris’ second victory on the tour came at the 1982 Greater Hartford Open held at Wethersfield Country Club. Norris won the Greater Hartford Open in a convincing fashion, as he defeated Ray Floyd and Hubert Green by six strokes. Norris fired a tournament record 72-hole score of 63-64-66-66—259 (-25), a record which still stands. Norris’ tournament record at the Greater Hartford Open is the fifthlongest standing tournament scoring record on the PGA Tour. Norris’ third tournament title came at the Spalding Invitational Pro-Am in Pebble Beach, Calif., in 1986. Norris carded an unthinkable second round score of 64 at the Pebble Beach Golf Links, which is tied for the third lowest score in the course’s storied history. The round of 64 at Pebble puts him in a group with only a few others that have accomplished the same feat. Other PGA Tour greats that have shot a 64 at Pebble include Paul Azinger, Ray Floyd, Jeff Sluman, Payne Stewart and Tiger Woods. Norris’ final victory came in 1992 at the Sun Country PGA Championship at Santa Teresa, N.M. Norris won the tournament while he was the head coach at UTEP. Overall, Norris had a very successful


professional career, recording nine other top 10 finishes during his nine years on the Tour. His professional career ended prematurely due to an injury to his right hand. Collegiately, Norris starred at Fresno State, where he was a two-time All-American. Norris’ 1980 stroke average of 71.89 stood atop the Bulldog’s all-time single-season scoring charts for 20 years. The 1980 season was a very successful year for Norris as he garnered first team All-American honors. He went on to earn Fresno State Athlete of the Year accolades. During the 1978-79 season, Norris was tabbed a second team All-American after transferring to FSU from Fresno City College. A native of Fresno, Calif., Norris and his wife, Shelley, reside in Manhattan with their daughter, Ashley and son, Tyler.


The Norris family from left to right: K-State head coach Tim Norris, Shelley, Tyler and Ashley. Ashley is a junior golfer at Creighton University.


K-STATE MEN’S GOLF MITCHELLGREGSON SENIOR WATERLOO, ILL. Fall | 09 Was named one of the top-50 players to watch by GolfWeek... Was in the scoring line-up for all six events during the fall season... Led the team in stroke average with a 70.59 average... Best finish came at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he finished second with a 1-under par 141... Finished the fall ranked 34th in the Golfstat Cup, which ranks all college golfers regardless of division and includes NAIA and junior colleges... Finished in the top-15 in all six tournaments during the fall... Over 97 percent of his scores were counted toward the team score.

Career Bests 18-Holes: 64 (2008 Santa Clara Invitational) 36-Holes: 131 (2008 Santa Clara Invitational) 54-Holes: 201 (2008 Santa Clara Invitational) Finish: 1st (Twice - Last: 2008 Santa Clara)


Fall | 06 Central Region Preview Wolverine Intercollegiate Wolf Pack Classic Alister MacKenzie Inv. Club Glove Intercollegiate

71-81-73–225 76-72-73–221 73-74-72–219 70-74-74–218 83-79-81–243

(T6th) (T41st) (T36th) (T35th) (T50th)

Spring | 07 Lochinvar Challenge Rio Pinar Intercollegiate Braveheart Classic Fresno State Golf Classic Ron Moore Invitational Shocker Classic ASU Thunderbird Inv. Big 12 Championship

78 80-82-77–239 79-75-75–229 73-79-75–227 72-72-68–212 73-71-84–228 73-74-77–224 78-76-78–232

(T9th) (T95th) (T11th) (T49th) (T15th) (T33rd) (T64th) (T40th)

Fall | 07 Kansas Invitational Jim Colbert Inter. Wolf Pack Classic Club Glove Inter. Herb Wimberly Inter. Pacific Invitational

75-72-76–223 75-71-72–218 70-71-77–218 79-79-76–234 70-69-71—210 68-70-72—210

(T16th) (T4th) (T22nd) (T17th) (T9th) (T17th)

Spring | 08 Braveheart Classic Fresno Lexus Classic Ron Moore Invitational Shocker Classic Missouri Tiger Inter. Big 12 Championship NCAA West Regional

77-74-76–224 77-70-69–216 68-70-72–211 70-71-75–216 71-74-72–217 76-79-71-73–299 74-75-71–220

(6th) (T31st) (T11th) (T9th) (3rd) (T25th) (T25th)

Fall | 08 Jim Colbert Inter. Cardinal Classic Wolf Pack Classic Santa Clara Invitational Herb Wimberly Inter. Pacific Invitational

74-74-68–216 73-70-67–210 72-71-75–218 67-64-70–201 76-69-70–215 71-68-74–213

(1st) (T9th) (T26th) (1st) (T15th) (T7th)

Spring | 09 Dual in the Desert Braveheart Classic Desert Shootout Shocker Classic Tiger Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship NCAA West Regional

75 74-71-72–217 74-70-72–216 75-70–145 67-70-77–214 78-79-77-66–300 71-75-70-216

(T4th) (T2nd) (T37th) (T3rd) (T3rd) (T25th) (T31st)

Fall | 09 Wolf Pack Intercollegiate Jim Colbert Inter. Wolf Pack Classic Firestone Invitational Herb Wimberly Inter. Pacific Invitational YEAR EVENTS 06-07 13 07-08 13 08-09 13 Fall 09 6 TOTALS 45

72-68-71-211 71-70–141 74-69-71–214 73-72-76–221 72-66-70–208 69-70-66–205

RDS. STROKES 37 2,801 40 2,916 37 2,656 17 1,200 131 9,573

AVG. 75.70 72.90 71.78 70.59 73.08

(T5th) (2nd) (T11th) (T15th) (11th) (4th)

Junior | 08-09 Was in the scoring lineup in all 13 events... Ended the season with six top-5 finishes and nine top-20 finishes... Finished second on the team in stroke average at 71.78... Was rated No. 99 nationally by GolfWeek... Carded an even-par score of 216 at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate to win the first tournament of the season... The win was the first individual championship since Ben Kern in 2006... Played well through the entire fall, winning the Santa Clara Invitational by carding a 12-under par 201, which is the second-lowest score in school history... After his second individual championship, he earned Big 12 Golfer of the Month honors for October... Placed second at the Braveheart Classic by carding a 1-over par 217... Had back-to-back third-place finishes at the Shocker Classic and the Tiger Intercollegiate... With a final round 4-under par 66, he carded the lowest 18-hole score at the Big 12 Championship in Kansas State history... Carded an even par 316 at NCAA West Regional to finish tied for 31st... Earned Second Team Academic AllBig 12 honors. Sophomore | 07-08 Led the Wildcats during the regular season with 72.86 strokes per round, the third-best personal scoring average in K-State history... Finished in the top 20 in four of six events in the spring and finished in the top 10 in three events... Finished tied for 25th with and 11-over 299 at the Big 12 Championship... Tied a season-low with a 68 in the opening round of the Ron Moore Invitational in the opening round of the Ron Moore Invitational, and helped the Wildcats earn their first tournament win since 2003... Led Kansas State with 14 rounds under par and seven rounds at even par... Was a fixture in the K-State lineup during the fall and led the Wildcats in stroke average with 72.94 per round... Placed in the top 20 in five fall events and recorded a pair of top-10 finishes... Best finish in the standings during the fall was a fourth place tie at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate... Low round of the fall came at the Pacific Invitational where he scored a 68 to open play... Notched a season-low 54-hole score of 210 at both the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate and the Pacific Invitational... Was the only K-State golfer to contribute all 18 rounds towards the team score in the fall... Part of the K-State lineup at the Pacific Invitational that set the lowest 54-hole score in school history (826) and finished second behind the top-ranked team in the country. Freshman | 06-07 Competed in all 13 events... Teamed up with fellow freshman Joe Ida as the only two Wildcat rookies to compete in every tournament in a season in head coach Tim Norris’ tenure... Finished the regular season third on the team in stroke average at 75.70... Tallied two top-20 finishes and one top-10 finish... Holds the team’s two lowest individual rounds this season of 67 and 68... Carded four rounds under par and four rounds of even par... Contributed 76.57 percent of his rounds towards the team score (28.33-of-37). Registered the team’s two lowest rounds by carding a 5under par 67 and a 4-under par 68 during the final rounds of the Fresno State Golf Classic and the Ron Moore Invitational, respectively... Stroke average for the two events was 72.67... Final round of 68 at the Ron Moore propelled him to his career low 54hole score of 4-under par 212, the third lowest individual 54-hole score on the team during the year... Best finish of spring in a 54-hole tournament was a tie for 15th at the Ron Moore Invitational… Shot a 22-over par 232 (78-76-78) during the Big 12 Championship to tie for 40th. High School Lettered four years for the Bulldogs... Coached by Nancy Neal... Named the teams most valuable player and was an all-conference selection all four years (200205)... Recorded a 72.00 stroke average during his senior season, earning all-state honors... Placed second in the Illinois Class 2A state tournament his senior season... Holds nine-hole school record at 5-under par 31... Named 2006 St. Louis Post Dispatch Prep Boys Golfer of the Year. Personal Born on Oct. 19, 1987... Son of Gordon and Cindy Gregson... Also lettered four years in baseball and basketball... Voted basketball team MVP during the 2004-05 season.

LOW LOW LOW TOP 18 36 54 5 67 144 212 68 138 210 3 64 131 201 6 66 138 205 3 64 131 201 12

TOP 10 2 5 8 4 19


TOP 20 3 9 9 6 27

BEST FINISH T6th - Central 3rd - Tiger Inter. 1st - Twice 2nd - Colbert 1st - Twice


K-STATE MEN’S GOLF JOE IDA SENIOR FORT SCOTT, KAN. Fall | 09 Was in the scoring line-up for all six events during the fall season... Recorded his first career win at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate after firing a 2-under par 140... was second on the team in stroke average at 71.94 average... Led the Wildcats with a fourth place finish at the Firestone Invitational after carding a 1-under par 215... Over 88 percent of his scores were counted toward the team score.

Career Bests 18-Holes: 65 (2007 Pacific Invitational) 36-Holes: 134 (2007 Pacific Invitational) 54-Holes: 203 (2007 Pacific Invitational) Finish: 1st (2009 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate)

Fall | 06 74-84-80–238 70-70-75–215 71-78-72–221 72-72-80–224 81-82-75–238

(T39th) (T15th) (T48th) (T65th) (T38th)

Spring | 07 Lochinvar Challenge Rio Pinar Intercollegiate Braveheart Classic Fresno State Golf Classic Ron Moore Invitational Shocker Classic ASU Thunderbird Inv. Big 12 Championship

79 79-79-74–232 79-75-75–229 73-79-75–227 73-74-77–224 76-75-76–227 73-76-74–223 74-74-79–227

(T12th) (T86th) (T11th) (T49th) (71st) (T30th) (T62nd) (T22nd)

Fall | 07 Kansas Invitational Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Wolf Pack Classic Club Glove Inter. Herb Wimberly Inter. Pacific Invitational

73-77-76–226 75-75-75–225 73-72-78–223 79-79-75–233 68-68-68–204 69-65-69–203

(T27th) (T12th) (T42nd) (T15th) (2nd) (T3rd)

Spring | 08 Braveheart Classic Fresno Lexus Classic Ron Moore Invitational Shocker Classic Missouri Tiger Inter. Big 12 Championship NCAA West Regional

75-76-79–230 73-68-73–214 68-69-70–207 65-72-75–212 77-74-76–227 71-74-79-71–295 78-78-79–235

(T17th) (T20th) (T3rd) (T3rd) (T25th) (T16th) (T114th)

Fall | 08 Jim Colbert Inter. Cardinal Classic Wolf Pack Classic Pacific Invitational

73-77-74–224 71-70-68–209 74-70-72–216 73-74-70–217

(T7th) (T7th) (T16th) (T18th)

Spring | 09 Dual in the Desert Braveheart Classic Desert Shootout Shocker Classic Tiger Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship NCAA West Regional

73 75-79-76–230 72-66-73–211 78-72–150 70-77-74–221 77-78-71-77–303 73-75-76–224

(2nd) (T52nd) (T16th) (8th) (T12th) (T32nd) (T66th)

Fall | 09 Wolf Pack Intercollegiate Jim Colbert Inter. Wolf Pack Classic Firestone Invitational Herb Wimberly Inter. Pacific Invitational

YEAR EVENTS 06-07 13 07-08 13 08-09 11 Fall-09 6 TOTALS 43

78-77-76-231 70-69–140 70-75-75–220 73-70-72–215 68-68-71–207 71-69-70–210

RDS. STROKES 37 2,804 40 2,934 31 2,278 17 1,223 125 9,239

AVG. 75.78 73.35 73.48 71.94 73.91

(T66th) (1st) (T33rd) (4th) (T7th) (T13th)

Sophomore | 07-08 Second among Wildcats in stroke average with 72.95 strokes per round, the fourth-best personal scoring average in K-State history... Led the team with four top-5 finishes and notched nine top-20 finishes on the season... Tied for 16th at the Big 12 Championships with a 7-over 295 and led the Wildcats in scoring for the second-consecutive year... Shot his third round of the season under 210 with a 9-under 207 at the Ron Moore Invitational and helped the Wildcats capture their first team championship since 2003... Tied a season- and career-low with a 65 in the opening round of the par-71 Diet Pepsi Shocker Clasic, the second-lowest score in school history on a par-71... Carded 11 rounds under par, second on the team... Contributed 94.6 percent (35 of 37) of his rounds to the team score... Offered solid play the entire fall but played his best golf at the end, earning Big 12 Golfer of the Month honors for October... Ida followed a career-best 204 at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate with a new career-best 203 at the Pacific Invitational, both among the top-5, 54-hole scores in school history... Finished tied with teammate Robert Streb for third at Pacific, where he also shot the lowest par72 round ever by a Wildcat with a 65 in the second... Finished the fall second on the team with a 73 stroke average... Tied Streb for the team lead with two top five finishes... Best finish was second at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate... Part of the K-State lineup at the Pacific Invitational that set the lowest 54-hole score in school history (826) and finished second behind the top-ranked team in the country. Freshman | 06-07 One of two freshmen to see action in all 13 events... Teamed up with fellow freshman Mitchell Gregson as one of only three Wildcat rookies (Robert Streb) to compete in every tournament in a season in head coach Tim Norris’ tenure... Finished with a 75.78 stroke average... Recorded three top-20 finishes... Tallied three rounds under par and one round of even par... Finished third on the team in percentage of rounds counted at 81.08 percent (30-of-37). Best finish of season was at the Braveheart Classic as he tied for 11th at 13-over par 229 (79-75-75) Made a 75-place jump from the previous tournament - the Rio Pinar Intercollegiate - where he finished tied for 86th... Best tournament vs. par was at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational when he carded a 7over par 223 (73-76-74)... Tied for 22nd with a 17-over par 227 (74-74-79) at the Big 12 Championship… Became the first freshman to lead KState in the conference championship since 2001.


Central Region Preivew Wolverine Intercollegiate Wolf Pack Classic Alister MacKenzie Inv. Club Glove Intercollegiate

Junior | 08-09 Competed in 11 events... Was instrumental in all four of the Wildcat victories at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate, Pacific Invitational, Shocker Classic and the Tiger Intercollegiate... Finished third on the team with a 73.48 stroke average... Carded his lowest round of the season at the Cardinal Classic, where he tallied a three-round score of 7under par 209, earning a tie for seventh place... Had two top-10 finishes and four top-20 finishes... Best finish during the fall was a seventh place at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate and the Cardinal Classic... Finished second at the Dual in the Desert by firing a 1-over par 73... Finished tied for 16th at the Desert Shootout by carding a 5-under par 211... Carded an 8-over par 150 at the Shocker Classic to finish eighth... Finished 12th at the Tiger Intercollegiate, helping the Wildcats to their fourth tournament victory of the season... Earned Second Team Academic All-Big 12 honors.

High School Four-year letterwinner for the Tigers under coach Dr. Ken Klassen... Claimed the Kansas Class 4A individual championship by carding an 18-hole score of 70... Led his squad to a third-place finish in the state tournament... Finished tied for seventh at state his junior year... Four-time all-league selection. Personal Born Aug. 8, 1988... Parents are Matt and Janet Ida... Has one sister, Caitlin... Lists greatest sports thrill as his first hole-in-one, which occurred during a high school tournament his freshman year... Plans on attending law school after graduation.

LOW LOW LOW TOP 18 36 54 5 70 140 215 65 134 203 4 66 138 209 1 68 136 207 2 66 134 203 7

TOP 10 4 4 3 11

TOP BEST 20 FINISH 3 T11th - Braveheart 8 2nd - Wimbley 8 T7th - Twice 5 1st - Colbert 24 1st - Colbert



K-STATE MEN’S GOLF JOE KINNEY SENIOR ANTIOCH, ILL. Fall | 09 Had the most successful fall season of his career in 2009... Recorded his best finish of his career at the Wolf Pack Classic where he finished tied for second place after shooting an 8-under par 208... Has a 72.00 stroke average that includes four top-20 finishes and a 70.83 final-round average in six events... Placed seventh in the Wildcats’ only victory of the fall slate after carding a 4-over par 146.

Career Bests 18-Holes: 67 (2 - Last: 2009 Wolf Pack Classic) 36-Holes: 139 (2009 Wolf Run Intercollegiate) 54-Holes: 208 (2009 Wolf Pack Classic) Finish: T2nd (2009 Wolf Pack Classic)

Junior | 08-09 Participated in four events during the season... Finished eighth on the team in stroke average with a 76.28... Was able to help the Wildcats earn a victory in the first tournament of the season at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate with a 15over par 231... Competed as an individual at the Santa Clara Invitational, recording his lowest round of the season with an even-par 71 in the third round...Finished with an 11-over par 224 at the Santa Clara Invitational for a season-best 18th place finish... Participated as an individual in two events in the spring, finishing tied for 19th at the Shocker classic and tied for 32nd at the Tiger Intercollegiate.

Fall | 05


Wolverine Intercollegiate 78-70-74–222 (T56th) Memphis Intercollegiate 80-76-78–234 (T64th) Barona Collegiate Cup 71-72-73–217 (T48th)

Spring | 06 Matlock Collegiate Wexford Intercollegiate Hackler Invitational Stevinson Ranch^ ASU Thunderbird Invite. Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship

78-77-75–230 77-80-75–232 77-74-78–229 80-77–157 70-77-71–218 78-80-74–232 74-75-79–228

(T35th) (T25th) (T52nd) (T47th) (T44th) (T39th) (T42nd)

Fall | 06 Wolverine Intercollegiate 74-76-79–229 (T73rd)

Junior | 07-08 Redshirted the 2007-08 season. Sophomore | 06-07 Became a major part of the lineup for the home stretch of the season as he competed in all eight spring events... Completed the regular season with a 77.20 stroke average... Tallied one top-20 finish... Carded one round of even par and one round under par... Contributed 17 of his 25 rounds towards the team score (68.00 percent)... Carded his career-low 54-hole score at the Ron Moore Invitational with a 1-under par 215 (70-72-72) to tie for 23rd... Was one of four Wildcats to shoot below par at the event... His first-round score of 70 at the Ron Moore tied his career-low round... Registered his career-best finish in a 54-hole event at the Ron Moore, besting his tie for 25th at the 2006 Wexford Intercollegiate... Finished second on the team and tied for 35th overall at the Fresno State Golf Classic with a 7-over par 223 (73-76-74)... Combined for a 73.00 stroke average during the Ron Moore Invitational and the Fresno State Classic... Also pitched in two counting rounds at the Rio Pinar Intercollegiate, Braveheart Classic and Big 12 Championship. In the fall, competed in one event, the Wolverine Intercollegiate... Finished tied for 73rd at 16-over par 229... Contributed two counting rounds, including a 3-over par 74 in round one.

Spring | 07 Lochinvar Challenge Rio Pinar Intercollegiate Braveheart Classic Fresno State Golf Classic Ron Moore Invitational Shocker Classic ASU Thunderbird Inv. Big 12 Championship

81 79-76-80–235 85-79-74–238 73-76-74–223 70-72-72–215 82-80-87–249 75-80-73–228 76-73-83–232

(15th) (T89th) (T44th) (T35th) (T23rd) (85th) (T77th) (T40th)

Fall | 08 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate 76-74-81–231 (T24th) Santa Clara Invitational* 79-74-71–224 (T19th)

Spring | 09 Shocker Classic* Tiger Intercollegiate*

78-79–157 (T19th) 78-77-72–227 (T32nd)

Fall | 09 Wolf Pack Intercollegiate Jim Colbert Inter. Wolf Pack Classic Firestone Invitational Herb Wimberly Inter. Pacific Invitational

70-69-72-211 75-71–146 74-67-67–208 74-79-71–224 71-72-71–214 70-78-73–221

* Competed as an individual

YEAR EVENTS 05-06 10 06-07 9 08-09 4 Fall 09 6 TOTALS 29

RDS. STROKES 29 2,198 25 1,930 11 839 17 1,224 82 6,191

AVG. 75.79 77.20 76.28 72.00 75.50

(T5th) (7th) (T2nd) (T20th) (T34th) (T42nd)

Freshman | 05-06 Became a regular in the starting lineup during the spring season, participating in seven-of-eight events during the second half... Finished his freshman year with a 75.79 stroke average... Best golf vs. par of the spring came at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational, carding a 5-over par 218 (70-7771) to tie for 44th... Best placing of season came at the Wexford Intercollegiate, where he tied for 25th… Participated in three of the team’s five fall events... Saw first tournament action of career at the Wolverine Intercollegiate, carding a 78-70-74–222 (+9) on his way to a 56th-place tie... Made lineup for the last tournament of the fall, the Barona Collegiate Cup, where he shot an even-par 216 to finish tied for 48th. High School Lettered four years for the Sequoits under coach Jeff Moxley... Selected as a member of the all-conference team all four years... Named team captain as well as team MVP his final three seasons... Named to the all-state team his senior year... One of 135 golfers who earned Rolex Junior All-American honorable mention honors, as selected by the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA). Personal Born March 5, 1987 in Libertyville, Ill... Parents are James and Jean Kinney... Has one brother, Andrew... A life long Chicago Cubs fan.

LOW LOW LOW TOP 18 36 54 5 70 147 218 70 142 215 71 150 224 67 139 208 2 67 139 208 2

TOP 10 3 3


TOP BEST 20 FINISH T25th - Wexford 1 15th - Lochinvar 2 T18th - Santa Clara 4 T2nd - Wolf Pack 7 T2nd - Wolf Pack


K-STATE MEN’S GOLF ROSS GEUBELLE JUNIOR LAKIN, KAN. Fall | 09 Participated in three events during the fall season... Started the season off at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate with a three round score of 232 and helped the Cats to a ninth place finish... Played as an individual at the Jim Cobert Intercollegiate and finished in a tie for 33rd place with a 157... Competed as an individual at the Bill Ross Intercollegiate carding a 237. Sophomore | 08-09 Played in nine events... Finished the season with a 74.71 stroke average... Carded career low 18-hole score of 69 at the Wolf Pack Classic... Was instrumental in three of the Wildcats' team championships during the season at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate, Pacific Invitational and Shocker Classic... Carded a career low 54-hole score of 216 and also a personal best with a 16th place finish at the Pacific Invitational... Earned First Team Academic All-Big 12 honors.

Career Bests 18-Holes: 69 (2008 Wolf Pack Classic) 36-Holes: 142 (2008 Wolf Pack Classic) 54-Holes: 216 (2008 Pacific Invitational) Finish: T16th (2008 Pacific Invitational)

Fall | 07 Jim Colbert Inter.* Herb Wimberly Inter. Pacific Invitational

78-76-77—231 (T25th) 74-73-74—221 (T51st) 73-74-72—219 (T52nd)

72-75-73—220 (T44th) 82-76-78—236 (83rd)

Freshman | 06-07

Fall | 08 Jim Colbert Inter. Wolf Pack Classic Santa Clara Invitational Herb Wimberly Inter. Pacific Invitational

79-74-77—230 73-69-81—223 76-74-73—223 76-75-71—222 74-72-70—216

(T21st) (T46th) (18th) (T49th) (T16th)

Spring | 09 Dual in the Desert Bravehear Classic Desert Shootout Shocker Classic

74 78-76-72—226 73-75-71—219 78-82—160

(3rd) (T36th) (T51st) (T23rd)

Fall | 09 Wolf Run Intercollegiate Jim Colbert Inter.* Bill Ross Intercollegiate*

77-75-80—232 (T77th) 81-76—157 (T33rd) 78-79-80—237 (T52nd)

Redshirt Season. High School Four-year letterwinner for the Broncs under head coach Travis McAtee... Placed fourth or better in the Kansas Class 3A State Championship his sophomore through senior seasons... Was the individual state champion as a junior after carding a 71... Has been named to the all-league, region, and state teams throughout his high school career. In summer 2006 finished seventh at the Big I Junior Classic in Odessa, Texas, following a 72-hole score of 2-under par 286 (71-74-71-70). Personal Born May 13, 1988... Parents are Doug and Stacey Geubelle... Has one brother, Blake... Lists favorite pastimes as hunting, fishing and playing baseball... A member of the National Honors Society, Partners in Community Service and STUGO.

* Competed as an individual

YEAR EVENTS 07-08 5 08-09 9 Fall 09 3 TOTALS 17

RDS. STROKES 15 1,127 24 1,793 8 626 47 3,546

AVG. 75.13 74.71 78.25 75.45

LOW LOW LOW TOP 18 36 54 5 72 147 219 69 142 216 1 75 152 232 69 142 216 1

TOP 10 -


Spring | 08 Ron Moore Invitational Shocker Classic

RS Freshman | 07-08 Made two appearances in the spring, both as part of the scoring lineup... Carded a 72 in the opening round of the Ron Moore Invitational, tying a season- and career-low 18-hole score... Contributed 4-of-6 rounds to the team score, including helping the Wildcats earn their first tournament victory since 2003 at the Ron Moore Invitational... Finished the regular season with a 75.13 stroke average. Joined the K-State scoring lineup for the final two events of the fall... Low 18-hole score of 72 in the third round of the Pacific Invitational was counted towards the new K-State record for lowest team 54-hole score... Finished the fall with a 74.56 stroke average in three events... Made Wildcat career debut as an individual at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he finished tied for 25th... Improved score in every event during the fall and recorded his lowest 54-hole score of 219 at the Pacific Invitational.

TOP BEST 20 FINISH T25th - Colbert 3 T16th - Pacific T33rd - Colbert 3 T16th - Pacific Invite



K-STATE MEN’S GOLF JASON SCHULTE JUNIOR MISSION HILLS, KAN. Fall | 09 Participated in five out of the six events during the fall season... Recorded his career-best finish at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate after he fired a 5-over par 147... At the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate, he fired the best 36-hole score of his career as he posted a 2-over par 215 to help the Wildcats to one of their five top-five finishes in the fall... Is fourth on the team stroke average at 73.93.

Career Bests 18-Holes: 67 (2009 Pacific Invitational) 36-Holes: 141 (2009 Pacific Invitational) 54-Holes: 215 (2009 Herb Wimberly Inter.) Finish: T8th (2009 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate)


74-84-80–238 70-70-75–215 71-78-72–221 72-72-80–224 81-82-75–238

(T39th) (T15th) (T48th) (T65th) (T38th)

Spring | 07 Lochinvar Challenge Fresno State Golf Classic


DQ (T68th)

Fall | 08 Jim Colbert Inter.* Cardinal Classic Wolf Pack Classic* Santa Clara Invitational Herb Wimberly Inter.

Junior | 07-08 Redshirted the 2007-08 season.

Fall | 06 Central Region Preivew Wolverine Intercollegiate Wolf Pack Classic Alister MacKenzie Inv. Club Glove Intercollegiate

Junior | 08-09 Competed in seven events during the season... Finished with a 75.68 stroke average... Put together his best performance of the season to help the Wildcats finish second at the Santa Clara Invitational as he carded a threeround score of 7-over par 220 and tied for 10th place, both season bests... Participated in the Braveheart Classic, finishing in a tie for 79th by carding a 21-over par 237... Earned First Team Academic All-Big 12 honors.

78-75-73–226 76-77-73–226 79-77-75–231 74-74-72–220 75-74-74–223

(T11th) (T58th) (T61st) (T10th) (T49th)

Freshman | 06-07 Participated in five events, including two as an individual… Finished rookie season with a 77.40 stroke average… Half of his rounds counted towards the team score (4.5-of-9). Finished tied for 68th at 17-over par 233 (80-76-77) at the Fresno State Golf Classic… Pitched in a counting round of 76 during the second round. High School Lettered four years for the Hawklets... Coached by Michael O’Leary... Finished third at the Missouri Class 4 state tournament, carding a two-round score of 70-71–141... Led Rockhurst to a state championship his senior season... Won the Kenneth Smith Award, annually given to the top male golfer in the Kansas City area... Criteria for the award is achievment of excellence on the golf course and in the classroom, exemplifying leadership and performing community service. Personal Born Apr. 4, 1988... Parents are Dale and Karen Schulte... Has one brother, Tim... Studied abroad in Spain during the summer of 2008.

Spring | 09 Dual in the Desert* Braveheart Classic*

75 (T4th) 75-79-83-237 (T79th)

Fall | 09 Jim Colbert Inter.* Wolf Pack Classic Firestone Invitational Herb Wimberly Inter. Pacific Invitational

74-73–147 74-73-72–219 76-75-86–237 72-70-73–215 74-67-76–217

(T8th) (T28th) (T21st) (T34th) (T33rd)

* Competed as an individual

YEAR EVENTS 06-07 5 08-09 7 Fall 09 5 TOTALS 17

RDS. STROKES 15 1,161 19 1,438 14 1,035 48 3,634

AVG. 77.40 75.68 73.93 75.71

LOW LOW LOW TOP 18 36 54 5 69 143 225 72 148 220 1 67 141 215 67 141 215 1

TOP 10 2 1 3


TOP BEST 20 FINISH T47th - Central 3 T10th - Santa Clara 1 T8th - Colbert 4 T8th - Colbert


K-STATE MEN’S GOLF KYLE SMELL JUNIOR OVERLAND PARK, KAN. Sophomre | 08-09 Will redshirt the 2009-10 season. Sophomre | 08-09 Ended the year playing in nine events... Participated as an individual in the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate, where he finished with a 26-over par 242... Best round came at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate, where he carded a 7-over par 220, helping the Wildcats to a second-place finish... Also put together a strong first round of even-par 71 in the team victory at the Pacific Invitational... Finished the season with a 75.78 stroke average... His best finish of the season came at the Tiger Intercollegiate when he finished tied for sixth by carding a 1-over par 217.

Career Bests 18-Holes: 67 (2007 Pacific Invitational) 36-Holes: 138 (2007 Pacific Invitational) 54-Holes: 212 (2007 Pacific Invitational) Finish: T8th (2007 Kansas Invitational)

Fall | 07 72-74-75–221 79-75-77–231 75-70-74–219 84-76-78–238 73-76-72—221 67-71-74—212

(T8th) (T25th) (T27th) (T27th) (T51st) (T22nd)

Spring | 08 Braveheart Classic Shocker Classic Braveheart Classic Big 12 Championship

82-79-77–237 75-75-78–228 76-73-73–222 77-85-75-77–314

(T57th) (T46th) (T9th) (T49th)

Fall | 08 Jim Colbert Inter.* Herb Wimberly Inter. Pacific Invitational

81-77-84–242 (47th) 73-75-72–220 (36th) 72-73-76–221 (T34th)

Fall | 08 Dual in the Desert Braveheart Classic Desert Shootout Tiger Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship NCAA West Regional

88 75-79-76–230 76-71-76–223 72-73-72–217 83-73-76-73–305 75-72-77–224

* Competed as an individual

YEAR EVENTS 07-08 10 08-09 9 TOTALS 19

RDS. STROKES 31 2,344 26 1,970 57 4,314

AVG. 75.61 75.78 75.68

(12th) (T52nd) (T61st) (T6th) (40th) (T66th)

High School Won the 2007 Kansas Junior Amateur and was named the Junior Player of the Year... Lettered four years for the Blue Valley West Jaguars under coach Kevin Bandy... Won back-to-back Eastern Kansas League (EKL) titles as a junior in 2006 and a senior in 2007... Won by an 11-stroke margin in 2007... Team won the EKL title in 2007 by 42 strokes... Tied for third at the 2007 Kansas Regionals with a 1-under par 70...finished in the top five at the state tournament his freshman through junior seasons, including a second-place finish as a sophomore in 2005... Named all-metro in 2005 and 2006... Named first team all-Sun Country in 2005 and 2006... Stroke average in as a junior 2006 was 72.00... Also had success on the amateur circuit, winning the Kansas Men's Public Links in 2005 en route to being named the Kansas Golf Association (KGA) 2005 Junior Player of the Year... Runner-up at the 2005 and 2006 Kansas Junior Amateur... Participant at the 2005 U.S. Junior Amateur. Personal Born May 3, 1989 in Kansas City, Mo. ... Parents are Kevin and Carolyn Smell... Has one sister, Caitlin... Has aspirations of playing professional golf after graduation... Lists greatest sports thrill as winning the 2005 KGA Junior Player of the Year... Father, Kevin, played college golf at Baker University.

LOW LOW LOW TOP 18 36 54 5 67 138 212 71 145 217 67 138 212 -

TOP 10 2 1 3

TOP 20 2 2 4


Kansas Invitational* Jim Colbert Inter. Wolf Pack Classic Club Glove Inter. Herb Wimberly Inter. Pacific Invitational

Freshman | 07-08 Competed in four events during the spring, three as a member of the K-State scoring lineup... Finished fourth on the squad with 80 percent (20 of 25) of his total rounds contributing to the team score... Finished the regular season with a 75.61 scoring average... Notched two top-10 finishes (Kansas Invitational, Missouri Tiger Intercollegiate)... Recorded his highest finish (T8th) in the season-opening Kansas Invitational where he competed as an individual... Joined the K-State scoring lineup for the final five events of the fall... Averaged 74.56 strokes per round... Lowest 54-hole tally was a 212 at the Pacific Invitational... His lowest 18-hole score was also at the Pacific Invitational where he recorded one of the top-25 scores in school history, a 67 in the opening round... Part of the K-State lineup at the Pacific Invitational that set the lowest 54-hole score in school history (826) and finished second behind the top-ranked team in the country.

BEST FINISH T8th - Kansas T34th - Pacific T8th - Kansas



K-STATE MEN’S GOLF CHASE CHAMBERLIN FRESHMAN LAWRENCE, KAN. Fall | 09-10 Competed in three events during the fall slate... Carded a 242 at the the Wolf Run Intercollegiate in his first career tournament... Was instrumental in the Wildcats first win of the season at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he carded a final round 71... Fired a 240 to help the Wildcats to a fourth place tie at the Wolf Pack Classic. Freshman | 08-09 Redshirted the 2008-09 season. Career Bests 18-Holes: 71 (2009 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate) 36-Holes: 151 (2009 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate) 54-Holes: 240 (2009 Wolf Pack Classic) Finish: T18th (2009 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate)

Fall | 09


Wolf Run Intercollegiate Jim Colbert Inter. Wolf Pack Classic*

82-77-83—242 (T81st) 80-71—151 (T18th) 76-83-81—240 (T76th)

High School A four year letter winner... A regional champion as a senior... Was named 2008 Olathe Golfer of the Year and also earned Second Team All-Metro honors from the Kansas City Star... He is a two-time Sunlower League individual champion after winning the event as a freshman and a senior, and also placed second as a junior... A four-time AllOlathe and All-Sunlower League performer... Led his Falcons to a 2007 Kansas 6A team championship as he placed second as an individual. Personal Born September 1, 1989, in Lawrence, Kan... Son of John Chamberlin and Cynthia Lindsey... Has one older brother, Ryan (26)... Was a member of the Honor Roll... Plans to become a doctor.

* Competed as an individual


RDS. STROKES 8 633 8 633

AVG. 79.13 79.13

LOW LOW LOW TOP 18 36 54 5 71 151 240 71 151 240 -

TOP 10 -


TOP 20 1 1

BEST FINISH T18th - Colbert T18th - Colbert


K-STATE MEN’S GOLF BEN JUFFER FRESHMAN WEST DES MOINES, IOWA Fall | 09 Juffer competed in two events during the fall for the Wildcats... His first career tournament was at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he carded an 18-over par 160 as an individual... Fired a 22-over par 238 at the Bill Ross Intercollegaite... His best finish was a tie for 40th place at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate.

Career Bests 18-Holes: 74 (2009 Bill Ross Intercollegiate) 36-Holes: 156 (2009 Bill Ross Intercollegiate) 54-Holes: 238 (2009 Bill Ross Intercollegiate) Finish: T40th (2009 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate)

Fall | 09 Jim Colbert Inter.* Bill Ross Intercollegiate*

High School A four year varsity letterwinner at Dowling Catholic High School... Named all-conference all four years and earned all-state honors twice... Had 12 top-20 finishes in national junior golf tournaments during 2007-08... Was named the Iowa PGA Junior Tour Player of the Year in 2007 and also won the Des Moines Junior City tournament in 2007... Boasts top 10 finishes in the Iowa Men's Amateur at Davenport Country Club and a top 20 finish in the Iowa Masters Men's Invitational. Personal Born April 20, 1991... Parents are Paul and Paula Juffer... Has one brother, Nick... Lists greatest sports thrill as his first hole-in-one at age nine... Enjoys playing basketball and tennis.

83-77–160 (T40th) 82-74-82–238 (T55th)


* Competed as an individual


RDS. STROKES 5 398 5 398

AVG. 79.60 79.60

LOW LOW LOW TOP 18 36 54 5 74 156 238 74 156 238 -

TOP 10 -

TOP 20 -

BEST FINISH T40th - Colbert T40th - Colbert



K-STATE MEN’S GOLF CURTIS YONKE FRESHMAN OVERLAND PARK, KAN. Fall | 09 Yonke became the first freshman since Kyle Smell in 2007 to compete in five or more events in his first semester as a Wildcat... Played in his first career tournament at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he helped the Cats to their first victory of the season as he carded a 5-over par 175 and finished tied for eighth place... At the Wolf Pack Classic recorded his best 36-hole score as he carded a 2-over par 218 to help the team to a top-five finish. High School Won the Kansas 6A State Championship in 2008 and 2009 and was chosen The Kansas City Star All-Metro Golfer of the Year as a junior... Recipient of the Kenneth Smith Award, which is given to one female and male golfer that best excels on and off the golf course... Is the younger brother of former Wildcat golfer Kyle Yonke. Career Bests 18-Holes: 71 (Four: 2009 Pacific Invitational) 36-Holes: 145 (2009 Herb Wimberly Invitational) 54-Holes: 218 (2009 Wolf Pack Classic) Finish: T8th (2009 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate)

Personal Born June 27, 1991... Parents are Steve and Christy Yonke... Has one brother, Kyle and one sister, Courtney... Won the Kansas 6A state golf tournament in 2007 and 2008... Grandson of former Kansas State and PGA tour great Jim Colbert.


Fall | 08 Jim Colbert Inter. Wolf Pack Classic Firestone Invitational Herb Wimberly Inter. Pacific Invitational

YEAR 07-08 Fall 08 TOTALS

EVENTS 10 3 13

RDS. 31 9 40

71-76–147 72-75-71–218 78-82-78–238 74-71-77–222 76-73-71–220

STROKES 2,344 683 3,027

AVG. 75.61 75.89 75.68

(T8th) (T21st) (T60th) (T65th) (41st)

LOW 18 67 72 67

LOW 36 138 145 138

LOW 54 212 220 212

TOP 5 -

TOP 10 2 2


TOP 20 2 2

BEST FINISH T8th - Kansas T34th - Pacific T8th - Kansas




Executive Associate A.D. Senior Women’s Administrator Nebraska ‘81

Senior Associate A.D. Administration Wake Forest ‘96

SeniorAssociate A.D. External Operations Kansas State ‘96




Senior Associate A.D. Facility Operations South Florida ‘81

Associate Athletics Director Operations Kansas State ‘77

Associate Athletics Director Compliance Wayne State ‘97




Associate Athletics Director Capital Support Kansas State ‘95

Associate Athletics Director Development Oklahoma State ‘94

Assistant Athletics Director Student Services Central Florida ‘90




Academic Advisor Kansas State ‘08

Strength Coach McKendree ‘02

Athletic Trainer Purdue ‘99

Jamie Hamor enters her second year as an academic counselor for Kansas State Student Services. She is the primary academic counselor for the baseball, tennis, equestrian, and men’s and women’s golf teams. Hamor assists with coordinating support services, continuing eligibility and academic degree progress. Hamor received both her bachelor and master’s degrees from K-State, earning her MS in Counseling and Student Development in 2008. Prior to becoming an academic counselor, Hamor was a graduate assistant with Kansas State Career and Employment Services where she advised students on resume writing, interviewing and job searches. Hamor is a native of Coldwater, Kan. She has four siblings, all of whom graduated from K-State.

Agne Eggarth joined the Kansas State in the fall of 2008 and is the strength and conditioning coach for the men’s and women’s golf teams, as well as the equestrian team. Eggarth works with the athletes on strength, stamina, lexibility, speed training and coordination development. Eggarth is a two-tome member of the Lithuanian Olympic team, where she competed in Sydney and Athens. She currently holds the Lithuanian national records in the 50m, 55m, 60m, 100m and 200m. Eggarth graduated from McKendree College in Illinois with a B.S. in Physical Education. While at McKendree, she was an NAIA champion 13 times and was twice named NAIA Athlete of the Year. She still holds the NAIA national records in the indoor 55m and 200m.


Mindy Hoffman is in her fourth year as assistant athletic trainer at Kansas State University. Hoffman serves as the assistant football trainer and women’s golf trainer. Prior to her arrival at K-State, Hoffman spent two years at the Texas Tech Unviersity Health Sciences Center where she received her master’s of athletic training in May 2006. While at Tech, she worked primarily with the football team for two years and the women’s basketball team for one season. She also spent time assisting an orthopedic surgeon while working on her master’s degree. Hoffman received her bachelor’s degree in physical education from Purdue Unviersity in May 1999. She spent four years as a teacher and coach before pursuing a career in athletic training. Hoffman, a native of Royal Center, Ind., is a certified athletic trainer, member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and resides in Manhattan.










Sept. 22-23, 2008 Colbert Hills Golf Course Manhattan, Kan. Par 72 / 7,525 Yards Host- Kansas State

Sept. 29-30, 2008 The Cardinal Club Louisville, Ky. Par 72 / 7,001 Yards Host- Louisville

Oct. 6-7, 2008 Wolf Run Golf Club Reno, Nev. Par 72 / 7,100 Yards Host- Nevada

Oct. 20-21, 2008 Silver Creek Valley Country Club San Jose, Calif. Par 71 / 6,926 Yards Host- Santa Clara

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State started off the season on the right foot by capturing the title at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate. The strong team effort resulted in a score of 19-over par 883 (294-299-290), finishing ahead of UMKC and Western Illinois. Kansas State was the only team to break 300 all rounds and the only team to hold a 54-hole score lower than 900. Furthermore, K-State’s 54-hole score of 883 was the lowest since the 2008 Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic. UMKC carded a 36over 900 (308-294-290), earning the team second place overall, The Kangaroos finished 10 strokes better than third place team Western Illinois, who snuck into the top three with a 46-over 910. The Leathernecks had the lowest 18-hole score of the tournament with 288. Wildcat golfer Mitchell Gregson took home the individual championship with a final-round score of 4-under par 68, giving him a 54-hole score of even par 216. Gregson was able to birdie the last three holes to capture the crown. Senior Robert Streb carded his second under-par round of the tournament Tuesday with a 1-under 71. The Edmond, Okla., native finished with a total score of 3-over 219, placing him in a tie for fourth place. Junior Joe Ida was the other Wildcat golfer to place in the top -10.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – After carding a finalround score of 17-under 281, Kansas State jumped from sixth to a second-place tie during the final round of the Cardinal Intercollegiate at the par 72, 7,001-yard Cardinal Club. K-State finished with a team score of 21-under par 843 (289-283-271), the fourth-lowest 54-hole score in school history. Furthermore, the Wildcats’ finalround score of 271 was lowest since also shooting a 271 during the second round of the 2006 ASU Thunderbird Invitational and was two shots shy of tying the school record of 268 set at the 2003 Purina Classic. Host school Louisville took home the team championship with a 30-under 834, while Eastern Kentucky tied K-State for second place. Kansas State senior Robert Streb, who was in fifth heading into the final round, finished in second place at 12-under 204, thanks in part to a finalround score of 6-under par 66. Streb extended his streak of sub-par rounds to six, the latest tying for the ninth-lowest round in school history. His score of 204 also tied for the fifth-lowest 54-hole score in school history and was one stroke shy of his career-low of 203 at the 2007 Pacific Invitational. The Wildcats picked up their eighth and ninth top-20 finishes of the season in juniors Joe Ida and Mitchell Gregson. Ida finished five shots back of Streb as he tied for seventh at 7-under 209, while Gregson, who was tied for 23rd after the first day, came back to card a 67 during the final round to tie for ninth at 6-under 210.

RENO, Nev. – Following a third round score of 4-over 292, Kansas State finished fourth with a final score of 1-under par 863 at the Wolf Pack Classic. New Mexico State’s 17under par performance earned the Aggies the team title while Arizona carded a 12under 852 to earn them sole possession of second place. The Volunteers from Tennessee placed third with a combined score of 7-under par 857. Host team Nevada tied with Kansas State for fourth place when it carded the second lowest score of the final round. In state foe, Wichita State, placed seventh with a 2-over par 875, and Big 12 North opponent Iowa State carded an 18-over par 882 earning them 11th place. Kansas State senior Robert Streb tied with Tom Whitney of Air Force for 10th place with a three roundscore of 72-70-71–213, 3-under par. Streb carded a 1-under par 71 during the third round, continuing his hot start of the season where he has carded eight par or below-par scores out of nine rounds played. Junior Joe Ida placed in a five-way tie for 16th place after carding an even par score of 216. Mitchell Gregson carded a 7271-75 for a 2-over par 218, placing him in a tie for 26th place with seven other golfers. With a second-round score of 3-under par 69, Ross Geubelle was in a tie for 10th place with fellow Wildcat Robert Streb. However, he slipped to 46th place with an 9-over par 81, giving him a three round score of 7369-81–213 (+7).

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Kansas State junior Mitchell Gregson tied the Silver Valley Creek Country Club 54-hole score and carded the second-lowest round in school history en route to his second individual championship of the season as K-State concluded play at the Santa Clara Invitational. The Wildcats, who were just five strokes back heading into the final round, came up one stroke shy as a team as K-State finished second. Kansas State, who placed four of its five team competitors in the top 10, carded a team score of 3-over 287 in the final round to finish with a 54hole score of 6-over 858. With the second-place finish, K-State picked up its fourth top-10 finish in as many tries and has placed either first or second in three of the first four tournaments. Gregson, who tallied two sub-70 rounds in rounds one and two, finished the event with a 1-under 70 during round three, giving him a winning score of 12-under 201. Besides his 54-hole score accomplishments, Gregson’s second-round score of 64 also tied for the third-lowest round in school history. Senior Robert Streb, who struggled in the first two rounds, came back with a round of evenpar 71. Streb earned his fourth top-10 finish of the season, tying for 10th at 7-over 220. Jason Schulte tallied his first top-10 finish of the season as he tied with Streb for 10th after a 1-over 72 during the final round.

Team Results

Team Results

Team Results

Team Results

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Kansas State 294-299-290—883 UMKC 308-294-298—900 Western Illinois 310-312-288—910 Wichita State 304-308-302—914 Oral Roberts 309-315-306—930 Miami (Ohio) 318-307-310—935 Fla. Gulf Coast 318-314-308—940 Missouri State 306-313-326—945 Army 324-318-319—961

+19 +36 +46 +50 +66 +71 +76 +81 +97

K-State Individuals 1. Mitchell Gregson T4. Robert Streb T7. Joe Ida T11. Jason Schulte* T17. Daniel Wood* T21. Ross Geubelle 24. Joe Kinney T36. Spencer Alefs* 47. Kyle Smell*

74-74-68–216 71-77-71–219 73-77-74–224 78-75-73–226 76-78-75–229 79-74-77–230 79-77-81–231 79-77-82–238 81-77-84–242

E +3 +8 +10 +13 +14 +15 +22 +26

1. Louisville 2. Kansas State E. Kentucky 4. Denver 5. Indiana 6. Marquette 7. Kansas 8. De Paul 9. Furman 10. Bowling Green 11. George Wash. 12. Cincinnati 13. George Mason 14. Marshall 15. Dayton

281-280-273—834 289-283-271—843 278-286-279—843 284-277-285—846 286-282-280—848 288-287-279—854 285-286-286—857 295-285-287—867 291-297-289—877 302-289-289—880 287-311-289—880 295-299-303—897 311-289-301—901 304-296-303—903 300-305-304—909

-30 -21 -21 -18 -16 -10 -7 +3 +13 +16 +16 +33 +37 +39 +45

K-State Individuals 2. Robert Streb T7. Joe Ida T9. Mitchell Gregson T56. Daniel Wood T58. Jason Schulte

69-69-66—204 71-70-68—209 73-70-67—210 81-74-70—225 76-77-73—226


-12 -7 -6 +9 +10

1. 2. 3. 4.

N.M. State Arizona Tennessee Nevada Kansas State 6. Fresno State 7. Wichita State 8. Texas El Paso 9. Sac. State 10. ULM 11. Iowa State 12. Air Force 13. Saint Mary’s

290-278-279—847 286-283-283—852 289-279-289—857 293-284-286—863 291-280-292—863 280-290-294—864 299-278-289—866 289-298-288—875 290-284-306—880 299-292-290—881 297-287-298—882 297-297-289—883 304-296-294—894

-17 -12 -7 -1 -1 E +2 +11 +16 +17 +18 +19 +30

K-State Individuals T10. Robert Streb T22. Joe Ida T26. Mitchell Gregson T46. Ross Geubelle T50. Daniel Wood T61. Jason Schulte


72-70-71—213 74-70-72—216 72-71-75—218 73-69-81—223 75-77-74—226 79-77-75—231

-3 E +2 +7 +10 +15

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

S.D. State 286-280-291—857 Kansas State 287-284-287—858 British Columbia 290-290-299—879 Boise State 305-292-290—887 Santa Clara 296-304-287—887 Loyola College 301-304-295—900 CSU-Bakersfield 304-305-298—907 CSU-San Marcos 314-312-314—940 Academy of Arts 319-306-324—949

+5 +6 +27 +35 +35 +48 +55 +88 +97

K-State Individuals 1. Mitchell Gregson T10. Robert Streb Jason Schulte 18. Ross Geubelle T19. Joe Kinney* T26. Daniel Wood

67-64-70—201 72-76-71—220 74-74-72—220 76-74-73—223 79-74-71—224 74-72-81—227

-12 +7 +7 +10 +11 +14





Oct. 27-28, 2008 New Mexico State Golf Course Las Cruces, N.M. Par 71 / 7,074 Yards Host- New Mexico State

Nov. 3-5, 2008 Brookside Country Club Stockton, Calif. Par 71 / 6,757 Yards Host- The University of the Pacfic

Feb. 27, 2009 Big Horn Golf Course Palm Desert, Calif. Par 72 / 6,874 Yards Host- U.C. Riverside

March 3-4, 2009 Oak Valley Golf Course Beaumont, Calif. Par 72 / 7,003 Yards Host - U.C. Riverside

LAS CRUCES, N.M. – Kansas State had a strong performance during the final round, carding 1-over par 285 for a 54-hole score of 17-over par 869. The Wildcats improved one spot to finish second place at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate at the par 71, 7,074-yard Silver Creek Valley Golf Course. With the second place finish, K-State placed in the top five in each of it’s first five tournaments of the season. The Wildcats finished eight strokes behind host team New Mexico State University. In third place was Cal Poly after carding a 19-over par 871. One stroke behind Cal Poly was Idaho with a 20-over par 872. Big 12 foe Colorado finished in ninth place after carding a 23over par 875. Tied for 10th were other Big 12 foes Nebraska and Iowa State with scores of 25-over par 877. Kansas State senior Robert Streb carded a 1-over par 72 for the second time this tournament, which put him in a tie for 12th place after carding a 1-over par 214. Junior Mitchell Gregson, after carding his worst round of the fall during round one, came back and carded two below par rounds in a row to finish with a 2-over par 215, and earning him a tie for 15th place overall.

STOCKTON, Calif. – Kansas State won the Pacific Invitational after a 283-283-282— 853 (+1). The Wildcats started the final round in a tie for third place with Fresno State, but carded a score of 2-under par 282 to capture the title at the par 71, 6,757 yard Brookside Country Club. With the win, the Wildcats won two fall tournaments and finished no lower than fourth place in all six fall events. UC Davis, ranked 15th, placed second after carding a 4-under 280 final round and a total score of 4-over par 856. Rice and Fresno State tied for third place after final round scores of 9-over par 293 and 4-over par 288. Mike Van Sickle of Marquette claimed the individual title with a three-round score of 4-under par 209. Senior Robert Streb carded his lowest round of the tournament during the final round and tied for second place after carding a 3-under par 210, tying his best finish this season. Mitchell Gregson tied for seventh place with an even par score of 213. With the seventh place finish, Gregson finished inside the top-10 in all but two tournaments this fall. Sophomore Ross Geubelle tied for 16th place carding a 3over par 216 three round score.

PALM DESERT, CALIF.  The Kansas State men’s golf team started the spring season the way it finished the fall season as the Wildcats won their third tournament of the 200809 season after bringing home the crown from the Dual in the Desert. The team carded a 5over par 293 at the prestigious Bighorn Golf Club to best the University of California Riverside. Kansas State senior Robert Streb took home the individual title after he carded a 1under par 71, placing him ahead of fellow Wildcat Joe Ida who carded a 1over par 73. The Wildcats dominated the 18hole event after Ida carded a 1over par 73 to bring home the second place trophy, which is his third top 10 performance of the season. Sophomore Ross Geubelle placed a career best third with a 2over par 73. Mitchell Gregson finished the day with a 3over 75 placing him in a three way tie for fourth place with fellow Wildcat Jason Schulte and U.C.Riverside golfer Andrew Cortez. Gregson, who won two tournaments during the fall season, has now finished 19 rounds with a score of 75 or lower this season. Sophomore Kyle Smell rounded out the Wildcat lineup with a 16over par 88. Smell has now played in 14 events since he became a Wildcat in 2007.

BEAUMONT, CALIF.  Kansas State junior Mitchell Gregson continued his record settingseason with a second place finish at the Braveheart Classic in Beaumont, Calif. Gregson carded a 1over par 217 at the 7,003 yard Oak Valley Golf Club. With the second place finish Gregson has four top5 finishes this season. ”Mitch Gregson got off to a great start but made some bogies at the end,” said head coach Tim Norris. “It was his tournament to win or lose at some points during the final round. He is playing great and is going to be a factor all spring.” The Wildcats carded a 36hole score of 28 over par 892 earning them seventh place. Bringing home the team crown was the University of Oregon with an 11over par 875. Southern Utah finished seven strokes behind the Ducks for second place and Arizona rounded out the top3 with a 19 over par 883. Kansas State senior Robert Streb carded a 6over par 222 to place in a threeway tie for 19th place.

Team Results

Team Results

Team Results

Team Results

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

N.M. State Kansas State Cal Poly Idaho Denver Wash. State Miami (OH) Nevada 9. Colorado 10. Iowa State Nebraska 12. Air Force Akron 14. Texas El Paso Utah 16. Weber State 17. Ball State 18. N. Colorado

296-291-274—861 296-288-285—869 299-293-279—871 294-292-286—872 295-282-296—873 293-291-290—874 287-292-295—874 297-288-289—874 298-294-283—875 300-295-282—877 297-292-288—877 295-301-283—879 298-293-288—879 307-296-283—886 304-290-292—886 296-296-298—890 304-297-292—893 302-304-299—905

+9 +17 +19 +20 +21 +22 +22 +22 +23 +25 +25 +27 +27 +34 +34 +38 +41 +53

1. Kansas State 285-286-282—853 2. UC Davis 290-286-280—856 3. Rice 283-283-293—859 Fresno State 279-292-288—859 5. Oregon 284-286-293—863 6. Brigham Young 285-288-292—865 7. CSU Northridge 287-288-292—867 8. Marquette 292-288-293—873 Pacific 290-292-291—873 UCSB 292-296-285—873 11. Sac. State 287-299-293—879 12. UTSA 297-302-292—891

+1 +4 +7 +7 +11 +13 +15 +21 +21 +21 +27 +39

1. Kansas State 2. U.C. Riverside

69-73-68—210 71-68-74—213 74-72-70—216 73-74-70—217 72-73-76—221

1. Robert Streb 2. Joe Ida 3. Ross Geubelle T4. Mitchell Gregson T4. Jason Schulte 12. Kyle Smell

-3 E +3 +4 +8

K-State Individuals T12. Robert Streb T15. Mitchell Gregson T36. Kyle Smell T43. Ross Geubelle T49. Jason Schulte

+5 +24

K-State Individuals

K-State Individuals T2. Robert Streb T7. Mitchell Gregson T16. Ross Geubelle T18. Joe Ida T34. Kyle Smell

293 312

71 73 74 75 75 88

-1 +1 +2 +3 +3 +16



1. Oregon 287-292-296—875 2. Southern Utah 292-298-292—882 3. Arizona 294-301-288—883 T4. Cal Poly 304-293-290—887 Loyola Mnt. 301-288-298—887 6. Tennessee 294-298-297—889 7. Kansas State 297-301-294—892 8. Long Beach St. 296-294-306—896 9. UC Santa Barbara301-295-301—897 10. CSU-Northridge 303-305-299—907 11. Sacramento St. 304-302-305—911 T12. Gonzaga 309-300-309—918 UMKC 309-300-309—918 14. La Verne 306-310-304—920 15. Utah State 310-319-296—925 16. UC Riverside 303-310-315—928 17. Oral Roberts 312-315-310—937 18. Loyola Univ. 308-314-320—942

+11 +18 +19 +23 +23 +25 +28 +32 +33 +43 +47 +54 +54 +56 +61 +64 +73 +78

K-State Individuals 72-70-72—214 76-69-70—215 73-75-72—220 76-75-71—222 75-74-74—223

+1 +2 +7 +9 +10

T2. Mitchell Gregson T19. Robert Streb T36. Ross Geubelle T52. Joe Ida T52. Kyle Smell T79. Jason Schulte


74-71-72—217 72-76-74—222 78-76-72—226 75-79-76—230 76-78-76—230 75-79-83—237

+1 +6 +10 +14 +14 +21








March 19-21, 2009 Palm Valley Golf Course Goodyear, Ariz. Par 72 / 7,015 Yards Host - Denver University

April 6-7, 2009 Wichita Country Club Wichita, Kan. Par 71 / 6,814 Yards Host - Wichita State

April 13-14, 2009 Club at Old Hawthorne Columbia, Mo. Par 72 / 7,221 Yards Host - Missouri

April 27-29, 2009 Prairie Dunes Country Club Hutchinson, Kan. Par 70 / 6,701 Yards Host - Missouri

GOODYEAR, ARIZ.  Kansas State senior Robert Streb carded his lowest threeround score of the season with a 13under par 203 as he led the Wildcats to a fifthplace finish at the Desert Shootout at Palm Valley Golf Course. Streb finished the tournament in fourth place, his fifth topfive finish of the season. "Robert was really solid again today," said head coach Tim Norris. "He is just playing some great golf, which is a tribute to all the hard work and focus he has put in this year." The Wildcats carded a 19 under par 845 to record their eighth topfive finish of the season, tying the 2007 08 team for the most topfive finishes in a season. Host team Denver finished first and was atop the leader board all three rounds. Finishing second was Tulsa with a three round score of 34under par 830. Coastal Carolina finished third with a combined score of 26under par 838. "We had a little higher score than we wanted, but we did have some low scores today from some guys," said Norris. "We had the fourth best round of the day and had some really good individual scores." Junior Joe Ida carded a 1 over par 73 in the final round to finish in a tie for 16th place. Mitchell Gregson finished in a tie for 37th with an even par 216. Wildcat Daniel Wood, who competed as an individual, finished the day with a 2over par 218 and in a tie for 46th place. Ross Geubelle finished the day in a tie for 51st place with a 3over par 219. Kyle Smell tied for 61st place with a 7over par 223.

WICHITA, Kan. – Kansas State rebounded from a tough second round to come from behind and win the title of the Shocker Classic. After carding a 24-over par 308 at the 6,814 yard Wichita Country Club, the Wildcats combined for 3-under par 281 final round score. Their final round score was the only team score under par the entire tournament. The Wildcats dominated the final round finishing 13 strokes ahead of Big 12 foe Iowa State. The Cyclones started the round in first place and were able to hold off host team Wichita State for second place. The Shockers who were led by the tournament individual champion Ty Sanders, rounded out the group with a third place finish. Junior Mitchell Gregson finished in third place after carding a 3-over par 145. The third place finish is Gregsons’ fifth top-5 finish of the season. Sophomore Daniel Wood had his best finish of his career as he tied for fifth place after posting a 5over par 147. After shooting an uncharacteristic 9-over par 80 in yesterday’s round, senior Robert Streb rebound strongly by firing a 2-under par 69 and placed seventh for his eighth top-10 finish of the season. Junior Joe Ida finished right behind Streb in eighth place after posting an 8-over par 150. Playing as an individual, junior Joe Kinney placed in a tie for 19th after shooting a 15-over par 157. The 19th place finish is Kinney’s second top-20 performance of the season.

Team Results

Team Results

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Kansas State fired a 10over par 874 at the Tiger Intercollegiate to take home the championship at the par 72, 7221-yard Club at Old Hawthorne. With the win the Wildcats became the first Kansas State team in 23 years to win four tournaments in a single season. “We have had a lot of depth this year. We have excellent competition when we are practicing in Manhattan. When we go on the road we are pre-tested and focused,” said head coach Tim Norris. “I told these guys that this year could be something special if they go out there and play, practice hard and focus. They have done an excellent job of that and I like to hope that our best golf is still ahead of us.” The Wildcats started the final round six strokes ahead of UT-Arlington and were able to hold off a late surge by the Mavericks who finished two strokes behind the Wildcats in a tie for second place with The University of New Orleans. Southern Methodist started the final round in third place but finished one spot back in fourth place. “The conditions were tough again when we teed off this morning,” Norris said. “The hole locations were a lot more challenging today so the scores where a little higher. Our guys did a great job today of toughing it out. A great team wins ugly and today was an ugly one.” Junior Mitchell Gregson finished in a tie for third place for the second straight week after shooting a 2-under par 214. With the third place finish Gregson now has six top-5 finishes in 10 tournaments this season.

HUTCHINSON, Kan. – After rain and thunderstorms almost canceled the final round of the Big 12 Championship, Kansas State put together the best round of the tournament to jump over Baylor and finish in fourth place. The Wildcats fired a 4under par 276 in the final round giving them a final score of 50-over par 1,170 at the par 70, 6,701 yard Prairie Dunes Country Club. The fourth place finish ties the 2003-04 team for the best Big 12 Championship finish in school history. “We really had a good day today,” said head coach Tim Norris. “Hopefully our guys can take away some confidence from this. We have a few things that we still need to iron out, but we had a great team score today. The guys knew the opportunity was there and they knew that if they got after it that good things would happen. I am very proud of all of them.” Top-ranked Oklahoma State won its third consecutive Big 12 title with a 29-over par 1,149. The Cowboys have won seven of the 13 Big 12 golf titles in the conferences short history. Colorado finished in second place after firing a 43over par 1,163. Finishing three strokes ahead of Kansas State for third place was Texas A&M with a 47-over par 1,167. Robert Streb finished in third place among individuals after carding an even under par 280. The third place finish is the best finish by a Wildcat golfer at the Big 12 Championship in school history as Streb used three scores of under par to set a new school mark. K-State’s Daniel Wood fired his best score of the tournament in the final when he carded a 2-under par 68. His four round score of 18-over par 298 placed him in a tie for 21st place.

1. Denver 271-277-281—829 2. Tulsa 275-281-274—830 3. Coastal Carolina 278-277-283—838 4. Kansas 282-279-279—840 5. Kansas State 287-276-282—845 6. Iowa State 287-282-282—851 T7. Air Force 278-290-287—855 Southern Utah 278-292-285—855 9. Boise State 283-282-296—861 10. Nebraska 290-289-283—862 11. Missouri State 294-289-292—875 12. Northern Iowa 293-290-300—883 13. Cleveland State 287-296-301—884 14. Utah Valley 292-300-296—888

- 35 - 34 - 26 -24 - 19 - 13 -9 -9 -3 -2 +11 +19 +20 +24

1. Kansas State 2. Iowa State 3. Wichita State

308-281—589 305-297—602 313-295—608

K-State Individuals 3. Mitchell Gregson T5. Daniel Wood 7. Robert Streb 8. Joe Ida T19. Joe Kinney* T23. Spencer Alefs* T23. Ross Geubelle

75-70—145 77-70—147 80-69—149 78-72—150 78-79—157 80-80—160 78-82—160

K-State Individuals 4. Robert Streb T16. Joe Ida T37. Mitchell Gregson T46. Daniel Wood T51. Ross Geubelle T61. Kyle Smell

68-69-66—203 72-66-73—211 74-70-72—216 75-73-70—218 73-75-71—219 76-71-76—223

+21 +34 +40

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+3 +5 +7 +8 +15 +18 +18

Team Results 1. Kansas State 2. UT-Arlington New Orleans 4. SMU 5. Xavier 6. Iowa State 7. Missouri 8. IUPUI 9. Liberty 10. Wyoming 11. Missouri State 12. UTSA 13. Northern Iowa 14. Eastern Illinois

280-294-300—874 275-305-296—876 291-298-287—876 289-295-295—879 297-301-291—889 291-302-298—891 292-302-303—897 304-298-299—901 304-299-307—910 307-313-300—920 300-313-310—923 308-305-313—926 310-307-314—931 304-316-313—933

+10 +12 +12 +15 +25 +27 +33 +37 +46 +56 +59 +62 +67 +69

K-State Individuals T3. Mitchell Gregson T6. Kyle Smell T12. Joe Ida T17. Daniel Wood T32. Joe Kinney*


67-70-77—214 72-73-72—217 70-77-74—221 71-74-79—224 78-77-72—227

-2 +1 +5 +8 +11

Team Results 1. Oklahoma St.293-288-287-281—1,149 +29 2. Colorado 298-283-290-292—1,163 +43 3. Texas A&M 301-284-296-286—1,167 +47 4. Kansas State 304-301-289-276—1,170 +50 5. Baylor 297-293-293-291—1,174 +54 6. Texas Tech 295-304-300-289—1,188 +68 7. Kansas 298-306-290-297—1,191 +71 8. Texas 303-305-306-280—1,194 +74 9. Missouri 310-307-290-297—1,204 +84 10. Oklahoma 310-301-306-288—1,205 +85 11. Nebraska 319-293-300-294—1,206 +86 12. Iowa State 306-308-295-301—1210 +90

K-State Individuals 3. Robert Streb 69-75-67-69—280 T21. Daniel Wood 80-75-75-68—298 T25. Mitchell Gregson 78-79-77-66—300 T32. Joe Ida 77-78-71-77—303 40. Kyle Smell 83-73-76-73—305

E +18 +20 +23 +25




May 14-16, 2009 Lake Merced Golf Club Daly City, Calif. Par 72 / 6,849 Yards Host - San Francisco

Fall Spring Total

Team Results 1. Arizona State 2. Oregon 3. Texas A&M 4. San Diego 5. Southern Calif. 6. New Mexico 7. San Diego State 8. San Francisco 9. Colorado 10. Oregon State 11. UC Irvine 12. Kansas State 13. UC Davis

279-275-274—828 282-278-277—837 281-286-273—840 288-278-283—849 285-284-284—853 280-292-282—854 286-287-284—857 291-280-292—863 291-294-279—864 300-283-285—868 289-287-294—870 294-202-286—872 298-285-290—873

-36 -27 -24 -15 -11 -10 -7 -1 E +4 E +8 +9

K-State Individuals T19. Robert Streb T29. Mitchell Gregson T66. Kyle Smell T66. Joe Ida T66. Daniel Wood

75-70-68—216 71-75-70—216 75-72-77—224 73-75-76—224 77-75-72—224

-3 E +8 +8 +8

Strokes 5,172 5,535 10,707

Team Average 287.33 291.32 289.38

Per Player Average 71.83 72.83 72.34

2008-09 OVERALL STATISTICS Player Events Rounds Robert Streb 13 37 Mitchell Gregson 13 37 Joe Ida 11 31 Daniel Wood 9 27 Ross Geubelle 9 24 Jason Schulte 7 19 Kyle Smell 9 26 Joe Kinney 4 11 Spencer Alefs 2 5

Strokes 2,649 2,656 2,278 2,009 1,793 1,438 1,970 839 398

Average 71.59 71.78 73.48 74.41 74.71 75.68 75.78 76.28 79.60

Low 18 66 64 66 70 69 72 71 71 77

Low 36 137 131 138 146 142 148 145 150 156

Low 54 203 201 209 218 216 220 217 224 238

Top 5 6 6 1 1 1 1 -

Top 10 9 8 4 1 2 1 -

Top 20 12 9 8 3 3 3 2 2 -

Best Finish 1st 1st 2nd T5th 3rd T4th T6th T18th T23rd

2008-09 HEAD-TO-HEAD - 103-30-2 (.770) Air Force Akron Arizona Arizona State Army Ball State Baylor Boise State Bowling Green Brigham Young British Columbia Cal Poly Cincinnati Cleveland State Coastal Carolina Colorado CSU-Northridge CSU-San Marcos Dayton De Paul Denver Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Florida Gulf Coast Fresno State Furman George Mason George Washington Gonzaga Idaho Indiana

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

Iowa State IUPUI Kansas Liberty Long Beach State Louisiana-Monroe Louisville Loyola Chicago Loyola College Loyola Marymount Marshall Marquette Miami (Ohio) Missouri Missouri State UMKC Nebraska New Mexico New Mexico State New Orleans Nevada Northern Colorado Northern Iowa Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon State Pacific Rice Sacramento State


6-0-0 1-0-0 2-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-0-0 0-0-1 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 1-2-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 3-0-0

Saint Mary’s (Ca) 1-0-0 Santa Clara 1-0-0 San Diego 0-1-0 San Diego State 0-1-0 San Francisco 0-1-0 SMU 1-0-0 South Dakota State 0-1-0 Southern California 0-1-0 Sothern Utah 1-1-0 Tennessee 0-2-0 Texas 1-0-0 Texas A&M 0-2-0 Texas Tech 1-0-0 Texas-Arlington 1-0-0 Texas-El Paso 2-0-0 Texas-San Antonio 2-0-0 Tulsa 0-1-0 UC Davis 2-0-0 UC Irvine 0-1-0 UC Santa Barbara 2-0-0 UC Riverside 2-0-0 Utah 1-0-0 Utah State 1-0-0 Utah Valley 1-0-0 Washington State 1-0-0 Weber State 1-0-0 Western Illinois 1-0-0 Wichita State 3-0-0 Wyoming 1-0-0 Xavier 1-0-0 Bold Denotes Big 12 Opponent


DALY CITY, Calif. - Kansas State finished in a tie for 12th place at NCAA West Regional as the Wildcats fired a final round score 2under par 286 at the 6,842-yard Lake Merced Golf Club. "It was just a fantastic season," said head coach Tim Norris. "This whole season was one to remember for all the guys and myself included. I think that we have definitely raised the bar. This wasn't our best three days, but it should not overshadow anything the guys did this year. I'm so optimistic about next year. We have a chance to be even better than this year because we have so much to build off of with Mitch (Gregson), Joe (Ida) and Kyle (Smell) all coming back." Arizona State claimed the title after shooting a 36-under par 828. Oregon, Texas A&M, San Diego and Southern California rounded out the top five as each advanced to the 2009 NCAA Championship, May 27-30 in Toledo, Ohio. Sophomore Jesper Kennegard took home the individual title after carding a threeround score of 12-under par 204. Bronson Burgoon of Texas A&M finished second with an 11-under par par 205. The Wildcats, who carded a three-round score of 8-over par 872, were led by senior Robert Streb who carded a 4-under par 68 in the final round to give him a three-day score of 3-under par 213. Streb finished the final tournament of his career in 19th place. Junior Mitchell Gregson, who fired a 2under par 70 in the final round, finished tied for 31st place. Ida, Smell, and Wood all finished in a tie for 66th as each carded an 8-over par 224.

Rounds 18 19 37



HOLE 11| P AR 3

R5 OLE 7 | PA



HOLE 3 | PAR 4

COLBERT HILLS GOLF COURSE The reputation of Colbert Hills as that really big course out in Kansas is attracting players from across the country that want to test their skills against one of the nation's toughest courses. The dream of Colbert Hills goes back to 1994 when Senior PGA Tour great Jim Colbert, an alumnus of Kansas State, got involved with a project to help the school build a university-run course, a place where the Kansas State golf team could train and where the school could train golf course superintendents and managers and do research on turfgrass. The university's vision and that of Jim Colbert was that the project would also be a public daily fee course and one where disadvantaged children could learn the game of golf. Colbert found the perfect site, 300 acres in the Flint Hills area on the northwest edge of Manhattan. An alumnus who was grazing cattle on this site donated the property, and Colbert donated a half million dollars. Soon other donors signed on. Jim Colbert combined with well-known Dallas architect Jeffrey Brauer to lay out the $11 million course. “God built about 14 of the holes, and we built about four of them,” Colbert said. “I hope you can't tell the difference.”

Colbert Hills opened officially in May 2000 with a bevy of golfing celebrities on hand, including Lee Trevino, Raymond Floyd and Annika Sorenstam, who played in a Founders Pro-Am. “What an unbelievable effort to attract the commitment and bring all these people together,” said PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem at the dedication. “What they got (at Kansas State) is a big sprawling layout that rides comfortably on the Flint Hills outside Manhattan,” John Garrity, Sports Illustrated columnist, said. “From the seventh tee, you can see for miles in all directions and what you see is mostly sky and prairie, with a few ranches thrown in for rustic charm.” What Kansas State had built is a huge links-style course that plays at 7,525 yards from the back tees, nicknamed the Black and Blue tees. It lies on a superb site of rolling hills with changes in elevation that most Americans had no idea could exist in the prairies of Kansas. Colbert Hills includes a new clubhouse, state of the art driving range and enough acreage for a nine-hole teaching course, as well as a host of research and academic opportunities for K-State researchers and



students. Colbert Hills has become the first PGA Tour collegiate licensed facility. With a world-class golf course, the university will restructure the turf program, making it one of the best in the world. Today, KState offers a specialized degree in turf management and has separated itself from all other turf programs in the nation by expanding its curriculum to include all aspects of the profession, including business administration and hospitality. Graduates are now effectively prepared in the overall management of golf facilities. "GCSAA is pleased to join Jim Colbert, the PGA Tour and Kansas State University in this endeavor that will benefit all who enjoy the game of golf," said GCSAA Chief Executive Officer Stephen F. Mona. "The positive impact of this project will be far reaching - a golf management program to train tomorrow's leaders, a research facility to aid the golf industry and a first-class facility for golf enthusiasts to enjoy a game that is growing faster than any sport in America."







Colbert Hills broke ground on a $5 million clubhouse in July of 2008 in hopes to bring the missing piece to the state’s No. 1 public golf course. The clubhouse houses four locker rooms, a pro shop, a multipurpose area, a conference room and a bar and grill within its estimated 13,500 square feet. The project was funded entirely with private donations. The clubhouse will provide for local events such as weddings, fundraisers and more.



“This is going to be irst class, all the way... This is going to help us as far as the quality of tournaments that we are going to host, as well as the quantity.” - Head Coach Tim Norris




K-STATE MEN’S GOLF 1969 | Spring

1973 | Spring

Missouri Invitational April 15 | Columbia, Mo. Team 301 (2nd of 4) Gary Johnson 73 (3rd)

Cowboy Invitational April 7-8 | Stillwater, Okla. Team 317-313—630 (6th of 11) Gordon Lewis 78-78—156 (22nd) Kansas State Invitational April 14 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 315 (2nd of 4) David Runberg 77 (T6th)

Team Pete Ball Bob Leeper

Kansas Invitational April 25 | Lawrence, Kan. 324 (3rd of 5) 80 (T5th) 80 (T5th)

Pikes Peak Intercollegiate May 9-10 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 311-312-328—951 (11th of 19) Doug Gray 78-74-84—236 (T18th) 1970 | Spring Kansas Invitational April 24 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 322 (7th of 7) Doug Meier 75 (T4th)

Big Eight Championship May 18-19 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 294-294-301—889 (5th of 8) Paul Anderson 74-69-72—215 (T5th) NCAA Central Regional June 18-23 | Stillwater, Okla. Paul Anderson 89-77—166 (DNQ)

Drake Relays April 22-24 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 338-320-310—968 (10th of 26) George Furney 75-83-76—234 (12th)

1978 | Spring

Big Eight Championship May 11-12 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 325-317-318—960 (8th of 8) Brad Johnson 78-78-77—233 (30th)

Oklahoma Intercollegiate Invite March 29-31 | Shawnee, Okla. Team 333-328-317—978 (19th of 23) Scott Bunker 81-73-77—231 (T28th)

1981 | Fall

Shocker Classic April 5-7 | Wichita, Kan. Team 313-314-320—357 (12th of 17) Scott Bunker 80-74-73—227 (T18th)

Kansas Invitational Oct. 12-13 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 328-340—668 (6th of 6) Robert Sedorcek 80-82—162 (24th)

Midwest Intercollegiate April 22-23 | Columbia, Mo. Team 306 (2nd of 11) Scott Bunker 33-35—68 (1st)

1982 | Spring Park College Invitational April 1-2 | Parkville, Mo. Team 319-311—630 (6th of 21) Robert Sedorcek 77-76—153 (8th)

1974 | Spring

Drake Relays April 25-28 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 303-307-313—923 (8th of 18) Doug Vaughn 75-73-72—220 (T2nd)

Cowboy Invitational March 14-16 | Stillwater, Okla. Team 329-340—669 (10th of 11) Paul Anderson 81-85—166 (T37th)

Big Eight Championship May 18-19 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 325-308-324—957 (8th of 8) Scott Bunker 76-72-81—229 (T9th) 1979 | Spring

1970 | Fall

Shawnee Invitational April 5-6 | Shawnee, Okla. Team 301-312-320—933 (7th of 8) Paul Anderson 77-71-80—228 (T20th)

Wichita Golf Classic April 15-16 | Wichita, Kan. Team 340-314-330—984 (19th of 20) Kevin Crow 83-73-83—242 (39th)

Midwestern Intercollegiate Oct. 16-17 | Stillwater, Okla. Team 311-315—626 (13th of 14) Bob Philbrick 72-72—144 (T6th)

Great Plains Invitational April 12-13 | Wichita, Kan. Team 318-317—636 (7th of 7) John Hensley 77-75—152 (8th)

Shawnee Invitational March 29-30 | Shawnee, Okla. Team 312-306-299—917 (7th of 8) Brian Linn 78-70-74—222 (10th)

Drake Relays April 22-23 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 322-313-313—948 (10th of 27) Brad Johnson 79-75-76—230 (13th)

1971 | Spring

Kansas Relays April 19-20 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 317-321—638 (4th of 4) John Hensley 78-76—154 (6th)

Shocker Classic April 19-20 | Wichita, Kan. Team 304-305-307—916 (15th of 20) Scott Bunker 71-75-73—219 (T6th)

Big Eight Championship May 10-11 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 322-318-319—959 (8th of 8) Robert Sedorcek 78-79-78—235 (27th)

Drake Relays April 26-28 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 333-325-356—1014 (12th of 12) Scott Bunker 78-82-89—249 (T38th)

1983 | Spring

Kansas State Invitational April 25 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 291 (3rd of 6) Doug Gray 70 (T4th)


Kansas State Triangular May 4 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 295 (Tied 1st of 3) Paul Anderson 72 (T1st)

Big Eight Championship May 19-20 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 312-331-320—963 (6th of 8) Scott Bunker 76-76-80—232 (T10th)

Big Eight Championship May 15-16 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 315-322-305—943 (7th of 8) Doug Gray 75-75-72—222 (T3rd)

Missouri Invitational April 23-24 | Columbia, Mo. Team 299-285—584 (3rd of 5) Bob Philbrick 71-69—140 (T1st) Kansas State Invitational May 1 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 296 (5th of 5) Doug Meier 72 (T5th) Big Eight Championship May 21-22 | Stillwater, Okla. Team 311-325-317—953 (8th of 8) Paul Anderson 78-79-80—237 (T25th) 1972 | Spring Shawnee Invitational March 31-April 1 | Shawnee, Okla. Team 309-313-313—936 (9th of 11) Doug Meier 75-78-77—230 (T26th) Bob Philbrick 78-75-77—230 (T26th) Nebraska Invitational April 6-7 | Lincoln, Neb. Team 317-301—618 (1st of 8) Gordon Lewis 78-72—150 (2nd) Kansas State Invitational April 22 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 295 (3rd of 5) Bob Philbrick 74 (T5th) Missouri Invitational April 28-29 | Columbia, Mo. Team 294-292—586 (3rd of 4) Bob Philbrick 73-71—144 (4th)

Drake Relays April 26-27 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 317-300—617 (10th of 18) Paul Anderson 73-75—148 (T5th) Big Eight Championship May 17-18 | Lincoln, Neb. Team 322-323-311—955 (8th of 8) John Hensley 77-82-75—234 (28th) 1975 | Spring Oklahoma Intercollegiate April 3-4 | Shawnee, Okla. Team 335-320—655 (8th of 8) Terry Brennan 76-80—156 (25th) Great Plains Invitational April 10-11 | Wichita, Kan. Team 318-325—643 (7th of 8) Scott Bunker 78-81—159 (T34th) Kansas Relays April 17-18 | Lawrence, Kan. Terry Brennan 84-81-79—244 (T32nd Drake Relays April 24-25 | Des Moines, Iowa Terry Brennan 74-77-81—232 (T12th) Big Eight Championship May 16-27 | Norman, Okla. Team 330-323-320—973 (8th of 8) Terry Brennan 82-77-80—239 (T19th) 1976 | Spring

Big Eight Championship May 19-20 | Boulder, Colo. Team 313-304-298—915 (5th of 8) Doug Meier 73-74-78—225 (13th) 1972 | Fall Big Eight Fall Championship Oct. 27-28 | Boulder, Colo. Team 299-297-313—909 (6th of 8) Butch Thames 73-76-76—225 (15th)

Big Eight Championship May 3-4 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 323-309-320—952 (8th of 8) Scott Bunker 81-73-78—232 (T24th) 1980 | Spring Wichita Classic April 17-18 | Wichita, Kan. Team 310-314-312—936 (14th of 16) Mont Green 76-76-84—236 (T37th) Richard Sorenson 78-77-81—236 (T37th) Drake Relays April 24-26 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 313-322-316—951 (7th of 18) George Furney 79-75-79—233 (18th)

Park College Invitational March 31 | Parkville, Mo. Team 314 (5th of 12) Allen French 74 (4th) Heart of America April 22-23 | Warrensburg, Mo. Team 320-302—622 (T4th of 15) Kevin Crow 77-76—153 (12th) Drake Relays Tournament April 28-29 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 332-325-326-308—1291 (17th of 24) Robert Sedorcek 84-80-83-77—324 (47th)

Team Jack Day

Big Eight Championship May 9-10 | Lawrence, Kan. 334-330-339—1003 (8th of 8) 76-86-82—244 (28th)

1983 | Fall Big Eight Championship May 1-2 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 316-304-330—950 (8th of 8) George Furney 77-74-80—231 (T25th)

Penn Valley Invitational Sept. 30 | Junction City, Kan. Team 311 (1st of 4) Robert Sedorcek 73 (1st)

1981 | Spring Baker Invitational March 27 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 304 (3rd of 12) George Furney 73 (2nd) Park College Invitational April 2-3 | Parkville, Mo. Team 331-332—663 (10th of 13) George Furney 84-78—162 (T19th)

Did Not Participate in Golf

Team Allen French

Spartan Golf Quad Oct. 12 | Salina, Kan. 298 (1st of 4) 72 (1st)

Kansas Fall Invitational Oct. 28-30 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 345-337-327—1009 (9th of 9) Allen French 81-83-79—243 (31st) 1984 | Spring

1977 | Spring Shocker Classic April 6-8 | Wichita, Kan. Team 306-323-318—947 (7th of 14) Scott Bunker 75-77-77—229 (15th) Drake Invitational April 27-29 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 329-326-325—980 (13th of 18) Scott Bunker 79-81-75—235 (T27th)


Bethany Invitational April 8 | Lindsborg, Kan. Team 315 (T6th of 12) Brad Johnson 75 (T6th)

Bethany Invitational April 10 | Salina, Kan. Team 311 (3rd of 14) George Furney 74 (3rd) Shocker Classic April 16-17 | Wichita, Kan. Team 320-329-315—964 (20th of 21) Jon Carlson 79-82-77—242 (T56th) Brad Johnson 79-82-77—242 (T56th)


Park College Invitational March 29-30 | Parkville, Mo. Team 316-308—624 (3rd of 12) Robert Sedorcek 79-73—152 (T2nd) Bethany Invitational April 6 | Salina, Kan. Team 302 (1st of 8) Robert Sedorcek 71 (1st)

K-STATE MEN’S GOLF Crossroads of America April 12-13 | Joplin, Mo. Team 337-314—651 (7th of 7) Robert Sedorcek 78-76—154 (3rd)

Drake Relays April 24-25 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 333-307-310—950 (17th of 24) Jack Day 82-75-76—233 (T33rd)

Midwestern Invitational April 29-30 | Lake Geneva Wis. Team 315-308-311—934 (T10th of 15) Chris Gomez 78-74-78—230 (23rd)

Heart of America April 20-21 | Warrensburg, Mo. Team 343-309—652 (6th of 14) Robert Sedorcek 77-72—149 (1st)

Big Eight Championship May 16-18 | Osage Beach, Mo. Team 361-327-337—1025 (8th of 8) Daran Neuschafer 94-77-81—252 (T34th)

Big Eight Championship May 16-17 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 324-328-318—970 (8th of 8) Jeff Sedorcek 72-78-77—227 (T15th)

Drake Relays Tournament April 26-27 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 308-302-329—939 (T6th of 24) Robert Sedorcek 76-73-83—232 (T9th)

1986 | Fall

1988 | Fall

Kansas Invitational Sept. 15-16 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 316-308-315—939 (7th of 8) Jeff Sedorcek 75-72-79—226 (10th)

Kansas Jayhawk Invitational Sept. 12-13 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 318-307-315—940 (7th of 8) Brett Vuillemin 78-72-80—230 (15th)

Emporia State Invitational Oct. 11-12 | Emporia, Kan. Team 297-159*—456 (2nd of 3) Daran Neuschafer 75-37—112 (5th) *27-hole event Shocker Classic Oct. 19-20 | Wichita, Kan. Team 313-311—624 (6th of 6) Jeff Sedorcek 73-78—151 (10th)

Kansas State Invitational Sept. 19-20 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 305-310-294—909 (1st of 5) Jeff Sedorcek 74-79-69—222 (1st)

Big Eight Championship May 14-15 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 337-327-323—987 (8th of 8) Robert Sedorcek 79-79-77—235 (20th) 1984 | Fall Kansas State Invitational Sept. 13-14 | Junction City, Kan. Team 303-302—605 (1st of 3) Robert Sedorcek 74-74—148 (1st)

Kansas Invitational Oct. 29-30 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 332-325-329—986 (8th of 8) Robert Sedorcek 79-77-79—235 (15th)

1987 | Spring Kansas State-Pepsi Classic April 2-3 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 313-322-298—934 (1st of 3) Troy Keller 81-79-70—230 (2nd)

U.C. Ferguson All-College Classic Oct. 3-4 | Oklahoma City, Okla. Team 294-305-311—910 (T6th of 13) Brad Stevens 75-75-77—227 (T17) 1989 | Spring

1985 | Spring

Nebraska Wesleyan Invitational April 10 | Lincoln, Neb. Team 290 (1st of 10) Jeff Sedorcek 70 (3rd)

Marymount Invitational April 2 | Salina, Kan. Team 299 (1st of 6) Robert Sedorcek 70 (1st)

Creighton Invitational April 17 | Omaha, Neb. Team 302 (2nd of 10) Jeff Sedorcek 74 (3rd)

Park College Invitational April 7-8 | Luther, Iowa Team 316-315—631 (1st of 19) Brady Tinker 78-78—156 (6th)

Drake Relays Festival April 23-24 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 312-298-303—913 (4th of 26) Jeff Sedorcek 77-70-74—221 (T1st)

Crossroads of America April 11-12 | Joplin, Mo. Team 319-305—624 (5th of 31) Robert Sedorcek 78-74—152 (T9th)

Midwest Collegiate Championship April 25-26 | Ames, Iowa Team 329-309—638 (5th of 9) Todd Fowler 79-77—156 (T7th)

Heart of America April 19-20 | Warrensburg, Mo. Team 311-299—610 (1st of 20) Kevin Crow 78-75—153 (1st)

Big Eight Championship May 18-19 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 312-317-314—943 (8th of 8) Jeff Sedorcek 74-79-79—232 (T29th)

Big Eight Championship May 13-14 | Oklahoma City, Okla. Team 308-322-325—955 (8th of 8) Robert Sedorcek 75-78-79—232 (T25th)

1987 | Fall

U.C. Santa Barbara Invitational Feb. 27-28 | Santa Barbara, Calif. Team 307-310-303—920 (11th of 18) Jeff Sedorcek 75-75-74—224 (8th) Diet Pepsi-Shocker Classic April 2-4 | Wichita, Kan. Team 316-311-326—953 (3rd of 10) Brad Stevens 79-76-77—232 (3rd) Missouri Intercollegiate April 9-11 | Columbia, Mo. Team 298-303—602 (3rd of 27) Troy Keller 77-79—156 (9th)

1985 | Fall Kansas Invitational Sept. 16-17 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 331-320-334—985 Jack Day 81-76—157 (T13th)

Emporia State Invitational Sept. 26-27 | Emporia, Kan. Team 296-297—593 (T2nd of 4) Troy Keller 73-70—143 (2nd)

1986 | Spring

U.C. Ferguson All-College Classic Sept. 28-29 | Oklahoma City, Okla. Team 302-307-307—916 (7th of 16) Troy Keller 72-77-74—223 (8th)

Big Eight Championship May 15-16 | Edmond, Okla. Team 311-322-340—973 (8th of 8) Jeff Sedorcek 76-79-77—232 (T16th)

Colorado-Fox Acre Invitational Sept. 25-26 | Boulder, Colo. Team 307-308-306—921 (7th of 9) Brad Stephens 75-80-75—230 (T22nd) U.C. Ferguson All-College Classic Oct. 2-3 | Oklahoma City, Okla. Team 302-297—599 (2nd of 14) Richard Laing 77-71-74—222 (T2nd)

1988 | Spring

Falcon Invitational Oct. 6-8 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 308-311-305—924 (13th of 24) Richard Laing 75-78-74—227 (T26th) Jeff Sedorcek 76-79-72—227 (T26th)

Crossroads of America April 10-11 | Joplin, Mo. Team 320-318—638 (14th of 29) Daran Neuschafer 76-77—153 (T15th)

First Republic Bank Invitational March 21-22 | Waco, Texas Team 315-311—626 (17th of 24) Jeff Sedorcek 76-75—151 (T23)

Jaguar Intercollegiate Nov. 20-21 | Augusta, Ga. Team 317-329—646 (9th of 15) Richard Laing 80-80—160 (22nd)

Baker Invitational April 15 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 343 (3rd of 15) Daran Neuschafer 79 (4th)

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Heart of America Classic April 18-19 | Warrensburg, Mo. Team 302-301—603 (5th of 15) Jim Fiscella 73-74—147 (T10th)

Texas-San Antonio Invitational April 18-19 | San Antonio, Texas Team 315-328—643 (5th of 12) Troy Keller 76-79—155 (T9th)

Kansas State Triangular March 27 | Junction City, Kan. Team 319 (1st of 3) Jack Day 77 (2nd)

Creighton Invitational April 7 | Omaha, Neb. 311 (1st of 21) 76 (1st)

Vanderbilt Music City Intercollegiate April 13-15 | Nashville, Tenn. Team 304-287-290—881 (10th of 18) Richard Laing 74-71-73—218 (T16th) Brett Vuillemin 73-72-74—219 (T22nd) Jeff Sedorcek 79-70-70—219 (T22nd) Brad Stephens 80-76-73—229 (T65th) Chris Thompson 78-74-79—231 (T74th) Big Eight Championship April 25-26 | Enid, Okla. Team 301-305-314—920 (8th of 8) Brett Vuillemin 71-71-81—223 (T9th) Richard Laing 73-74-79—226 (T16th) Jeff Sedorcek 81-73-75—229 (T24th) Chris Thompson 78-87-79—244 (37th) Brad Stephens 79-92-84—255 (40th) Midwestern Invitational May 4-5 | Ames, Iowa Team 319-300—619 (T11th of 19) Jeff Sedorcek 77-74—151 (T12th) Bobby Donnellan 78-76—154 (T32nd) Richard Laing 81-75—156 (T38th) Brett Vuillemin 85-75—160 (T64th) Todd Fowler 83-80—163 (T79th) NCAA Central Regional May 24-26 | Columbus, Ohio Richard Laing* 79-78-78—235 (T82nd) 1990 | Fall

Midwestern Invitational April 28-29 | DeKalb, Ill. Team 303-301-297—901 (9th of 15) Jeff Sedorcek 74-75-70—219 (15th)

1989 | Fall Kansas Invitational Sept. 14-15 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 309-306-320—935 (6th of 7) Troy Keller 74-73-74—221 (1st)

Tan-Tar-A Missouri Intercollegiate April 10-11 | Columbia, Mo. Team 314-303—617 (2nd of 27) Brett Vuillemin 78-75—153 (2nd) Richard Laing 76-78—154 (4th) Brad Stephens 81-74—155 (6th) Jeff Sedorcek 80-76—156 (9th) Chris Thompson 80-90—170 (T62nd)

1990 | Spring Hammond Bell Collegiate Invite March 26-27 | Santa Barbara, Calif. Team 299-294-318—911 (15th of 19) Jeff Sedorcek 73-71-81—225 (T36th) Richard Laing 76-75-76—227 (T44th) Brett Vuillemin 76-73-81—230 (T60th) Chris Thompson 74-81-86—240 (T78th) Bobby Donnellan 74-81-86—240 (92nd)


U.C. Ferguson All-College Classic Sept. 24-25 | Oklahoma City, Okla. Team 315-311-320—946 (7th of 14) Will Siebert 83-78-75—236 (T19th) Bobby Donnellan 80-75-83—238 (T29th) Sean Robertson 78-78-83—239 (T32nd) Jim Brenneman 86-80-79—245 (T45th) Greg Roberts 74-71-DNF Falcon Invitational Oct. 6-7 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 303-324—627 (5th of 19) Brett Vuillemin 76-78—154 (T9th) Will Siebert 73-84—157 (T18th) Richard Laing 76-81—157 (T18th) Bill Graham 78-81—159 (T31st) Chad Judd 83-85—168 (T79th)


Baker Invitational Sept. 28-29 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 314-303—617 (2nd of 12) Robert Sedorcek 77-79—156 (5th)

Texas Intercollegiate Sept. 26-27 | Fort Worth, Texas Team 302-288-312—902 (11th of 15) Jeff Sedorcek 72-69-79—220 (T14th) Brett Vuillemin 75-67-78—220 (T14th)

Diet Pepsi-Shocker Classic April 2-3 | Wichita, Kan. Team 309-318-305—932 (6th of 13) Jeff Sedorcek 79-76-71—226 (T5th) Richard Laing 75-70-81—226 (T5th) Chris Thompson 79-83-79—241 (34th) Brett Vuillemin 76-90-76—242 (35th) Bobby Donnellan 86-89-79—251 (56th)

Hyatt Bear Creek-Fall Classic Oct. 29-30 | Fort Worth, Texas Team 320-314—634 (15th of 20) Richard Laing 77-78—155 (T15th) Brett Vuillemin 79-77—156 (T26th) Bill Graham 80-80—160 (T52nd) Chris Thompson 84-79—163 (T75th) Will Siebert 85-82—167 (T88th) 1991 | Spring Vanderbilt Music City Intercollegiate March 30-31 | Nashville, Tenn. Team 322-298-301—921 (T4th of 18) Bill Graham 82-77-71—230 (T13th) Jim Brenneman 77-75-79—231 (T16th) Brett Vuillemin 83-75-76—234 (T31st) Will Siebert 81-72-81—234 (T31st) Richard Laing 90-76-75—241 (T57th) Diet Pepsi-Shocker Classic April 8-9 | Wichita, Kan. Team 299-302-307—908 (5th of 15) Jim Brenneman 70-75-82—227 (T15th) Richard Laing 75-78-75—228 (T19th) Bill Graham 79-76-74—229 (T21st) Brett Vuillemin 80-76-76—232 (T33rd) Will Siebert 75-75-86—236 (T39th)


K-STATE MEN’S GOLF Big Eight Championship April 29-30 | Kansas City, Kan. Team 326-332-314—972 (8th of 8) Richard Laing 79-80-74—233 (13th) Brett Vuillemin 82-84-76—242 (20th) Jim Brenneman 82-80-82—244 (26th) Bill Graham 83-88-82—253 (36th) Chad Judd 93-89-86—268 (40th) Midwestern Invitational May 3-4 | Genoa, Ill. Team 321-323-316—960 (9th of 13) Richard Laing 76-80-75—231 (T22nd) Bill Graham 85-73-77—235 (T30th) Jim Brenneman 79-81-81—241 (T41st) David Sedlock 81-90-83—254 (T52nd) Will Seibert 85-89-96—270 (62nd) 1991 | Fall


Baker Invitational Sept. 20 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 310 (2nd of 24) Brett Waldman 75 (2nd) David Sedlock 76 (T8th) Chad Judd 76 (T8th) Sean Robertson 83 (T72nd) Will Siebert 83 (T72nd)

U.C. Ferguson All-College Classic Sept. 23-24 | Oklahoma City, Okla. Team 310-293-294—897 (11th of 17) Richard Laing 75-70-76—221 (T19th) David Sedlock 78-72-74—224 (T26th) Jim Brenneman 78-75-73—226 (T33rd) Brett Vuillemin 79-76-72—227 (T38th) Bill Graham 82-79-75—236 (T92nd) Kansas Invitational Sept. 30 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 317-306—623 (13th of 15) Jim Brenneman 75-76—151 (T23rd) Richard Laing 76-76—152 (T31st) David Sedlock 82-77—159 (T57th) Sean Robertson 84-80—164 (T68th) Bill Graham 88-77—165 (T70th) Falcon Invitational Oct. 4-6 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 331-307-307—945 (T10th of 23) Richard Laing 77-74-72—223 (T4th) Jim Brenneman 85-78-76—239 (T42nd) Will Siebert 89-76-72—247 (T78th) Chad Judd 85-89-77—251 (T90th) Brett Waldman 84-79-89—252 (T92nd) Iowa State Classic Oct. 20 | Ames Iowa Team 460 (2nd of 10) Bill Graham 72-40*—112 (3rd) Richard Laing 75-39*—114 (5th) Brett Vuillemin 79-39*—118 (10th) Jim Brenneman 82-39*—121 (T11th) David Sedlock 77-44*—121 (T11th) *27-hole event Texas Intercollegiate Championship Nov. 4 | Fort Worth, Texas Team 293-307—600 (8th of 14) Richard Laing 74-72—146 (11th) Brett Waldman 75-76—151 (26th) Bill Graham 74-78—152 (30th) Will Seibert 77-77—154 (44th) Brett Vuillemin 74-82—156 (53rd) Jaguar Classic Nov. 18-19 | Augusta, Ga. Team 303-301—604 (5th of 15) Richard Laing 74-72—146 (8th) Jim Brenneman 73-78—151 (25th) Bill Graham 79-75—154 (39th) David Sedlock 79-76—155 (45th) Brett Vuillemin 77-82—159 (63rd) 1992 | Spring SMSU Invitational March 30-31 | Springield, Mo. Team 314-318-313—945 (1st of 12) Chad Judd 76-77-75—228 (2nd) Jim Brenneman 76-84-74—234 (T8th) Richard Laing 79-77-79—235 (10th) Brett Vuillemin 85-80-85—250 (T56th) Sean Robertson 83-84-87—254 (T72nd)

Diet Pepsi-Shocker Classic April 6-7 | Wichita, Kan. Team 309-302-310—921 (7th of 15) Richard Laing 73-76-78—227 (18th) Jim Brenneman 82-73-75—230 (T19th) Chad Judd 77-77-79—233 (27th) Bill Graham 82-77-88—247 (85th) Bent Brook-Blazer Invitational April 13-14 | Birmingham, Ala. Team 296 (3rd of 10) Richard Laing 70 (T1st) Jim Brenneman 73 (T8th) Chad Judd 74 (T12th) Bill Graham 79 (T34th) Brett Vuillemin 80 (T40th) Music City Intercollegiate April 20-21 | Nashville, Tenn. Team 302-310-304—916 (T9th of 18) Richard Laing 74-78-75—227 (T20th) Jim Brenneman 72-81-75—228 (T26th) Sean Robertson 76-75-77—228 (T26th) Bill Graham 82-77-79—237 (T74th) Chad Judd 80-80-77—237 (T74th) Big Eight Championship April 27-28 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 305-303-311—919 (6th of 8) Richard Laing 72-72-76—220 (T7th) Jim Brenneman 75-86-76—233 (T28th) Sean Robertson 78-74-82—234 (30th) Bill Graham 82-77-70—237 (T32nd) Chad Judd 80-80-79—239 (T32nd) NCAA Central Regional May 21-23 | McKinney, Texas Richard Laing* 69-76-71—216 (T6th) NCAA Championships June 3-6 | Albuquerque, N.M. Richard Laing* 76-74—150 (MC) (T100th) 1992 | Fall Falcon Invitational Sept. 20-21 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 305-301-298—904 (7th of 24) Richard Laing 74-74-74—222 (T12th) Sean Robertson 78-77-72—227 (T28th) Jason Losch 76-73-80—229 (T39th) Brett Waldman 77-77-75—229 (T39th) Jim Brenneman 83-79-77—239 (T85th) Kansas Invitational Sept. 28-29 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 307-298-298—903 (2nd of 13) Richard Laing 74-74-74—222 (T5th) Brett Waldman 77-74-73—224 (T6th) Jason Losch 77-71-78—226 (T11th) Sean Robertson 80-77-73—230 (T24th) Chris Weddle 80-78-80—238 (T50th) Iowa State Cyclone Classic Oct. 4 | Ames, Iowa Team 296-291—587 (1st of 9) Brett Waldman 71-72—143 (1st) Sean Robertson 74-71—145 (2nd) Richard Laing 76-72—148 (T4th) Jason Losch 75-76—151 (T11th) Chad Judd 80-90—170 (T42nd) CablesEnd-Ram Invitational Oct. 19-20 | Fort Collins, Colo. Team 303-297-296—896 (4th of 12) Brett Waldman 73-70-73—216 (3rd) Sean Robertson 78-73-75—226 (T14th) Will Siebert 77-76-74—227 (T18th) Richard Laing 75-82-74—231 (T32nd) Jason Losch 84-78-76—238 (T46th) Texas Intercollegiate Nov. 4-5 | Dallas, Texas Team 300-296-295—891 (9th of 18) Sean Robertson 74-70-74—218 (13th) Jason Losch 74-76-70—220 (19th) Richard Laing 78-72-76—226 (T42nd) Will Siebert 77-78-75—231 (T56th) Brett Waldman 75-78-DNF


1993 | Spring Baylor Spring Invitational March 22-23 | Waco, Texas Team 304 (9th of 13) Richard Laing 73 (T11th) Jim Brenneman 77 (T38th) Scott Hovis 77 (T38th) Chris Weddle 77 (T38th) Sean Robertson 78 (T45th)

CablesEnd-Ram Invitational Oct. 18-19 | Fort Collins, Colo. Team 297-303—600 (4th of 12) Troy Halterman 71-74—145 (T3rd) Chad Buckridge 74-72—146 (5th) Max Pinney III 75-78–153 (T25th) Andy Boettcher 77-79—156 (T41st) Skip Pankewich 80-79—159 (T54th) 1994 | Spring

SMSU Invitational March 29-30 | Springield, Mo. Team 302-304-313—919 (3rd of 15) Richard Laing 75-73-78—226 (T5th) Brett Waldman 78-72-76—226 (T5th) Will Siebert 75-78-81—234 (T22nd) Jim Brenneman 74-81-81—236 (T32nd) Sean Robertson 81-82-78—241 (T47th)

Southwest Missouri State March 28-29 | Springield, Mo. Team 327-318-311—956 (12th of 18) Troy Halterman 78-81-77—236 (T22nd) Jason Losch 84-79-77—240 (T37th) Chad Buckridge 83-83-76—242 (T48th) Scott Hovis 74-78-81—243 (T53rd) Max Pinney 82-80-85—247 (T74th)

Diet Pepsi-Shocker Classic April 5-6 | Wichita, Kan. Team 296-298-303—897 (2nd of 14) Richard Laing 72-69-73—214 (1st) Jim Brenneman 72-72-72—216 (2nd) Brett Waldman 73-75-80—228 (T15th) Chad Judd 79-83-79—241 (T54th) Chris Weddle 81-82-79—242 (T56th)

Southwest Texas Classic April 15 | Austin, Texas Team 316-306—617 (9th of 11) Sean Robertson 75-74—149 (15th) Troy Halterman 81-73—154 (T29th) Max Pinney 82-75—157 (T40th) Scott Hovis 80-79—159 (T48th) Will Siebert 80-83—163 (T60th)

Bent Brook-Blazer Invitational April 13-14 | Birmingham, Ala. Team 285-290-297—872 (5th of 18) Jim Brenneman 68-75-72—215 (T6th) Chad Judd 71-69-76—216 (T10th) Richard Laing 74-73-75—222 (T28th) Brett Waldman 72-73-78—223 (T40th) Scott Hovis 77-77-74—228 (T66th)

Diet Pepsi-Shocker Classic April 4 | Wichita, Kan. Team 335-319—654 (9th of 16) Sean Robertson 82-74—156 (T4th) Troy Halterman 84-80—164 (T30th) Chad Judd 85-80—165 (T38th) Chad Buckridge 84-86—170 (T55th) Will Siebert 86-85—171 (T61st)

Big Eight Championship April 26-27 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 308-311-317—936 (7th of 8) Richard Laing 74-76-76—226 (12th) Jim Brenneman 78-79-81—238 (28th) Chad Judd 79-82-76—239 (T29th) Brett Waldman 78-75-88—241 (T32nd) Will Siebert 78-75-88—241 (T32nd)

Big Eight Championship April 25-26 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 311-314-315—940 (6th of 8) Scott Hovis 74-77-78—229 (T12th) Chad Judd 77-77-79—234 (22nd) Troy Halterman 79-80-81—240 (29th) Sean Robertson 81-79-81—241 (T30th) Jason Losch 81-86-77—244 (34th)

NCAA Central Regional May 13-15 | Columbus, Ohio Team 318-313-312—943 (21st of 21) Jim Brenneman 77-76-78—231 (T73rd) Richard Laing 78-75-80—233 (T81th) Chad Judd 79-82-76—237 (T97th) Sean Robertson 84-80-81—245 (T109th) Brett Waldman 88-87-78—253 (111th)

1994 | Fall

1993 | Fall Falcon Invitational Sept. 18-19 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 302-312-298—912 (9th of 24) Brett Waldman 75-76-71—222 (7th) Troy Halterman 74-76-76—226 (T18th) Jason Losch 76-82-73—231 ( T49th) Sean Robertson 77-78-79—234 (T59th) Chad Judd 83-83-78—244 (T104th) First Coast Intercollegiate Sept. 27-29 | Jacksonville, Fla. Team 307-308-313—928 (9th of 14) Jason Losch 74-75-75—224 (T6th) Chad Judd 77-76-80—233 (T32nd) Brett Waldman 77-81-75—233 (T32nd) Sean Robertson 81-79-83—243 (T58th) Troy Halterman 79-78-88—245 (T63rd) Grand Canyon Invitational Oct. 4-5 | Casa Grande, Ariz. Team 308-299-296—903 (8th of 18) Scott Hovis 77-68-73—218 (T5th) Chad Judd 76-71-76—223 (T18th) Jason Losch 77-78-73—228 (T36th) Chad Buckridge 78-82-74—234 (T54th) Will Siebert 84-82-77—243 (T76th) Kansas Invitational Oct. 11-12 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 304-312-308—924 (7th of 14) Max Pinney III 73-76-77—226 (17th) Scott Hovis 73-78-80—231 (T33rd) Jason Losch 81-77-79—237 (T46th) Chad Judd 78-87-74—239 (T54th) Sean Robertson 80-81-78—239 (T54th)


Mid-West Championship Sept. 9-10 | Ames, Iowa Team 300-292-301—893 (3rd of 8) Troy Halterman 73-71-75—219 (5th) Brett Halterman 75-71-76—222 (T11th) Chad Buckridge 75-77-73—225 (T13th) Scott Hovis 77-76-77—230 (T23rd) Jason Losch 79-74-77—230 (T23rd) Chad Myers 78-79-82—239 (37th) Falcon Cross-Creek Invitational Sept. 18-19 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 306-299-303—908 (9th of 24) Brett Waldman 73-76-76—225 (T22nd) Scott Hovis 78-75-73—226 (T28th) Troy Halterman 78-75-76—229 (T40th) Jason Losch 77-73-80—230 (T49th) Chad Buckridge 80-83-78—241 (T97th) Kansas Invitational Sept. 26-27 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 310-308-305—923 (9th of 14) Jason Losch 75-75-74—224 (T12th) Troy Halterman 74-74-77—225 (T14th) Scott Hovis 81-78-79—238 (T55th) B.J. Walter 81-83-75—239 (T62nd) Toller Miller 80-81-80—241 (T69th) D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate Oct. 3-4 | Normal, Ill. Team 293-297—590 (1st of 17) Troy Halterman 72-71—173 (1st) Jason Losch 71-75—146 (T2nd) Brett Waldman 73-75—148 (T7th) Chad Buckridge 77-76—153 (T26th) Max Pinney 78-80—158 (T55th) Sundance Steak House-Ram Invite Oct. 10-11 | Ft. Collins, Colo. Team 297-311-310—918 (8th of 10) Scott Hovis 72-75-76—223 (T13th) Max Pinney 76-79-76—231 (T33rd) Toller Miller 73-80-79—232 (T36th) Chad Meyers 77-79-79—235 (T43rd) B.J. Walter 76-78-82—236 (T45th)

K-STATE MEN’S GOLF UTA-United Sports Tech. Invitational Nov. 14-15 | Ft. Worth, Texas Team 303-301—604 (7th of 18) Troy Halterman 74-70—144 (1st) Scott Hovis 78-75—153 (T43rd) Brett Waldman 74-79—153 (T43rd) Jason Losch 77-81—158 (T73rd) Chad Buckridge 82-77—159 (T77th)

1996 | Spring

Southwest Classic March 13-14 | Austin, Texas Team 300-308—608 (1st of 16) Scott Hovis 72-78—150 (T4th) Chad Myers 74-79—153 (T19th) Jason Losch 76-77—153 (T19th) Chad Buckridge 78-75—153 (T19th) Troy Halterman 81-78—159 (T52nd)

Southwest Classic March 11-12 | Austin, Texas Team 313-312-309—934 (T7th of 17) Troy Halterman 77-81-72—230 (T11th) Scott Hovis 80-77-76—233 (T22nd) Chad Buckridge 80-77-79—236 (T34th) Jason Losch 81-77-82—240 (T51st) Chad Myers 76-82-84—242 (T56th)

SMSU Invitational March 27-28 | Springield, Mo. Team 330-318-300—948 (6th of 18) Scott Hovis 80-78-74—232 (T6th) Chad Buckridge 86-76-74—236 (T17th) Troy Halterman 80-83-75—238 (T26th) Chad Myers 84-85-77—246 (T45th) Jason Losch 89-81-90—260 (T85th) Diet Pepsi-Shocker Classic April 4-5 | Wichita, Kan. Team 311-295-318—924 (8th of 13) Scott Hovis 80-78-74—225 (T5th) Chad Myers 77-76-78—232 (T29th) Troy Halterman 82-72-80—234 (T37th) Chad Buckridge 76-77-84—236 (T47th) B.J. Walter 79-89-88—256 (68th)

SMSU Invitational March 25-26 | Springield, Mo. Team 322-306—628 (2nd of 18) Troy Halterman 79-78—157 (T8th) Scott Hovis 83-75—158 (T11th) Chad Buckridge 79-79—158 (T11th) B.J. Walter 81-77—158 (T11th) Brant Benninga 85-76—161 (T29th)

Bent-Brook Blazer Invitational April 10-11 | Birmingham, Ala. Team 299-311—610 (T12th of 18) Scott Hovis 73-72—145 (T12th) Toller Miller 75-79—154 (T49th) Jason Losch 75-79—154 (T49th) Chad Myers 76-81—157 (T68th) Troy Halterman 78-82—160 (80th) Big Eight Championship April 24-25 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 311-314-315—940 (5th of 8) Chad Buckridge 74-72-77—223 (T11th) Scott Hovis 81-70-75—226 (T15th) Chad Myers 72-73-82—227 (T18th) Troy Halterman 73-77-73—233 (T29th) Jason Losch 79-75-80—234 (T31st) NCAA Regional May 18-20 | Montgomery, Texas Scott Hovis* 72-74-76—222 (T36th) 1995 | Fall Kansas Invitational Sept. 25-26 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 305-295—600 (T8th of 17) Troy Halterman 73-73—146 (T11th) Chad Buckridge 80-70—150 (T27th) Scott Hovis 75-78—153 (T48th) Andy King 83-74—157 (77th) Jason Losch 77-82—159 (T79th) D.A. Weibring Invitational Oct. 1-2 | Normal, Ill. Team 298-313-299—910 (7th of 17) Troy Halterman 75-79-70—224 (T10th) Chad Buckridge 70-81-79—230 (T33rd) Scott Hovis 74-79-77—230 (T33rd) Brant Benninga 79-78-73—230 (T33rd) Zac Clark 80-77-79—236 (T59th) Indian Intercollegiate Oct. 30-31 | Monroe, La. Team 317-302-315—934 (9th of 15) Troy Halterman 77-76-75—228 (T12th) Chad Buckridge 80-71-86—237 (T38th) Jason Losch 80-75-83—238 (T40th) Scott Hovis 84-81-75—240 (T47th) B.J. Walter 80-80-82—242 (T56th) UTA-United Sports Tech. Invitational Nov. 13-14 | Ft. Worth, Texas Team 310-300-299—909 (6th of 16) Troy Halterman 75-72-77—224 (T12th) Scott Hovis 78-77-73—228 (T21st) Chad Buckridge 76-76-76—228 (T21st) Jason Losch 82-75-74—231 (T36th) Andy King 81-83-76—240 (63rd)

ULAR Intercollegiate April 1-2 | Little Rock, Ark. Team 316-307-306—929 (12th of 21) Scott Hovis 78-73-78—229 (T27th) Troy Halterman 78-80-75—233 (T38th) Chad Myers 80-73-81—234 (T41st) Chad Buckridge 80-81-74—235 (49th) B.J. Walter 82-83-79—244 (T83rd) Diet Pepsi-Shocker Classic April 15-16 | Wichita, Kan. Team 308-307-304—919 (4th of 18) Scott Hovis 79-74-78—231 (T18th) Troy Halterman 76-78-77—231 (T18th) Jason Losch 78-76-77—231 (T18th) Chad Buckridge 75-79-79—233 (T28th) B.J. Walter 81-86-72—239 (T54th) Big Eight Championship April 22-23 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 313-310-304—927 (6th of 8) Troy Halterman 78-72-74—224 (7th) Scott Hovis 79-76-76—231 (17th) Jason Losch 79-80-79—238 (30th) Chad Myers 77-82-77—239 (T31st) Chad Buckridge 83-DQ-75—DNP

Louisiana Tech Intercollegiate Oct. 20-21 | Calhoun, La. Team 298-300-301—899 (3rd of 14) B.J. Walter 74-76-73—223 (7th) Brant Benninga 75-71-78—224 (T8th) Matt Murdoch 75-76-76—227 (T12th) Zac Clark 74-78-76—228 (T15th) Brian Racette 83-78-75—236 (T50th) 1998 | Spring

1997 | Spring UTSA Invitational Feb. 24-25 | San Antonio, Texas Team 336-313—649 (9th of 15) Chad Buckridge 83-75—158 (T20th) B.J. Walter 81-79—160 (T26th) Brant Benninga 86-78—164 (T45th) Dan Demory 87-81—168 (T54th) Matt Murdoch 86-88—174 (T68th) New Orleans Collegiate Classic March 3-4 | New Orleans, La. Team 309-313—622 (9th of 18) Chad Buckridge 76-75—151 (T9th) Andy King 73-80—153 (T15th) Brian Racette 79-77—156 (T31st) Zac Clark 81-81—162 (T52nd) Jeremy Higgins 93-84—177 (T91st) SMSU Invitational March 31-April 1 | Springield, Mo. Team 316-313-316—945 (12th of 18) Brant Benninga 78-74-80—232 (T26th) Matt Murdoch 77-79-78—234 (T34th) Brian Racette 82-80-77—239 (T46th) Chad Buckridge 79-83-81—243 (T64th) Andy King 86-80-83—249 (T83rd) Arkansas State Invitational April 7-8 | Jonesboro, Ark. Team 316-316—632 (16th of 18) Brant Benninga 72-79—151 (T27th) Matt Murdoch 80-75—155 (T50th) Dan Demory 78-83—161 (T74th) Zac Clark 86-79—165 (T91st) Jeremy Higgins 93-86—179 (94th)

Louisiana Classic March 9-10 | Lafayette, La. Team 316-315-311—944 (14th of 15) Brian Racette 75-77-76—228 (T19th) Matt Murdoch 77-80-79—236 (T49th) B.J. Walter 80-78-79—237 (T56th) Brant Benninga 84-80-79—243 (T70th) Zac Clark 87-80-77—244 (T76th) Paciic Coast Intercollegiate March 25-26 | Santa Barbara, Calif. Team 298-319—617 (17th of 20) Brian Racette 72-81—153 (T46th) B.J. Walter 74-80—154 (T56th) Matt Murdoch 75-80—155 (T68th) Zac Clark 77-78—155 (T68th) Brant Benninga 78-81—159 (T99th) Spring Classic April 6-7 | Jonesboro, Ark. Team 306-299-319—924 (10th of 18) Brian Racette 76-76-78—230 (T29th) B.J. Walter 75-74-83—232 (T39th) Matt Murdoch 81-73-78—232 (T39th) Zac Clark 79-76-80—235 (T50th) Brant Benninga 76-84-84—244 (T84th) Diet Pepsi-Shocker Classic April 13-14 | Wichita, Kan. Team 310-301-311—922 (15th of 20) Matt Murdoch 76-76-73—225 (22nd) Brant Benninga 73-76-80—229 (40th) Brian Racette 78-76-78—232 (62nd) B.J. Walter 80-76-80—236 (86th) Mark Sears 81-77-83—241 (98th) Big 12 Championship April 27-28 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 335-320-312—967 (12th of 12) Brian Racette 81-74-76—231 (T15th) Matt Murdoch 83-81-81—245 (47th) Brant Benninga 84-83-79—246 (T48th) B.J. Walter 88-82-76—246 (T48th) Mark Sears 87-88-81—256 (T56th)

1996 | Fall

Diet Pepsi-Shocker Classic April 14-15 | Wichita, Kan. Team 307-302-308—917 (6th of 16) Matt Murdoch 76-73-73—222 (6th) Chad Buckridge 77-79-76—232 (T28th) Brant Benninga 78-77-78—233 (T33rd) B.J. Walter 76-76-81—233 (T33rd) Andy King 78-76-83—237 (T49th)

1998 | Fall

Falcon Cross-Creek Invite Sept. 13-15 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 296-311-309—916 (16th of 24) Matt Murdoch 72-78-76—226 (T37th) Chad Buckridge 76-75-78—229 (T54th) Brian Racette 77-79-78—234 (T88th) B.J. Walter 73-85-77—235 (T93rd) Brant Benninga 75-79-87—241 (T106th)

Big 12 Championship April 28-29 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 299-309-309—917 (7th of 12) Matt Murdoch 72-75-79—226 (14th) Brant Benninga 76-77-76—229 (T22nd) Chad Buckridge 73-79-78—230 (T24th) B.J. Walter 80-78-76—234 (T33th) Brian Racette 78-83-80—241 (T41st)

Kansas Invitational Sept. 21-22 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 299-308-304—911 (13th of 17) Scott McNeely 72-75-75—222 (T25th) Mark Sears 75-77-73—225 (T37th) Brian Racette 76-79-77—232 (T68th) Zac Clark 76-80-79—235 (T77th) Bryan Milberger 77-77-81—235 (T77th)

Kansas Invitational Sept. 23-24 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 310-310-312—932 (15th of 17) B.J. Walter 73-78-79—230 (T37th) Brett Sayre 80-77-77—234 (T54th) Matt Murdoch 80-76-79—235 (T59th) Chad Buckridge 81-79-77—237 (T67th) Mark Sears 84-75-82—241 (80th) Brian Racette 77-85-80—242 (T86th)

1997 | Fall

D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate Sept. 27-28 | Normal, Ill. Team 293-302-298—893 (7th of 15) Mark Sears 71-75-73—219 (T17th) Chris Brungardt 72-76-75—223 (T31st) Brian Racette 74-74-79—226 (T50th) Josh Cook 76-78-75—229 (T59th) Scott McNeely 76-77-77—230 (63rd)

Woodlands Intercollegiate Oct. 7-8 | Houston, Texas Team 309-312-307—928 (T10th of 18) B.J. Walter 75-80-72—227 (T16th) Chad Buckridge 79-81-73—233 (T29th) Matt Murdoch 81-73-82—236 (T46th) Brian Racette 79-78-83—240 (T60th) Brett Sayre 76-DQ-80—DNP Red Raider Intercollegiate Oct. 21-22 | Lubbock, Texas Team 307-304—611 (14th of 17) Brant Benninga 72-74—146 (T8th) Chad Buckridge 73-77—150 (T27th) B.J. Walter 81-74—155 (T57th) Zac Clark 81-79—160 (T78th) Dan Demory 84-79—163 (85th)

Falcon Cross-Creek Invitational Sept. 12-14 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 307-306-310—923 (20th of 24) Brian Racette 76-73-78—227 (66th) Matt Murdoch 80-77-71—228 (71st) B.J. Walter 72-78-79—229 (74th) Zac Clark 79-78-84—241 (116th) Jeremy Higgins 80-84-82—246 (119th Kansas Invitational Sept. 22-23 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 302-299-300—901 (8th of 17) Brian Racette 68-75-76—219 (T9th) B.J. Walter 75-74-75—224 (T29th) Matt Murdoch 81-75-72—228 (T44th) Brant Benninga 79-74-77—230 (T51st) Mark Sears 82-85-80—247 (89th) D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate Sept. 28-29 | Normal, Ill. Team 297-289-316—902 (6th of 18) Brian Racette 74-69-83—226 (T21st) Brant Benninga 78-73-75—226 (T21st) Zac Clark 77-77-75—229 (T34th) B.J. Walter 71-73-88—232 (T57th) Matt Murdoch 75-74-83—232 (T57th)



1995 | Spring

Crown Colony Collegiate Feb. 22-24 | Lukin,Texas Team 311-315-330—956 (13th of 17) Chad Myers 78-82-79—233 (T22nd) Scott Hovis 75-78-83—236 (T38th) Troy Halterman 83-75-81—239 (T51st) Chad Buckridge 75-80-87—242 (T62nd) Jason Losch 86-86-87—259 (T86th)

Arlington Awards Invite Nov. 4-5 | Dallas, Texas Team 303-304-300—907 (7th of 18) Chad Buckridge 68-76-72—216 (1st) Dan Demory 76-75-77—228 (T27th) Brett Sayre 76-79-77—232 (T51st) Brant Benninga 83-76-85—244 (T76th) B.J. Walter WD-77-74—DNP Matt Murdoch* 76-76-74—226 (T17th)

Wildcat Intercollegiate Oct. 9-10 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 290-293-288—871 (T1st of 9) Mark Sears 68-73-71—212 (1st) Brian Racette 72-76-70—218(T7th) Bryan Milberger 75-74-75—224 (T21st) Chris Brungardt 78-75-72—225 (T26th) Scott McNeely 75-71-76—222 (T16th) Zac Clark* 77-74-74—225 (T26th) Josh Cook* 72-76-78—226 (T29th) Dan Demory* 75-75-76—226 (T29th) Matt Williams* 75-77-77—229 (T36th) Ryan Wilson* 81-77-78—236 (36th)




Oral Roberts Intercollegiate Oct. 12-13 | Tulsa, Okla. Team 315-304-302—921 (13th of 18) Mark Sears 76-75-75—226 (T29th) Chris Brungardt 76-81-73—230 (T53rd) Brian Racette 81-74-78—233 (T60th) Scott McNeely 83-77-76—236 (T70th) Bryan Milberger 82-78-78—238 (T79th)

D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate Sept. 26-27 | Normal, Ill. Team 305-305-294—904 (6th of 15) Matt Williams* 73-80-80—233 (T46th) Mark Sears 75-76-69—220 (T6th) Brian Milberger 76-74-72—222 (T13th) Scott McNeely 74-79-75—228 (T28th) Dan Demory 80-76-78—234 (T50th) Brian Racette 80-80-79—239 (T69th)

The Nelson Intercollegiate Oct. 31-Nov. 1 | Palo Alto, Calif. Team 299-305-303—907 (17th of 18) Scott McNeely 75-69-77—221 (T30th) Mark Sears 74-80-74—228 (T29th) Chris Brungardt 76-79-77—232 (76th) Brian Racette 74-77-82—233 (T77th) Bryan Milberger 77-81-75—233 (T77th) Spring 1999

Missouri Bluffs Intercollegiate Oct. 11-12 | St. Charles, Mo. Team 308-297-298—903 (12th of 16) Mark Sears 73-76-73—222 (T51st) Todd Rodemich 78-71-74—223 (T55th) Ryan Wilson 77-76-76—229 (T77th) Bryan Milberger 80-75-75—230 (T80th) Scott McNeely 82-75-78—235 (89th)

UTSA Invitational Feb. 22-23 | San Antonio, Texas Team 323-306—629 (14th of 18) Brant Benninga 78-77—155 (T32nd) Brian Racette 81-77—158 (T49th) Josh Cook 84-74—158 (T49th) Scott McNeely 80-79—159 (T58th) Mark Sears 84-78—155 (T70th)

Greg May Honda-Baylor Intercollegiate Oct. 20-21 | Waco, Texas Team 293-300-307—900 (14th of 16) Mark Sears 73-76-71—220 (T30th) Dan Demory 71-78-74—223 (T42nd) Matt Williams 76-72-79—227 (T66th) Daryn Soldan 72-79-83—234 (T82nd) Scott McNeely 76-75-84—235 (T84th)

Louisiana Classic March 8-9 | Lafayette, La. Team 300-310-310—920 (14th of 15) Brant Benninga 74-77-76—227 (T39th) Bryan Milberger 73-77-78—228 (T43rd) Mark Sears 74-78-77—229 (T49th) Scott McNeely 82-78-79—239 (75th) Brian Racette 79-78-83—240 (T76th)

2000 | Spring

Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 22-23 | Turlock, Calif. Team 297-307-302—906 (10th of 18) Brant Benninga 71-75-75—221 (T15th) Mark Sears 73-78-72—223 (T21st) Scott McNeely 77-78-76—231 (T52nd) Josh Cook 76-76-81—233 (T61st) Bryan Milberger 77-82-79—239 (T75th) Arkansas State-Indian Classic April 5-6 | Jonesboro, Ark. Team 311-320-312—943 (12th of 16) Scott McNeely 77-79-78—234 (T28th) Josh Cook 72-84-80—236 (T41st) Brant Benninga 85-79-75—239 (T50th) Bryan Milberger 78-81-81—240 (T52nd) Zac Clark 84-81-79—244 (T60th) Diet Pepsi-Shocker Classic April 12-13 | Wichita, Kan. Team 300-310-310—920 (13th of 20) Mark Sears 68-73—141 (T7th) Josh Cook 74-74—148 (T49th) Scott McNeely 73-76—149 (T54th) Brant Benninga 77-74—151 (T68th) Bryan Milberger 76-77—153 (T83rd) Big 12 Championship April 25-26 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 304-308-298—910 (10th of 12) Brant Benninga 74-78-74—226 (T36th) Bryan Milberger 76-74-76—226 (T36th) Mark Sears 79-78-72—229 (T43rd) Scott McNeely 82-78-76—236 (T52nd) Josh Cook 75-81-81—237 (T55th) 1999 | Fall Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Sept. 6-7 | Laramie, Wyo. Team 286-295-288—869 (10th of 14) Dan Demory* 70-72-73—215 (T23rd) Bryan Milberger 70-72-74—216 (T26th) Scott McNeely 76-72-71—219 (T34th) Todd Rodemich 71-78-70—219 (T34th) Bryan Schweizer 80-73-73—226 (T63rd) Mark Sears 69-78-81—228 (T68th) Kansas Invitational Sept. 20-21 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 310-305-312—928 (15th of 17) Bryan Milberger 74-76-79—229 (T35th) Mark Sears 80-77-73—230 (T38th) Scott McNeely 77-81-76—234 (T58th) Dan Demory 85-75-81—241 (T82nd) Todd Rodemich 79-81-WD Bryan Schweizer* 76-78-86—240 (81st)

Southwest Classic Feb. 21-22 | Victoria, Texas Team 297-311-298—906 (10th of 18) Brant Benninga 74-77-76—227 (T39th) Bryan Milberger 73-77-78—228 (T43rd) Mark Sears 74-78-77—229 (T49th) Brian Racette 79-78-83—240 (75th) Scott McNeely 82-78-79—239 (T76th) Northern Invasion Intercollegiate Feb. 27-28 | Orlando, Fla. Team 287-293—560 (2nd of 3) Bryan Milberger 69-72—141 (2nd) Scott McNeely 72-72—144 (T4th) Matt Williams 75-72—147 (T7th) Mark Sears 71-77—148 (T10th) Josh Cook 79-77—156 (14th) Dan Demory 76-84—160 (17th) Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 27-28 | Stevinson, Calif. Team 299-307-308—914 (5th of 14) Scott McNeely 69-75-74—218 (T2nd) Bryan Milberger 74-78-79—231 (T30th) Matt Williams 81-77-76—234 (T44th) Todd Rodemich 75-84-79—238 (T56th) Mark Sears 83-77-80—240 (T59th) Diet Pepsi-Shocker Classic April 12-13 | Wichita, Kan. Team 311-302-303—916 (10th of 15) Bryan Milberger 75-74-76—225 (T14th) Mark Sears 75-77-76—228 (T28th) Matt Williams 82-74-74—232 (T42nd) Scott McNeely 79-79-75—233 (T45th) Josh Cook 83-77-79—239 (T70th) Big 12 Championship April 24-25 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 297-291-317—905 (10th of 12) Bryan Milberger 71-69-77—227 (T8th) Matt Williams 74-77-76—227 (T32nd) Scott McNeely 77-71-83—231 (T43rd) Mark Sears 75-74-83—232 (T46th) Todd Rodemich 78-77-81—236 (56th) 2000 | Fall Fairway Club Invitational Sept. 11-12 | Lincoln, Neb. Team 310-296-299—905 (5th of 12) Aaron Watkins* 72-74-74—220 (T5th) Bryan Milberger 74-69-71—214 (1st) Daryn Soldan 80-76-75—231 (T35th) Dan Demory 81-73-78—232 (40th) Scott McNeely 77-79-77—233 (T41st) A.J. Elgert 79-78-76—233 (T41st) PSINet Collegiate Invitational Sept. 18-19 | Dellwood, Min. Team 319-314-300—933 (11th of 12) Bryan Milberger 79-76-75—230 (T32nd) Dan Demory 81-80-73—234 (T42nd) Matt Williams 77-80-77—234 (T42nd) Aaron Watkins 82-78-75—235 (T45th) Daryn Soldan 82-80-80—242 (T57th)


Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Oct. 2-3 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 309-299-305—913 (2nd of 10) A.J. Elgert 76-75-71—222 (T3rd) Bryan Milberger 79-75-76—230 (T13th) Aaron Watkins 77-74-79—230 (T13th) Brian Cox* 75-82-76—233 (T21st) Matt Williams 80-75-82—237 (30th) Bryan Schweizer* 80-76-83—239 (T34th) Scott McNeely 77-84-79—240 (T35th) Dan Demory* 77-79-84—240 (T35th) Daryn Soldan* 84-86-83—253 (55th) Purina Classic Oct. 9-10 | St. Charles, Mo. Team 303-285-293—881 (12th of 15) Scott McNeely 75-67-71—213 (12th) Bryan Milberger 76-75-73—224 (T52nd) A.J. Elgert 77-75-73—225 (T56th) Aaron Watkins 81-69-76—226 (T61st) Matt Williams 75-74-78—231 (T65th) Bryan Schweizer* 77-76-78—231 (T76th) Kansas Invitational Oct. 25-26 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 305-297-297—899 (3rd of 13) Bryan Milberger 73-74-73—220 (8th) Scott McNeely 79-74-72—225 (T17th) A.J. Elgert 78-72-75—225 (T17th) Matt Williams 76-77-77—230 (T35th) Bryan Schweizer* 82-77-74—233 (T49th) Aaron Watkins 78-78-78—234 (T53rd) 2001 | Spring Rice Intercollegiate Feb. 12-13 | Katy, Texas Team 310-301-301—912 (10th of 10) Bryan Milberger 78-76-72—226 (T26th) Aaron Watkins 74-75-77—226 (T26th) A.J. Elgert 77-74-77—228 (T33rd) Matt Williams 85-76-75—236 (T49th) Daryn Soldan 81-78-78—237 (T51st) Scott McNeely 84-79-81—244 (60th) Southwest Classic Feb. 19-20 | Victoria, Texas Team 398-305-310—913 (10th of 15) Matt Williams 70-75-77—222 (T16th) Bryan Milberger 75-79-74—228 (T36th) Aaron Watkins 75-76-79—230 (T41st) A.J. Elgert 78-75-80—233 (T56th) Scott McNeely 79-80-82—241 (T68th) UTSA Intercollegiate Feb. 28-29 | San Antonio, Texas Team 292-296-295—884 (8th of 12) A.J. Elgert 71-75-72—218 (T17th) Aaron Watkins 72-75-75—223 (T26th) Matt Williams 74-76-73—223 (T26th) Bryan Milberger 75-74-75—224 (T29th) Scott McNeely 78-72-83—233 (T57th) Brian Schweizer 78-81-85—244 (73rd) Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 26-27 | Stevinson Ranch, Calif. Team 311-310-319—940 (9th of 14) A.J. Elgert 78-73-73—224 (T4th) Matt Williams 78-75-83—236 (T30th) Aaron Watkins 75-81-84—240 (T44th) Bryan Milberger 80-81-79—240 (T44th) Scott McNeely 84-89-91—264 (T73rd)

2001 | Fall Fairway Club Invitational Sept. 10-11 | Lincoln, Neb. Team 303-291-294—888 (8th of 12) A.J. Elgert 76-68-73—217 (T3rd) Aaron Watkins 75-74-73—222 (T13th) Matt Williams 74-74-74—222 (T13th) Bryan Milberger 78-75-76—229 (T33rd) Tim Moody 81-76-74—231 (T36th) Scott McNeely* 83-77-84—244 (T53rd) Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Oct. 1-2 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 295-294-313—902 (1st of 9) A.J. Elgert 73-73-79—223 (T6th) Matt Williams 76-71-76—223 (T6th) Mark Sprecker* 73-76-79—228 (T13th) Aaron Watkins 75-76-80—231 (T21st) Bryan Milberger 71-84-78—233 (T26th) Greg Douglas* 75-81-79—235 (T32nd) Dusty King* 81-78-76—235 (T32nd) Bryan Schweizer 85-76-86—247 (T51st) Jonathan James* 81-78-90—249 (T53rd) Scott McNeely* 79-86-89—254 (55th) Purina Classic Oct. 8-9 | St. Charles, Mo. Team 289-296-285—870 (T8th of 15) Aaron Watkins 70-75-68—213 (T6th) Matt Williams 72-73-71—216 (T14th) Bryan Milberger 74-74-73—221 (T34th) A.J. Elgert 77-74-77—224 (T51st) Mark Sprecker 73-77-76—226 (T58th) Dusty King* 77-80-88—245 (T83rd) Crown Classic Oct. 15-16 | Lukin, Texas Team 299-310-320—929 (9th of 18) Aaron Watkins 74-74-76—224 (T9th) A.J. Elgert 71-77-85—233 (T36th) Bryan Milberger 78-77-83—238 (T57th) Matt Williams 76-87-76—239 (T61st) Mark Sprecker 81-82-86—249 (T82nd) Baylor Intercollegiate Oct. 29-30 | Waco, Texas Team 296-281-278—855 (7th of 18) Aaron Watkins 75-66-69—210 (T9th) A.J. Elgert 73-71-70—214 (T20th) Matt Williams 73-72-72—217 (T38th) Bryan Milberger 80-72-69—221 (T50th) Bryan Schweizer 75-76-70—221 (T50th) 2002 | Spring Rice Intercollegiate Feb. 11-12 | Katy, Texas Team 299-297-299—895 (T7th of 12) A.J. Elgert 74-74-74—222 (T13th) Bryan Milberger 74-73-77—224 (T20th) Aaron Watkins 79-73-74—226 (T27th) Bryan Schweizer 77-77-74—228 (T41st) Matt Williams 74-81-77—232 (T50th) Greg Douglas* 82-76-77—235 (T59th) UTSA Invitational Feb. 25-26 | San Antonio, Texas Team 293-308-307—908 (8th of 16) A.J. Elgert 72-77-73—222 (T10th) Aaron Watkins 75-75-80—230 (T31st) Matt Williams 71-75-84—230 (T31st) Bryan Milberger 77-82-75—234 (T52nd) Bryan Schweizer 75-81-79—235 (T54th)

Branson Creek Invitational April 14-15 | Branson, Mo. Team 285-273—558 (2nd of 10) Matt Williams 72-64—136 (T3rd) Bryan Schweizer* 69-68—137 (T5th) Aaron Watkins 72-69—141 (T11th) Dan Demory 73-69—142 (T13th) Bryan Milberger 68-77—145 (T24th) A.J. Elgert 74-71—145 (T24th)

LSU Spring Invitational March 1-3 | Baton Rouge, La. Team 295 (14th of 20) Bryan Milberger 72 (T27th) Aaron Watkins 73 (T44th) Matt Williams 74 (T52nd) A.J. Elgert 76 (T70th) Bryan Schweizer 78 (T88th)

Big 12 Championship April 23-24 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 328-307-306—941 (8th of 12) A.J. Elgert 82-74-76—232 (T20th) Bryan Milberger 77-83-76—236 (T33rd) Matt Williams 88-73-79—240 (T43rd) Bryan Schweizer 81-82-77—240 (T43rd) Aaron Watkins 88-78-77—243 (T49th)

Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 25-26 | Stevinson, Calif. Team 286-290-296—872 (3rd of 16) A.J. Elgert 67-73-75—215 (T7th) Aaron Watkins 73-72-72—217 (T11th) Matt Williams 75-71-72—218 (T15th) Bryan Milberger 75-74-83—232 (T60th) Daryn Soldan 71-86-77—234 (T80th)


K-STATE MEN’S GOLF Branson Creek Invitational April 8-9 | Branson, Mo. Team 292-284-298—874 (T3rd of 13) Bryan Milberger 72-69-73—214 (T4th) A.J. Elgert 71-70-74—215 (T7th) Matt Williams 73-72-75—220 (T15th) Bryan Schweizer 76-73-76—225 (T36th) Mark Sprecker 77-78-81—236 (T63rd)

Baylor Invitational Oct. 28-29 | Waco, Texas Team 285-286-294—865 (T6th of 16) A.J. Elgert 71-70-73—214 (T13th) Greg Douglas 71-73-71—215 (T19th) Aaron Watkins 71-71-76—218 (T31st) Josh Persons 72-72-74—218 (T31st) Jimmy Dietz 73-77-87—237 (81st)

Inverness Intercollegiate Sept. 19-20 | Toledo, Ohio Team 299-303-294—896 (+44) (2nd of 15) Aaron Watkins 76-77-69—222 (T4th) Matt Van Cleave 77-73-73—223 (T8th) Josh Persons 73-77-79—229 (T32nd) Greg Douglas 73-83-75—231 (T44th) A.J. Elgert 81-76-77—234 (T49th)

NCAA Central Regional May 20-22 | West Lafayette, Ind. Team 300-305-318—923 (+59) (15th of 27) A.J. Elgert 72-76-74—222 (T12th) Aaron Watkins 78-75-79—232 (T60th) Ben Kern 72-77-87—236 (T84th) Tim Moody 78-77-83—238 (T97th) Matt Van Cleave 80-79-82—241 (T107th)

Wildcat Invitational April 14 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 299-311—610 (1st of 6) Bryan Schweizer 74-78—153 (T2nd) Bryan Milberger 81-73—154 (T5th) Matt Williams 77-77—154 (T5th) Greg Douglas* 78-79—157 (T9th) A.J. Elgert 73-85—158 (T11th) Aaron Watkins 75-83—158 (T11th) Dusty King* 82-79—161 (T17th) Mark Sprecker* 83-79—162 (T19th) Daryn Soldan* 86-80—166 (T25th) Jonathan James* 82-86—168 (T29th)

2003 | Spring

Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Sept. 29-30 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 300-286—586 (+10) (3rd of 8) Aaron Watkins 70-73—143 (T3rd) A.J. Elgert 76-70—146 (T9th) Ben Kern* 73-73—146 (T9th) Matt Van Cleave 77-69—146 (T9th) Josh Persons 77-74—151 (T22nd) Greg Douglas 77-75—152 (T27th) Jimmy Dietz* 78-76—154 (T31st) Bryan Schweizer* 79-75—154 (T31st) Tim Moody* 81-80—161 (43rd)

NCAA Championships June 1-4 | Hot Springs, Va. A.J. Elgert* 68-69-75-76—288 (T28th)

UTSA Invitational Feb. 24-25 | San Antonio, Texas Team 305 (T3rd of 15) Aaron Watkins 73 (2nd) A.J.Elgert 75 (T7th) Josh Persons 76 (13th) Greg Douglas 81 (T51st) Ben Kern 83 (T65th)

2002 | Fall

Louisiana Classic March 10-11 | Lafayette, La. Team 296-296-297—889 (12th of 15) Matt Van Cleave 71-71-73—215 (T13th) Aaron Watkins 76-76-72—224 (T44th) Greg Douglas 75-75-74—224 (T44th) Josh Persons 75-74-78—227 (T73rd) A.J. Elgert 75-77-80—232 (T73rd)

Fairway Club Invitational Sept. 9-10 | Lincoln, Neb. Team 295-287-302—884 (T3rd of 13) Aaron Watkins 70-69-78—217 (8th) Greg Douglas 75-73-75—223 (T17th) A.J. Elgert 77-71-75—223 (T17th) Josh Persons 73-74-76—223 (T17th) Matt Van Cleave 77-75-76—228 (T37th)

Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 24-25 | Stevinson, Calif. Team 286-287-299—872 (2nd of 14) Josh Persons 70-73-72—215 (T4th) Matt Van Cleave 72-71-73—216 (T8th) Aaron Watkins 72-72-75—219 (T17th) A.J. Elgert 72-73-80—225 (T40th) Greg Douglas 77-71-79—227 (49th)

Inverness Intercollegiate Invitational Sept. 16-17 | Toledo, Ohio Team 304-294-291—889 (T3rd of 15) Greg Douglas 74-74-71—219 (7th) Aaron Watkins 74-75-72—221 (T12th) A.J. Elgert 79-71-72—222 (T16th) Matt Van Cleave 77-74-80—231 (T45th) Josh Persons 80-80-76—236 (T59th)

Border Olympics April 4-5 | Laredo, Texas Team 288-293-288—869 (5th of 20) Aaron Watkins 70-75-70—215 (T11th) Greg Douglas 71-73-73—217 (T22nd) Josh Persons 72-75-72—219 (T28th) A.J. Elgert 75-72-73—220 (T38th) Matt Van Cleave 75-73-76—224 (T56th)

Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Sept. 30-Oct. 1 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 317-301-299—917 (3rd of 12) Aaron Watkins 72-72-71—215 (1st) Josh Persons* 76-79-77—232 (T18th) Tim Moody* 78-79-76—233 (T20th) Matt Van Cleave* 84-73-76—233 (T20th) Nick Schumacher 82-81-73—236 (T33rd) Greg Douglas 85-72-82—239 (T43rd) A.J. Elgert 78-80-81—239 (T43rd) Jonathan James 88-77-74—239 (T43rd) Jimmy Dietz* 84-82-83—239 (T62nd)

Robert Kepler Intercollegiate April 12-13 | Columbus, Ohio Team 313-303-307—923 (11th of 18) Aaron Watkins 77-78-72—227 (T19th) Josh Persons 79-76-78—233 (T47th) A.J. Elgert 77-77-79—233 (T47th) Matt Van Cleave 80-77-78—235 (T58th) Greg Douglas 82-73-81—236 (T60th)

NCAA Central Regional May 16-18 | Little Rock, Ark. Aaron Watkins* 78-73-78—229 (T85th)

Purina Classic Oct. 7-8 | St. Charles, Mo. Team 301-286-285—872 (9th of 14) Aaron Watkins 72-71-67—210 (T12th) A.J. Elgert 76-73-69—218 (T32nd) Greg Douglas 77-72-75—224 (T46th) Josh Persons 82-70-74—226 (T59th) Matt Van Cleave 76-75-77—228 (63rd) Tim Moody* 82-75-75—232 (68th) K-State vs. Oklahoma Dual Oct. 17 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 454-214—668 (1st of 2) Aaron Watkins 69-33—102 (1st) A.J. Elgert 75-35—110 (2nd) Josh Persons 77-35—112 (T3rd) Greg Douglas 77-36—113 (6th) Tim Moody 77-38—115 (T7th) Jimmy Dietz 80-37—117 (T9th) Jonathan James 79-39—118 (11th) Nick Schumacher 84-40—124 (13th)

Big 12 Championship April 28-29 | Tulsa, Okla. Team 305-302-320—927 (T6th of 12) Matt Van Cleave 72-75-83—230 (T16th) Aaron Watkins 76-79-78—233 (T23rd) Greg Douglas 80-76-80—236 (T31st) Josh Persons 83-73-80—236 (T31st) A.J. Elgert 77-78-82—237 (T36th) NCAA Central Regional May 15-17 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 287-305-280—876 (11th of 27) Greg Douglas 68-81-68—217 (T33rd) Matt Van Cleave 72-77-71—220 (T48th) Aaron Watkins 74-77-69—220 (T48th) Josh Persons 76-76-72—224 (T85th) A.J. Elgert 73-75-78—226 (T102nd) 2003 | Fall Badger Invitational Sept. 12-14 | Verona, Wis. Team 294-294—588 (+12) (2nd of 9) Aaron Watkins 70-73—143 (T2nd) Josh Persons 72-72—144 (T4th) Matt Van Cleave 75-74—149 (T9th) A.J. Elgert 77-75—152 (T25th) Greg Douglas 78-75—153 (T28th)

Purina Classic Oct. 6-7 | St. Charles, Mo. Team 277-268-285—830 (-22) (1st of 9) Matt Van Cleave 70-67-65—202 (1st) Ben Kern 68-68-73—209 (T5th) Tim Moody* 69-69-71—209 (T5th) Aaron Watkins 71-65-74—210 (T8th) A.J. Elgert 68-68-76—212 (T11th) Josh Persons 78-71-73—222 (T35th) Duke Golf Classic Oct. 19-20 | Durham, N.C. Team 294-290-298—882 (+18) (5th of 15) Ben Kern 73-73-74—220 (T14th) Matt Van Cleave 77-71-74—222 (T20th) Tim Moody 73-76-75—224(T27th) Aaron Watkins 75-74-75—224 (T27th) A.J. Elgert 73-72-80—225 (T30th)

2004 | Fall Inverness Intercollegiate Sept. 10-11 | Toledo, Ohio Team 308-300-299—907 (+55) (9th of 13) Matt Van Cleave 74-75-71—220 (T8th) Ben Kern 79-72-73—224 (T19th) Clay Hodge 76-76-77—229 (T36th) Jonathan James 79-77-78—234 (T47th) Tyler Cummins 84-77-79—240 (T62nd) Kansas Invitational Sept. 20-21 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 290-293-294—877 (+13) (2nd of 13) Matt Van Cleave 71-71-70—212 (2nd) Tyler Cummins 72-74-73—219 (T7th) Kyle Yonke* 72-77-72—221 (T17th) Ben Kern 74-74-75—223 (T23rd) Clay Hodge 76-74-76—226 (34th) Jonathan James 73-78-79—230 (T42nd)

2004 | Spring

Mason Rudolph Championship Sept. 27-28 | Nashville, Tenn. Team 288-288-293—869 (+17) (T11 of 15) Tyler Cummins 66-72-76—214 (T21st) Ben Kern 72-70-72—214 (T21st) Matt Van Cleave 74-73-74—221 (T52nd) Kyle Yonke 76-77-71—224 (61st) Clay Hodge 77-73-76—226 (T65th)

Matlock Collegiate Classic Feb. 16-17 | Lakeland, Fla. Team 297-289-296—882 (+18) (5th of 15) Matt Van Cleave 73-72-70—215 (T7th) A.J. Elgert 71-77-75—223 (T23rd) Aaron Watkins 74-75-74—223 (T23rd) Greg Douglas 74-74-77—225 (T38th) Tim Moody 76-72-77—225 (T38th)

Alister MacKenzie Invitational Oct. 11-12 | Fairfax, Calif. Team 292-280-287—859 (+7) (5th of 15) Ben Kern 73-71-70—214 (11th) Jonathan James 76-69-71—216 (T14th) Tyler Cummins 71-70-77—218 (T25th) Nick Schumacher 74-70-75—219 (T27th) Matt Van Cleave 74-77-71—222 (T39th)

Hackler Invitational March 8-9 | Myrtle Beach, S.C. Team 303-302-291—896 (+32) (T7th of 19) A.J. Elgert 76-73-71—220 (T7th) Ben Kern 74-78-71—223 (T22nd) Josh Persons 79-77-73—229 (T44th) Aaron Watkins 74-75-83—232 (T54th) Matt Van Cleave 80-77-76—233 (T59th)

Nelson Invitational Oct. 22-24 | Palo Alto, Calif. Team 292-271-286—849 (+21) (7th of 16) Matt Van Cleave 68-70-72—210 (T9th) Ben Kern 75-63-73—211 (T12th) Jonathan James 75-72-68—215 (T31st) Tyler Cummins 75-70-73—218 (T50th) Nick Schumacher 74-68-80—222 (T63rd)

Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 29-30 | Stevinson, Calif. Team 286-281-294—861 (-3) (2nd of 14) Ben Kern 69-70-71—210 (T2nd) Aaron Watkins 71-69-73—213 (T7th) Tim Moody* 71-73-74—218 (T17th) Matt Van Cleave 83-67-73—223 (T34th) Josh Persons 72-75-78—225 (T39th) A.J. Elgert 74-76-77—227 (T53rd)

2005 | Spring

Boilermaker Invitational April 10-11 | West Lafayette, Ind. Team 300-289-300—889 (+25) (12th of 18) Ben Kern 75-72-74—221 (T27th) Aaron Watkins 77-72-75—224 (T37th) Josh Persons 74-73-78—225 (T42nd) Matt Van Cleave 76-77-73—226 (T49th) A.J. Elgert 75-72-80—227 (T52nd) Robert Kepler Intercollegiate April 17-18 | Columbus, Ohio Team 297-303-307—907 (+43) (10th of 18) Aaron Watkins 72-75-77—224 (T14th) Ben Kern 74-76-78—228 (T33rd) Tim Moody 74-77-79—230 (T46th) Matt Van Cleave 79-80-73—232 (T57th) Josh Persons 77-75-85—237 (T80th) Big 12 Championship April 26-27 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 290-289-302—881 (+41) (4th of 12) Aaron Watkins 70-71-75—216 (T6th) Matt Van Cleave 76-70-73—219 (T9th) A.J. Elgert 69-74-78—221 (T13th) Tim Moody 75-74-78—227 (T36th) Ben Kern 77-75-76—228 (T40th)


Matlock Invitational Feb. 14-15 | Lakeland, Fla. Team 291-298-294—883 (+19) (3rd of 15) Matt Van Cleave 70-71-71–212 (T1st) Nick Schumacher 73-74-73–220 (T10th) Ben Kern 71-76-77–224 (T15th) Tyler Cummins 80-77-73–230 (T41st) Jonathan James 77-79-80–236 (T62nd)


Big 12 Championship April 29-30 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 303-292-290—885 (7th of 12) Aaron Watkins 72-70-70—212 (T6th) A.J. Elgert 78-71-72—221 (T23rd) Bryan Milberger 75-73-73—221 (T23rd) Matt Williams 78-78-76—232 (51st) Bryan Schweizer 79-80-75—234 (T53rd)

Rice Intercollegiate Feb. 10-11 | Cypress, Texas Team 308-297-299—904 (T6th of 13) Aaron Watkins 77-76-73—226 (T22nd) Ben Kern 79-73-74—226 (T22nd) Josh Persons 78-73-76—227 (T25th) Greg Douglas 74-77-77—228 (T31st) Jonathan James 81-75-76—232 (T47th)

Dick Wittcoff-USF Invitational March 4-6 | Tampa, Fla. Team 303-299-306–908 (+56) (6th of 15) Matt Van Cleave 73-76-75–224 (T10th) Ben Kern 77-71-77–225 (T12th) Nick Schumacher 75-75-76–226 (T14th) Kyle Yonke* 72-78-79–229 (T25th) Tyler Cummins 81-77-78–236 (T56th) Jonathan James 78-78-85–241 (T70th) Hackler Invitational March 13-14 | Murrells Inlet, S.C. Team 295-296-309–900 (+36) (4th of 12) Matt Van Cleave 77-67-74–218 (4th) Nick Schumacher 72-75-78–225 (T14th) Tyler Cummins 77-77-77–231 (T34th) Ben Kern 73-77-82–232 (T39th) Kyle Yonke 73-80-80–233 (T44th)


K-STATE MEN’S GOLF Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 21-22 | Stevinson, Calif. Team 298-297-297–892 (+28) (T2th of 14) Ben Kern 71-68-75–214 (2nd) Matt Van Cleave 75-72-74–221 (T13th) Nick Schumacher 80-79-73–232 (T40th) Tyler Cummins 76-80-75–231 (T36th) Kyle Yonke 76-78-82–236 (T52nd) Clay Hodge* 77-78-87–242 (T71st) ASU Thunderbird Invitational April 8-9 | Tempe, Ariz. Team 300-295-302–897 (+45) (13th of 15) Matt Van Cleave 71-70-72–213 (T3rd) Ben Kern 76-75-77–228 (T63rd) Nick Schumacher 77-75-76–228 (T63rd) Tyler Cummins 82-75-77–234 (T76th) Clay Hodge 76-83-78–237 (78th)


FirstEnergy Intercollegiate April 16-17 | Akron, Ohio Team 303-289-295–887 (+45) (4th of 15) Matt Van Cleave 75-69-73–217 (5th) Nick Schumacher 79-70-74–223 (T12th) Jonathan James 73-78-74–225 (T18th) Kyle Yonke 76-74-82–232 (T46th) Ben Kern 83-76-74–233 (T49th) Big 12 Championship April 29-May 1 | Trinity, Texas Team 308-306-311–925 (+61) (10th of 12) Matt Van Cleave 70-71-76–217 (4th) Ben Kern 79-75-75–229 (T25th) Tyler Cummins 79-77-79–235 (T42nd) Jonathan James 80-83-81–244 (57th) Nick Schumacher 80-84-82–246 (59th) NCAA Central Regional May 19-21 | South Bend, Ind. Team 299-291-291–881 (+41) (20th of 27) Matt Van Cleave 72-71-71–214 (T17th) Tyler Cummins 76-69-73–218 (T36th) Ben Kern 76-77-72–225 (T88th) Jonathan James 77-74-75–226 (T95th) Kyle Yonke 75-78-81–234 (T127th)

2006 | Spring Matlock Invitational Feb. 13-14 | Lakeland, Fla. Team 305-307-298—910 (+46) (6th of 15) Robert Streb 72-75-72–219 (T2nd) Joe Kinney 78-77-75–230 (T35th) Jay Kramer 78-78-74–230 (T35th) Tyler Cummins 77-77-77–231 (T39th) Kyle Yonke 78-79-80–237 (T62nd) Wexford Intercollegiate Feb. 27-28 | Hilton Head, S.C. Team 310-312-301—923 (+59) (T7th of 15) Ben Kern 75-83-82–230 (T20th) Tyler Cummins 77-80-75–232 (T25th) Joe Kinney 77-80-75–232 (T25th) Robert Streb 81-79-73–233 (T33rd) Jay Kramer 84-86-78–248 (71st) Hackler Intercollegiate March 12-13 | Mytrle Beach, S.C. Team 299-290-302—891 (+27) (T6th of 15) Tyler Cummins 75-70-74–219 (T11th) Ben Kern 71-75-75–221 (T20th) Robert Streb 76-71-75–222 (T22nd) Joe Kinney 77-74-78–229 (T52nd) Jonathan James 78-76-84–238 (72nd) Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 27-28 | Stevinson, Calif.^ Team 295-302—597 (+21) (2nd of 13) Ben Kern 73-73–146 (3rd) Robert Streb 73-75–148 (T6th) Jonathan James* 74-76–150 (T16th) Kyle Yonke 73-79–152 (T24th) Tyler Cummins 76-77–153 (T32nd) Joe Kinney 80-77–157 (T56th)

2005 | Fall Cleveland State Invitational Sept. 12-13 | Chardon, Ohio Team 293-291-299–883 (+31) (8th of 17) Ben Kern 68-68-69–205 (2nd) Robert Streb 75-75-74–224 (T35th) Tyler Cummins 74-72-83–229 (T55th) Jay Kramer 76-76-78–230 (T58th) Kyle Yonke 78-76-78–232 (T62nd)

Aggie Invitational April 15-16 | College Station, Texas Team 302-305-309—916 (+52) (T8th of 12) Tyler Cummins 76-73-79–228 (T26th) Ben Kern 75-77-77–229 (T29th) Robert Streb 77-75-79–231 (T33rd) Joe Kinney 78-80-74–232 (T39th) Kyle Yonke 74-80-80–234 (T50th)

Wolverine Intercollegiate Sept. 24-25 | Ann Arbor, Mich. Team 287-279-286–852 (E) (4th of 15) Ben Kern 68-68-73–209 (T8th) Tyler Cummins 72-72-68–212 (T13th) Robert Streb 73-69-76–218 (T35th) Kyle Yonke 74-76-71–221 (T50th) Joe Kinney 78-70-74–222 (T56th)

Big 12 Championship April 24-25 | Tulsa, Okla. Team 296-305-298—899 (+59) (T10th of 12) Ben Kern 72-74-74–220 (T19th) Robert Streb 77-77-72–226 (T34th) Joe Kinney 74-75-79–228 (T42nd) Kyle Yonke 75-79-75–229 (T45th) Tyler Cummins 75-79-77–231 (51st)

Memphis Intercollegiate Oct. 3-4 | Memphis, Tenn. Team 294-294-296–884 (+20) (T4th of 15) Tyler Cummins 72-73-73–218 (T8th) Robert Streb 72-77-72–221 (T16th) Kyle Yonke 75-74-73–222 (T22nd) Ben Kern 75-71-78–224 (T33th) Jonathan James* 73-75-77–225 (T38th) Joe Kinney 80-76-78–234 (T64th)

NCAA Central Regional May 18-20 | Chardon, Ohio Team 306-307-290—903 (+51) (18th of 27) Robert Streb 76-72-68–216 (T12th) Kyle Yonke 75-80-72–227 (T75th) Ben Kern 79-77-75–230 (T95th) Tyler Cummins 79-78-77–234 (T114th) Jonthan James 77-84-75–236 (T125th)

Barona Collegiate Cup Oct. 24-25 | Lakeside, Calif. Team 282-288-279–849 (-15) (T10th of 18) Ben Kern 69-70-71–210 (T23rd) Tyler Cummins 75-71-67–213 (T37th) Joe Kinney 71-72-73–216 (T48th) Robert Streb 72-75-69–216 (T48th) Kyle Yonke 70-75-72–217 (T61st)

Shocker Classic April 2-3 | Wichita, Kan. Team 294-293-318–905 (+53) (T5th of 16) Robert Streb 71-73-76–220 (T2nd) Joe Ida 76-75-76–227 (T30th) Mitchell Gregson 73-71-84–228 (T33rd) Kyle Yonke 74-74-82–230 (T39th) Spencer Alefs* 74-79-83–236 (T54th) Joe Kinney 82-80-87–249 (85th)

Wolf Pack Classic Oct. 2-3 | Reno, Nev. Team 285-299-292—876 (+12) (T9th of 18) Robert Streb 71-72-73–216 (T20th) Mitchell Gregson 73-74-72–219 (T36th) Joe Ida 71-78-72–221 (T48th) Kyle Yonke 70-77-75–222 (T52nd) Jay Kramer 74-76-81–231 (87th)

ASU Thunderbird Invitational April 13-15 | Tempe, Ariz. Team 289-307-297–893 (+29) (16th of 16) Robert Streb 70-78-73–221 (T50th) Joe Ida 73-76-74–223 (T62nd) Mitchell Gregson 73-74-77–224 (T64th) Joe Kinney 75-80-73–228 (T77th) Kyle Yonke 73-79-81–233 (84th)

Alister MacKenzie Invitational Oct. 9-10 | Fairfax, Calif. Team 282-287-303—872 (+20) (13th of 15) Kyle Yonke 71-70-74–215 (T22nd) Mitchell Gregson 70-74-74–218 (T35th) Robert Streb 73-71-75–219 (T46th) Joe Ida 72-72-80–224 (T65th) Jason Schulte 69-74-82–225 (T69th)

Big 12 Championship April 23-24 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 304-301-311–916 (+76) (9th of 12) Joe Ida 74-74-79–227 (T22nd) Kyle Yonke 77-78-75–230 (T35th) Mitchell Gregson 78-76-78–232 (T40th) Joe Kinney 76-73-83–232 (T40th) Robert Streb 77-78-79–234 (T45th)

Club Glove Intercollegiate Oct. 23-24 | Camarillo, Calif. Team 325-317-309—951 (+87) (10th of 12) Kyle Yonke 78-80-75–233 (T24th) Joe Ida 81-82-75–238 (T38th) Spencer Alefs 83-76-79–238 (T38th) Jason Schulte* 75-82-81–238 (T38th) Mitchell Gregson 83-79-81–243 (T50th) Robert Streb 83-82-80–245 (T53rd)

2007 | Fall

2007 | Spring ASU Thunderbird Invitational April 8-9 | Tempe, Ariz. Team 287-271-277—835 (-17) (T3rd of 16) Ben Kern 69-65-65–199 (1st) Tyler Cummins 75-67-70–212 (T19th) Robert Streb 74-69-71–214 (T28th) Joe Kinney 70-77-71–218 (T44th) Kyle Yonke 74-70-77–221 (T56th)

Alister MacKenzie Invitational Oct. 10-11 | Fairfax, Calif. Team 280-283-302–865 (+13) (12th of 15) Kyle Yonke 72-71-73–216 (T32nd) Tyler Cummins 68-72-80–220 (T46th) Robert Streb 72-77-71–220 (T46th) Jonathan James 74-70-78–222 (T58th) Ben Kern 68-70-85–223 (T60th)

Wolverine Intercollegiate Sept. 16-17 | Ann Arbor, Mich. Team 287-288-296—871 (+19) (9th of 14) Joe Ida 70-70-75–215 (T15th) Kyle Yonke 72-70-74–216 (T17th) Mitchell Gregson 76-72-73–221 (T41st) Robert Streb 71-78-74–223 (52nd) Jason Schulte* 77-75-73–225 (T54th) Joe Kinney 74-76-79–229 (T73rd)

NCAA Championship May 31-June 3 | Sunriver, Ore. Robert Streb* 74-70-75–219 (MC) 2006 | Fall Central Region Preview Sept. 9-10 | Sugar Grove, Ill. Team 298-315-300—913 (+49) (T2nd of 12) Mitchell Gregson 71-81-73–225 (T6th) Robert Streb 80-78-73–231 (T23rd) Kyle Yonke 81-77-74–232 (25th) Joe Ida 74-84-80–238 (T39th) Jason Schulte 73-79-88–240 (T47th)


Lochinvar Challenge Feb. 12 | Houston, Texas Team 320 (+32) (3rd of 3) Mitchell Gregson 78 (T9th) Joe Ida 79 (T12th) Joe Kinney 81 (15th) Kyle Yonke 82 (16th) Robert Streb 85 (17th) Rio Pinar Intercollegiate Feb. 19-20 | Orlando, Fla. Team 309-305-303–917 (+53) (18th of 18) Robert Streb 73-76-76–225 (T54th) Kyle Yonke 78-74-76–228 (T69th) Joe Ida 79-79-74–232 (T86th) Joe Kinney 79-76-80–235 (T89th) Mitchell Gregson 80-82-77–239 (T95th) Braveheart Classic March 5-6 | Beaumont, Calif. Team 320-313-303–936 (+72) (9th of 17) Joe Ida 79-75-75–229 (T11th) Kyle Yonke 81-78-77–236 (T30th) Mitchell Gregson 76-81-81–238 (T44th) Joe Kinney 85-79-74–238 (T44th) Jay Kramer 84-82-77–243 (T69th) Fresno State Lexus Golf Classic March 12-13 | Fresno, Calif. Team 294-304-283–881 (+17) (7th of 15) Kyle Yonke 72-73-70–215 (T8th) Joe Kinney 73-76-74–223 (T35th) Mitchell Gregson 78-79-67–224 (T39th) Joe Ida 73-79-75–227 (T49th) Spencer Alefs* 80-73-75–228 (T51st) Robert Streb 76-80-72–228 (T51st) Jason Schulte 80-76-77–233 (T68th) Ron Moore Invitational March 19-20 | Goodyear, Ariz. Team 283-283-284–850 (-14) (T3rd of 17) Robert Streb 69-70-72–211 (T12th) Kyle Yonke 72-69-72–212 (T15th) Mitchell Gregson 72-72-68–212 (T15th) Joe Kinney 70-72-72–215 (T23rd) Joe Ida 73-74-77–224 (71st) Spencer Alefs* 77-78-81–236 (92nd)


Kansas Invitational Sept. 17-18 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 298-297-303–898 (+34) (4th of 16) *Kyle Smell 72-74-75–221 (T8th) Mitchell Gregson 75-72-76–223 (T16th) Spencer Alefs 76-74-76–226 (T27th) Joe Ida 73-77-76–226 (T27th) Robert Streb 75-74-78–227 (T37th) Kyle Yonke 75-77-75–227 (T37th) Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Sept. 24-25 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 299-292-296–887 (+23) (2nd of 10) Mitchell Gregson 75-71-72–218 (T4th) Robert Streb 75-71-72–218 (T4th) *Daniel Wood 72-74-74–220 (6th) Joe Ida 75-75-75–225 (T12th) *Ross Geubelle 78-76-77–231 (T25th) Kyle Smell 79-75-77–231 (T25th) Kyle Yonke 74-78-79–231 (T25th) *Spencer Alefs 82-83-79–244 (T51st) Wolf Pack Classic Oct. 8-9 | Reno, Nev. Team 293-285-303–881 (+17) (9th of 19) Mitchell Gregson 70-71-77–218 (T22nd) Kyle Smell 75-70-74–219 (T27th) Robert Streb 75-74-72–221 (T34th) Joe Ida 73-72-78–223 (T42nd) Daniel Wood 76-75-83–234 (T82nd) Club Glove Intercollegiate Oct. 22-23 | Somis, Calif. Team 320-316-308–944 (+80) (7th of 12) Joe Ida 79-79-75--233 (T15th) Mitchell Gregson 79-79-76--234 (T17th) Kyle Smell 84-76-78--238 (T27th) Robert Streb 81-83-79--243 (T45th) Herb Wimbley Intercollegiate Oct. 29-30 | Las Cruces, N.M. Team 280-286-278–844 (-8) (T3rd of 17) Joe Ida 68-68-68—204 (2nd) Mitchell Gregson 70-69-71—210 (T9th) Robert Streb 69-78-67—214 (T23rd) Kyle Smell 73-76-72—221 (T51st) Ross Geubelle 74-73-74—221 (T51st) Paciic Invitational Nov. 5-7 | Stockton, Calif. Team 273-274-279–826 (-38) (2nd of 14) Joe Ida 69-65-69—203 (T3rd) Robert Streb 69-68-66—203 (T3rd) Mitchell Gregson 68-70-72—210 (T17th) Kyle Smell 67-71-74—212 (T22nd) Ross Geubelle 73-74-72—219 (T52nd)

K-STATE MEN’S GOLF 2008 | Spring Braveheart Classic March 3-4 | Beaumont, Calif. Team 314-297-307–918 (+54) (5th of 16) Mitchell Gregson 77-71-76—224 (6th) Joe Ida 75-76-79—230 (T17th) *Daniel Wood 79-76-78—233 (T27th) Robert Streb 79-76-78—233 (T27th) Kyle Yonke 81-74-78—233 (T27th) Kyle Smell 82-79-77—238 (T57th)

Fresno Lexus Classic March 10-11 | Fresno, Calif. Team 295-283-294–872 (+8) (13th of 20) Joe Ida 73-68-73—214 (T20th) Mitchell Gregson 77-70-69—216 (T31st) Robert Streb 71-73-75—219 (T52nd) Daniel Wood 75-72-77—224 (T71st) Kyle Yonke 76-73-77—226 (T80th)

Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic March 31-April 1 | Wichita, Kan. Team 286-290-304–880 (+28) (4th of 16) Joe Ida 65-72-75—212 (T3rd) Mitchell Gregson 70-71-75—216 (T9th) Robert Streb 75-71-76—222 (T25th) *Daniel Wood 78-71-79—228 (T46th) *Kyle Smell 75-75-78—228 (T46th) Kyle Yonke 76-76-79—231 (T64th) Ross Geubelle 82-76-78—236 (83rd) Missouri Tiger Intercollegiate April 7-8 | Columbia, Mo. Team 298-293-295–886 (+22) (2nd of 11) Mitchell Gregson 71-74-72—217 (3rd) Daniel Wood 74-73-74—221 (8th) Kyle Smell 76-73-73—222 (T9th) *Kyle Yonke 76-73-76—225 (20th) Joe Ida 77-74-76—227 (T25th) Robert Streb 80-73-83—236 (T50th) Big 12 Championship April 25-27 | Trinity, Texas Team297-307-301-297–1202 (+50) (8th of 12) Joe Ida 71-74-79-71—295 (T16th) Mitchell Gregson 76-79-71-73—299 (T25th) Robert Streb 73-74-76-76—299 (T25th) Kyle Smell 77-85-75-77—314 (T49th) Daniel Wood 82-80-81-80—323 (T59th) NCAA West Regional May 15-17 | Bremerton, Wash. Team 305-299-298–902 (+38) (18th of 27) Mitchell Gregson 74-75-71—220 (T25th) Robert Streb 77-72-73—222 (T35th) Kyle Yonke 76-74-75—225 (T52nd) Joe Ida 78-78-79—235 (T114th) Daniel Wood 82-80-79—241 (T134th) 2008 | Fall Jim Colbert Intercollegaite September 22-23 |Manhattan, Kan. Team 294-299-290–883 (+19) (1st of 9) Mitchell Gregson 74-74-68—216 (1st) Robert Streb 71-77-71—219 (T4th) Joe Ida 73-77-74—224 (T7th) *Jason Schulte 78-75-73—226 (T11th) *Daniel Wood 76-78-75-—229 (T17th) Ross Geubelle 79-74-77—230 (T21st) Joe Kinney 76-74-81—231 (24th) * Spencer Alefs 79-77-82—238 (T36th) *Kyle Smell 81-77-84—242 (47th) Cardinal Classic September 29-30 |Louisville, Ky. Team 289-2283-271–843 (-21) (T2nd of 15) Robert Streb 69-69-66—204 (2nd) Joe Ida 71-70-68—209 (T7th) Mitchell Gregson 73-70-67—210 (T9th) Daniel Wood 81-74-70—225 (T56th) Jason Schulte 76-77-73—226 (T58th)

Santa Clara Invitational October 20-21 |San Jose, Calif. Team 287-284-287–858 (+6) (2nd of 8) Mitchell Gregson 67-64-70—201 (1st) Robert Streb 72-76-72—220 (T10th) Jason Schulte 74-74-72—220 (T10th) Ross Geubelle 76-74-73—223 (17th) *Joe Kinney 79-74-71—224 (T18th) Daniel Wood 74-72-81—227 (T25th)

Big 12 Championship April 27-29 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 304-301-289-276–1,170 (+50)(4th of 12) Robert Streb 69-75-67-69—280 (3rd) Daniel Wood 80-75-75-68—298 (T21st) Mitchell Gregson 78-79-77-66—300 (T25th) Joe Ida 77-78-71-77—303 (T32nd) Kyle Smell 83-73-76-73—305 (40th) NCAA West Regional April 27-29 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 294-292-286—872 (+8) (12th of 13) Robert Streb 75-70-68—213 (T18th) Mitchell Gregson 71-75-70—316 (T31th) Joe Ida 73-75-76—224 (T66th) Daniel Wood 77-75-72—224 (T66th) Kyle Smell 75-72-77—224 (T66th) 2009 | Fall

Herb Wimberly Intercolegiate October 27-28 |Las Cruces, N.M. Team 296-288-285–869 (+17) (2nd of 18) Robert Streb 72-70-72—214 (T12th) Mitchell Gregson 76-69-70—215 (T15th) Kyle Smell 73-75-72—220 (T36th) Ross Geubelle 76-75-71—222 (T43rd) Jason Schulte 75-74-74—223 (T49th)

Wolf Run Intercollegiate September 12-13 | Zionsville, Ind. Team 297-289-299–885 (+32) (9th of 17) Mitchell Gregson 72-68-71—211 (T5th) Joe Kinney 70-69-72—211 (T5th) Joe Ida 78-77-76—231 (T66th) Ross Geubelle 77-75-80—232 (T77th) Chase Chamberlin 82-77-83—242 (T81st)

Paciic Invitational November 3-5 | Stockton, Calif. Team 285-286-262–853 (+17) (1st of 12) Robert Streb 69-73-68—210 (T2nd) Mitchell Gregson 71-68-74—213 (T7th) Ross Geubelle 74-72-70—216 (T16th) Joe Ida 73-74-70—217 (T18th) Kyle Smell 72-73-76—221 (T34th)

Jim Colbert Intercollegaite^ September 21-22 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 287-282–596 (+1) (1st of 9) Joe Ida 70-70—140 (1st) Mitchell Gregson 71-70—141 (2nd) Joe Kinney 75-71—146 (7th) Curtis Yonke 71-76—147 (T8th) *Jason Schulte 74-73—147 (T8th) Chase Chamberlin 80-71—151 (T18th) *Ross Geubelle 81-76—157 (T33rd) *Ben Juffer 83-77—160 (T40th)

2009 | Spring Dual in the Desert # February 27 | Palm Desert, Calif. Team 293 (+5) (1st of 2) Robert Streb 71 (1st) Joe Ida 73 (2nd) Ross Geubelle 74 (3rd) Mitchell Gregson 75 (T4th) *Jason Schulte 75 (T4th) Kyle Smell 88 (12th) Braveheart Classic March 2-3 | Beaumont, Calif. Team 297-301-294–892 (+28) (7th of 18) Mitchell Gregson 74-71-72—217 (T2nd) Robert Streb 72-76-74—222 (T19th) Ross Geubelle 78-76-72—226 (T36th) Joe Ida 75-79-76—230 (T52nd) Kyle Smell 75-79-76—230 (T52nd) Jason Schulte* 75-79-83—237 (T79th) Desert Shootout March 19-21 | Goodyear, Ariz. Team 287-276-282–845 (-19) (5th of 14) Robert Streb 68-69-66—203 (4th) Joe Ida 72-66-73—211 (T16th) Mitchell Gregson 74-70-72—216 (T37th) Daniel Wood* 75-73-70—218 (T46th) Ross Geubelle 73-75-71—219 (T51st) Kyle Smell 76-71-76—223 (T61st) Shocker Classic ^ March 19-21 | Goodyear, Ariz. Team 308-281—589 (+21) (1st of 3) Mitchell Gregson 75-70—145 (3rd) Daniel Wood 77-70—147 (T5th) Robert Streb 80-69—149 (7th) Joe Ida 78-72—150 (8th) Joe Kinney* 78-79—157 (T19th) Ross Geubelle 78-82—160 (T23rd) Spencer Alefs* 80-80—160 (T23rd)

Wolf Pack Classic October 5-6 |Reno, Nev. Team 290-284-281–855 (-9) (T4th of 13) Joe Kinney 74-67-67—208 (T2nd) Mitchell Gregson 74-69-71—214 (T11th) Curtis Yonke 72-75-71—218 (T21st) Jason Schulte 74-73-72—219 (T28th) Joe Ida 70-75-75—220 (T33rd) *Chase Chamberlin 76-83-81—240 (T76th) Firestone Invitational October 12-13 | Akron, Ohio Team 296-296-297–889 (+25) (4th of 11) Joe Ida 73-70-72—215 (4th) Mitchell Gregson 73-72-76—221 (15th) Joe Kinney 74-79-71—224 (T20nd) Jason Schulte 76-75-86—237 (T21st) Curtis Yonke 78-82-78—238 (T60th) Herb Wimberly Intercolegiate October 26-27 | Las Cruces, N.M. Team 283-275-285–843 (-9) (3rd of 17) Joe Ida 68-68-71—207 (T7th) Mitchell Gregson 72-66-70—208 (11th) Joe Kinney 71-72-71—214 (T30th) Jason Schulte 72-70-73—215 (T34th) Curtis Yonke 74-71-77—222 (T65th)


Ron Moore Invitational March 21-23 | Goodyear, Ariz. Team 280-278-287–845 (-1) (1st of 16) Joe Ida 68-69-70—207 (T3rd) Mitchell Gregson 68-70-72—211 (T11th) Kyle Yonke 72-68-74—214 (T20th) Robert Streb 75-71-71—217 (T34th) Ross Geubelle 72-75-73—220 (T44th) *Daniel Wood 71-67-76—214 *(T1st)

Wolf Pack Classic October 6-7 |Reno, Nev. Team 291-280-292–863 (-1) (T4th of 13) Robert Streb 72-70-71—213 (T10th) Joe Ida 74-70-72—216 (T16th) Mitchell Gregson 72-71-75—218 (T26th) Ross Geubelle 73-69-81—223 (T46th) Daniel Wood 75-77-74—226 (T50th) *Jason Schulte 79-77-75—231 (T61st)

Paciic Invitational November 2-4 | Stockton, Calif. Team 284-279-280–843 (-9) (5th of 12) Mitchell Gregson 69-70-66—205 (4th) Joe Ida 71-69-70—210 (T13th) Jason Schulte 74-67-76—217 (T33rd) Curtis Yonke 76-73-71—220 (41st) Joe Kinney 70-78-73—221 (T42nd)

Missouri Tiger Intercollegiate April 13-14 | Columbia, Mo. Team 280-294-300—874 (+10)(1st of 14) Mitchell Gregson 67-70-77—214 (T3rd) Kyle Smell 72-73-72—217 (T6th) Joe Ida 70-77-74—221 (T12th) Daniel Wood 71-74-79—224 (T17th) *Joe Kinney 78-77-72—227 (T32nd) Robert Streb 75-79-77—231 (T42nd)


* Competed as an individual ^ Rain-Shortened 36-Hole Event # 18-Hole Event (MC) Missed Cut


K-STATE MEN’S GOLF Mike Ahearn, 1927-47 Mike Ahearn was the first men’s golf coach in K-State history, beginning his 20-year tenure in 1927. He was instrumental in the early development of K-State athletics as Ahearn Fieldhouse bears his name.


Benny York, 1948 Benny York took over after Mike Ahearn retired following the 1946-47 season. York only coached one season, finishing last in the 1948 Big Seven Championship.

Mickey Evans, 1949-61 Mickey Evans coached the Wildcat golfers from 1949-61. His 1956 team finished third in the Big Seven Championship, which is tied for the highest conference championship placing in school history.

Howard Shannon, 1962-64 Howard Shanon, a basketball letterwinner and captian for the 1947-48 season, coached the golf squad from 1962-64. His best conference finish came in 1963, when the Wildcats finished fourth.

Bill Guthridge, 1965-67 Although he only coached three years, Bill Guthridge had a successful tenure as head coach, finishing third at the 1965 Big 8 Championship. He later went on to become men’s basektball coach at North Carolina.

Ron Fogler, 1968-75 & 1978 Ron Fogler coached K-State on two different occasions, having success during both tenures. His teams captured two tournament victories, and his 1969 team finished fourth at the Big Eight Championship.

Ray Wauthier, 1977 & 1980-86 Even though Ray Wautheir’s teams were unable to place better than sixth in the Big Eight Championships, he holds the record for seven all-time wins by a coach in K-State men’s golf history.

Paul Anderson, 1979 A three-year letterwinner for K-State golf, Paul Anderson came back to coach his alma mater in 1979. However, he only lasted one year as he finished last in the 1979 Big Eight Championship.

Rob Sedorcek, 1986-88

The 2008-09 K-State golf team became only the second team in school history with four tournament victories in a single season.

Championships Team (28)* Fall 2009 Spring 2009

Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Shocker Clasic Mizzou Tiger Intercollegiate Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Pacific Invitational Ron Moore Invitational Purina Classic K-State vs. OU Dual Wildcat Invitational Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Wildcat Intercollegiate^ Southwest Classic D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate Iowa State Cyclone Classic SMSU Invitational K-State Invitational Creighton Invitational K-State/Pepsi Classic Neb. Wesleyan Invitational Kansas State Triangular Marymount Invitational Park College Invitational Heart of America Kansas State Invitational Bethany Invitational Penn Valley Invitational Spartan Golf Quad Kansas State Triangular Nebraska Invitational

Fall 2008 Spring 2008 Fall 2003 Fall 2002 Spring 2002 Fall 2001 Fall 1998 Spring 1995 Fall 1994 Fall 1992 Spring 1992 Fall 1988 Spring 1988 Spring 1987 Spring 1986 Spring 1985

Fall 1984 Spring 1984 Fall 1983 Spring 1973 Spring 1972 * Since 1969 ^ Tied with Illinois State

Probably one of the youngest coaches in collegiate golf, Rob Sedorcek coached his alma mater only one year removed from his playing days. He recorded five tournament victories during his tenure.

Russ Bunker, 1989-91 Russ Bunker coached the Wildcats from 1989-91. During his two year tenure he recorded two top-2 finishes.

Mark Elliot, 1991-97 Mark Elliot had a productive tenure as golf coach at K-State. His 1993 team advanced to the NCAA Central Regional, which was the first team to compete to the post-season in school history.

Tim Norris, 1997-Present Tim Norris, the most successful coach in school history, has taken four-straight teams to the NCAA Central Regional. Two individuals have advanced to the NCAA Championships under his watch.

During the 2008-09 season, Mitchell Gregson became the irst Wildcat since Aaron Watkins to win two tournaments in a single season



Championships Individual (28)* Mitchell Gregson Mitchell Gregson Ben Kern Matt Van Cleave Matt Van Cleave Aaron Watkins Aaron Watkins Bryan Milberger Mark Sears Chad Buckridge Troy Halterman Troy Halterman Richard Laing Brett Waldman Richard Laing Jeff Sedorcek Chris Gomez Troy Keller Jeff Sedorcek Robert Sedorcek Kevin Crow Robert Sedorcek Robert Sedorcek Robert Sedorcek Robert Sedorcek Allen French Scott Bunker Bob Philbrick *Since 1969

2008 Santa Clara Invitational 2008 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate 2006 ASU Thunderbird Invitational 2005 Matlock Collegiate 2003 Purina Classic 2002 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate 2002 Oklahoma Dual 2000 Fairway Club Invitational 1998 Wildcat Intercollegiate 1996 Arlington Awards 1994 D.A. Weibring 1994 UTA Invitational 1993 Shocker Classic 1992 Cyclone Classic 1992 Blazer Invitational 1988 Kansas State Invitational 1988 Creighton Invitational 1987 Kansas Invitational 1987 Drake Relays 1985 Marymount Invitational 1985 Heart of America 1984 Kansas State Invitational 1984 Heart of America 1984 Bethany Invitational 1983 Penn Valley Invitational 1983 Spartan Quad 1978 Midwest Intercollegiate 1971 Missouri Invitational

K-STATE MEN’S GOLF Lowest Individual 18-Hole Scores (Since 1969) Par N/A 69 71 71 72 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 71 71 71 70 70 72 72 72 72 72 72 71 71 71 72 72 71 71 72 N/A 71 72 72 71 70

Player Don Bishop Ben Kern Mitchell Gregson Matt Williams Joe Ida Joe Ida Ben Kern Matt Van Cleave Aaron Watkins Robert Streb Robert Streb Robert Streb Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Mitchell Gregson Tyler Cummins Mitchell Gregson Aaron Watkins Joe Kinney Joe Kinney Mitchell Gregson Mitchell Gregson Daniel Wood Kyle Smell Jason Schulte Mitchell Gregson Robert Streb Mitchell Gregson A.J. Elgert Scott McNeely Matt Van Cleave Matt Van Cleave Brett Vuillemin Aaron Watkins Matt Van Cleave Tyler Cummins Tyler Cummins Robert Streb

Date 1948 10/22/04 10/20/08 10/29/01 11/6/07 3/31/08 4/9/06 10/7/03 10/6/03 9/30/08 11/7/07 3/21/09 3/20/09 11/4/09 10/26/09 9/27/04 4/29/09 10/29/01 10/5/09 10/6/09 9/30/08 4/13/09 3/22/08 11/5/07 11/3/09 10/20/08 10/30/07 3/13/07 3/25/02 10/9/00 10/6/03 3/29/04 9/26/88 10/8/02 3/13/05 10/25/05 4/8/06 4/28/09

Career Stroke Average Event (Round) Duel vs. Kansas The Nelson Inv. (2nd) Santa Clara Invitational (2nd) Branson Creek Inv. (2nd) Pacific Invitational (2nd) Shocker Classic (1st) ASU Thunderbird Inv. (2,3) Purina Classic (3rd) Purina Classic (2nd) Cardinal Classic (2nd) Pacific Invitational (3rd) Desert Shootout (3rd) Desert Shootout (2nd) Pacific Invitational (3rd) Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (2nd) Mason Rudolph Ch. (1st) Big 12 Championship (4th) Baylor Intercollegiate (2nd) Wolf Pack Classic (2nd) Wolf Pack Classic (3rd) Cardinal Classic (9th) Mizzou Tiger Intercollegiate (1st) Ron Moore Invitational (2nd) Pacific Invitational (1st) Pacific Invitational (2nd) Santa Clara Invitational (1st) Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (3rd) Fresno State Golf Classic (3rd) Stevinson Ranch Inv. (1st) Purina Classic (2nd) Purina Classic (2nd) Stevinson Ranch Inv. (2nd) Texas Intercollegiate (2nd) Purina Classic (3rd) Jim Hackler Invitational (2nd) Barona Collegiate Cup (3rd) ASU Thunderbird Invitational (2nd) Big 12 Championship (3rd)

Lowest Individual 54-Hole Score (Since 1969) Score 69-65-65—199 67-64-70—201 70-67-65—202 68-69-66—203 69-65-69—203 69-68-66—203 69-69-66—204 68-68-68—204 69-70-66—205 68-68-69—205 68-68-71—207 68-69-70—207 72-66-70—208 74-67-67—208 71-70-68—209 68-68-73—209 69-69-71—209 68-68-73—209 71-69-70—210 73-70-68—210 69-73-68—210 70-69-71—210 68-70-72—210 69-70-71—210 68-70-72—210* 75-66-69—210 72-71-67—210 71-65-74—210 69-70-71—210

Player Ben Kern Mitchell Gregson Matt Van Cleave Robert Streb Joe Ida Robert Streb Robert Streb Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Ben Kern Joe Ida Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney Joe Ida Ben Kern Tim Moody Ben Kern Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Robert Streb Mitchell Gregson Mitchell Gregson Ben Kern Matt Van Cleave Aaron Watkins Aaron Watkins Aaron Watkins Ben Kern

Date 4/8-9/06 10/20-21/08 10/6-7/03 3/19-21/09 11/5-7/07 11/5-7/07 9/29-30/08 10/29-30/07 11/2-4/09 9/12-13/05 10/26-27/09 3/21-23/08 10/26-27/09 10/5-6/09 9/29-30/08 10/6-7/03 10/6-7/03 9/24-25/05 11/2-4/09 9/29-30/08 11/3-5/08 10/29-30/07 11/5-7/07 3/29-30/04 10/22-24/04 10/29-30/01 10/7-8/02 10/6-7/03 10/24-25/05

Event ASU Thunderbird Invitational Santa Clara Invitational Purina Classic Desert Shootout Pacific Invitational Pacific Invitational Cardinal Classic Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate Pacific Invitational Cleveland State Invitational Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate Ron Moore Invitational Her Wimberly Intercollegiate Wolf Pack Classic Cardinal Classic Purina Classic Purina Classic Wolverine Intercollegiate Pacific Invitational Cardinal Classic Pacific Invitational Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate Pacific Invitational Stevinson Ranch Invitational The Nelson Invitational Baylor Intercollegiate Purina Classic Purina Classic Barona Collegiate Cup

Lowest Individual 72-Hole Score (From 1969) Score


69-75-67-69—280 Robert Streb 68-69-75-76—288 A.J. Elgert 71-74-79-71—295 Joe Ida 80-75-75-68—298 Daniel Wood * Tournament was played on a par-69



4/27-29/09 6/1-4/04 4/25-27/08 4/27-29/09

Big 12 Championship NCAA Championship Big 12 Championship Big 12 Championship




Mitchell Gregson 2006-09 Robert Streb 2005-09 Ben Kern 2003-06 Joe Ida 2006-09 Matt Van Cleave 2002-05 Aaron Watkins 2001-04 A.J. Elgert 2001-04 Richard Laing 1991-93 Josh Persons 2002-04 Kyle Yonke 2004-08



131 152 104 125 106 136 134 72 60 114

73.08 73.75 73.77 73.91 73.96 74.30 74.76 75.41 75.51 75.55

Annual Stroke Average Player


Robert Streb 2008-09 Mitchell Gregson 2008-09 Matt Van Cleave 2004-05 Ben Kern 2005-06 Mitchell Gregson 2007-08 Aaron Watkins 2002-03 Joe Ida 2007-08 Joe Ida 2008-09 Aaron Watkins 2003-04 Aaron Watkins 2001-02 Robert Streb 2005-06 Ben Kern 2003-04 A.J. Elgert 2001-02



37 37 39 35 40 38 40 31 34 33 41 26 33

71.59 71.78 72.33 72.74 72.90 73.34 73.35 73.48 73.70 73.72 73.83 73.88 73.93

Tournaments Played (Career) Player


Robert Streb Aaron Watkins A.J. Elgert Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Bryan Milberger Kyle Yonke Ben Kern Matt Van Cleave Chad Buckridge Scott McNeely Richard Laing

2005-09 2001-04 2001-04 2005-09 2005-09 1999-02 2004-08 2003-06 2002-05 1994-97 1999-02 1991-93

Tournaments 52 49 48 45 43 41 39 36 36 32 31 30

Tournaments Played (Season) Player


Robert Streb Greg Douglas Josh Persons Aaron Watkins Robert Streb Mitchell Gregson Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Robert Streb Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Kyle Yonke Ben Kern Matt Van Cleave A.J. Elgert Richard Laing

2005-06 2002-03 2002-03 2002-03 2008-09 2008-09 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2006-07 2006-07 2006-07 2004-05 2004-05 2002-03 1991-92

Tournaments 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13


Score 62 63 64 64 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

Total Rounds (Career) Player


Robert Streb Aaron Watkins A.J. Elgert Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Bryan Milberger Kyle Yonke Matt Van Cleave Ben Kern Scott McNeely

2005-09 2001-04 2001-04 2006-09 2006-08 1999-02 2004-08 2002-05 2003-06 1999-02

Rounds 152 136 134 131 125 117 114 106 104 90

BOLD indicates mark set in 2008-09. Note: Due to insufficient information in the K-State archives, all individual records date back to 1990.


K-STATE MEN’S GOLF Lowest Team Rounds (From 1969) Tournaments (Season)

Score Event



268 271 271 271* 273 274 276 276 277 277 278 278 278 279 279 279 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 281 281 281 282 282 282 282 282 283 283 283 283 283 283 283 283

10/7/03 9/30/08 4/8/06 10/22/04 11/5/07 11/6/07 4/29/09 3/19/09 4/9/06 10/6/03 3/22/08 10/20/07 10/30/01 11/7/07 9/24/05 10/25/05 4-13/09 10/6/08 10/20/08 3/21/08 10/29/07 10/10/05 10/11/04 5/17/03 10/29/01 3/29/04 4/7/09 9/22/09 3/21/09 11/5/08 10/9/06 10/24/05 9/29/08 11/3/08 11/4/08 3/10/08 3/19/07 3/19/07 3/13/07 10/10/05


14 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 11

2002-03 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2001-02 1991-92 Five Times

Rounds (Season)




40 39 38 38 37 37 34 33 32 32 30 29

2007-08 2004-05 2005-06 2002-03 2008-09 2006-07 2003-04 2001-02 2000-01 1998-99 1992-93 ThreeTimes

Annual Stroke Average Avg.


1. 287.29 2. 289.38 3. 294.63 4. 294.73 5. 294.84 6. 295.74 7. 296.45 8. 297.10 9. 299.89 10. 300.03

4,884 10,707 11,785 10,021 11,204 11,534 9,783 11,290 8,697 11,101


17 37 40 34 38 39 33 38 29 37


2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2003-04 2005-06 2004-05 2001-02 2002-03 1999-00 2006-07

Top-Five Finishes Number

10 8 8 6 6 6 5 5 4


2008-09 2007-08 2003-04 2004-05 2002-03 1992-93 1991-92 2009-10 Six Times

BOLD indicates mark set in 2008-09 or 2009-10 Note: Due to insufficient information in the K-State archives, all team records date back to 1969.


Purina Classic Cardinal Classic ASU Thunderbird Invitational Nelson Invitational Pacific Invitational Pacific Invitational Big 12 Championship Desert Shootout ASU Thunderbird Invitational Purina Classic Ron Moore Invitational Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate Baylor Intercollegiate Pacific Invitational Wolverine Intercollegiate Barona Collegiate Cup Tiger Intercollegiate Wolf Pack Classic Santa Clara Invitational Ron Moore Invitational Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate Alister MacKenzie Alister MacKenzie Invitational NCAA Central Regional Baylor Intercollegiate Stevinson Ranch Invitational Shocker Classic Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Desert Shootout Pacific Invitational MacKenzie Invitational Barona Collegiate Cup Cardinal Classic Pacific Invitational Pacific Invitational Fresno Lexus Classic Ron Moore Invitational Ron Moore Invitational Fresno State Golf Classic Alister MacKenzie Inv.

Round 2 3 2 2 1 2 4 2 3 1 2 3 3 3 2 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 3 2

Lowest Team 54-Hole Scores (From 1969) Score


273-274-279—826 Pacific Invitational 277-268-285—830 Purina Classic 287-271-277—835 ASU Thunderbird Invitational 289-283-271—843 Cardinal Classic 280-286-278—844 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate 280-278-287—845 Ron Moore Invitational 287-276-282—845 Desert Shootout 282-288-279—849 Barona Collegiate Cup 292-271-286—849* Nelson Invitational 283-283-284—850 Ron Moore Invitational 287-279-286—852 Wolverine Intercollegiate 283-283-282—853 Pacific Invitational 296-281-278—855 Baylor Intercollegiate 287-284-287—858 Santa Clara Invitational 292-280-287—859 Alister MacKenzie Inv. 286-281-294—861 Stevinson Ranch Inv. 291-280-292—863 Wolf Pack Classic 287-280-292—863 Santa Clara Invitational 285-286-294—865 Baylor Intercollegiate 280-283-302—865 Alister MacKenzie Inv. 296-288-285—869 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate 288-293-288—869 Border Olympics 288-288-293—869 Mason Rudolph Champ. 286-295-288—869 Rocky Mountain Inter. * Tournament was played on a par 69




11/5-7/07 10/6-7/03 4/8-9/06 9/29-30/08 10/29-30/07 3/21-23/08 3/19-21/09 10/24-25/05 10/22-24/04 3/19-20/07 9/24-25/05 11/3-5/08 10/29-30/01 9/20-21/08 10/11-12/04 3/29-30/04 10/6-7/08 10/20-21/08 10/28-29/02 10/10-11/05 10/29-30/08 4/4-5/03 9/27-28/04 9/6-7/98

2nd 1st T3rd T2nd T3rd 1st 5th T10th 7th T3rd 4th 1st 7th 2 5th 2nd T4th 2nd T6th 12th 2nd 5th T11th 10th

K-STATE MEN’S GOLF BIG SIX CONFERENCE Year 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1947

Champion Oklahoma (631) Oklahoma/Nebraska(617) Nebraska (612) Oklahoma (638) Kansas (644) Iowa State (635) Oklahoma Oklahoma/Kansas

Runner-up Nebraska (689) Kansas (624) Oklahoma (620) Nebraska (652) Oklahoma (645) Oklahoma (649) Iowa State/Nebraska Iowa State

K-State 5th 5th 6th 6th 6th 6th 5th 6th

Medalist Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

Top K-State Finisher Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

Location Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Ames, Iowa Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Unknown

Runner-up Nebraska (597) Oklahoma (626) Oklahoma (605) Nebraska (946) Nebraska (944) Colorado (949) Oklahoma (895) Iowa State (917) Kansas (901) Kansas (939)

K-State 7th 5th 7th 6th 7th 5th 7th 7th 3rd 7th

Medalist Charlie Coe, OU (136) Dick Ashley, KU (149) Joe Gifford, NU (145) Graham Hunt, KSU (226) Joe Gifford, NU (229) Dan Molyneaux, ISU (224) Keith Alexander, CU (216) Bob Richards, KU (222) Bob Richards, KU (214) Jack Moore, OU (223)

Top K-State Finisher Unknown Unknown Unknown Graham Hunt (1st) Bill Bogess (T17th) Russell Hicks (T6th) Kent Poore (T13th) Ken Poore (T8th) Dave Smith (3rd) Dave Pfuetze (T4th)

Location Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Kansas City, Mo. Norman, Okla. Ames, Iowa Boulder, Colo. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb.

Runner-up Oklahoma (911) Missouri (932) Kansas (927) Colorado (892) Oklahoma (868) Oklahoma (869) Oklahoma (869) Oklahoma (928) Colorado (864) Oklahoma (607) Oklahoma State (861) Oklahoma (877) Oklahoma (917) Missouri (905) Missouri (890) Nebraska (869) Oklahoma (894) Oklahoma (902) Colorado (923) Oklahoma (916) Nebraska (907) Colorado (915) Colorado (891) Colorado (864) Oklahoma (886) Oklahoma (901) OU/OSU (908) Oklahoma (888) Oklahoma (872) Oklahoma (842) Oklahoma (875) Oklahoma (875) Oklahoma (880) Oklahoma (917) Oklahoma State (868) Kansas (889) Kansas (888) Kansas (880) Oklahoma (895)

K-State 6th 7th 8th 7th 7th 4th 6th 3rd 7th 5th 6th 4th 7th 8th 5th 5th 8th 8th DNP 6th 8th 8th 8th 8th 8th 8th 8th 8th 8th 8th 8th 8th 8th 8th 6th 7th 6th 5th 6th

Medalist Abe Justice, OSU (213) Jim Wright, OSU (219) Jim Wright, OSU (212) Bob Smith, OU (213) Dick Cammon, OSU (200) George Hixon, OSU (209) George Hixon, OSU (207) Bob Dickson, OSU (218) Hale Irwin, CU (218) Hale Irwin, CU (146) Grier Jones, OSU (210) Skip Graham, OU (214) Mike Holder, OSU (219) Danny Edwards, OSU (216) Danny Edwards, OSU (211) Don Bliss, OSU (209) Jamie Gonzales, OSU (219) Tom Jones, OSU (217) Lindy Miller, OSU (217) Lindy Miller, OSU (220) Lindy Miller, OSU (212) Bob Tway, OSU (215) Rafael Alarcon, OSU (213) Terry Kahl, CU (211) Willie Wood, OSU (211) Andrew Magee, OU (216) Scott Verplank, OSU (220) Grant Waite, OU (212) Brian Watts, OSU (211) Michael Bradley, OSU (206) E.J. Pfister, OSU (213) Kevin Wentworth, OSU Kevin Wentworth, OSU Matt Gogel, KU (219) Alan Bratton, OSU (210) Bobby Kalinowski, CU (210) Bobby Kalinowski, CU (217) Alan Bratton, OSU (211) Kris Cox, OSU (217)

Top K-State Finisher Dave Smith (T12th) Charles Hostetter (21st) Charles Hostetter (T22nd) Jim Colbert (11th) Larry Lewman (T5th) Jim Colbert (2nd) Jim Colbert (T14th) Ron Schmedemann (T3rd) Ron Schmedemann (T7th) Ron Schmedemann (9th) Doug Gray (T11th) Doug Gray (T18th) Doug Gray (T3rd) Paul Anderson (T25th) Doug Meier (13th) Paul Anderson (T5th) John Hensley (28th) Terry Brennan (T19th) DNP Scott Bunker (T10th) Scott Bunker (T9th) Scott Bunker (T26th) George Furney (T25th) Brad Johnson (30th) Robert Sedorcek (27th) Jack Day (28th) Robert Sedorcek (20th) Robert Sedorcek (T25th) Daran Neuschafer (T34th) Jeff Sedorcek (T29th) Jeff Sedorcek (T15) Jeff Sedorcek (T16th) Brett Vuillemin (T9th) Richard Laing (13th) Richard Laing (T7th) Richard Laing (12th) Scott Hovis (T12th) Chad Buckridge (T11th) Troy Halterman (7th)

Location Ames, Iowa Norman, Okla. Ames, Iowa Boulder, Colo. Columbia, Mo. Lawrence, Kan. Stillwater, Okla. Lincoln. Neb. Columbia, Mo. Norman, Okla. Boulder. Colo. Ames, Iowa Lawrence, Kan. Stillwater, Okla. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Norman, Okla Columbia, Mo. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. OK. City, Okla. Osage Beach, Mo. Hutchinson, Kan. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Edmond, Kan. Leawood, Kan. Hutchinson, Kan. Hutchinson, Kan. Hutchinson, Kan. Hutchinson, Kan. Hutchinson, Kan.

Runner-up Texas (892) Texas (905) Nebraska (859) Kansas (863) Oklahoma/Texas (904) Oklahoma State (851) Oklahoma State (898) Oklahoma (870) Oklahoma (877) Texas (862) Texas A&M (873) Texas (1,161) Colorado (1,163)

K-State 7th 12th 10th 10th 8th 7th T6th 4th 10th T10th 9th 8th 4th

Medalist Leif Westerberg, OSU (211) Hunter Haas, OU (218) David Gossett, UT (209) Charles Howell, OSU (200) Worth Williams, BU (215) Anders Hultman, OSU (203) Hunter Mahan, OSU (208) Jason Hartwick, Texas (204) Anthony Kim, OU (208) Matthew Rosenfeld, UT (210) Pablo Martin, OSU (211) Rickie Fowler, OSU (279) Morgan Hoffman, OSU (276)

Top K-State Finisher Matt Murdoch (14th) Brian Racette (T15th) Benninga & Milberger (T15th) Bryan Milberger (T8th) A.J. Elgert (T20th) Aaron Watkins (T6th) Matt Van Cleave (T16th) Aaron Watkins (T6th) Matt Van Cleave (4th) Ben Kern (T19th) Joe Ida (T22nd) Joe Ida (T16th) Robert Streb (3rd)

Location Hutchinson, Kan. Hutchinson, Kan. Hutchinson, Kan. Hutchinson, Kan. Hutchinson, Kan. Hutchinson, Kan. Tulsa, Okla. Hutchinson, Kan. Trinity, Texas Tulsa, Okla. Hutchinson, Kan. Trinity, Texas Hutchinson, Kan.

BIG SEVEN CONFERENCE Champion Oklahoma (584) Missouri (608) Kansas (604) Oklahoma (929) Oklahoma (934) Iowa State (909) Colorado (890) Oklahoma/Colorado (916) Oklahoma (890) Oklahoma (920)

BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE Year 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Champion Oklahoma State (898) Oklahoma State (890) Oklahoma State (879) Oklahoma State (865) Oklahoma State (844) Oklahoma State (849) Oklahoma State (845) Oklahoma State (900) Oklahoma State (854) Oklahoma State (592) Colorado (857) Oklahoma State (866) Oklahoma State (886) Oklahoma State (865) Oklahoma State (864) Oklahoma State (847) Oklahoma State (886) Oklahoma State (876) Oklahoma State (878) Oklahoma State (878) Oklahoma State (858) Oklahoma State (888) Oklahoma State (868) Oklahoma State (857) Oklahoma State (870) Oklahoma State (888) Missouri (903) Oklahoma State (869) Oklahoma State (866) Oklahoma State (837) Oklahoma State (861) Oklahoma State (875) Oklahoma State (849) Oklahoma State (889) Oklahoma (866) Oklahoma State (888) Oklahoma State (883) Oklahoma State (858) Oklahoma State (895)


Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957

BIG 12 CONFERENCE Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008* 2009*

Champion Oklahoma State (882) Oklahoma State (898) Kansas (857) Oklahoma State (851) Baylor (894) Texas (850) Texas (894) Texas (864) Oklahoma State (868) Oklahoma (858) Oklahoma State (866) Oklahoma State (1,141) Oklahoma State (1,149)

* In 2008 the Big 12 Championship became a 72-hole tournament.



K-STATE MEN’S GOLF Academic Honors GCAA/Cleveland Golf AllAmerica Scholars 199495 199596 200001 200102 200304 200405 200607

Troy Halterman Troy Halterman Matt Williams Matt Williams Matt Van Cleave Matt Van Cleave Kyle Yonke

AllDistrict VII 199495

Troy Halterman


AllConference Big Eight 199091 199091 199192 199192 199293 199293 199394 199495

Richard Laing David Sedlock Jim Brenneman Sean Robertson Jim Brenneman Sean Robertson Troy Halterman Troy Halterman

First Team Second Team First Team Honorable Mention First Team Honorable Mention First Team First Team

Brant Benninga Scott McNeely Dan Demory Scott McNeely Matt Williams Scott McNeely Matt Williams Scott McNeely Matt Williams Mark Sprecker Greg Douglas Aaron Watkins Greg Douglas Tim Moody Matt Van Cleave Matt Van Cleave Nick Shumacher Jonathan James Kyle Yonke Joe Kinney Jay Kramer Robert Streb Kyle Yonke Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Kyle Yonke Ross Geubelle Jason Schulte Daniel Wood Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team

Big 12 199798 199899 199900 199900 199900 200001 200001 200102 200102 200102 200203 200203 200304 200304 200304 200405 200405 200506 200506 200607 200607 200607 200607 200708 200708 200708 200809 200809 200809 200809 200809

Robert Streb became the irst Wildcat to be named a Ping All-American since 2004.

Conference Awards AllConference

National Awards Golfweek Preseason AllAmerica 199293

Richard Laing Honorable Mention

PING Division I AllAmerica 2004 2009

A.J. Elgert Honorable Mention Robert Streb Honorable Mention

AllBig 12 200203 Aaron Watkins 200304 Aaron Watkins 200405 Matt Van Cleave

PING All-Central Region Team 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2008 2009 2009

Aaron Watkins Aaron Watkins Matt Van Cleave Ben Kern Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Robert Streb

Conference Player of the year Big Eight 199293 Richard Laing

AllConference Tournament Team 199900 200102 200304 200304 200405

KState at the U.S. Amateur 1999 1999 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Scott McNeely Bryan Milberger Matt Williams Bryan Milberger Aaron Watkins Josh Persons Aaron Watkins A.J. Elgert Matt Van Cleave Tyler Cummins Robert Streb Robert Streb Mitchell Gregson

AllBig Eight 199192 Richard Laing 199293 Richard Laing

Bryan Milberger Aaron Watkins Matt Van Cleave Aaron Watkins Matt Van Cleave

Manhattan Catbackers Team Awards Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09


Low Fall Stroke Average

Low Spring Stroke Average

Bryan Milberger, Jr. 74.53 Aaron Watkins, So. 73.33 Aaron Watkins, Jr. 71.70 Aaron Watkins, Sr. 72.46 Matt Van Cleave, Jr. 72.46 Matt Van Cleave, Sr. 72.33 Ben Kern, Sr. 71.40 Kyle Yonke, Jr. 74.53 Mitchell Gregson, So. 72.94 Mitchell Gregson, Jr. 70.71

A.J. Elgert, Fr. A.J. Elgert, So. Aaron Watkins, Jr. A.J. Elgert, Sr.

75.29 73.83 74.40 74.00

Matt Williams, Jr. Aaron Watkins, Jr. Greg Douglas, Jr. Ben Kern, So.

Matt Van Cleave, Sr. Ben Kern, Sr. Robert Streb, So. Mitchell Gregson, So. Robert Streb, Sr.

72.33 73.75 74.95 72.86 72.05

Matt Van Cleave, Sr. Ben Kern, Sr. Kyle Yonke, Jr. Mitchell Gregson, So. Daniel Wood, So.


Most Improved Player

K-STATE MEN’S GOLF -AAlefs, Spencer Anderson, Paul Anschutz, Fredrick G. Athey, Joel Atkinson, Dick

-F2007-09 1971-73 1965,68 1964-66 1949-50

-B1948,50 1966-69 1995-99 1978 1965-66 1978 1947-49 1952 1931 1961-63 1964 1972-75 1959 1994-97 1968 1977-79 1986

Jim Colbert was the runner-up of the 1964 NCAA Championship.

-CCarlson, Jon Carlson, Calvin Case, Roland Clark, Zac Colbert, Chris Colbert, Jim Cook, Josh Crow, Kevin Crow Reagan Crow, Roger Cummins, Tyler Curtis, Bill

1978-79, 81 1962 1946-47 1995, 97-99 1984 1961, 63-64 1999-00 1982-85 1983 1935, 38 2005-06 1960

-DDahl, Mike 1978 Darland, Bob 1974-75 Day, Jackson 1983-86 Demory, Dan1997-98, 2000-01 Dietz, Jimmy 2003 Donnellan, Bobby 1990-91 Downey, Joe 1957-58 Douglas, Greg 2002-04 Dusenbury, Doug 1964

-EElgert, A.J. Elliott, Dale Everett, Arthur

2001-04 1952-53 1931

-S1983-86 1986 1987-90 1983-86 1947, 50 1946-47 1980-81 Richard Laing was the Big Eight player of the year in 1992 and 1993.

-GGelwix, Randy Geubelle, Ross Gomez, Chris Gorman, Richard Graham, Bill Graham, James J. Graham, John R. Gray, Doug Gray Jerry D. Green, Mont Gregson, Mitchell

1969-71 2008-09 1988 1940-41 1991-92 1965-67 1964-67 1969-70 1968 1979-80 2007-09

-HHacker, Roy Halterman, Troy Hanrahan, Pat Hays, Barney Herbel, Mike Hermann, Doug Hendricks, Arnold J Hensley, John L. Hicks, Russell Higgins, Jeremy Hipp, Dean Hite, Richard Holmberg, Eugene Holsinger, Joe Hooper, Frank Hooper, George Hostetler, Alvin Hostetler, Charles Hovis, Scott Hunt, Graham

1937 1994-96 1986 1935-37 1961 1980 1957-59 1971-73 1951-53 1997 1939 1979-80 1927,30 1927 1951 1959 1931-32 1958-60 1993-96 1951-53

-IIda, Joe


-JJames, Jonathan 2002-03,05-06 Jennings, Tim 1988-89 Johnson, Brad 1980-82 Johnson, Gary L. 1966, 68-69 Johnson, Scott 1981 Judd, Chad 1991-93

-KKaup, Steve 1975, 77 Keith, Walter 1939 Keller, Troy 1987-89 Kellogg, Bob 1937-38 Kenzie, David 1931-32 Kern, Ben 2003-06 Kershner, Gary 1961-62 Kesinger, Don 1960 King, Andy 1995, 97-98 Kinney, Joe 2006-09 Knight, Christopher 1972-73 Knight, Joey 1975, 77 Kramer, Jay 2006 Kruse, Jeff 1979

-LLaing, Richard 1991-93 Leeper, Bob 1968-70 Lewis, Gordon G. 1972-73 Lewman, Larry 1962-63 Lindblom, David M. 1972-73 Linn, Brian 1975, 78-79 Long, Dick 1960 Losch, Jason 1993-96 Lott, Dale 1927, 30 Lowery, Tim 1968-70 Lovell, C.L. Jr 1948 Lucas, Jim 1954

-MMahoney, Bill

Martin, Dick Matson, Randy McNeely, Scott Meier, Doug Milberger, Bryan Millard, Hall Miller, Toller Monahan, Willard Moody, Tim Moss, Bob Mueller, Larry Munday, Bill Murdoch, Matt Myers, Mike Myers, Chad

1950 1959 1960 1999-02 1969-72 1999-02 1941 1995 1941, 46 2003-04 1948-49 1977 1940 1997-98 1948-50 1995-96

-NNelson, David 1961 Nelson, Larry 1955 Neuschafer, Daran 1986-89 Nordstrom, Kenneth 1939 Novosel, John 1988

-OOlney, Brent E.


-PPaustian, James Peck, Dick Peel, Robert J. Persons, Josh Pfuetze, Dick Philbrick, Robert L. Phillips, Bob Pinney, Max Poore, Kent

1940-41 1951 1973 2003-04 1955-57 1971-72 1935 1994 1954-55

Schmedemann, Ron 1965-67 Schrock, Ty 1984 Schoenbeck, Tom 1970 Schulte, Jason 2007-09 Schumacher, Nick 2003-05 Schweizer, Bryan, 2001-03 Sears, Mark 1998-00 Sedlock, David 1987-90 Sedorcek, Jeff 1987-90 Sedorcek, Robert 1982-85 Seevers, Matt 1991 Shaw, Jerry 1962-64 Shellenberger, Charles 1965-67 Shields, John 1987-90 Siebert, Will 1991-94 Skiver, Bob 1953-54 Small, Mark 1982-83 Smell, Kyle 2008-09 Smith Dave 1956,58 Smith, Gerald 1956-58 Soldan, Daryn 2000-02 Sorenson, Rich 1977-80 Sprecker, Mark 2002 Stephens, Brad 1989-90 Streb, Robert 2006-09 Stretcher, John 1952-54

-TThames, Albert D. Thompson, Chris Tinker, Brady

1972-73 1990-91 1984

-VVan Cleave, Matt 2003-05 Vaughn, Doug 1975, 77-78 Vautravers, Randy 1977 Vuillemin, Brett 1989-92

-WWaldman, Brett Walker, Hays, lll Walter, B.J. Ward, Arlin Watkins, Aaron Weatherford, Jim Weddle, Chris Weeks, Charles Wells, Homer Wesche, D.C. Wheeler, Vince Williams, Matt Williams, Thaine Wilson, Ryan Windsheffel, John Wood, Daniel

1992-94 1954-56 1995-98 1940-41 2001-04 1955 1993 1938 1936 1936-38 1978 2000-02 1935, 38 2000 1974 2008-09


Batt, Bob Bell, Peter A. Benninga, Brant Benson, Jay Berkholtz, Dennis L. Beymer, Bob Bishop, Don Boggess, Bill Boone, George Bouchey, Bill Breit, Don Brennen, Terrance L. Buck, Frank Buckridge, Chad Bunker, Craig L. Bunker, Scott Byrne, K.C.

Fiscella, James Fowler, Curt Fowler, Todd A. French, Allen Funk, Bob Funk, Jay Furney, George

-RRacette, Brian Ranz, Edward Remick, Ben Richards, Bill Robertson, Sean Robins, Robert Rodemich, Todd Runberg, David A.


1997-99 1963 1927 1946 1991-93 1951 2000 1973

Kyle Yonke ranks seventh in career rounds played with 114.

-YYonke, Kyle York, Benjamin C. York, Benny Young, Ronald

2005-08 1969 1939-40 1956-57




It's a great time to be a K-Stater! In 2009, K-State welcomed a new president and a new athletic director, who will build on the successes of the past and create a bright new future. Kirk Schulz accepted the K-State presidency because he is impressed with all of the outstanding programs and successes of our faculty, staff and students and with the passion K-Staters have for their university. K-Staters connect with our new resident via his blog, Twitter and Facebook. Check out his Web site at HISTORY AND LOCATION Founded on Feb. 16, 1863, Kansas State University is the oldest public institution of higher education in Kansas and one of the nation's first landgrant universities. Throughout its history, K-State's mission has been rooted in the principles set forth in the Morrill Act - to provide teaching, research and service to the citizens of Kansas, the nation and the world. The university's 644-acre wooded main campus with historical limestone buildings is located in Manhattan. K-State also has a campus in Salina, and another coming soon in Olathe, along with numerous extension fields, offices and other facilities in Kansas and Nebraska. The Salina campus offers bachelor's and associate degrees in aviation and engineering technologies. Air service in and out of Manhattan Regional Airport connects the city with major airports all over the Midwest and South. Located five miles north of campus is Tuttle Creek Reservoir, a favorite outlet of students for boating, water skiing, swimming and fishing.


ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE K-State is the only research university in the United States to have three national CASE/Carnegie professors of the year. All three are active teachers: Michael Wesch, 2008 national winner; Chris Sorensen, 2007 national winner; and Dean Zollman, 1996 national winner. Look for "kstate" on YouTube to see lectures by them and other great faculty. More than 250 majors and programs are offered in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Business Administration, Agriculture, Education, Architecture, Planning and Design, Human Ecology, Technology and Aviation and Veterinary Medicine. The Graduate School offers 67 master's degrees, 39 doctoral degrees, five educational doctorate programs and 33 graduate certificates in multiple disciplines across campus. More than $185 million is available in student financial assistance, including $11 million in scholarships. Seven out of 10 students receive financial assistance. Even with 23,000 students, K-State is committed to individualized education whenever possible. For example, freshman English classes have no more than 22 students, introductory chemistry labs average 15 students, introductory art classes average 19 students and speech classes are limited to 23 students. Seventy percent of classes have 30 students or less and the average class size for all undergraduate classes is 23 students. Ninety percent of classes have less than 49 students.



Chalmers Hall


ACADEMIC RECOGNITION K-State is one of just 63 public universities - that's the top 4-percent - identified by the Carnegie Foundation as having "very high research activity." K-State is a leader on the cutting edge of research discoveries. The university has received almost $250 million in research grants. And faculty scientists and graduate students aren't the only ones conducting research. K-State undergraduates have rich opportunities to work side-by-side with some of the nation's best authorities in their fields. Many students begin undergraduate research their freshman year.

QUALITY AND AFFORDABILITY K-State was featured as one of America’s best in the Princeton Review’s “The Best 368 Colleges” (2008). KState was also ranked in the top 25 of America's best "cutting-edge schools" in You Are Here: A Guide to Over 380 Colleges and Unlimited Paths to Your Future. K-State was the only school from the Big 12 Conference to make the cut (2008). You can even earn while you learn by taking a campus job. Last year, student workers brought home more than $15 million helping run the university. Graduates face a promising future when they walk away from K-State with a bachelor's degree in hand. According to a report by the university's Career and Employment Services, more than 90 percent of recent bachelor's degree graduates surveyed are employed or are continuing their education through graduate school or some other program. More than half of the graduates surveyed who went to work took jobs in Kansas.

When you’re ready to do some serious research about Kansas State University just head for our website, You can schedule a campus visit, learn more about K-State's 250 majors and programs, or just scroll through the thousands of different reasons why it's great to be a Wildcat.

MISSION STATEMENT Kansas State University is a comprehensive, research, land-grant institution first serving students and the people of Kansas, and also the nation and the world. Since its founding in 1863, the University has evolved into a modern institution of higher education, committed to quality programs, and responsive to a rapidly changing world and the aspirations of an increasingly diverse society. Together with other major comprehensive universities, K-State shares responsibilities for developing human potential, expanding knowledge, enriching cultural expression, and extending its expertise to individuals, business, education, and government. These responsibilities are addressed through an array of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, research and creative activities, and outreach and public service programs. In addition, its land-grant mandate, based on federal and state legislation, establishes a focus to its instructional, research, and extension activities which is unique among the Regents' institutions. Through quality teaching, the University is committed to provide all students with opportunities to develop the knowledge, understanding, and skills characteristic of an educated person. It is also pledged to prepare students for successful employment or advanced studies through a variety of disciplinary and professional degree programs. To meet these intentions, the institution dedicates itself to providing academic and extracurricular learning experiences which promote and value both excellence and cultural diversity. Kansas State University prepares its students to be informed, productive, and responsible citizens who participate actively in advancing cultural, educational, economic, scientific, and socio-political undertakings. Research and other creative endeavors comprise an essential component of Kansas State's mission. All faculty members contribute to the discovery and dissemination of new knowledge.


KSU Gardens

K-State Union

Beach Museum


Academic achievement of the institution is drawing national acclaim as well. K-State students have won more Truman scholarships, more Goldwater scholarships and more Phi Kappa Phi Fellowships than any other public university in the nation. Over the past twenty-five years, Kansas State University has ranked No. 1 in the nation among public universities in Rhodes, Truman, Marshall, Goldwater and Udall Scholars. We’ve earned our reputation as the “Student Scholar Capital of America.” K-State students have an outstanding record of acceptance into professional schools. Over the past four years, 70-percent of our qualified pre-med applicants were accepted into medical schools; 100-percent of our pre-optometry and 82-percent of our pre-dentistry students were accepted into their respective professional schools. Over the past five years, 98-percent of students who participated in our pre-law program were accepted into law schools.

Alumni Center


K-STATE MEN’S GOLF Kansas State has nine colleges offering bachelor's degrees in more than 100 fields, 60 master's degree programs and 42 doctoral degree programs.



Dean: TBA  Seven of the college's faculty have been recognized as the top teachers in the region and nation through the U.S.D.A. Food and Agricultural Sciences Excellence in College and University Teaching Awards Program. No other university has had more than five of their faculty recognized through this prestigious teacher recognition program.  Offers the only bachelor's programs in bakery, feed, and milling science and management in the world.  One-of-a-kind national programs include horticultural therapy; international meat and livestock, international grains; golf course management; and a master's in agribusiness.  Majors: Agriculture; General Agribusiness; Agricultural economics; Agricultural education; Agricultural communication and journalism; Agricultural technology management; Agronomy; Animal sciences and industry; Bakery science and industry; Feed science and management; Food science and industry; Grain science and industry; Horticulture; Milling science and management; Park management and conservation; Pre-veterinary medicine.

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND DESIGN Dean: Tim de Noble - 785.532.5950; Email:  Accredited 5-year master’s degree in architecture, interior architecture and product design, landscape architecture, and regional and community planning. This combination of disciplines makes this college one of the most comprehensive design schools in the nation. Tim de Noble  The College's graduates are partners and principals in hundreds offirms worldwide.  In the 2010 DesignIntelligence rankings by nearly 400 employers, the bachelor of interior architecture/design programs and the bachelor of landscape architecture are ranked third  The interior architecture and interior design programs were both ranked No. 7 in a 2010  The mastor of landscape architecture program was ranked No. 4 in the 2010 national survey.  Majors: Architecture; Interior architecture and product design; Landscape architecture; Regional and community planning.

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Interim Dean: Brian Spooner - 785.532.6900; Email:  Contains more than 20 departments and offers a number of special programs and secondary majors. It also offers approximately 85 percent of all freshman courses and 65 percent of all credits taught.  Every student will take classes from the College of Arts and Sciences. Brian Spooner  Home to many of K-State’s top students, the college has produced eight of school’s 12 Rhodes Scholars and 23 of the university’s 28 Truman Scholars.  Encompassing studies in the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities and fine arts, the college offers more than 115 degree programs and pre-professional options.  Majors: Anthropology, Art, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry - Chemical Science, Clinical Laboratory Science, Economics, English - Creative Writing, Literature, and Literature with Teaching Certificate, Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology - BioDiversity & Conservation, Fisheries Ecology & Management, and Wildlife Ecology & Management, Geography, Geology, History, Humanities, Kinesiology - Nutrition & Exercise Science and Health Fitness Instructor, Life Sciences, Journalism and Mass Communications, Mathematics, Microbiology, Modern Languages - French, German, Russian, and Spanish, Music Education, Music, Applied Music, Philosophy, Physical Science, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Social Science, Social Work, Sociology - Criminology, Speech Communications, Statistics, Theatre - Dance, and Women Studies. Pre-Professional Programs: Pre-Law, Pre-Chiropractic Medicine, Pre-Health Information Management, PreOccupational Therapy, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Medince, Pre-Dentistry Pre-Dental Hygiene, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Veterinary Medicine.

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Dean: Yar Ebadi - 785.532.7227; Email:  The College of Business Administration is among the 10% of business schools in the United States that are accredited in both the business and accounting programs by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business Yar Ebadi (AACSB).  AACSB International, the premier accrediting association for business schools, recognizes the K-State Ethics Education program on its Ethics Education Resource Webpage identifying “Effective Practices” in Ethics Education.  Ninety percent or more of the college’s graduates are gainfully employed or enrolled in graduate programs within three months of their graduation.  The college is home to the Center for the Advancement of Entrepreneurship (CAE), a newly formed venture that represents a major focus of the university, developing an understanding of the Entrepreneurial culture and process – from idea generation to the implementation of the new business venture – across the diverse population of the university community. A new Entrepreneurship major offered in the College is a foundational element of the Center.  The Center for Leadership helps Kansas businesses and non-profit organizations with management questions; shares knowledge about managing and leading organizations through training, workshops, coaching and sponsors research on topics in business leadership.  The college has developed an innovative new graduate certificate in Management of Animal Health Related Organizations. The new certificate is a result of collaboration with the College of Veterinary Medicine, the K-State Beef Cattle Institute and industry leaders in the area of animal health. The certificate will serve as an excellent link to firms of the animal health corridor located between Manhattan, Kan., and Columbia, Mo., and employees of the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF).  Majors: Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Management, Marketing, Management Information Systems (MIS).


COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Dean: Michael Holen - 785.532.5525; Email:  K-State graduates more teachers than any other university in Kansas.  The college houses the largest undergraduate major (Elementary Education), largest undergraduate minor (Leadership Studies), and largest graduate program (English as a Second Language) in the university. Michael Holen  The American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education ranked K-State among the top 10 producers of science and math teachers.  The college provides a comprehensive array of teacher preparation programs with 23 undergraduate areas. All programs are accredited by the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).  Faculty write books, give invited presentations and direct significant education reform projects with about $8 million annually in grants, most funded by the U.S Department of Education.  The college’s major nationally competitive grants focus on school reform, improving the preparation and professional development of teachers, using modern technologies to improve student learning, and promoting equitable educational opportunity for all children.  Majors: Adult and continuing education, Educational administration and leadership, Elementary education, Secondary education, Special education, Counseling and student development.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Dean: John R. English - 785.532.5590; Email:  The college houses the National Gas Machinery Laboratory, the natural gas industry’s leading independent turbocharger research and development test facility.  Home to the Institute for Environmental Research, the first of its John R. English kind in the world on a college campus.  Civil Infrastructures Systems Laboratory houses one of six accelerated testing facilities in the nation, capable of testing large-scale pavement, structural, and bridge elements.  The Advanced Manufacturing Institute has been named a Fabricators and Manufactures Association Education Center—one of the nine in the world.  Cited twice by the National Society of Professional Engineers for its outstanding professional programs, one of just 10 colleges in the nation so honored.  The college’s nuclear reactor is the fifth highest-powered university reactor in the natio. The mechanical and nuclear engineering department now operates the only university research nuclear reactor in an 11-state contiguous region of the Plains states.  The college is the second largest architectural engineering program in the nation and has been selected by the journal, Consulting & Specifying Engineer, as the preferred source for entry-consulting engineers.  Majors: Architectural engineering; Biological and agricultural engineering; Chemical engineering; Civil engineering; Computer engineering; Construction science and management; Electrical engineering; Industrial engineering; Information systems; Mechanical engineering.

COLLEGE OF HUMAN ECOLOGY Dean: Virginia Moxley - 785.532.5500; Email:  The college focuses on teaching, research and outreach that support the quality of human life.  The college is the third largest for undergraduates and ranks seventh nationally in number of grants and contracts awarded. Virgina Moxely  The largest nutrition and exercise sciences undergraduate program in the nation.  An interior design program that is consistently ranked among the top four in the country.  A communication sciences and disorders program that is ranked 11th of 166 masters-only program by U.S. News and World Report in 2006.  A distance dietetics program with students in 30 states and six other countries.  Majors: Apparel and textiles; Athletic training; Communication sciences and disorders; Dietetics; Early childhood education; Family studies and human services (Family life and community services, Lifespan human development, Personal financial planning); Hotel and restaurant management; Human ecology; Interior design; Nutrition and exercise sciences; Nutritional sciences; Public health nutrition.

COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND AVIATION Dean: Dennis Kuhlman - 785.826.2601; Email:  K-State at Salina, Home of the College of Technology and Aviation, became a member of the K-State family in 1991 following a merger with the former Kansas College of Technology. The citizens have invested over $5 million in the campus and enrollment has grown over 84 percent. Dennis Kuhlman  The school has added over $10 million in new aircraft and equipment and over $2.6 million in endowed KSU Foundation funds.  The only school in Kansas to offer an FAA-certified bachelor’s degree in aviation maintenance and professional pilot.  Majors: Applied business; Applied Technologies; Aviation maintenance; Construction engineering technology; Computer systems technology; Electronic and computer engineering technology; Mechanical engineering technology; Professional pilot; Technology management; Web development technology.

COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE Dean: Ralph Richardson - 785.532.5660; Email:  One of the nation's leading veterinary colleges with a continual commitment to good teaching since 1905.  Opportunities are provided to work with house pets, livestock and exotic animals. Ralph Richardson  Some research specialties include equine exercise physiology, genetic disease in animals, respiratory physiology, stress and immunity defense mechanisms and animal sports medicine.  Professional students earn their Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees while completing the four-year curriculum.



AARON WATKINS B.S. Social Science ‘04 PGA Tour Golfer

B.S. Journalism ‘77 “The NFL on CBS” Announcer

SAM BROWNBACK B.S. Economics ‘79 U.S. Senator

PAT ROBERTS B.S. Journalism ‘58 U.S. Senator

WARREN STALEY B.S. Engineering ‘65 President of Cargill, Inc.



Professional Golfer


Three-time Emmy Award and Grammy Award Winner



John Allen, Former Chief Operating Officer, Cincinnati Reds Kirstie Alley, Actress of “Cheers”, “Veronica’s Closet”, “Fat Actress” fame Thane Baker, Olympic gold medalist in track and field John Bilbrey, President of Hershey North America Rolando Blackman, Former NBA All-Star and current Dallas Mavericks assistant coach Joseph Boakai, Vice President of Liberia Craig Bolerjack, Play-by-Play Announcer, “The NFL on CBS” and “Voice of the Utah Jazz” Erin Brockovich, enviromental activist, the movie, Erin Brockovich, is patterned after her life Sam Brownback, Current U.S. Senator from Kansas and Republican candidate for the 2008 U.S. Presidency Susan Buchanan, Co-founder of Aurum Software John Carlin, Former Governer of Kansas and former Archivist of the United States Jim Colbert, Retired Professional golfer, leading money winner on the 1995 and 1996 Senior Tour Hashim Dabbas, Energy Minister of Jordan Herbert Dimond, inventor of the snooze alarm clock DeLoss Dodds, Athletics Director at the University of Texas Paul C. Fisher, President of Fisher Pen Company (invented space pen for NASA) Marlin Fitzwater, Press Secretary for both Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush Steve Fritz, Olympic track and field athlete Margaret Grosh, Senior economist at The World Bank Mike Hayden, Former Kansas Governor Kenny Harrison, Olympic gold medalist triple jumper Kirby Hocutt, Athletics Director at University of Miami (Fla.) Velina Houston, Award-winning playwright and screenwriter for PBS and 20th Century Fox Tim Jankovich, Men’s Basketball Coach, Illinois State University Gene Keady, former head basketball coach at Purdue University Ed King, Retired chairman of the board, King Radio Corp. Scott Kraft, National Editor, Los Angeles Times Lon Kruger, Men’s Basketball Coach, University of Nevada-Las Vegas Jim Latham, Former commander U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds Shalee Lehning, Professional Basketball Player for the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream Lynn Markel, Vice-president and CFO for Koch Industries, Inc. Richard Myers, Former Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Bud Newell, inventor of Med Bed Medical Rescue Unit, used in the movie Any Given Sunday Gary Patterson, Head Football Coach at Texas Christian University Richard Pearson, Former President and COO of TWA and former senior vice president of American Airlines. Bill Porter, Founder and chairman emeritus of E-Trade Donald G. Prigmore, President of GTE-Sprint Samuel Ramey, Basso cantante with New York City Opera Constance Ramos, Architect on the ABC Television show, “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” John Rhodes, Retired Minority Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives Pat Roberts, Current U.S. Senator from Kansas Bernard Rogers, Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Richard Rogers, U.S. District Court Judge Neera Singh, Pioneer in the development of cellular technology John Slaughter, Former president of Occidental College and former head of the National Science Foundation Austra Skyjyte, 2004 Olympic silver medalist in the heptathlon and two-time NCAA champion Pete Souza, White House photographer Warren Staley, President and CEO of Cargill Inc., the largest privately-owned corporation in the U.S. Eric Stonestreet, Actor on ABC sitcom “Modern Family” Bob Stull, Athletics Director at University of Texas-El Paso Jay Ungar, Grammy Award-winning composer and performer Aaron Watkins, PGA Tour golfer Jerry Wexler, influential producer at Atlantic Records inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987 Dr. Sheahon Zenger, Athletics Director at Illinois State University

 AUSTRA SKYJYTE Two-time NCAA track and field champion (third from left) was the silver medalist in the heptathlon at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.

 TIM JANKOVICH Head Men’s Basketball Coach, Illinois State University




University President Virginia Tech ‘86

Chosen in February 2009 by the Kansas Board of Regents as the 13th president of Kansas State University, Kirk H. Schulz immediately set to work getting to know people and programs around the university. An avid communicator, he began writing letters to the campus community soon after he was selected as president. He also blogs, tweets and makes himself available to news media on a regular basis. He has been meeting with faculty, staff and students on a regular basis as well. This fall, he plans to bring the campus community together to develop a vision of what K-State will look like in 2025. Schulz is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Before coming to K-State, he served as vice president for research and economic development at Mississippi State University. Schulz began his career in 1991 as an assistant professor of chemical engineering at the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks. He moved in 1995 to Michigan Tech as an assistant professor of chemical engineering. He was promoted to associate professor in 1998 and was named chair of the department of chemical engineering at Michigan Tech the same year.

Schulz was born in Portsmouth, Va., in 1963 and grew up in Norfolk,Va., where he attended Norfolk Christian High School. He attended Old Dominion University for three years and transferred to Virginia Tech in 1984. He graduated with B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in chemical engineering in 1986 and 1991, respectively. He completed his doctoral work in metal oxide surface chemistry under the direction of Dr. David Cox. He is a member of ABET, the recognized accreditor for college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering and technology. He is also a member of its Engineering Accreditation Commission. Schulz is an active member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and also the American Society for Engineering Education. In recognition of his work in chemical engineering, he was named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2007 and a Fellow of the American Society for Engineering Education in 2008. Schulz is married to Dr. Noel Nunnally Schulz, Paslay professor of electrical and computer engineering at K-State. They have two sons, Tim, a freshman at Mississippi State University, and Andrew, a freshman at Manhattan High School. Kirk Schulz's parents are Carl and Judy Schulz, Norfolk, Va.

In 2001, he moved to Mississippi State University to become director of the Dave C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering and holder of the Earnest W. Deavenport Jr. endowed chair. In 2005, he was selected as dean of the James Worth Bagley College of Engineering and the inaugural holder of the Earnest W. and Mary Ann Deavenport Jr. endowed chair. In 2007, he was named interim vice president for research and economic development and was named to the permanent position later that year.



Joseph Denison 1863 to 1873

Reginald L. Robinson President & CEO

John A. Anderson 1873 to 1879

Jill Docking Chair, Wichita

George T. Fairchild 1879 to 1897

Gary Sherrer Vice- Chair, Overland Park

Thomas E. Will 1897 to 1899

Christine Downey-Schmidt Inman

Ernest R. Nichols 1899 to 1909

Donna Shank Liberal

Henry J. Waters 1909 to 1917

Jerry Boettcher Beloit

William M. Jardine 1918 to 1925

Dan Lykins Topeka

Francis D. Farrell 1925 to 1943

Richard Hedges Fort Scott

Milton S. Eisenhower 1943 to 1950

Janie Perkins Garden City

James A. McCain 1950 to 1975 Duane C. Acker 1975 to 1986 Jon Wefald 1986 to 2009 Kirk Schulz 2009



K-STATE MEN’S GOLF JOHN CURRIE Athletics Director Wake Forest ‘93


Tennessee’s athletic facilities as a whole beneitted from Currie’s efforts as the development ofice secured individual-naming recognition gifts that included $4 million for a new aquatic center, $2 million for a new softball stadium, $1.5 million for a new soccer stadium and $2 million for baseball renovations. Tennessee’s track complex also was renovated, while ground was broken last summer for a new Greg Norman-designed intercollegiate golf practice complex and clubhouse. Currie oversaw the development and execution of a comprehensive marketing plan in 2005 that led to attendance at SEC home basketball games improving 54 percent from the previous year, while student attendance increased by 197 percent. John Currie, who was introduced as Kansas State’s 15th Director of Athletics on May 18, has emphasized the importance of accessibility and accountability early in his tenure as K-State sets its sights on achieving the vision of having a model intercollegiate athletics program. A highlight of Currie’s early initiatives was the implementation of the “K-State Pledge” in July which includes a series of inancial accountability measures and core values that will serve as the foundation of K-State’s vision. Among those values are ive goals: a world-class student-athlete experience; value to the University, city and state; integrity and transparency in relation to ethics, inance and NCAA compliance; championship-level athletic performances; and the best fan experience in the Big 12. In an effort to create the best fan experience possible, Currie’s staff created new ticket initiatives for football that led to the largest home-opening crowd in Bill Snyder Family Stadium history on September 5, 2009 (50,750). In his irst 60 days on the job, Currie also worked to establish relationships across campus, through steps such as personally visiting with K-State deans in their respective ofices. He also serves as a member of President Kirk Schulz’s cabinet and has made presentations and held question and answer sessions with many other campus organizations. Currie also immediately implemented a communications plan in an effort to regain the trust of all Wildcat fans, which included in-person stops throughout the state, regular online letters and chats and K-State’s irst-ever FanForum conference call, which saw more than 3,000 fans participate.

Currie joined the Tennessee staff in 1997 as Executive Director of the Volunteer Athletic Scholarship Fund (VASF). Following a two-year stint as Assistant Athletics Director at Wake Forest, Currie returned to Knoxville in 2000 as Assistant Athletics Director for Development and served as director for the "STEP UP" campaign. As UT’s irst-ever capital campaign, it exceeded its goal and reached a total of $48.6 million, $4 million over the intended goal, with gifts from 870 donors. In 2002, Currie was promoted to Associate Athletics Director for Development.

He served as President of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) development oficers group for 2004-05, chaired the 2007 CASE national athletic development conference and was a member of the SEC ticket policy committee. The Knoxville News Sentinel recognized Currie in December 2008 by naming him to its prestigious “Top 40 Leaders Under 40” list. He began his professional career at Wake Forest in 1993 as a Deacon Club intern before being named Assistant Deacon Club Director in 1994, a position he held until 1997. Highlights of Currie’s stints at Wake Forest include developing student and young alumni programs, creating a new endowment and planned giving program, managing the coaches circle volunteer program and assisting in the leadership of the “Touchdown 2000” football ield house and Miller Center basketball practice/academic counseling facility campaigns.

Currie earned his master’s in sports management from Tennessee in 2003 and is a 1993 Wake Forest graduate. He and his wife Mary Lawrence, have three children, Jack, Virginia and Mary-Dell.

Understanding the importance of coaching continuity in building successful programs, Currie moved quickly to sign 2009 Big 12 Baseball Coach of the Year Brad Hill and women’s basketball head coach Deb Patterson to contract extensions and also led the effort to complete the ive-year contract for legendary returning football coach Bill Snyder. Currie began his duties as Athletics Director on June 8 after 10 years at the University of Tennessee, most recently serving as Executive Associate Athletics Director for Athletic Director Mike Hamilton. Currie was responsible for the direct management of units that annually produced $84 million in revenue and gifts, including the department’s fundraising, marketing, ticketing, media relations, public relations, internet and broadcasting ofices. Currie also provided oversight for the men’s basketball program and other department initiatives and helped direct numerous searches that led to the hiring of successful head coaches. An integral member of the facility planning team for UT’s $200 million master plan renovations for Neyland Stadium, Currie also directed a $36 million arena renovation and basketball practice facility construction project that was completed in the fall of 2007. He developed and implemented the revenue models to fund both projects without outside funding from the state or local government, tax dollars or University-derived support. Currie’s accomplishments at Tennessee included helping the University secure a $50 million commitment in 2006 for academic and athletic needs, a gift which represented the largest from an individual in Tennessee history. Units under his direction also negotiated an $84 million multi-media rights contract with thenHost Communications, and a $19.3 million all-sport contract with Adidas. Under his leadership, giving to Tennessee athletics more than doubled from $19.5 million in 2003 to $41.6 million in 2008. Currie led the negotiation and implementation of new student season ticket sales for football in 2008, resulting in $900,000 of new department revenue in its irst year. He also implemented new regular-season football sales strategies that helped Tennessee set a new single-game attendance record of 109,061 in 2004.



K-STATE MEN’S GOLF SCHOOL SONGS The Alma Mater was selected as a result of a 1903 campus contest. H.W. Jones (’88) was responsible for K-State’s prized result. Jones’ original work was four stanzas including the chorus. His version has been slightly altered over the years to include just two stanzas and the changing of the words from Kansas State Agricultural College to Kansas State University.

ALMA MATER “I know a spot that I love full well, ’Tis not in forest nor yet in dell, ever it holds me with magic spell, I think of thee Alma Mater. “KSU, we’ll carry the banner high, KSU long, long may thy colors fly. Loyal to thee thy children shall swell the cry. “Hail, Hail, Hail Alma Mater.”


WILDCAT VICTORY “Fight you K-State Wildcats. For Alma Mater fight-fight-fight. “Glory in the combat for the purple and white. Faithful to our colors, we shall ever be, fighting ever fighting for a Wildcat Victory!”


WILDCAT NICKNAME Through its first 19 seasons of athletic competition, Kansas State had used “Aggies” as its nickname. But prior to the 1915 season, new coach John “Chief” Bender gave his squad the nickname “Wildcats.” The moniker lasted the one season Bender coached at K-State. Under Coach Z.G. Clevenger in 1917, the school team became known as the “Farmers.” In 1920 new coach, Charles Bachman, took over the program, renaming the team “Wildcats.” This time, the nickname stuck.

WILLIE WILDCAT Willie, a student bedecked in a oversized Wildcat head, is Kansas State’s No. 1 fan. Willie Wildcats are selected yearly by a panel appointed by the cheerleading coach. The mascot is a central part of athletic contests, but also attends functions around the state as an ambassador. Traditionally, the identity of the student portraying Willie is kept secret.

TOUCHDOWN I-XI In 1922, Hall-of-Famer Charles Bachman asked alumni to consider donating an actual Wildcat to the school to serve as a mascot. KSAC alumni Herbert R. Groome and John E. McCoy, both veterinarians in Twin Falls, Idaho, donated “Touchdown I” to the school shortly after the animal was nursed back to health under their care. (The bobcat had an encounter with a porcupine, and his face and throat were punctured by numerous quills. Unfortunately, Touchdown I never fully recovered from its fight, dying of pneumonia shortly after arriving in Manhattan.) Although the bobcats have served as K-State’s wildcat mascot since 1922, the animals no longer attend K-State games. Touchdown XI, the 11th in the line, was kept at Manhattan’s Sunset Zoo.

Everyone knows that familiar tune Wabash Cannonball. In fact, Wabash and KState are almost synonymous. What many people do not know is how the song became an integral part of Wildcat athletics. In the fall of 1969 the department of music burnt down. Every piece of music in the building was destroyed. The only thing that was salvaged was what was in the band director’s brief case. That included a piece of music titled the Wabash Cannonball. With an upcoming football game and no music, that left only one thing to do. The band members played the song loud and often. A song that originally had no connection to KSU became a second fight song.

SLOGANS Several chants and slogans are used in association with the team. “Purple Pride” and “Eat ‘Em Up, Eat ‘Em Up K-S-U” are just a few. One slogan that has virtually died out is “Every Man A Wildcat.” The term was popular in the ’50s, ’60s and early ’70s, and once adorned the front of the Ahearn Field House press box. Since the term referred to only one gender, however, it has faded. Kansas State, itself, is referred to in many different shortened versions. The most popular is “K-State”, which is used by alums, friends and journalists from coast to coast.

K-STATE COLORS The school color Royal Purple was adopted in the fall of 1896 by a committee of “Miss Minnie L. Copeland, Jr. and Miss Winnifred Houghton and Miss Ina E. Holyrod, of the senior class, and perhaps one or more others.” Although K-State’s only official color is purple, white has been used as a complimentary color for many years. Silver is also a common second or third color. Former basketball coach Cotton Fitzsimmons incorporated gold during his two-year stint (196870), but gold or yellow has not been used since that time. The term “Purple Pride,” which is often used in association with KSU athletics, was given rise during the tenure of head football coach Vince Gibson (1967-74).

POWERCAT LOGO One of the most recognizable athletic logos in the nation is the K-State Powercat. The logo was introduced by Bill Snyder shortly after his arrival in Manhattan as the attitude of the entire athletics department and university was changing. Manhattan native Tom Bookwalter, in cooperation with head coach Bill Snyder, created the powerful logo that is a prominent feature on the football helmet, at Wagner Field, on the back of the Dev Nelson Pressbox, clothing, flags, bottled water, vanity plates for cars and just about anywhere in Manhattan. Previous logos used by the athletics department included a line drawing of a wildcat head and the cartoonish “Willie the Wildcat” that is used only by the Alumni Association.










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What Every Alumnus and Booster of Kansas State University Should Know About the NCAA

As a supporter of K-State, you have a lot of pride in your school. You are proud of KSU’s high academic standards, our adherence to values and the overall quality of the K-State experience. Kansas State has a long tradition of integrity but to help assure compliance with NCAA and conference rules, please take a few minutes to read this information. The eligibility of Kansas State’s student-athletes and reputation of the department and university depend greatly upon your cooperation. Key Point A “representative” of Kansas State’s athletic interests is: an individual who is known (or who should have been known) by a member of K-State’s executive or athletics administration to: A) have participated in or to be a member of an agency or organization promoting KSU athletics. B) have made financial contributions to the athletic dept. or to an athletic booster organization of K-State. C) have been involved otherwise in promoting the institution’s athletic program. D) bought or received tickets to a K-State athletics event. Key Rule: NCAA BYLAW 13.01.5 In Division I, representatives of athletics interest are prohibited from making in-person, on-or-off campus recruiting contacts, written, telephonic communications or e-mail transactions with a prospect or the prospect’s relatives or legal guardians. Interpretations 1. A representative of a Division I institution is prohibited from making in-person recruiting contact with a prospect and his or her parents/guardian on or off campus.




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Limited Exception: You may have contact with a prospect regarding permissible preenrollment activities such as summer employment, provided the prospect has already signed a National Letter of Intent and K-State is aware that you are making these contacts in regard to employment. 2. A Division I representative is prohibited from writing or telephoning a prospect and his or her parents or legal guardians. Limited Exception: You may have a phone conversation with a prospect only if the prospect initiates the call. Such a call may not be prearranged by a K-State staff member and you are not permitted to have a recruiting conversation, but may exhibit normal civility. You must refer any questions about the University’s athletic program to the athletic department. 3. A representative is prohibited from contacting a prospect’s coach, principal, or counselor in an attempt to evaluate the prospect. Limited Exception: NCAA rules do not preclude you from viewing a prospect’s contest on your own initiative, but you may not contact the prospect, pick up game films or transcripts. What can I do? If you know of a high school or junior college student-athlete who might want to attend Kansas State, the only permissible activity for a representative is to call the appropriate KState coach. What is an “Extra Benefit?” An extra benefit would include provision of any transportation, meals, clothes, entertainment, preferential loan terms, wages not commensurate with duties, or other benefits offered to a prospect or current student-athlete which is unavailable to the general student population.

What can you do with prospects? DO feel free to attend high school and junior college athletic events. You simply cannot have any contact with the prospective studentathletes or relatives. Should you find yourself seated next to parents of a prospect, DO NOT initiate conversation with the relatives. If conversation is initiated with you, respond in a civil manner, but DO NOT discuss K-State’s athletic program with them. If they raise questions about athletics, remind them that the NCAA prohibits you from discussing athletics with them. Direct their questions to the athletic department. You MAY discuss the University in general, and its academic programs. DO continue established family relationships with friends and neighbors. Contacts with sons and daughters of those families are permitted as long as they are not made for recruiting purposes and are not prompted by Wildcat coaching staff members. You ARE permitted to play “pick up” games, continue neighborhood picnics or backyard barbecues and engage in your normal activities with prospects and their parents who are family friends. DO feel free to attend a public event (i.e. awards dinner) at which prospects are in attendance. NO attempt should be made to contact or recruit the prospect at these events.



DO feel free to invite a team for dinner or to meet with a group of alumni in a city where they are competing. The NCAA permits student-athletes AS A TEAM to receive special benefits not permitted as individuals. Arrangements for such events must be made in advance with the head coach or appropriate athletic staff member. Other questions and answers: Q. May I accompany the coach during a “home” visit with the prospect? A. No Q. May a booster group finance a seasonending banquet? May it purchase any awards for the team? A. Yes, provided all funds are expended through the athletic department. Since the NCAA has established a value limit on awards received by student-athletes, it is important to have all awards approved by the athletic department.

Additional Reminders 1. Please contact the athletic department for NCAA rules interpretations. 2. Remember that in most cases: CONTACT is prohibited. 3. If you think it is wrong then it probably is wrong. 4. No question is too dumb to ask. 5. Questions: Call 785-532-6910

What can I do for current K-State athletes? DO feel free to invite a student-athlete to your home for an occasional meal, but you must first contact the coach in the sport in which the student-athlete is a participant. Remember, the student-athlete must provide his or her own transportation. You may do this a max of once per school term per athlete.





Wildcat Legend Jim Colbert After an illustrious football career as a prep in Kansas City, Jim Colbert came to K-State on a football scholarship. However Colbert quickly turned his attention to the links instead of the gridiron and the rest, as they say, is history. Colbert finished his college career at K-State in 1964 as the runner-up at the NCAA Championships and has had continued success as a professional. After turning pro in 1965, Colbert joined the PGA Tour in 1966. HIs first tournament victory came at the 1969 Monsanto Open. During his 14-year span on the tour, Colbert picked up eight tournament titles. Following his retirement from professional golf in 1987, Colbert took his nearly $1.5 million winnings, to run his own golf course management company, Jim Colbert Golf. He also worked for as a color analyst for golf events on ESPN. With the creation of the Senior PGA Tour in 1991, Colbert got back into professional golf, with great success. Colbert ranks seventh all-time in career earnings as a member of the now-called Champions Tour. The former Wildcat won the Arnold Palmer Award in consecutive years after notching four tournament victories in 1995 and five more in 1996. He was also named Senior Tour Player of the Year by the Golf Writers Association in 1995 and 1996. Twenty victories later, the former K-Stater has earned in excess of $8 million in his senior career alone. Not only is Colbert known for his success on the links, but his strength and desire to return from a life threatening illness. On June 23, 1997, Jim Colbert underwent surgery for prostate cancer. After missing four months of the season, Colbert returned with a vengeance, placing in the top-5 five times, including a second place finish at the du Maurier Championship that sent Colbert over the $7 million mark for his senior career. With his late-season success, he earned a nomination for the Comeback Player-of-the-Year award. Colbert returned to the winner’s circle in October of 1998, firing a final round 5-under par 67 to outlast Senior Tour rookie David Lundstrom by one stroke and win the Transamerica. “It’s by far the most meaningful golf tournament I ever won,” Colbert said following the victory. With the thrilling victory, the former Wildcat surpassed the $8.1 million mark for career earnings on the Senior Tour and, at the time, became the Tour’s alltime leading money winner, passing Lee Trevino. Colbert’s most recent victory on the Champions Tour came at the 2001 SBC Senior Classic after carding a 12-under par 204 to hold off Jose Maria Canizares by one stroke. At the conclusion of the 2002 season, Colbert finished among the top 31


money-winners for an 11th straight year. Colbert’s best finish in 2003 was at Bruno’s Memorial Classic, where he tied for third after losing in a five-hole playoff to Bob Charles. His best round was a second round 8-under-par 62 at the Senior British Open. The 62 equaled the competitive course record at Turnberry and made him the youngest player ever to match his age in a Champions Tour major. In 2004, Colbert battled injuries throughout the year, but still managed to make the cut in 22 of 23 tournaments. His best finish was a tie for 18th at the SBC Classic. In 2005, Colbert competed in 24 events, capturing four top-20 finishes. His best tournament of the year came at the Constellation Energy Classic, as he tied for 12th following a 54-hole score of 8-under par 208, taking home $33,575.00 worth of prize money. On the year, Colbert racked in $199,481 in prize money. Colbert has remained active in the Manhattan community and is involved in fundrasiers for the university and its golf programs. In 1974 Colbert helped start a celebrity golf tournament along with former K-State golf coach Ron Fogler, the primary fundraiser for both the K-State men’s and women’s golf teams. In addition to helping K-State, Colbert has also established the Golfer’s Against Alzheimer’s Association in honor of his mother Marie, who lost her life to the disease. Colbert was elected to the Kansas State University Hall of Fame, being inducted in September of 1991. He was also inducted into the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame on June 13, 1998 in Abilene. The Hall as since moved to Wichita. Colbert returned to Manhattan for the Colbert Hills ground breaking ceremony, along with Senior Tour players Walter Morgan, Bob Murphy, Lee Trevino, Hubert Green, and LPGA star Annika Sorenstam, held on May 1, 2000. The $11 million project is home to a 300-acre, 18-hole championship style course that serves as the home for the men’s and women’s golf programs. Assistance and research from Kansas State University, the PGA Tour and the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America are helping to make this stateof-the-art facility the best of its kind in the world. Since the course opened, it has played host to at least one men’s or women’s collegiate golf tournament each year. In May of 2003, the course hosted its most prestigious event of all-time, when it played host to 27 men’s collegiate golf teams at the NCAA Central Regional from May 15-17.



Wolf Run Intercollegiate at Wolf Run GC - Zionsville, Ind.


Fresno State Classic at San Joaquin CC - Fresno, Calif.


Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Manhattan, Kan. - Colbert Hills GC


Desert Shootout at Palm Valley GC - Goodyear, Ariz.


Wolf Pack Classic at Wolf Run GC - Reno, Nev.


Morris Williams Intercollegiate at University of Texas GC - Austin, Texas


Firestone Invitational at Firestone CC (North Course) - Akron, Ohio


Mizzou Tiger Intercollegiate at The Club at Old Hawthorne - Columbia, Mo.


Bill Ross Intercollegiate at Blue Hills CC - Kansas City, Mo.


Big 12 Championship at Whispering Pines GC - Trinity, Texas


Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate at New Mexico State GC - Las Cruces, N.M.


NCAA Regional

6/2-5 11/2-4

Pacific Invitational at Brookside Country Club - Stockton, Calif.

NCAA Championship at TBA at The Honors Course - Chattanooga, Tenn.

2009-10 K-State Men's Golf Media Guide  

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