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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

Golf Information 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

Season of Golf NCAA Regional Appearances 2010 Big 12 Result

76th 7 5th

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 E­Mail Website Mail

Table of Contents Quick Facts Media Information Media Outlets


Andy North 785.532.6735 785.532.6093 913.375.8969 anorth@k­ www.k­ 1800 College Ave., Suite 37 Bramlage Coliseum Manhattan, KS 66502

1 1 2 2


Conference Capsules



Head Coach 10­11

K-State Golfers

Ross Geubelle Jason Schulte Kyle Smell Chase Chamberlin Ben Juffer Curtis Yonke Thomas Birdsey David Klaudt Tyler Norris Jack Watson

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

K-State History

All­Time Results 28­36 Letterwinners 36 Coaching History 37 Tournament Titles 37 Coaching History 37 Individual Records 38 Team Records 39 Conference Results 40 Honors and Awards 41

4­6 7 8­9

Tim Norris

26 27


Season Outlook Season Preview 10­11 | Roster 10 | Fall Results

22­25 25

Golf Facilities

Colbert Hills Indoor Facility

28-41 4-9

Season Review

09­10 | Recaps 09­10 | Statistics

Big 12 Conference


Program History

Par Yardage Opening Date Fairways Greens Phone Website

1-2 General Information

42-50 University Section Kansas State 42­44 Distinguished Alumni 45 Administration 46­48 Support Staff 48 Head Coaches 49 Compliance 49


Jim Colbert Jim Colbert


Credits: The 2010­11 Kansas State men’s golf media guide is a production of the Kansas State athletic communications office. The guide was written, designed and edited by student assistant Brent Fritzemeier. Cover design by Ron Cook, athletics graphics designer. Edited by athletic communications assistant director Ryan Lackey and head coach Tim Norris. Photos by Pete Aiken, Scott Weaver and head coach Tim Norris.



Athletic Communications Directory 1800 College Ave., Suite 37 Bramlage Coliseum Manhattan, KS 66502 Kenny Lannou Director Sport: Football Phone: 785.532.7977 Cell: 785.587.7867 E­Mail:

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

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

Ryan Lackey Assistant Director Sport: Baseball Phone: 785.532.7708 Cell: 785.587.7865 E­Mail:

Media Information

Colbert Hills

A notes package will be e­mailed 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 www.k­

Colbert Hills is the home of K­State’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. 26­27)


Athletic Communications Department

Student assistant Andy North is the men’s golf contact for the 2011 Spring season. Additional information can be obtained through assistant director of athletic communications Ryan Lackey.

The Kansas State Athletic Communications 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.

Interviews All interviews must be coordinated through the sports information office, by either student assistant Andy North or assistant director of athletic communications Ryan Lackey. Interview requests for student­athletes must be submitted 24 hours prior to the interview time. Phone interviews for those out of town can also be arragned.

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

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

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 Capital­Journal 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:

Brent Fritzemeier Student Assistant Sport: Men’s Golf Phone: 785.532.6735 E­Mail: brentf@k­

Kelly Yoder Office Manager Phone: 785.532.6735 E­Mail:


The Kansas State Athletics Department www.k­ The site is available to the media and the general public and provides a wealth of information on each of K­State’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








Location Waco, Texas 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 2010 Big 12 Finish 6th Golf SID Chris Yandle Phone 254.710.8119 E­Mail Website

Location Boulder, Colo. 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 2010 Big 12 Finish 9th Golf SID David Plati Phone 303.492.6128 E­Mail Website

Location Ames, Iowa Founded 1858 Enrollment 26,856 Colors Cardinal and Gold President Dr. Gregory L. Geoffroy Athletic Director Jamie Pollard Head Coach Andrew Tank Home Course Veenker Memorial Golf Course 2010 Big 12 Finish 10th Golf SID Rachel Gerdes Phone 262.719.9670 E­Mail Website




Location Founded Enrollment Colors Chancellor Interim AD Head Coach Home Course 2010 Big 12 Finish Golf SID SID Phone E­Mail Website

Location Founded Enrollment Colors President Athletic Director Head Coach Home Course 2010 Big 12 Finish Golf SID SID Phone E­Mail Website

Lincoln, Neb. 1869 23,573 Scarlet and Cream Harvey S. Perlman, JD Tom Osborne Bill Spangler Firethorn Golf Course T7th Connor Stange 402.560.3758

Location Columbia, Mo. 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 2010 Big 12 Finish 11th Golf SID Josh Murray SID Phone 573.882.0711 E­Mail Website




Norman, Okla. 1890 30,092 Crimson and Cream David L. Boren Joe Castiglione Ryan Hybl Jimmie Austin Golf Course T7th Chris Jeter 214.908.8349

Location Stillwater, Okla. Founded 1890 Enrollment 31,80 Colors Orange and Black President Burns Hargis Athletic Director Mike Holder Head Coach Mike McGraw Home Course Karsten Creek 2010 Big 12 Finish 1st Golf SID Ryan Cameron SID Phone 405.744.4854 E­Mail Website

Location Austin, Texas 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 2010 Big 12 Finish 3rd Golf SID Travis Feldhaus SID Phone 512.232.9460 E­Mail Website


Location Founded Enrollment Colors President Athletic Director Head Coach Home Course 2010 Big 12 Finish Golf SID SID Phone E­Mail Website

Location Founded Enrollment Colors Chancellor Athletic Director Head Coach Home Course 2010 Big 12 Finish Golf SID SID Phone E­Mail Website

Lawrence, Kan. 1866 30,102 Crimson and Blue Dr. Bernadette Gray­Little Sean Lester Kit Grove Alvamar Golf Course 12th Matt Trofholz 913.484.5975

College Station, Texas 1876 48,000 Marron and White Dr. R. Bowen Loftin Bill Byrne J.T. Higgins The Traditions Club 2nd Matt Simon 979.255.0469

TEXAS TECH Location Founded Enrollment Colors President Athletic Director Head Coach Home Course 2010 Big 12 Finish Golf SID SID Phone E­Mail Website

Lubbock, Texas 1923 30,000 Red and Black Dr. Guy Bailey Gerald Myers Greg Sands The Rawls Course 4th Blayne Beal 806.790.7924

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 Jessica Schwager E­Mail Contact Phone 469.524.1040 Website





vlrqe jlsbjbkq vçìåÖ=dêçìé=çÑ=táäÇÅ~íë=iççâ=íç=`çåíáåìÉ=hJpq^qb=qê~Çáíáçå With the departure of what could arguably be called the strongest senior class in Kansas State golf history, the Wildcats must now turn to a young group of seven underclassmen to continue to build upon the foundation laid at K-State by Tim Norris. Norris, who is in his 14th season as the head coach at K-State, inherited a program that had finished last in the Big Eight Conference for 14 straight years. After the 2009-10 season, it is safe to say that the Kansas State golf program is in good hands. The Wildcats, who were just one season removed from a school record-tying four tournament victories in 2008-09, finished fifth in the Big 12 Tournament, while winning the 10th tournament title under Norris’ watch. It is a time of transition in the program as the K-State leader in career stroke average and tournaments played, Mitchell Gregson, along with fellow seniors Joe Ida and Joe Kinney all graduated in May, leaving behind big shoes to fill in the Wildcat scoring lineup. “Obviously, you want good seniors on your team, and we have two very good seniors on this squad,” said Norris. “When you look at the scoring that we lost off of last year’s team, there were some big holes to fill. I think that some of the returning guys might have pressed and tried a little too hard to replace that. “All that you can do is go out there and play


your own game, and I think there were some good lessons learned in that respect. I think that we can get right back up to that level with the new players that we have. I say it all the time that the ball does not know how old you are. We have a good group of guys that I think had a good learning experience this fall and are just ready to get out there this spring to turn things around and show how good we can be.” The Wildcats showed flashes of brilliance throughout the fall, but were never really able to put together four solid scores together on any given day. Some of that speaks to the Wildcat’s inexperience as the team features three sophomores and four freshmen that came into the program for the 2010-11 season. “From a results perspective, I would not say that it was disappointing, but we obviously did underachieve,” said Norris. “I think that, as a group, everybody would agree with that. But when we look at the big picture and towards the long-term, there is a lot of optimism, and I think that this is not going to be a long process to get things going in the right direction again.” The Wildcats struggled out of the gates of the 2010-11 season, finishing in last place in the season-opening Wolf Run Intercollegeiate. They quickly rebounded at the Kansas Invitational at Alvamar Golf Course, where the


Wildcats took home sixth place among the 15 teams in attendance, with three individuals placing in the top 15. K-State’s real breakout came one week later at their host tournament, the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate, where the Wildcats finished in second place. The event was a coming out party of sorts for two of the Wildcat freshmen, Jack Watson and Thomas Birdsey, who took second and third, respectively. In the final three tournaments of the fall season, K-State’s inexperience reared its head, taking 11th at the Firestone Invitational, ninth at the David Toms Intercollegiate and 10th at the Pacific Invitational. “If the guys can come in this spring and address a couple of parts of their games that hurt them the most this fall, then we can turn this thing around pretty fast,” said Norris. “It just seemed that we were one or two scores short everyday. It makes a big difference if you are counting a high score for that third or fourth score. “Our struggles did not stem from a total lack of ability. It was just that in team golf it is not how good your number one guy is, it is how good your No. 4 man can shoot. That is not a secret and it is going to take a lot of hard work, and fortunately this group of guys is not afraid of hard work. I think that they have seen over the years that if you put in the work, you are going to reap the rewards.”

SEASON OUTLOOK oçëë=dÉìÄÉääÉ As one of two seniors on this young Wildcat squad, Geubelle has been looked at to provide a leadership prescence in the K-State lockeroom this season. The senior from Lakin, Kan., saw his first action of the season while playing as an individual at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate, finishing in a tie for 30th at 19-over par. Geubelle broke into the scoring lineup at the Firestone Invitational, tying for 69th. “Ross has made some strides this fall, and he has qualified for our first event this spring,” said Norris. “It’s great to see that he stayed on task throughout the fall. I think he can really be a difference-maker for us. He has played on some winning lineups throughout his career. Ross knows how to win, and I think he will be a big difference-maker come spring.”

g~ëçå=pÅÜìäíÉ Jason Schulte is looking to finish out his Wildcat career on a high note. As the second of two 2010-11 seniors, Schulte is one of the most experienced golfers on the squad, and Coach Norris is looking for big things during the second half of his final season wearing the purple and white. “Jason is another senior that knows how to win and has been on some winning teams for us.” said Norris. “We are looking for somebody who can make a difference for us, and I think that Jason has the opportunity to really go out on a high note. He has kind of embraced the fact that he has one last season, and it just shows all that he has done for our program and the commitment that he has made.” Schulte saw action in three tournaments over the course of the fall, starting out by finishing in a tie for 26th while playing as an individual at the Kansas Invitational. He saw the best finish of the fall season come one week later where he tied for 10th at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate. His last action came as he made the trip to Stockton, Calif., where he was part of the scoring lineup for the Pacific Invitational, tying for 42nd place.

hóäÉ=pãÉää The only remaining uperclassmen on the 2010-11 squad, Kyle Smell is one of the most experienced golfers on the Wildcat roster this season, having played in 21 tournaments over his career. Smell saw action in two of the tournaments on the fall slate, and he got off to a fast start,as tying for eighth while playing as an individual in his first action of the season at the Kansas Invitational, carding a 1-over par 217. He broke into the scoring lineup the following week at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate, where he tied for 35th at 21-over par.

“He is an upperclassmen that can really make a difference,” said Norris. “He has played in winning lineups before, and has won numerous junior tournaments. This is a game of confidence, and I think that once Kyle gets a little bit of confidence in himself, it will get him right back on track. His game was fine this fall. He had a nice tournament over there at Alvamar. I think that once he gets comfortable, he will be off and running.”

`Ü~ëÉ=`Ü~ãÄÉêäáå= A redshirt sophomore, Chase Chamberlin saw action in four of the six tournaments throughout the fall slate, giving him valuable experience as he moves forward into the spring season. Chamberlin began the season in his hometown of Lawrence, Kan., playing in the Kansas Invitational at Alvamar Golf Club. There, he tied for 54th as part of the K-State scoring lineup. He saw his best finish in the fall come at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he tied for 30th while playing as an individual. Chamberlin also competed as an individual at the Firestone Invitational, tying for 32nd, before wraping up the fall slate as part of the scoring lineup at the David Toms Intercollegiate where the tied for 50th. “Chase played some nice golf for us in the fall,” said Norris. “We had a session with a physical trainer at the end of the fall, and I think he is a guy that is really going to benefit from what he saw with his exercise routine and how that relates to his golf swing. I think that he is going to see a lot of benefits with that. His swing is fine, he is a good strong young man, but I think he is going to feel even better about his swing as he goes through this program. We see a lot of upside in Chase.”

_Éå=gìÑÑÉê While only a sophomore, Ben Juffer has carved himself out a spot in the K-State scoring lineup, competing in all six events during teh fall for the Wildcats. With three top-15 finishes and a 74.88 stroke average on the season, the future looks bright for this rising star in the program. “Ben was a guy that had some of our lowest rounds this season, and also some of our highest,” said Norris. “I think that just speaks to Ben needing to play with a little more calmness throughout the round. Ability-wise, he is going to be right up there at the top of our lineup. He had some good low rounds this fall, and I think he is excited to get going again this spring. Ben had his best tournament of the fall in the last event of the season, which is always nice to see. Ending the fall on a good note like that always makes the winter go by a bit faster.”


While Juffer got off to a slow start on the season by finishing in a tie for 40th at the season-opening Wolf Run Intercollegiate, he didn’t take long to hit his stride as he tied for 12th in back-to-back events at the Kansas Invitational and the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate. He fell into a little bit of a funk over the next two events, tying for 52nd at the Firestone Invitational and 68th at the David Toms Intercollegiate. Juffer finished the season on a high note, however, finishing in a tie for 14th at the Pacific Invitational where he fired an impressive even-par 213 at the Brookside Country Club. He will look to build on the momentum gaind in that last tournament as he is looked towards again to provide leadership and stability within the scoring lineup.

`ìêíáë=vçåâÉ After coming off of a freshman season that saw Curtis Yonke become the first K-State freshmen in 23 years to win an individual tournament title, hopes were high that Yonke could elevate his game even further coming into his sophomore season. “Curtis was a winner last year as a freshman at the Mizzou Intercollegiate, and I really cannot say anything negative about Curtis,” said Norris. “I think that he felt like there was a lot of pressure on him to pick up some of the slack of the departed senior class and that is just a tough thing to try to do. It’s been a learning process and it is tough to do.” Yonke played in four tournaments throughout the fall for the Wildcats, starting the year off at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate where he tied for 40th. From there, he finished in a tie for 30th at the Kansas Invitational, and followed that up with at tie for 35th at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate. He concluded the fall slate in Stockton, Calif., where he tied for 30th at the Pacific Invitational to close out the fall season. “I think that when he comes out of this, he is going to be a better player. He is another guy that I think is going to benefit from this fitness program as far as tailoring his workout a little bit more towards what he needs to develop in his game, as opposed to just building up raw strength. Pound-for-pound, he is probably as long as most of the players in collegiate golf, so length is really not an issue for Curtis. Sometimes that can be a curse too, because you tend to try and take some chances that maybe you normally wouldn’t. Curtis is a huge difference maker for us and I know that he is looking forward to the spring season.”







In just his first six tournaments as a collegiate golfer, freshman Thomas Birdsey has already made a name for himself, finishing the fall slate with three top-20 finishes, while leading K-State in stroke average with a 73.06. Birdsey carded the lowest round of any Wildcat when he fired a 7-under 65 during round two of the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate. On the year he has totaled six different rounds under par, and all of those facts make him stand out as a player to watch come spring. “Thomas had a really, really good fall, but he has got a couple of things to work on,” said Norris. “This is not at all the best golf that Thomas has ever played. He’s still got his best golf ahead of him. I know that he will be committed to working hard and is really looking to continue to be a consistent performer in our lineup.” Birdsey was part of the K-State scoring lineup for every tournament on the 2010 fall slate. He got off to a rough start at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate where he tied for 62nd in his first career tournament. The next week at the Kansas Invitational, he notched the first top-15 finish of his young career at the Kansas Invitational, tying for 12th at 3-over par. He made a real splash at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he notched his first topfive finish ever, taking home third place after shooting an impressive 1-under 215. He closed out the season strong as well, never finishing below 23rd as he tied for 20th, 23rd and 21st at the Firestone Invitational, David Toms Intercollegiate and Pacific Invitational, respectively. “He played really good down at Prairie Dunes in the Kansas Amateur this summer, so I know that he has the Big 12 Tournament circled, as we all do. It will be exciting to watch Thomas go through the second half of his freshman year and continue to grow.”

A native of Dallas, Texas, David Klaudt has shown flashes of talent over the first three tournaments of his young career, making him an exciting prospect for the future of Wildcat Golf. Klaudt’s first action of the season came at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he notched his first career top-15 finish in his first tournament as a collegiate golfer, finishing in a tie for 15th while playing as an individual. He then went on to play a solid tournament at the Firestone Invitational, tying for 22nd at 4-over par. Klaudt wrapped up his fall slate at the David Toms Intercollegiate where he finished in a tie for 58th. “David did a nice job for us,” said Norris. “He struggled a little bit during his first round in Louisiana and then came back and played some really good golf with two solid rounds to finish out. I see a lot of upside in David. He has some little things to work on, but overall I think he has done a nice job of competing. He plays with a lot of emotion, and it is kind of nice to see someone out there competing and enjoying the competition. I think that he brings a lot to the team, and I am looking forward to watching him progress as a player.”

qóäÉê=kçêêáë The only native Kansasn of the 2010-11 freshman class, Tyler Norris decided to stay at home and join his father’s program at KState. Norris was part of the scoring lineup for the season-opening tournament at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate, finishing in a tie for 69th in his first career tournament. His only other action of the fall season came at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he tied for 45th. “Tyler got his feet wet this year, and I think that of all of the guys, he has really taken it upon himself to work hard this winter,” said Norris. “He has also qualified for this first tournament coming up in the spring. I think that from a physical fitness standpoint, our new workout program is really going to he

him. It is not that he needs to hit the ball longer, its just that being able to stabilize the club is going to help him accuracy and consistency wise. He will hit the ball longer, and I think his misses will be a little bit straighter.”

g~Åâ=t~íëçå A native of Lincolnshire, Ill., Watson has burst onto the scene at K-State with a pair of top-10 finishes in just six tournaments as a Wildcat. He ranks third on the team in stroke average at 74.44 and leads the team in rounds even or under par with seven on the season. At this point in his young career, it seems like the sky is the limit for Watson. “Jack came right in and did what I thought he would do,” said Norris. “I think that Jack would agree that his summer wasn’t a great summer for him because he anticipated the jump to college golf just a little too much. He turned it right on this fall though.” Watson was part of the scoring lineup in five of the six tournaments this season, and he played as an individual in the remaining tournament. He started out by tying for 69th at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate and then went on to tie for 54th at the Kansas Invitational. His break-out performance came at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he took home second place at 2-under par 214 while playing as an individual. He dropped down into a tie for 44th during his next outing at the Firestone Invitational, but bounced right back to tie for sixth place at the David Toms Intercollegiate where he fired an impresive 5-under par. Watson rounded out the fall slate of his rookie season with a tie for 51st at the Pacific Invitational. “I think he had his hopes up for that last tournament of the fall. He knew that was a course that you could really put up some low scores and I think that kind of backfired on him a little bit. He was kind of worn out by the time we got to that event. He has done a great job and has worked really hard this fall. I am very confident that he is going to come on this spring and pick right back up where he left off and play some great golf.”








February 14­15, 2011 Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Texas

March 7­8, 2011 Sunnyside CC Fresno, Calif.

March 25­26, 2011 Laredo CC Laredo, Texas

April 4­5, 2011 Talking Stick GC Scottsdale, Ariz.

April 16­17, 2011 Finkbone GC Iowa City, Iowa




April 25­27, 2011 Prairie Dunes CC Hutchinson, Kan.

May 19­21, 2011 TBA

June 1­4, 2011 Karsten Creek GC Stillwater, Okla.


2010-11 ROSTER


Sitting Left to Right, Top Row: Chase Chamberlin, Thomas Birdsey, David Klaudt, Ben Juffer, Kyle Smell. Standing Left to Right: Head Coach Tim Norris, Tyler Norris, Jack Waton, Willie the Wildcat, Ross Geubelle, Jason Schulte, Curtis Yonke.

2010-11 ROSTER Name


Thomas Birdsey Fr.­HS Chase Chamberlin So.­1L Ross Geubelle Sr.­2L Ben Juffer So.­1L David Klaudt Fr.­HS Tyler Norris Fr.­HS Jason Schulte Sr.­3L Kyle Smell Jr.­2L Jack Watson Fr.­HS Curtis Yonke So.­1L * Indicates Double Major



Trophy Club, Texas (South Lake Caroll HS) Lawerence, Kan. (Olathe South HS) Lakin, Kan. (Lakin HS) W. Des Moines, Iowa (Dowling Catholic HS) Dallas, Texas (Cistercian Prep) Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan HS) Mission Hills, Kan. (Rockhurst HS) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley West HS) Lincolnshire, Ill. (Carmel Catholic HS) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley West HS)

Communications Life Sciences MBA Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Marketing & Modern Languages* Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration

2010 FALL TEAM RESULTS Date Sept. 11­12 Sept. 20­21 Sept. 27­28 Oct. 11­12 Oct. 18­19 Nov. 1­3

Event Wolf Run Intercollegiate (Wolf Run GC­Zionsville, Ind.) Kansas Invitational (Alvamar GC­Lawrence, Kan.) Jim Colbert Intercollegiate (Colbert Hills GC­Manhattan, Kan.) Firestone Invitational (Firestone CC­Akron, Ohio) David Toms Intercollegiate (CC of Louisiana­Baton Rouge, La.) Pacific Invitational (Brookside CC­Stockton, Calif.)

Score 305­300­312–917 (+65) 290­301­296–887 (+23) 305­289­304–898 (+34) 296­288­308–892 (+28) 301­288­287–876 (+12) 294­281­289–864 (+12)

Place 15th of 15 6th of 15 2nd of 7 11th of 13 9th of 14 10th of 12

2010 FALL STATISTICS Player Thomas Birdsey Jason Schulte Jack Watson Ben Juffer David Klaudt Kyle Smell Curtis Yonke Chase Chamberlin Ross Geubelle Tyler Norris

Events 6 3 6 6 3 2 4 4 2 2

Rounds 18 9 18 18 9 6 12 12 6 6

Strokes 1,315 669 1,340 1,348 679 454 904 913 470 497

Average Low 18 Low 36 Low 54 Top 5 73.06 65 142 215 1 74.33 71 143 221 ­ 74.44 70 140 211 1 74.88 67 142 213 ­ 75.44 71 144 220 ­ 75.67 70 144 217 ­ 75.33 69 144 217­ ­ 76.08 70 145 222 ­ 78.33 75 152 235 ­ 82.83 75 163 246 ­

Top 10 1 1 2 ­ ­ 1 ­ ­ ­ ­

Top 20 3 1 2 3 1 1 ­ ­ ­ ­

Best Finish 3 T10 2 T12 T15 T8 T30 T30 T30 45









September 11­12 2010 Wolf Run Golf Club Zionsville, Ind. Par 71 / 7,195 Yards Host­Indiana

September 20­21 2010 Alvamar Golf Club Lawrence, Kan. Par 72 / 7,092 Yards Host­Kansas

September 27­28 2010 Colbert Hills Golf Club Manhattan, Kan. Par 72 / 7,525 Yards Host­K­State

October 11­12 2010 Firestone Country Club Akron, Ohio Par 72 / 7,087 Yards Host­Akron

ZIONSVILLE, Ind. – The Kansas State men’s golf team wrapped up its first tour­ nament of the 2010­11 season at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate as the Wildcats finished 15th at the par 71, 7,195­yard Wolf Run Golf Club. After starting the day one spot ahead of Louisville, the Wildcats shot a 28­ over par 312 in the tournament’s final round, dropping them back to 15th. K­State shot rounds of 305, 300 and 312 over the three­day event to finish at 65­over par 917. “We did finish at the bottom in this tournament, but I think there were some good lessons learned,” said head coach Tim Norris. “It is such a tough adjustment. It is a course that if you are playing well, you have got a chance to have a good week. If you are just off a little bit, or off a lot, it’s not going to be a lot of fun out here.” The Wildcats featured a team of young and in­ experienced golfers, as the five­man team consisted of two sophomores and three freshmen in their collegiate debuts. Soph­ omore Curtis Yonke lead the Wildcats, card­ ing a 76­73­77—226 to put him in a tie for 40th at 13­over par. “Obviously, our guys have some things to work on in their games,” Norris said. “Any little weakness was magnified here this weekend. That is kind of a good thing, to come here and do that in the early part of the year where you are just trying to see where your game is.”

LAWRENCE, Kan. – The Kansas State men’s golf team finished in a tie for sixth following the final round of play at the Kansas Invitational at the par 72, 7,092­ yard Alvamar Golf Club. The Wildcats began the day in sixth place after shooting a 15­over par 591 over the first two rounds of play, and they were able to maintain that position after carding an 8­over par 296 in the tournament’s final round. K­State fin­ ished just one shot back of fifth­place team Louisiana­Monroe and seven shots back of Missouri State, which took fourth.“ I saw some positive things today,” said head coach Tim Norris. “I think that the guys did a little bit better job and the scores re­ flected that. This course has its idiosyn­ crasies, but that is all part of the game – trying to learn the course as fast as you can so that on the first hole of the tournament, you are ready to go.” Junior Kyle Smell, who carded the best score of any golfer compet­ ing as an individual, placed the highest of any Wildcat, finishing the tournament in eighth place at 1­over par 217. A pair of Wildcats – freshman Thomas Birdsey and sophomore Ben Juffer – each notched the first top­15 finish of their young careers as they tied for 12th. “I told the team after­ wards that I see a lot of mistakes, but they are correctable mistakes,” Norris said. “I thought the effort was there, we just need a little bit better execution.”

MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Kansas State men’s golf team took second place, with a pair of Wildcat freshmen finishing in the top­three individually, following the final round of the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate at the par 72, 7,525­yard Colbert Hills Golf Course. The Wildcats started the day in a tie for second with UMKC, and they were able to pull ahead by four strokes in the tournament’s final round to gain sole pos­ session of second with a 34­over par 898. Central Arkansas was able to hold off K­ State, carding a 25­over par 889 to take home first­place honors. “I wish it would have been better,” said head coach Tim Nor­ ris. “The guys were in contention going into the last round, and we came up just a little bit short.” Freshman Jack Watson, who was competing as an individual, finished sec­ ond, firing an even­par 72 on his final round to finish at 2­under 214. Fellow freshman Thomas Birdsey finished just one shot back of Watson at 1­under par 215 to grab third place, marking his second straight top­15 finish. Senior Jason Schulte also notched a top­10 finish, carding a 9­ over par 225 to place 10th. Sophomore Ben Juffer finished in a tie for 12th for the sec­ ond straight week, ending the tournament at 10­over par. “We are a work in progress, but this tournament shows that we have some good young guys that I think are going to be good for a long time,” Norris said. “I don’t think they have played their best golf possible by any means. It is a pos­ itive, but we would have liked to win. That never gets old.”

AKRON, Ohio – The Kansas State men’s golf team dropped back to 11th place in the final round of the Firestone Invitational at the par 72, 7,060­yard Firestone Country Club North Course. The Wildcats started the day in eighth place after finishing the first two rounds of the tournament at 8­ over par, but stumbled in the final round, carding a 20­over par 308. Indiana won the overall team competition by firing a 15­ under par 849, while Indiana’s David Erdy and Maryland’s John Popeck took home top honors individually, each shooting 9­under par for the tournament. Freshman Thomas Birdsey finished outside of the top 15 for the first time in three tournaments, carding a 3­over par 219 to put him in a tie for 21st. Fellow freshman David Klaudt finished one shot back of Birdsey at 4­over, finishing in a tie for 22nd, while freshman Jack Watson carded a 10­over 226 to tie for 44th. Soph­ omore Chase Chamberlin led all golfers playing solely as individuals at the tourna­ ment, carding a 6­over par 222 to tie for 32nd. “It was a tough day for us today,” said head coach Tim Norris. “We gave some strokes up in the last couple of holes, which I think was just a case of trying to add up the score before we got done today. I think the guys were pushing, especially on the last couple of holes, to come in with a good score instead of just concentrating on exe­ cuting. I think that is a sign of a young team, or a team that is struggling a little bit.”

Team Results 1. Illinois T2. UCf T2. Ball State 4. Tulsa T5. Northwestern T5. Indiana T7. Missouri T7. North Florida 9. Michigan 10. IUPUI 11. Iowa State 12. Penn State 13. Kentucky 14. Louisville 15. Kansas State

290­288­281—859 294­291­293—878 296­290­292—878 284­304­292—880 296­295­291—882 290­306­286—882 297­292­299—888 298­292­298—888 294­294­303—891 294­300­299—893 291­303­303—897 299­302­298—899 296­302­304—902 296­310­298—904 305­300­312—917

+7 +26 +26 +28 +30 +30 +36 +36 +39 +41 +45 +47 +50 +52 +65

Team Results 1. Oklahoma City 2. Nebraska 3. UMKC 4. Missouri State 5. ULM T6. Kansas State T6. Kansas 8. Louisiana 9. Oral Roberts 10. South Dakota St. 11. Drake 12. Creighton 13. Jacksonville 14. SIU Edwardsville 15. Western Kent.

292­289­284—865 290­288­298—876 294­292­292—878 292­293­295—880 292­298­290—886 290­301­296—887 291­303­293—887 302­294­293—889 287­302­302—891 297­305­298—900 297­298­313—919 308­298­313—919 300­313­307—920 295­313­318—926 317­309­315—941

+1 +12 +14 +16 +22 +23 +23 +25 +27 +36 +43 +55 +56 +62 +77

K­State Individuals T40. Curtis Yonke T54. Ben Juffer T62. Thomas Birdsey T69. Jack Watson T80. Tyler Norris


76­73­77—226 75­71­83—229 77­79­75—231 77­77­80—234 82­89­80—251

+13 +16 +18 +21 +38

K­State Individuals T8. *Kyle Smell T12. Ben Juffer T12. Thomas Birdsey T26. *Jason Schulte T30. Curtis Yonke T54. Jack Watson T54. Chase Chamberlin

70­74­73—217 67­75­77—219 73­75­71—219 75­74­74—223 72­78­74—224 78­76­76—230 80­75­75—230

+1 +3 +3 +7 +8 +14 +14


Team Results 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Central Ark. Kansas State UMKC Drake Creighton UC Riverside S. Dakota State

299­290­300—889 305­289­300—898 296­298­308—902 312­300­299—911 313­298­313—924 309­303­317—929 306­312+312—930

+25 +34 +38 +47 +60 +65 +66

K­State Individuals 2. 3. T10. T12. T15. T30. T30. T35. T35. 45.

*Jack Watson Thomas Birdsey Jason Schulte Ben Juffer *David Klaudt *Ross Geubelle *Chase Chamberlin Curtis Yonke Kyle Smell *Tyler Norris

70­72­72—214 77­65­73—215 74­73­78—225 75­74­77—226 78­80­72—230 75­77­83—235 75­80­80—235 79­77­81—237 84­77­76—237 88­75­83—246

­2 ­1 +9 +10 +14 +19 +19 +21 +21 +30

Team Results 1. Indiana 2. Notre Dame 3. New Mexico St. 4. E. Michigan 5. St. Mary’s 6. Maryland 7. Iowa State 8. Akron 9. Toledo 10. Illinois State 11. Kansas State 12. Xavier 13. Wichita State

291­273­285—849 284­280­286—850 286­293­288—867 286­292­290—868 283­292­290—868 295­291­288—874 287­293­296—876 291­290­298—879 296­299­289—884 295­290­303—888 296­288­308—892 300­299­294—893 292­310­308—910

­15 ­14 +3 +4 +9 +10 +12 +15 +20 +24 +28 +29 +46

K­State Individuals 21. Thomas Birdsey T23. David Klaudt T33. *Chase Chamberlin T44. Jack Watson T50. Ben Juffer T69. Ross Geubelle

73­70­76—219 73­71­76—220 70­75­77—222 71­75­80—226 79­72­77—228 79­77­79—235

+3 +4 +6 +10 +12 +19





T.40. Curtis Yonke 76­73­77—226 (+13) T54. Ben Juffer 75­71­83—229 (+16) T62. Thomas Birdsey77­79­75—231 (+18) T69. Jack Watson 77­77­80—234 (+21) T80. Tyler Norris 82­89­80—251 (+38)

T20. Thomas Birdsey73­70­76—219 (+3) T22. David Klaudt 73­71­76—220 (+4) T32. *ChaseChamberlin 70­75­77—222 (+6) T44. Jack Watson 71­75­80—226 (+10) T52. Ben Juffer 79­72­77—228 (+12) T69. Ross Geubelle 79­77­79—235 (+19)




October 18­19, 2010 Country Club of Louisiana Baton Rouge, La. Par 72 / 7,106 Yards Host­LSU

November 1­3, 2010 Brookside Country Club Stockton, Calif. Par 71 / 6,757Yards Host­Pacific

BATON ROUGE, La. – Kansas State fresh­ man Jack Watson notched the second top­ 10 finish of his young career, finishing in a tie for sixth, with the Wildcats taking ninth as a team following the final round of the David Toms Intercollegiate at the at the par 72, 7,106­yard Country Club of Louisiana. With just five tournaments as a collegiate golfer under his belt, Watson has amassed two top­10 finishes in the span of a month. He was able to shoot all three rounds at the David Toms under par, carding back­to­back rounds of 2­under par 70 on day one, fol­ lowed by a 1­under par 71 in the final round to bring him to 5­under par for the tourna­ ment. Watson also had the most birdies of any player in the field with 17. The Wild­ cats, who finished day one in 12th place at 13­over par, were able to claw their way up three spots in the final standings, firing a 1­ under par 287 in the tournament’s final round to finish in ninth. “One­under par on the last 36 holes is a step in the right direc­ tion,” said head coach Tim Norris. “We are still a long way away from taking home any hardware, but I thought the guys did an ex­ cellent job of closing out these last two rounds.” K­State Freshman Thomas Birdsey had a strong finish on the final day, firing a 4­under par 68 to bring him to even­par for the tournament. He started the day in a tie for 45th but managed to climb all the way up to a tie for 23rd following a solid final round. Team Results 1. LSU 283­276­289—289 2. Arkansas 283­283­284—850 3. South Alabama 284­286­285—855 T4. Middle Tenn. St. 287­282­297—866 T4. North Florida 288­285­293—866 T6. S. East La. 300­279­294—873 T6. Mississippi 288­295­290—873 8. La.­LaFayette 293­289­293—875 9. Kansas State 301­288­287—876 10. Mississippi St. 293­285­301—879 11. UAB 297­291­295—883 12. Louisiana Tech 294­291­303—888 13. Georgia So. 304­289­299—892 14. Rice 287­304­302—893

­16 ­14 ­9 +2 +2 +9 +9 +11 +12 +15 +19 +24 +28 +29

K­State Individuals T6. T23. T50. T58. T68.

Jack Watson Thomas Birdsey Chase Chamberlin David Klaudt Ben Juffer

STOCKTON, Calif. – Ben Juffer tied for 14th place, while the Kansas State men’s golf team finished the final round of the Pacific Invitational and the fall schedule in 10th at the par 71, 6,757­yard Brookside Country Club. Juffer, a sophomore that was part of the scoring lineup of every tournament dur­ ing the fall, managed to card an even­par 213 over the tournament’s three rounds. He started the tournament off with a 2­over 73 on day one, but was able to claw back to even­par after back­to­back rounds of 70 over the final two days. “It was a really solid tournament for Ben. I was really glad to see that,” said head coach Tim Norris. “Both he and Thomas finished under par these last two rounds. We just struggled to get sup­ port to maintain where we were.” As a team, the Wildcats struggled to make headway against a talented field, starting the day in a tie for seventh, but finishing up Wednes­ day’s round at 5­over par, 284 to drop back to 10th place overall. Freshman Thomas Birdsey also shot back­to­back rounds of 1­ under par in rounds two and three, but his opening round 75 kept him in a tie for 21st for the tournament. Sophomore Curtis Yonke carded a 4­over par 217 for the tour­ nament to put him into a tie for 30th over­ all. Senior Jason Schulte finished four shots back of him in a tie for 42nd, while fresh­ man Jack Watson rounded out the K­State lineup in 51st place. “We saw a lot of posi­ tives, a lot of growth,” continued Norris. “There is definitely a good core that we have moving forward into the spring.” Team Results 1. Pacific 2. Oregon State 3. Fresno State 4. Charlotte 5. UC Davis T6. Marquette T6. Santa Clara T8. St. Mary’s T8. Brigham Young 10. Kansas State 11. Nevada 12. Denver

272­271­284—827 277­281­288—846 288­279­281—848 288­277­286—851 293­279­280—852 280­294­279—853 288­287­278—853 281­294­288—863 295­287­278—853 294­281­289—864 287­289­291—867 297­294­321—912

­25 ­6 ­4 ­1 E +1 +1 +11 +11 +12 +15 +60

K­State Individuals 70­70­71—211 74­74­68—216 78­70­78—226 82­74­73—229 79­79­75—223

­5 E +10 +13 +17

T14. T21. T30. T42. 51.

Ben Juffer Thomas Birdsey Curtis Yonke Jason Schulte Jack Watson

73­70­70—213 75­70­70—215 75­69­73—217 71­72­78—221 76­73­76—225

E +2 +4 +8 +12

T8. *Kyle Smell 70­74­73—217 (+1) T12. Ben Juffer 67­75­77—219 (+3) T12. Thomas Birdsey73­75­71—219 (+3) T26. *Jason Schulte 75­74­74—223 (+7) T30. Curtis Yonke 72­78­74—224 (+8) T54.Jack Watson 78­76­76—230 (+14) T54. ChaseChamberlin 80­75­75—230 (+14)



T14. Ben Juffer 73­70­70—213 (E) T21. Thomas Birdsey75­70­70—215 (+2) T30. Curtis Yonke 75­69­73—217 (+4) T42. Jason Schulte 71­72­78—221 (+8) T51. Jack Watson 76­73­76—225 (+12)

2. *Jack Watson 3. Thomas Birdsey T10. Jason Schulte T12. Ben Juffer T15. *David Klaudt T30. *Ross Geubelle T30. *ChaseChamberlin T35. Curtis Yonke T35. Kyle Smell 45. Tyler Norris

70­72­72—214 (­2) 77­65­73—215 (­1) 74­73­78—225 (+9) 75­74­77—226 (+10) 78­80­72—230 (+14) 75­77­83—235 (+19) 75­80­80—235 (+19) 79­77­81—237 (+21) 84­77­76—237 (+21) 88­75­83—246 (+30)

T6. Jack Watson 70­70­71—211 (­5) T23. Thomas Birdsey74­74­68—216 (E) T50. ChaseChamberlin 78­70­78—226 (+10) T58. David Klaudt 82­74­73—229 (+13) T68. Ben Juffer 79­79­75—233 (+17)


FALL 2010 HEAD-TO-HEAD 22-47-1 ( .314) Akron Arkansas Ball State BYU Central Arkansas Central Florida Charlotte Creighton Denver Drake Eastern Michigan Fresno State Georgia Southern Illinois Illinois State Indiana Iowa State IUPUI Jacksonville Univ. Kansas Kentucky Louisiana­Lafayette Louisiana­Monroe Louisiana Tech Louisville LSU Marquette Maryland Michigan Middle Tennessee St. Mississippi

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Mississippi State Missouri Missouri State Nebraska Nevada New Mexico State North Florida Northwestern Notre Dame Oklahoma City Univ. Oral Roberts Oregon State Pacific Penn State Rice Santa Clara SIU­Edwardsville South Alabama South Dakota State Southeastern Louisiana St. Mary’s Toledo Tulsa UAB UC Davis UC Riverside UMKC Western Kentucky Wichita State Xavier


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


HEAD COACH TIM NORRIS bumbofbk`b=^q=qeb=ebij


få=NQ=pÉ~ëçåë=^ë=eÉ~Ç=`ç~ÅÜI=kçêêáë=e~ë=_ìáäí=~=mêçÖê~ã=íç=i~ëí=~í=hJpq^qb 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 Wildcats finished last in the Big Eight for 14 straight years from 1978­91. K­State 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 14th 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 83 seasons of men’s golf at K­State, 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 2003­2006. In 2003, the Wildcats came within one­stroke 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 15th­place 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 five 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 8­over 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 K­State all began when he inherited his first squad in 1997. During that season, K­State 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 before taking fifth in the 2010 Championship. During 2008­09 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 2007­08 season was a further testament to the job Norris has done with the Kansas State golf team. Norris helped the Wildcats turn an 80­over, wind­ crazed nightmare of a tournament at the Club Glove Intercollegiate into a prime learning experience and launching pad for success. After the Club Glove, K­State turned in its best two events of the fall and shot a school record 826 while leading the top­ranked team in the nation at the Pacific Invitational. During the spring season, Norris’ Wildcats won their first tournament since the 2003­04 season when they brought home the first place trophy from the Ron Moore Invitational. The 2006­07 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 all­time leader in career stroke average Ben Kern and had a roster littered with freshmen. Two of those freshmen, 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, K­State 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 tournament­record score of 69­65­65—199 (­14). For the year, Kern averaged 72.74 strokes­per­ round, the second best annual stroke average in school history. During the 2003­04 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 K­State’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 K­State record book with a 54­hole score of 70­67­65—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 student­athletes. Last season, Joe Ida, Mitchell Gregson, Jason Schulte and Daniel Wood earned Academic All­Big 12 honors. It marked the 10th­ consecutive year that Norris has placed at least two of his golfers on the Academic All­Big 12 team. In 2006­07 season Yonke was also the seventh Wildcat golfer to be named a Cleveland Golf All­America Scholar by the Golf Coaches Association of America. In 2006, Yonke and Jonathan James snagged first team Academic All­Big 12 honors. In 2005, Van Cleave earned first team honors, while Nick Shumacher picked up second­team 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 back­to­back first team Academic All­Big 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 K­State, Norris has seen 32 academic distinctions given to his golfers. Norris came to K­State from UTEP, where he led the Miners to six NCAA West Regional appearances (1990, ‘91, ‘93, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97), while coaching two­ time All­American and 1995 Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year Ryan Hietala during his seven­year 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



The Norris Family from left to right: Ashley, K­State head coach Tim Norris, Shelley and freshman Wildcat golfer Tyler Norris. Ashley is a senior golfer at Creighton.

home four tournament titles in his nine­year 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 72­hole score of 63­64­66­66— 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.

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.

Norris’ third tournament title came at the Spalding Invitational Pro­Am 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

THE Year 97­98 98­99 99­00 00­01 01­02 02­03 03­04 04­05 05­06 06­07 07­08 08­09 09­10 Totals

Collegiately, Norris starred at Fresno State, where he was a two­time All­American. Norris’ 1980 stroke average of 71.89 stood atop the Bulldog’s all­ time single­season scoring charts for 20 years. The 1980 season was a very successful year WILDCATS UNDER NORRIS for Norris as he garnered first team All­ Tournament Big 12 America honors. He went on to earn Won Lost Tied Pct. Wins Finish Fresno State Athlete of the Year accolades. During the 1978­79 season, 53 96 — .355 — 12th Norris was tabbed a second team All­ 52 112 1 .317 1 10th American after transferring to FSU from 45 89 — .335 — 10th Fresno City College. 55 69 — .443 — 8th 88 115 104 84 88 65 126 103 81 1,059

64 71 54 79 79 97 65 30 61 966

3 6 1 2 9 4 2 2 1 31

.580 .618 .658 .509 .500 .392 .658 .763 .569 .523

2 — 1 — — — 1 4 1 10

7th T6th 4th 10th T10th 9th 8th 4th 5th 4th

Present)... Has taken Kansas State to six NCAA Regionals, including four straight from 2001­05... Has guided two individuals to NCAA Championship appearances... Led the Wildcats to a school­best fourth­place 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 All­America honors at Fresno State in 1979... First Team All­American 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 72­hole tournament record at the Greater Hartford Open after firing a 259... Shot the third lowest one­round 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.

A native of Fresno, Calif., Norris and his wife, Shelley, reside in Manhattan with their daughter, Ashley and son, Tyler. Coaching Career: Texas­El Paso head men’s golf coach (1990­97)... Kansas State head men’s golf coach (1997­





olpp=dbr_biib=√ pbkflo=√ i^hfkI=h^kK Fall | 10 Competed in two events for the Wildcats throughout the fall season… Saw his first action of the year playing as an individual at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he finished in a tie for 30th at 19­over par… Was a part of the scoring lineup at the Firestone Invitational, carding a 235 to tie for 69th.

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

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

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

Spring | 08 Ron Moore Invitational Shocker Classic

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Junior | 09­10 Participated in three events during the fall season... Started the season at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate with a three­ round score of 232 and helped the Cats to a ninth­place 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… Did not compete during the spring season. Sophomore | 08­09 Played in nine events... Finished the year with a 74.71 stroke average... Carded career low round 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 54­hole score of 216 and also a personal best with a 16th place finish at the Pacific Invitational... Earned First Team Academic All­Big 12 honors. ­ RS Freshman | 07­08 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 career­low 18­hole score... Contributed 4­of­6 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 K­State scoring lineup for the final two events of the fall... Low 18­hole score of 72 in the third round of the Pacific Invitational was counted towards the new K­ State record for lowest team 54­hole 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 54­hole score of 219 at the Pacific Invitational.

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

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

Fall | 10 Jim Colbert Inter.* Firestone Invitational

75­77­83—235 (T30th) 79­77­79—235 (T69th)

* Competed as an individual

Freshman | 06­07 Redshirt Season. Lakin High School Four­year 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 all­league, 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 72­hole score of 2­under par 286 (71­74­71­70). 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.





g^plk=p`eriqb=√ pbkflo=√ jfppflk=efiipI=h^kK Fall | 2010 Competed in three events for the Wildcats during the fall season… Tied for 26th while playing as an individual at the Kansas Invitational with a 7­over par 223… Had his best finish of the season when he tied for 10th with a 9­ over par at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate to help propel the Wildcats to a second­ place finish… Tied for 42nd at the Pacific Invitational. Junior | 09­10 Participated in five out of the six events during the fall and eight events overall on the season... Recorded his career­ best finish at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate after he fired a 5­over par 147... At the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate, he fired the best 54­hole score of his career as he posted a 2­over par 215 to help the Wildcats to one of their five top­five finishes in the fall... Carded the lowest round of his career, a 5­under par 67, at the Pacific Invitational.

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

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

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

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

Spring | 07 RS Sophomore | 08­09 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 three­ round score of 7­over par 220 and tied for 10th place, both season bests... Participated in the Braveheart Classic, finishing in a tie for 79th by carding a 21­over par 237... Earned First Team Academic All­Big 12 honors. Sophomore | 07­08 Redshirted the 2007­08 season. Freshman | 06­07 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 (4.5­of­9). Finished tied for 68th at 17­over par 233 (80­76­77) at the Fresno State Golf Classic… Pitched in a counting round of 76 during the second round.

Lochinvar Challenge Fresno State Golf Classic


DQ (T68th)

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

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

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

Spring | 09 (T4th) 75 75­79­83­237 (T79th)

Dual in the Desert* Braveheart Classic*

Fall | 09 Rockhurst High School Lettered four years for the Hawklets... Coached by Michael O’Leary... Finished third at the Missouri Class 4 state tournament, carding a two­round score of 70­71–141... 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.

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

Personal Born Apr. 4, 1988... Parents are Dale and Karen Schulte... Has one brother, Tim... Studied abroad in Spain during the summer of 2008

Fresno State Classic Desert Shootout Morris Williams Inter.

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

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

Spring | 10 77­81­82–240 (T97th) 79­78­81–238 (T95th) 79­84­80–243 (T76th)

Fall | 10 Kansas Invitational* Jim Colbert Inter. Pacific Invitational

75­74­74–223 (T26th) 74­73­78–225 (T10th) 71­72­78–221 (T42nd)





hvib=pjbii=√ grkflo=√=lsboi^ka=m^ohI=h^kK Career Bests 18­Holes: 67 (2007 Pacific Invitational) 36­Holes: 138 (2007 Pacific Invitational) 54­Holes: 212 (2007 Pacific Invitational) Finish: T8th (2007 Kansas Inv., 2009 Kansas Inv.)

Redshirt | 09­10

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Fall | 10 Kansas Invitational* Jim Colbert Inter.

70­74­73–217 (T8th) 84­77­76–237 (T35th)

* Competed as an individual

Fall | 10 Competed in two events during the fall portion of the 2010­11 season… Finished in the top 10 for the first time since the 2008­09 season when he tied for eighth while playing as an individual at the Kansas Invitational, shooting a 1­over 217… Tied for 35th p at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate when he carded a 21­over 237.

Redshirted during the 2009­10 season. Sophomre | 08­09 Ended the year playing in nine events... Participated as an individual in the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate, where he finished with a 26­over par 242... Best round came at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate, where he carded a 7­ over par 220, helping the Wildcats to a second­place finish... Also put together a strong first round of even­par 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 1­over par 217. Freshman | 07­08 Competed in four events during the spring, three as a member of the K­State 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 top­10 finishes (Kansas Invitational, Missouri Tiger Intercollegiate)... Recorded his highest finish (T8th) in the season­opening Kansas Invitational where he competed as an individual... Joined the K­State scoring lineup for the final five events of the fall... Averaged 74.56 strokes per round... Lowest 54­hole tally was a 212 at the Pacific Invitational... His lowest 18­hole score was also at the Pacific Invitational where he recorded one of the top­25 scores in school history, a 67 in the opening round... Part of the K­State lineup at the Pacific Invitational that set the lowest 54­hole score in school history (826) and finished second behind the top­ranked team in the country. Overland Park 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 back­to­back Eastern Kansas League (EKL) titles as a junior in 2006 and a senior in 2007... Won by an 11­stroke margin in 2007... Team won the EKL title in 2007 by 42 strokes... Tied for third at the 2007 Kansas Regionals with a 1­under par 70...finished in the top five at the state tournament his freshman through junior seasons, including a second­place finish as a sophomore in 2005... Named all­metro in 2005 and 2006... Named first team all­Sun 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... Runner­up 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.





`e^pb=`e^j_boifk=√ plmeljlob=√ i^tobk`bI=h^kK Fall | 10 Saw action in four events over the span of the fall season… Best finish came while playing as an individual at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he tied for 30th at 19­over… Tied for 32nd at the Firestone Invitational where he carded a 6­over par 222 over three rounds… Was a part of the K­State scoring lineup at the Kansas Invitational and the David Toms Intercollegiate. RS Freshman | 09­10 Competed in four events during the 2009­10 slate... Carded a 242 at 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 final­round 71... Fired a 240 while playing as an individual at the Wolf Pack Classic… Saw his last action of the season at the Mizzou Intercollegiate where he tied for 51st at 14­over par.

Career Bests 18­Holes: 70 (2010 Firestone Inv., 2010 David Toms) 36­Holes: 145 (2010 Firestone Invitational) 54­Holes: 222 (2010 Firestone Invitational) Finish: T18th (2009 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate)

Fall | 09 Wolf Run Intercollegiate Jim Colbert Inter. Wolf Pack Classic*

Spring | 10 Mizzou Intercollegiate

Freshman | 08­09 Redshirted the 2008­09 season.

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

74­76­80—230 (T51st)

Fall | 10

Olathe South 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 All­Metro honors from the Kansas City Star... He is a two­time Sunflower League individual champion after winning the event as a freshman and a senior, and also placed second as a junior... A four­time All­Olathe and All­Sunflower League performer... Led his Falcons to a 2007 Kansas 6A team championship as he placed second as an individual.

Kansas Invitational Jim Colbert Inter.* Firestone Invitational* David Toms Inter.

80­75­75—230 (T54th) 75­80­80—235 (T30th) 70­75­77—222 (T32nd) 78­70­78—226 (T50th)

* Competed 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.





_bk=grccbo=√ plmeljlob=√ tbpq=abp=jlfkbpI=flt^ Career Bests 18­Holes: 67 (2010 Kansas Invitational) 36­Holes: 142 (2010 Kansas Invitational) 54­Holes: 213 (2010 Pacific Invitational) Finish: T12th (2010 Kansas Inv., 2010 Jim Colbert Inter.)

Fall | 10 Was an anchor in the scoring lineup, playing in all six events for the Wildcats during the fall slate… Finished in the top 20 in three separate tournaments… Opened the season by tying for 54th at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate… Finished in a tie for 12th at both the Kansas Invitational and the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate… Tied for 52nd and 68th at the Firestone Invitational and the David Toms Intercollegiate, respectively… Finished the fall schedule on a high note, tying for 14th at the Pacific Invitational.

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

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

Spring | 10 Fresno State Classic Desert Shootout* Mizzou Intercollegiate

80­78­84–242 (T98th) 81­77­76–234 (T92nd) 75­72­77–224 (T31st)

Fall | 10 Wolf Run Intercollegiate Kansas Invitational Jim Colbert Inter. Firestone Invitational David Toms Inter. Pacific Invitational

76­73­77–226 67­75­77–219 75­74­77–226 79­72­77–228 79­79­75–233 73­70­70–213

* Competed as an individual


(T40th) (T12th) (T12th) (T52nd) (T68th) (T14th)

Freshman | 09­10 Competed in six events during the 2009­10 season for the Wildcats... His first career tournament was at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he carded an 18­over par 160 as an individual... Scored a 22­over par 238 at the Bill Ross Intercollegaite... His best finish was a tie for 31st at the Mizzou Intercollegiate where he fired an 8­over par 224… Was a part of the Big 12 Championship lineup, tying for 59th. Dowling Catholic High School A four year varsity letterwinner at Dowling Catholic High School... Named all­conference all four years and earned all­state honors twice... Had 12 top­20 finishes in national junior golf tournaments during 2007­08... 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 hole­in­one at age nine... Enjoys playing basketball and tennis.




`roqfp=vlkhb=√ plmeljlob=√ lsboi^ka=m^ohI=h^kK Fall | 10 Was a part of the scoring lineup in four events during the fall slate… Started the season by tying for 40th at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate at 13­over… Tied for 30th at both the Kansas Invitational and the Pacific Invitational… Carded a 21­over par 237 to tie for 35th at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate. Freshman | 09­10 Played in 10 out of the 11 tournaments on the Wildcats 2009­10 schedule... Won the first tournament of his career by firing a 5­under par 211 at the Mizzou Intercollegiate… Competed 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 5­over par 175 and finished in a tie for eighth... At the Wolf Pack Classic, recorded a 2­over par 218 to help the team to a top­five finish… Finished in a tie for 28th at the Desert Shootout after carding a 1­over par 217… Tied for 15th at the Big 12 Championships with a 3­over par 291. Blue Valley West High School Won the Kansas 6A State Championship in 2008 and 2009 and was chosen The Kansas City Star All­Metro 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. 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.

Career Bests 18­Holes: 69 (2010 Mizzou Int., 2010 Pacific Inv.) 36­Holes: 140 (2010 Mizzou Intercollegiate) 54­Holes: 211 (2010 Mizzou Intercollegiate) Finish: 1st (2010 Mizzou Intercollegiate)

Fall | 09 71­76–147 72­75­71–218 78­82­78–238 74­71­77–222 76­73­71–220

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

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

Spring | 10 Fresno State Classic Desert Shootout Morris Williams Inter. Mizzou Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship

78­76­78–232 (T80th) 72­71­74–217 (T28th) 75­78­82–235 (T66th) 69­71­71–211 (1st) 74­70­75­72­291 (T15th)

Fall | 10 Wolf Run Intercollegiate Kansas Invitational Jim Colbert Inter. Pacific Invitational

76­73­77–226 72­78­74–224 79­77­81–237 75­69­73–217

(T40th) (T30th) (T35th) (T30th)

* Competed as an individual





qelj^p=_foapbv=√ cobpej^k=√ qolmev=`ir_I=qbu^p Career Bests 18­Holes: 65 (2010 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate) 36­Holes: 142 (2010 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate) 54­Holes: 215 (2010 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate) Finish: 3rd (2010 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate)

Fall | 10 Wolf Run Intercollegiate Kansas Invitational Jim Colbert Inter. Firestone Invitational David Toms Inter. Pacific Invitational

77­79­75—231 73­75­71—219 77­65­73—215 73­70­76—219 74­74­68—216 75­70­70—215

(T62nd) (T12th) (3rd) (T20th) (T23rd) (21st)

Fall | 10 Was a consistent performer in the Wildcat scoring lineup, competing in all six fall tournaments… Led the team in stroke average with a 73.06, while having all 18 of his rounds counted towards the Wildcat team score… Notched three top 20 finishes, including one top­five finish… Shot six different rounds under par, including a round of 7­under 65 at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate… Took third place at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate in just his third tournament as a collegiate golfer by firing a 1­under par 215… Tied for 12th at the Kansas Invitational at 3­over par… Tied for 20th at the Firestone Invitational with a 3­over par 219… Shot even­par 216 at the David Toms Intercollegiate to tie for 23rd… Finished the fall slate by tying for 21st at the Pacific Invitational at 2­over par. South Lake Caroll High School A four year letterwinner under head coach Matt Glenn... Qualified for the US Amateur the summer before his senior year... Played in the 2008 US Junior Amateur Championship at Shoal Creek... Recorded two top­five finishes and six top­15 finishes in American Junior Golf Association tournaments... Ranked as high as third in Texas for the Class of 2010 on Junior Golf Scoreboard... Ranked in Top 100 players for the Class of 2010 in Golfweek Junior Rankings. Personal Born December 26, 1990… Parents are Don and Cindy Birdsey… Is the son of former Kansas State punter Don Birdsey, who played for the Wildcats from 1977­80 and still holds the K­State record for career yardage at 11,422.





a^sfa=hi^raq=√ cobpej^k=√ a^ii^pI=qbu^p Fall | 10 Played in three events during the fall portion of his freshman season... Notched a top 20 finish in his first career tournament as he tied for 15th while playing as an individual at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate with a 14­over par 230… Tied for 22nd at the Firestone Invitational where her fired a 4­over 220… Finished the fall season by tying for 58th at the David Toms Intercollegiate. Cistercian Preperatory School A four year letterwinner for the Cistercian Preparatory School Hawks... Tied for first at the 2009 Desert Junior Golf Tour Classic at the Golf Club of Estrella... Took third place at the 2009 Dallas City Golf Championship... Finished fourth in the 2008 Bass Pro Shops/Payne Stewart AJGA event... Named to the academic honor roll. Personal Born July 30, 1991… Parents are Dave and Carole Klaudt… Has two sisters, Stefanie and Caroline… Enjoys fishing.

­Career Bests 18­Holes: 71 (2010 Firestone Invitational) 36­Holes: 144 (2010 Firestone Invitational) 54­Holes: 220 (2010 Firestone Invitational) Finish: T15th (2010 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate)

Fall | 10 Jim Colbert Inter.* Firestone Invitational David Toms Inter.

78­80­72—230 (T15th) 73­71­76—220 (T22nd) 82­74­73—229 (T58th)

* Competed as an individual





qvibo=kloofp=√ cobpej^=k=√ j^ke^qq^kI=h^kK Career Bests 18­Holes: 75 (2010 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate) 36­Holes: 163 (2010 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate) 54­Holes: 246 (2010 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate) Finish: T45th (2010 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate)

Fall | 10 Wolf Run Intercollegiate Jim Colbert Inter.*

82­89­80—251 (T69th) 84­75­83—246 (T45th)

* Competed as an individual

Fall | 10 Played in two events during the fall slate of his first season... Was a part of the K­State scoring lineup for the first time in his career at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate where he tied for 80th… Took 45th at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate, shooting a 30­over par 246. Manhattan High School A two year letterwinner at Manhattan High School... Qualified for match play and won one match in the 2010 Kansas Amateur... Finished seventh at the 2008 Kansas 6A state championship... Was the 2009 OJGT Tee Town Challenge Champion... Tied for eighth at the 2009 Woody Austin Invitational... Was the 2009 City of Manhattan Junior Champion... Made the honor roll all four years of high school and was a member of the National Honors Society. Personal Born June 13, 1992… Is the son of head coach Tim Norris and Shelley Norris… Older sister Ashley is a golfer for the Creighton women’s golf team … Is the only signee in the 2010­11 signing class from the state of Kansas.





g^`h=t^qplk=√ cobpej^k=√ ifk`likpefobI=fiiK Fall | 10 Played in all six events throughout the fall schedule… Finished in the top 10 twice in just six tournaments as a collegiate golfer… Is third on the team in stroke average with a 74.44… Leads the team in rounds even or under par with seven… Took second place while playing as an individual at the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate where he fired a 2­under par 214… Tied for sixth at the David Toms Intercollegiate where he fired a team season best 5­ under par 211 over three rounds… Played in his first career tournament at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate where he tied for 69th… Tied for 54th at the Kansas Invitational and 44th at the Firestone Invitational. Carmel Catholic High School A four­year letterwinner at Carmel Catholic HS... Was the 2009 East Suburban Catholic Conference Player of the Year... Led his team to its first conference championship and first state finals appearance in over 25 years where he finished third... Ranked 98th in the Polo Junior Golf Rankings... Took second in the 2009 AJGA Flossmoor Junior... Finished fourth at the 2009 AJGA Notre Dame Junior... Hold school records for scoring average in 18­ hole events (72.5), 9­hole events (36.5), low nine­hole round (32), low 18 hole round (69).

Career Bests 18­Holes: 65 (2010 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate) 36­Holes: 142 (2010 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate) 54­Holes: 215 (2010 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate) Finish: 3rd (2010 Jim Colbert Intercollegiate)

Fall | 10 Wolf Run Intercollegiate Kansas Invitational Jim Colbert Inter.* Firestone Invitational David Toms Inter. Pacific Invitational

77­77­80—234 78­76­76—230 70­72­72—214 71­75­80—226 70­70­71—211 76­73­76—225

(T69th) (T54th) (2nd) (T44th) (T6th) (51st)

* Competed as an individual

Personal Born March 3, 1992… Parents are John and Nancy Watson… Has a twin sister named Maggie... Enjoys snowboarding and basketball.









September 12­13, 2009 Wolf Run Golf Club Zionsville, Ind. Par 71 / 7,195 Yards Host­Indiana

September 21­22, 2009 Colbert Hills Golf Club Manhattan, Kan. Par 72/7,­525 Yards Host­Kansas State

October 5­6, 2009 Wolf Run Golf Club Reno, Nev. Par 72 / 7,100 Yards Host­Nevada

October 12­13, 2009 Firestone Country Club Akron, Ohio Par 72 / 7,125 Yards Host­Akron

ZIONSVILLE, Ind. - Kansas State carded a 15-over 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, 7,195-yard 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 54-hole score of 33-over par 885, three shots behind Penn State for seventh place. Illinois won the event with a 5-under par 847. North Florida followed in second place, posting an 8-over par 860. Host school Indiana came in third, while Michigan and Iowa State rounded out the top five. Gregson posted an even-par 71 in the final round, giving him a three-round total of 2-under 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 1­over par 569 at the par 71, 7,363­yard 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 in­state foe Kansas, which finished in second place with a 23­over par 591 in off­and­on rainy conditions. After beginning the final round in second place, Illinois State finished with a 28­over par 596 for a third­place finish. Coming off a tough tournament to start the 2009­10 season at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate, senior Joe Ida rebounded to bring home the first individual title of his career by carding a 2­under 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 K­State senior Mitchell Gregson, who carded a 1­under par 141.

RENO, Nev. ­ Senior Joe Kinney led 15th­ ranked Kansas State to a strong finish as he recorded a career­best 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 7­under par 271 final­round score, giving K­State a total score of 9­under par 855 to tie for fourth place with Fresno State. Kinney had a career performance, posting an 8­under par 208. He propelled himself into the top five with back­to­back 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." In­state rival Wichita State won the team title after firing a 17­under par 847 at the par 72, 7,100­yard Wolf Run Golf Club. San Diego finished in second place after carding the lowest round of the tournament with a final­round score of 13­under par 275 to finish at 15­under par 849. Host school Nevada finished ahead of the Wildcats in third place with an 11­under par 853. Wichita State's Dustin Garza took home the individual title with an 11­under par 205. Mitchell Gregson fired a 2­under par 214 and finished in a tie for 11th place. Curtis Yonke finished in a tie for 21st after carding a 2­over par 218.

AKRON, Ohio ­ After shooting back­to­ back scores of 8­over par 296, Kansas State stayed steady in the final round as it carded a 9­over 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 third­best round at the par 72, 7,125­yard Firestone Country Club. "We had a pretty good day today," said head coach Tim Norris. "We had a 9­over par, which, due to the weather, was a lot better than the 8­ over par yesterday. It was pretty breezy today with a 15­20 mile­per­hour 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 5­under par 869. Eastern Michigan, which led the event heading into the final round, fell into second place after posting a 6­over par 870. Big Ten power Michigan State finished in third at 24­over par 888. Coming in fifth behind K­State was Kentucky, which carded a 26­over par 890. K­State senior Joe Ida, who entered the final round in third place, was able to hang on to finish with a 1­under 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 5­over 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

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

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

K­State Individuals T5. T5. T66. T70. T81.

Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney Joe Ida Ross Geubelle Chase Chamberlin


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

­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.

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

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

K­State 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

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

­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

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

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

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

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

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

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

K­State Individuals

K­State Individuals T2. T11. T33. T28. T21. T76.

Team Results

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

­8 ­2 +4 +3 +2 +24

4. T15. T49. T58. T60.

Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke

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

­1 +5 +8 +21 +22







October 19­20, 2009 Blue Hills Country Club Kansas City, Mo. Par 72 / 7,318 Yards Host­ UMKC

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

November 2­4, 2009 Brookside CC Stockton, Calif. Par 71 / 6,757 Yards Host­Pacific

February 27­28, 2009 San Joaquin CC Fresno, Calif. Par 72 / 6,970 Yards Host­ Fresno State

KANSAS CITY, MO. ­ Junior Ross Geubelle and freshman Ben Juffer of the Kansas State men's golf team finished their rounds as in­ dividuals Tuesday at the 2009 Bill Ross In­ tercollegiate. The event was played at par 72 7,318­yard Blue Hill Country Club. Geubelle entered the final round in a tie for 48th place but finished tied for 52nd place after firing an 8­over par 80. "Ross has been struggling a lot off the tee," said head coach Tim Norris. "He got off to a horren­ dous start but battled back big in the end." After carding his best 18­hole score of his career in Monday's second round, Juffer stumbled in the final round carding a 10­ over par 82 giving him a total score of 22­ over par 238 to finish in 55th place. "Ben had his driver squared away pretty good today," said Norris. "He was a little ineffec­ tive with the irons which left him with a lot of long putts." Central Arkansas finished in first place after carding a 16­over par 880. Dustin Garza of Wichita State took home his second individual crown of the season as he finished with the only sub­par score in the tournament at 5­under par 211."It was a good learning experience for the guys. It was a pretty demanding golf course that really let them know where their inad­ equacies are before qualifying Wednesday and Thursday," said Norris.

LAS CRUCES, N.M. ­ Kansas State finished third at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate after carding a 54­hole score of 9­under par 843 at the par 71, 7,074­yard New Mexico State Golf Course. K­State and Washington State each shot a 1­over par 285 as the Wildcats could not gain any ground on the second­place 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 three­round totals of 215 or better is a strong team performance. " Senior Joe Ida led K­State's charge as he finished tied for seventh at 6­under par 207. Right behind Ida was senior Mitchell Gregson, who took 11th after shooting a 5­under par 208. Joe Kinney carded his second round of 71 in the tournament and finished tied for 30th at 1­over par 214. Jason Schulte finished tied for 34th at 2­over par 215, while Curtis Yonke finished at 9­over par 222 to tie for 65th.

STOCKTON, Calif. ­ Kansas State recorded its fifth top­five finish of the fall with a 9­ under par 843 at the Pacific Invitational. The Wildcats carded a final round score of 4­under 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 50­foot 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 5­under 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 top­five finish of the fall. Ida tied for 13th place after firing a 3­under 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 8­over par 221 to tie for 42nd place.

FRESNO, Calif. ­ The Kansas State men's golf team got off to a rough start to the spring portion of their season as they fin­ ished in 15th place at the Fresno State Lexus Classic. The Wildcats finished with a 67­over par 1,132 in a tournament that took the top­five scores per round unlike most tournaments that take only the top­ four scores per round. "The guys gave a good effort. It is the start of the spring sea­ son and our goal is to be a little bit better at the next tournament," said head coach Tim Norris. "Overall I was a little disap­ pointed that we weren't a little bit more competitive but we had some good rounds. The golf course was pretty demanding. You had to be at the top of your game as you can tell by all the over par scores. I thought our club selection and strategy was the down­ fall this tournament but the putting and short game was pretty strong." Joe Ida led the way for the Wildcats as he finished tied for 14th place after firing a 3­over par 216. Senior Mitchell Gregson tied for 25th place after carding a 7­over par 220. Joe Kinney finished tied for 65th as he posted a 14­ over par 227. Freshman Curtis Yonke carded a 19­over par 232 and tied for 80th place. Jason Schulte finished in 97th place with a 27­over par 240 and Ben Juffer took 98th place with a 29­over par 242.

K­State Individuals T52. Ross Geubelle 55. Ben Juffer

78­79­80­237 +21 82­74­82­238 +22

Team Results 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

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

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

K­State Individuals T7. 11. T33. T34. T65.

Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke

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

­6 ­5 +1 +2 +9

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

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

K­State Individuals 4. T13. T33. 41. T42.

Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Jason Schulte Curtis Yonke Joe Kinney

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

­8 ­3 +4 +7 +8

T1. BYU T1. San Diego 3. Washington 4. Oregon 5. Michigan 6. Pepperdine 7. UC Irvine 8. Fresno State 9. California T10. Sacramento St. T10. Cal Poly 12. Pacific 13. St. Mary’s 14. Nevada 15.Kansas State 16. San Jose State

361­362­362­1,085 366­359­360­1,085 363­356­368­1,087 369­358­361­1,088 372­349­371­1,092 355­365­374­1,094 366­377­364­1,107 370­372­367­1,109 365­377­368­1,110 371­370­375­1,116 375­372­369­1,116 372­373­377­1,122 377­378­372­1,127 377­377­374­1,128 380­373­379­1,132 383­377­375­1,132

+20 +20 +22 +23 +27 +27 +42 +44 +45 +51 +51 +57 +62 +63 +67 +70

K­State Individuals T14. T25. T61. T80. 97. 98.

Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney Curtis Yonke Jason Schulte Ben Juffer

71­73­72­216 76­70­74­220 78­76­73­227 78­76­78­232 77­87­82­240 80­78­84­242


+3 +7 +14 +19 +27 +29








March 18­20, 2010 Palm Vally Golf Course Goodyear, Ariz. Par 71 / 7,015 Yards Host ­ Denver

April 5­6, 2010 University of Texas Golf Club Austin, Texas Par 71 / 7,412 Yards Host­Texas

April 12­13, 2010 The Club at Old Hawthorne Columbia, Mo. Par 72 / 7,221 Yards Host­Missouri

April 23­29, 2010 Whispering Pines Golf Club Trinity, Texas Par 72 / 7,425 Yards Host­Baylor

GOODYEAR, Ariz. ­ Kansas State senior men's golfer Joe Kinney fired a 1­under par 71 to move up three spots during the final round of the Desert Shootout at the par 72, 7,015­yard Palm Valley Golf Club. Kinney tallied his third top­five finish of the season as he tied for fifth with a three­round score of 6­under par 210. The Antioch, Ill., native finished one stroke behind BYU's Jordan Rodgers for fourth. "It was an excellent tournament for Joe Kinney," said head coach Tim Norris. "He played well from start to finish.” Kansas State, which was second after the first day and fell to ninth after day two, dropped two more spots after a final­round score of 12­over par 300. The Wildcats finished the tournament 11th at 10­over par 874, three shots shy of a ninth­place tie between Iowa State and Boise State. Wildcat freshman Curtis Yonke carded a 2­over par 74 to finish with a three­round score of 1­over 217, the lowest 54­hole score of his young career. The Overland Park, Kan., product finished tied for 28th. Mitchell Gregson finished tied for 42nd at 4­over par 220. Jason Schulte rounded out the lineup for Kansas State as he shot a three­round score of 22­over par 238 to finish 95th. Joe Ida withdrew with a hand injury midway through round two.

AUSTIN, Texas ­ After finishing day one tied for 23rd, Kansas State senior Mitchell Gregson kicked into high gear as he im­ proved nine spots to tie for 14th during the final round of the Morris Williams Inter­ collegiate at the par 71, 7,412­yard Univer­ sity of Texas Golf Course. Gregson, who carded an 8­over par 221, collected his team­leading seventh top­20 finish of the season and his first of the spring. "Mitch had a really great day," said head coach Tim Norris. "He had a couple of late bogies, but there were a lot of bogies out there today. He played very well, and I'm really proud of him. This is really a good confidence builder for Mitch going into the next tour­ nament." The strong performance by Greg­ son was not enough to help Kansas State move up the leader board, however, as the Wildcats finished the event in 13th place with a combined score of 67­over par 919. "It was a grueling tournament with a long day yesterday," said Norris. "It is no fun when you have to hit great shots and work very hard just to make par. But it is great to play a tough course like this, especially in preparation for the Big 12 Championship. This is a course that is not a lot of fun but is going to make you better."

COLUMBIA, Mo. ­ Freshman Curtis Yonke won the individual title at the Mizzou Intercollegiate after besting Nebraska's Brandon Crick on the fourth playoff hole, while the Wildcats took home second place as a team to record their sixth top­five finish of the season. With a 1­under par 71 in the final round, Yonke notched his first individual title and became the second Wildcat to win an individual title this season. Yonke finished the tournament at 5­under par 211 and posted career­best scores for 18, 36 and 54­holes. "It was a big day for Curtis," said head coach Tim Norris. "He played really solid. He had some bogeys but was able to bounce back.”The Wildcats, who finished the tournament with a 6­under par 858, placed second behind Nebraska (7­under par 857) which fired a final round score of 1­over par 285 to move one stroke ahead of K­State. Senior Joe Ida capped off a strong tournament with a final round 72 and recorded his third top­five finish of the season as he finished in third place with a 4­under par 212. Mitchell Gregson notched his fifth top­ 10 finish of the season as he tied for seventh place with a combined score of 1­ under par 215. Joe Kinney, a senior, finished tied for 23rd place after posting a 6­over par 222. Playing as an individual, Ben Juffer recorded the best finish in his career as he tied for 33rd place with an 8­ over par 224.

TRINITY, Texas ­ Paced by four players in the top 25, the Kansas State men's golf team finished fifth at the Big 12 Champi­ onship with an 11­over par 1163 at the par 72, 7,425 yard Whispering Pines Golf Club. Oklahoma State earned its fourth straight Big 12 Championship with a 19­under par 1133 at the 72­hole event. “We did a good job coming in here," said head coach Tim Norris. "We didn't play our best golf but we did an excellent job competing. I told the team that we would be running with the big dogs here at the Big 12 Championship. If you look at the rankings of the teams that finished ahead of us they all are in the top­ 15." Senior Joe Ida led the Wildcats with a 2­under par 70 in the final round and fin­ ished tied for seventh with a score of 288. Ida has now been the top K­State finisher in three of the four Big 12 Championships. "Joe had a great round today," said Norris. "He hit the ball very solid and played the par­threes beautifully. He played great golf all week. Senior Mitchell Gregson and freshman Curtis Yonke tied for 15th place with a 3­over par 291. Gregson carded a 4­ over par 76 in the final round, while Yonke posted an even­par 72. Senior Joe Kinney posted a final round 4­over par 76 and tied for 22nd place with a 6­over par 294. Freshman Ben Juffer finished in 59th place after carding an 8­over par 80 in the final round and finished with a 29­over par 317.

Team Results Team Results T1. Wichita State T1. Kansas 3. E. Michegan 4. BYU 5. Pacific 6. Nebraska 7. Xavier 8. Virginia Comm. T9. Iowa State T9. Boise State 11. Kansas State 12. Memphis 13. Denver 14. N. Colorado 15. Utah 16. Northern Iowa 17. Southern Utah

282­280­293­855 285­279­291­855 280­278­300­858 289­279­291­859 277­293­290­860 288­287­286­861 282­283­297­862 281­290­295­866 286­287­298­871 283­297­291­871 279­295­300­874 288­290­304­882 296­295­297­888 294­296­302­892 295­297­301­893 292­307­302­901 306­306­298­910

­9 ­9 ­6 ­5 ­4 ­3 ­2 +2 +7 +7 +10 +18 +24 +28 +29 +37 +46

K­State Individuals T5. T28. T42. T88. 95. 102.

Joe Kinney Curtis Yonke Mitchell Gregson *Ben Juffer Jason Schulte Joe Ida


67­72­71­210 72­71­74­217 72­74­74­220 81­77­76­234 79­78­81­238 68

­6 +1 +4 +18 +22 DNF

1. Georgia 287­307­284­878 2. Texas 292­287­300­879 3. Texas A&M 298­294­291­883 4. Texas Tech 287­299­298­884 5. Arkansas 294­299­293­886 6. New Mexico 281­299­310­890 7. TCU 301­293­302­896 8. Tulsa 305­294­299­898 9. Oklahoma State 299­301­301­901 10. Pepperdine 299­299­309­907 11. LSU 292­298­322­912 12. SMU 304­303­309­916 13.Kansas State 302­307­310­919 14. Baylor 305­306­311­922 15. UTSA 323­315­322­960

+26 +27 +31 +32 +34 +38 +44 +46 +49 +55 +60 +64 +67 +70 +108

K­State Individuals T14. T53. T63. T66. T76.

Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Joe Kinney Curtis Yonke Jason Schulte

75­73­73­221 75­78­78­231 77­78­79­234 75­78­82­235 79­84­80­243

+8 +18 +21 +22 +30


Team Results Team Results 1. Nebraska 2. Kansas State 3. Missouri 4. St. Mary’s T5. Kansas T5. Iowa State T5. Wyoming 8. Ball State 9. Northern Ill. 10. South Dakota St. 11. Belmont 12. Oral Roberts 13. Northern Iowa 14. Creighton 15. IUPUI

282­290­285­857 287­284­287­858 283­293­291­867 297­284­292­873 301­282­302­885 291­293­307­882 292­294­299­885 300­293­305­898 297­296­308­901 309­294­302­905 305­301­303­909 299­306­305­910 307­296­312­915 309­314­312­935 322­334­332­988

­7 ­6 +3 +9 +21 +21 +21 +34 +37 +41 +45 +46 +51 +71 +124

K­State Individuals 1. 3. T7. T23. T33. T51.

Curtis Yonke Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Joe Kinney *Ben Juffer Chase Chamberlin

69­71­71­211 70­70­72­212 74­69­72­215 76­74­72­222 75­72­77­224 74­76­80­230

­5 ­4 ­1 +6 +8 +14

1. Oklahoma State 281­284­286­282­1,133 ­19 2. Texas A&M 280­285­292­289­1,146 ­6 3. Texas 282­284­287­295­1,148 ­4 4. Texas Tech 286­285­284­297­1,152 E 5. Kansas State 290­283­296­294­1,163 +11 6. Baylor 288­287­301­295­1,171 +19 T7. Nebraska 290­295­304­295­1,184 +32 T7. Oklahoma 299­290­308­287­1,184 +32 9. Colorado 289­295­304­300­1,188 +36 10. Iowa State 300­294­311­298­1,203 +51 11. Missouri 301­297­309­298­1,205 +53 12. Kansas 295­298­315­302­1,210 +58

K­State Individuals T7. T15. T15. T22. 59.

Joe Ida Mitchell Gregson Curtis Yonke Joe Kinney Ben Juffer

75­69­74­70­288 74­68­73­76­291 74­70­75­72­291 68­76­74­76­294 74­83­80­80­317

E +3 +3 +6 +29


NCAA SOUTHEAST REGIONAL May 20­22, 2009 Crabapple Golf Course Alpharetta, Ga. Par 70 / 7,182 Yards Host­ Georgia Tech ALPHARETTA, Ga. ­ Kansas State senior men's golfers Mitchell Gregson and Joe Ida concluded their collegiate careers, each fin­ ishing in the top 50 at the 2010 NCAA Southeast Regional held at the par 70, 7,182­yard Crabapple Golf Course. Gregson finished the tournament in a tie for 34th with an 8­over par 218 and Ida finished tied for 49th with an 11­over par 221. Gregson slipped from the pack with a 6­ over par 76 on the final day, while Ida re­ covered from a difficult first round with a 1­over par 71 on day three to move up five spots on the final leaderboard. "Both guys were in really tough positions today," head coach Tim Norris said. "Joe had to shoot a miracle round to get back in it, while Mitch had to play really, really solid on a very dif­ ficult golf course. However, both guys did awfully well and I'm proud of them. We're going to miss them in a lot of ways. Both these guys have meant so much to this pro­ gram. They are right at the top in a num­ ber of statistical categories in school history." Gregson, a native of Waterloo, Ill., finished his K­State career with the lowest stroke average in school history at 73.06, while he tied for the most individual tour­ nament victories with four. He also played in the second­most tournaments (51) and rounds (150). A native of Fort Scott, Kan., Ida concluded his career with the fourth­ lowest stroke average at 73.78, while he was the top K­State performer at the Big 12 Championships on three occasions. K­State Individuals T34. *Mitchell Gregson T49. *Joe Ida

69­73­76­218 +8 78­72­71­221 +11


2009-10 TEAM AVERAGE Fall Spring Total

Rounds 17 16 33

Strokes 4,4884 4,701 9,585

Team Average 287.29 293.81 290.45

Per Player Average 71.82 73.45 72.61

2009-10 OVERALL STATISTICS Player Events Rounds Mitchell Gregson 12 36 Joe Ida 12 34 Joe Kinney 11 33 Curtis Yonke 10 30 Jason Schulte 8 23 Ross Geubelle 3 8 Chase Chamberlin 4 11 Ben Juffer 6 18

Strokes 2,585 2,459 2,411 2,231 1,756 626 863 1,1098

Average 71.81 72.32 73.06 74.37 76.35 78.25 78.45 78.61

Low 18 66 68 67 69 67 75 71 72

Low 36 138 136 139 140 141 152 151 147

Low 54 205 207 208 211 215 232 240 224

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dçäÑtÉÉâÛë=báÖÜíÜJ_Éëí=`~ãéìë=`çìêëÉ 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 university­run 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 well­known 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 Pro­Am. “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 nine­hole teaching course, as well as a host of research and academic opportunities for K­State


researchers and students. With a world­class golf course, the university will restructure the turf program, making it one of the best in the world. Today,

eçäÉ=NM=√=m~ê=R 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 first­class facility for golf enthusiasts to enjoy a game that is growing faster than any sport in America."



hJpq^qb=iÉ~Çë=íÜÉ=t~ó=táíÜ=c~ÅáäáíÉë=réÖê~ÇÉ The K­State Fieldhouse Development Indoor Facility was officially dedicated on October 14, 2007. The programs opened the 1,344 square­foot, all­weather practice facility with a ribbon cutting and open house. The facility includes three all­weather hitting bays, an indoor putting surface and a hitting bay with cutting­edge video technology. The hitting bays allow for up to six golfers at a

time to hit full shots onto the driving range, while the video technology records the swings and provides instant feedback and insight for swing improvements.

“This facility will allow our players to develop and refine their games during the entire golf season, not just the winter months,” head coach Tim Norris said.

The $275,000 project was made possible by generous donations from Zac and Amber Burton and supporters of Chip­In for K­State Golf and will allow K­State golfers to improve their game no matter the season or weather.

“The Wildcats now have the chance to feel competitive in the early part of the spring season. I look at the indoor facility as an improvement tool more than a recruiting tool.”

This 1,800 square foot artificial green sits immediately south of the clubhouse. Running at 11 on the stimpmeter, it provides the Wildcats a “tournament speed” putting green yearround, day and night. The green includes a fringe cut for chipping practice as well.

The Brad Heyka Memorial Practice Area allows players to hone their skills on and around the greens.





1969 | Spring

1973 | Spring

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

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

Kansas Invitational April 25 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 324 (3rd of 5) Pete Ball 80 (T5th) Bob Leeper 80 (T5th) Pikes Peak Intercollegiate May 9­10 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 311­312­328—951 (11th of 19) Doug Gray 78­74­84—236 (T18th) 1970 | Spring

Team Doug Meier

Kansas Invitational April 24 | Lawrence, Kan. 322 (7th of 7) 75 (T4th)

Drake Invitational April 27­29 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 329­326­325—980 (13th of 18) Scott Bunker 79­81­75—235 (T27th ) Big Eight Championship May 19­20 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 312­331­320—963 (6th of 8) Scott Bunker 76­76­80—232 (T10th)

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

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

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

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

1970 | Fall

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

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

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

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

1979 | Spring

1971 | Spring

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

Team Doug Gray

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

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

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

Kansas State Invitational April 22 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 295 (3rd of 5) Bob Philbrick 74 (T5th)

Drake Relays April 24­25 | Des Moines, Iowa Terry Brennan 74­77­81—232 (T12th)

Missouri Invitational April 28­29 | Columbia, Mo. Team 294­292—586 (3rd of 4) Bob Philbrick 73­71—144 (4th)

Big Eight Championship May 16­27 | Norman, Okla. Team 330­323­320—973 (8th of 8) Terry Brennan 82­77­80—239 (T19th)

Big Eight Championship May 19­20 | Boulder, Colo. Team 313­304­298—915 (5th of 8) Doug Meier 73­74­78—225 (13th)

1976 | Spring Did Not Participate in Golf 1977 | Spring

1972 | Fall Big Eight Fall Championship Oct. 27­28 | Boulder, Colo. Team 299­297­313—909 (6th of 8) Butch Thames 73­76­76—225 (15th)


Shocker Classic April 6­8 | Wichita, Kan. Team 306­323­318—947 (7th of 14) Scott Bunker 75­77­77—229 (15th)


Big Eight Championship May 11­12 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 325­317­318—960 (8th of 8) Brad Johnson 78­78­77—233 (30th) 1981 | Fall

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

1974 | Spring

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

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

1978 | Spring Kansas State Triangular May 4 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 295 (Tied 1st of 3) Paul Anderson 72 (T1st)

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

Team Doug Gray

Shocker Classic April 16­17 | Wichita, Kan. Team 320­329­315—964 (20th of 21) Jon Carlson 79­82­77—242 (T56th) Brad Johnson 79­82­77—242 (T56th)

Shawnee Invitational March 29­30 | Shawnee, Okla. Team 312­306­299—917 (7th of 8) Brian Linn 78­70­74—222 (10th) Shocker Classic April 19­20 | Wichita, Kan. Team 304­305­307—916 (15th of 20) Scott Bunker 71­75­73—219 (T6th) Drake Relays April 26­28 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 333­325­356—1014 (12th of 12) Scott Bunker 78­82­89—249 (T38th) Big Eight Championship May 3­4 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 323­309­320—952 (8th of 8) Scott Bunker 81­73­78—232 (T24th) 1980 | Spring

Kansas Invitational Oct. 12­13 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 328­340—668 (6th of 6) Robert Sedorcek 80­82—162 (24th) 1982 | Spring Park College Invitational April 1­2 | Parkville, Mo. Team 319­311—630 (6th of 21) Robert Sedorcek 77­76—153 (8th) Bethany Invitational April 8 | Lindsborg, Kan. Team 315 (T6th of 12) Brad Johnson 75 (T6th) Wichita Golf Classic April 15­16 | Wichita, Kan. Team 340­314­330—984 (19th of 20) Kevin Crow 83­73­83—242 (39th) Drake Relays April 22­23 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 322­313­313—948 (10th of 27) Brad Johnson 79­75­76—230 (13th) Big Eight Championship May 10­11 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 322­318­319—959 (8th of 8) Robert Sedorcek 78­79­78—235 (27th) 1983 | Spring Park College Invitational March 31 | Parkville, Mo. Team 314 (5th of 12) Allen French 74 (4th) Heart of America April 22­23 | Warrensburg, Mo. Team 320­302—622 (T4th of 15) Kevin Crow 77­76—153 (12th)

Wichita Classic April 17­18 | Wichita, Kan. Team 310­314­312—936 (14th of 16) Mont Green 76­76­84—236 (T37th) Richard Sorenson 78­77­81—236 (T37th)

Drake Relays Tournament April 28­29 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 332­325­326­308—1291 (17th of 24) Robert Sedorcek 84­80­83­77—324 (47th)

Drake Relays April 24­26 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 313­322­316—951 (7th of 18) George Furney 79­75­79—233 (18th)

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

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

Team Jack Day 1983 | Fall

1981 | Spring

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

Baker Invitational March 27 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 304 (3rd of 12) George Furney 73 (2nd)

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

Park College Invitational April 2­3 | Parkville, Mo. Team 331­332—663 (10th of 13) George Furney 84­78—162 (T19th)

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

Bethany Invitational April 10 | Salina, Kan. Team 311 (3rd of 14) George Furney 74 (3rd)

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1984 | Spring Park College Invitational March 29­30 | Parkville, Mo. Team 316­308—624 (3rd of 12) Robert Sedorcek 79­73—152 (T2nd) Bethany Invitational April 6 | Salina, Kan. Team 302 (1st of 8) Robert Sedorcek 71 (1st) Crossroads of America April 12­13 | Joplin, Mo. Team 337­314—651 (7th of 7) Robert Sedorcek 78­76—154 (3rd) Heart of America April 20­21 | Warrensburg, Mo. Team 343­309—652 (6th of 14) Robert Sedorcek 77­72—149 (1st)

Crossroads of America April 10­11 | Joplin, Mo. Team 320­318—638 (14th of 29) Daran Neuschafer 76­77—153 (T15th) Baker Invitational April 15 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 343 (3rd of 15) Daran Neuschafer 79 (4th) Heart of America Classic April 18­19 | Warrensburg, Mo. Team 302­301—603 (5th of 15) Jim Fiscella 73­74—147 (T10th)

Team Jack Day

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

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

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

1986 | Fall

Big Eight Championship May 14­15 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 337­327­323—987 (8th of 8) Robert Sedorcek 79­79­77—235 (20th)

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

1984 | Fall

Emporia State Invitational Oct. 11­12 | Emporia, Kan. Team 297­159*—456 (2nd of 3) Daran Neuschafer 75­37—112 (5th) *27­hole event

Kansas State Invitational Sept. 13­14 | Junction City, Kan. Team 303­302—605 (1st of 3) Robert Sedorcek 74­74—148 (1st) Baker Invitational Sept. 28­29 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 314­303—617 (2nd of 12) Robert Sedorcek 77­79—156 (5th)

Shocker Classic Oct. 19­20 | Wichita, Kan. Team 313­311—624 (6th of 6) Jeff Sedorcek 73­78—151 (10th) 1987 | Spring

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

Kansas State­Pepsi Classic April 2­3 | Manhattan, Kan. 313­322­298—934 (1st of 3) 81­79­70—230 (2nd)

Team Troy Keller

1988 | Spring First Republic Bank Invitational March 21­22 | Waco, Texas Team 315­311—626 (17th of 24) Jeff Sedorcek 76­75—151 (T23) Creighton Invitational April 7 | Omaha, Neb. Team 311 (1st of 21) Chris Gomez 76 (1st)

Marymount Invitational April 2 | Salina, Kan. Team 299 (1st of 6) Robert Sedorcek 70 (1st) Park College Invitational April 7­8 | Luther, Iowa Team 316­315—631 (1st of 19) Brady Tinker 78­78—156 (6th) Crossroads of America April 11­12 | Joplin, Mo. Team 319­305—624 (5th of 31) Robert Sedorcek 78­74—152 (T9th) Heart of America April 19­20 | Warrensburg, Mo. Team 311­299—610 (1st of 20) Kevin Crow 78­75—153 (1st) Big Eight Championship May 13­14 | Oklahoma City, Okla. Team 308­322­325—955 (8th of 8) Robert Sedorcek 75­78­79—232 (T25th)

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

Team Jeff Sedorcek

Drake Relays Festival April 23­24 | Des Moines, Iowa Team 312­298­303—913 (4th of 26) Jeff Sedorcek 77­70­74—221 (T1st) Midwest Collegiate Championship April 25­26 | Ames, Iowa Team 329­309—638 (5th of 9) Todd Fowler 79­77—156 (T7th) Big Eight Championship May 18­19 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 312­317­314—943 (8th of 8) Jeff Sedorcek 74­79­79—232 (T29th) 1987 | Fall

Midwestern Invitational April 29­30 | Lake Geneva Wis. Team 315­308­311—934 (T10th of 15) Chris Gomez 78­74­78—230 (23rd) Big Eight Championship May 16­17 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 324­328­318—970 (8th of 8) Jeff Sedorcek 72­78­77—227 (T15th) 1988 | Fall Kansas Jayhawk Invitational Sept. 12­13 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 318­307­315—940 (7th of 8) Brett Vuillemin 78­72­80—230 (15th) Kansas State Invitational Sept. 19­20 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 305­310­294—909 (1st of 5) Jeff Sedorcek 74­79­69—222 (1st) Texas Intercollegiate Sept. 26­27 | Fort Worth, Texas Team 302­288­312—902 (11th of 15) Jeff Sedorcek 72­69­79—220 (T14th) Brett Vuillemin 75­67­78—220 (T14th) U.C. Ferguson All­College Classic Oct. 3­4 | Oklahoma City, Okla. Team 294­305­311—910 (T6th of 13) Brad Stevens 75­75­77—227 (T17) 1989 | Spring U.C. Santa Barbara Invitational Feb. 27­28 | Santa Barbara, Calif. Team 307­310­303—920 (11th of 18) Jeff Sedorcek 75­75­74—224 (8th) Diet Pepsi­Shocker Classic April 2­4 | Wichita, Kan. Team 316­311­326—953 (3rd of 10) Brad Stevens 79­76­77—232 (3rd) Missouri Intercollegiate April 9­11 | Columbia, Mo. Team 298­303—602 (3rd of 27) Troy Keller 77­79—156 (9th) Midwestern Invitational April 28­29 | DeKalb, Ill. Team 303­301­297—901 (9th of 15) Jeff Sedorcek 74­75­70—219 (15th)

1986 | Spring Kansas State Triangular March 27 | Junction City, Kan. Team 319 (1st of 3) Jack Day 77 (2nd)

Kansas Invitational Sept. 14­15 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 309­306­320—935 (6th of 7) Troy Keller 74­73­74—221 (1st) Emporia State Invitational Sept. 26­27 | Emporia, Kan. Team 296­297—593 (T2nd of 4) Troy Keller 73­70—143 (2nd) U.C. Ferguson All­College Classic Sept. 28­29 | Oklahoma City, Okla. Team 302­307­307—916 (7th of 16) Troy Keller 72­77­74—223 (8th)

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

Hammond Bell Collegiate Invite March 26­27 | Santa Barbara, Calif. Team 299­294­318—911 (15th of 19) Jeff Sedorcek 73­71­81—225 (T36th) Richard Laing 76­75­76—227 (T44th) Brett Vuillemin 76­73­81—230 (T60th) Chris Thompson 74­81­86—240 (T78th) Bobby Donnellan 74­81­86—240 (92nd) Diet Pepsi­Shocker Classic April 2­3 | Wichita, Kan. Team 309­318­305—932 (6th of 13) Jeff Sedorcek 79­76­71—226 (T5th) Richard Laing 75­70­81—226 (T5th) Chris Thompson 79­83­79—241 (34th) Brett Vuillemin 76­90­76—242 (35th) Bobby Donnellan 86­89­79—251 (56th) Tan­Tar­A Missouri Intercollegiate April 10­11 | Columbia, Mo. Team 314­303—617 (2nd of 27) Brett Vuillemin 78­75—153 (2nd) Richard Laing 76­78—154 (4th) Brad Stephens 81­74—155 (6th) Jeff Sedorcek 80­76—156 (9th) Chris Thompson 80­90—170 (T62nd) Vanderbilt Music City Intercollegiate April 13­15 | Nashville, Tenn. Team 304­287­290—881 (10th of 18) Richard Laing 74­71­73—218 (T16th) Brett Vuillemin 73­72­74—219 (T22nd) Jeff Sedorcek 79­70­70—219 (T22nd) Brad Stephens 80­76­73—229 (T65th) Chris Thompson 78­74­79—231 (T74th) Big Eight Championship April 25­26 | Enid, Okla. Team 301­305­314—920 (8th of 8) Brett Vuillemin 71­71­81—223 (T9th) Richard Laing 73­74­79—226 (T16th) Jeff Sedorcek 81­73­75—229 (T24th) Chris Thompson 78­87­79—244 (37th) Brad Stephens 79­92­84—255 (40th) Midwestern Invitational May 4­5 | Ames, Iowa Team 319­300—619 (T11th of 19) Jeff Sedorcek 77­74—151 (T12th) Bobby Donnellan 78­76—154 (T32nd) Richard Laing 81­75—156 (T38th) Brett Vuillemin 85­75—160 (T64th) Todd Fowler 83­80—163 (T79th) NCAA Central Regional May 24­26 | Columbus, Ohio Richard Laing* 79­78­78—235 (T82nd) 1990 | Fall

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

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

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

1990 | Spring Texas­San Antonio Invitational April 18­19 | San Antonio, Texas Team 315­328—643 (5th of 12) Troy Keller 76­79—155 (T9th)

1985 | Spring Nebraska Wesleyan Invitational April 10 | Lincoln, Neb. Team 290 (1st of 10) Jeff Sedorcek 70 (3rd)


1989 | Fall Colorado­Fox Acre Invitational Sept. 25­26 | Boulder, Colo. Team 307­308­306—921 (7th of 9) Brad Stephens 75­80­75—230 (T22nd) U.C. Ferguson All­College Classic Oct. 2­3 | Oklahoma City, Okla. Team 302­297—599 (2nd of 14) Richard Laing 77­71­74—222 (T2nd)

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





Hyatt Bear Creek­Fall Classic Oct. 29­30 | Fort Worth, Texas Team 320­314—634 (15th of 20) Richard Laing 77­78—155 (T15th) Brett Vuillemin 79­77—156 (T26th) Bill Graham 80­80—160 (T52nd) Chris Thompson 84­79—163 (T75th) Will Siebert 85­82—167 (T88th)

Texas Intercollegiate Championship Nov. 4 | Fort Worth, Texas Team 293­307—600 (8th of 14) Richard Laing 74­72—146 (11th) Brett Waldman 75­76—151 (26th) Bill Graham 74­78—152 (30th) Will Seibert 77­77—154 (44th) Brett Vuillemin 74­82—156 (53rd)

Iowa State Cyclone Classic Oct. 4 | Ames, Iowa Team 296­291—587 (1st of 9) Brett Waldman 71­72—143 (1st) Sean Robertson 74­71—145 (2nd) Richard Laing 76­72—148 (T4th) Jason Losch 75­76—151 (T11th) Chad Judd 80­90—170 (T42nd)

First Coast Intercollegiate Sept. 27­29 | Jacksonville, Fla. Team 307­308­313—928 (9th of 14) Jason Losch 74­75­75—224 (T6th) Chad Judd 77­76­80—233 (T32nd) Brett Waldman 77­81­75—233 (T32nd) Sean Robertson 81­79­83—243 (T58th) Troy Halterman 79­78­88—245 (T63rd)

1991 | Spring

Jaguar Classic Nov. 18­19 | Augusta, Ga. Team 303­301—604 (5th of 15) Richard Laing 74­72—146 (8th) Jim Brenneman 73­78—151 (25th) Bill Graham 79­75—154 (39th) David Sedlock 79­76—155 (45th) Brett Vuillemin 77­82—159 (63rd)

CablesEnd­Ram Invitational Oct. 19­20 | Fort Collins, Colo. Team 303­297­296—896 (4th of 12) Brett Waldman 73­70­73—216 (3rd) Sean Robertson 78­73­75—226 (T14th) Will Siebert 77­76­74—227 (T18th) Richard Laing 75­82­74—231 (T32nd) Jason Losch 84­78­76—238 (T46th)

Grand Canyon Invitational Oct. 4­5 | Casa Grande, Ariz. Team 308­299­296—903 (8th of 18) Scott Hovis 77­68­73—218 (T5th) Chad Judd 76­71­76—223 (T18th) Jason Losch 77­78­73—228 (T36th) Chad Buckridge 78­82­74—234 (T54th) Will Siebert 84­82­77—243 (T76th)

1992 | Spring

Texas Intercollegiate Nov. 4­5 | Dallas, Texas Team 300­296­295—891 (9th of 18) Sean Robertson 74­70­74—218 (13th) Jason Losch 74­76­70—220 (19th) Richard Laing 78­72­76—226 (T42nd) Will Siebert 77­78­75—231 (T56th) Brett Waldman 75­78­DNF

Kansas Invitational Oct. 11­12 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 304­312­308—924 (7th of 14) Max Pinney III 73­76­77—226 (17th) Scott Hovis 73­78­80—231 (T33rd) Jason Losch 81­77­79—237 (T46th) Chad Judd 78­87­74—239 (T54th) Sean Robertson 80­81­78—239 (T54th)

1993 | Spring

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

Vanderbilt Music City Intercollegiate March 30­31 | Nashville, Tenn. Team 322­298­301—921 (T4th of 18) Bill Graham 82­77­71—230 (T13th) Jim Brenneman 77­75­79—231 (T16th) Brett Vuillemin 83­75­76—234 (T31st) Will Siebert 81­72­81—234 (T31st) Richard Laing 90­76­75—241 (T57th) Diet Pepsi­Shocker Classic April 8­9 | Wichita, Kan. Team 299­302­307—908 (5th of 15) Jim Brenneman 70­75­82—227 (T15th) Richard Laing 75­78­75—228 (T19th) Bill Graham 79­76­74—229 (T21st) Brett Vuillemin 80­76­76—232 (T33rd) Will Siebert 75­75­86—236 (T39th)

SMSU Invitational March 30­31 | Springfield, Mo. Team 314­318­313—945 (1st of 12) Chad Judd 76­77­75—228 (2nd) Jim Brenneman 76­84­74—234 (T8th) Richard Laing 79­77­79—235 (10th) Brett Vuillemin 85­80­85—250 (T56th) Sean Robertson 83­84­87—254 (T72nd)

Big Eight Championship April 29­30 | Kansas City, Kan. Team 326­332­314—972 (8th of 8) Richard Laing 79­80­74—233 (13th) Brett Vuillemin 82­84­76—242 (20th) Jim Brenneman 82­80­82—244 (26th) Bill Graham 83­88­82—253 (36th) Chad Judd 93­89­86—268 (40th)

Diet Pepsi­Shocker Classic April 6­7 | Wichita, Kan. Team 309­302­310—921 (7th of 15) Richard Laing 73­76­78—227 (18th) Jim Brenneman 82­73­75—230 (T19th) Chad Judd 77­77­79—233 (27th) Bill Graham 82­77­88—247 (85th)

Midwestern Invitational May 3­4 | Genoa, Ill. Team 321­323­316—960 (9th of 13) Richard Laing 76­80­75—231 (T22nd) Bill Graham 85­73­77—235 (T30th) Jim Brenneman 79­81­81—241 (T41st) David Sedlock 81­90­83—254 (T52nd) Will Seibert 85­89­96—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 All­College Classic Sept. 23­24 | Oklahoma City, Okla. Team 310­293­294—897 (11th of 17) Richard Laing 75­70­76—221 (T19th) David Sedlock 78­72­74—224 (T26th) Jim Brenneman 78­75­73—226 (T33rd) Brett Vuillemin 79­76­72—227 (T38th) Bill Graham 82­79­75—236 (T92nd) Kansas Invitational Sept. 30 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 317­306—623 (13th of 15) Jim Brenneman 75­76—151 (T23rd) Richard Laing 76­76—152 (T31st) David Sedlock 82­77—159 (T57th) Sean Robertson 84­80—164 (T68th) Bill Graham 88­77—165 (T70th) Falcon Invitational Oct. 4­6 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 331­307­307—945 (T10th of 23) Richard Laing 77­74­72—223 (T4th) Jim Brenneman 85­78­76—239 (T42nd) Will Siebert 89­76­72—247 (T78th) Chad Judd 85­89­77—251 (T90th) Brett Waldman 84­79­89—252 (T92nd) Iowa State Classic Oct. 20 | Ames Iowa Team 460 (2nd of 10) Bill Graham 72­40*—112 (3rd) Richard Laing 75­39*—114 (5th) Brett Vuillemin 79­39*—118 (10th) Jim Brenneman 82­39*—121 (T11th) David Sedlock 77­44*—121 (T11th) *27­hole event


Bent Brook­Blazer Invitational April 13­14 | 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)

Baylor Spring Invitational March 22­23 | 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)

1994 | Spring

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

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

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

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

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

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

1992 | Fall

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

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

Falcon Invitational Sept. 20­21 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 305­301­298—904 (7th of 24) Richard Laing 74­74­74—222 (T12th) Sean Robertson 78­77­72—227 (T28th) Jason Losch 76­73­80—229 (T39th) Brett Waldman 77­77­75—229 (T39th) Jim Brenneman 83­79­77—239 (T85th)

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

1994 | Fall

Kansas Invitational Sept. 28­29 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 307­298­298—903 (2nd of 13) Richard Laing 74­74­74—222 (T5th) Brett Waldman 77­74­73—224 (T6th) Jason Losch 77­71­78—226 (T11th) Sean Robertson 80­77­73—230 (T24th) Chris Weddle 80­78­80—238 (T50th)

1993 | Fall

Music City Intercollegiate April 20­21 | Nashville, Tenn. Team 302­310­304—916 (T9th of 18) Richard Laing 74­78­75—227 (T20th) Jim Brenneman 72­81­75—228 (T26th) Sean Robertson 76­75­77—228 (T26th) Bill Graham 82­77­79—237 (T74th) Chad Judd 80­80­77—237 (T74th) Big Eight Championship April 27­28 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 305­303­311—919 (6th of 8) Richard Laing 72­72­76—220 (T7th) Jim Brenneman 75­86­76—233 (T28th) Sean Robertson 78­74­82—234 (30th) Bill Graham 82­77­70—237 (T32nd) Chad Judd 80­80­79—239 (T32nd) NCAA Central Regional May 21­23 | McKinney, Texas Richard Laing* 69­76­71—216 (T6th) NCAA Championships June 3­6 | Albuquerque, N.M. Richard Laing* 76­74—150 (MC) (T100th)


Falcon Invitational Sept. 18­19 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 302­312­298—912 (9th of 24) Brett Waldman 75­76­71—222 (7th) Troy Halterman 74­76­76—226 (T18th) Jason Losch 76­82­73—231 ( T49th) Sean Robertson 77­78­79—234 (T59th) Chad Judd 83­83­78—244 (T104th)

Mid­West Championship Sept. 9­10 | Ames, Iowa Team 300­292­301—893 (3rd of 8) Troy Halterman 73­71­75—219 (5th) Brett Halterman 75­71­76—222 (T11th) Chad Buckridge 75­77­73—225 (T13th) Scott Hovis 77­76­77—230 (T23rd) Jason Losch 79­74­77—230 (T23rd) Chad Myers 78­79­82—239 (37th) Falcon Cross­Creek Invitational Sept. 18­19 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 306­299­303—908 (9th of 24) Brett Waldman 73­76­76—225 (T22nd) Scott Hovis 78­75­73—226 (T28th) Troy Halterman 78­75­76—229 (T40th) Jason Losch 77­73­80—230 (T49th) Chad Buckridge 80­83­78—241 (T97th)

ALL-TIME RESULTS Kansas Invitational Sept. 26­27 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 310­308­305—923 (9th of 14) Jason Losch 75­75­74—224 (T12th) Troy Halterman 74­74­77—225 (T14th) Scott Hovis 81­78­79—238 (T55th) B.J. Walter 81­83­75—239 (T62nd) Toller Miller 80­81­80—241 (T69th) D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate Oct. 3­4 | Normal, Ill. Team 293­297—590 (1st of 17) Troy Halterman 72­71—173 (1st) Jason Losch 71­75—146 (T2nd) Brett Waldman 73­75—148 (T7th) Chad Buckridge 77­76—153 (T26th) Max Pinney 78­80—158 (T55th) Sundance Steak House­Ram Invite Oct. 10­11 | Ft. Collins, Colo. Team 297­311­310—918 (8th of 10) Scott Hovis 72­75­76—223 (T13th) Max Pinney 76­79­76—231 (T33rd) Toller Miller 73­80­79—232 (T36th) Chad Meyers 77­79­79—235 (T43rd) B.J. Walter 76­78­82—236 (T45th) UTA­United Sports Tech. Invitational Nov. 14­15 | Ft. Worth, Texas Team 303­301—604 (7th of 18) Troy Halterman 74­70—144 (1st) Scott Hovis 78­75—153 (T43rd) Brett Waldman 74­79—153 (T43rd) Jason Losch 77­81—158 (T73rd) Chad Buckridge 82­77—159 (T77th) 1995 | Spring Southwest Classic March 13­14 | Austin, Texas Team 300­308—608 (1st of 16) Scott Hovis 72­78—150 (T4th) Chad Myers 74­79—153 (T19th) Jason Losch 76­77—153 (T19th) Chad Buckridge 78­75—153 (T19th) Troy Halterman 81­78—159 (T52nd) SMSU Invitational March 27­28 | Springfield, Mo. Team 330­318­300—948 (6th of 18) Scott Hovis 80­78­74—232 (T6th) Chad Buckridge 86­76­74—236 (T17th) Troy Halterman 80­83­75—238 (T26th) Chad Myers 84­85­77—246 (T45th) Jason Losch 89­81­90—260 (T85th) Diet Pepsi­Shocker Classic April 4­5 | Wichita, Kan. Team 311­295­318—924 (8th of 13) Scott Hovis 80­78­74—225 (T5th) Chad Myers 77­76­78—232 (T29th) Troy Halterman 82­72­80—234 (T37th) Chad Buckridge 76­77­84—236 (T47th) B.J. Walter 79­89­88—256 (68th) Bent­Brook Blazer Invitational April 10­11 | Birmingham, Ala. Team 299­311—610 (T12th of 18) Scott Hovis 73­72—145 (T12th) Toller Miller 75­79—154 (T49th) Jason Losch 75­79—154 (T49th) Chad Myers 76­81—157 (T68th) Troy Halterman 78­82—160 (80th) Big Eight Championship April 24­25 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 311­314­315—940 (5th of 8) Chad Buckridge 74­72­77—223 (T11th) Scott Hovis 81­70­75—226 (T15th) Chad Myers 72­73­82—227 (T18th) Troy Halterman 73­77­73—233 (T29th) Jason Losch 79­75­80—234 (T31st) NCAA Regional May 18­20 | Montgomery, Texas Scott Hovis* 72­74­76—222 (T36th)

1995 | Fall

1996 | Fall

Kansas Invitational Sept. 25­26 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 305­295—600 (T8th of 17) Troy Halterman 73­73—146 (T11th) Chad Buckridge 80­70—150 (T27th) Scott Hovis 75­78—153 (T48th) Andy King 83­74—157 (77th) Jason Losch 77­82—159 (T79th)

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

D.A. Weibring Invitational Oct. 1­2 | Normal, Ill. Team 298­313­299—910 (7th of 17) Troy Halterman 75­79­70—224 (T10th) Chad Buckridge 70­81­79—230 (T33rd) Scott Hovis 74­79­77—230 (T33rd) Brant Benninga 79­78­73—230 (T33rd) Zac Clark 80­77­79—236 (T59th)

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

Indian Intercollegiate Oct. 30­31 | Monroe, La. Team 317­302­315—934 (9th of 15) Troy Halterman 77­76­75—228 (T12th) Chad Buckridge 80­71­86—237 (T38th) Jason Losch 80­75­83—238 (T40th) Scott Hovis 84­81­75—240 (T47th) B.J. Walter 80­80­82—242 (T56th) UTA­United Sports Tech. Invitational Nov. 13­14 | Ft. Worth, Texas Team 310­300­299—909 (6th of 16) Troy Halterman 75­72­77—224 (T12th) Scott Hovis 78­77­73—228 (T21st) Chad Buckridge 76­76­76—228 (T21st) Jason Losch 82­75­74—231 (T36th) Andy King 81­83­76—240 (63rd)

Woodlands Intercollegiate Oct. 7­8 | Houston, Texas Team 309­312­307—928 (T10th of 18) B.J. Walter 75­80­72—227 (T16th) Chad Buckridge 79­81­73—233 (T29th) Matt Murdoch 81­73­82—236 (T46th) Brian Racette 79­78­83—240 (T60th) Brett Sayre 76­DQ­80—DNP Red Raider Intercollegiate Oct. 21­22 | Lubbock, Texas Team 307­304—611 (14th of 17) Brant Benninga 72­74—146 (T8th) Chad Buckridge 73­77—150 (T27th) B.J. Walter 81­74—155 (T57th) Zac Clark 81­79—160 (T78th) Dan Demory 84­79—163 (85th)

1996 | Spring Crown Colony Collegiate Feb. 22­24 | Lufkin,Texas Team 311­315­330—956 (13th of 17) Chad Myers 78­82­79—233 (T22nd) Scott Hovis 75­78­83—236 (T38th) Troy Halterman 83­75­81—239 (T51st) Chad Buckridge 75­80­87—242 (T62nd) Jason Losch 86­86­87—259 (T86th) Southwest Classic March 11­12 | Austin, Texas Team 313­312­309—934 (T7th of 17) Troy Halterman 77­81­72—230 (T11th) Scott Hovis 80­77­76—233 (T22nd) Chad Buckridge 80­77­79—236 (T34th) Jason Losch 81­77­82—240 (T51st) Chad Myers 76­82­84—242 (T56th) SMSU Invitational March 25­26 | Springfield, Mo. Team 322­306—628 (2nd of 18) Troy Halterman 79­78—157 (T8th) Scott Hovis 83­75—158 (T11th) Chad Buckridge 79­79—158 (T11th) B.J. Walter 81­77—158 (T11th) Brant Benninga 85­76—161 (T29th) ULAR Intercollegiate April 1­2 | Little Rock, Ark. Team 316­307­306—929 (12th of 21) Scott Hovis 78­73­78—229 (T27th) Troy Halterman 78­80­75—233 (T38th) Chad Myers 80­73­81—234 (T41st) Chad Buckridge 80­81­74—235 (49th) B.J. Walter 82­83­79—244 (T83rd) Diet Pepsi­Shocker Classic April 15­16 | Wichita, Kan. Team 308­307­304—919 (4th of 18) Scott Hovis 79­74­78—231 (T18th) Troy Halterman 76­78­77—231 (T18th) Jason Losch 78­76­77—231 (T18th) Chad Buckridge 75­79­79—233 (T28th) B.J. Walter 81­86­72—239 (T54th) Big Eight Championship April 22­23 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 313­310­304—927 (6th of 8) Troy Halterman 78­72­74—224 (7th) Scott Hovis 79­76­76—231 (17th) Jason Losch 79­80­79—238 (30th) Chad Myers 77­82­77—239 (T31st) Chad Buckridge 83­DQ­75—DNP

Arlington Awards Invite Nov. 4­5 | Dallas, Texas Team 303­304­300—907 (7th of 18) Chad Buckridge 68­76­72—216 (1st) Dan Demory 76­75­77—228 (T27th) Brett Sayre 76­79­77—232 (T51st) Brant Benninga 83­76­85—244 (T76th) B.J. Walter WD­77­74—DNP Matt Murdoch* 76­76­74—226 (T17th)

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76­76­81—233 (T33rd) 78­76­83—237 (T49th)

Big 12 Championship April 28­29 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 299­309­309—917 (7th of 12) Matt Murdoch 72­75­79—226 (14th) Brant Benninga 76­77­76—229 (T22nd) Chad Buckridge 73­79­78—230 (T24th) B.J. Walter 80­78­76—234 (T33th) Brian Racette 78­83­80—241 (T41st) 1997 | Fall Falcon Cross­Creek Invitational Sept. 12­14 | Colorado Springs, Colo. Team 307­306­310—923 (20th of 24) Brian Racette 76­73­78—227 (66th) Matt Murdoch 80­77­71—228 (71st) B.J. Walter 72­78­79—229 (74th) Zac Clark 79­78­84—241 (116th) Jeremy Higgins 80­84­82—246 (119th Kansas Invitational Sept. 22­23 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 302­299­300—901 (8th of 17) Brian Racette 68­75­76—219 (T9th) B.J. Walter 75­74­75—224 (T29th) Matt Murdoch 81­75­72—228 (T44th) Brant Benninga 79­74­77—230 (T51st) Mark Sears 82­85­80—247 (89th) D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate Sept. 28­29 | Normal, Ill. Team 297­289­316—902 (6th of 18) Brian Racette 74­69­83—226 (T21st) Brant Benninga 78­73­75—226 (T21st) Zac Clark 77­77­75—229 (T34th) B.J. Walter 71­73­88—232 (T57th) Matt Murdoch 75­74­83—232 (T57th) Louisiana Tech Intercollegiate Oct. 20­21 | Calhoun, La. Team 298­300­301—899 (3rd of 14) B.J. Walter 74­76­73—223 (7th) Brant Benninga 75­71­78—224 (T8th) Matt Murdoch 75­76­76—227 (T12th) Zac Clark 74­78­76—228 (T15th) Brian Racette 83­78­75—236 (T50th)

1997 | Spring 1998 | Spring UTSA Invitational Feb. 24­25 | San Antonio, Texas Team 336­313—649 (9th of 15) Chad Buckridge 83­75—158 (T20th) B.J. Walter 81­79—160 (T26th) Brant Benninga 86­78—164 (T45th) Dan Demory 87­81—168 (T54th) Matt Murdoch 86­88—174 (T68th) New Orleans Collegiate Classic March 3­4 | New Orleans, La. Team 309­313—622 (9th of 18) Chad Buckridge 76­75—151 (T9th) Andy King 73­80—153 (T15th) Brian Racette 79­77—156 (T31st) Zac Clark 81­81—162 (T52nd) Jeremy Higgins 93­84—177 (T91st) SMSU Invitational March 31­April 1 | Springfield, Mo. Team 316­313­316—945 (12th of 18) Brant Benninga 78­74­80—232 (T26th) Matt Murdoch 77­79­78—234 (T34th) Brian Racette 82­80­77—239 (T46th) Chad Buckridge 79­83­81—243 (T64th) Andy King 86­80­83—249 (T83rd) Arkansas State Invitational April 7­8 | Jonesboro, Ark. Team 316­316—632 (16th of 18) Brant Benninga 72­79—151 (T27th) Matt Murdoch 80­75—155 (T50th) Dan Demory 78­83—161 (T74th) Zac Clark 86­79—165 (T91st) Jeremy Higgins 93­86—179 (94th) Diet Pepsi­Shocker Classic April 14­15 | Wichita, Kan. Team 307­302­308—917 (6th of 16) Matt Murdoch 76­73­73—222 (6th) Chad Buckridge 77­79­76—232 (T28th) Brant Benninga 78­77­78—233 (T33rd)

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



hJpq^qb Brant Benninga B.J. Walter Mark Sears

84­83­79—246 (T48th) 88­82­76—246 (T48th) 87­88­81—256 (T56th)

1998 | Fall Kansas Invitational Sept. 21­22 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 299­308­304—911 (13th of 17) Scott McNeely 72­75­75—222 (T25th) Mark Sears 75­77­73—225 (T37th) Brian Racette 76­79­77—232 (T68th) Zac Clark 76­80­79—235 (T77th) Bryan Milberger 77­77­81—235 (T77th) D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate Sept. 27­28 | Normal, Ill. Team 293­302­298—893 (7th of 15) Mark Sears 71­75­73—219 (T17th) Chris Brungardt 72­76­75—223 (T31st) Brian Racette 74­74­79—226 (T50th) Josh Cook 76­78­75—229 (T59th) Scott McNeely 76­77­77—230 (63rd) Wildcat Intercollegiate Oct. 9­10 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 290­293­288—871 (T1st of 9) Mark Sears 68­73­71—212 (1st) Brian Racette 72­76­70—218(T7th) Bryan Milberger 75­74­75—224 (T21st) Chris Brungardt 78­75­72—225 (T26th) Scott McNeely 75­71­76—222 (T16th) Zac Clark* 77­74­74—225 (T26th) Josh Cook* 72­76­78—226 (T29th) Dan Demory* 75­75­76—226 (T29th) Matt Williams* 75­77­77—229 (T36th) Ryan Wilson* 81­77­78—236 (36th) Oral Roberts Intercollegiate Oct. 12­13 | Tulsa, Okla. Team 315­304­302—921 (13th of 18) Mark Sears 76­75­75—226 (T29th) Chris Brungardt 76­81­73—230 (T53rd) Brian Racette 81­74­78—233 (T60th) Scott McNeely 83­77­76—236 (T70th) Bryan Milberger 82­78­78—238 (T79th) The Nelson Intercollegiate Oct. 31­Nov. 1 | Palo Alto, Calif. Team 299­305­303—907 (17th of 18) Scott McNeely 75­69­77—221 (T30th) Mark Sears 74­80­74—228 (T29th) Chris Brungardt 76­79­77—232 (76th) Brian Racette 74­77­82—233 (T77th) Bryan Milberger 77­81­75—233 (T77th) Spring 1999 UTSA Invitational Feb. 22­23 | San Antonio, Texas Team 323­306—629 (14th of 18) Brant Benninga 78­77—155 (T32nd) Brian Racette 81­77—158 (T49th) Josh Cook 84­74—158 (T49th) Scott McNeely 80­79—159 (T58th) Mark Sears 84­78—155 (T70th) Louisiana Classic March 8­9 | Lafayette, La. Team 300­310­310—920 (14th of 15) Brant Benninga 74­77­76—227 (T39th) Bryan Milberger 73­77­78—228 (T43rd) Mark Sears 74­78­77—229 (T49th) Scott McNeely 82­78­79—239 (75th) Brian Racette 79­78­83—240 (T76th) Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 22­23 | Turlock, Calif. Team 297­307­302—906 (10th of 18) Brant Benninga 71­75­75—221 (T15th) Mark Sears 73­78­72—223 (T21st) Scott McNeely 77­78­76—231 (T52nd) Josh Cook 76­76­81—233 (T61st) Bryan Milberger 77­82­79—239 (T75th) Arkansas State­Indian Classic April 5­6 | Jonesboro, Ark. Team 311­320­312—943 (12th of 16) Scott McNeely 77­79­78—234 (T28th) Josh Cook 72­84­80—236 (T41st) Brant Benninga 85­79­75—239 (T50th) Bryan Milberger 78­81­81—240 (T52nd) Zac Clark 84­81­79—244 (T60th)


ALL-TIME RESULTS Diet Pepsi­Shocker Classic April 12­13 | Wichita, Kan. Team 300­310­310—920 (13th of 20) Mark Sears 68­73—141 (T7th) Josh Cook 74­74—148 (T49th) Scott McNeely 73­76—149 (T54th) Brant Benninga 77­74—151 (T68th) Bryan Milberger 76­77—153 (T83rd)

Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 27­28 | Stevinson, Calif. Team 299­307­308—914 (5th of 14) Scott McNeely 69­75­74—218 (T2nd) Bryan Milberger 74­78­79—231 (T30th) Matt Williams 81­77­76—234 (T44th) Todd Rodemich 75­84­79—238 (T56th) Mark Sears 83­77­80—240 (T59th)

Southwest Classic Feb. 19­20 | Victoria, Texas Team 398­305­310—913 (10th of 15) Matt Williams 70­75­77—222 (T16th) Bryan Milberger 75­79­74—228 (T36th) Aaron Watkins 75­76­79—230 (T41st) A.J. Elgert 78­75­80—233 (T56th) Scott McNeely 79­80­82—241 (T68th)

Big 12 Championship April 25­26 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 304­308­298—910 (10th of 12) Brant Benninga 74­78­74—226 (T36th) Bryan Milberger 76­74­76—226 (T36th) Mark Sears 79­78­72—229 (T43rd) Scott McNeely 82­78­76—236 (T52nd) Josh Cook 75­81­81—237 (T55th)

Diet Pepsi­Shocker Classic April 12­13 | Wichita, Kan. Team 311­302­303—916 (10th of 15) Bryan Milberger 75­74­76—225 (T14th) Mark Sears 75­77­76—228 (T28th) Matt Williams 82­74­74—232 (T42nd) Scott McNeely 79­79­75—233 (T45th) Josh Cook 83­77­79—239 (T70th)

UTSA Intercollegiate Feb. 28­29 | San Antonio, Texas Team 292­296­295—884 (8th of 12) A.J. Elgert 71­75­72—218 (T17th) Aaron Watkins 72­75­75—223 (T26th) Matt Williams 74­76­73—223 (T26th) Bryan Milberger 75­74­75—224 (T29th) Scott McNeely 78­72­83—233 (T57th) Brian Schweizer 78­81­85—244 (73rd)

1999 | Fall

Big 12 Championship April 24­25 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 297­291­317—905 (10th of 12) Bryan Milberger 71­69­77—227 (T8th) Matt Williams 74­77­76—227 (T32nd) Scott McNeely 77­71­83—231 (T43rd) Mark Sears 75­74­83—232 (T46th) Todd Rodemich 78­77­81—236 (56th)

Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Sept. 6­7 | Laramie, Wyo. Team 286­295­288—869 (10th of 14) Dan Demory* 70­72­73—215 (T23rd) Bryan Milberger 70­72­74—216 (T26th) Scott McNeely 76­72­71—219 (T34th) Todd Rodemich 71­78­70—219 (T34th) Bryan Schweizer 80­73­73—226 (T63rd) Mark Sears 69­78­81—228 (T68th) Kansas Invitational Sept. 20­21 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 310­305­312—928 (15th of 17) Bryan Milberger 74­76­79—229 (T35th) Mark Sears 80­77­73—230 (T38th) Scott McNeely 77­81­76—234 (T58th) Dan Demory 85­75­81—241 (T82nd) Todd Rodemich 79­81­WD Bryan Schweizer* 76­78­86—240 (81st) D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate Sept. 26­27 | Normal, Ill. Team 305­305­294—904 (6th of 15) Matt Williams* 73­80­80—233 (T46th) Mark Sears 75­76­69—220 (T6th) Brian Milberger 76­74­72—222 (T13th) Scott McNeely 74­79­75—228 (T28th) Dan Demory 80­76­78—234 (T50th) Brian Racette 80­80­79—239 (T69th) Missouri Bluffs Intercollegiate Oct. 11­12 | St. Charles, Mo. Team 308­297­298—903 (12th of 16) Mark Sears 73­76­73—222 (T51st) Todd Rodemich 78­71­74—223 (T55th) Ryan Wilson 77­76­76—229 (T77th) Bryan Milberger 80­75­75—230 (T80th) Scott McNeely 82­75­78—235 (89th) Greg May Honda­Baylor Intercollegiate Oct. 20­21 | Waco, Texas Team 293­300­307—900 (14th of 16) Mark Sears 73­76­71—220 (T30th) Dan Demory 71­78­74—223 (T42nd) Matt Williams 76­72­79—227 (T66th) Daryn Soldan 72­79­83—234 (T82nd) Scott McNeely 76­75­84—235 (T84th) 2000 | Spring Southwest Classic Feb. 21­22 | Victoria, Texas Team 297­311­298—906 (10th of 18) Brant Benninga 74­77­76—227 (T39th) Bryan Milberger 73­77­78—228 (T43rd) Mark Sears 74­78­77—229 (T49th) Brian Racette 79­78­83—240 (75th) Scott McNeely 82­78­79—239 (T76th) Northern Invasion Intercollegiate Feb. 27­28 | Orlando, Fla. Team 287­293—560 (2nd of 3) Bryan Milberger 69­72—141 (2nd) Scott McNeely 72­72—144 (T4th) Matt Williams 75­72—147 (T7th) Mark Sears 71­77—148 (T10th) Josh Cook 79­77—156 (14th) Dan Demory 76­84—160 (17th)


Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 26­27 | Stevinson Ranch, Calif. Team 311­310­319—940 (9th of 14) A.J. Elgert 78­73­73—224 (T4th) Matt Williams 78­75­83—236 (T30th) Aaron Watkins 75­81­84—240 (T44th) Bryan Milberger 80­81­79—240 (T44th) Scott McNeely 84­89­91—264 (T73rd)

2000 | Fall Fairway Club Invitational Sept. 11­12 | Lincoln, Neb. Team 310­296­299—905 (5th of 12) Aaron Watkins* 72­74­74—220 (T5th) Bryan Milberger 74­69­71—214 (1st) Daryn Soldan 80­76­75—231 (T35th) Dan Demory 81­73­78—232 (40th) Scott McNeely 77­79­77—233 (T41st) A.J. Elgert 79­78­76—233 (T41st) PSINet Collegiate Invitational Sept. 18­19 | Dellwood, Min. Team 319­314­300—933 (11th of 12) Bryan Milberger 79­76­75—230 (T32nd) Dan Demory 81­80­73—234 (T42nd) Matt Williams 77­80­77—234 (T42nd) Aaron Watkins 82­78­75—235 (T45th) Daryn Soldan 82­80­80—242 (T57th)

Branson Creek Invitational April 14­15 | Branson, Mo. Team 285­273—558 (2nd of 10) Matt Williams 72­64—136 (T3rd) Bryan Schweizer* 69­68—137 (T5th) Aaron Watkins 72­69—141 (T11th) Dan Demory 73­69—142 (T13th) Bryan Milberger 68­77—145 (T24th) A.J. Elgert 74­71—145 (T24th) Big 12 Championship April 23­24 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 328­307­306—941 (8th of 12) A.J. Elgert 82­74­76—232 (T20th) Bryan Milberger 77­83­76—236 (T33rd) Matt Williams 88­73­79—240 (T43rd) Bryan Schweizer 81­82­77—240 (T43rd) Aaron Watkins 88­78­77—243 (T49th) 2001 | Fall

Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Oct. 2­3 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 309­299­305—913 (2nd of 10) A.J. Elgert 76­75­71—222 (T3rd) Bryan Milberger 79­75­76—230 (T13th) Aaron Watkins 77­74­79—230 (T13th) Brian Cox* 75­82­76—233 (T21st) Matt Williams 80­75­82—237 (30th) Bryan Schweizer* 80­76­83—239 (T34th) Scott McNeely 77­84­79—240 (T35th) Dan Demory* 77­79­84—240 (T35th) Daryn Soldan* 84­86­83—253 (55th) Purina Classic Oct. 9­10 | St. Charles, Mo. Team 303­285­293—881 (12th of 15) Scott McNeely 75­67­71—213 (12th) Bryan Milberger 76­75­73—224 (T52nd) A.J. Elgert 77­75­73—225 (T56th) Aaron Watkins 81­69­76—226 (T61st) Matt Williams 75­74­78—231 (T65th) Bryan Schweizer* 77­76­78—231 (T76th) Kansas Invitational Oct. 25­26 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 305­297­297—899 (3rd of 13) Bryan Milberger 73­74­73—220 (8th) Scott McNeely 79­74­72—225 (T17th) A.J. Elgert 78­72­75—225 (T17th) Matt Williams 76­77­77—230 (T35th) Bryan Schweizer* 82­77­74—233 (T49th) Aaron Watkins 78­78­78—234 (T53rd) 2001 | Spring Rice Intercollegiate Feb. 12­13 | Katy, Texas Team 310­301­301—912 (10th of 10) Bryan Milberger 78­76­72—226 (T26th) Aaron Watkins 74­75­77—226 (T26th) A.J. Elgert 77­74­77—228 (T33rd) Matt Williams 85­76­75—236 (T49th) Daryn Soldan 81­78­78—237 (T51st) Scott McNeely 84­79­81—244 (60th)

Fairway Club Invitational Sept. 10­11 | Lincoln, Neb. Team 303­291­294—888 (8th of 12) A.J. Elgert 76­68­73—217 (T3rd) Aaron Watkins 75­74­73—222 (T13th) Matt Williams 74­74­74—222 (T13th) Bryan Milberger 78­75­76—229 (T33rd) Tim Moody 81­76­74—231 (T36th) Scott McNeely* 83­77­84—244 (T53rd) Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Oct. 1­2 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 295­294­313—902 (1st of 9) A.J. Elgert 73­73­79—223 (T6th) Matt Williams 76­71­76—223 (T6th) Mark Sprecker* 73­76­79—228 (T13th) Aaron Watkins 75­76­80—231 (T21st) Bryan Milberger 71­84­78—233 (T26th) Greg Douglas* 75­81­79—235 (T32nd) Dusty King* 81­78­76—235 (T32nd) Bryan Schweizer 85­76­86—247 (T51st) Jonathan James* 81­78­90—249 (T53rd) Scott McNeely* 79­86­89—254 (55th) Purina Classic Oct. 8­9 | St. Charles, Mo. Team 289­296­285—870 (T8th of 15) Aaron Watkins 70­75­68—213 (T6th) Matt Williams 72­73­71—216 (T14th) Bryan Milberger 74­74­73—221 (T34th) A.J. Elgert 77­74­77—224 (T51st) Mark Sprecker 73­77­76—226 (T58th) Dusty King* 77­80­88—245 (T83rd) Crown Classic Oct. 15­16 | Lufkin, Texas Team 299­310­320—929 (9th of 18) Aaron Watkins 74­74­76—224 (T9th) A.J. Elgert 71­77­85—233 (T36th) Bryan Milberger 78­77­83—238 (T57th) Matt Williams 76­87­76—239 (T61st) Mark Sprecker 81­82­86—249 (T82nd)

ALL-TIME RESULTS Baylor Intercollegiate Oct. 29­30 | Waco, Texas Team 296­281­278—855 (7th of 18) Aaron Watkins 75­66­69—210 (T9th) A.J. Elgert 73­71­70—214 (T20th) Matt Williams 73­72­72—217 (T38th) Bryan Milberger 80­72­69—221 (T50th) Bryan Schweizer 75­76­70—221 (T50th) 2002 | Spring Rice Intercollegiate Feb. 11­12 | Katy, Texas Team 299­297­299—895 (T7th of 12) A.J. Elgert 74­74­74—222 (T13th) Bryan Milberger 74­73­77—224 (T20th) Aaron Watkins 79­73­74—226 (T27th) Bryan Schweizer 77­77­74—228 (T41st) Matt Williams 74­81­77—232 (T50th) Greg Douglas* 82­76­77—235 (T59th) UTSA Invitational Feb. 25­26 | San Antonio, Texas Team 293­308­307—908 (8th of 16) A.J. Elgert 72­77­73—222 (T10th) Aaron Watkins 75­75­80—230 (T31st) Matt Williams 71­75­84—230 (T31st) Bryan Milberger 77­82­75—234 (T52nd) Bryan Schweizer 75­81­79—235 (T54th) LSU Spring Invitational March 1­3 | 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) Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 25­26 | Stevinson, Calif. Team 286­290­296—872 (3rd of 16) A.J. Elgert 67­73­75—215 (T7th) Aaron Watkins 73­72­72—217 (T11th) Matt Williams 75­71­72—218 (T15th) Bryan Milberger 75­74­83—232 (T60th) Daryn Soldan 71­86­77—234 (T80th) Branson Creek Invitational April 8­9 | Branson, Mo. Team 292­284­298—874 (T3rd of 13) Bryan Milberger 72­69­73—214 (T4th) A.J. Elgert 71­70­74—215 (T7th) Matt Williams 73­72­75—220 (T15th) Bryan Schweizer 76­73­76—225 (T36th) Mark Sprecker 77­78­81—236 (T63rd) Wildcat Invitational April 14 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 299­311—610 (1st of 6) Bryan Schweizer 74­78—153 (T2nd) Bryan Milberger 81­73—154 (T5th) Matt Williams 77­77—154 (T5th) Greg Douglas* 78­79—157 (T9th) A.J. Elgert 73­85—158 (T11th) Aaron Watkins 75­83—158 (T11th) Dusty King* 82­79—161 (T17th) Mark Sprecker* 83­79—162 (T19th) Daryn Soldan* 86­80—166 (T25th) Jonathan James* 82­86—168 (T29th) Big 12 Championship April 29­30 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 303­292­290—885 (7th of 12) Aaron Watkins 72­70­70—212 (T6th) A.J. Elgert 78­71­72—221 (T23rd) Bryan Milberger 75­73­73—221 (T23rd) Matt Williams 78­78­76—232 (51st) Bryan Schweizer 79­80­75—234 (T53rd) NCAA Central Regional May 16­18 | Little Rock, Ark. Aaron Watkins* 78­73­78—229 (T85th) 2002 | Fall Fairway Club Invitational Sept. 9­10 | Lincoln, Neb. Team 295­287­302—884 (T3rd of 13) Aaron Watkins 70­69­78—217 (8th) Greg Douglas 75­73­75—223 (T17th) A.J. Elgert 77­71­75—223 (T17th) Josh Persons 73­74­76—223 (T17th)

Matt Van Cleave

77­75­76—228 (T37th)

Inverness Intercollegiate Invitational Sept. 16­17 | Toledo, Ohio Team 304­294­291—889 (T3rd of 15) Greg Douglas 74­74­71—219 (7th) Aaron Watkins 74­75­72—221 (T12th) A.J. Elgert 79­71­72—222 (T16th) Matt Van Cleave 77­74­80—231 (T45th) Josh Persons 80­80­76—236 (T59th) Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Sept. 30­Oct. 1 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 317­301­299—917 (3rd of 12) Aaron Watkins 72­72­71—215 (1st) Josh Persons* 76­79­77—232 (T18th) Tim Moody* 78­79­76—233 (T20th) Matt Van Cleave* 84­73­76—233 (T20th) Nick Schumacher 82­81­73—236 (T33rd) Greg Douglas 85­72­82—239 (T43rd) A.J. Elgert 78­80­81—239 (T43rd) Jonathan James 88­77­74—239 (T43rd) Jimmy Dietz* 84­82­83—239 (T62nd) Purina Classic Oct. 7­8 | St. Charles, Mo. Team 301­286­285—872 (9th of 14) Aaron Watkins 72­71­67—210 (T12th) A.J. Elgert 76­73­69—218 (T32nd) Greg Douglas 77­72­75—224 (T46th) Josh Persons 82­70­74—226 (T59th) Matt Van Cleave 76­75­77—228 (63rd) Tim Moody* 82­75­75—232 (68th) K­State vs. Oklahoma Dual Oct. 17 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 454­214—668 (1st of 2) Aaron Watkins 69­33—102 (1st) A.J. Elgert 75­35—110 (2nd) Josh Persons 77­35—112 (T3rd) Greg Douglas 77­36—113 (6th) Tim Moody 77­38—115 (T7th) Jimmy Dietz 80­37—117 (T9th) Jonathan James 79­39—118 (11th) Nick Schumacher 84­40—124 (13th) Baylor Invitational Oct. 28­29 | Waco, Texas Team 285­286­294—865 (T6th of 16) A.J. Elgert 71­70­73—214 (T13th) Greg Douglas 71­73­71—215 (T19th) Aaron Watkins 71­71­76—218 (T31st) Josh Persons 72­72­74—218 (T31st) Jimmy Dietz 73­77­87—237 (81st)

Border Olympics April 4­5 | Laredo, Texas Team 288­293­288—869 (5th of 20) Aaron Watkins 70­75­70—215 (T11th) Greg Douglas 71­73­73—217 (T22nd) Josh Persons 72­75­72—219 (T28th) A.J. Elgert 75­72­73—220 (T38th) Matt Van Cleave 75­73­76—224 (T56th) Robert Kepler Intercollegiate April 12­13 | Columbus, Ohio Team 313­303­307—923 (11th of 18) Aaron Watkins 77­78­72—227 (T19th) Josh Persons 79­76­78—233 (T47th) A.J. Elgert 77­77­79—233 (T47th) Matt Van Cleave 80­77­78—235 (T58th) Greg Douglas 82­73­81—236 (T60th) Big 12 Championship April 28­29 | Tulsa, Okla. Team 305­302­320—927 (T6th of 12) Matt Van Cleave 72­75­83—230 (T16th) Aaron Watkins 76­79­78—233 (T23rd) Greg Douglas 80­76­80—236 (T31st) Josh Persons 83­73­80—236 (T31st) A.J. Elgert 77­78­82—237 (T36th) NCAA Central Regional May 15­17 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 287­305­280—876 (11th of 27) Greg Douglas 68­81­68—217 (T33rd) Matt Van Cleave 72­77­71—220 (T48th) Aaron Watkins 74­77­69—220 (T48th) Josh Persons 76­76­72—224 (T85th) A.J. Elgert 73­75­78—226 (T102nd) 2003 | Fall Badger Invitational Sept. 12­14 | Verona, Wis. Team 294­294—588 (+12) (2nd of 9) Aaron Watkins 70­73—143 (T2nd) Josh Persons 72­72—144 (T4th) Matt Van Cleave 75­74—149 (T9th) A.J. Elgert 77­75—152 (T25th) Greg Douglas 78­75—153 (T28th) Inverness Intercollegiate Sept. 19­20 | Toledo, Ohio Team 299­303­294—896 (+44) (2nd of 15) Aaron Watkins 76­77­69—222 (T4th) Matt Van Cleave 77­73­73—223 (T8th) Josh Persons 73­77­79—229 (T32nd) Greg Douglas 73­83­75—231 (T44th) A.J. Elgert 81­76­77—234 (T49th)

2003 | Spring Rice Intercollegiate Feb. 10­11 | Cypress, Texas Team 308­297­299—904 (T6th of 13) Aaron Watkins 77­76­73—226 (T22nd) Ben Kern 79­73­74—226 (T22nd) Josh Persons 78­73­76—227 (T25th) Greg Douglas 74­77­77—228 (T31st) Jonathan James 81­75­76—232 (T47th) UTSA Invitational Feb. 24­25 | 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) Louisiana Classic March 10­11 | Lafayette, La. Team 296­296­297—889 (12th of 15) Matt Van Cleave 71­71­73—215 (T13th) Aaron Watkins 76­76­72—224 (T44th) Greg Douglas 75­75­74—224 (T44th) Josh Persons 75­74­78—227 (T73rd) A.J. Elgert 75­77­80—232 (T73rd) Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 24­25 | Stevinson, Calif. Team 286­287­299—872 (2nd of 14) Josh Persons 70­73­72—215 (T4th) Matt Van Cleave 72­71­73—216 (T8th) Aaron Watkins 72­72­75—219 (T17th) A.J. Elgert 72­73­80—225 (T40th) Greg Douglas 77­71­79—227 (49th)

Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Sept. 29­30 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 300­286—586 (+10) (3rd of 8) Aaron Watkins 70­73—143 (T3rd) A.J. Elgert 76­70—146 (T9th) Ben Kern* 73­73—146 (T9th) Matt Van Cleave 77­69—146 (T9th) Josh Persons 77­74—151 (T22nd) Greg Douglas 77­75—152 (T27th) Jimmy Dietz* 78­76—154 (T31st) Bryan Schweizer* 79­75—154 (T31st) Tim Moody* 81­80—161 (43rd) Purina Classic Oct. 6­7 | St. Charles, Mo. Team 277­268­285—830 (­22) (1st of 9) Matt Van Cleave 70­67­65—202 (1st) Ben Kern 68­68­73—209 (T5th) Tim Moody* 69­69­71—209 (T5th) Aaron Watkins 71­65­74—210 (T8th) A.J. Elgert 68­68­76—212 (T11th) Josh Persons 78­71­73—222 (T35th) Duke Golf Classic Oct. 19­20 | Durham, N.C. Team 294­290­298—882 (+18) (5th of 15) Ben Kern 73­73­74—220 (T14th) Matt Van Cleave 77­71­74—222 (T20th) Tim Moody 73­76­75—224(T27th) Aaron Watkins 75­74­75—224 (T27th) A.J. Elgert 73­72­80—225 (T30th) 2004 | Spring


Matlock Collegiate Classic Feb. 16­17 | Lakeland, Fla. 297­289­296—882 (+18) (5th of 15)

jbkÛp=dlic Matt Van Cleave A.J. Elgert Aaron Watkins Greg Douglas Tim Moody

73­72­70—215 (T7th) 71­77­75—223 (T23rd) 74­75­74—223 (T23rd) 74­74­77—225 (T38th) 76­72­77—225 (T38th)

Hackler Invitational March 8­9 | Myrtle Beach, S.C. Team 303­302­291—896 (+32) (T7th of 19) A.J. Elgert 76­73­71—220 (T7th) Ben Kern 74­78­71—223 (T22nd) Josh Persons 79­77­73—229 (T44th) Aaron Watkins 74­75­83—232 (T54th) Matt Van Cleave 80­77­76—233 (T59th) Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 29­30 | Stevinson, Calif. Team 286­281­294—861 (­3) (2nd of 14) Ben Kern 69­70­71—210 (T2nd) Aaron Watkins 71­69­73—213 (T7th) Tim Moody* 71­73­74—218 (T17th) Matt Van Cleave 83­67­73—223 (T34th) Josh Persons 72­75­78—225 (T39th) A.J. Elgert 74­76­77—227 (T53rd) Boilermaker Invitational April 10­11 | West Lafayette, Ind. Team 300­289­300—889 (+25) (12th of 18) Ben Kern 75­72­74—221 (T27th) Aaron Watkins 77­72­75—224 (T37th) Josh Persons 74­73­78—225 (T42nd) Matt Van Cleave 76­77­73—226 (T49th) A.J. Elgert 75­72­80—227 (T52nd) Robert Kepler Intercollegiate April 17­18 | Columbus, Ohio Team 297­303­307—907 (+43) (10th of 18) Aaron Watkins 72­75­77—224 (T14th) Ben Kern 74­76­78—228 (T33rd) Tim Moody 74­77­79—230 (T46th) Matt Van Cleave 79­80­73—232 (T57th) Josh Persons 77­75­85—237 (T80th) Big 12 Championship April 26­27 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 290­289­302—881 (+41) (4th of 12) Aaron Watkins 70­71­75—216 (T6th) Matt Van Cleave 76­70­73—219 (T9th) A.J. Elgert 69­74­78—221 (T13th) Tim Moody 75­74­78—227 (T36th) Ben Kern 77­75­76—228 (T40th) NCAA Central Regional May 20­22 | West Lafayette, Ind. Team 300­305­318—923 (+59) (15th of 27) A.J. Elgert 72­76­74—222 (T12th) Aaron Watkins 78­75­79—232 (T60th) Ben Kern 72­77­87—236 (T84th) Tim Moody 78­77­83—238 (T97th) Matt Van Cleave 80­79­82—241 (T107th)

A.J. Elgert*

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

2004 | Fall Inverness Intercollegiate Sept. 10­11 | Toledo, Ohio Team 308­300­299—907 (+55) (9th of 13) Matt Van Cleave 74­75­71—220 (T8th) Ben Kern 79­72­73—224 (T19th) Clay Hodge 76­76­77—229 (T36th) Jonathan James 79­77­78—234 (T47th) Tyler Cummins 84­77­79—240 (T62nd) Kansas Invitational Sept. 20­21 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 290­293­294—877 (+13) (2nd of 13) Matt Van Cleave 71­71­70—212 (2nd) Tyler Cummins 72­74­73—219 (T7th) Kyle Yonke* 72­77­72—221 (T17th) Ben Kern 74­74­75—223 (T23rd) Clay Hodge 76­74­76—226 (34th) Jonathan James 73­78­79—230 (T42nd) Mason Rudolph Championship Sept. 27­28 | Nashville, Tenn. Team 288­288­293—869 (+17) (T11 of 15) Tyler Cummins 66­72­76—214 (T21st) Ben Kern 72­70­72—214 (T21st) Matt Van Cleave 74­73­74—221 (T52nd) Kyle Yonke 76­77­71—224 (61st)



hJpq^qb Clay Hodge

77­73­76—226 (T65th)

Alister MacKenzie Invitational Oct. 11­12 | Fairfax, Calif. Team 292­280­287—859 (+7) (5th of 15) Ben Kern 73­71­70—214 (11th) Jonathan James 76­69­71—216 (T14th) Tyler Cummins 71­70­77—218 (T25th) Nick Schumacher 74­70­75—219 (T27th) Matt Van Cleave 74­77­71—222 (T39th) Nelson Invitational Oct. 22­24 | Palo Alto, Calif. Team 292­271­286—849 (+21) (7th of 16) Matt Van Cleave 68­70­72—210 (T9th) Ben Kern 75­63­73—211 (T12th) Jonathan James 75­72­68—215 (T31st) Tyler Cummins 75­70­73—218 (T50th) Nick Schumacher 74­68­80—222 (T63rd) 2005 | Spring Matlock Invitational Feb. 14­15 | Lakeland, Fla. Team 291­298­294—883 (+19) (3rd of 15) Matt Van Cleave 70­71­71–212 (T1st) Nick Schumacher 73­74­73–220 (T10th) Ben Kern 71­76­77–224 (T15th) Tyler Cummins 80­77­73–230 (T41st) Jonathan James 77­79­80–236 (T62nd) Dick Wittcoff­USF Invitational March 4­6 | Tampa, Fla. Team 303­299­306–908 (+56) (6th of 15) Matt Van Cleave 73­76­75–224 (T10th) Ben Kern 77­71­77–225 (T12th) Nick Schumacher 75­75­76–226 (T14th) Kyle Yonke* 72­78­79–229 (T25th) Tyler Cummins 81­77­78–236 (T56th) Jonathan James 78­78­85–241 (T70th) Hackler Invitational March 13­14 | Murrells Inlet, S.C. Team 295­296­309–900 (+36) (4th of 12) Matt Van Cleave 77­67­74–218 (4th) Nick Schumacher 72­75­78–225 (T14th) Tyler Cummins 77­77­77–231 (T34th) Ben Kern 73­77­82–232 (T39th) Kyle Yonke 73­80­80–233 (T44th) Stevinson Ranch Invitational March 21­22 | Stevinson, Calif. Team 298­297­297–892 (+28) (T2th of 14) Ben Kern 71­68­75–214 (2nd) Matt Van Cleave 75­72­74–221 (T13th) Nick Schumacher 80­79­73–232 (T40th) Tyler Cummins 76­80­75–231 (T36th) Kyle Yonke 76­78­82–236 (T52nd) Clay Hodge* 77­78­87–242 (T71st) ASU Thunderbird Invitational April 8­9 | Tempe, Ariz. Team 300­295­302–897 (+45) (13th of 15) Matt Van Cleave 71­70­72–213 (T3rd) Ben Kern 76­75­77–228 (T63rd) Nick Schumacher 77­75­76–228 (T63rd) Tyler Cummins 82­75­77–234 (T76th) Clay Hodge 76­83­78–237 (78th) FirstEnergy Intercollegiate April 16­17 | Akron, Ohio Team 303­289­295–887 (+45) (4th of 15) Matt Van Cleave 75­69­73–217 (5th) Nick Schumacher 79­70­74–223 (T12th) Jonathan James 73­78­74–225 (T18th) Kyle Yonke 76­74­82–232 (T46th) Ben Kern 83­76­74–233 (T49th) Big 12 Championship April 29­May 1 | Trinity, Texas Team 308­306­311–925 (+61) (10th of 12) Matt Van Cleave 70­71­76–217 (4th) Ben Kern 79­75­75–229 (T25th) Tyler Cummins 79­77­79–235 (T42nd) Jonathan James 80­83­81–244 (57th) Nick Schumacher 80­84­82–246 (59th) NCAA Central Regional May 19­21 | South Bend, Ind. Team 299­291­291–881 (+41) (20th of 27) Matt Van Cleave 72­71­71–214 (T17th) Tyler Cummins 76­69­73–218 (T36th) Ben Kern 76­77­72–225 (T88th)


ALL-TIME RESULTS Jonathan James Kyle Yonke

77­74­75–226 (T95th) 75­78­81–234 (T127th)

2005 | Fall Cleveland State Invitational Sept. 12­13 | Chardon, Ohio Team 293­291­299–883 (+31) (8th of 17) Ben Kern 68­68­69–205 (2nd) Robert Streb 75­75­74–224 (T35th) Tyler Cummins 74­72­83–229 (T55th) Jay Kramer 76­76­78–230 (T58th) Kyle Yonke 78­76­78–232 (T62nd) Wolverine Intercollegiate Sept. 24­25 | Ann Arbor, Mich. Team 287­279­286–852 (E) (4th of 15) Ben Kern 68­68­73–209 (T8th) Tyler Cummins 72­72­68–212 (T13th) Robert Streb 73­69­76–218 (T35th) Kyle Yonke 74­76­71–221 (T50th) Joe Kinney 78­70­74–222 (T56th) Memphis Intercollegiate Oct. 3­4 | Memphis, Tenn. Team 294­294­296–884 (+20) (T4th of 15) Tyler Cummins 72­73­73–218 (T8th) Robert Streb 72­77­72–221 (T16th) Kyle Yonke 75­74­73–222 (T22nd) Ben Kern 75­71­78–224 (T33th) Jonathan James* 73­75­77–225 (T38th) Joe Kinney 80­76­78–234 (T64th) Alister MacKenzie Invitational Oct. 10­11 | Fairfax, Calif. Team 280­283­302–865 (+13) (12th of 15) Kyle Yonke 72­71­73–216 (T32nd) Tyler Cummins 68­72­80–220 (T46th) Robert Streb 72­77­71–220 (T46th) Jonathan James 74­70­78–222 (T58th) Ben Kern 68­70­85–223 (T60th)

ASU Thunderbird Invitational April 8­9 | Tempe, Ariz. Team 287­271­277—835 (­17) (T3rd of 16) Ben Kern 69­65­65–199 (1st) Tyler Cummins 75­67­70–212 (T19th) Robert Streb 74­69­71–214 (T28th) Joe Kinney 70­77­71–218 (T44th) Kyle Yonke 74­70­77–221 (T56th) Aggie Invitational April 15­16 | College Station, Texas Team 302­305­309—916 (+52) (T8th of 12) Tyler Cummins 76­73­79–228 (T26th) Ben Kern 75­77­77–229 (T29th) Robert Streb 77­75­79–231 (T33rd) Joe Kinney 78­80­74–232 (T39th) Kyle Yonke 74­80­80–234 (T50th) Big 12 Championship April 24­25 | Tulsa, Okla. Team 296­305­298—899 (+59) (T10th of 12) Ben Kern 72­74­74–220 (T19th) Robert Streb 77­77­72–226 (T34th) Joe Kinney 74­75­79–228 (T42nd) Kyle Yonke 75­79­75–229 (T45th) Tyler Cummins 75­79­77–231 (51st) NCAA Central Regional May 18­20 | Chardon, Ohio Team 306­307­290—903 (+51) (18th of 27) Robert Streb 76­72­68–216 (T12th) Kyle Yonke 75­80­72–227 (T75th) Ben Kern 79­77­75–230 (T95th) Tyler Cummins 79­78­77–234 (T114th) Jonthan James 77­84­75–236 (T125th) NCAA Championship May 31­June 3 | Sunriver, Ore. Robert Streb* 74­70­75–219 (MC) 2006 | Fall

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

Central Region Preview Sept. 9­10 | Sugar Grove, Ill. Team 298­315­300—913 (+49) (T2nd of 12) Mitchell Gregson 71­81­73–225 (T6th) Robert Streb 80­78­73–231 (T23rd) Kyle Yonke 81­77­74–232 (25th) Joe Ida 74­84­80–238 (T39th) Jason Schulte 73­79­88–240 (T47th)

2006 | Spring

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

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


Wolf Pack Classic Oct. 2­3 | Reno, Nev. Team 285­299­292—876 (+12) (T9th of 18) Robert Streb 71­72­73–216 (T20th) Mitchell Gregson 73­74­72–219 (T36th) Joe Ida 71­78­72–221 (T48th) Kyle Yonke 70­77­75–222 (T52nd) Jay Kramer 74­76­81–231 (87th) Alister MacKenzie Invitational Oct. 9­10 | Fairfax, Calif. Team 282­287­303—872 (+20) (13th of 15) Kyle Yonke 71­70­74–215 (T22nd) Mitchell Gregson 70­74­74–218 (T35th) Robert Streb 73­71­75–219 (T46th) Joe Ida 72­72­80–224 (T65th) Jason Schulte 69­74­82–225 (T69th)

2007 | Spring 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. 19­20 | Orlando, Fla. Team 309­305­303–917 (+53) (18th of 18) Robert Streb 73­76­76–225 (T54th) Kyle Yonke 78­74­76–228 (T69th) Joe Ida 79­79­74–232 (T86th) Joe Kinney 79­76­80–235 (T89th) Mitchell Gregson 80­82­77–239 (T95th) Braveheart Classic March 5­6 | Beaumont, Calif. Team 320­313­303–936 (+72) (9th of 17) Joe Ida 79­75­75–229 (T11th) Kyle Yonke 81­78­77–236 (T30th) Mitchell Gregson 76­81­81–238 (T44th) Joe Kinney 85­79­74–238 (T44th) Jay Kramer 84­82­77–243 (T69th) Fresno State Lexus Golf Classic March 12­13 | Fresno, Calif. Team 294­304­283–881 (+17) (7th of 15) Kyle Yonke 72­73­70–215 (T8th) Joe Kinney 73­76­74–223 (T35th) Mitchell Gregson 78­79­67–224 (T39th) Joe Ida 73­79­75–227 (T49th) Spencer Alefs* 80­73­75–228 (T51st) Robert Streb 76­80­72–228 (T51st) Jason Schulte 80­76­77–233 (T68th) Ron Moore Invitational March 19­20 | Goodyear, Ariz. Team 283­283­284–850 (­14) (T3rd of 17) Robert Streb 69­70­72–211 (T12th) Kyle Yonke 72­69­72–212 (T15th) Mitchell Gregson 72­72­68–212 (T15th) Joe Kinney 70­72­72–215 (T23rd) Joe Ida 73­74­77–224 (71st) Spencer Alefs* 77­78­81–236 (92nd) Shocker Classic April 2­3 | Wichita, Kan. Team 294­293­318–905 (+53) (T5th of 16) Robert Streb 71­73­76–220 (T2nd) Joe Ida 76­75­76–227 (T30th) Mitchell Gregson 73­71­84–228 (T33rd) Kyle Yonke 74­74­82–230 (T39th) Spencer Alefs* 74­79­83–236 (T54th) Joe Kinney 82­80­87–249 (85th) ASU Thunderbird Invitational April 13­15 | Tempe, Ariz. Team 289­307­297–893 (+29) (16th of 16) Robert Streb 70­78­73–221 (T50th) Joe Ida 73­76­74–223 (T62nd) Mitchell Gregson 73­74­77–224 (T64th) Joe Kinney 75­80­73–228 (T77th) Kyle Yonke 73­79­81–233 (84th) Big 12 Championship April 23­24 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 304­301­311–916 (+76) (9th of 12) Joe Ida 74­74­79–227 (T22nd) Kyle Yonke 77­78­75–230 (T35th) Mitchell Gregson 78­76­78–232 (T40th) Joe Kinney 76­73­83–232 (T40th) Robert Streb 77­78­79–234 (T45th) 2007 | Fall

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

Kansas Invitational Sept. 17­18 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 298­297­303–898 (+34) (4th of 16) *Kyle Smell 72­74­75–221 (T8th) Mitchell Gregson 75­72­76–223 (T16th) Spencer Alefs 76­74­76–226 (T27th) Joe Ida 73­77­76–226 (T27th) Robert Streb 75­74­78–227 (T37th) Kyle Yonke 75­77­75–227 (T37th)

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

Daniel Wood Kyle Smell *Kyle Yonke Joe Ida Robert Streb

74­73­74—221 (8th) 76­73­73—222 (T9th) 76­73­76—225 (20th) 77­74­76—227 (T25th) 80­73­83—236 (T50th)

Big 12 Championship April 25­27 | Trinity, Texas Team297­307­301­297–1202 (+50) (8th of 12) Joe Ida 71­74­79­71—295 (T16th) Mitchell Gregson 76­79­71­73—299 (T25th) Robert Streb 73­74­76­76—299 (T25th) Kyle Smell 77­85­75­77—314 (T49th) Daniel Wood 82­80­81­80—323 (T59th) NCAA West Regional May 15­17 | Bremerton, Wash. Team 305­299­298–902 (+38) (18th of 27) Mitchell Gregson 74­75­71—220 (T25th) Robert Streb 77­72­73—222 (T35th) Kyle Yonke 76­74­75—225 (T52nd) Joe Ida 78­78­79—235 (T114th) Daniel Wood 82­80­79—241 (T134th)

Fresno Lexus Classic March 10­11 | Fresno, Calif. Team 295­283­294–872 (+8) (13th of 20) Joe Ida 73­68­73—214 (T20th) Mitchell Gregson 77­70­69—216 (T31st) Robert Streb 71­73­75—219 (T52nd) Daniel Wood 75­72­77—224 (T71st) Kyle Yonke 76­73­77—226 (T80th) Ron Moore Invitational March 21­23 | Goodyear, Ariz. Team 280­278­287–845 (­1) (1st of 16) Joe Ida 68­69­70—207 (T3rd) Mitchell Gregson 68­70­72—211 (T11th) Kyle Yonke 72­68­74—214 (T20th) Robert Streb 75­71­71—217 (T34th) Ross Geubelle 72­75­73—220 (T44th) *Daniel Wood 71­67­76—214 *(T1st) Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic March 31­April 1 | Wichita, Kan. Team 286­290­304–880 (+28) (4th of 16) Joe Ida 65­72­75—212 (T3rd) Mitchell Gregson 70­71­75—216 (T9th) Robert Streb 75­71­76—222 (T25th) *Daniel Wood 78­71­79—228 (T46th) *Kyle Smell 75­75­78—228 (T46th) Kyle Yonke 76­76­79—231 (T64th) Ross Geubelle 82­76­78—236 (83rd) Missouri Tiger Intercollegiate April 7­8 | Columbia, Mo. Team 298­293­295–886 (+22) (2nd of 11) Mitchell Gregson 71­74­72—217 (3rd)

74 (3rd) 75 (T4th) 75 (T4th) 88 (12th)

Braveheart Classic March 2­3 | Beaumont, Calif. Team 297­301­294–892 (+28) (7th of 18) Mitchell Gregson 74­71­72—217 (T2nd) Robert Streb 72­76­74—222 (T19th) Ross Geubelle 78­76­72—226 (T36th) Joe Ida 75­79­76—230 (T52nd) Kyle Smell 75­79­76—230 (T52nd) Jason Schulte* 75­79­83—237 (T79th) Desert Shootout March 19­21 | Goodyear, Ariz. Team 287­276­282–845 (­19) (5th of 14) Robert Streb 68­69­66—203 (4th) Joe Ida 72­66­73—211 (T16th) Mitchell Gregson 74­70­72—216 (T37th) Daniel Wood* 75­73­70—218 (T46th) Ross Geubelle 73­75­71—219 (T51st) Kyle Smell 76­71­76—223 (T61st)

2008 | Fall Jim Colbert Intercollegaite September 22­23 |Manhattan, Kan. Team 294­299­290–883 (+19) (1st of 9) Mitchell Gregson 74­74­68—216 (1st) Robert Streb 71­77­71—219 (T4th) Joe Ida 73­77­74—224 (T7th) *Jason Schulte 78­75­73—226 (T11th) *Daniel Wood 76­78­75­—229 (T17th) Ross Geubelle 79­74­77—230 (T21st) Joe Kinney 76­74­81—231 (24th) * Spencer Alefs 79­77­82—238 (T36th) *Kyle Smell 81­77­84—242 (47th) Cardinal Classic September 29­30 |Louisville, Ky. Team 289­2283­271–843 (­21) (T2nd of 15) Robert Streb 69­69­66—204 (2nd) Joe Ida 71­70­68—209 (T7th) Mitchell Gregson 73­70­67—210 (T9th) Daniel Wood 81­74­70—225 (T56th) Jason Schulte 76­77­73—226 (T58th)

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

Ross Geubelle Mitchell Gregson *Jason Schulte Kyle Smell

Wolf Pack Classic October 6­7 |Reno, Nev. Team 291­280­292–863 (­1) (T4th of 13) Robert Streb 72­70­71—213 (T10th) Joe Ida 74­70­72—216 (T16th) Mitchell Gregson 72­71­75—218 (T26th) Ross Geubelle 73­69­81—223 (T46th) Daniel Wood 75­77­74—226 (T50th) *Jason Schulte 79­77­75—231 (T61st) Santa Clara Invitational October 20­21 |San Jose, Calif. Team 287­284­287–858 (+6) (2nd of 8) Mitchell Gregson 67­64­70—201 (1st) Robert Streb 72­76­72—220 (T10th) Jason Schulte 74­74­72—220 (T10th) Ross Geubelle 76­74­73—223 (17th) *Joe Kinney 79­74­71—224 (T18th) Daniel Wood 74­72­81—227 (T25th) Herb Wimberly Intercolegiate October 27­28 |Las Cruces, N.M. Team 296­288­285–869 (+17) (2nd of 18) Robert Streb 72­70­72—214 (T12th) Mitchell Gregson 76­69­70—215 (T15th) Kyle Smell 73­75­72—220 (T36th) Ross Geubelle 76­75­71—222 (T43rd) Jason Schulte 75­74­74—223 (T49th) Pacific Invitational November 3­5 | Stockton, Calif. Team 285­286­262–853 (+17) (1st of 12) Robert Streb 69­73­68—210 (T2nd) Mitchell Gregson 71­68­74—213 (T7th) Ross Geubelle 74­72­70—216 (T16th) Joe Ida 73­74­70—217 (T18th) Kyle Smell 72­73­76—221 (T34th)

Shocker Classic ^ March 19­21 | Goodyear, Ariz. Team 308­281—589 (+21) (1st of 3) Mitchell Gregson 75­70—145 (3rd) Daniel Wood 77­70—147 (T5th) Robert Streb 80­69—149 (7th) Joe Ida 78­72—150 (8th) Joe Kinney* 78­79—157 (T19th) Ross Geubelle 78­82—160 (T23rd) Spencer Alefs* 80­80—160 (T23rd) Missouri Tiger Intercollegiate April 13­14 | Columbia, Mo. Team 280­294­300—874 (+10)(1st of 14) Mitchell Gregson 67­70­77—214 (T3rd) Kyle Smell 72­73­72—217 (T6th) Joe Ida 70­77­74—221 (T12th) Daniel Wood 71­74­79—224 (T17th) *Joe Kinney 78­77­72—227 (T32nd) Robert Streb 75­79­77—231 (T42nd) Big 12 Championship April 27­29 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 304­301­289­276–1,170 (+50)(4th of 12) Robert Streb 69­75­67­69—280 (3rd) Daniel Wood 80­75­75­68—298 (T21st) Mitchell Gregson 78­79­77­66—300 (T25th) Joe Ida 77­78­71­77—303 (T32nd) Kyle Smell 83­73­76­73—305 (40th) NCAA West Regional April 27­29 | Hutchinson, Kan. Team 294­292­286—872 (+8) (12th of 13) Robert Streb 75­70­68—213 (T18th) Mitchell Gregson 71­75­70—316 (T31th) Joe Ida 73­75­76—224 (T66th) Daniel Wood 77­75­72—224 (T66th) Kyle Smell 75­72­77—224 (T66th) 2009 | Fall Wolf Run Intercollegiate September 12­13 | Zionsville, Ind. Team 297­289­299–885 (+32) (9th of 17) Mitchell Gregson 72­68­71—211 (T5th) Joe Kinney 70­69­72—211 (T5th) Joe Ida 78­77­76—231 (T66th) Ross Geubelle 77­75­80—232 (T77th) Chase Chamberlin 82­77­83—242 (T81st) Jim Colbert Intercollegaite^ September 21­22 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 287­282–596 (+1) (1st of 9) Joe Ida 70­70—140 (1st) Mitchell Gregson 71­70—141 (2nd) Joe Kinney 75­71—146 (7th) Curtis Yonke 71­76—147 (T8th) *Jason Schulte 74­73—147 (T8th) Chase Chamberlin 80­71—151 (T18th) *Ross Geubelle 81­76—157 (T33rd) *Ben Juffer 83­77—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)

jbkÛp=dlic Jason Schulte 74­73­72—219 (T28th) Joe Ida 70­75­75—220 (T33rd) *Chase Chamberlin 76­83­81—240 (T76th) Firestone Invitational October 12­13 | Akron, Ohio Team 296­296­297–889 (+25) (4th of 11) Joe Ida 73­70­72—215 (4th) Mitchell Gregson 73­72­76—221 (15th) Joe Kinney 74­79­71—224 (T20nd) Jason Schulte 76­75­86—237 (T21st) Curtis Yonke 78­82­78—238 (T60th) Herb Wimberly Intercolegiate October 26­27 | Las Cruces, N.M. Team 283­275­285–843 (­9) (3rd of 17) Joe Ida 68­68­71—207 (T7th) Mitchell Gregson 72­66­70—208 (11th) Joe Kinney 71­72­71—214 (T30th) Jason Schulte 72­70­73—215 (T34th) Curtis Yonke 74­71­77—222 (T65th) Pacific Invitational November 2­4 | Stockton, Calif. Team 284­279­280–843 (­9) (5th of 12) Mitchell Gregson 69­70­66—205 (4th) Joe Ida 71­69­70—210 (T13th) Jason Schulte 74­67­76—217 (T33rd) Curtis Yonke 76­73­71—220 (41st) Joe Kinney 70­78­73—221 (T42nd) 2010 | Spring Fresno State Classic March 8­9 | Fresno, Calif. Team 380­373­379–1132 (+67) (15th of 16) Joe Ida 71­73­72—216 (T14th) Mitchell Gregson 76­70­74—220 (T25th) Joe Kinney 78­76­73—227 (T61st) Curtis Yonke 78­76­78—232 (T80th) Jason Schulte 77­81­82—240 (97th) Ben Juffer 80­78­84—242 (98th) Desert Shootout March 18­20 | Goodyear, Ariz. Team 279­295­297–874 (+10) (11th of 17) Joe Kinney 67­72­71—210 (T5th) Curtis Yonke 72­71­74—217 (T28th) Mitchell Gregson 72­74­74—220 (T42nd) Jason Schulte 79­78­81—238 (95th) Ben Juffer* 81­77­76—234 (T92nd) Joe Ida 68­DNF (Injury) Morris Williams Intercollegiate April 5­6 | Austin, Texas Team 302­307­310–919 (+67) (13th of 15) Mitchell Gregson 75­73­73—221 (T14th) Joe Ida 75­78­78—231 (T53rd) Joe Kinney 77­68­79—234 (T63rd) Curtis Yonke 75­78­82—235 (T66th) Jason Schulte 79­84­80—243 (T76th) Mizzou Tiger Intercollegiate April 12­13 | Columbia, Mo. Team 282­290­285–858 (­6) (2nd of 15) Curtis Yonke 69­71­71—211 (1st) Joe Ida 70­70­72—212 (3rd) Mitchell Gregson 74­69­72—215 (T7th) Joe Kinney 76­74­72—222 (T23rd) Ben Juffer* 75­72­77—224 (T31st) Chase Chamberlin 74­76­80—230 (T51st) Big 12 Championship April 23­25 | Trinity, Texas Team 290­283­296­294–1,163 (+11) (5th of 12) Joe Ida 75­69­74­70—288 (T7th) Mitchell Gregson 74­68­73­76—291 (T15th) Curtis Yonke 74­70­75­72—291 (T15th) Joe Kinney 68­76­74­72—294 (T22nd) Ben Juffer 74­83­80­80—317 (59th) NCAA Southeast Regional May 20­22 | Alpharetta, Ga. Robert Streb 75­70­68—213 (T18th) Mitchell Gregson 71­75­70—316 (T31th) 2010 | Fall

Wolf Pack Classic October 5­6 |Reno, Nev. Team 290­284­281–855 (­9) (T4th of 13) Joe Kinney 74­67­67—208 (T2nd) Mitchell Gregson 74­69­71—214 (T11th) Curtis Yonke 72­75­71—218 (T21st)

Wolf Run Intercollegiate September 11­12 | Zionsville, Ind. Team 305­300­312—917 (+65) (15th of 15) Curtis Yonke 76­73­77—226 (T40th) Ben Juffer 75­71­83—229 (T54th)



hJpq^qb Thomas Birdsey Jack Watson Tyler Norris

77­79­75—231 (T62nd) 77­77­80—234 (T69th) 82­89­80—251 (T80th)

Kansas Invitational September 20­21 | Lawrence, Kan. Team 290­301­296—887 (+23) (6th of 15) *Kyle Smell 70­74­73—217 (T8th) Ben Juffer 67­75­77—219 (T12th) Thomas Birdsey 73­75­71—219 (T12th) *Jason Schulte 75­74­74—223 (T26th) Curtis Yonke 72­78­74—224 (T30th) Jack Watson 78­76­76—230 (T54th) Chase Chamberlin 80­75­75—230 (T54th) Jim Colbert Intercollegaite^ September 27­28 | Manhattan, Kan. Team 305­289­300—898 (+34) (2nd of 7) *Jack Watson 70­72­72—214 (2nd) Thomas Birdsey 77­65­73—215 (3rd) Jason Schulte 74­73­78—225 (T10th) Ben Juffer 75­74­77—226 (T12th) *David Klaudt 78­80­72—230 (T15th) *Ross Geubelle 75­77­83—235 (T30th) *Chase Chamberlin 75­80­80—235 (T30th) Curtis Yonke 79­77­81—237 (T35th) Kyle Smell 84­77­76—237 (T35th) *Tyler Norris 88­75­83—246 (T45th) Firestone Invitational October 11­12 | Akron, Ohio Team 296­288­308—892 (+28) (11th of 13) Thomas Birdsey 73­70­76—219 (21st) David Klaudt 73­71­76—220 (T23rd) *Chase Chamberlin 70­75­77—222 (T33rd) Jack Watson 71­75­80—226 (T44th) Ben Juffer 79­72­77—228 (T50th) Ross Geubelle 79­77­79—235 (T69th) David Toms Intercolegiate October 18­19 | Baton Rouge, La. Team 301­288­287—876 (+12) (3rd of 17) Jack Watson 70­70­71—211 (T6th) Thomas Birdsey 74­74­68—216 (T23rd) Chase Chamberlin 78­70­78—226 (T50th) David Klaudt 82­74­73—229 (T58th) Ben Juffer 79­79­75—223 (T68th) Pacific Invitational November 1­3 | Stockton, Calif. Team 294­281­289—864 (+12) (10th of 12) Ben Juffer 73­70­70—213 (T14th) Thomas Birdsey 75­70­70—215 (T21st) Curtis Yonke 75­69­73—217 (T30th) Jason Schulte 71­72­78—221 (T42nd) Jack Watson 76­73­76—225 (T51st) * Competed as an individual ^ Rain­Shortened 36­Hole Event # 18­Hole Event (MC) Missed Cut

RESULTS/LETTERWINNERS ­A­ Alefs, Spencer ____________________2007­09 Anderson, Paul____________________1971­73 Anschutz, Fredrick G. ____________1965,68 Athey, Joel ________________________1964­66 Atkinson, Dick ____________________1949­50

­B­ Batt, Bob __________________________1948,50 Bell, Peter A. ______________________1966­69 Benninga, Brant __________________1995­99 Benson, Jay __________________________ 1978 Berkholtz, Dennis L. ____________ 1965­66 Beymer, Bob __________________________1978 Bishop, Don ______________________1947­49 Boggess, Bill __________________________ 1952 Boone, George ________________________1931 Bouchey, Bill ______________________1961­63 Breit, Don ____________________________1964 Brennen, Terrance L. ____________ 1972­75 Buck, Frank __________________________1959 Buckridge, Chad __________________1994­97 Bunker, Craig L. ______________________1968 Bunker, Scott ______________________1977­79 Byrne, K.C. ____________________________1986

­C­ Carlson, Jon __________________1978­79, 81 Carlson, Calvin ______________________ 1962 Case, Roland ______________________1946­47 Chamberlin, Chase________________2009­10 Clark, Zac______________________1995, 97­99 Colbert, Chris ________________________ 1984 Colbert, Jim __________________1961, 63­64 Cook, Josh ________________________1999­00 Crow, Kevin ______________________1982­85 Crow Reagan ________________________ 1983 Crow, Roger ______________________1935, 38 Cummins, Tyler __________________2005­06 Curtis, Bill ____________________________1960

­D­ Dahl, Mike ____________________________1978 Darland, Bob ____________________ 1974­75 Day, Jackson ______________________1983­86 Demory, Dan __________1997­98, 2000­01 Dietz, Jimmy __________________________2003 Donnellan, Bobby ________________1990­91 Downey, Joe ______________________1957­58 Douglas, Greg ____________________2002­04 Dusenbury, Doug ____________________ 1964

­E­ Elgert, A.J. ________________________2001­04 Elliott, Dale________________________1952­53 Everett, Arthur________________________1931

­F­ Fiscella, James ____________________1983­86 Fowler, Curt __________________________1986 Fowler, Todd A.____________________1987­90 French, Allen ______________________1983­86 Funk, Bob ________________________1947, 50 Funk, Jay __________________________1946­47 Furney, George ____________________1980­81

­G­ Gelwix, Randy ____________________1969­71 Geubelle, Ross ____________________2008­10 Gomez, Chris __________________________1988 Gorman, Richard__________________1940­41 Graham, Bill ______________________1991­92 Graham, James J. __________________1965­67 Graham, John R. __________________1964­67 Gray, Doug ________________________1969­70 Gray Jerry D. __________________________ 1968 Green, Mont ______________________1979­80 Gregson, Mitchell ________________2007­10

­H­ Hacker, Roy____________________________1937 Halterman, Troy __________________1994­96 Hanrahan, Pat ________________________ 1986 Hays, Barney ______________________1935­37 Herbel, Mike __________________________1961



Hermann, Doug ______________________1980 Hendricks, Arnold J ______________1957­59 Hensley, John L. __________________1971­73 Hicks, Russell ____________________1951­53 Higgins, Jeremy ______________________1997 Hipp, Dean ____________________________1939 Hite, Richard ______________________1979­80 Holmberg, Eugene ________________1927,30 Holsinger, Joe ________________________1927 Hooper, Frank ________________________1951 Hooper, George ______________________1959 Hostetler, Alvin __________________1931­32 Hostetler, Charles ________________1958­60 Hovis, Scott________________________1993­96 Hunt, Graham ____________________1951­53

­I­ Ida, Joe ____________________________2007­10

­J­ James, Jonathan ______________2002­03,05­06 Jennings, Tim ____________________1988­89 Johnson, Brad ____________________1980­82 Johnson, Gary L. ______________1966, 68­69 Johnson, Scott ________________________ 1981 Judd, Chad ________________________1991­93 Juffer, Ben ________________________2009­10

­K­ Kaup, Steve________________________1975, 77 Keith, Walter ________________________ 1939 Keller, Troy ________________________1987­89 Kellogg, Bob ______________________1937­38 Kenzie, David ____________________1931­32 Kern, Ben __________________________2003­06 Kershner, Gary ____________________1961­62 Kesinger, Don ________________________1960 King, Andy ____________________1995, 97­98 Kinney, Joe ________________________2006­10 Knight, Christopher ______________1972­73 Knight, Joey ______________________1975, 77 Kramer, Jay ____________________________2006 Kruse, Jeff ____________________________1979

­L­ Laing, Richard ____________________1991­93 Leeper, Bob________________________1968­70 Lewis, Gordon G.__________________1972­73 Lewman, Larry____________________1962­63 Lindblom, David M. ______________1972­73 Linn, Brian ____________________1975, 78­79 Long, Dick ____________________________1960 Losch, Jason ______________________1993­96 Lott, Dale__________________________1927, 30 Lowery, Tim ______________________1968­70 Lovell, C.L. Jr __________________________1948 Lucas, Jim ____________________________1954

­M­ Mahoney, Bill__________________________1950 Martin, Dick __________________________1959 Matson, Randy ________________________1960 McNeely, Scott ____________________1999­02 Meier, Doug ______________________1969­72 Milberger, Bryan __________________1999­02 Millard, Hall __________________________1941 Miller, Toller __________________________1995 Monahan, Willard ________________1941, 46 Moody, Tim________________________2003­04 Moss, Bob ________________________1948­49 Mueller, Larry ________________________1977 Munday, Bill __________________________1940 Murdoch, Matt ____________________1997­98 Myers, Mike ______________________1948­50 Myers, Chad ______________________1995­96

­N­ Nelson, David ________________________1961 Nelson, Larry ________________________1955 Neuschafer, Daran ________________1986­89 Nordstrom, Kenneth ________________1939 Novosel, John ________________________1988

­O­ Olney, Brent E. ____________________1972­73

­P­ Paustian, James __________________1940­41 Peck, Dick ____________________________1951 Peel, Robert J. ________________________1973 Persons, Josh ______________________2003­04 Pfuetze, Dick ______________________1955­57 Philbrick, Robert L. ______________1971­72 Phillips, Bob __________________________1935 Pinney, Max __________________________1994 Poore, Kent ________________________1954­55

­R­ Racette, Brian ____________________1997­99 Ranz, Edward ________________________1963 Remick, Ben __________________________1927 Richards, Bill __________________________1946 Robertson, Sean __________________1991­93 Robins, Robert ________________________1951 Rodemich, Todd ______________________2000 Runberg, David A. ____________________1973

­S­ Schmedemann, Ron ______________1965­67 Schrock, Ty____________________________1984 Schoenbeck, Tom ____________________1970 Schulte, Jason ____________________2007­10 Schumacher, Nick ________________2003­05 Schweizer, Bryan, ________________2001­03 Sears, Mark________________________1998­00 Sedlock, David ____________________1987­90 Sedorcek, Jeff______________________1987­90 Sedorcek, Robert ________________1982­85 Seevers, Matt__________________________1991 Shaw, Jerry ________________________1962­64 Shellenberger, Charles __________1965­67 Shields, John ______________________1987­90 Siebert, Will ______________________1991­94 Skiver, Bob ________________________1953­54 Small, Mark________________________1982­83 Smell, Kyle ________________________2008­09 Smith Dave ________________________1956,58 Smith, Gerald______________________1956­58 Soldan, Daryn ____________________2000­02 Sorenson, Rich ____________________1977­80 Sprecker, Mark ________________________2002 Stephens, Brad ____________________1989­90 Streb, Robert ______________________2006­09 Stretcher, John ____________________1952­54

­T­ Thames, Albert D. ________________1972­73 Thompson, Chris__________________1990­91 Tinker, Brady__________________________1984

­V­ Van Cleave, Matt __________________2003­05 Vaughn, Doug ________________1975, 77­78 Vautravers, Randy ____________________1977 Vuillemin, Brett __________________1989­92

­W­ Waldman, Brett __________________1992­94 Walker, Hays, lll __________________1954­56 Walter, B.J. ________________________1995­98 Ward, Arlin ________________________1940­41 Watkins, Aaron __________________2001­04 Weatherford, Jim ____________________1955

Weddle, Chris ______________________1993 Weeks, Charles ____________________1938 Wells, Homer ______________________1936 Wesche, D.C.____________________1936­38 Wheeler, Vince ____________________1978 Williams, Matt ________________2000­02 Williams, Thaine ______________1935, 38 Wilson, Ryan ______________________2000 Windsheffel, John__________________1974 Wood, Daniel __________________2008­09

­Y­ Yonke, Curtis __________________2009­10 Yonke, Kyle ____________________2005­08 York, Benjamin C.__________________1969 York, Benny ____________________1939­40 Young, Ronald__________________1956­57



Mike Ahearn, 1927­47 Mike Ahearn was the first men’s golf coach in K­State history, beginning his 20­year tenure in 1927. He was instrumental in the early de­ velopment of K­State athletics as Ahearn Fieldhouse bears his name.

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

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

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

Bill Guthridge, 1965­67 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, 1968­75 & 1978 Ron Fogler coached K­State 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 & 1980­86 Even though Ray Wautheir’s teams were unable to place better than sixth in the Big Eight Championships, he holds the record for seven all­time wins by a coach in K­State men’s golf history.

Paul Anderson, 1979 A three­year letterwinner for K­State 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, 1986­88

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

Championships Team (29)* Fall 2009 Spring 2009 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

Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Shocker Clasic Mizzou Tiger Intercollegiate Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Pacific Invitational Ron Moore Invitational Purina Classic K­State vs. OU Dual Wildcat Invitational Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Wildcat Intercollegiate^ Southwest Classic D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate Iowa State Cyclone Classic SMSU Invitational K­State Invitational Creighton Invitational K­State/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

Championships Individual (29)* Curtis Yonke 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

2010 Missouri Tiger Intercollegiate 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

*Since 1969

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 tourna­ ment victories during his tenure.

Russ Bunker, 1989­91 Russ Bunker coached the Wildcats from 1989­91. During his two year tenure he recorded two top­2 finishes.

Mark Elliot, 1991­97 Mark Elliot had a productive tenure as golf coach at K­State. His 1993 team ad­ vanced to the NCAA Central Regional, which was the first team to compete to the post­season in school history.

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

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Lowest Individual 18­Hole Scores (Since 1969)

Career Stroke Average





Event (Round)


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

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

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

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

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)

Mitchell Gregson 2006­10 Robert Streb 2005­09 Ben Kern 2003­06 Joe Ida 2006­10 Matt Van Cleave 2002­05 Aaron Watkins 2001­04 A.J. Elgert 2001­04 Joe Kinney 2005­10 Richard Laing 1991­93 Josh Persons 2002­04 Kyle Yonke 2004­08

Lowest Individual 54­Hole Score (Since 1969) Score




69­65­65—199 67­64­70—201 70­67­65—202 68­69­66—203 69­65­69—203 69­68­66—203 69­69­66—204 68­68­68—204 69­70­66—205 68­68­69—205 68­68­71—207 68­69­70—207 72­66­70—208 74­67­67—208 71­70­68—209 68­68­73—209 69­69­71—209 68­68­73—209 71­69­70—210 73­70­68—210 69­73­68—210 70­69­71—210 68­70­72—210 69­70­71—210 68­70­72—210* 75­66­69—210 72­71­67—210 71­65­74—210 69­70­71—210

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

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

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 72­Hole Score (From 1969) Score


69­75­67­69—280 Robert Streb 68­69­75­76—288 A.J. Elgert 74­70­75­72—291 Curtis Yonke 74­68­73­76—291 Mitchell Gregson * Tournament was played on a par­69




4/27­29/09 6/1­4/04 4/23­25/10 4/23­25/10

Big 12 Championship NCAA Championship Big 12 Championship Big 12 Championship





147 152 104 139 106 136 134 98 72 60 114

73.06 73.75 73.77 73.78 73.96 74.30 74.76 75.29 75.41 75.51 75.55

Annual Stroke Average Player


Robert Streb 2008­09 Mitchell Gregson 2009­10 Mitchell Gregson 2008­09 Joe Ida 2009­10 Matt Van Cleave 2004­05 Ben Kern 2005­06 Mitchell Gregson 2007­08 Joe Kinney 2009­10 Aaron Watkins 2002­03 Joe Ida 2007­08



37 33 37 31 39 35 40 33 38 40

71.59 71.73 71.78 72.19 72.33 72.74 72.90 73.06 73.34 73.35

Tournaments Played (Career) Player


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

2005­09 2006­10 2001­04 2006­10 2001­04 1999­02 2005­10 2004­08 2003­06 2002­05 1994­97 1999­02 1991­93

Tournaments 52 50 49 48 48 41 40 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

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

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

Total Rounds (Career) Player


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

2005­09 2006­10 2006­10 2001­04 2001­04 2006­09 2006­08 1999­02 2004­08 2002­05 2003­06 2005­10 1999­02

Rounds 152 147 139 136 134 131 125 117 114 106 104 98 90

BOLD indicates mark set in 2009­10. Note: Due to insufficient information in the K­State archives, all individual records date back to 1990.



Lowest Team Rounds (From 1969) Tournaments (Season) Tournaments


14 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 11

2002­03 2008­09 2007­08 2006­07 2005­06 2004­05 2009­10 2003­04 2001­02 1991­92 Five Times

Rounds (Season) Rounds


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

2007­08 2004­05 2005­06 2002­03 2008­09 2006­07 2003­04 2009­10 2001­02 2000­01 1998­99 1992­93 ThreeTimes

Annual Stroke Average Avg.


1. 289.38 2. 290.45 3. 294.63 4. 294.73 5. 294.84 6. 295.74 7. 296.45 8. 297.10 9. 299.89 10. 300.03

10,707 9,585 11,785 10,021 11,204 11,534 9,783 11,290 8,697 11,101


37 33 40 34 38 39 33 38 29 37


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

Top­Five Finishes Number

10 8 8 6 6 6 5 5 4


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

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

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 10/25/05 4­13/09 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

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 54­Hole Scores (From 1969) Score


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



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

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




hJpq^qb 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

Runner­up Nebraska (689) Kansas (624) Oklahoma (620) Nebraska (652) Oklahoma (645) Oklahoma (649) Iowa State/Nebraska Iowa State

K­State 5th 5th 6th 6th 6th 6th 5th 6th

Medalist Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

Top K­State 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

K­State 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 K­State 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.

K­State 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 K­State 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.

K­State 7th 12th 10th 10th 8th 7th T6th 4th 10th T10th 9th 8th 4th 5th

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) Chris Ward, Texas Tech (279)

Top K­State 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) Joe Ida (T7th)

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. Trinity, Texas

BIG SEVEN CONFERENCE Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957

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

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

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)

Runner­up 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)

BIG 12 CONFERENCE Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008* 2009* 2010*


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) Oklahoma State (1,133)

Runner­up 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) Texas A&M (1,146)


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



ACADEMIC HONORS GCAA/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars 1994-95 1995-96 2000-01 2001-02 2003-04 2004-05 2006-07

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

All-District VII 1994-95

Troy Halterman

All-Conference Big Eight 1990-91 1990-91 1991-92 1991-92 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95

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 Jason Schulte Mitchell Gregson Joe Ida Joe Kinney

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 First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

Big 12 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02 2001-02 2002-03 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2005-06 2006-07 2006-07 2006-07 2006-07 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10

K-State 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

Robert Streb became the first Wildcat to be named a Ping All­American since 2004.



Golfweek Preseason All-America



All-Big Eight 1991-92 Richard Laing 1992-93 Richard Laing

Richard Laing Honorable Mention

PING Division I All-America 2004 2009

A.J. Elgert Honorable Mention Robert Streb Honorable Mention

PING All­Central Region Team 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010

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

All-Big 12 2002-03 Aaron Watkins 2003-04 Aaron Watkins 2004-05 Matt Van Cleave

Conference Player of the year Big Eight 1992-93 Richard Laing

All-Conference Tournament Team 1999-00 2001-02 2003-04 2003-04 2004-05

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

Manhattan Catbackers Team Awards Year 2000­01 2001­02 2002­03 2003­04 2004­05 2005­06 2006­07 2007­08 2008­09 2009­10

Low Fall Stroke Average

Low Spring Stroke Average

Most Improved Player

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 Mitchell Gregson, Sr. 70.59

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. Joe Ida, Sr.

72.33 73.75 74.95 72.86 72.05 72.70

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





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COLLEGES OF KANSAS STATE Agriculture Architecture, Planning and Design Arts and Sciences Business Administration Education Engineering Human Ecology Technology and Aviation Veterinary Medicine



KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY It's a great time to be a K­Stater! In 2009, K­State welcomes 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 K­State pres­ idency because he is impressed with all of the outstanding programs and successes of our faculty, staff and stu­ dents and with the passion K­Staters have for their university. K­Staters connect with our new president via his blog, Twitter and Facebook. Check out his Web site at www.K­ 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, K­State's mission has been rooted in the prin­ ciples set forth in the Morrill Act ­ to provide teaching, research and serv­ ice to the citizens of Kansas, the na­ tion and the world. The university's 644­acre wooded main campus with historical lime­ stone buildings is located in Manhat­ tan. K­State 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 of­ fers bachelor's and associate degrees in aviation and engineering technolo­ gies. Air service in and out of Manhat­ tan Regional Airport connects the city with major airports all over the Mid­ west 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 K­State is the only research univer­ sity in the United States to have three national CASE/Carnegie professors of the year. All three are active teachers: Michael Wesch, 2008 national win­ ner; Chris Sorensen, 2007 national winner; and Dean Zollman, 1996 na­ tional winner. Look for "kstate" on YouTube to see lectures by them and other great faculty. More than 250 majors and pro­ grams are offered in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Busi­ ness Administration, Agriculture, Ed­ ucation, Architecture, Planning and Design, Human Ecology, Technology and Aviation and Veterinary Medi­ cine. The Graduate School offers 67


master's degrees, 39 doctoral degrees, five educa­ tional doctorate programs and 33 graduate certifi­ cates 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 assis­ tance. Even with 23,000 students, K­State is committed to individualized education whenever possible. For example, freshman English classes have no more than 22 students, introductory chemistry labs aver­ age 15 students, introductory art classes average 19 students and speech classes are limited to 23 stu­ dents. Seventy percent of classes have 30 students or less and the average class size for all undergrad­ uate classes is 23 students. Ninety percent of classes have less than 49 students. STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Academic achievement of the institution is draw­ ing national acclaim as well. K­State 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 twenty­five years, Kansas State University has ranked No. 1 in the nation among public uni­ versities in Rhodes, Truman, Marshall, Goldwater and Udall Scholars. We’ve earned our reputation as the “Student Scholar Capital of America.” K­State students have an outstanding record of acceptance into professional schools. Over the past four years, 70­percent of our qualified pre­med ap­ plicants were accepted into medical schools; 100­ percent of our pre­optometry and 82­percent of our pre­dentistry students were accepted into their re­ spective professional schools. Over the past five years, 98­percent of students who participated in our pre­law program were accepted into law schools.

ACADEMIC RECOGNITION K­State is one of just 63 public universities ­­ that's the top 4­percent ­­ identified by the Carnegie Foundation as having "very high research activity." K­State is a leader on the cutting edge of research discoveries. The university has received almost $250 million in research grants. K­State undergrad­ uates have rich opportunities to work side­by­side with some of the nation's best authorities in their fields. Many students begin undergraduate research their freshman year. QUALITY AND AFFORDABILITY K­State 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 "cutting­edge schools" in You Are Here: A Guide to Over 380 Colleges and Unlimited Paths to Your Future. K­State 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 uni­ versity. Graduates face a promising future when they walk away from K­State with a bachelor's degree in hand. According to a report by the university's Ca­ reer and Employment Services, more than 90 per­ cent 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 web­ site, consider.K­ You can schedule a cam­ pus visit, learn more about K­State's 250 majors and programs, or just scroll through the thousands of different reasons why it's great to be a Wildcat.


Academic Recognition • The K­State Department of Physics is the only de­ partment in the nation to have two national pro­ fessors of the year recognized by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Edu­ cation (CASE). • In 2010, the undergraduate and graduate architec­ ture programs were ranked sixth and 16th nation­ ally, respectively, while the undergraduate and graduate interior architecture/design programs were ranked third and seventh. The undergradu­ ate and graduate landscape architecture programs were ranked third and fourth in the nation. • The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business ranked K­State’s College of Business among the top 10% of business schools in the U.S. that are accredited in both the business and ac­ counting programs. (2009) • The College of Engineering is ranked 10th in the nation by US News & World Report among land­ grant universities without medical schools. • The K­State College of Agriculture is a top ten un­ dergraduate program when considering increasing enrollment, competition team success, faculty recognition, and graduate and veterinary school ac­ ceptance. • The College of Human Ecology is ranked as one of the top 10 Colleges of Human Ecology in the United States by the USDA Food and Agricultural Educa­ tion Information System. • The College of Technology and Aviation is one of the top five aviation colleges in the U.S. with op­ portunities to fly in fixed wing aircrafts, gliders, a helicopter, and a jet.





College of Agriculture

College of Education

Interim Dean: Gary Pierzynski ­ 785.532.7137; Email: gmp@k­ • Ten of the college's faculty have been recognized through the U.S.D.A. Food and Agricultural Sciences Excellence in College and University Teaching Awards Program. Seven were regional winners and three were named top teacher in the nation. • College of Ag students have received 4 Rhodes, 2 Marshall, 2 Fulbright, 4 Truman, 2 Udall, and 11 Rotary scholarships plus numerous other na­ Gary Pierzynski tional awards. • Over half of K­State’s student body presidents have been from the College of Agriculture. • 40 clubs and organizations offer at least one opportunity to get involved in each major. • Offers the only bachelor's programs in Bakery Science, Feed Science, and Milling Science and Management in the world. • Majors: General Agriculture; Agribusiness; Agricultural Economics; Agricultural Education; Agricultural Communications and Journalism; Agricultural Technology Management; Agron­ omy; Animal Sciences and Industry; Bakery Science and Management; Feed Science and Management; Food Science and Industry; Horticulture; Milling Science and Management; Park Management and Conservation; Veterinary Medicine/Pre­veterinary medicine; Wildlife and Outdoor Enterprise Management.

Dean: Mike Holen ­ 785.532.5525; Email: mholen@k­ • K­State graduates more teachers each year than any other university in Kansas. • The college houses one of the largest undergraduate majors (elemen­ tary education) and the largest graduate program (English as a Second Language) in the university. • The Association of Teacher Education recognized the elementary Mike Holen education program as the 2010 Distinguished Program in Teacher Education. • Students from throughout the countryenroll in the award­winning graduate certificate pro­ gram in academic advising and the online master’s degree in academic advising. • The faculty write books, give invited presentations and direct significant education reform projects with about $7 million annually in grants, most funded by the U.S. Department of Ed­ ucation. • Majors: Adult and continuing education, Educational administration and leadership, Ele­ mentary education, Secondary education, Special education, and Counseling and student de­ velopment.

College of Engineering College of Architecture, Planning and Design Dean: Tim de Noble ­ 785.532.5950; Email: tdenoble@k­ • Accredited five­year master’s degrees in architecture, interior architecture and product design, landscape architecture, and regional and community planning. This combination of disciplines makes the college one of the most comprehensive in the nation. • The architecture program has been highly ranked in nine of 11 years a na­ tion­wide employer survey has been conducted. In 2010, the undergradu­ ate and graduate architecture programs were ranked sixth and 16th. Tim de Noble • The interior architecture/design programs have been in the top 8 dur­ ing all 11 years in which the employer study has been conducted. In 2010, the undergradu­ ate and graduate interior architecture/design programs were ranked third and seventh, respectively. • The landscape architecture programs have been ranked in the top 8 during all six years of the study. The undergraduate and graduate landscape architecture programs were ranked third and fourth, respectively, in 2010. It was also listed in 2010 as one of 15 schools "With Highest Distinction." • Majors: Master's degrees in Architecture; Interior architecture and product design; Land­ scape architecture; Regional and community planning. PhD in Environmental design and planning.

Dean: John R. English ­ 785.532.5590; Email: jenglish@k­ • Home to the Institute for Environmental Research, K­State engineering claims the first facility of this kind on a college campus. • The National Gas Machinery Laboratory, the natural gas industry’s leading independent turbocharger research and development test facil­ ity, is a 13,000­square­foot educational and testing area • The Civil Infrastructures Systems Laboratory at K­State houses one of John English six accelerated testing facilities in the nation, capable of testing large­scale pavement, structural, and bridge elements. • The college’s Advanced Manufacturing Institute has been named a Fabricators and Manufac­ tures Association Education Center—one of the nine in the world. • The college’s nuclear reactor is the fifth highest­powered university reactor in the nation. The mechanical and nuclear engineering department now operates the only university re­ search nuclear reactor in an 11­state contiguous region of the Plains states. • K­State engineering has the second largest architectural engineering program in the nation and has been selected by Consulting & Specifying Engineer as the preferred source for entry­consulting engineers. • Academic programs: architectural engineering and construction science, biological and agri­ cultural engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computing and information sciences, electrical and computer engineering, industrial and manufacturing systems engi­ neering, mechanical and nuclear engineering

College of Arts and Sciences Interim Dean: Brian Spooner ­ 785.532.6900; Email: spoon1@k­ • Contains more than 20 departments and offers a number of special pro­ grams 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. • Home to many of K­State’s top students, the college has produced eight of 12 Rhodes Scholars and 23 of the 28 Truman Scholars. Brian Spooner • Encompassing studies in the natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, humanities and fine arts, the college offers over 115 degree programs and pre­professional options. • Majors: American Ethnic Studies, Anthropology, Art, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry ­ Chemical Science, Clinical Laboratory Science, Economics, English ­ Creative Writing, Litera­ ture, and Literature with Teaching Certificate, Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology ­ BioDiversity & Conservation, Fisheries Ecology & Management, and Wildlife Ecology & Man­ agement, Geography, Geology, History, Humanities, Kinesiology, Life Sciences, Journalism and Mass Communications, Mathematics, Microbiology, Modern Languages ­ French, Ger­ man, Russian, and Spanish, Music Education, Music, Applied Music, Philosophy, Physical Science, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Social Science, Social Work, Sociology ­ Crimi­ nology, Speech Communications, Statistics, Theatre ­ Dance, and Women Studies. Pre­Pro­ fessional Programs: Pre­Law, Pre­Chiropractic Medicine, Pre­Health Information Management, Pre­Occupational Therapy, Pre­Pharmacy, Pre­Physical Therapy, Pre­Medicine, Pre­Dentistry ­ Pre­Dental Hygiene, Pre­Optometry, Pre­Nursing, Pre­Physician Assistant.

College of Business Administration Dean: Yar Ebadi ­ 785.532.7227; Email: yebadi@k­ • The College of Business Administration is among the 10% of business schools in the United States that are accredited in both the business and ac­ counting programs by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). • AACSB International, the premier accrediting association for business schools, recognizes the K­State Ethics Education program on its Ethics Yar Ebadi Education Resource Webpage identifying “Effective Practices” in Ethics. • Ninety percent or more of the college’s graduates are gainfully em­ ployed 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 understand­ ing of the Entrepreneurial culture and process – from idea generation to the implementa­ tion of the new business venture. • The Center for Leadership helps Kansas businesses and non­profit organizations with man­ agement questions; shares knowledge about managing and leading organizations through training, workshops, coaching and sponsors research on topics in business leadership. • Majors: Accounting, Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Management, Marketing, Management Information Systems (MIS).



College of Human Ecology Dean: Virginia Moxley ­ 785.532.5500; Email: moxley@k­ • The college ranks second nationally among peer institutions reporting to the Food and Agricultural Education Information System. • The largest nutrition and exercise sciences undergraduate program in the nation. • A communication sciences and disorders program that is ranked 11th of 166 masters­only program by U.S. News and World Report in Virginia Moxley 2006. • Majors: Apparel and textiles (apparel marketing; apparel design and production); Athletic training; Communication sciences and disorders; Dietetics; Early childhood education; Fam­ ily and consumer sciences education; Family studies and human services; Hotel and restau­ rant management; Human ecology; Interior design; Nutrition and Kinesiology; Nutritional sciences; Personal Financial Planning; Public health nutrition; Secondary majors in geron­ tology (interdisciplinary) and gerontology/long­term care administration (interdiscipli­ nary); Certificate program in conflict resolution; Academic minor in conflict analysis and trauma studies.

College of Technology and Aviation Dean: Dennis Kuhlman ­ 785.826.2601; • 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 FAA­certified bachelor’s degree in aviation maintenance and professional pilot. • Served as mission control for two of Steve Fossett’s round­the­world, recording­setting flight. Dennis Kuhlman • Majors: Applied business; Applied Technologies; Aviation main­ tenance; Construction engineering technology; Computer sys­ tems 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: vetdean@k­ • One of the nation's leading veterinary colleges with a continual com­ mitment to stellar teaching since 1905. • Opportunities are provided to work with house pets, livestock and ex­ otic animals. • Some research specialties include equine exercise physiology, genetic disease in animals, respiratory physiology, stress and immunity Ralph Richardson defense mechanisms and animal sports medicine. • Annually, 14,000 animals are treated at the Veterinary Medicine Complex, which is staffed to treat animals from the house cat to exotic tigers. • Professional students earn their Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees while completing the curriculum.


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

Sam Brownback B.S. Economics ‘79 Kansas Govenor Elect

Dr. Jim Isch B.A., Accounting ‘72 Interim President, NCAA

Pat Roberts B.S. Journalism ‘58 U.S. Senator

Warren Staley B.S. Electrical Engineering ‘65 Chairman Emeritus of Cargill


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 All­Star and current Dallas Mavericks director of basketball development Joseph Boakai, Vice President of Liberia Craig Bolerjack, Play­by­Play 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 Kansas Govenor Elect, Republican candidate for the 2008 U.S. Presidency Susan Buchanan, Co­founder of Aurum Software Bill Buzenberg, Executive Director of the Center for Public Integrity John Carlin, Former Governor of Kansas and Archivist of the United States Jim Colbert, Retired Professional golfer, leading money winner on the 1995 and 1996 Senior Tour Del Close, Premier influence on modern improvisational theater Hashim Dabbas, Energy Minister of Jordan Herbert Dimond, inventor of the snooze alarm clock DeLoss Dodds, Athletics Director at the University of Texas Environmental activist Paul Edgerley, Managing Director of Boston’s Bain Capital Erin Brockovich 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 Margaret Grosh, Senior economist at The World Bank Kenny Harrison, Olympic gold medalist triple jumper Kirby Hocutt, Athletics Director at University of Miami (Fla.) John Hofmeister, President and CEO, Shell Oil Velina Houston, Award­winning playwright and screenwriter for PBS and 20th Century Fox Carl Ice, Executive Vice President and COO, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Jim Isch, Interim President of the NCAA Tim Jankovich, Men’s Basketball Coach, Illinois State University Ed King, Retired chairman of the board, King Radio Corp. Scott Kraft, National Editor, Los Angeles Times Lon Kruger, Head Basketball Coach, UNLV Jim Latham, Former commander U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds Lynn Markel, Vice­president and CFO for Koch Industries, Inc. Virgil Miller, Film special effects pioneer; Academy Award nominee 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 Nicole Ohlde, Professional Basketball Player for the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury 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. George Peterson, President of the Georgia Institute of Technology Bill Porter, Founder and chairman emeritus of E­Trade Donald G. Prigmore, President of GTE­Sprint 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 Neera Singh, Pioneer in the development of celluar technology John Slaughter, Former president of Occidental College and former head of the National Science Foundation Emmy Award winner for best supporting actor on Austra Skujyte, 2004 Olympic silver medalist in the heptathlon the ABC sitcom, Pete Souza, White House photographer “Modern Family” Warren Staley, Chairman Emertius of Cargill Inc., Eric Stonestreet the largest privately­owned corporation in the U.S. Eric Stonestreet, Emmy Award Winner for Best Supporting Actor on ABC Retired Professional golfer sitcom “Modern Family” Jim Colbert, leading Bob Stull, Athletics Director at University of Texas­El Paso moneywinner on the 1995 Jay Ungar, Grammy Award­winning composer and performer and 1996 Senior Tour. 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

Two­time NCAA track champion and silver medal­ ist at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games (third from left) Austra Skyjyte





aêK=háêâ=pÅÜìäò=_êáåÖë=eáë=sáëáçå=íç=hJpq^qb 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 regu­ lar basis as well. This fall, he plans to bring the campus community together to develop a vision of what K­State will look like in 2025. Schulz is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Before coming to K­State, 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 as­ sistant professor of chemical engineering. He was promoted to associate professor in 1998 and was also named chair of the department. 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. en­ dowed chair. In 2005, he was selected as dean of the James Worth Bagley College of En­ ginee­ring 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. Schulz was born in Portsmouth, Va., in 1963 and grew up in Norfolk,Va., where he at­ tended 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 En­ gineering Accreditation Commission. Schulz is an active member of the American Insti­ tute 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 Soci­ ety for Engineering Education in 2008. Schulz is married to Dr. Noel Nunnally Schulz, Paslay professor of electrical and com­ puter engineering at K­State. 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.



Pat Bosco

Amy Button Renz

Fred Cholick

Jackie Hartman

John Currie

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President and CEO of the Alumni Association

President/CEO of KSU Foundation

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Director of Athletics

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gçÜå=`ìêêáÉ=Ü~ë=hJpq^qb=mçáåíÉÇ=áå=íÜÉ=oáÖÜí=aáêÉÅíáçå There is no question John Currie hit the ground running in his first year as Kansas State’s Director of Athletics. Even as he was being introduced as K­State’s 15th Athletics Di­ rector on May 18, 2009, Currie was already implementing a new communications plan to restore the trust of all Wildcat fans and consistently emphasizing the importance of trans­ parency and accountability as the foundation for K­State achieving its vision of a model in­ tercollegiate athletics program. Over his first 12 months that plan included over 200 speaking appearances throughout the state and with K­State groups across the nation. Regular online letters and chats, K­ State’s first­ever Fan Forum conference call, which saw more than 3,000 fans participate, and more than 100 media interviews and talk show appearances further helped Currie connect with the Wildcat faithful. Currie arrived in Manhattan on June 8, 2009, to officially begin his duties. Just a month later Currie and his staff launched the “K­State Pledge,” a series of financial accountability measures and core values serving as the base of K­State’s vision of having a model inter­ collegiate athletics program. Among those values are five goals: a world­class student­ath­ lete experience; value to the University, city and state; integrity and transparency in matters of ethics, finance and NCAA compliance; championship­level athletic perform­ ances; 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 home­opening crowd in Bill Snyder Family Stadium history on September 5, 2009 (50,750). The Wildcats also set new season total and average attendance records in baseball in 2010, sold a record number of season tick­ ets for volleyball and had the largest average attendance increase in the nation this past season in men’s basketball. Providing K­State student­athletes a world­class experience is also a priority as Cur­ rie’s staff initiated new events such as the Powercat Choice Awards to showcase K­State’s student­athletes and a special graduation reception and ring ceremony to honor their ded­ ication and hard work on the field and in the classroom. Kansas State’s student­athletes currently lead the Big 12 in graduation rate, including the highest football and men’s bas­ ketball rates in the conference. To help encourage support for the student­athlete experience and championship pur­ suits, K­State’s fundraising efforts were completely overhauled with a new emphasis on personal interaction and communication for Ahearn Fund donors of all levels. K­State sup­ porters responded by increasing annual fund gifts in Currie’s first year by over 35% ver­ sus the previous year to an all­time high of approximately $13.5 million. Revenue growth, along with new measures promoting efficiency and cost containment, also enabled Currie and his staff to restore fiscal integrity to the department and achieve a balanced budget.

Currie worked to establish relationships and communication across campus through steps such as personally visiting with K­State deans in their respective offices. He serves as a member of President Kirk Schulz’s cabinet and has made presentations and held question and answer sessions with many campus groups. Student leaders have already recognized Currie’s commitment to campus by inducting him into the Order of Omega honor society. Understanding the importance of coaching continuity in building successful programs, after arriving in Manhattan Currie immediately signed 2009 Big 12 Baseball Coach of the Year Brad Hill to a contract extension, completed a five­year contract for legendary re­ turning football coach Bill Snyder and inked head women’s basketball coach Deb Patterson to a contract extension. Then on March 6, 2010, Currie honored the dramatic academic and athletic progress of the men’s basketball program by announcing a new five­year con­ tract for 2010 Big 12 Men’s Basketball Coach of the Year Frank Martin. Currently a member of the NCAA Division I Administrative Cabinet, Currie also serves the Big 12 as a member of the Game Management/Officiating Sub­committee. President Schulz and Currie’s involvement to help secure the future of the Big 12 Conference and Kansas State’s position as a long­term league member was pivotal not only for Wildcat stu­ dent­athletes and their college experience but also for the history of the University. Currie began his duties at K­State after 10 years at the University of Tennessee, most re­ cently serving as Executive Associate Athletics Director under Athletic Director Mike Hamilton. Currie was responsible for the direct management of units that annually pro­ duced $84 million in revenue and gifts, including the department’s fundraising, marketing, ticketing, media relations, public relations, internet and broadcasting offices. Currie also provided oversight for the men’s basketball program and helped direct numerous searches. Currie joined the Tennessee staff in 1997 as Executive Director of the Volunteer Athletic Scholarship Fund. Following a two­year stint as Assistant AD at Wake Forest, Currie re­ turned to Knoxville in 2000 as Assistant Athletics Director for Development and served as director for the "STEP UP" campaign. As UT’s first­ever 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 AD for Development. He served as President of the SEC development officers group for 2004­05, 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 career at Wake Forest in 1993 as a Deacon Club intern before being named Assistant Director in 1994, a position he held until 1997. 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 Mary­Dell.









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Assistant AD for Business

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Jamie Hamor enters her third 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 ac­ ademic degree progress. Hamor received both her bachelor and master’s degrees from K­State, earning her MS in Counseling and Stu­ dent 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 K­State.

Corey Meredith joined the Kansas State staff in the fall of 2010 and is the strength and conditioning coach for the men’s and women’s golf teams, as well as the equestrian team. He works with the athletes on strength, stamina, flexibility, speed training and coordi­ nation development. Meredith played college football at Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kan. He was a team captain and all­conference selection in 1999 as well as a academic all­conference pick in 1998­99, while he earned academic all­america hon­ ors in 1999. He graduated Cum Laude from Bethany College in 2000. Meredith was a Strength Assistant for the Kansas City Chiefs for the 2001­ 04 seasons, including a playoff ap­ pearance in 2003. Following his work with the Chiefs, Meredith worked at the University of Kansas from 2005­09 as he worked with the football and women’s tennis programs. He earned his master’s degree in excercise sci­ ence from Kansas in 2008.

Mindy Hoffman is in her fifth 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 K­State, Hoff­ man 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 sea­ son. 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 ath­ letic training. Hoffman, a native of Royal Center, Ind., is a certified athletic trainer, member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and resides in Manhattan.












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What Every Alumnus and Booster of Kansas State University Should Know About the NCAA




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student­athlete which is unavailable to the general student population.

student­athlete is a participant. Remember, the student­athlete must provide his or her own transportation. You may do this a max of once per school term per athlete.

As a supporter of K­State, 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 K­State 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 student­athletes 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 K­State’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 K­State. C) have been involved otherwise in promoting the institution’s athletic program. D) bought or received tickets to a K­State athletics event. Key Rule: NCAA BYLAW 13.01.5 In Division I, representatives of athletics interest are prohibited from making in­person, on­or­off campus recruiting contacts, written, telephonic communications or e­mail 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 in­person recruiting contact with a prospect and his or her parents/guardian on or off campus.

Limited Exception: You may have contact with a prospect regarding permissible pre­ enrollment activities such as summer employment, provided the prospect has already signed a National Letter of Intent and K­State 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 K­State 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 student­athlete who might want to attend Kansas State, the only permissible activity for a representative is to call the appropriate K­ State 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

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 student­ athletes 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 K­State’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. What can I do for current K­State athletes? DO feel free to invite a student­athlete to your home for an occasional meal, but you must first contact the coach in the sport in which the

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 student­athletes 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 season­ ending 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 student­athletes, 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 785­532­6910





táäÇÅ~í=iÉÖÉåÇ=~åÇ=md^=qçìê=sÉí=gáã=`çäÄÉêí=dáîÉë=_~Åâ After an illustrious football career as a prep in Kansas City, Jim Colbert came to K­State 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 K­State in 1964 as the runner­up 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 14­year 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 all­time in career earnings as a member of the now­called 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 K­Stater 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 top­5 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 late­season success, he earned a nomination for the Comeback Player­of­the­Year award. Colbert returned to the winner’s circle in October of 1998, firing a final round 5­under 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 12­under par 204 to hold off Jose Maria Canizares by one stroke.



At the conclusion of the 2002 season, Colbert finished among the top 31 money­winners 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 five­hole playoff to Bob Charles. His best round was a second round 8­under­par 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 top­20 finishes. His best tournament of the year came at the Constellation Energy Classic, as he tied for 12th following a 54­hole score of 8­under 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 K­State golf coach Ron Fogler, the primary fundraiser for both the K­State men’s and women’s golf teams. In addition to helping K­State, 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 300­acre, 18­hole 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 state­of­the­art 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 15­17.

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