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Social Media Facebook Memphis Tigers facebook.com/MemphisTigers Baseball facebook.com/MemphisBaseball Men’s Basketball facebook.com/InsideMemphisBasketball Women’s Basketball facebook.com/MemphisWBKB Golf facebook.com/MemphisGolf Men’s Soccer facebook.com/MemphisSoccer Women’s Soccer facebook.com/MemphisWSoccer Softball facebook.com/MemphisSoftball Men’s Tennis facebook.com/MemphisMensTennis Women’s Tennis facebook.com/MemphisWomensTennis Track and Field facebook.com/MemphisTrack Volleyball facebook.com/MemphisVolleyball

Media Quick Facts.....................................................................................8 2011 Schedule................................................................................8 Media Information.........................................................................8 2011 Roster....................................................................................8 Twitter Coaches & Staff Head Coach Kevin Robinson..................................................... 9-10 Assistant Coach Doug Clark......................................................... 11 Support Staff............................................................................... 11 Meet the Tigers Runners Profiles..................................................................... 12-16 2010 Review 2010 Results........................................................................... 17-18 History C-USA Championship History................................................. 19-21 GMC Championship History........................................................ 22 Metro Championship History................................................. 22-23 Conference Finishes.................................................................... 23 Year-By-Year Results............................................................... 24-25 Team Wins................................................................................... 25 Individual Winners...................................................................... 25 All-Time Women’s Roster............................................................ 26 Women’s Coaching History.......................................................... 26 All-Time Men’s Roster................................................................. 27 Men’s Coaching History............................................................... 27 Honors & Awards........................................................................ 27

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Editors: Preston McClellan, Adam K. Moussa, Allison Schatell, Mark Taylor Layout/Covers: Brandon Kolditz Assistance: Lamar Chance, Colby Wilson, Jennifer Rodrigues, Tammy DeGroff, Bob Winn, Jen Rothlisberger, Bryan McEldowney Photography: Photos were taken by professional sports photographers Joe Murphy, Carolyn Andros, Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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University Social Media...................................................................................1 University President.......................................................................2 Athletic Director.............................................................................3 University of Memphis...................................................................4 City of Memphis.............................................................................5 Tiger Traditions...............................................................................6

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts University President - Dr. Shirley C. Raines Dr. Shirley C. Raines became the 11th president of the University of Memphis on July 1, 2001. She is the first woman to hold the presidency of the University, which was founded in 1912. The University is classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a high research university, with almost 23,000 students and 2,500 employees. Previous to her appointment at the University of Memphis, Dr. Raines was Vice Chancellor for Academic Services and Dean of the College of Education at the University of Kentucky. While at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., she received the Distinguished Faculty Member award and has received two research awards from the Eastern Educational Research Association. She is the author of 14 books and numerous journal articles and is widely regarded as an expert in teacher education and early childhood education. During the years of Dr. Raines’ tenure at the University of Memphis, the following building projects have been completed: the FedEx Institute of Technology, the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management, the Student Activities Plaza and fountain, the clock tower, University Services Building with new bookstore, additions to the Carpenter Student Housing Complex, the renovation of Wilder Tower, the University Center, the LivingLearning Residence Complex and relocation of the Law School to the historic downtown location on the Mississippi River. Improvement to athletic facilities have also been a priority with the construction of the Athletic Training Facility, Penny Hardaway Hall of

Fame, Tiger Softball Complex, FedExPark, Frank L. Flautt Golf Center, and upgrades and renovations to the football training facilities, Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium and the Elma Roane Fieldhouse. Described in The Commercial Appeal as “powerful, prepared and personable,” she has become known for her effective work in building productive partnerships on and off the campus. This emphasis has enabled the University to realize significant increases in annual giving to the University. Establishment of the University of Memphis Research Foundation along with the University’s focus on engaged scholarship in the community has facilitated an increase of sponsored research grants and contract awards by almost 100 percent since the beginning of Dr. Raines’ tenure in 2001. Major focus areas of her work with students include an increased emphasis on the retention of students, expansion of the University’s Honors and Emerging Leaders programs, the establishment of a guaranteed internship program for qualified students, living-learning residential and curricular learning communities throughout campus. Dr. Raines served on the board for the NCAA for five years and chaired the Presidential Task Force Oversight and Monitoring Group while also serving on the Board of Directors of C-USA. While Chair of the Board of Directors of C-USA, Dr. Raines led the conference through realignment. Dr. Raines earned her Doctorate in Education and her Master of Science degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Her Bach-

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elor of Science degree is from the University of Tennessee at Martin. She also completed the Management Development Program from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has returned to Harvard for the past four years as a keynote speaker for the Institutes for Higher Education addressing new university presidents and chancellors. A native of Bells, Tenn., she is married to retired professor, Dr. Robert J. Canady. In his retirement, he is a stained glass artist and a private pilot. Bob and Shirley are the parents of four adult children and five grandchildren.

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R.C. Johnson came aboard in February of 1996 and immediately set forth in bringing U of M Tigers athletics into national prominence. Over the last 15 years, the dynamic administrator has built Memphis into a nationally-recognized athletics program that has participated in five bowl games and has competed in 14 postseason men’s basketball tournaments. Under Johnson’s direction, donations to the department have risen steadily and more than $7 million has been raised each of the last three years. Also, in the last eight years under Johnson, the Tigers have captured 17 total Conference USA titles in men’s basketball, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, women’s golf and men’s track and field. The men’s basketball program has garnered five regular-season titles (2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009) and five C-USA Tournament championships (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011), while the women’s soccer program claimed consecutive league championships in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. Men’s soccer won the C-USA Tournament in 2004, while the men’s outdoor track and field and women’s golf programs claimed league championships in 2007. While he has already spearheaded two major capital campaigns that raised over $21 million in private funds for athletic department projects, Johnson announced in June 2011 a major capital campaign to directly benefit the Tigers football program. “Vision for Victory,” as it is billed, was developed to raise $10 million for a 74,000-squarefoot indoor practice facility, design upgrades for the current facility and the resurfacing of the current grass fields. Johnson’s previous capital campaigns included a $12.9 million effort that benefitted nearly every area of the Memphis Athletic Department. Included in the project was an addition to the Ath-

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letic Office Building, which includes the Anfernee Hardaway Hall of Fame, a weight room and turf practice field for the football program, FedExPark for the baseball program that was unveiled for the 2010 season, the Frank L. Flautt golf practice facility, a renovation of the Finch Center men’s basketball practice facility as well as a renovation of the women’s basketball and volleyball locker rooms. Johnson’s first capital campaign was previously the largest fund-raising effort in the history of Memphis athletics. The $8 million campaign included a new 8,000-square-foot football and basketball office complex addition, the Larry O. Finch basketball practice facility, which is still considered one of the best in the country, and a complete renovation of the Murphy Athletic Complex. During his tenure, Johnson has created the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll, the Tiger Scholarship Fund Board of Directors and the Athletic Director’s Ambassador’s Club. The Ambassador’s Club, which started with two members in 1997, has reached an all-time high of 41 members under Johnson. A significant revenue source for Tigers Athletics, members of the Ambassador’s Club pledge to commit $500,000. In June 2007, Johnson inked a lucrative longterm contract extension with Learfield Sports, which enabled Tiger Sports Properties to retain the multimedia rights for Memphis Athletics through 2017. The Tigers signed on with Learfield Sports in 2001, granting the partner radio and television rights, athletic venue signage, game day promotions and sponsorships, as well as the official athletic department website. Terms for the contract call for the Tigers to receive a financial guarantee each year of the agreement and to participate in annual revenue sharing. In 2008, the U of M entered into a five-year, $11.3 million partnership with Nike to provide shoes, apparel and equipment for all Memphis athletic teams. A believer in academic excellence as well as athletic success and national prominence, Johnson leads a department that set school records this past

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year with 56 percent of its student-athletes achieving a 3.0 or higher during the 2010 fall semester (196 student-athletes) and a departmental GPA of 3.01 for the 2011 spring semester. Seven teams achieved their highest semester GPAs during the 2010-11 academic year. In May 2010, 48 studentathletes earned degrees, marking the largest group for one ceremony since 2002 when the athletic academic services department began keeping records. Before taking at Memphis, Johnson was responsible for directing a Temple program with more than 500 student-athletes in 20 men’s and women’s intercollegiate sports, including nationally-visible programs in men’s basketball and football. He was named Temple’s director of athletics on May 9, 1994, after serving nearly six years as director of athletics at Miami (Ohio) University. He had also previously led the department at Eastern Illinois from 1980-88, and was the associate athletic director at Northern Iowa from 1974-80. A former football coach himself, Johnson served as an assistant at Mankato State University from 1968-74. He coached at Youngstown State University during the 1967 and 1968 seasons after serving as an assistant coach at Northern Iowa (1965-67) and the University of Iowa (1963-65). An Ottawa, Ill., native, Johnson holds his bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Iowa in 1965 and earned his master’s degree in physical education from the University of Northern Iowa in 1967. Johnson is a member of the National Association of College Directors of Athletics and serves on the NCAA Leadership Council. A veteran administrator in Conference USA, Johnson sits on both the C-USA Bowl Committee and the league’s Finance Committee. In addition, he is a member of the University of Memphis President’s Council. He was appointed by Governor Haslam to the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Board. Johnson and his wife, Melba, have three children: Jeff, P.A. and Michelle; five grandchildren and one great grandson.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts University For almost a century the University of Memphis has been a catalyst for progress in the city of Memphis, the state of Tennessee and the surrounding Mid-South region. From its inception as a normal school dedicated to the education of public school teachers, to its role today as an educator of technologically-savvy graduates who face a complex world, the University of Memphis has always fulfilled its current mission while looking forward to and planning for its future. Exceptional students from Tennessee, from every other state in the nation and from almost 100 countries around the world choose to attend the University of Memphis. They come here on the recommendation of their major professors at European universities; they come here to study subjects that are offered nowhere else; they come to study alongside men and women who are recognized and respected throughout the academic and scientific communities as foremost in their fields. Ever forward-looking, the University of Memphis is poised to enter one of its most historic and productive periods. From the faculty and staff we have in place to our alumni and benefactors, our “people assets” have never been more willing, able and generous in their efforts to build an academic environment that makes a life-long impact on the young minds at the U of M. The University of Memphis was founded under the auspices of the General Education Bill, enacted by the Tennessee Legislature in 1909. Known originally as West Tennessee State Normal School, the institution opened its doors Sept. 10, 1912, with Dr. Seymour A. Mynders as president. Students in the first classes selected blue and gray as the school colors and the tiger as the mascot. Tradition holds that the colors, those of the opposing armies during the Civil War, were chosen in commemoration of the reuniting of the country after that divisive conflict. Over the next decade, The Desoto yearbook was created, the first library was opened in the Administration Building, the first dining hall was built and the first men’s dorm was built; today that dorm, Scates Hall, houses the College of Arts and Sciences’ Dean’s offices. In 1925, the name of the college changed to West Tennessee State Teachers College. Three years later, the Brister Library was built, named after two-term president John W. Brister. In 1931, the students created a campus newspaper, The Tiger Rag, and in 1935, the school’s agriculture department was discontinued. The college changed names again in 1941, becoming Memphis State College, and in 1946, J. Millard “Jack” Smith became president — the first alumnus to hold the position. In 1950, grad-

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uate studies were initiated, and in 1954, the school switched from a quarter to a semester system. In 1957, the state legislature designated Memphis State full university status. In 1959, the university admitted its first African American students, and the first doctoral programs began in 1966. The 1970s, under President Cecil C. Humphreys, saw new buildings constructed across the campus, including a University Center and a 12-story library. In 1983, MSU became the first public university in Tennessee to gain accreditation of its entire curriculum. The 1990s were characterized by another name change and another building boom. In 1994, MSU became the University of Memphis, and the Ned R. McWherter Library was completed. Moving into the 21st century, the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management and the FedEx Institute of Technology have made their mark on the University landscape. Today, the University of Memphis is one of Tennessee’s three comprehensive doctoral-extensive institutions of higher learning. Situated in a beautiful park-like setting in the state’s largest city, it is the flagship of the Tennessee Board of Regents system. It awards more than 3,000 degrees annually. With an enrollment of almost 23,000 students, The University of Memphis has 26 Chairs of Excellence, more than any other Tennessee university, and five state-approved Centers of Excellence.

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President Dr. Shirley C. Raines Founded 1912 as West Tennessee State Normal School Campus Size 1,160 acres and 202 buildings at eight sites Operating Budget $439 million Local Economic Impact $1.5 billion Enrollment (for Fall 2010) Total......................................................... 22,421 Undergraduate........................................ 17,510 Graduate.................................................... 4,478 Law School.................................................... 433 Full-time....................................................... 68% Part-time...................................................... 32% Workforce Approximately 2,500 employees including 870 full-time faculty Colleges & Schools • Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law • College of Arts & Sciences • College of Communication and Fine Arts • College of Education • Fogelman College of Business and Economics • Graduate School • Herff College of Engineering • Loewenberg School of Nursing • School of Communuication Sciences and Disorders • School of Public Health • University College Degrees • 17 bachelor’s degrees in more than 50 majors and 70 concentrations • Master’s degrees in over 55 subjects • Doctoral degrees in 23 disciplines • Specialist degree in education • Juris Doctor (law degree) • Online degree program

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Considered the “Home of the Blues” and the “Birthplace of Rock ‘n Roll,” the city of Memphis’ musical roots run deep. However, music is just a chapter in the history as well as the future of the city located in the heart of Mid-America. Memphis, named after the capital of ancient Egypt, has big city amenities with a small-town feel. Whether you are a hardcore sports enthusiast, a history buff, a music aficionado, or you just like to relax and watch as boats travel the Mississippi River, Memphis has something for everyone. Downtown Memphis has continued to grow and thrive, and two of the most visible projects have been the construction of AutoZone Park and FedExForum. AutoZone Park is the home of the Memphis Redbirds, the St. Louis Cardinals’ Triple-A club. The 14,320-seat stadium includes 1,500 club seats, 48 luxury suites and is located at the corner of Third Street and Union Avenue across from the worldfamous Peabody Hotel. The Memphis Tigers baseball team also plays some of its most high-profile opponents in the top-notch facility. The city’s newest downtown project is FedExForum, an entertainment arena that houses both the Memphis Grizzlies of the National Basketball Association and the University of Memphis men’s basketball team. The $250 million state-ofthe-art arena features a 35,000-square-foot outdoor plaza where fans of all ages can gather before an event. The arena has over 100 points of sale for concession stands and four full-service restaurants. FedExForum is located one block south of Beale Street. Memphis’ musical roots can be traced to band leader W.C. Handy, who wrote the first blues song here in 1909, a campaign theme for Memphis mayor “Boss” Crump called “Boss Crump Blues” and later published as the “The Memphis Blues.” The sound soon caught on and blues bands filled the clubs along Beale. Young musicians who have performed along Beale include Muddy Waters, Furry Lewis, Albert King, Bobby “Blue” Bland and B.B. King. Beale Street has rapidly become the entertainment center of Memphis, and visitors and locals alike enjoy the food and music offered in the various nightclubs. Where Beale Street meets the Mississippi River is Tom Lee Park, site of the annual Beale Street Music Festival. The weekend-long event is just a part of the month-long Memphis in May International Festival, which also includes the World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest and the Sunset Symphony. Located within a block of Beale is Gibson Guitar Memphis, which includes factory tours and cultural exhibits. Across the street is the Smithsonian’s Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum located at the FedExForum, which includes artifacts documenting music’s past. Memphis’ musical roots also include Stax and Hi-Records as well as Sun Records recording studio. Stax became known for “sweet soul mu-

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sic” through such artists as the MarKeys, Booker T. and the MGs, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam and Dave and Isaac Hayes. The Stax Museum reopened on its original location at McLemore and Crump in the summer of 2003 and offers visitors a complete history of “Soulsville USA.” One of Hi-Records’ premier artists was Al Green. Sun Records’ most famous recording artist was Elvis Presley and also boasted Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash among its recording artists. Elvis Presley’s Graceland is one of the five most-visited home tours in America and is the most famous home in the United States after the White House. In 1991, Graceland was placed on the National Register of Historical Places. Over 600,000 visitors tour Graceland each year. Also located downtown is the beautiful Orpheum Theater, which serves as a venue for performances by Ballet Memphis, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and traveling Broadway shows, as well as the Orpheum Classic Movies series and other concerts. The city’s location makes Memphis a major distribution hub with two interstate highways intersecting the city. Memphis is also home of FedEx, the nation’s largest package carrier which makes Memphis International Airport the world’s busiest cargo airport. Over 500 commercial passenger flights originate from Memphis International each day. Ranked by The Sporting News as one of the “Top 50 Sports Cities In the Country,” the city of Memphis is a large metropolitan city with a hometown feel. From its big-city industry such as FedEx and the Memphis International Airport to

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Memphis Is... • Named for its Egyptian sister city on the Nile • The largest city in Tennessee & the 17th largest city in the United States • Centered in the middle of the nation’s population • The Pork BBQ Capital of the world • The home of The Pyramid, the third largest pyramid in the world • Ranked by the travel industry as one of the top 20 destinations for an athletic event • Ranked as one of the nation’s top 10 convention centers and locations • The nation’s largest spot cotton-trading market • The hardwood capital of the world • The home of the world’s largest cargo airport • The third-largest rail center in the United States • The fourth-largest inland port in the United States • Home to the Memphis Zoo, one of only four zoos in the United States to exhibit giant pandas. • The 47th Best Sports City according to the Sporting News 2009 list.

its family recreation areas such as Shelby Farms and the Memphis Zoo, our city boasts all the amenities you would expect in a city with over 1 million residents, while retaining the charm and down-to-earth feel of a small town.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Tiger Traditions When the University of Memphis first fielded a football team in the fall of 1912, no one had selected a nickname for the squad. Early references to the football team tabbed them only as the Blue and Gray Warriors of West Tennessee Normal School. After the final game of the 1914 season, there was a student parade. During this event, several Normal students shouted, “We fight like Tigers.” The nickname was born. More and more the nickname “Tigers” was used, particularly in campus publications. But, it did not catch on with the newspapers downtown. They continued to use “Normals” or the “Blue and Gray” when referring to the University. In the late 1920s, student publications and downtown newspapers began referring to the football team as the “Teachers” or “Tutors.” The Tigers nickname would return, but not until 1939 was it finally adopted as the official nickname for the University of Memphis. For nearly 40 years, the sideline mascot for the University of Memphis has been a Bengal Tiger named TOM. TOM attends all Tigers football home games, and he can also be found at many other University events throughout the year. TOM travels in style in a custom-designed, climate-controlled trailer and always with police escort. As one of only two universities in America with a live tiger mascot, The University of Memphis is unique in its Tiger tradition. As a project of the Highland Hundred, no public or University funds are used to provide for TOM’s needs, and no University resources are required in his care. TOM is a powerful and majestic symbol of the University of Memphis, and his presence presents constant opportunities to educate Tigers fans young and old through the preservation of one of

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Stand Firm, O Alma Mater Through All The Years To Come; In Days Of Youth And Beauty Thy Halls Have Been Our Home. In Time Of Preparation Great Lessons Didst Thou Teach Till Now O Alma Mater, The Stars We’ll Strive To Reach. Lead On, O Alma Mater They Sons To Highways, Give Light And Truth Unto Them For All Their Coming Days. To Thee We’ll Give All Honor, Our Hopes Abide In Thee, For Thou, O Alma Mater, Hast Made Us Ever Free.

the world’s most recognizable endangered species. The first Tiger, TOM, was procured by the Highland Hundred football boosters in 1972 and served the U of M faithfully for nearly 20 years until passing away in February of 1992. The Highland Hundred officially presented TOM to the University in a ceremony at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium on Nov. 11, 1972, during a football game against the University of Cincinnati. TOM had initially been named ‘Shane’ at the suggestion of the breeder’s daughter. Once in Memphis, though, a contest was held to name the mascot. More than 2,500 entries were submitted. The list was ultimately reduced to two choices, Shane and TOM, which stands for Tigers Of Memphis. TOM won. In the fall of 1991, the Highland Hundred Tiger Guard received TOM II as a gift from Tom and Carolyn Atchison of Florence, Ala. TOM II served

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Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory, Be A Winner Thru And Thru; Fight Tigers, Fight Cause We’re Going All The Way -Fight, Fight For The Blue And Gray And Say -Let’s Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory. See Our Colors Bright And True; It’s Fight Now Without A Fear, Fight Now Let’s Shout A Cheer, Shout For Dear Memphis U. (Yell) Go Tigers Go Go Tigers Go Yea -- Tiger Go!

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his university with pride for 17 years through 2008, passing away on Oct. 15 of that year. Shortly after TOM II’s death, the Tiger Guard began the search for a new tiger to serve as TOM III, and a stroke of good luck was realized in a discussion with the Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue & Educational Center in Rock Springs, Wis. Faced with three new cubs born Aug. 31, 2008, after an unexpected pregnancy at their facility, founders Jeff Kozlowski and Jenny Meyer offered to donate one of their young tigers to serve as TOM III. TOM III was introduced at a press conference on Nov. 17, 2008, and the Tiger Guard officially presented him to the University on Nov. 22 during a football game against the UCF.

The Logo The University of Memphis’ official logo was redesigned by Craig Thompson from Disciple Design in Memphis, Tenn. The original logo was an MSU with a leaping Tiger coming out from behind the letter. The new logo is an “M” with a leaping Tiger coming up over the center of the “M.”

School Colors The University of Memphis’ official school colors of Blue and Gray were selected in the early 1900s. The colors were chosen in an effort to show unity in a nation that was still recovering from the effects of the Civil War. The student body thought that by picking the colors of the North and the South, the school would show a togetherness among all students.

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Coaches & Staff Head Coach Kevin Robinson.......9-10 Assistant Coach Doug Clark........... 11 Support Staff................................. 11 Meet the Tigers Runners Profiles.......................12-16 2010 Review 2010 Results.............................17-18 History C-USA Championship History...19-21 GMC Championship History.......... 22 Metro Championship History...22-23 Conference Finishes...................... 23 Year-By-Year Results.................24-25 Team Wins..................................... 25 Individual Winners........................ 25 All-Time Women’s Roster.............. 26 Women’s Coaching History............ 26 All-Time Men’s Roster................... 27 Men’s Coaching History................. 27 Honors & Awards.......................... 27

Media Information Practice/Interviews All cross country practices are closed to the media. However, special arrangements can be made by contacting the Athletic Media Relations Office at least 24 hourse prior to practice time. All interviews with head coach Kevin Robinson and cross country coach Doug Clark are conducted through the Athletic Media Relations office. Player interviews can also be coordinated throughout the season.

2011 Cross Country Schedule Sept 3 Sept 17 Oct 1 Oct 15 Oct 31 Nov 12 Nov 21

Memphis Twilight Classic Memphis, Tenn. (Mike Rose Soccer Complex) Vanderbilt Invitational Nashville, Tenn. Rhodes Invitational Memphis, Tenn. (Shelby Farms Park, Gate 8) Chile Pepper Festival Fayetteville, Ark. Conference USA Championships Houston, Texas NCAA Regionals Tuscaloosa, Ala. NCAA Championship Terre Haute, Ind.

2011 Men’s Cross Country Roster NAME Austin Carter Fabian Fiege Keanan Joyner Daniel Kuhman James Maglasang Justin Pinkston Jeremy Rice Trent Scott Phillip Scruggs Robert Skinner Darrik Turner Zachary Turner Julien Wolf

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Hometown/Last School Louisville, Ky./Saint Xavier HS Duesseldorf, Germany/St. Ursula Gymnasium McDonough, Ga./Eagle’s Landing HS Elyria, Ohio/Elyria Catholic HS Paducah, Ky./St. Mary’s Memphis, Tenn./Cordova HS Prospect, Ky./North Oldham HS Bartlett, Tenn./Bartlett HS Memphis, Tenn./Tulane Memphis, Tenn./Lausanne Collegiate School Brighton, Tenn./Brighton HS Memphis, Tenn./Christian Brothers HS Ratingen, Germany/Heine Gymnasium

2011 Women’s Cross Country Roster NAME Jasmine Darden Alisha Fitch Laura Hill Jenny Johnston Louisa Lingley Meagan Nichols Erica Owen Nandia Taylor

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Hometown/Last School Charlotte, Tenn./Creek Wood HS Bartlett, Tenn./Bolton HS Collierville, Tenn./Houston HS Middle Island, N.Y./Longwood HS Amersham, England/The Amersham School Arlington, Tenn./St. Benedict at Auburndale Rogers, Ark./Rogers HS Chattanooga, Tenn./Girls Preparatory School

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Tigers on the Web The official athletic website of the University of Memphis is www. gotigersgo.com. Media information, such as news releases, statistics, etc., are all available on the website. C-USA Website Additional information about Conference USA and its member institutions can be obtained by logging on to www.conferenceusa.com. The conference site has up-to-date statistics and rankings of all league schools.

Arkansas (1) Erica Owen Georgia (1) Keanan Joyner

Kentucky (3) Austin Carter, James Maglasang, Jeremy Rice

State/Country Ohio (1) Daniel Kuhman

England (1) Louisa Lingley

Tennessee (11) Jasmine Darden, Alisha Fitch, Laura Hill, Meagan Nichols, Justin Pinkston, Trent Scott, Phillip Scruggs, Robert Skinner, Nandia Taylor, Darrik Turner, Zachary Turner

Germany (2) Fabian Fiege, Julien Wolf

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Quick Facts General Information School:.............The University of Memphis Location:.......................... Memphis, Tenn. Founded:............................................ 1912 Enrollment:..................................... 22,421 Affiliation:......................... NCAA Division I Conference:...................... Conference USA Nickname:........................................ Tigers Colors:..................................... Blue & Gray Track Facility:............ Billy J. Murphy Track President:....................... Dr. Shirley Raines Athletic Director:...................R.C. Johnson Web Site:................ www.GoTigersGo.com www.Memphis.edu Coaching Staff Head Track Coach:............ Kevin Robinson (University of Memphis, 1998) Tenure at Memphis:...... 6th yr head coach 10th yr at Memphis XC/Dist. Coach:.........................Doug Clark (Central Missouri State, 1981, 3rd yr) Team Information 2010 Conference Finish:............ 7th/8 (M) 10th/12 (W) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......8/3 (M) 7/3 (W) Media Relations Cross Country Contact:......Allison Schatell Office Phone:.................... (901) 678-4640 Mobile Phone:.................. (678) 571-7251 E-mail:................... lschtell@memphis.edu Media Relations Fax:........ (901) 678-4134 Address:................570 Normal, Room 203 ...................................Memphis, TN 38152 Social Media Facebook:... facebook.com/MemphisTrack facebook.com/MemphisTigers Twitter:............... twitter.com/TigersMedia YouTube:.........youtube.com/SIDMemphis FourSquare:.foursquare.com/TigersMedia

Class Breakdown Seniors (2) Jasmine Darden, Robert Skinner Juniors (3) Louisa Lingley, Trent Scott, Phillip Scruggs Sophomores (9) Alisha Fitch, Laura Hill, Jenny Johnston, James Maglasang, Meagan Nichols, Justin Pinkston, Nandia Taylor, Darrik Turner, Zachary Turner Freshmen (7) Austin Carter, Fabian Fiege, Keanan Joyner, Daniel Kuhman, Erica Owen, Jeremy Rice, Julien Wolf

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Since taking over in July 2006, Kevin Robinson has transformed the Memphis track and field program into a national power and perennial Conference USA contender. In all, Robinson has seen his athletes set more than 30 school records, earn 43 C-USA individual titles and pile up more than 240 all-conference performances during his first five years. Robinson began his U of M coaching career in 2003 as an assistant with the program, specializing in field events. Since returning to his alma mater, he has guided nine athletes to the NCAA Championships in 21 events and seen his competitors earn 13 All-America citations, including Memphis greats Gaute Myklebust and Gail Lee. A two-time Conference USA

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1993 Great Midwest Conference Newcomer of the Year 1994 C-USA Indoor Athlete of the Year Seven-time C-USA/GMC Champion C-USA hammer champion three years in a row (1996-98) Seven-time NCAA Outdoor Qualifier Set school records in indoor shot put, indoor weight throw, outdoor shot put and hammer

Male Outdoor Athlete of the Year and the school record-holder in the shot put and discus throw, Myklebust became Memphis’ first All-American in more than 20 years with a fourth-place finish in the discus at the 2004 NCAA Championships. Lee represented the Lady Tigers at the NCAA Championships four times and

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letes and another for field competitors. King’s fellow shot putter, Sivan Aballi, and pentathlete Charlotte Abrahamsen also represented the Blue and Gray at the 2008 NCAA Indoor Championships. Abrahamsen remains the only multi-sport competitor in school history to compete in the NCAA Indoor Championships, where she earned All-America distinction. Following the 2008 outdoor season, King and Lee represented Memphis in the shot put at the United States Olympic Trials. King finished sixth, just missing a topthree mark needed to qualify for the U.S. Olympic squad. Lee also represented the U of M well, finishing ninth. In 2009, Nerdal qualified in the weight throw for the NCAA Indoor Championships and was the first Memphis male athlete in 25 years to advance to the NCAA Indoor Championships. He finished second in the weight throw, becoming the first male indoor All-American in school history. Nerdal capped off his sterling career in 2010 when he cemented his legacy with his fourth All-American performance and bolstered Robinson’s reputation as one of the best coaches in the country at developing throwers. In addition to Nerdal’s C-USA titles in the discus and hammer throw, Seth Major claimed his fourth C-USA medal, and Knut Syversen was a provisional qualifier and medalist during the indoor season. In all, 27 medals were awarded to 16 athletes at the 2010 CUSA Indoor and Outdoor Championships, led by Richard Lowe with four medals and Nerdal and Alex Sweet each with three. Robert Jackson, Major, Syversen and Stephan Ender each received two medals. Nerdal’s consecutive runner-up performances in the weight throw at the NCAA Championships was the first time a Tiger had that high of a finish in

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2007 C-USA Coach of the Year 13 All-Americans 21 NCAA Championship Participants Three NCAA Regional Champions 2007 C-USA Men’s Outdoor Championship 43 C-USA Champions 241 All-C-USA Honorees

became the school’s first female track and field All-American in almost 30 years, finishing 10th with a 16.62-meter (51-00.00) discus toss in 2005. Upon assuming head coaching duties in July 2006, Robinson immediately elevated the program to greater heights, leading Memphis to its first men’s conference title with a victory over UTEP at the C-USA Outdoor Championships. In addition to earning CUSA Coach of the Year honors, Robinson saw four Tigers (Willie Green, Steffen Nerdal, Amaechi Oselwuke and Brandon Winbush) win at least one outdoor title and nine competitors qualify for NCAA Regionals. That season, Robinson sent three athletes to the NCAA Championships, with Nerdal advancing to the outdoor competition in just his freshman year and Lee earning her second indoor All-American honor with a sixth-place finish in the shot put. More success followed, especially in throwing events, in 2008. Under Robinson’s tutelage, Nerdal returned to the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the hammer throw, earning his first All-America accolade with a sixth-place, 68.21-meter (223-09) toss. Susan King qualified for the shot put in both the NCAA indoor and outdoor competitions and earned two All-America citations. King’s 16.91-meter (5505.75) toss at the NCAA Indoor Championships earned her a fourth-place honor. Her performance at the NCAA Outdoor Championships was even better, as King was the runner-up in the shot put with a 17.68-meter (58-00.25) toss. Her second-place showing in the shot put remains the highest finish in school history by a Lady Tiger at the NCAA Championships. King was also named the C-USA Outdoor Track and Field Female Athlete of the Year in 2008, the final year that only one award was presented before the conference started awarding one honor for track ath-

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts H e a d C oac h K e v i n R o b i n s o n back-to-back championships appearances. In the 2011 campaign, Lowe, under Robinson’s direction, was named C-USA Male Track Athlete of the Year. Lowe finished his collegiate career at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, where he finished seventh in the 400m hurdles in a time of 50.99s and became Robinson’s 31st athlete to merit All-America status. A former Memphis studentathlete, Robinson is one of the most decorated track and field athletes in the program’s history, exhibiting prowess in the shot put, weight and hammer throws. As a freshman, he won the shot put at the Great Midwest Conference (GMC) Indoor Championships in 1994, the final year Memphis competed in that league. In his debut season in Conference USA in 1995, Robinson, then a sophomore, was named the C-USA Athlete of the Year at the league’s indoor championships, winning the weight throw title and finishing second in the shot put. In both his sophomore and senior campaigns, Robinson won C-USA indoor titles in the weight and hammer throws. Robinson is part of an elite C-USA group of only eight male athletes that have won three or more CUSA outdoor titles in the same event (hammer throw, 1996-98). A four-time C-USA Athlete of the Week award recipient, Robinson also qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships in 1997 and 1998 in seven combined events. In 1998, Robinson was named the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year and an NSCA All-American. That same season, he finished 13th in the shot put (57-4.25) at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Robinson also qualified for the 2000 Olympic Trials in the shot put and weightlifting. In total, Robinson owns

six combined Conference USA titles in the weight and hammer throws and an additional Great Midwest Conference title in the shot put. When Robinson graduated in 1998, he held school records in the indoor and outdoor shot out, 35-pound weight throw and hammer throw. The only record he still holds today is the indoor shot put (18.06m/59-3), a testament to both his coaching and athletic skill. A native of Perryville, Mo., Robinson earned his degree in exercise and sport science from Memphis in 1998, and after graduation, became an assistant coach at Southern Illinois, where he worked from 1998-2002. During his time in Carbondale, Ill., Robinson’s athletes set three conference records and six school marks, and Robinson also helped produce nine NCAA Regional qualifiers, two All-Americans and an Olympic Trials competitor. In 2003, Robinson gained certification in CPR, AED and as an AFAA professional personal trainer. He has since become an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Robinson and his wife, Dawn, have three children: Sebastian, Tristan and Matthias. They reside in Hernando, Miss.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Doug Clark Year at Memphis: .................................3rd Birthdate: ............................................ ??? Hometown ............................................ ?? Alma Mater: .Central Missouri State, 1981

Coaching Highlights • •

The 2011 campaign marks Doug Clark’s third season in command of the distance runners for the Tigers track and field/ cross country program. This year, in cross country, he looks to improve upon the squad’s successes in 2010. Last season was highlighted by James Maglasang recording the first individual Tiger victory in a meet in six years on the men’s side, and women’s team earning a return trip to the NCAA South Regional for the first time since 2005. Clark joined the Memphis staff in 2009 with a lengthy resume. He has coached All-Americans in cross country, as well as in the 1500m, mile, 3000m, 3000m steeplechase, 5000m and distance medley relay. He has also coached an NCAA Champion in the 3000m steeplechase and an Olympian in the 1500m. Prior to Memphis, Clark spent nine years at Kansas. In Clark’s last five seasons with the Jayhawks, the men’s cross country team had four All-Americans. Clark’s men’s cross country team at Kansas finished 12th at the

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NCAA Qualifier 1980 Olympic Marathon Trials Qualifier Top Master’s Runner in Oklahoma, 1996-00

2005 NCAA Championships and 20th at the 2006 NCAA Championships. During his Kansas tenure, Clark mentored three-consecutive Big 12 Champions from 200406 (Benson Chensang in 2004-05 and Colby Wissel in 2006). He also coached Kansas alumnus Charlie Gruber to a second-place finish at the 2004 Olympic Trials, earning Gruber a place on the 2004 USA Olympic Team in the 1500m run. Before his nine-year stint at Kansas, Clark was an assistant coach at Tulsa under current Kansas coach Stanley Redwine from 1994-2000. While at Tulsa, Clark’s athletes held school records in the 800m, 1000m, 1500m, mile, 3000m, 3000m steeplechase,

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NCAA Champion at UTEP (Jim Svenoy in 3000m Steeplechase) 2004 USA Olympian Charlie Gruber (1500m) 19 NCAA All-Americans 32 additional NCAA Qualifiers Two NCAA Top-20 Cross Country Teams Three-straight Cross Country Individual Big 12 Champions (2004-06) Six Big 12 Champions

5000m, distance medley relay and 4x800m relay. Clark coached distance runner Dwight Davis, who posted a 3:59.29 mile time to become Tulsa’s first ever NCAA All-American. In 1994 at UTEP, Clark assisted the Miners to a No. 3 finish at the NCAA Outdoor Championships and a national runner-up showing at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. That same year, Clark also coached former UTEP track standout Jim Svenoy to the 3000m steeplechase crown at the NCAA Outdoor Championships and a runner-up finish in the 3000m at the NCAA Indoor Championships. Clark began his coaching career at the University of Arkansas as a volunteer assistant coach, before being promoted to an assistant coach in 1991. While Clark was an assistant, the Razorbacks won all nine NCAA Championships in cross country (three), indoor track (three), and outdoor track (three) during the 1991-92, 1992-93 and 1993-94 academic years, commonly referred to as the “NCAA Triple Crown.” As recruiting coordinator at Arkansas, Clark helped assemble one of the most dominant programs in the history of NCAA Track and Field/Cross Country that included more than two dozen All-Americans. A 1981 graduate of Central Missouri State University, Clark was an NCAA qualifier in cross country and qualified for the 1980 Olympic Marathon Trials, posting a time of 2:17:40. He was the top Master’s runner in Oklahoma from 1996-2000, recording times of 14:58/5K, 25:45/8K and 31:41/10K.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Men’s Bios Austin Carter

Keanan Joyner

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Freshman Louisville, Ky. Saint Xavier HS Major: Mechanical Engineering

Prior to Memphis Four-time All-Kentucky athlete in cross country (2007-11) and three-time All-Kentucky in track and field (2009-11) … Garnered academic all-state honors twice in cross country and three times in track and field … 2011 Kentucky 3A Region 3 champion in the 1600m … 2009 Kentucky 3A state champion in the 4x800 relay, setting a school and state record with a time of 7:56.93 … 2009 Kentucky 3A Region 3 individual champion and 3A state team champion in cross country.

Freshman McDonough, Ga. Eagle’s Landing HS Major: Undeclared

Prior to Memphis Captain of Eagle’s Landing’s cross country and track and field teams his junior and senior years … Cross country team placed second in the state as a junior … Placed fifth in the 800m run his senior season to help propel his track and field squad to a fourth-place finish in the state … Member of school-record relay teams in the 4x800m and 4x1600m.

mances ... Earned season-best finish of second place at the SEMO Invite with a time of 4:00.26 in the 1500m run ... In the 5000m, set a personal best at the War Eagle Invite, placing with a 15:02.98 mark ... Season-best time in the 1500m run was a 3:54.06 mark at the John McDonnell Invite, where he finished 25th ... Third in the 1500m at the Tiger Invitational with a 3:58.86 run. Indoor: Runner-up in the mile run at the EIU Mega Meet with a 4:25.08 mark ... Set personal bests in the 800m run (2:00.18) and the mile (4:19.18) at the SIU McDonald’s, finishing eighth and fifth, respectively, at the meet ... Set a personal best in the 3000m at the Hoosier Hills with an 8:42.08 run.

Cross Country: Picked up the Tigers’ first individual victory in cross country in six years Personal Son of Joel Joyner and Michele Joyner...Birth- at the Rhodes Invitational to highlight a stellar freshman campaign ... Also had a topday is June 23. 10 showing at the UALR Invite in the 5K ... Personal Season-best 8K was at the Memphis Twilight Son of Dave and Annie Carter...Birthday is Daniel Kuhman with a 25:14.82 mark. Aug.15.

Freshman Elyria, Ohio Elyria Catholic HS Major: Undeclared

Fabian Fiege

Prior to Memphis The 2008 Class A Kentucky state champion in cross country after being runner-up in 2007 Freshman ... The 2007 runner-up at the state track and Duesseldorf, Germany field championships in the 3200m run ... St. Ursula Gymnasium Named to the All-State Academic Team all Major: Undeclared four years of high school in both cross counPrior to Memphis Two-time All-Ohio in cross country … In the try and track and field. Ohio state cross country championships, placed 16th as a junior and fourth as a se- Personal Prior to Memphis Finished fourth at the German National Cross nior…In track and field, claimed his first All- Son of Robert and Camille Maglasang...BirthCountry Championships in 2008 … Took home Ohio honor with a sixth-place finish at the day is Nov. 18. fifth place at the championships in the 2000m state meet his senior season. steeplechase in 2010 … Several top-three finJustin Pinkston ishes at LVN and Westgerman Championships Personal in middle distances and cross country … Won Son of Tim Kuhman and Jill Browder...BirthSophomore the 1000m at the International PSD Indoor day is Sept. 8. Memphis, Tenn. Meet in 2008. Cordova HS

James Maglasang

Personal Son of Eberhard and Cornelia Fiege...Birthday is July 23.

Sophomore Paducah, Ky. St. Mary’s Major: Biomedical Engineering 2010-11 - Freshman Outdoor: Posted three top-fives perfor-

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Major: Biology

2010-11 - Freshman Outdoor: Competed in four events after sitting out the indoor portion of his freshman campaign ... Set a personal best in the 800m at the Tiger Invitational, posting a time of 2:00.60 and placing 15th.

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Personal Son of John and Cathy Pinkston...Birthday is July 28.

Jeremy Rice Freshman Prospect, Ky. North Oldman HS

Major: Civil Engineering

Prior to Memphis Lettered four years in both cross country and track and field at North Oldham … Won two team state titles in cross country … First-place finishes in three events (800m, 4x400m relay, 4x800m relay) helped North Oldham take the track and field state title in 2011.

Academic A C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal recipient and a member of the Commissioner’s Honor Roll as a freshman ... A Dean’s List student and a member of the Tiger 3.0 Club each of his first two semesters ... For both semesters of his freshman year, named to the presPersonal Son of Dean and Linda Rice...Birthday is Nov. 8. tigious Tiger Academic 30.

Trent Scott

Prior to Memphis Earned three letters in track and field as well as three letters in cross country at Bartlett Junior High School ... Named Commercial Appeal Bartlett, Tenn. “Best of Preps” Scholar Athlete of the Year Bartlett HS finalist in 2009 ... Member of the CommerMajor: Electricla & Computer Eingineering cial Appeal “Best of Preps” All-Metro 4x800m Team ... A state qualifier in cross country and track and field ... Member of Bartlett High’s school-record 4x400m team, setting the mark 2010-11 - Sophomore Outdoor: Began season with his first top- in a time of 3:27. five showing in the 800m run, finishing fourth at the Rhodes Open with a 1:56.25 mark ... Personal Set a personal best in the 400m run at the Son of Mark and Lynn Scott...Birthday is April 8. Tiger Invitational with a 51.72s run ... Set a personal best in the 800m run at the C-USA Championships, where he finished 11th with a 1:54.44 run.

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Robert Skinner

Senior Memphis, Tenn. Lausanne Collegiate School Major: Biology 2010-11 - Junior Outdoor: Set a personal best in the 1500m run at the SEMO Invite, finishing 13th in 4:16.72 ... Broke the two-minute barrier in the 800m run at the Tiger Invitational, finishing 11th with a 1:59.49 mark. Indoor: Set personal bests in three events during his first full indoor season ... Placed 37th in the 800m run at the prestigious McCravy Memorial with a personal-best 2:00.28 run ... Opened the year with a sixth-place finish in the mile run (4:39.03) at the ASU Kickoff Klassic ... Set a personal best in the mile at the SIU McDonald’s with a 4:29.96 run, finishing 10th ... Competed in the 3000m run at the C-USA Championships, coming in 24th with a personal-best mark of 9:19.68.

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Prior to Memphis A member of 2009 state champion squad in 4x400m and 4x800m relays at Cordova High School ... A member of state runner-up in both relays in 2010 ... Graduated 10th in a class of 524 with a 4.60 GPA.

Indoor: Picked up two top-five finishes durPhillip Scruggs ing the indoor season, competing exclusively in the 800m run ... At the EIU Mega Meet, Junior was fourth with a 1:56.33 mark ... Followed Memphis, Tenn. up that performance two weeks later at the White Station HS SIU McDonald’s with another fourth-place Tulane run, this time recording a time of 1:55.98 ... Major: Undeclared Picked up his personal best in the event at the McCravy Memorial with a 1:55.59 mark, placing 18th. Prior to Memphis Transferred to Memphis from Tulane after Cross Country: Sole race of the season spending two years as a member of the Green was the UALR Invite, where he crossed the Wave cross country/track and field program line 51st with a time of 18:12.74 in the 5K. … Did not compete his freshman year, but as a sophomore, ran in five cross country meets 2009-10 - Freshman in addition to the 3000m and 5000m in the Outdoor: Season-best, eighth-place finish outdoor campaign … For cross country, postcame at the Rhodes Open, where he ran the ed a season-best time of 29:44 in the 8K at 800m in a 1:58.84 mark ... Season-best time the Gulf Coast Stampede … Attended White of 1:55.98 came during the C-USA Champion- Station High School in Memphis, where he ships prelims. was a part of three Memphis City Championship squads. Indoor: Finished a season-best sixth place at the ASU Invitational with a 2:00.70 in the Personal 800m run ... Finished seventh at the SIU Mc- Son of Jerry and Patty Scruggs...Birthday is Donald’s, breaking the two-minute mark with Dec. 12. a time of 1:59.13.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Men’s/Women’s Bios Cross Country: Second-highest finisher for the Tigers squad in every meet ... Seasonbest 26:48 mark in the 8K came at the C-USA Championships, placing him 48th.

Cross Country: Competed in all six meets ... Finished 40th at the UALR Invite in a time of 17:29.59 ... Earned points at the C-USA Championships with a 27:40 run (54th place).

2009-10 - Sophomore Outdoor: Finished a season-best 12th place in the 800m run (2:00.03) at the Joey Haines Invitational ... Broke the two-minute barrier for the first time during the prelims at the Conference USA Championships, running the 800m in a time of 1:59.00.

Julien Wolf Freshman Ratingen, Germany Heine Gymnasium Major: Undeclared

Prior to Memphis Qualified for regionals in track and field and cross country as a junior and senior at Brighton High School ... Also played a year of basketball ... A member of the National Honor Prior to Memphis Society. Ran for several German track and field clubs, including TV Ratingen, AC Düsseldorf and Personal ART Düsseldorf … Placed third at the German Indoor: Set a season-best 2:02.01 mark in Son of Dan and Cindy Turner...Birthday is U20 National Indoor Championships in the his second meet, finishing 29th at the Hoosier April 30. 1500m … Competed in the indoor and outHills ... Tied that mark when he came in secdoor Westgerman Championships and state ond at the Redhawk Invite. championships in the 800m and 1500m. Zach Turner

Sophomore Memphis, Tenn. Christian Brothers HS Major: Mathematical Sciences

Academic Named to Dean’s List five times.

Prior to Memphis Transferred to Memphis from Randolph College, where he was a member of the first men’s basketball team in the school’s history ... Played both basketball and lacrosse at Lau- 2010-11 - Freshman sanne Collegiate School. Outdoor: Redshirt.

Personal Son of Manfred and Bettina Wolf...Birthday is Feb. 15.

Jasmine Darden Senior Charlotte, Tenn. Creek Wood HS Major: Exercise & Sport Science

Personal Indoor: Redshirt ... Competed unattached Full name is Robert Barrett Skinner III ... Son in the 5000m run at the Ole Miss Invite, finof Robert Skinner Jr. and Vickie Baselski... ishing 22nd with a 17:19.22 run. Birthday is Sept. 6. Cross Country: Ran in four meets, producing his best 5K time at the UALR Invite Darrik Turner with a 17:57.50 mark … Best 8K time was 28:22.55 at Memphis Twilight. Sophomore

Brighton, Tenn. Brighton HS Major: Anthroplogy

2010-11 - Freshman Outdoor: Finished 10th to open the season at the Rhodes Open, running the 3000m steeplechase in 10:46.80 ... Set a personal best in the 3000m steeplechase at the Mississippi Open, finishing 13th with a 10:18.71 run ... At the Tiger Invitational, set personal bests in the 800m run (2:00.00; 13th place) and 1500m run (4:17.97; 21st place).

2010-11 - Junior Outdoor: Set personal bests in the 800m and 1500m runs ... Earned season’s only topfive finish at the SEMO Invite, where she was fourth in the 1500m run with a 4:54.26s mark ... In the 1500m at the War Eagle Invite, set Prior to Memphis a personal best with a 4:48.87s run, finishing Lettered four years in cross country and track seventh ... Eighth in the 800m run at the Tiand field at Christian Brothers High School ... ger Invitational with a personal-best 2:18.29s Ran distances ... Most valuable runner his last run. three years ... Member of Spanish Honor Society. Indoor: Ran the mile in three meets and the 800m run once ... Set a personal best in Personal the mile run at the Hoosier Hills Invite with Son of Jimmy and Susan Turner...Birthday is a 5:21.92 mark ... Set a personal best in the May 22. 800m at the Conference USA Championships, finishing 19th with a 2:20.81 mark. Cross Country: One of only two upperclassmen on the squad ... Team’s secondhighest finisher in two of the seven meets ... Earned first top-10 finish at the Rhodes Invite with a 10th-place, 23:46 5K run ... Second Tiger runner across the line for the third-

Indoor: Competed in the 3000m run at the ASU Kick-off Klassic, finishing 20th with a 9:35.83 run.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Alisha Fitch

consecutive year at the C-USA Cross Country Championships, finishing 52nd with an 18:39 mark. 2009-10 - Sophomore Outdoor: Competed in six events ... Set a season best in the 800m run with a time of 2:20.06 at the Memphis Tiger Invitational, finishing fifth.

Cross Country: Competed in all five meets ... Finished a season-best ninth at the Rhodes Invitational with a season-best 5K time of 20:37.24. 2008-09 - Freshman Outdoor: Competed in two meets in the 800m and 1500m runs ... Ran a season-best 800m run of 2:28.93 at the Rhodes Open ... Finished 11th at the Memphis Tiger Invitational with a season-best 1500m run of 5:13.02. Indoor: Competed at the EIU Mega Meet and SIU McDonald’s Invitational ... Finished in the top-10 in each meet... Ran a seasonbest 800m with a time of 2:35.55 and finished ninth at the SIU McDonald’s meet ... Finished fourth in the 800m run at the EIU Mega Meet. Prior to Memphis At the state meet her junior year, placed third in the 1600m run ... In the state meet her sophomore year, placed third in the 800m run and fourth in the 1600m run ... As a freshman, placed sixth in the 400m dash. Personal Full name is Jasmine Octavia Yvonne Darden ... Daughter of Yvonne Daniel...Birthday is March 20.

Sophomore Bartlett, Tenn. Bolton HS Major: Pre-Nursing

Sophomore Middle Island, N.Y. Longwood HS Major: Pre-Nursing

2010-11 - Freshman Cross Country: Competed in five races during her first collegiate season ... Placed 21st at the Rhodes Invite with a 24:32 mark ... Recorded a season-best time of 19:32 at the C-USA Championships, finishing 73rd.

2010-11 - Freshman Outdoor: Competed exclusively in the 800m run ... Earned two top-five finishes in the 800m in her first season of competition ... Won the 800m at the SEMO Invite with a 2:21.86s run ... In her first Tiger Invitational, finished fourth with a time of 2:16.06s ... Prior to Memphis Set a personal best in the 800m run at the Ran cross country and track and field at C-USA Championships, finishing 13th with a Bolton High School ... Qualified for the cross personal-best and team season-best time of country state championships from 2007-09 2:14.72s. ... A qualifier in both the 1600m and 3200m runs at the 2010 TSSAA state championships. Indoor: Competed in three meets, running the 800m each time ... Fourth at the SIU Invitational with a personal-best 2:20.40 run. Personal Daughter of Terrie and William Fitch...BirthCross Country: Earned two top-five finday is Nov. 12. ishes in her first collegiate season ... Led the Lady Tigers with a fourth-place, 19:25.22 Laura Hill mark at the UALR Invite ... Ninth at the Rhodes Invite with a 23:40 run. Sophomore

Collierville, Tenn. Houston HS Major: Biology

Prior to Memphis Ran relays, middle distances and cross country for Longwood High School ... Holds school records in the indoor 600m run, indoor 4x400m relay and outdoor 4x400m relay ... Qualified for the Nike Outdoor Track and Field Cham2010-11 - Freshman Cross Country: Competed in the first four pionships in the 800m run in 2009 and 2010 cross country meets ... Crossed the line 51st ... Qualified for New York state championships in 800m (2010), 600m (2009-10), cross in a time of 22:38.81 at the UALR Invite. country (2007) and 4x400m relay (2006-07) ... New York State Empire State Games silver Prior to Memphis Ran distances at Houston High School in Col- medalist in the 1500m run in 2007. lierville ... An all-state performer for Houston High School ... A member of both the Na- Personal tional Honor Society and National Art Honor Daughter of Ann and Joe Johnston...Birthday is Dec. 12. Society. Personal Daughter of Lou and Tena Hill...Birthday is Jan. 28.

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Indoor: Earned points in four events ... Runner-up in the 800m run at the RedHawk Invite with a season-best 2:28.59 mark ... Placed fifth in the 3000m run with an 11:01.97 mark at the SIU McDonald’s Invite.

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Junior Amersham, England The Amersham School Major: International Business

Prior to Memphis Personal Attended The Amersham School, where Daughter of Chad and Cindy Owen...Birthday she participated on the running and netball is March 10. teams ... Holds school records in the 1500m, 800m and 200m runs ... Coached by Conrad Nandia Taylor Milton, former Great Britain coach and team manager. Sophomore

Personal Daughter of John and Ruth Lingley...Birthday 2010-11 - Sophomore Outdoor: Picked up two top-fives in the is Sept. 20. 1500m run ... Third in the event at the John McDonnell Invite with a 4:47.67s mark ... Set Meagan Nichols a personal best in the 1500m at the Tiger Invitational, finishing fourth in a time of 4:44.50s Sophomore ... Finished 16th at the C-USA Championships Arlington, Tenn. with a 4:51.84s run. St. Benedict at Indoor: Recorded third-place finishes in the mile run at the EIU Mega Meet (5:13.50) and 800m run at the SIU Invitational (personal-best 2:19.42) ... Sixth in the mile run at the Hoosier Hills Invitational with a personal-best 5:07.92 mark ... Part of distance medley relay team that earned All-Conference USA honors with a sixth-place showing (12:09.05) at the C-USA Championships. Cross Country: Earned a 16th-place showing at the UALR Invite, finishing in a personal-best time of 20:03.56 ... The second Lady Tiger to cross the line at the NCAA Regionals with a 22:57.89 mark in the 6K run.

Auburndale Major: Journalism

Chattanooga, Tenn. Girls Preparatory School Major: Pre-Nursing

2010-11 - Freshman Outdoor: Sixth in the 1500m run at the SEMO Invite with a personal-best 5:03.88s run ... At the Tiger Invitational, set a personalbest in the 800m run with a 2:17.00s mark.

Indoor: Competed in the 800m run in three meets ... Set a personal-best in the event with a time of 2:23.90 at the Conference USA 2010-11 - Freshman Cross Country: Competed in every race, Championships, where she finished 24th. with the exception of the NCAA South Regional ... Posted season-best finish of 26th at Cross Country: One of four Lady Tigers the UALR Invite with a 20:48.34 run ... Best to appear in every cross country meet ... time of her freshman campaign came at the Her 23:45 run at the Rhodes Invite was good Conference USA Championships, where her enough for a season-high 23rd-place finish ... Set her season-best time of 19:40 at C-USA 19:41 mark placed her 77th. Championships, placing 76th at the 5K event. Prior to Memphis Distance/middle distance runner at St. Bene- Prior to Memphis dict at Auburndale, where she was a five- Ran track and field and cross country at the time state qualifier in relays ... A member of Girls Preparatory School ... Member of 2007 National Honor Society ... President of the Division II state champion 4x800m relay team ... 2007 track and field All-American. Spanish Honor Society.

2009-10 - Freshman Outdoor: Ran middle and long distances ... Season-best 800m time of 2:20.06 came at C-USA Championships in the preliminary Personal Personal rounds ... Scored points for the Lady Tigers Daughter of Ernest and Christine Nichols... Daughter of India Martin...Birthday is Oct. 2. in the 800m run at the Memphis Tiger Invita- Birthday is Oct. 2. tional with a 2:22.09 run. Indoor: Recorded two top-eights in three events ... Earned a fourth-place finish in the 3000m run at the SIU McDonald’s Invite with an 11:01.38 mark ... Her 5:34.38 mark in the mile run at the Rod McCravy Classic was a season-best.

Erica Owen

Freshman Rogers, Ark. Rogers HS Major: Undeclared

Cross Country: Competed in all five cross country meets ... Memphis’ top finisher at Prior to Memphis both the Rhodes Invitational and Memphis Holds the school record in the 3200m at RogTwilight ... Finished eighth at the Rhodes Invi- ers High School with a time of 11:17. tational with a season-best time of 20:29.05.

University of Memphis

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts B e l m o n t / V a n d e r b i lt O p e n e r Nashville, Tenn. Percy Warner Park Men - 5K, Women - 4K Sept. 3, 2010

Men’s Individual Results 13. James Maglasang 64. Robert Skinner 66. Joe Coneo 71. Darrik Turner 73. Curtis Gibbs 76. Zachary Turner 77. Justin Pinkston

16:06.17 17:55.03 17:57.25 18:06.74 18:45.40 19:11.63 19:15.83 27 59 65 87 139 139 201 245 268 297 350 384

Women’s Individual Results 54. Ellen Kildal 15:47.96 57. Jenny Johnston 15:51.75 76. Ida Fillingsnes 16:13.76 83. Louisa Lingley 16:39.15 85. Meagan Nichols 16:40.74 90. Jasmine Darden 16:55.24 95. Nandia Taylor 17:22.54 102. Laura Hill 18:11.94 111. Carrie Conner 20:16.06

UALR I n v i t e Little Rock, Ark. Rebsamen Golf Course Men - 5K, Women - 5K Sept. 10, 2010 Men’s Team Results No Team Results Men’s Individual Results 10. James Maglasang 32. Robert Skinner 36. Guy Hudson 40. Darrik Turner 45. Joe Coneo

17:57.50 18:12.74 18:20.46 20:03.20

Women’s Team Results No Team Results 49 73 76 77 139 145 164 207 217 310

Women’s Team Results 1. Vanderbilt 2. Western Kentucky 3. Alabama 4. Lipscomb 5. Belmont Middle Tennessee 7. Tennessee 8. Memphis 9. Austin Peay 10. UT Martin 11. Bethel College 12. Trevecca Nazarene

Zachary Turner Trent Scott Curtis Gibbs Justin Pinkston

15:46.57 17:12.50 17:18.67 17:29.59 17:44.10

Women’s Individual Results 4. Jenny Johnston 19:25.22 16. Louisa Lingley 20:03.56 23. Jasmine Darden 20:37.46 26. Meagan Nichols 20:48.34 31. Nandia Taylor 21:05.96 34. Ida Fillingsnes 21:20.06 51. Laura Hill 22:38.81 59. Carrie Conner 24:17.31

Memphis Twilight Memphis, Tenn. Mike Rose Soccer Complex Men - 8K, Women - 5K Sept. 25, 2010 Men’s Team Results 1. Eastern Kentucky 2. UALR 3. Harding 4. Auburn 5. Stephen F. Austin 6. South Alabama 7. San Jose State 8. Northern Kentucky 9. Berry College 10. Central Arkansas 11. Union 12. Mississippi Valley State 13. Arkansas State 14. UT Martin 15. West Alabama 16. Samford 17. Austin Peay 18. Birmingham-Southern 19. Ozarks 20. Sam Houston 21 Memphis 22. Fontbonne 23. Christian Brothers 24. Jacksonville State 25. North Alabama 26. Southern Arkansas 27. Jackson CC 28. Alcorn State 29. Freed-Hardeman 30. Trevecca Nazarene Men’s Individual Results 32. James Maglasang 145. Robert Skinner 152. Abdi Guleed 158. Guy Hudson 161. Joe Coneo 168. Curtis Gibbs 185. Zachary Turner 188. Darrik Turner 225. Brandon Williams 242. Justin Pinkston

University of Memphis

53 72 88 122 123 186 274 285 328 376 383 386 394 409 423 442 447 473 480 537 547 572 574 606 674 726 753 911 939 974

25:14.82 27:23.53 27:33.53 27:38.77 27:40.48 27:49.60 28:22.55 28:29.48 29:38.98 30:48.83

Women’s Team Results 1. Stephen F. Austin 2. Eastern Kentucky 3. UAB 4. Auburn 5. Samford 6. Arkansas State 7. South Alabama 8. Murray State 9. Harding 10. Sam Houston State 11. Berry College 12. Northern Kentucky 13. Central Arkansas 14. Jacksonville State 15. Arkansas Tech 16. Memphis 17. UALR 18. Union 19. Delta State 20. UT Martin 21. West Alabama 22. Birmingham-Southern 23. Austin Peay 24. Jackson CC 25. Fontbonne 26. Mississippi Valley State 27. Christian Brothers 28. Millsaps 29. Alcorn State 30. Ozarks 31. Freed-Hardeman 32. Trevecca nazarene

60 73 85 123 134 197 245 305 315 331 351 352 356 369 370 384 464 488 513 522 570 611 614 649 664 735 808 861 863 886 910 978

Women’s Individual Results 56. Ellen Kildal 19:08.92 57. Jenny Johnston 19:09.42 97. Louisa Lingley 19:50.68 100. Jasmine Darden 19:55.84 101. Alisha Fitch 19:56.18 109. Meagan Nichols 20:01.14 126. Nandia Taylor 20:23.34 144. Laura Hill 20:41.71 182. Carrie Conner 21:55.28

Rhodes Invite Memphis, Tenn. Shelby Farms Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 2, 2010 Men’s Team Results 1. Rhodes College 2. UT-Tyler 3. Ozarks 4. Hendrix College 5. Memphis 6. Southwestern 7. ARKTEN Track Club 8. Mississippi College 9. Webster 10. Piedmont College 11. Huntingdon College 12. Arkansas-Pine Bluff 13. Central Baptist College 14. Lane College 15. LeMoyne Owen College

2011

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Men’s Individual Results 1. James Maglasang 17. Robert Skinner 31. Joe Coneo 38. Abdi Guleed 46. Guy Hudson 47. Darrik Turner 52. Curtis Gibbs 86. Brandon Williams 104. Justin Pinkston

25:40 27:10 27:42 27:56 28:31 28:33 28:42 31:02 34:24

Women’s Team Results 1. Rhodes College 2. Memphis 3. Delta State 4. Arkansas-Pine Bluff 5. Southwestern 6. UT-Tyler 7. Huntingdon College 8. Mississippi College 9. Webster 10. Piedmont College 11. Lane College

24 60 99 112 145 155 184 195 204 297 328

Women’s Individual Results 6. Ellen Kildal 9. Jenny Johnston 10. Jasmine Darden 18. Louisa Lingley 21. Alisha Fitch 23. Nandia Taylor 27. Meagan Nichols 34. Ida Fillingsnes 55. Laura Hill 63. Carrie Conner

23:14 23:40 23:46 24:23 24:32 24:35 24:58 25:11 26:38 27:55

C h i l e P e p p e r F e s t i va l Fayetteville, Ark. University of Arkansas Cross Country Course Men - 10K, Women - 5K Oct. 16, 2010 Men’s Team Results 1. Oklahoma State 22 2. Indiana 73 3. Arkansas 74 4. Adams State 134 5. Texas A&M 241 6. Wyoming 292 7. UALR 296 8. UMass 310 9. Oklahoma Christian 329 10. UT-San Antonio 359 11. Oakland 375 12. Augustana College 389 13. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 426 14. UT Pan American 432 15. Wayne State 532 16. East Central 567 17. Auburn 577 18. TCU 619 19. Missouri S&T 637 20. Tulsa 642 21. Houston Baptist 662 22. Texas A&M Commerce 666 23. LSU 676 24. South Dakota 683

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Men’s Team Results 1. Middle Tennessee 2. Tennessee 3. Lipscomb 4. Vanderbilt 5. Austin Peay 6. Belmont - Alumni 7. UT Martin 8. Bethel College 9. Memphis 10. Trevecca Nazarene

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts 2010 Results 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

Houston 705 Mississippi Valley State 758 Drury 762 Southwest Baptist 764 Northwest Missouri State 768 Cameron 770 Incarnate Word 811 Fort Lewis College 860 Dallas Baptist 880 Missouri Southern State 908 UT-Arlington 936 Lipscomb 941 West Florida 943 Central Arkansas 947 Trinity 949 Cloud CC 1023 North Dakota 1104 UT-Tyler 1126 Alabama-Huntsville 1172 Memphis 1198 Christian Brothers 1205 Maryville-St. Louis 1265 Southern Nazarene 1304 IPFW 1381 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 1468 Arkansas-Fort Smith 1564

Men’s Individual Results 163. James Maglasang 272. Robert Skinner 329. Joe Coneo 372. Curtis Gibbs 381. Guy Hudson 382. Darrik Turner 393. Zach Turner 419. Abdi Guleed

32:32.08 33:48.28 34:35.26 35:20.40 35:29.06 35:29.85 35:50.48 36:32.44

Women’s Team Results 1. Oklahoma State 72 2. Indiana 76 3. Texas A&M 162 4. Adams State 196 5. Oakland 262 6. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 297 7. UAB 348 8. Lipscomb 349 9. Oklahoma 369 10. Auburn 386 11. Wyoming 397 12. TCU 401 Arkansas 401 14. Missouri State 408 15. McNeese State 459 16. Augustana College 467 17. UT Pan American 536 Tulane 536 19. SMU 542 20. Wayne State 547 21. South Dakota 589 22. UT-Arlington 600 23. Arkansas State 608 24. UT-San Antonio 624 25. Missouri Southern State 626 26. IPFW 639 27. Southern Miss 648 28. LSU 652 29. Northwest Missouri State 714 30. Houston 734 31. Dallas Baptist 745

32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56.

North Dakota Southwest Baptist Central Arkansas Alabama-Huntsville Houston Baptist Memphis Drury Trinity Baylor East Central Fort Lewis College Missouri S&T Incarnate Word Arkansas Tech West Florida Delta State Mississippi Valley State John Brown UT-Tyler Cloud CC Texas A&M Commerce Southern Nazarene Christian Brothers Arkansas-Fort Smith SE Oklahoma State

751 816 823 933 1083 1096 1109 1140 1155 1229 1235 1257 1271 1273 1280 1356 1446 1514 1524 1527 1584 1654 1664 1701 1799

Women’s Individual Results 167. Ellen Kildal 19:22.15 255. Jasmine Darden 20:00.75 271. Louisa Lingley 20:05.32 273. Nandia Taylor 20:07.14 276. Alisha Fitch 20:07.76 293. Jenny Johnston 20:14.92 341. Meagan Nichols 20:46.66

C- USA C h a m p i o n s h i p s Broken Arrow, Okla. Indian Springs CC Men - 8K, Women - 5K Nov. 1, 2010 Men’s Team Results 1. Tulsa 2. UTEP 3. Rice 4. Marshall 5. East Carolina 6. Houston 7. Memphis 8. Tulane Men’s Individual Results 29. James Maglasang 48. Robert Skinner 50. Joe Coneo 53. Abdi Guleed 54. Darrik Turner 56. Curtis Gibbs 59. Guy Hudson Women’s Team Results 1. Tulsa 2. Rice 3. UTEP 4. UAB 5. SMU 6. East Carolina 7. Houston

University of Memphis

34 42 87 101 121 184 234 235 25:24 26:41 26:50 27:25 27:40 28:00 28:52

8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Southern Miss Tulane Memphis UCF Marshall

202 222 271 303 345

Women’s Individual Results 50. Ellen Kildal 52. Jasmine Darden 53. Jenny Johnston 68. Louisa Lingley 70. Ida Fillingsnes 73. Alisha Fitch 76. Nandia Taylor 77. Meagan Nichols

18:37 18:39 18:40 19:16 19:25 19:32 19:40 19:41

N CAA S o u t h R e g i o n a l Hoover, Ala. Veterans Park Cross Country Course Women - 6K Nov. 13, 2010 Women’s Team Results 1. Florida State 2. Florida 3. Vanderbilt 4. Georgia 5. Mississippi State 6. UAB 7. Alabama 8. Ole Miss 9. Lipscomb 10. Samford 11. North Florida 12. Chattanooga 12. Florida Atlantic 14. South Florida 15. Georgia Tech 16. Belmont 17. Miami 18. Tennessee 19. Georgia State 20. Jacksonville State 21. Mercer 22. Memphis 23. South Alabama 24. UCF 25. Tennessee Tech

24 67 102 137 196 206 239 270 283 294 302 330 337 352 353 423 476 489 503 534 580 600 674 729 735

Women’s Individual Results 102. Ellen Kildal 22:38.07 122. Louisa Lingley 22:57.89 135. Jasmine Darden 23:13.02 141. Jenny Johnston 23:26.46 149. Alisha Fitch 23:34.31 154. Nandia Taylor 23:41.93 156. Ida Fillingsnes 23:51.69

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1995 Birmingham, Ala. George Ward Park Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 28, 1995

Men’s Individual Results 7. Jason Scott 23. Jim Reif 53. Brian Stewart 58. Jason Wood 68. Toby Dolman 71. Vince Perryman Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. USF 3. Charlotte 4. Louisville 5. UAB 6. DePaul 7. Tulane 8. Cincinnati 9. Southern Miss 10. Saint Louis 11. Memphis

33 83 109 128 133 152 153 178 209 240 289 26:01.7 26:52.8 27:55.9 28:17.6 29:40.5 30:34.8 35 66 88 101 144 166 172 180 224 265 282

Women’s Individual Results 42. Laura Peel 20:31.4 57. Christa Carney 21:29.1 60. Romelin Bueno 22:02.1 61. Gwen Sanders 22:08.7 62. Rachel Weston 22:10.1 69. Eliin Ovrebo 23:40.3 71. Elizabeth Brennan 25:56.6

1996 Milwaukee, Wis. Bus Shimek National XC Course Men - 8K, Women - 5K Nov. 2, 1996 Men’s Team Results 1. Cincinnati 2. Marquette 3. Houston 4. Charlotte 5. Louisville 6. DePaul 7. USF 8. Tulane 9. Southern Miss 10. Memphis 11. UAB 12. Saint Louis

59 70 79 101 139 161 186 192 205 241 261 282

Women’s Team Results 1. Louisville 2. Marquette 3. Tulane 4. USF 5. Cincinnati 6. Charlotte 7. UAB 8. DePaul 9. Houston 10. Saint Louis 11. Southern Miss 12. Memphis

47 60 93 95 151 166 187 205 207 288 300 337

Women’s Individual Results 50. Kathryn Murphy 20:04.1 62. Kellie Anderson 20:32.1 71. Rachel Weston 21:08.4 76. Christa Carney 21:33.4 78. Gwen Sanders 21:59.0 81. Amy Perkins 24:08.9

Tampa, Fla. USF Golf Course Men - 8K, Women - 5K Nov. 1, 1997

Men’s Individual Results 8. Christian Friis 39. Kevin Foltz 58. Jim Reif 70. Jason Wood 73. Vince Perryman Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. USF 3. Houston 4. Charlotte 5. Cincinnati 6. Louisville 7. DePaul 8. Tulane 9. Southern Miss 10. Saint Louis

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UAB Memphis

38 78 87 108 127 131 188 198 224 248 250 326 25:50.50 27:03.50 27:50.80 28:40.90 28:55.70 33 54 85 116 133 168 195 196 211 247

295 301

Women’s Individual Results 48. Kathryn Murphy 20:32.10 52. Kellie Anderson 20:56.10 62. Rachel Weston 21:39.20 65. Melissa Greer 22:03.10 74. Patricia Willingham 23:21.70

1998 Memphis, Tenn. Plough Park Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 31, 1998 Men’s Team Results 1. USF 2. Charlotte 3. Tulane 4. Marquette 5. Cincinnati 6. Memphis 7. Houston 8. Louisville 9. Southern Miss 10. Saint Louis 11. DePaul Men’s Individual Results 7. Stefan Matschimer 18. Kevin Foltz 38. Christian Schmallegger 44. Ryan Smith 49. Jason Wood 58. Steve Moore

1997

Men’s Team Results 1. USF 2. Marquette 3. Cincinnati 4. Tulane 5. Houston 6. Louisville 7. Charlotte 8. Southern Miss 9. DePaul 10. Memphis 11. UAB 12. Saint Louis

11. 12.

Women’s Team Results 1. USF 2. Marquette 3. Cincinnati 4. Houston 5. Charlotte 6. UAB 7. Tulane 8. Louisville 9. DePaul 10. Saint Louis 11. Southern Miss 12. Memphis Women’s Individual Results 54. Wendy Ragle 59. Melissa Greer 63. Kellie Anderson 67. Lilly Lebron 68. Andrea Dahlman 74. Denise Lukes

51 54 77 118 135 156 176 190 239 270 296 25:11 25:42 26:35 26:47 27:06 27:31 31 80 112 128 152 155 161 172 249 253 281 311 20:16 20:26 20:47 20:59 21:08 24:50

1999

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58 70 135 145 152 174 192 222 228 273

Men’s Individual Results 21. Kevin Foltz 25:23.7 29. Christian Schmallegger 25:40.0 32. Balasz Laszlo 25:47.6 69. Robert Goode 28:27.2 71. Lee Eilert 29:19.8 74. Griffin Bridgers 30:50.3 Women’s Team Results 1. USF 2. Marquette 3. Cincinnati 4. Tulane 5. Charlotte 6. Houston 7. DePaul 8. UAB 9. Louisville 10. Southern Miss 11. Saint Louis 12. Memphis

66 71 80 98 113 122 184 187 212 276 295 341

Women’s Individual Results 56. Lilly Lebron 19:40.7 66. Julie Wright 20:23.9 70. Melissa Greer 20:56.9 74. Tara Belt 22:01.0 75. Andrea Dahlman 22:08.0 77. Carrie Williams 22:54.7

2000 St. Louis, Mo. Forest Park Men - 8K, Women - 6K Oct. 28, 2000 Men’s Team Results 1. USF 2. Tulane 3. Charlotte 4. Marquette 5. DePaul 6. Cincinnati 7. Houston 8. Louisville 9. Saint Louis 10. Memphis Men’s Individual Results 14. Balazs Laszlo 67. Andre Lucas 69. Jeff Doudrick 73. Camron Thomas 75. Robert Goode

Charlotte, N.C. McAlpine Park Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 30, 1999 Men’s Team Results 1. Southern Miss

2. USF 3. Charlotte 4. Cincinnati 5. Tulane 6. Marquette 7. Louisville 8. Houston 9. Memphis 10. DePaul 11. Saint Louis *Vacated Title

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26:35.7 26:52.7 27:10.6 27:29.1 27:46.8 29:40.5

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts C o n f e r e n c e USA C h a m p i o n s h i p s H i s t o r y Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. USF 3. Tulane 4. Cincinnati 5. Houston 6. Louisville 7. Charlotte 8. DePaul 9. UAB 10. Saint Louis Southern Miss 12. Memphis

44 56 104 127 154 170 185 212 217 250 250 298

Women’s Individual Results 40. Wendy Ragle 23:51.86 54. Lilly Lebron 24:49.23 67. Julie Wright 25:30.82 68. Katie Moore 25:34.38 72. Leslie Ann Daley 26:13.30 80. Laura Clark 28:27.59

2001 Lake Kristi, N.C. Overton Park Men - 8K, Women - 6K Oct. 27, 2001 Men’s Team Results 1. Tulane 2. Marquette 3. Cinncinnati 4. Charlotte 5. DePaul 6. Memphis 7. Louisville 8. TCU 9. East Carolina 10. Houston 11. USF 12. Saint Louis Men’s Individual Results 19. Balazs Laszlo 25. Derek Nakluski 36. Ricky McLain 53. Steve Anthony 63. Hugh Ferry 71. Ryan Smith Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. USF 3. TCU 4. Houston 5. East Carolina 6. DePaul 7. Louisville 8. Southern Miss 9. Cincinnati 10. Tulane 11. Charlotte 12. Memphis 13. Saint Louis 14. UAB

61 63 70 90 148 187 217 220 242 245 255 306 24:40.1 25:04.3 25:14.3 25:49.2 26:02.6 26:21.7 46 60 85 137 152 167 214 221 233 246 280 334 336 410

Women’s Individual Results 55. Wendy Ragle 22:27.5 63. Lilly Lebron 22:48.3 71. Leslie Daley 23:04.0 78. Andrea Dahlman 23:21.5 84. Hayley Futrell 24:10.1 90. Nora Nemere 24:38.1

2002 Hattiesburg, Miss. Van Hook Golf Course Men - 8K, Women - 6K Nov. 2, 2002 Men’s Team Results 1. Charlotte 2. Marquette 3. Cincinnati 4. DePaul 5. Houston 6. USF 7. Memphis 8. East Carolina 9. Louisville TCU 11. Tulane 12. Saint Louis Men’s Individual Results 22. Travis Pressler 27. Balazs Laszlo 29. Hugh Ferry 64. Ryan Smith 68. Rehan Mahmood 72. Imran Mahmood 78. Jeff Doudrick Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. USF 3. DePaul 4. Houston 5. TCU 6. Charlotte 7. Cincinnati 8. East Carolina 9. Louisville 10. Tulane 11. Southern Miss 12. Saint Louis 13. UAB 14. Memphis

53 71 81 109 133 165 210 219 253 253 266 275 26:03.02 26:10.43 26:14.72 27:51.90 28:06.77 28:25.79 29:26.85 29 48 103 136 166 170 183 194 206 279 284 285 349 386

Women’s Individual Results 54. Wendy Ragle 24:04.23 77. Leslie Daley 25:18.29 82. Hayley Futrell 25:40.46 86. Sue Ann Bowen 27:06.04 87. Karin Brooks 27:13.79 91. Keenan Gibson 31:58.51 92. Titian Rose Whittle 33:10.71

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9. 10. 11. 12.

2003 Tampa, Fla. USF Golf Course Men - 8K, Women - 6K Nov. 1, 2003 Men’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. Cincinnati 3. Louisville 4. DePaul 5. Houston 6. USF 7. Memphis 8. East Carolina 9. TCU 10. Tulane 11. Saint Louis 12. Charlotte Men’s Individual Results 11. Adam Didyk 27. Kym Morgan 31. Mate Nemeth 51. Istvan Kerekjarto 79. Szabi Karadi

43 88 102 105 131 177 199 200 230 236 244 277 25:28.70 26:12.80 26:24.50 27:07.10 31:50.40

Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. TCU 3. USF 4. Charlotte UAB 6. Cincinnati 7. Tulane 8. East Carolina 9. Louisville 10. Southern Miss 11. DePaul 12. Houston 13. Saint Louis 14. Memphis

43 55 118 151 151 156 171 184 203 236 271 304 337 340

Women’s Individual Results 45. Mary Claire Dake 23:30.00 61. Ali Baker 24:05.80 73. Kara Cassel 24:28.90 76. Michel Wilson 24:34.40 85. Nora Nemere 25:07.60 87. Becca McMahon 25:15.10 90. Daniele Riendeau 25:31.70

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Men’s Individual Results 1. Mate Nemeth 42. Michael Mentz 66. Abraham Shaposhnik 77. Jason Morgan 76. Gary Nemeth Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. TCU 3. UAB 4. USF DePaul 6. Cincinnati 7. Charlotte 8. Southern Miss 9. East Carolina 10. Houston 11. Memphis 12. Tulane 13. Saint Louis 14. Louisville Women’s Individual Results 17. Daniele Riendeau 58. Becca McMahon 59. Mary Claire Dake 66. Sarah Janecek 70. Nora Nemere 90. Kimberly McVeigh 91. Heather Woolls

73 79 82 94 112 132 154 244

249 254 262 289 24:47 26:50 28:24 36:56 36:56 66 93 101 125 137 152 161 191 234 238 270 274 381 400 22:27 24:31 24:31 24:48 24:57 26:51 26:51

2005 Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex

Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 29, 2005

Men’s Team Results 1. UTEP 2. Rice 3. Tulsa 4. UCF 5. Houston 6. Marshall 7. East Carolina 8. Memphis Men’s Individual Results 47. Juan Arboleda 49. Avi Shaposhnik 51. Sam James 52. Jefferson Brant 53. Daniel Abebe

Palos Hills, Ill. Palos Hills Forest Preserve Men - 8K, Women - 6K Oct. 30, 2004 Men’s Team Results 1. Houston 2. Charlotte 3. Louisville 4. Cincinnati 5. East Carolina 6. Marquette 7. DePaul 8. TCU

Tulane USF Memphis Saint Louis

Women’s Team Results 1. Rice 2. UAB 3. SMU 4. Tulsa 5. Southern Miss 6. Memphis 7. UTEP

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East Carolina UCF Houston Marshall

209 227 280 284

Women’s Individual Results 6. Daniele Riendeau 16. Emily Malinowski 41. Carrie Corbett 43. Mary Claire Dake 46. Meghan Shinkwin 62. Sarah Janecek 69. Nora Nemere

17:30 18:12 19:02 19:04 19:15 19:51 20:21

Grimesville, N.C. Lake Kristi Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 28, 2006 Men’s Team Results 1. UTEP 2. Tulsa 3. Rice 4. UCF 5. Houston 6. Marshall 7. East Carolina 8. Memphis Men’s Individual Results 47. Geoff Standen 54. Avi Shaposhnik 55. Juan Arboleda 57. Sam James 60. Nick Bussey

21 40 70 96 134 136 211 244 28:26.61 29:17.96 29:19.78 29:54.37 31:13.78

Women’s Team Results 1. UAB 2. Rice 3. SMU 4. Tulsa 5. UCF 6. Tulane 7. UTEP 8. Houston 9. East Carolina 10. Memphis 11. Marshall 12. Southern Miss

54 55 72 77 169 174 209 218 235 276 293 311

Women’s Individual Results 35. Emily Malinowski 19:42.64 37. Mary Claire Dake 19:44.97 59. Becca McMahon 20:56.44 77. Kimberly McVeigh 22:03.41 84. Eryka Morris 23:29.12

2007 Santa Teresa, N.M. Santa Teresa Country Club Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 27, 2007 Men’s Team Results 1. UTEP 2. Tulsa

15 42

Rice Marshall Houston UCF East Carolina Memphis

Men’s Individual Results 35. Jorgen Ekdahl 40. Jacob Chapman 54. Avi Shaposhnik 55. Juan Arboleda 57. Sam James

110 116 128 131 201 206 28:13.5 28:42.1 29:39.0 29:57.1 30:04.0 26 54 105 118 124 152 196 214 267 274 280 302

Women’s Individual Results 35. Tina Sherratt 19:51.1 40. Anneli Uys 20:03.2 48. Emily Malinowski 20:36.4 76. Lyndsey Ratasiewicz 22:03.0 88. Jessie Wilks 24:16.5

2008 Memphis, Tenn. Mike Rose Soccer Complex Men - 8K, Women - 5K Nov. 1, 2008

Men’s Individual Results 21. Edwin Kipkorir 25. Jacob Chapman 39. Joe Coneo Jr. 43. Jorgen Ekdahl 47. Guy Hudson 48. Sam James Women’s Team Results 1. SMU 2. Rice 3. Tulsa 4. UAB 5. Houston 6. East Carolina 7. UTEP 8. UCF

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Tulane Marshall Southern Miss Memphis

209 270 344 357

Women’s Individual Results 62. Emily Malinowski 20:24.00 65. Jasmine Darden 20:35.00 74. Lauren Everhart 21:46.00 76. Joslynne Serna 22:10.00 80. Kristi Moore 24:17.00 82. Ashton Baldwin 25:45.00

2009

Women’s Team Results 1. Rice 2. Tulsa 3. SMU 4. UAB 5. UTEP 6. Tulane 7. UCF 8. East Carolina 9. Memphis 10. Marshall 11. Houston 12. Southern Miss

Men’s Team Results 1. Tulsa 2. UTEP 3. Rice 4. Marshall 5. East Carolina 6. Houston 7. Memphis 8. Tulane

9. 10. 11. 12.

27 30 84 114 145 156 175 235 26:11.00 26:29.00 27:26.00 28:40.00 28:55.00 28:58.00 40 50 77 116 145 177 182 198

The Woodlands, Texas Bear Branch Sportsfields Men - 8K, Women - 5K Oct. 31, 2009 Men’s Team Results 1. UTEP 2. Tulsa 3. Rice 4. Marshall 5. Houston 6. East Carolina 7. Memphis 8. Tulane Men’s Individual Results 29. Edwin Kipkorir 37. Jacob Chapman 43. Jorgen Ekdahl 49. Joe Coneo Jr. 52. Curtis Gibbs 53. Guy Hudson

31 32 88 116 122 140 210 236 26:38.63 26:57.32 27:27.29 28:40.09 29:42.47 29:47.37

Women’s Team Results 1. SMU 2. Rice 3. Tulsa 4. UAB 5. Houston 6. East Carolina 7. UTEP 8. UCF 9. Tulane 10. Marshall 11. Southern Miss 12. Memphis

40 50 77 116 145 177 182 198 209 270 344 357

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

UTEP Rice Marshall East Carolina Houston Memphis Tulane

Men’s Individual Results 29. James Maglasang 48. Robert Skinner 50. Joe Coneo 53. Abdi Guleed 54. Darrik Turner 56. Curtis Gibbs 59. Guy Hudson Women’s Team Results 1. Tulsa 2. Rice 3. UTEP 4. UAB 5. SMU 6. East Carolina 7. Houston 8. Southern Miss 9. Tulane 10. Memphis 11. UCF 12. Marshall Women’s Individual Results 50. Ellen Kildal 52. Jasmine Darden 53. Jenny Johnston 68. Louisa Lingley 70. Ida Fillingsnes 73. Alisha Fitch 76. Nandia Taylor 77. Meagan Nichols

Women’s Individual Results 50. Kayleigh Brown 20:15.92 55. Jasmine Darden 20:40.13 71. Lauren Everhart 21:44.32 72. Brittany Duboise 21:48.12 79. Joslynne Sema 23:45.76 80. Karoline Shott 23:56.81

2010 Broken Arrow, Okla. Indian Springs CC Men - 8K, Women - 5K Nov. 1, 2010 Men’s Team Results 1. Tulsa

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Men’s Individual Results 4. Andrew Juby 27. Tim Lampley 39. Steve McFarland 40. Larry Martin 42. Ken Hall 44. Geoff Fletcher Women’s Team Results 1. DePaul 2. UAB 3. Marquette 4. Cincinnati 5. Memphis Women’s Individual Results 32. Kimberly Myers 33. Tracy Allen 34. Dena Dunn 35. Lisa Scott 38. Cantrece Hayslett 39. Amirah Qaasim

Amirah Qaasim Emilie Bishop Julie Peterson Emily Holt TriNikka Davis

24 47 84 112 117 26:32 28:42 30:19 30:20 30:38 30:54 23 66 69 78 150 22:17 22:41 22:49 22:54 24:27 28:03

1993 Chicago, Ill. Oct. 30, 1993 Men’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. Cincinnati 3. UAB 4. DePaul 5. Memphis 6. Dayton 7. Saint Louis Men’s Individual Results 16. Simon Gron 17. Steve McFarland 31. Dan Hinders 43. Ken Hall 52. Branda Newsom Women’s Team Results 1. Marquette 2. UAB 3. DePaul 4. Cincinnati 5. Dayton 6. Saint Louis 7. Memphis

34 43 83 85 138 174 192 27:09 27:14 28:05 28:47 30:23 41 44 63 85 120 183 193

Women’s Individual Results 36. Christa Carney 22:12 37. Dena Dunn 22:14

University of Memphis

23:29 24:23 24:26 25:01 27:17

1975

Men’s Individual Results 1. Tony Blackwell

Louisville, Ky. Nov. 1, 1975 Men’s Team Results 1. Georgia Tech 2. Memphis 3. Saint Louis 4. Louisville 5. Cincinnati Men’s Individual Results 1. Paul Bannon

1976

1980 St. Louis, Mo. Nov. 1, 1980 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Florida State 3. Memphis 4. Cincinnati 5. Louisville 6. Tulane 7. Saint Louis

1981

Saint Louis, Mo. Oct. 30, 1976 Men’s Team Results 1. Memphis 2. Georgia Tech 3. Cincinnati 4. Florida State 5. Saint Louis 6. Louisville

1977

New Orleans, La. Nov. 1, 1981 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Florida State 3. Cincinnati 4. Memphis 5. Louisville 6. Tulane

1982

Cincinnati, Ohio Nov. 5, 1977 Men’s Team Results 1. Saint Louis 2. Cincinnati 3. Memphis 4. Florida State 5. Georgia Tech 6. Louisville

1978

Blacksburg, Va. Nov. 6, 1982 Men’s Team Results 1. Florida State 2. Virginia Tech 3. Cincinnati 4. Memphis 5. Louisville 6. Tulane 7. Southern Miss

Tallahassee, Fla. Nov. 4, 1978 Men’s Team Results 1. Florida State 2. Saint Louis 3. Virginia Tech 4. Cincinnati 5. Memphis 6. Louisville 7. Tulane

1979 Memphis, Tenn. Nov. 3, 1979 Men’s Team Results 1. Florida State 2. Virginia Tech 3. Memphis 4. Cincinnati 5. Saint Louis 6. Louisville 7. Tulane

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1983 Cincinnati, Ohio Nov. 5, 1983 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. South Carolina 3. Cincinnati 4. Florida State 5. Memphis 6. Southern Miss 7. Louisville 8. Tulane Men’s Individual Results 1. Colin Hume

1984 Tallahassee, Fla. Nov. 3, 1984 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech

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Men’s Individual Results 1. David Topham

1985 Louisville, Ky. Nov. 9, 1985

Women’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Florida State 3. Cincinnati 4. Louisville 5. Memphis

1986 Memphis, Tenn. Nov. 8, 1986 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. South Carolina 3. Cincinnati 4. Florida State 5. Louisville 6. Memphis 7. Southern Miss Women’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Florida State 3. Cincinnati 4. Louisville 5. Memphis

1987 Columbia, S.C. Nov. 7, 1987 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Louisville 3. Cincinnati 4. Florida State 5. South Carolina 6. Southern Miss 7. Memphis Women’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech

7. 8.

Florida State Cincinnati South Carolina Louisville Memphis Southern Miss

Hattiesburg, Miss. Nov. 5, 1988

Men’s Individual Results 11. Andrew Juby 25. Kyle Merryman 27. Jim Mirda 37. Tim Lampley 39. John Strong 42. Dave Tamburrino 46. Larry Martin

33 83 85 115 117 123 139 26:22.4 27:19.6 27:28.9 28:23.2 28:57.2 29:21.7 30:29.5

Women’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. South Carolina 3. Florida State 4. Cincinnati 5. Southern Miss 6. Louisville 7. Memphis

1989

Men’s Individual Results 4. Andrew Juby 13. Jim Mirda 25. Tim Lampley 36. Steve Lanham 50. Terry McKee 54. Kevin McConnell Women’s Team Results 1. South Carolina 2. Florida State 3. Virginia Tech 4. Louisville 5. Cincinnati 6. Tulane

University of Memphis

1990 Cincinnati, Ohio Oct. 27, 1990 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Florida State 3. South Carolina 4. Louisville 5. Cincinnati 6. Memphis 7. Tulane 8. Southern Miss Men’s Individual Results 4. Andrew Juby 14. Tim Lampley 24. Jim Mirda 49. Geoff Fletcher 54. Kevin McConnell Women’s Team Results 1. South Carolina 2. Louisville 3. Virginia Tech 4. Florida State 5. Cincinnati 6. Tulane 7. Memphis 8. Southern Miss

Blacksburg, Va. Nov. 4, 1989 Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. Florida State 3. South Carolina 4. Cincinnati 5. Memphis 6. Tulane 7. Louisville 8. Southern Miss

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Women’s Individual Results 25. Lisa Koch 20:33.0 38. Terry Adams 21:50.0 44. Cantrina Hayslett 22:56.0 45. Tracy Allen 23:03.0 47. Cantrece Hayslett 23:24.0 50. Gail Graham 28:07.0 51. Heather Wells 28:49.0

1988

Men’s Team Results 1. Virginia Tech 2. South Carolina 3. Florida State 4. Cincinnati 5. Southern Miss 6. Louisville 7. Memphis

Memphis Southern Miss

22 55 98 101 128 133 162 226

Women’s Individual Results 30. Terry Adams 36. Kim Myers 37. Tracy Allen 41. Cantrece Hayslett 44. Dena Dunn 46. Lisa Scott 48. Sylvia Harris

24 64 79 123 139 145 182 205 26:18 27:08 27:28 30:01 31:36

Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Conf. Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro Metro GMC GMC GMC GMC C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA C-USA

26 52 75 83 145 184 188 226 21:27 22:19 22:20 22:34 22:41 22:45 22:51

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Women’s Team Results 9/7 Plough Park Invitational 9/13 Adidas/Powerade 9/20 Commodore Challenge 10/4 Saluki Invitational 10/11 APSU Invitational 10/18 Southwest Missouri State 11/1 C-USA Championships

1992

Men’s Team Results 9/21 Ole Miss Triple Dual 3/3 9/23 Tiger Invitational 2/3 10/1 ASU Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational 2/3 10/8 Loyola Lakefront Invitational 11/31 10/21 Ole Miss Invitational 5/5 11/5 Metro Conf. Championships 7/7

Men’s Team Results N/A

Women’s Team Results 9/17 Western Kentucky Hall of Fame 4/4 9/23 Tiger Invitational 1/3 10/1 ASU Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational 1/4 10/8 Murray State Invitational 2/4 10/15 Southern Missouri State 1/3 10/21 Ole Miss Invitational 4/6 11/5 Metro Conf. Championships 7/7

Men’s Team Results 10/2 Saluki-County Fair Invite 6/10 10/15 Murray State Invitational 3/5 10/30 Great Midwest Championships 5/7

1989 Men’s Team Results 9/15 Ole Miss Invitational 3/3 9/22 Tiger Invitational 2/5 9/30 Saluki Invitational 8/9 10/7 Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational 1/2 10/14 Murray State Invitational 1/3 10/21 Vanderbilt Invitational 2/16 11/4 Metro Conf. Championships 5/8 Women’s Team Results 9/15 Ole Miss Invitational 3/3 9/22 Tiger Invitational 3/4 9/30 Saluki Invitational 7/7 10/7 Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational 2/2 10/14 Murray State Invitational 2/2 10/21 Vanderbilt Invitational 9/10 11/4 Metro Conf. Championships 7/8

1990 Men’s Team Results 9/14 Ole Miss Double Dual Meet 9/21 Tiger Invitational 9/29 Saluki Invitational 10/5 Pizza Inn-Dian Invite 10/13 Mid-South Invitational 10/19 Ole Miss Invitational 10/27 Metro Conf. Championships Women’s Team Results 9/14 Ole Miss Double Dual Meet 9/21 Tiger Invitational 9/29 Saluki Invitational 10/5 Pizza Inn-Dian Invite 10/19 Ole Miss Invitational 10/27 Metro Conf. Championships

3/4 3/5 6/8 4/4 2/7 4/7 6/8 2/3 1/4 6/7 1/3 3/6 7/8

1991 Men’s Team Results 9/13 Ole Miss Invitational 6/8 9/20 Tiger Invitational 3/5 10/5 Saluki Invitational 7/7 10/12 Mid-South Invitational 2/2 10/19 Vanderbilt Invitational 12/20 11/2 Great Midwest Championships 5/5 Women’s Team Results 9/13 Ole Miss Invitational 5/7 9/20 Tiger Invitational 3/4 10/5 Country Fair Invitational 9/9 10/12 Rhodes Invitational 1/6 10/19 Vanderbilt Invitational 13/24 11/2 Great Midwest Championships 5/5

Women’s Team Results N/A

1993

Women’s Team Results 10/2 Saluki-County Fair Invite 12/12 10/9 UALR-Quapaw Golf Links 2/3 10/15 Murray State Invitational 3/3 10/30 Great Midwest Championships 7/7

1994 Men’s Team Results N/A Women’s Team Results N/A

Women’s Team Results 9/8 Plough Park Invitational 9/23 Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational 9/30 SMSU Ozark Invitational 10/7 Martin Foods Invitational 10/14 Rhodes Invitational 10/28 C-USA Championships

1998 Men’s Team Results 9/4 Plough Park Invitational 9/12 USF Invitational 9/26 Comodore Classic 10/3 Saluki Invitational 10/17 Chili Pepper Festival 10/31 C-USA Championships 11/14 NCAA South Regional

1/8 1/6 3/14 5/14 8/12 6/11 NTR

Women’s Team Results 9/4 Plough Park Invitational 9/12 USF Invitational 9/26 Commodore Classic 10/3 Saluki Invitational 10/17 SEMO Invitational 10/31 C-USA Championships 11/14 NCAA South Regional

4/12 2/8 6/15 9/14 4/5 12/12 NTR

1999

1995 Men’s Team Results 9/8 Plough Park Invitational 9/23 Vanderbilt Classic 10/7 Martin Foods Invitational 10/14 SEMO Invitational 10/28 C-USA Championship 11/11 District III Championships

2/8 4/18 4/11 2/5 9/11 NTR 7/9 2/3 4/5 12/12 6/13 11/11

Men’s Team Results 9/3 Plough Park Invitational 9/18 Commodore Classic 9/25 Sam Bell Invitational 10/2 Saluki Invitational 10/16 Memphis Invitational 10/30 C-USA Championships 11/14 NCAA South Regional Women’s Team Results 9/3 Plough Park Invitational 9/18 Commodore Classic 9/25 Hawaii Invitational 10/2 Saluki Invitational 10/16 Tiger Invitational 10/30 C-USA Championships

1996 Men’s Team Results 9/7 Plough Park Invitational 6/13 9/14 Georgia State Invitational 5/12 9/21 Commodore Classic 2/13 10/5 Saluki Invitational 7/10 10/19 UTM Skyhawk Invitational 2/6 11/2 C-USA Championships 10/12 Women’s Team Results 9/7 Plough Park Invitational 9/21 Commodore Classic 9/28 Trojan Classic 10/5 Saluki Invitational 10/12 APSU Invitational 10/26 Turner Dairy Sweepstakes 11/2 C-USA Championships

7/13 6/13 6/9 9/11 5/14 1/2 12/12

1997 Men’s Team Results 9/7 Plough Park Invitational 9/14 Georgia State Invitational 9/20 Commodore Classic 10/4 Saluki Invitational 10/1 Southwest Missouri State 11/1 C-USA Championships

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3/8 3/8 9/16 7th 5/15 2/3 12/12

3/7 3/16 7/13 4th 2/3 10/12

6/7 NTR 19/22 8/16 5/9 9/11 NTR 2/9 11/15 4/5 10/16 2/8 12/12

2000 Men’s Team Results 9/16 Crimson Classic 9/30 Commodore Classic 10/7 SIU Classic 10/28 C-USA Championships

16/23 13/26 7/11

Women’s Team Results 9/1 Plough Park Invitational 4/9 9/16 UTC Adidas/Powerade Invite 4/8 9/23 Pizza inn-dian Invite 2/7 10/14 Tiger Invitational 4/5 10/28 C-USA Championships 12/12 11/11 NCAA South Regional NTR

2001 Men’s Team Results 9/1 Plough Park Invitational 9/8 Murray State 9/29 Paddy Doyle Iona Meet 10/6 Saluki Invitational 10/14 Chili Pepper Invitational 10/27 C-USA Championships Women’s Team Results 9/1 Plough Park Invitational 9/8 Murray State 9/22 Vanderbilt

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1/6 2/6 21/25 8/14 18/27 6/11 3/6 2/7 12/14

9/29 10/6 10/13 10/27

Arkansas State/Pepsi Invite 1/3 Saluki Invitational 6/13 Austin Peay Invitational 2/14 C-USA Championships 12/14

2002 Men’s Team Results 8/31 Plough Park Invitational NTR 9/16 Murray State Invitational 2/2 9/21 Vanderbilt Classic 3/9 9/28 Iona Meet of Champions 19/30 10/12 SIU-Carbondale Invitational 8/9 11/2 C-USA Championships 7/12 Women’s Team Results 9/14 Murray State Invitational 2/2 9/21 Vanderbilt Classic 9/11 10/5 Rhodes Invitational 8/14 10/12 SIU-Carbondale Invitational 9/9 11/2 C-USA Championships 14/14

2003 Men’s Team Results 9/6 Memphis Twilight Classic 9/27 Iona Invitational 10/11 Saluki Invite 10/18 Arkansas Invitational 11/1 C-USA Championships

NTR 12/21 4/7 15/33 7/12

Women’s Team Results 9/6 Memphis Twilight Classic 9/13 Commodore Classic 10/3 Notre Dame Invitational 10/18 Chili Pepper Invitational 11/1 C-USA Championships

2/12 5/17 20/20 27/37 14/14

2004 Men’s Team Results 10/9 Saluki Invite 10/23 SEMO Invite 10/30 C-USA Championships

10/12 2/4 11/12

Women’s Team Results 9/11 Memphis Twilight 9/25 UALR Open 10/9 Saluki Invite 10/30 C-USA Championships 11/13 NCAA South Regional

7/16 3/5 8/11 11/14 18/23

2005 Men’s Team Results 9/24 UALR Open 10/8 ASU Invite 10/22 SEMO Invite 10/29 C-USA Championships

4/4 6/6 2/3 8/8

Women’s Team Results 9/2 Belmont Opener 9/11 Memphis Twilight 9/17 Tennessee Dual Meet 9/24 Harrier Classic 10/1 Rhodes Invite 10/15 Chile Pepper 10/29 C-USA Championships 11/12 NCAA South Regional

6/14 5/20 1/2 2/11 4/22 16/38 6/11 11/24

2006 Men’s Team Results 9/16 Old Times Classic 9/23 UALR Open 9/30 Rhodes Invite 10/7 Memphis Twilight Classic 10/28 C-USA Championships

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NTR 5th 5th 12th 10th

2007 NTR 2nd 5th 19th 5th 8th

Women’s Team Results 9/15 Old Times Classic 9/22 UALR Open 9/29 Rhodes Invite 10/6 Memphis Twilight Classic 10/13 Evansville Invite 10/27 C-USA Championships

NTR 3rd 3rd 12th NTR 10th

1976 Metro Conf. Championships 10/7/1989 Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational 10/14/1989 Murray State Invitational 9/4/1998 Plough Park Invitational 9/12/1998 USF Invitational 9/1/2001 Plough Park Invitational

Women’s Team Wins 9/23/1988 Tiger Invitational 10/1/1988 ASU Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational 10/15/1988 Southern Missouri State 9/21/1990 Tiger Invitational 10/5/1990 Pizza Inn-Dian Invite 10/12/1991 Rhodes Invitational 10/26/1996 Turner Dairy Sweepstakes 9/29/2001 Arkansas State/Pepsi Invite 9/17/2005 Tennessee Dual Meet

2008 Men’s Team Results 8/28 Arkansas Tech Twilight 9/13 Memphis Twilight Classic 9/27 UALR Open Meet 10/11 Watson Ford Invitational 10/17 Watson Ford Invitational 11/1 C-USA Championships

3/7 14/29 3/7 5/9 2/2 7/8

Women’s Team Results 8/28 Arkansas Tech Twilight 9/13 Memphis Twilight Classic 9/27 UALR Open Meet 10/11 Watson Ford Invitational 10/17 Watson Ford Invitational 11/1 C-USA Championships

6/9 20/36 5/7 6/7 3/3 12/12

Men’s Individual Winners 1975 1979 1983 1984 9/15/89 10/7/89 10/23/89 9/21/90 10/13/90 10/1/97 9/4/98 8/31/02 10/30/04 10/23/04 10/2/10

Paul Bannon Tony Blackwell Colin Hume David Topham Andrew Juby Tim Lampley Andy Juby Andrew Juby Andrew Juby Christian Friis Kevin Foltz Balazs Laszio Mate Nemeth Mate Nemeth James Maglasang

Metro Conf. Championships Metro Conf. Championships Metro Conf. Championships Metro Conf. Championships Ole Miss Invitational Pizza Inn-Dian Invitational Vanderbilt Invitational Tiger Invitational Mid-South Invitational Southwest Missouri State Plough Park Invitational Plough Park Invitational C-USA Championships SEMO Invite Rhodes Invite

Women’s Individual Winners 10/15/88 10/26/96 9/7/97 10/18/97 9/24/05 9/29/07

Lisa Koch Southern Missouri State Tri-Meet Kathryn Murphy Turner Dairy Sweepstakes Arielle Frileux Plough Park Invitational Arielle Frileux Southwest Missouri State Daniele Riendeau Harrier Classic Emily Malinowski Rhodes Invite

2009 Men’s Team Results 9/6 Memphis Twilight Classic 19/25 9/29 Vanderbilt Invitational 13/16 9/29 Rhodes Invite 4/14 10/10 Ted Lloyd Bison Stampede 3/7 10/31 C-USA Championships 7/8 Women’s Team Results 9/6 Memphis Twilight Classic 17/24 9/29 Vanderbilt Invitational 11/18 9/29 Rhodes Invite 3/12 10/10 Ted Lloyd Bison Stampede 3/6 10/31 C-USA Championships 11/12

2010 Men’s Team Results 9/3 Belmont/Vanderbilt Opener 9/10 9/10 UALR Invite NTS 9/25 Memphis Twilight 21/30 10/2 Rhodes Invite 5/15 10/16 Chile Pepper Festival 44/50 11/1 C-USA Championships 7/8 Women’s Team Results 9/3 Belmont/Vanderbilt Opener 8/12 9/10 UALR Invite NTS 9/25 Memphis Twilight 16/32 10/2 Rhodes Invite 2/11 10/16 Chile Pepper Festival 37/56 11/1 C-USA Championships 7/8 11/13 NCAA South Regional 22/25

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Men’s Team Results 9/15 Old Times Classic 9/22 UALR Open 9/29 Rhodes Invite 10/6 Memphis Twilight Classic 10/13 Evansville Invite 10/27 C-USA Championships

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1988-91 1988-92 1997-98

Cantrece Hayslett Cantrina Hayslett Laura Hill Anita Hobbs Emily Holt

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- B Ali Baker Ashton Baldwin Sherry Bell Tara Belt Emilie Bishop Katy Bondeson Sue Ann Bowen Elizabeth Brennan Josetta Brooks Karin Brooks Kayleigh Brown Romelin Bueno

- I 2003-04 2007-09 1987-90 1999 1993-94 1999-2002 2002-05 1995-96 2003-06 2002-05 2009-10 1995-98

1992 1993-96 2003-04 2000 1992-93 2010-11 2005 1994-96

- D Mary Claire Dake Andrea Dahlman Leslie Daley Jasmine Darden TriNikka Davis Brittany Duboise Dena Dunn

2003-07 1998-2001 2000-03 2008-11 1993-96 2008 1990-94

- E Lauren Everhart

Ashley Ianniello Zaneta Ivy

Sarah Janecek Jenny Johnston

2008

2010-11 2010-11 1998 2001-03

- G Keenan Gibson Gail Graham Melissa Greer

2001-03 1988-90 1996-99

2010-11 1987-90

Debra Lane Lilly Lebron Louisa Lingley Denise Lukes

1986-89 1998-2002 2010-11 1998-99

2005-09 1991-95 2003-07 2003-08 2000-02 2008 2006-09 1991 1996-98 1990-93

- N Amanda Neighbors Nora Nemere Meagan Nichols

1998-2003 2007 2003-06 1998 1996-97 1993 1996-2000

Susan Russ 1969-79 Pat McGuigan 1979-82 No Women’s Team 1982-85 Brenda Cash 1985-2006 Kevin Robinson 2006-Present

Gwen Sanders Lisa Scott Joslynne Serna Tina Sherratt Meghan Shinkwin Tracy Shipmon Karoline Shott Chena Stevenson Ashley Stewart Joy Stotts

1995-97 1990-92 2008 2007-08 2005 1992-94 2009 1991-95 2004-09 1996-97

- T Nandia Taylor

2010-11

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- M Emily Malinowski Kimberly Marshall Becca McMahon Kimberly McViegh Katie Moore Kristi Moore Eryka Morris Kelley Morris Kathryn Murphy Kimberly Myers

Wendy Ragle Lyndsey Ratasiewicz Daniele Riendeau Andrea Roberson Charner Rodgers Mindy Rogenmoser Carla Ross

W o m e n ’ s T r ac k C oac h e s

1999 2003-05 2010-11

Anneli Uys

2007

- W Heather Wells Rachel Weston Titian-Rose Whittle Jessie Wilks Ashley Williams Carrie Williams Heidi Williams Patricia Willingham Michel Wilson Heather Woolls Julie Wright

1989-90 1995-98 2002-03 2007 2001 1998-99 1993 1997-98 2003-04 2002-05 1999-00

*Returnees in BOLD

- O Elin Ovrebo Erica Owen

1995-96 2011

P Laura Peel 1995-96 Amy Perkins 1996-97 Julie Peterson 1987-89, 1993 Brittany Pieraccini 2003-04

- Q -

- H Deborah Hall Sylvia Harris

2004-05 2010-11

- K Ellen Kildal Lisa Koch

- R -

- S -

- J -

- F Ida Fillingsnes Alisha Fitch Arielle Frileux Hayley Futrell

2008 1998-2001

- L -

- C Beth Cabbage Christa Carney Kara Cassel Laura Clark Sarah Cloud Carrie Conner Carrie Corbett Karin Cox

1988-92 1988-92 2010-11 1989-92 1993, 1995

1988-89 1990-93

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- A Daniel Abebe Steve Anthony Juan Arboleda

2005 2001-02 2005-07

Szabi Karadi Istvan Kerekjarto Edwin Kipkorir Daniel Kuhman

- B 1973-76 1979 2005 1999 1990 2006

2011 2007-10 2008-11

- D Adam Didyk Toby Dolman Jeff Doudrick Colin Doyle

2003 1995-96 2000-02 2007

- E Lee Eilert Jorgen Ekdahl

Tim Lampley Steve Lanham Balazs Laszlo Andre Lucas

1996-97, 1999 2007-10

James Maglasang 2010-11 Imran Mahmood 2002-03 Rehan Mahmood 2002-03 Larry Martin 1988-92 Stefan Matschimer 1998-99, 2001 Mark McBeth 1992 Kevin McConnell 1989-93 Steve McFarland 1991-93 Terry McKee 1989 Ricky McLain 2001 Michael Mentz 2004 Kyle Merryman 1986-88 Jim Mirda 1988-91 Steve Moore 1998-99 Jason Morgan 2004-08 Kym Morgan 2003

- F Hugh Ferry Fabian Fiege Geoff Fletcher Kevin Foltz Christian Friis

2001-03 2011 1990-93 1996-2000 1997-98

2007-09 2007-11 1998-2001 1993-94 2010-11

- H Markus Hagmann Ken Hall Dan Hinders Guy Hudson Colin Hume

1996-97 1991-94 1993-95 2007-11 1983

- J Sam James Keanan Joyner Andrew Juby

- N Derek Nakluski Gary Nemeth Mate Nemeth Branda Newsom

2004-08 2011 1988-92

Vince Perryman Justin Pinkston James Porte Travis Pressler

1995-96 1988-89

Dave Tamburrino Cameron Thomas David Topham Darrik Turner Zach Turner

1988-89 2000 1983-86 2010-11 2010-11

- W Lance Wiedower Brandon Williams Julien Wolf Jason Wood Greg Woods

1996-97 2010-11 2011 1995-99 1993

1992 1989

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M e n ’ s T r ac k C oac h e s A.L. Allen Norm Sloan Glen Johnson Larry Wright Glenn Hays Kevin Robinson

2001-02 2002-05 2003-04 1993-95

1995-99 2010-11 1992 2002-03

All-Conference USA Men’s Second Team Jason Scott 1995 Christin Friis 1997 Stefan Matschimer 1998 All-Conference USA Men’s Third Team Balazs Laszio 2000 Adam Widyk 2003 All-Conference USA Women’s Second Team Danielle Riendeau 2005 All-Metro Conference Men’s Team Andrew Juby 1988 Andrew Juby 1989 Andrew Juby 1990

W e e k ly A w a r d s

- Z David Zimmerman Kyle Zimmerman

Conference All-Conference USA Men’s First Team Mate Nemeth 2004

- T -

- P -

- G Wesley Garrett Curtis Gibbs Robert Goode Simon Gron Abdi Guleed

1988-92 1989-90 1999-2003 1999-2003

- M -

- C Austin Carter Jacob Chapman Joe Coneo Jr.

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Brian Stewart John Strong

1953-54 1955 1956-67 1968-70 1971-2006 2006-Present

C-USA Men’s Athlete of the Week Balazs Laszio 10/17/00 Adam Didyk 10/13/03 Juan Arboleda 10/24/06 Edwin Kipkorir 9/30/08 James Maglasang 9/14/10 C-USA Women’s Athlete of the Week Wendy Ragie 10/17/00 Danielle Riendeau 9/27/05

Academic C-USA Men’s All-Academic Curtis Gibbs

2010

C-USA Women’s All-Academic Emily Malinowski Emily Malinowski Emily Malinowski

2006 2007 2008

Institution M Club Hall of Fame Paul Bannon Anita Hobbs

-R Jim Reif Jeremy Rice

1995-98 2011

- S Christian Schmalleger 1997-2000 Jason Scott 1995-97 Trent Scott 2010-11 David Sevier 1990 Abraham Shaposhnik 2004-06 Robert Skinner 2010-11 Brent Smith 1990 Ryan Smith 1998-99, 2001-03 Geoff Standen 2006-07

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Paul Bannon Tony Blackwell Jefferson Brant Griffin Bridgers Bill Burrell Nick Bussey

2003-04 2003-04 2008-10 2011

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