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Table of Contents/Fast Facts Table of Contents Professional Success . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3 Lamar University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5 Campus Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-7 Sheila Umphrey Rec Sports Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-9 Student-Athlete Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Athletic Excellence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Beaumont & The Golden Triangle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-13 University President Dr. James Simmons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Athletics Director Jason Henderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Head Coach Brian White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Assistant Coach Russell Helson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 2012-13 Men’s Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Gustaf Burenstam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Marc Dobias . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Stephane Dubois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Luke Jerling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Erik Knudsen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Tore Lindtveit & Greg Wiggins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 2011-12 Men’s Final Season Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 2011-12 Men’s Tournament Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26-27 Men’s NCAA Championship History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Men’s NCAA Regional History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Men’s Conference Championships & All-Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Men’s Honors & Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 2012-13 Women’s Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Julie Aime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Katelyn McDougal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Nghi Ngo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Lauren Van Gerven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 Stina Resen & Taylor Stockton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 2011-12 Women’s Final Season Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 2011 Women’s Fall Tournament Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 2012 Women’s Spring Tournament Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 Women’s Post-Season History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 Conference Championships & Lady Cardinal Invitational . . . . . . . . . .42 Women’s Honors & Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Lamar Cardinals’ Golf History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 Lamar Lady Cardinals’ Golf History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .IBC

Lamar Fast Facts General Name of School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lamar University City . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Beaumont, Texas (114,000) Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1923 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14,675 Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cardinals School Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Red and White National Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NCAA - Division I Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Southland President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. James Simmons Athletics Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jason Henderson Athletic Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(409) 880-2248 Ticket Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(409) 880-1715 Cardinal Golf Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brian White, Lamar ‘89 Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Russell Helson, Lamar ‘08 Men-Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Men-Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Men-Newcomers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Women-Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Women-Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Women-Newcomers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Lamar Media Relations Director/Golf Contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Erik J. Cox Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(409) 880-8329 Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(409) 651-0514 E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .erik.cox@lamar.edu Office Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(409) 880-2338 Assistant Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pat Murray Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(409) 880-2323 Assistant Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Clay Trainum Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(409) 880-7845 Athletics Web Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.lamarcardinals.com Facebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .facebook.com/lamarathletics Twitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .twitter.com/LamarCards


University President - Dr. James Simmons Dr. James M. Simmons, Lamar University’s president, has led Lamar into a new era of dynamic growth. Momentum has been the watchword of Simm o n s ’ administration, a period in which enrollment recorded its largest increase in Lamar’s almost 90-year history, with more than 14,675 students in fall 2012. Even in the wake of two major storms – Hurricane Ike in 2008 and Hurricane Rita in 2005 – Simmons and his team kept classes and graduation on schedule, restoring the campus after substantial damage as well as adding state-of-the-art facilities. In spring 2008, the university launched its first comprehensive campaign, “Investing in the Future,” with the ambitious goal of $100 million. Nearing that mark in January 2012, the goal was increased to $125 million. Impact of the campaign is far reaching – to include endowments for four named academic departments, gifts to support revival of the Cardinals’ football tradition, establishment of a major student fellowship program and substantial growth in scholarship funds. Simmons also implemented a master plan to enhance the campus through landscaping and buildings, most notably the Cardinal Village residence halls, which now

Texas State University System Board of Regents Charlie Amato – Chairman San Antonio Donna N. Williams – Vice Chairman Arlington Dr. Jaime R. Garza San Antonio Kevin J. Lilly Houston Ron Mitchell Horseshoe Bay David Montagne Beaumont Trisha Pollard Bellaire Rossanna Salazar Austin Michael Truncale Beaumont Ryan Bridges – Student Regent Huntsville

accommodate more than 2,500 students. The Dining Hall, which opened in spring of 2006, and the Sheila Umphrey Recreational Sports Center, dedicated in spring of 2007, further contribute to campus life. Renovations and expansions of several major academic buildings have been completed, are under way or are in planning phases. Lamar has also seen major enhancements to its athletic facilities, with the crown jewels including Provost Umphrey Stadium and the Dauphin Athletic Complex. VincentBeck Stadium and McDonald Gym have enjoyed major upgrades, and the LU Soccer and Softball Complex opened in 2009. The university’s designation as a Doctoral Research University by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching is a powerful affirmation of Lamar’s high level of research activities. Recognizing that online programs are vital to the university’s future, Simmons has continually sought growth in that area. Today, more than 30 percent of LU’s credit hours are now generated through online courses; nearly 4,200 of the university’s students learn entirely online, and LU is a recognized leader in online education. Simmons took office as president on Sept. 1, 1999, bringing a wealth of perspective to the position. A Lamar veteran of more than four decades, he previously served as dean of the College of Fine Arts and Communication and as interim executive director of university advancement. He began his Lamar career in 1970 as an instructor and director of the marching band. He quickly rose through the ranks, serving as director of bands and as chair of the music department. Simmons is also a leader in community service, having garnered dozens of awards and accolades. He has attracted acclaim as an orchestra leader and as a performer on clarinet, saxophone and piano. Because of his leadership role, those pursuits have taken a back seat, but he often says music is his first love, and he continues to grace the stage. Simmons is known as an administrator with a strong sense of direction and a keen ability to attract and cultivate talented faculty – who, he stresses, are professionals who teach rather than professional teachers. His innovative approaches to the pursuit of academic excellence and his winning rapport with students, faculty, staff and the community are defining qualities. In April 2009, Simmons received the

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President's Staff Dr. James M. Simmons University President Dr. Stephen Doblin Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Kevin Smith Senior Associate Provost Dr. Gregg Lassen Vice President for Finance and Operations Camille Mouton Vice President for University Advancement Priscilla Parsons Vice President for Information Technology Jason Henderson Director of Athletics Dr. Jack Hopper Associate Provost for Research Dr. Oney Fitzpatrick Associate Provost for Student Retention

Chief Executive Leadership Award from District 4 of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), which includes Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Mexico. In 2011, he was named Newsmaker of the Decade by the Press Club of Southeast Texas. Another honor came his way in 2012 when Phi Beta Mu International Bandmasters Fraternity inducted him into the Texas Bandmasters Hall of Fame.

James and Susan Simmons


Director of Athletics - Jason Henderson J a s o n Henderson, who spent a year as interim athletics director, was named Lamar’s Director of Athletics on June 18, 2012. Henderson has served as Lamar's associate athletic director for compliance since July of 2007 before being elevated to interim athletics director on May 11, 2011. As the athletics director, Henderson is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Lamar’s 17 men’s and women’s athletics programs. Henderson is in his seventh year as a member of the Lamar athletic department overall, joining the staff in April 2006 as the compliance coordinator. In this role, Henderson oversees NCAA compliance and scholarships. Henderson currently serves as the Southland Conference representative to the NCAA Division I Amateurism Cabinet. The cabinet reviews issues relating to NCAA rules involving student-athlete amateurism and ways to ensure that student-athletes remain true to the NCAA philosophy of amateur athletic competitions. While serving as associate AD, Henderson played a major role in the return of Lamar football and the addition of the Lamar women’s soccer and softball programs. He was a key figure in the planning of the Dauphin Athletic Complex, the updating of what is now known as Provost Umphrey Stadium and the construction of the Lamar Soccer/Softball Complex. Henderson has also led coaching

search committees that landed Lamar a successful football coach in Ray Woodard and proven basketball coach Pat Knight. In addition, the athletic department has added several staff positions under his watch. Prior to coming to Lamar, Henderson served as the academic coordinator and CHAMPS Life Skills Coordinator at Texas A&MKingsville, where he collected and maintained data on student-athletes, assisted with updating and maintaining compliance documents and assisted with rules education for department staff and student-athletes. Henderson was also an intern at Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, Ky., and Texas A&M. During this time Henderson was involved primarily in assisting in the marketing of the NAIA and NCAA programs, respectively. Henderson earned a Bachelor of Science degree in kinesiology with a specialization in sports management from Texas A&M in May of 2003 and a Master of Business Administration from Texas A&MKingsville in December of 2005.

Athletic Administration Jason Henderson Director of Athletics Helene Thill Assistant AD - Academics Senior Woman Administrator Daucy Crizer Assistant AD - Business Erik J. Cox Assistant AD - Media Relations Larry Tidwell Executive Assistant to the AD

Henderson also spends time in the community with various charitable organizations including the YMBL and the Beaumont A&M Club. Both of these organizations help raise funds to improve the community at large.

Jason Henderson receives the 2012 Southland Conference Commissioner’s Cup Men’s All-Sport trophy from SLC commissioner Tom Burnett.

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Head Coach Brian White 14th Season at Lamar Lamar golf coach Brian White has guided the program to impressive heights, and the 2011-12 season was no different. For the 11th time in the last 12 years, the Lamar men’s golf team earned a spot to NCAA Regionals. Competing at the Greensboro Regional, the Cardinals finished fourth as a team to qualify for the 2012 NCAA Championship. White took his talented team to Riviera Country Club for Lamar’s fifth ever trip to the national tournament and guided the team to a 25th place finish among college golf ’s elite. Prior to heading to the Greensboro Regional, White led the men’s team to its 18th Southland Conference crown and eighth in the last 12 seasons en route to picking up his third Southland Conference Coach of the Year honor. White’s Cardinals earned plenty of accolades in 2012 as senior M.J. Daffue was named to the PING All-Central Region Team and the All-Southland Conference FirstTeam. Senior Xavier Feyaerts and freshman Luke Jerling were each named to the allconference second-team and senior Kevin Hesbois was a third-team selection. Jerling also earned league Freshman of the Year honors. White’s Lady Cardinals took third at the 2012 Southland Conference Tournament with junior Julie Aime earning a spot on the All-Southland Conference Second-Team. While these accomplishments are impressive, White has proven during his time at Lamar that the golf program is capable of even more. Simply put, no athletics program at Lamar University has enjoyed more success than the golf team has. White guided the Cardinals to a third place tie at the 2007 NCAA Championships,

the highest finish in school history. One season earlier, Lamar's men tied for ninth place at the national tournament with former star Dawie Van Der Walt placing fourth as an individual. Now entering his 14th year at Lamar, White has helped the men earn 32 team tournament victories, while his women's teams have picked up 25 wins. Included in the wins for the men's team are eight of the last 12 Southland Conference titles (2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012). White has also guided the Lady Cardinals to conference titles in 2003, 2005 and 2006. White has been recognized by his fellow Southland coaches four times, earning men's Coach of the Year honors in 2007, 2008 and 2012, and getting the nod on the women's side in 2005. White has coached 46 men's players to all-conference honors, while 25 women have earned the honor under his guidance. Four Cardinals have earned PING All-America honors during White's tenure, with the group earning the recognition seven times combined. Between the two programs, White has coached nine SLC Players of the Year, three Newcomers of the Year and nine Freshmen of the Year. White has also coached four females and one male to Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year honors. Current PGA Tour player Chris Stroud, a first-team PING All-America in 2004, continues to be coached by White, as do professional players Van Der Walt, Casey Clendenon and Oliver Bekker. Stroud tied for third at the 2003 NCAA Championships in Stillwater, Okla., the highest individual finish at the national tournament in LU history. Bekker made his PGA Tour debut in 2012 by winning on the Sunshine Tour and earning a spot in the prestigious Bridgestone Invitational. Van Der Walt fired a 60 in Web.Com Tour competition during the 2012 season and former LU golfer Shawn Stefani (2001-05) won the 2012 Midwest Classic on the Web.Com Tour. Stroud (2001-04) is the only four-time all-conference performer in SLC history on the men's side, while Lady Cardinal standout Therese Nilsson (2006-09), who was twice named SLC Player of the Year, is the only four-time all-conference performer in league history on the women's side. A native of Beaumont, White was a standout at Kelly High School and played professionally from 1991-96 after finishing his golfing career at Lamar. White, who also serves as the Director of Golf at the Beaumont Country Club, earned his bachelor's degree in business administration from Lamar in 1989.

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Assistant Coach Russell Helson 2nd Season as Assistant Coach Russell Helson begins his first season as an assistant men's and women's golf coach at his alma mater. Helson, who played at Lamar from 2003-08, will begin his first season as a collegiate coach after spending the previous three years as a professional caddy. "I'm thrilled to have a former Lamar player come back to help the program," said head coach Brian White. "Russell brings so much experience on the professional level and that will help him be a great teacher and coach on the college level." During Helson's playing career at Lamar, the Cardinals won three straight Southland Conference titles and advanced to a NCAA Regional each of his four years. A native of Georgetown, Texas, Helson earned Third-Team All-Southland Conference honors as a senior after tying for fourth at the Southland Tournament. Helson also represented Lamar at the 2008 NCAA Central Regional in Columbus, Ohio. "I've always wanted to coach college golf," said

Helson. "I'm very excited to coach for not only my alma mater, but also for my former coach." Helson, who caddied for two years on the Nationwide Tour and for one on the PGA Tour, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in communication from Lamar in 2008.

Russell Helson (center) was one of three Cardinals to finish in the top five at the 2008 Southland Conference Championship.

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2012-13 Lamar Cardinals

Player Gustaf Burenstam Marc Dobias Stephane Dubois Luke Jerling Erik Knudsen Tore Lindtveit Greg Wiggins

Height 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-1

Class So. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Fr.

Exp. Hometown/High School/Last College 1L Djursholm, Sweden/Viktor Rydberts Gymnasium TR Lausanne, Switzerland/Auguste Piccard/VCU 1L Brantford, ON Canada/St. John’s College/Wisconsin 1L Port Elizabeth, South Africa/Grey High School 2L Pocketvalley, Norway/Donski UGS/Oklahoma Christian 1L Arendal, Norway/Norges Toppidretts Gymnasium HS Hamburg, Germany/BBZ Norderstedt

Head Coach: Brian White (Lamar, 1989) Assistant Coach: Russell Helson (Lamar, 2008)

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Gustaf Burenstam 6-5 So.-1L Djursholm, Sweden Viktor Rydberts Gymnasium n

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2011-12: Competed in six tournaments as a true freshman and posted a 75.1 strokes per round scoring average to finish fifth on the team ... Best finish was a tie for ninth at the Fighting Irish Golf Classic in his first collegiate event after rounds of 72-72-73=217 (+7) ... Shot a season-best 69 in the opening round of the David Toms Intercollegiate en route to a tie for 24th at 6over-par ... Carded rounds of 76-74-75=225 (+9) to tie for 29th at the Border Olympics. Prep: Tied for second place at the Swedish Junior Championships. Personal: Gustaf Burenstam was born on Dec. 11, 1990, in Lidingo, Sweden ... Son of Goram and Margaretha Burenstam Linder ... Enjoys soccer in spare time ... Majoring in business.

Burenstam’s Career Stats Season 2011-12

Tournaments 6

Rounds 18

Strokes 1351

Avg. 75.06

Low Rd 69-David Toms Intercollegiate

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Top Finish - Event T9-Fighting Irish Golf Classic


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Marc Dobias 6-2 Sr.-TR Lausanne, Switzerland Auguste Piccard VCU n

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Previous School: Played one season at VCU and earned First-Team AllColonial Athletic Association honors ... Tied for fourth at the conference tournament to lead the Rams to a fourth place showing ... Played in 11 tournaments at VCU and led the team with a 73.4 strokes per round scoring average ... Shot three straight rounds in the 60s to tie for fourth at the Marshall Invitational in his first event for VCU ... Opened with a season-low 68, and followed with back-to-back 69s for a 206 total ... Went 3-0 at The Match Play against teams from Seton Hall, Central Arkansas and Villanova to open the spring season ... Was VCU's top finisher in five tournaments. Junior College: Named honorable mention PING AllAmerica and was a first-team selection to the PING AllDistrict II Team ... Was the top ranked player in the region as a sophomore with a 71.5 scoring average ... Helped Midland place fourth at the NJCAA National Championship ... Tied for 20th in the event at Odessa Country Club after carding rounds of 72-73-74-76=295 (+7) ... Tied for 36th at the national tournament as a freshman after rounds of 74-76-74=224 (+8). Prep: Placed first in the Swiss International Amateur ... Was first on the Swiss Order of Merit in 2006 ... Took second for the Duke of York Trophy. Personal: Marc Dobias was born on Dec. 27, 1988, in Lausanne, Switzerland ... Son of Georges and Jaroslava Dobias ... Is a general studies major.

Dobias’ Career Stats Season Tournaments *2011-12 11 * - at Wisconsin

Rounds 32

Strokes 2350

Avg. 73.44

Low Rd 68-Marshal Invitational

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Top Finish - Event T4-Marshall Invitational/CAA Championship


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Stephane Dubois 6-2 Jr.-1L Brantford, Ontario St. John’s College Wisconsin n

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Summer, 2012: Tied for fifth at the 2012 Canadian Men's Amateur ... Finished with rounds of 68-66-7770=281 (-7). 2011-12: Played in five spring tournaments after transferring from Wisconsin ... Finished with a 76.7 scoring average ... Best finish for the Cardinals was a tie for 35th at the General Hackler Championship after rounds of 75-71-80=226 (+13) ... The 71 was his low round of the spring ... Tied for 45th at the San Diego Intercollegiate in his first Lamar Tournament ... Carded rounds of 75-78=153 (+9) to tie for 40th at the Wolfpack Spring Open. Previous School: Played three semesters at Wisconsin before transferring to Lamar ... Led the Badgers in 2010-11 with a season stroke average of 74.07 as a freshman, the third best freshman scoring average in school history ... Played in nine tournaments and was the Badgers top finisher six times ... Best finish was a tie for 14th at the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate ... Shot a career-low round of 69 at the Renaissance Invitational where he tied for 15th ... UW's top finisher at the Big Ten Championships with a tie for 26th after rounds of 76-72-7776 ... Opened his collegiate career with a tie for 18th at the Gopher Invitational after scores of 71-74-79. High School: Was ranked in the top 50 in the Golfweek Junior Boys Rankings for 2010 high school graduates and was No. 132 overall ... Two-time qualifier for the U.S. Junior Amateur (2008 and 2009) ... Won the Future Collegian World Tour Cog Hill Classic by four strokes after rounds of 71-71=142 ... Placed fourth at the Ontario Junior Boys Championship in 2009, was eighth in 2010 and was fourth in 2011 ... Named to the Provincial Under 19 men's golf team by the Golf Association of Ontario in 2009 ... Represented Ontario on Can-Am and Williamson Cup teams in 2009 ... Three-time winner of the

Central Ontario District 5 High School Golf Championship. Personal: Stephane Dubois was born on Nov. 5, 1991, in Woodstock, Ontario ... Son of Chris and Tenley Dubois ... Majoring in business.

Dubois’ Career Stats Season Tournaments *2010-11 9 *Fall, 2011 2 2011-12 5 Totals 16 * - at Wisconsin

Rounds 27 6 14 47

Strokes 2000 465 1074 3539

Avg. 74.07 77.50 76.71 75.30

Low Rd 69-Renaissance Invitational 74-Firestone Invitational 71-General Hackler Championship 69-Renaissance Invitational

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Top Finish - Event T14-Robert Kepler Intercollegiate 61-Gopher Invitational T35-General Hackler Champ. T14-Robert Kepler Intercollegiate


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Luke Jerling 6-3 So.-1L Port Elizabeth, South Africa Grey High School n

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2011-12: Named Southland Conference Freshman of the Year and Second-Team All-Southland Conference ... Played in all 14 tournaments as a true freshman and finished second on the team with a 74.0 strokes per round scoring average ... Tied for seventh at the NCAA Greensboro Regional as the Cardinals qualified for the NCAA Championship ... Was Lamar's top finisher at the regional after carding rounds of 75-71-71=217 (+1) ... Picked up his first career victory by winning the Wolfpack Spring Open ... Fired rounds of 71-68=139 (-5) to best the field of 90 players in the 36-hole tournament ... Tied for fifth in his first ever Southland Conference Tournament as Lamar won the team title ... Finished the conference event at 7-over-par after rounds of 72-77-74=223 ... Carded rounds of 74-80-73=227 (+14) at Riviera Country Club to tie for 105th at the NCAA Championship ... Placed fifth against a strong field at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate after carding rounds of 70-68-68=206 (7) ... Helped Lamar to the team title at the Border Olympics with a tie for 11th place in the 88-player field with rounds of 73-74-74=221 (+5) ... Tied for 38th at the Gopher Invitational in his first collegiate event with scores of 80-73-77=230 (+14) ... Posted four rounds in the 60s, including a 69 at the Woodlands All-American Intercollegiate where he tied for 29th ... Was Lamar's top finisher four times. Prep: Won the South African Under-18 Match Play Championship in 2010 ... Also won the 2009 Eastern Province Stroke Play Championship and the 2009 and 2011 Eastern Province Amateur ... Finished second in the 2009 National Schools Championships ... Helped Grey HS take second at the 2010 St. John's International School Championship ... Represented South Africa at the 2010 Toyota World Junior Championships in Japan. Personal: Luke Jerling was born on July 10, 1992 ... Son of Pieter and Diane Jerling ... Majoring in management.

Jerling’s Career Stats Season 2011-12

Tournaments 14

Rounds 41

Strokes 3034

Avg. 74.00

Low Rd 68-Three Times

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Top Finish - Event 1-Wolfpack Spring Open


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Erik Knudsen 6-4 RS Sr.-2L Pocketvalley, Norway Donski UGS Oklahoma Christian n

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2011-12: Played in seven tournaments on the year, including the last three of the spring season ... Tied for 52nd individually as Lamar placed fourth at the NCAA Greensboro Regional ... Opened the NCAA Regional with back-to-back 79s before carding a season-low 71 in the final round for a 299 total (+13) ... Helped Lamar win its 24th Southland Conference team title by tying for 29th at the league tournament ... Tied for 148th at the NCAA Championship from Riviera Country Club after rounds of 82-7974=235 (+22) ... Finished the year with a 76.2 strokes per round scoring average ... Best finish of the year came at the Santa Clara Cabo Collegiate when he tied for 22nd at 7-over-par after rounds of 71-74-75=220 ... Also shot a 71 at the season opening Gopher Invitational to establish his low round of the year. 2010-11: Played in eight tournaments after a redshirt season, finishing fifth on the team with a 76.43 strokes per round average ... Best finish was a tie for 21st at the Southland Conference Championships after rounds of 74-72-77 (+7) ... Tied for 22nd at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic in his first Division I tournament ... Low round of 70 came at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate ... Tied for 57th at the NCAA Virginia Tech Regional after carding rounds of 80-75-78 (+17). 2009-10: Redshirted Previous School: Played one season for coach Kelsey Cline at Oklahoma Christian University ... Named Phil Mickelson NAIA Freshman of the Year after helping Oklahoma Christian University win the 2009 national title ... Also named second-team NAIA AllAmerica and second-team Ping All-America ... Helped OCU win the 2009 Sooner Athletic Conference title ... Posted a scoring average of 73.5 ... Tied for 48th at NAIA National Championships ... Individual winner at the Dallas Baptist Patriot Classic and the Southern Nazarene Arizona Intercollegiate.

Prep: Represented Norway in the European Team Championships. Personal: Tor-Erik Knudsen was born on March 18, 1989, in Baerum, Norway ... Son of Erik Knudsen and Lise Ulberg ... Enjoys music, movies and sports in spare time ... Is majoring in kinesiology.

Knudsen’s Career Stats Season 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

Tournaments 8 7 15

Rounds 23 21 44

Strokes 1758 1600 3358

Avg. 76.43 76.19 76.32

Low Rd 70-Royal Oaks Intercollegiate 71-Three Times 70-Royal Oaks Intercollegiate

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Top Finish - Event T21-Southland Conference Champs T22-Santa Clara Cabo Collegiate T21-Southland Conference Champs


2012-13 Lamar Cardinals

Tore Lindtveit 6-1 So.-1L Arendal, Norway Norges Toppidres Gymnasium n

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2011-12: Did not compete in a tournament as a true freshman. Prep: Was a member of the Norwegian Junior Team from 2008-10. Personal: Tore Lindtveit was born on Dec. 7, 1992 ... Son of Olaf and Kari Lindtveit ... Major is general business.

Greg Wiggins 6-1 Fr.-HS Hamburg, Germany BBZ Norderstedt n

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Prep: Was the German junior champion in 2011 ... Helped team to a third place showing at the 2012 German Team Championships. Personal: Gregory O. Wiggins was born on Oct. 9, 1993, in Bad Segeberg, Germany ... Son of Mark and Sally Wiggins ... Major is general business.

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2011-12 Final Season Statistics Team Statistics Fall 2011 Sept. 11-12 Sept. 26-27 Oct. 17-18 Oct. 27-29 Oct. 31-Nov. 1

Gopher Invitational Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic David Toms Intercollegiate Santa Clara Cabo Collegiate Royal Oaks Intercollegiate

10th of 14 7th of 12 2nd of 11 6th of 12 7th of 14

304-293-306—903 (+39) 293-297-297—887 (+47) 281-304-287—872 (+8) 300-287-288—875 (+23) 285-289-288—862 (+10)

Spring 2012 Feb. 12-13 March 11-12 March 16-17 March 31 - Apr. 1 Apr. 9-10 Apr. 14-15 Apr. 23-25 May 17-19 May 29-31

San Diego Intercollegiate General Hackler Championship Border Olympics Insperity Augusta State Invitational The Woodlands All-American Intercollegiate Wolfpack Spring Open Southland Conference Championships NCAA Greensboro Regional NCAA Championship

7th of 15 9th of 15 1st of 16 14th of 16 13th of 15 2nd of 17 1st of 10 4th of 19 25th of 36

300-303-297—900 (+36) 311-296-298—905 (+53) 293-289-288—870 (+6) 292-286-293—871 (+7) 302-297-288—887 (+23) 292-289—581 (+5) 288-310-292—890 (+26) 295-293-289—877 (+13) 299-303-290—892 (+40)

Individual Statistics Fall 2011 Player Kevin Hesbois M.J. Daffue Luke Jerling Xavier Feyaerts Gustaf Burenstam Erik Knudsen

Events 5 5 5 5 4 4

Rds 15 15 15 14 12 12

Strokes 1087 1098 1109 1037 895 901

Avg. 72.47 73.20 73.93 74.07 74.58 75.08

Lowest Round 69-Twice 65-Royal Oaks Intercollegiate 68-Twice 70-Santa Clara Cabo Collegiate 69-David Toms Intercollegiate 71-Gopher Invitational

Best Finish 2-David Toms Intercollegiate 1-Royal Oaks Intercollegiate 5-Royal Oaks Intercollegiate T9-Fighting Irish Golf Classic T9-Fighting Irish Golf Classic T22-Santa Clara Cabo Collegiate

Spring 2012 Player M.J. Daffue Luke Jerling Xavier Feyaerts Kevin Hesbois Gustaf Burenstam Stephane Dubois Erik Knudsen Jake Fuljenz

Events 9 9 9 9 2 4 3 1

Rds 26 26 26 26 6 14 9 3

Strokes 1893 1925 1940 1961 456 1074 699 238

Avg. 72.81 74.04 74.62 75.42 76.00 76.71 77.67 79.33

Lowest Round 68-Insperity Augusta State Inv. 68-Wolfpack Spring Open 69-Twice 70-Insperity Augusta State Inv. 74-Border Olympics 71-General Hackler Champ. 71-NCAA Greensboro Regional 78-The Woodlands All-American

Best Finish 1-Twice 1-Wolfpack Spring Open T3-Border Olympics T16-NCAA Greensboro Regional T29-Border Olympics T35-General Hackler Champ. T29-Southland Conference Champ. 80-The Woodlands All-American

2011-12 Totals Player M.J. Daffue Luke Jerling Kevin Hesbois Xavier Feyaerts Gustaf Burenstam Erik Knudsen Stephane Dubois Jake Fuljenz

Events 14 14 14 14 6 7 5 1

Rds 41 41 41 40 18 21 14 3

Strokes 2991 3034 3048 2977 1351 1600 1074 238

Avg. 72.95 74.00 74.34 74.43 75.06 76.19 76.71 79.33

Lowest Round 65-Royal Oaks Intercollegiate 68-Three times 69-Twice 69-Twice 69-David Toms Intercollegiate 71-Twice 71-General Hackler Champ. 78-The Woodlands All-American

Best Finish 1-Three Times 1-Wolfpack Spring Open 2-David Toms Intercollegiate T3-Border Olympics T9-Fighting Irish Golf Classic T22-Santa Clara Cabo Collegiate T35-General Hackler Champ. 80-The Woodlands All-American

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2011-12 Tournament Results Gopher Invitational Sept. 11-12, 2011 • Wayzata, Minn. Spring Hill GC (Par-72 • 7,020-yards) Host: Minnesota Lamar - 10th of 14 Teams T3. Kevin Hesbois T32. Erik Knudsen T38. M.J. Daffue T38. Luke Jerling Xavier Feyaerts Totals Winner: Arkansas

Royal Oaks Intercollegiate Oct. 31 - Nov. 1, 2011 • Dallas, Texas Royal Oaks CC (Par-71• 7,068-yards) Host: Baylor

71-76-70—217 (+1) 79-71-78—228 (+12) 74-73-83—230 (+14) 80-73-77—230 (+14) DQ-79-81—160 304-293-306—903 (+39) 290-281-299—869 (+16)

Fighting Irish Golf Classic Sept. 26-27, 2011 • South Bend, Ind. Warren GC (Par-70 • 7,023-yards) Host: Notre Dame Lamar - T7th of 12 Teams T9. Gustaf Burenstam* T9. Xavier Feyaerts T15. Kevin Hesbois T42. Erik Knudsen T48. M.J. Daffue T48. Luke Jerling Totals Winners: Houston St. Mary’s (Calif.)

Lamar - T7th of 14 Teams 1. M.J. Daffue* 5. Luke Jerling T26. Kevin Hesbois T43. Xavier Feyaerts T69. Erik Knudsen T72. Gustaf Burenstam Totals Winner: Texas A&M

65-70-67—202 (-11) 70-68-68—206 (-7) 69-73-73—215 (+2) 76-71-71—218 (+5) 73-77-76—226 (+13) 73-78-77—228 (+15) 285-289-288—862 (+10) 278-273-279—830 (-22)

*-Played as an individual and did not count toward team total.

72-72-73—217 (+7) 72-73-72—217 (+7) 73-74-72—219 (+9) 78-74-75—227 (+17) 74-76-78—228 (+18) 74-76-78—228 (+18) 293-297-297—887 (+47) 291-284-295—870 (+30) 286-292-292—870 (+30)

*-Played as an individual and did not count toward team total.

San Diego Intercollegiate Feb. 13-14, 2012 • Chula Vista, Calif. San Diego CC (Par-72• 7,033-yards) Hosts: San Diego & San Diego State Lamar - 7th of 15 Teams T28. Xavier Feyaerts T31. M.J. Daffue T31. Kevin Hesbois T39. Luke Jerling T45. Stephane Dubois Totals Winner: Washington

75-79-72—226 (+10) 74-76-77—227 (+11) 80-73-74—227 (+11) 75-80-74—229 (+13) 76-75-79—230 (+14) 300-303-297—900 (+36) 284-299-287—870 (+6)

David Toms Intercollegiate Oct. 17-18, 2011 • Shreveport, La. Southern Trace CC (Par-72 • 7,048-yards) Host: LSU Lamar - 2nd of 11 Teams 2. Kevin Hesbois T10. M.J. Daffue T24. Gustaf Burenstam T28. Luke Jerling T44. Xavier Feyaerts Totals Winner: Oklahoma

71-72-69—212 (-4) 68-75-74—217 (+1) 69-77-76—222 (+6) 73-80-70—223 (+7) 73-82-74—229 (+13) 281-304-287—872 (+8) 283-286-293—862 (-2)

Santa Clara Cabo Collegiate Oct. 27-29, 2011 • San Jose del Cabo, Mexico Club Campestre (Par-71• 6,966-yards) Host: Santa Clara Lamar - 6th of 12 Teams T11. Xavier Feyaerts T22. Erik Knudsen* T25. M.J. Daffue T29. Luke Jerling T34. Kevin Hesbois T47. Gustaf Burenstam Totals Winner: Arkansas

72-71-70—213 (E) 71-74-75—220 (+7) 75-73-73—221 (+8) 77-73-72—222 (+9) 76-70-78—224 (+11) 77-78-73—228 (+15) 300-287-288—875 (+23) 281-876-274—831 (-21)

*-Played as an individual and did not count toward team total.

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M.J. Daffue won three individual titles in 2011-12, including his second straight Southland Conference crown.


2011-12 Tournament Results General Hackler Championship March 11-12, 2012 • Georgetown, S. Car. DeBordieu Club (Par-71 • 7,189-yards) Host: Coastal Carolina Lamar - 10th of 12 Teams T16. M.J. Daffue T35. Stephane Dubois T51. Xavier Feyaerts T55. Luke Jerling T57. Kevin Hesbois Totals Winner: North Florida

Wolfpack Spring Open Apr. 14-15, 2012 • Raleigh, N.C. Lonnie Poole GC (Par-71 • 7,358-yards) Host: NC State

77-73-71—221 (+8) 75-71-80—226 (+13) 81-75-75—231 (+18) 79-79-75—233 (+20) 80-77-77—234 (+21) 311-296-298—905 (+53) 300-282-290—872 (+20)

Lamar - 2nd of 17 Teams 1. Luke Jerling T5. M.J. Daffue T7. Xavier Feyaerts T40. Stephane Dubois T40. Kevin Hesbois Totals Winner: NC State

Border Olympics March 16-17, 2012 • Laredo, Texas Laredo CC (Par-72 • 7,319-yards) Host: Houston Lamar - 1st of 16 Teams 1. M.J. Daffue T3. Xavier Feyaerts T11. Luke Jerling T18. Kevin Hesbois T29. Gustaf Burenstam* T60. Stephane Dubois Totals

71-68—139 (-5) 72-72—144 (E) 74-71—145 (+1) 75-78—153 (+9) 75-78—153 (+9) 292-289—581 (+5) 294-283—577 (+1)

49th Southland Conference Championship Apr. 23-25, 2012 • McKinney, Texas Stonebridge Ranch CC (Par-72 • 7,346-yards) Host: Southland Conference

71-70-70—211 (-5) 76-71-69—216 (E) 73-74-74—221 (+5) 73-74-76—223 (+7) 76-74-75—225 (+9) 76-81-75—232 (+16) 293-289-288—870 (+6)

Lamar - 1st of 10 Teams* 1. M.J. Daffue* T5. Luke Jerling T7. Xavier Feyaerts T20. Kevin Hesbois T29. Erik Knudsen Totals

72-74-70—216 (E) 72-77-74—223 (+7) 69-82-73—224 (+8) 75-80-75—230 (+14) 80-79-76—235 (+19) 288-310-292—890 (+26)

*-Won team championship on first playoff hole.

*-Played as an individual and did not count toward team total.

NCAA Greensboro Regional May 17-19, 2012 • Greensboro, N.C. Grandover Resort East Course (Par-72 • 7,271-yards) Host: UNC Greensboro

Insperity Augusta State Invitational March 31 - Apr. 1, 2012 • Augusta, Ga. Forest Hills GC (Par-72 • 7,143-yards) Host: Augusta State Lamar - 14th of 16 Teams 22. M.J. Daffue T41. Kevin Hesbois T41. Luke Jerling T66. Xavier Feyaerts 79. Stephane Dubois Totals Winners: Augusta State Texas

72-68-73—213 (-3) 70-73-75—218 (+2) 76-70-72—218 (+2) 74-77-37—224 (+8) 80-75-78—233 (+17) 292-286-293—871 (+7) 283-276-279—838 (-26) 282-277-279—838 (-26)

The Woodlands All-American Intercollegiate Apr. 9-10, 2012 • The Woodlands, Texas Tournament Course at The Woodlands CC (Par-72 • 7,018-yards) Host: Houston Lamar - 13th of 15 Teams T29. Luke Jerling T58. Xavier Feyaerts T58. Kevin Hesbois T61. M.J. Daffue T76. Gustaf Burenstam 80. Jake Fuljenz Totals Winner: Arkansas

75-69-74—218 (+2) 77-77-70—224 (+8) 75-76-73—224 (+8) 78-76-71—225 (+9) 75-76-80—231 (+15) 80-80-78—238 (+22) 302-297-288—887 (+23) 280-276-285—841 (-23)

Lamar - 4th of 13 Teams T7. Luke Jerling T13. M.J. Daffue T16. Kevin Hesbois T39. Xavier Feyaerts T52. Erik Knudsen Totals Winner: Liberty

75-71-71—217 (+1) 70-73-76—219 (+3) 75-75-71—221 (+5) 75-74-77—226 (+10) 79-79-71—229 (+13) 295-293-289—877 (+13) 283-293-292—868 (+4)

2012 NCAA Championship May 29-31, 2012 • Pacific Palisades, Calif. Riviera CC (Par-71 • 7,292-yards) Host: USC Lamar - 25th of 30 Teams T29. M.J. Daffue 74-71-72—217 (+4) T77. Xavier Feyaerts 75-78-71—224 (+11) T105. Luke Jerling 74-80-73—227 (+14) T130. Kevin Hesbois 76-75-80—231 (+18) T148. Erik Knudsen 82-79-74—235 (+22) Totals 299-303-290—892 (+40) Winner: Texas defeated Alabama 3-2 in match play.

*-Played as an individual and did not count toward team total.

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NCAA Championship History 1967

2006

NCAA College Division Champions

NCAA Championship Sunriver, Ore.

1968

Team 1. Oklahoma State—1143; T9. Lamar—1158

NCAA College Division Champions Mike Nugent, medalist

Individual 4. Dawie Van Der Walt T10. Dusty Smith T57. Oliver Bekker T66. Casey Clendenon 78. Justin Harding

1983 NCAA Championship Fresno, Calif. 1. Oklahoma State; 21. Lamar

1985

70-70-74-67—281 71-68-73-74—286 75-79-70-72—296 76-69-73-80—298 76-76-79-80—311

2007

NCAA Championship Haines City, Fla.

NCAA Championship Williamsburg, Va.

Team 1. Houston—1172; T18. Lamar—905 Lamar did not make the final cut.

Team 1. Stanford University—1109; T3. Lamar —1125

Individual 4. Trevor Dodds T12. John Reigger T86. Mike Smith T127. Phillip Jonas T172. Kelly Gibson

76-67-79-67—289 73-72-78-69—292 77-77-74—228 74-81-79—234 85-79-79—243

73-73-68-67—281 71-74-70-68—283 70-70-71-72—283 73-71-73-68—285 71-73-69-76—289

2009

1986

NCAA Championship Toledo, Ohio

NCAA Championship Winston-Salem, NC

Individual T54. Hugues Joannes

Team 1. Wake Forest—1156; 7. Lamar—1172

72-74-75—221

2012

Individual T14. Phillip Jonas T28. Kelly Gibson T38. Mike Smith T81. Mike Dugger T95. Ricky Bell

73-71-75-71—290 73-74-70-75—292 72-73-79-70—294 76-76-76-72—300 74-74-81-75—304

2003 NCAA Championship Stillwater, Okla. Individual T3. Chris Stroud

Individual T22. Dawie Van Der Walt T31. Justin Harding T31. Oliver Bekker T39. Dusty Smith T53. Casey Clendenon

70-77-70-73—290

NCAA Championship Pacific Palisades, Calif. Team 1. Texas (defeated Alabama 3-2 in match play); 25. Lamar —892 Individual T29. M.J. Daffue T77. Xavier Feyaerts T105. Luke Jerling T130. Kevin Hesbois T148. Erik Knudsen

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74-71-72—217 75-78-71—224 74-80-73—227 76-75-80—231 82-79-74—235


NCAA Regional History 1990

2004

NCAA Central Regional Columbus, Ohio Individual T9. Bobby Blackmore T21. Robert Dugger

73-77-71—221 74-75-75—224

1991

NCAA Central Regional Lincoln, Neb.

Team 1. Arkansas—859; T20. Lamar—913 Individual T65. Jimmy Spurlock T80. Brett Snortland T94. Chris Rieve T100. Bobby Blackmore 106. Brent Barclay

76-75-75—226 75-76-77—228 79-73-79—231 82-73-78—233 83-79-74—236

1992

NCAA Central Regional McKinney, Texas Individual T61. Brett Snortland

78-76-74—228

2001

Team 1. Kent State—883; T18. Lamar—899. 73-76-73—222 78-75-73—226 78-74-79—231 82-80-70—232 72-78-83—233

2002

Team T1. Purdue—865; T1. Oklahoma State—865; T17. Lamar—901. 76-72-74—222 76-75-71—222 75-77-76—228 80-77-76—233 79-74-81—234

2003

NCAA Central Regional Manhattan, Kansas

Team 1. Oklahoma State—856; 13. Lamar—875. Individual T5. Chris Stroud T14. Matt Larson T118. Chris Davis T121. Mark Van Hoose T133. Shawn Stefani

Team 1. Oklahoma State—856; 13. Lamar—875.

Team 1. Florida—874; 6. Lamar—891

Individual T21. Chris Stroud T38. Shawn Stefani T102. Russell Helson T118. Dusty Smith T118. Andre Metzger

Individual T4. Hugues Joannes T18. Leroux Ferriera T37. Justin Harding T41. Kevin Hesbois 64. Xavier Feyaerts

71-77-76—224 76-78-75—229 83-78-79—240 81-81-82—244 81-80-83—244

2005

NCAA Southwest Regional Santee, Calif.

Team 1. Augusta State—849; 12. Lamar—876.

Individual T18. Pierre-Alexis Rolland

Individual T14. Dawie Van Der Walt T30. Dusty Smith T50. Andre Metzger T116. Ryan Kornmann T120. Shawn Stefani

77-67-69—213 73-69-75—217 72-76-72—220 75-78-78—231 77-83-73—233

2006

Team 1. Oklahoma State—845; 5. Lamar—869 Individual 3. Dawie Van Der Walt T15. Dusty Smith T24. Casey Clendenon T47. Oliver Bekker T109. Andrew Landry

70-69-71—210 71-77-69—217 73-74-72—219 72-75-76—223 78-78-77—233

2007

69-71-70—210 71-73-69—213 72-82-75—229 79-78-73—230 73-87-74—234

71-69-75—215 82-68-76—226 80-71-75—226 81-73-80—234 81-74-81—236

2008

NCAA Central Regional Columbus, Ohio

Team 1. Wake Forest—879; T16. Lamar—911 Individual T41. Casey Clendenon T65. Leroux Ferriera T65. Justin Harding T102. Hugues Joannes T102. Russell Helson

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75-71-80—226 79-77-73—229 74-75-80—229 74-82-78—234 76-78-80—234

77-74-71—222

2011

NCAA Virginia Tech Regional Radford, Virginia Team 1. Duke—865; 12. Lamar—921 Individual T45. Kevin Hesbois T45. Xavier Feyaerts T54. M.J. Daffue T57. Erik Knudsen T67. Pierre-Alexis Rolland

80-73-77—230 77-75-78—230 74-78-80—232 80-75-78—233 80-80-76—236

2012

NCAA Greensboro Regional Greensboro, N.C. Team 1. Liberty—868; 4. Lamar—877 Individual T7. Luke Jerling T13. M.J. Daffue T16. Kevin Hesbois T39. Xavier Feyaerts T52. Erik Knudsen

Team 1. Tulsa—895; 4. Lamar—900 Individual T1. Dawie Van Der Walt T21. Oliver Bekker T21. Dusty Smith T63. Justin Harding T82. Casey Clendenon

68-74-74—216 75-74-73—222 77-74-75—226 76-76-75—227 80-79-77—236

2010

NCAA Central Regional South Bend, Ind.

NCAA Central Regional Sugar Grove, Ill.

NCAA Central Regional Little Rock, Ark.

Individual T37. Matt Larson T37. Mark Van Hoose T75. Chris Stroud T101. Mark Cooper T108. Shawn Stefani

NCAA Southwest Regional Austin, Texas

NCAA Central Regional Chardon, Ohio

NCAA Central Regional Stillwater, Okla.

Individual T30. Mark Cooper T60. Chris Stroud T97. Joe Kunick T105. Andy Ternes T110. Matt Larson

2009

NCAA Central Regional West Lafayette, Ind.

75-71-71—217 70-73-76—219 75-75-71—221 75-74-77—226 79-79-71—229


Conference Championships/All-Americans CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Year 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1981 1982

Affiliation Lone Star Lone Star Lone Star Lone Star Lone Star Lone Star Lone Star Lone Star Lone Star Lone Star Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland

1983 1985 1986 1987 2001 2002 2003 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011* 2012

Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland

Medalist Dick Goerlich Eddie Langert Butch Baird Cy Northrop Eddie Langert Alvin Odom

PING All-Americans 1967 1985 1986 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Mike Nugent, honorable mention Trevor Dodds, 1st Team Philip Jonas, honorable mention John Reigger, honorable mention Philip Jonas, 1st Team Chris Stroud, 3rd Team Chris Stroud, 1st Team Dawie Van Der Walt, honorable mention Dawie Van Der Walt, 2nd Team Dusty Smith, honorable mention Dawie Van Der Walt, 1st Team Oliver Bekker, honorable mention

Johnny Barlow Mike Garrison Mike Nugent Mike Garrison Jimmy Singletary Mike Jerome Mike McCorquodale Bruce Niles Ronnie Black Mike Dirks Carl Bielstein Trevor Dodds was Lamar’s first First-Team Ping All-America in 1985.

John Riegger Phillip Jonas Chris Stroud Mark Van Hoose Chris Stroud Dawie Van Der Walt

M.J. Daffue M.J. Daffue

*-Lamar did not win team title Dawie Van Der Walt earned recognition from Ping three times during his LU career.

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Honors and Awards ALL-SOUTHLAND 1979 Jim Walker—First Team 1980 Ronnie Black—First Team 1981 Ronnie Black—First Team Kent Hilburn—First Team 1982 Mike Dirks—First Team Carl Bielstein—First Team Trevor Dodds—First Team 1983 J.C. Anderson—First Team Mike Dirks—First Team 1984 John Reigger—First Team 1985 John Reigger—First Team Trevor Dodds—First Team Mike Smith—First Team Phillip Jonas—First Team 1986 Phillip Jonas—First Team Kelly Gibson—First Team 2000 Gavin Flint—First Team Andy Ternes—Third Team 2001 Chris Stroud—First Team Matt Larson—Second Team Joe Kunick—Third Team 2002 Chris Stroud—First Team Mark Van Hoose—First Team Matt Larson—Second Team 2003 Chris Stroud—First Team Matt Larson—First Team Mark Van Hoose—First Team Shawn Stefani—Second Team 2004 Chris Stroud—First Team Shawn Stefani—First Team 2005 Dawie Van Der Walt—First Team Shawn Stefani—Second Team Andre Metzger—Second Team Dusty Smith—Third Team 2006 Casey Clendenon—First Team Dawie Van Der Walt—First Team Dusty Smith—First Team Oliver Bekker—First Team Justin Harding—Third Team 2007 Dawie Van Der Walt—First Team Casey Clendenon—First Team Oliver Bekker—First Team Justin Harding—First Team Dusty Smith—Second Team 2008 Casey Clendenon—First Team Justin Harding—Second Team Hugues Joannes—Second Team Russell Helson—Third Team 2009 Justin Harding—First Team Hugues Joannes—Second Team Leroux Ferriera—Third Team 2010 Pierre-Alexis Rolland—Second Team Hugues Joannes—Third Team 2011 M.J. Daffue—First Team Kevin Hesbois—Second Team Xavier Feyaerts—Third Team 2012 M.J. Daffue—First Team Luke Jerling—Second Team Xavier Feyaerts—Second Team Kevin Hesbois—Third Team

ALL-SUN BELT 1992 Brett Snortland—First Team 1993 Jeff Peck—First Team Brett Snortland—First Team 1994 Glynn Johnson—First Team 1995 Brian Domingues—First Team 1997 Joran Meeks—First Team 2001 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007 2011

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Chris Stroud—Southland Chris Stroud—Southland Chris Stroud—Southland Chris Stroud—Southland Casey Clendenon—Southland Dawie Van Der Walt—Southland M.J. Daffue—Southland

2000 2001 2005 2006 2009

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Gavin Flint—Southland Chris Stroud—Southland Dawie Van Der Walt—Southland Oliver Bekker—Southland Xavier Feyaerts—Southland

2002

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Mark Van Hoose—Southland

M.J. Daffue won back-to-back Southland Conference titles in 2011 & 2012.

GOLF STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2007 Oliver Bekker—Southland 1973 1981 1983 1985 1986 1987 1999 2001 2002 2003 2006 2007 2008

COACH OF THE YEAR Dan Rogas— Southland Dan Rogas— Southland Greg Grost— Southland Greg Grost— Southland Mike Dirks— Southland Mike Dirks— Southland Brad McMakin— Southland Brad McMakin— Southland Brad McMakin— Southland Brad McMakin—Southland Brad McMakin—Southland Brian White—Southland Brian White—Southland

Oliver Bekker was the 2006 Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year.

Brad McMakin, a five-time Southland Conference Coach of the Year, holds the 2006 conference trophy.

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2011-12 Lamar Lady Cardinals

Player Julie Aime Katelyn McDougal Nghi Ngo Taylor Stockton Lauren Van Gerven

Height 5-5 5-2 5-2 5-7 5-6

Class Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr.

Exp. Hometown/High School/Last College 3L Cannes, France/Fenelon 2L Richmond, Texas/Lamar Consolidated HS 1L Hochiminh City, Vietnam/American School of Bangkok HS Clear Lake, Texas/Clear Lake HS 2L Berchem, Belgium/KA II Sportschool

Head Coach: Brian White (Lamar, 1989) Assistant Coach: Russell Helson (Lamar, 2008)

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2011-12 Lamar Lady Cardinals

Julie Aime 5-5 Sr.-3L Fenelon n

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Cannes, France

2011-12: Named SecondTeam All-Southland Conference for the second straight season ... Led the Lady Cardinals with a 76.0 strokes per round scoring average ... Picked up her second career victory with a 10-over-par total of 226 at the Ladyjack Crown Classic which included rounds of 78-74-74 ... Helped Lamar to a third place finish at the Southland Conference Tournament with a tie for ninth after rounds of 76-73-80=229 (+13) ... Played in all 10 tournaments for Lamar, finishing in the top 20 in each of them ... Matched her career best round with a 69 at the Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate on her way to a 14th place tie ... Tied for third at the Blue Raider Invitational after rounds of 7471-77=222 (+6) ... Had five top 10 finishes on the year and was Lamar's top finisher in five events ... Tied for seventh at the HBU Husky Invitational with rounds of 76-79-73=228 (+12) and tied for eighth at the Islander Classic with scores of 73-80-74=227 (+11). 2010-11: Named Second-Team All-Southland Conference ... Played in all 11 events for the Lady Cardinals and led the team with a 76.71 strokes per round scoring average ... Had three top five finishes on the season, and was Lamar’s top finisher in five events ... Posted a career-low round of 69 at the WorldLink North Texas Classic to help her to a third place finish ... Tied for 10th at the Southland Conference Championships after shooting 75-8075 ... Placed fifth out of 83 golfers at the Islander Classic with scores of 77-72-74 ... Opened the season with a tie for fifth at the Chris Banister Golf Classic. 2009-10: Made a splash in her collegiate debut as she took medalist honors in the Koasati Pines Collegiate ... Posted rounds of 80-7371 at Koasati Pines CC in helping Lamar to the team title ... Played only in the spring semester and finished with a scoring average of 78.7 for 18 rounds ... Had the third-best scoring average on the team ... Took third place at the Monterey Invitational in helping Lamar to its second team title of the spring season ... Was Lamar's

top finisher at the USA Lady Jaguar Invitational with a tie for 23rd ... Tied for 32nd at the Southland Conference Championships with rounds of 80-82-80. Personal: Julie Aime was born on November 8, 1991, in Nice, France ... Daughter of Brigitte Aime ... Enjoys spending time with friends, shooting pool and music ... Major is political science.

Aime’s Career Stats Season 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

Tournaments 6 11 10 27

Rounds 18 31 26 75

Strokes 1417 2378 1976 5771

Avg. 78.72 76.71 76.00 76.95

Low Rd Top Finish - Event 71-Koasati Pines Collegiate 1-Koasati Pines Collegiate 69-WorldLink North Texas Classic 3-WorldLink North Texas Classic 69-Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate 1-Ladyjack Crown Classic 69-Twice 1-Twice

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2011-12 Lamar Lady Cardinals

Katelyn McDougal 5-2 Jr.-2L Richmond, Texas Lamar Consolidated HS n

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2011-12: Played in each of Lamar's 10 tournaments during the season and finished third on the team with a 77.9 strokes per round scoring average ... Finished 13th at the Southland Conference Tournament with scores of 77-77-79=233 (+17) ... Tied for second in the rain-shortened Chris Banister Gamecock Classic to open the year after carding a 73 in the opening round ... Followed that with a tie for ninth at the Bob Hurley ORU Shootout after posting scores of 80-73-76=229 (+16) ... Shot 79-76-75=230 (+14) to tie for 12th and help the Lady Cardinals win the HBU Husky Invitational ... Tied for 13th at the Blue Raider Invitational, the Islander Classic and the Ladyjack Crown Classic ... Was Lamar's top finisher on two occasions. 2010-11: Played in all 11 tournaments for the Lady Cardinals as a true freshman ... Finished the year with a 79.03 strokes per round scoring average ... Began her collegiate career with a tie for fifth at the Chris Banister Classic; her best finish of the season ... Shot a 72 for her low round of the year at the WorldLink North Texas Classic as she tied for 16th ... Shot a 74 to tie for seventh at the rain-shortened Cowgirl Fall Classic ... Tied for 23rd at the Southland Conference Championships after carding rounds of 87-77-75 ... Had a tie for 10th at the Houston Baptist Intercollegiate with scores of 82-78-77. High School: Played four years for coach Kelly Kitchens at Lamar Consolidated ... Took home medalist honors in District 23-4A as a junior and senior ... Named Player of the Year by the Texas Junior Golf Tour as a senior ... Helped Mustangs to a pair of district team titles ... Had a second and a third place finish at Regionals ... Went to state tournament three years in a row, becoming first girl from school to go to state ... Named Player of the Year by the Houston Golf Association three years in a row ... Earned an academic letter as a senior.

Personal: Katelyn McDougal was born on October 16, 1991, in Wharton, Texas ... Daughter of Larry and Karen McDougal ... Brother Larry played three years of golf at UT-Tyler ... Majoring in history.

McDougal’s Career Stats Season 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

Tournaments 11 10 21

Rounds 31 26 57

Strokes 2450 2025 4475

Avg. 79.03 77.88 78.51

Low Rd 72-WorldLink North Texas Classic 73-Twice 72-WorldLink North Texas Classic

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Top Finish - Event T5-Chris Banister Golf Classic T2-Chris Banister Gamecock Classic T2-Chris Banister Gamecock Classic


2011-12 Lamar Lady Cardinals

Nghi Ngo 5-2 Fr.-HS Hochiminh City, Vietnam American School of Bangkok n

n

2011-12: Strong freshman campaign in which she played in every tournament and finished second on the team with a 77.8 strokes per round average ... Best finish was a fourth place showing at the HBU Husky Invitational as Lamar won the team title ... Carded rounds of 75-75-74-224 (+8) for first career top 5 finish to pace the Lady Cardinals ... Tied for ninth in first collegiate event after shooting a 75 in the rain-shortened Chris Banister Gamecock Classic ... Tied for 22nd in her first Southland Conference Tournament with rounds of 7983-77=239 (+23) ... Finished 10th at the Ladyjack Crown Classic with scores of 84-79-80=243 (+27) as Lamar took home the team title ... Tied for 12th at the Bob Hurley ORU Shootout and tied for 13th at the Islander Classic. Prep: Represented her native Vietnam as a member of the national team ... Took first place at the American School Athletic Conference Tournament ... Placed second at the Bangkok International School Athletic Conference Tournament ... Won her school's athletic award as a senior. Personal: Nghi Ngo was born on June 30, 1993, in Vietnam ... Daughter of Hai Ngo and Thuy Le ... Majoring in engineering.

Ngo’s Career Stats Season 2011-12

Tournaments 10

Rounds 26

Strokes 2024

Avg. 77.85

Low Rd 74-Three Times

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Top Finish - Event 4-HBU Husky Invitational


2011-12 Lamar Lady Cardinals

Lauren Van Gerven 5-6 RS Jr.-2L Berchem, Belgium KA II Sportschool n

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2011-12: Played in all 10 events for Lamar and finished with an 81.5 strokes per round average ... Best finish was a tie for 11th as Lamar won the team title at the Ladyjack Crown Classic after carding rounds of 83-80-81=244 (+28) ... Tied for 12th at the rain-shortened Chris Banister Gamecock Classic after posting a 76 (+4) ... Also shot a 76 at the Blue Raider Invitational and the Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate to match her low round of the year ... Placed 35th at the Southland Conference Championship with scores of 82-87-85=254 (+38) ... Tied for 22nd at the LPGA Xavier Collegiate Invitational after shooting a 78 in the shortened 18-hole event ... Tied for 34th with rounds of 81-83-82=246 (+30) as Lamar won the HBU Husky Invitational. 2010-11: Played in four tournaments, all in the fall ... Missed the rest of the season with an injury and earned a medical redshirt ... Finished the year with a scoring average of 80.5 strokes per round ... Best finish was a tie for 23rd at the rain-shortened Cowgirl Fall Invitational ... Opened the season with a tie for 27th at the Chris Banister Golf Classic ... Low rounds of the year were a pair of 78s at the WorldLink North Texas Classic where she tied for 39th. 2009-10: Played in nine tournaments as a true freshman with a scoring average of 80.1 ... Placed eighth at the Chris Banister Classic in first collegiate tournament, helping Lamar win the team title ... Shot three rounds in the 70s at the LPGA International Xavier Invitational ... Tied for 24th at the Southland Conference Championships after rounds of 77-77-80 ... Had a low round of 74 at the Chris Banister Classic. Prep: Played for the Belgian National Team from 2007-09.

Personal: Lauren Van Gerven was born on October 27, 1991, in Belgium ... Daughter of Paul Van Gerven and Carine Sonck ... Enjoys surfing, swimming and traveling ... Is a communication major.

Van Gerven’s Career Stats Season 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

Tournaments 9 4 10 23

Rounds 27 10 26 63

Strokes 2165 805 2120 5090

Avg. 80.18 80.50 81.54 80.79

Low Rd 74-Chris Banister Classic 78-WorldLink North Texas Classic 76-Three Times 74-Chris Banister Classic

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Top Finish - Event 8-Chris Banister Classic T23-Cowgirl Fall Invitational T11-Ladyjack Crown Classic 8-Chris Banister Classic


2011-12 Lamar Lady Cardinals

Stina Resen 5-6 Fr.-HS NTG n

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Oslo, Norway

Prep: Played on the Norwegian junior team ... Competed in the U16 European Chapmanships as an individual and for Norway. Personal: Stina Resen was born on April 22, 1993, in Oslo, Norway ... Daughter of Jan and Elisabeth Resen ... General Studies major.

Taylor Stockton 5-7 Fr.-HS Clear Lake, Texas Clear Lake HS n

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High School: Four-year letterwinner at Clear Lake High School ... Was named to the UIL Class 5A All-State First-Team as a junior ... Made it to the Texas Class 5A State Finals three straight years ... Was ranked as high as 31st by Golfweek for players in the 2012 graduating class ... Named the Player of the Year for the Texas Junior Golf Tour as a senior and posted three top 10 finishes in American Junior Golf Association events ... Graduated cum laude from Clear Lake. Personal: Taylor Stockton was born on March 8, 1994, in Radford, Va. ... Daughter of Carl and Elaine Stockton ... Majoring in accounting.

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2011-12 Final Season Statistics Team Statistics Fall 2011 Sept. 4

Chris Banister Golf Classic*

3rd of 8

Oct. 3-4

Bob Hurley ORU Shootout

4th of 14

317-305-306—928 (+76)

303 (+15)

Oct. 7

LPGA Xavier Collegiate Invitational*

7th of 13

311 (+23)

Oct. 24-25

Blue Raider Invitational

2nd of 13

303-297-300—900 (+36)

6th of 17

319-308-320—947 (+83)

* - Tournament shortened to 18 holes due to weather Spring 2012 Feb. 19-20

Claud Jacobs Intercollegiate

Feb. 27-28

Islander Classic

2nd of 14

304-317-307—928 (+64)

March 5-6

Ladyjack Crown Classic

1st of 12

322-314-316—952 (+88)

March 16-18

Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate

9th of 14

313-308-305—926 (+62)

Apr. 2-3

Houston Baptist Intercollegiate

1st of 12

308-308-294—910 (+46)

Apr. 16-18

Southland Conference Championships

3rd of 8

305-312-311—928 (+64)

Individual Statistics Fall 2011 Player

Events

Rds

Strokes

Avg.

Lowest Round

Best Finish

Katelyn McDougal

4

8

606

75.75

73-Twice

T2-Chris Banister Gamecock Classic

Julie Aime

4

8

609

76.13

71-Blue Raider Invitational

T3-Blue Raider Invitational

Nghi Ngo

4

8

615

76.88

74-Bob Hurley ORU Shootout

T9-Chris Banister Gamecock Classic

Sarah Nicholas

4

8

629

78.63

71-Blue Raider Invitational

T5-Blue Raider Invitational

Lauren Van Gerven

4

8

641

80.13

76-Twice

T12-Chris Banister Gamecock Classic

Spring 2012 Player

Events

Rds

Strokes

Avg.

Lowest Round

Best Finish

Julie Aime

6

18

1367

75.94

69-Insperity Lady Jaguar Inter.

1-Ladyjack Crown Classic

Nghi Ngo

6

18

1409

78.28

74-Twice

4-HBU Husky Invitational

Sarah Nicholas

6

18

1410

78.33

72-Twice

T5-Claud Jacobs Challenge

Katelyn McDougal

6

18

1419

78.83

74-Islander Classic

T12-HBU Husky Invitational

Lauren Van Gerven

6

18

1479

82.17

76-Insperity Lady Jaguar Inter.

T11-Ladyjack Crown Classic

2011-12 Totals Player

Events

Rds

Strokes

Avg.

Lowest Round

Best Finish

Julie Aime

10

26

1976

76.00

69-Insperity Lady Jaguar Inter.

1-Ladyjack Crown Classic

Nghi Ngo

10

26

2024

77.85

74-Three Times

4-HBU Husky Invitational

Katelyn McDougal

10

26

2025

77.88

73-Twice

T2-Chris Banister Gamecock Classic

Sarah Nicholas

10

26

2039

78.42

71-Blue Raider Invitational

T5-Twice

Lauren Van Gerven

10

26

2120

81.54

76-Three Times

T11-Ladyjack Crown Classic

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2011 Fall Tournament Results Chris Banister Classic Sept. 4, 2011 • Huntsville, Ala. Hampton Cove GC (Par-72 • 5,953-yards) Host: Jacksonville State Lamar - 3rd of 8 Teams* T2. Katelyn McDougal T9. Nghi Ngo T12. Lauren Van Gerven T17. Julie Aime T28. Sarah Nicholas Totals Winner: Samford

73 (+1) 75 (+3) 76 (+4) 79 (+7) 81 (+9) 303 (+15) 294 (+6)

* - Tournament shortened to 18 holes due to weather

Bob Hurley Auto ORU Shootout Oct. 3-4, 2011 • Tulsa, Okla. Meadowbrook CC (Par-72 • 6,125-yards) Host: Oral Roberts Lamar - 4th of 14 Teams T9. Katelyn McDougal T12. Julie Aime T12. Nghi Ngo T31. Sarah Nicholas T43. Lauren Van Gerven Totals Winner: Redlands CC

80-73-76—229 (+16) 78-74-79—231 (+18) 77-80-74—231 (+18) 82-78-79—239 (+26) 85-82-77—244 (+31) 317-305-306—928 (+76) 305-312-304—921 (+69)

LPGA Xavier Collegiate Invitational Oct. 7, 2011 • Daytona Beach, Fla. LPGA International Course (Par-72 • 6,084-yards) Host: Xavier Lamar - 7th of 13 Teams* T16. Julie Aime T22. Katelyn McDougal T22. Nghi Ngo T22. Lauren Van Gerven 61. Sarah Nicholas Totals Winner: Campbell

Katelyn McDougal had three top 15 finishes during the fall season.

77 (+5) 78 (+6) 78 (+6) 78 (+6) 86 (+14) 311 (+23) 298 (+10)

* - Tournament shortened to 18 holes due to weather

Blue Raider Invitational Oct. 24-25, 2011 • Murfreesboro, Tenn. Old Fort GC (Par-72 • 6,203-yards) Host: Middle Tennessee Lamar - 2nd of 13 Teams T3. Julie Aime T5. Sarah Nicholas T13. Katelyn McDougal T25. Nghi Ngo T57. Lauren Van Gerven Totals Winner: Middle Tennessee

74-71-77—222 (+6) 78-74-71—223 (+7) 76-74-76—226 (+10) 77-78-76—231 (+15) 76-82-85—243 (+27) 303-297-300—900 (+36) 300-293-293—886 (+22) Nghi Ngo tied for ninth at the Chris Banister Classic in her first collegiate tournament.

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2012 Spring Tournament Results Claud Jacobs Intercollegiate Feb. 19-20, 2012 • Victoria, Texas Victoria CC (Par-72 • 6,087-yards) Host: Texas State Lamar - 6th of 17 Teams T5. Sarah Nicholas T14. Julie Aime T39. Nghi Ngo T52. Katelyn McDougal T61. Lauren Van Gerven Totals Winner: Texas State

79-72-75—226 (+10) 76-78-78—232 (+16) 80-80-83—243 (+27) 85-78-84—247 (+31) 84-82-85—251 (+35) 319-308-320—947 (+83) 307-296-298—901 (+37)

Islander Classic Feb. 27-28, 2012 • Corpus Christi, Texas Corpus Christi CC (Par-72 • 6,093-yards) Host: Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Lamar - 2nd of 14 Teams T8. Julie Aime T13. Katelyn McDougal T13. Nghi Ngo T35. Sarah Nicholas T43. Lauren Van Gerven Totals Winner: UTSA

73-80-74—227 (+11) 74-80-77—231 (+15) 77-77-77—231 (+15) 80-80-79—239 (+23) 82-81-80—243 (+27) 304-317-307—928 (+64) 296-296-296—888 (+24)

Sarah Nicholas led Lamar with an eighth place finish at the 2012 Southland Conference Championships

HBU Husky Invitational Apr. 2-3, 2012 • Missouri City, Texas Riverbend CC (Par-72 • 6,026-yards) Host: Houston Baptist

Ladyjack Crown Classic March 5-6, 2012 • Lufkin, Texas Crown Colony CC (Par-72 • 6,092-yards) Host: Stephen F. Austin Lamar - 1st of 12 Teams 1. Julie Aime 10. Nghi Ngo T11. Lauren Van Gerven T13. Katelyn McDougal T13. Sarah Nicholas Totals

78-74-74—226 (+10) 84-79-80—243 (+27) 83-80-81—244 (+28) 78-85-82—245 (+29 83-81-81—245 (+29) 322-314-316—952 (+88)

Lamar - 1st of 12 Teams 4. Nghi Ngo T7. Julie Aime T7. Sarah Nicholas T12. Katelyn McDougal T34. Lauren Van Gerven Totals

11th Southland Conference Championships Apr. 16-18, 2012 • Corpus Christi, Texas Vaaler Creek CC (Par-72 • 5,994-yards) Host: Southland Conference

Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate March 16-18, 2012 • Augusta, Ga. Forest Hills GC (Par-72 • 6,248-yards) Host: Augusta State Lamar - 9th of 14 Teams T14. Julie Aime T25. Nghi Ngo 44. Katelyn McDougal T63. Lauren Van Gerven T68. Sarah Nicholas Totals Winner: UTSA

75-75-74—224 (+8) 76-79-73—228 (+12) 78-78-72—228 (+12) 79-76-75—230 (+14) 81-83-82—246 (+30) 308-308-294—910 (+46)

79-69-77—225 (+9) 75-80-74—229 (+13) 78-77-78—233 (+17) 83-82-76—241 (+25) 81-83-81—245 (+29) 313-308-305—926 (+62) 298-286-296—880 (+16)

Lamar - 3rd of 8 Teams 8. Sarah Nicholas T9. Julie Aime 13. Katelyn McDougal T22. Nghi Ngo 35. Lauren Van Gerven Totals Winner: UTSA 

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73-79-75—227 (+11) 76-73-80—229 (+13) 77-77-79—233 (+17) 79-83-77—239 (+23) 82-87-85—254 (+38) 305-312-311—928 (+68) 290-306-300—896 (+32)


Post-Season History 1991

AIAW

Ohio State Scarlet Course Columbus, Ohio 8. Lamar - 1,233

1981 University of Georgia Golf Course Athens, Ga. Lamar 335-315-307=957 (LU did not make final round cut) Individual T31. Lynn Cooke T50. Dawn Coe Lori Brock Patty Grant Alison Norman Team Champion: Florida State - 1,220 Individual Champion: Terri Moody, Georgia - 296

331 314 245 247 249

Note: Lamar also had AIAW tournament appearances in 1977, 78, 79, and 80.

NCAA Championships 1983

Individual T21. Katharina Larsson T26. Louisa Bergsma T40. Kim Brozer T69. Elsabe Hefer T76. Lara Rose Team Champion: UCLA - 1,197 (Won Playoff)

1992 Karsten Golf Course (Arizona State) Tempe, Arizona Individual T37. Louisa Bergsma

1994 Individual

Individual Dawn Coe Lori Brock Elizabeth Glass Patty Grant T85 Jackie Harlan Team Champion: TCU - 1,193 Individual Champion: Penny Hammel, Miami - 284

299 306 311 311 326

1984

1987 South University Golf Course Albuquerque, New Mexico Individual T41. Jennifer Wyatt 73-77-75-78=303

1989 Stanford Golf Course Palo Alto, California Individual T75. Elsabe Hefer 81-83-79-78=321

81-83-82-85=331

NCAA Regionals

7. Lamar - 1,226

Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club Tarpon Springs, Fla. Individual 94. Lori Brock

74-77-76-76=303

The Oregon Golf Club Eugene, Oregon T91. Andrea Dobson

University of Georgia Golf Course Athens, Ga.

11. T26. T41.

303 306 310 318 322

1993 Randolph North Golf Course Tucson, Arizona 18. Lamar 934 Individual T51. Louisa Bergsma T67 Karen Saevarsdottir 93. Andrea Dobson 100. Melissa Isham 101. Alison Kirkpartick Team Champion: Arizona State - 851 Individual Champion: Linda Ericsson, ASU - 208

83-75-79-92=339

224 229 237 247 248

1994 University of New Mexico Championship Course Albuquerque, NM Individuals 12 Andrea Dobson T89 Karen Saevarsdottir

72-73-75=220 81-77-82=240

1995 Randolph North Golf Course Tucson, Arizona 16. Lamar - 926 Individual T18 Andrea Dobson T66 Bresha Marshall T73 Shirin Hornecker T86 Karen Saevarsdottir T89 Janean Barrett Team Champion: Arizona - 899

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224 235 236 241 243


Conference Championships/Lady Cardinal Invitational CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 2003 2005 2006 2011*

Affiliation Sun Belt Sun Belt Sun Belt Sun Belt Southland Southland Southland Southland

Medalist Louisa Bergsma Bresha Marshall Andrea Dobson Shirin Hornecker Hillary Zeigler Therese Nilsson Stine Pedersen Hillary Zeigler (L) and Therese Nilsson (R) won back-to-back Southland Conference titles in 2005 & 2006 respectively.

*-Lamar did not win team title

Lady Cardinal Invitational YEAR 1981 1982 1983 1984 Spr. 1985 Fall 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Spr. 2005 Fall 2005

TEAM CHAMPION SCORES Southern Methodist 300-304-297=901 Texas Christian 299-311-300=910 Texas Christian 302-155-294=751 Tulsa Unavailable Houston Baptist 317-323-311=951 Louisiana State 297-300=597 Southern Methodist 304-313-306=923 Louisiana State 302-309-321=932 Texas Christian 297-306-301=904 Texas Christian 305-302-312=919 Lamar 317-306-304=927 Oklahoma State 299-296-302=897 Lamar 314-312-317=943 Lamar 319-306-308=933 Tournament Cancelled-Inclement weather conditions Oregon State 318-313-310=941 Oregon 310-305-313=928 Tournament not held due to scheduling conflict Lamar 319-326=645 Nevada 314-324-325=963 Sam Houston State 334-313-307=954 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 321-303-308=932 Lamar 338=338 Tournament not held due to scheduling conflict Tournament not held due to scheduling conflict Lamar 306-314=620 Lamar 303-308-308=919

YEAR INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS SCORES 1981 Stephanie Farwig, Houston Baptist 76-75-73=224 1982 Sherri Steinhauer, Texas 75-70-77=222 1983 Barb Thomas, Tulsa 72-38-72=182 1984 Kim Gardner, Tulsa Unavailable Spr. 1985 Yokko Ito, Oklahoma State 75-78-78=231 Fall 1985 Jenny Lidback, Louisiana State 75-71=146 1986 Aubrey Bendick, Oklahoma 74-79-70=223 1987 Summer Lee, North Texas 71-74-79=224 1988 Chris Miller, Texas Christian 72-74-74=220 1989 Tricia Allen, Texas Christian 75-71-78=224 1990 Louisa Bergsma, Lamar 77-77-74=228 1991 Stephanie Martin, Oklahoma State 76-73-73=228 1992 Louisa Bergsma, Lamar 75-72-77=224 1993 Andrea Dobson, Lamar 81-74-76=231 1994 Tournament cancelled-Inclement weather conditions 1995 Laura Rolf, North Texas 78-74-73=225 1996 Mary Coleman Hornsby, Baylor 73-75-76=224 1997 Tournament not held due to scheduling conflicts 1998 Catrin Joyce, Lamar 77-78=155 1999 Angie Yoon, Nevada 78-78-79=235 Alessandra Perez, A&M-Corpus Christi 79-76-73=228 2000 2001 Randi Gauthier, North Texas 79-72-75=226 2002 Tessie Simar, McNeese State 75=75 2003 Tournament not held due to scheduling conflict 2004 Tournament not held due to scheduling conflict Spr. 2005 Casey Cain, Lamar 74-75=149 Fall 2005 Jessica Garza, Centenary 73-74-77=224

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Honors and Awards ALL-AMERICA 1983 Dawn Coe 1984 Lori Brock 1987 !Jennifer Wyatt 1989 $Elsabe Hefer 1993 !Louisa Bergsma !-honorable mention $-second team ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1985 Manon Larose Leslie Price 1986 Gail Anderson Leslie Price 1987 Andrea Brown Allyson Saunders 1989 Andrea Brown Elsabe Hefer Cynthia Ho 1990 Kim Brozer Elsabe Hefer Cynthia Ho 1991 Kim Brozer Elsabe Hefer 1998 Kelli Edinger CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VI 2005 Casey Cain ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE 1992 Louisa Bergsma—First Team Katharina Larson—First Team Kim Broser—First Team 1993 Louisa Bergsma—First Team Andrea Dobson—First Team Karen Saevarsdottir—First Team 1994 Andrea Dobson—First Team Melissa Isham—First Team Bresha Marshall,—First Team Karen Saevarsdottir—First Team 1995 Andrea Dobson—First Team Shirin Hornecker—First Team Bresha Marshall—First Team 1996 Shirin Hornecker—First Team Karen Saevarsdottir—First Team Lotte Moeller—First Team 1997 Lotte Moeller—First Team 1998 Kristen Berney—First Team ACADEMIC ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE 1990 Kim Brozer Cece Garbade Elsabe Hefer Cynthia Ho Michelle Singleton 1991 Louisa Bergsma Kim Brozer Elsabe Hefer Katharina Larsson Madeleine Nystrom Michelle Singleton Rachel Tarpley 1992 Kim Brozer

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Katharina Larsson Rachel Tarpley Louisa Bergsma Melissa Isham Melissa Isham Allison Kirkpatrick Kelly Kirkpatrick Kelly Kirkpatrick Janean Barrett Kelly Kirkpatrick Janean Barrett Kelli Edinger Leah Grigsby Lotte Moeller

ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 2002 Catrin Joyce—1st Team Casey Cain—2nd Team Helen Kunick—2nd Team 2003 Casey Cain—1st Team Tanya Niblett—2nd Team 2004 Casey Cain—1st Team Nicole Nall—3rd Team 2005 Casey Cain—1st Team Hillary Zeigler—1st Team Christa Gunn—2nd Team 2006 Therese Nilsson—1st Team Hillary Zeigler—2nd Team 2007 Therese Nilsson—1st Team Hillary Zeigler—2nd Team Linda Persson—2nd Team 2008 Therese Nilsson—1st Team Hillary Zeigler—1st Team Linda Persson—2nd Team 2009 Therese Nilsson—1st Team Channing Norton—2nd Team 2010 Linda Persson—2nd Team 2011 Stine Pedersen—1st Team Julie Aime—2nd Team 2012 Julie Aime—2nd Team ACADEMICALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 2004 Casey Cain 2005 Casey Cain 2007 Therese Nilsson Hillary Zeigler

2008 2009 2011

Therese Nilsson Hillary Zeigler Therese Nilsson Channing Norton Stine Pedersen

STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2004 Casey Cain—Southland 2005 Casey Cain—Southland 2009 Therese Nilsson—Southland 2011 Stine Pedersen—Southland 2009

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Therese Nilsson—Southland

2005 2006 2007

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Hillary Zeigler—Southland Therese Nilsson—Southland Linda Persson—Southland

2003 2005

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Christina Gushanas—Southland Christa Gunn—Southland

COACHING HONORS National Coach of the Year 1991 Pat Park West Region Coach of the Year 1991 Pat Park Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year 1994 Laura Myers 1996 Laura Myers Southland Conference Coach of the Year 2003 Brad McMakin 2005 Brian White BABE ZAHARIAS/JOHN GRAY AWARD 1980 Lynne Cooke 1990 Elsabe Hefer 1992 Louisa Bergsma 1996 Janean Barrett 2003 Tanya Niblett 2004 Casey Cain

Casey Cain was named First-Team All-Southland Conference three times.

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Lamar Cardinals’ Golf History The Lamar University men's golf program started when the university achieved senior college status for the 1951-52 season. Over the past five decades, the Cardinals have won seven National Championships, 34 conference titles and sent several players to the PGA Tour. Dr. Lewis Hilley, who would also serve as Lamar's athletic director from 1955-62, was the first men's golf coach at Lamar. He guided the Cardinals to 10 Lone Star Conference Championships from 1953-63. The Cardinals really burst onto the national scene in 1956 by winning the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) National Championship. That started a string of five NAIA titles in six years from 1956 to 1961. Fred "Butch" Baird was the first Lamar golfer to make a name for himself on the PGA Tour. He was part of four Lone Star championship teams and won individual medalist honors in 1955. He was a successful member of the PGA Tour for a number of years and the Senior PGA Tour. A change to the Southland Conference for the 1964 season didn't alter the success of the program as the Cardinals proceeded to win 10 straight conference titles from 1964-73. That makes a run of 20 straight conference titles dating back to the Lone Star Conference days. The Cardinals domination came to fruition in the late 1960s led by the threesome of Johnny Barlow, Mike Garrison and Mike Nugent. Barlow captured SLC medalist honors in 1965 and Nugent was the 1967 medalist. Garrison was a two-time medalist in 1966 and 1968. Lamar tied for third at the 2007 NCAA Championships in Williamsburg, Va. Lamar golf reached its pinnacle in 1967 by winning the NCAA College Division National Championship. Coach Dan Rogas led the Cardinals to a repeat performance in ishing among the Top 125 on the money list every year since 2009. 1968, producing back-to-back NCAA College Division National Championships. Nugent, Lamar won its 20th SLC title in 2006 as head coach Brad McMakin would earn his who finished runner-up in 1967, took individual medalist honors at the 1968 National fifth SLC Coach of the Year honor. Casey Clendenon was named SLC Player of the Year Championship Tournament, which was played at Tyrrell Park Golf Course in Beaumont. in 2006 and Oliver Bekker earned SLC Freshman of the Year honors. Dawie Van Der Lamar flexed its Southland domination again in the 1980s, winning three straight Walt, who finished fourth as an individual at the 2006 NCAA Championships, was named SLC titles from 1981-83. Ronnie Black, a veteran of the PGA Tour, won SLC individual second-team Ping All-America and Dusty Smith earned honorable mention honors from medalist honors in 1981. Rogas retired following the 1981 season and Greg Grost stepped Ping. Bekker was named honorable mention All-America by Golfweek, and Bekker, Clenin and continued the Cardinals success with a pair of SLC titles. Grost left Lamar in the denon and Van Der Walt were named to the Eaton/Golf Pride All-South Central Region fall of 1985 to become the coach at Oklahoma, where he led the Sooners to a National team. Title in 1989. Mike Dirks and Carl Bielstein shared medalist honors in 1982. The following year proved to be one of the most successful in school history. The Lamar finished in a tie for 18th place at the 1985 NCAA Championships, but the Cardinals won their 21st SLC title and placed fourth at the NCAA Central Regional to real story was Cardinal golfer Trevor Dodds finishing fourth individually. He posted a advance to the NCAA Championships. Lamar moved up nine spots on the final day to tie pair of 67s, the lowest rounds by any golfer at the championships. Dodds won his first for third place, the Cardinals’ best-ever finish at the NCAA Championships. PGA Tour event in 1998 and finished the season ranked in the Top 35 on the money list. Van Der Walt was named the 2007 SLC Player of the Year and first year head coach PGA Tour veterans Kelly Gibson and Phillip Jonas guided the Cardinals to a then schoolBrian White earned SLC Coach of the Year honors. Four Cardinals were named to the best 7th place finish at the 1986 NCAA ChamAll-Southland Conference First Team. pionships. Lamar would win its third straight SLC team title in 2008 and advance to the NCAA Lamar returned to the Southland ConferCentral Regionals in Columbus, Ohio.White was named SLC Coach of the Year for the ence in 1998 after an 11-year hiatus and resecond straight time, and Clendenon was named First-Team All-Southland Conference. sumed its place among the best programs. The Lamar would capture its 23rd SLC team title in 2009 and advance to its ninth Cardinals won the 2001 SLC Championship straight NCAA Regionals. The Cardinals took sixth at the Southwest Regional in Austin, and received the conference's automatic bid to missing a trip to the NCAA Championships by just three strokes. Xavier Feyaerts was the NCAA Central Regional, where they tied named SLC Freshman of the Year, and three Cardinals earned all-conference accolades, for 18th. Lamar repeated as SLC champions in including a first-team nod for Justin Harding. 2002 and advanced to the NCAA Central Re2011 saw M.J. Daffue become the 17th LU golfer to win individual medalist honors gional, where it tied for 17th. at the Southland Conference Tournament on his way to being named the SLC Player of Lamar made it three straight, capturing the Year. The Cardinals advanced to the NCAA Virginia Tech Regional after finishing the 2003 SLC Championship to receive the second at the conference tournament, with Kevin Hesbois (2nd-team) and Xavier Feyaerts league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Central (3rd-team) also earning all-conference accolades. Regional. The Cardinals finished 13th as a Three all-conference seniors and an outstanding freshman led the Cardinals to the team, three-strokes shy of advancing to the 2012 Southland Conference team title -- the 24th in school history. M.J. Daffue would NCAA Championships. However, Chris Stroud repeat as individual medalist at the conference tournament and picked up three individual tied for fifth at the Central Regional and adwins on his way to being named to the Ping All-Central Region Team and first-team allvanced to the NCAA Championships at Karsten conference. Freshman Luke Jerling was named SLC Freshman of the Year and secondCreek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla. He tied for team all-conference, and he was joined on the second-team by senior Xavier Feyaerts. third place at 2-over 290, which is the best-ever Senior Kevin Hesbois was a third-team all-conference selection. finish by a Lamar golfer. The Cardinals reWhite, who earned his third Southland Coach of the Year honor, guided the Cardiceived an at-large invitation to the 2004 NCAA nals to the NCAA Greensboro Regional where they would finish fourth to earn the Central Regional, Lamar’s fourth straight postschool’s fifth trip to the NCAA Championships. Lamar placed 25th at the NCAA Chamseason appearance, and tied for 20th place. pionships from Riviera Country Club as Daffue closed his outstanding collegiate career John Reigger won individual Stroud won SLC Player of the Year honmedalist honors at the 1985 ors four straight years and became the only with a tie for 29th place.

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four-year first-team All-SLC selection in conference history. Stroud has been a mainstay on the PGA Tour the last four years, including fin-

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Lamar Lady Cardinals’ Golf History Lamar women's golf is rich in tradition and prestige due to several prominent players in the professional golfing ranks. The first star, Clifford Ann Creed, pioneered women's golf at Lamar and went on to receive her LPGA card in 1962. On January, 26, 1991, Creed was inducted into the Cardinal Hall of Honor. She was made a member of the National Golf Coaches Association Hall of Fame two years prior and is a member of the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame. Creed won 11 professional events and was fourth on the LPGA money list in 1962. She was the Western Open Champion, a six-time winner of the Louisiana State Open and a member of the Curtis Cup team. Dawn Coe-Jones, a 1983 All-American for Lamar, won her third career LPGA event in 1995 en route to finishing among the top 25 money winners for the seventh straight year. Coe-Jones was also elected to the Cardinal Hall of Honor in Oct., 1995. She is a 1997 inductee in the National Golf Coaches Association Collegiate Hall of Fame. Two other former Lady Cardinals who enjoyed professional careers are Jennifer Wyatt and Gail Anderson Graham. Wyatt won a LPGA event in 1992 and Graham collected her first victory in 1995 at the Fieldcrest Canon Classic. Graham was inducted into the Cardinal Hall of Honor on Feb. 25, 2000. Other Lamar golfers who have played professionally include Lori Brock, Patty Grant, Lynn Cooke Parker and Dawn Kortage. Coe-Jones led Lamar to the 1983 NCAA Championships where the Lady Cardinals finished seventh as a team. Coe-Jones finished 11th individually, the highest finisher ever for a Lady Cardinal golfer. After sending individuals to the NCAA Championships in 1984 (Lori Brock - 94th place), 1987 (Jennifer Wyatt - T41) and 1989 (Elsabe Hefer - T75), Lamar again competed as a team in 1991. Pat Park, who was instrumental in the building of the Lamar golf program, was named the 1991 National Coach of the Year and West Region Coach of the Year. Lamar once again made a solid showing as it took eighth place. Katharina Larsson (T21) and Louisa Bergsma (T26) both posted top 30 finishes for the Lady Cardinals. Bergsma returned to the NCAA Championships in 1992 as an individual and tied for 37th. Bergsma now serves as the Director of Operations for the Southern Texas PGA, which is located at Cypresswood Golf Club in Spring, Texas. She was part of the 2006 Cardinal Hall of Honor Induction class. For the first time in 1993, Lamar was able to compete for a conference championship as the Sun Belt Conference sponsored women’s golf. Lamar dominated Dawn Coe-Jones the tournament in 1993, winning the team title by 29 strokes behind a medalist performance from Bergsma. Lamar was awarded a trip to the 1993 NCAA Regionals and placed 18th as a team. Bergsma was Lamar’s top finisher, tying for 51st place. In 1994, Lamar was even more impressive at the SBC Tournament, winning by 40 shots. Bresha Marshall took home the individual

title on her way to being named All-SBC. She was joined on the all-conference team by Andrea Dobson, Melissa Isham and Karen Saevarsdottir. Laura Myers also picked up SBC Coach of the Year honors. Dobson and Saevarsdottir each played in the 1994 NCAA Regionals, with Dobson finishing 12th and moving on to the NCAA Championships where she tied for 91st. Gail Graham Lamar made it three Sun Belt titles in a row in 1995 with a 25stroke victory. Dobson took home individual medalist honors for Lamar, and was named All-SBC for the third straight year. Shirin Hornecker and Marshall were also named to the all-conference squad. The Lady Cardinals would win their final SBC title in 1996 as Hornecker won individual medalist honors. Hornecker, Saevarsdottir and Lotte Moeller were named All-SBC, and Myers picked up her second Coach of the Year honor. After leaving the Sun Belt and joining the Southland Conference, Lamar competed for a team title in 2002. While the Lady Cardinals did not win the championship that first year, Catrin Joyce (1st Team), Casey Cain (2nd Team) and Helen Kunick (2nd Team) were all recognized by the league’s coaches. Lamar did pick up a team title in 2003 as Brad McMakin was named SLC Coach of the Year and Cain was named first-team AllSLC. SLC Freshman of the Year Hillary Zeigler won individual medalist honors at the 2005 conference tournament as Lamar won its second Southland title. Brian White was named the SLC Coach of the Year, and Cain was named first-team all-conference for the third straight season. Lamar would defend its crown in 2006 as yet another freshman would win individual medalist honors at the SLC Championships. This time it was Therese Nilsson who would pick up the victory for Lamar on her way to being named Freshman of the Year and firstteam all-conference. Nilsson would complete her four-year career in 2009 as the only Southland Conference player to be named first-team all-conference four times. Lamar just missed out on winning four straight conference titles as the Lady Cardinals finished second at the SLC Tournament in both 2007 and 2008. Senior Stine Pedersen became the third Lady Cardinal to win individual medalist honors at the Southland Conference Championships as she won a sudden-death playoff on the third hole in 2011. Lamar placed second at the tournament, with Pedersen being named first-team all-conference and Julie Aime taking home second-team honors. Julie Aime earned second-team all-conference accolades for the second straight season in 2012 as Lamar took home a third place finish at the Southland Conference Championships. Senior Sarah Nicholas closed her collegiate career with an eighth place finish at the league tournament to lead the Lady Cardinals.


2012-13 Lamar University Men’s Golf Schedule Fall, 2012 Sept. 9-10 Sept. 23-24 Oct. 6-7 Oct. 29-30 Nov. 5-7

Gopher Invitational Windon Memorial Classic David Toms Intercollegiate Royal Oaks Intercollegiate The Gifford Collegiate

Wayzata, Minn. Evanston, Ill. Shreveport, La. Dallas, Texas San Martin, Calif.

Hosted by Minnesota at Spring Hill GC Hosted by Northwestern at Evanston GC Hosted by LSU at Southern Trace CC Hosted by Baylor at Royal Oaks CC Hosted by UCLA at CordeValle Golf Resort

Spring, 2013 Feb. 9-10 Feb. 22-24 March 11-12 March 15-16 March 28-30 Apr. 22-24

SunTrust Gator Invitational Bayou City Collegiate Championship General Hackler Championship Border Olympics U.S. Intercollegiate Southland Conference Champs.

Gainesville, Fla. Humble, Texas Georgetown, S. Car. Laredo, Texas Stanford, Calif. McKinney, Texas

Hosted by Florida at Mark Bostick GC Hosted by Houston at Redstone GC Hosted by Coastal Carolina at DeBordieu Club Hosted by Houston at Laredo CC Hosted by Stanford at Stanford GC Hosted by the SLC at Stonebridge CC

2012-13 Lamar University Women’s Golf Schedule Fall, 2012 Sept. 2-4 Sept. 24-25 Oct. 1-2 Oct. 8-9 Oct. 22-23

Chris Banister Gamecock Classic ULM Fred Marx Invitational ORU Shootout Harold Funston Invitational Blue Raider Invitational

Glencoe, Ala. Monroe, La. Tulsa, Okla. Huntsville, Texas Murfreesboro, Tenn.

Hosted by Jacksonville State at Silver Lakes GC Hosted by Louisiana-Monroe at Bayou DeSiard CC Hosted by Oral Roberts at Meadowbrook GC Hosted by Sam Houston State at Raven Nest GC Hosted by Middle Tennessee State at Old Fort GC

Broussard, La. Corpus Christi, Texas Augusta, Ga. Missouri City, Texas Frisco, Texas

Hosted by McNeese State at Le Triomphe CC Hosted by A&M-Corpus Christi at Corpus Christi CC Hosted by Augusta State at Forest Hills GC Hosted by Houston Baptist at Riverbend CC Hosted by the SLC at Frisco Lakes GC

Spring, 2013 Feb. 17-19 Feb. 25-26 Mar. 15-17 Apr. 1-2 Apr. 15-17

McNeese State Invitational Islanders Classic Insperity Lady Jaguar Inter. HBU Husky Invitational Southland Conference Champs.


2013 LU Golf Information Guide