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Media Quick Facts.....................................................................................8 2011-12 Schedule...........................................................................8 Media Information.........................................................................8 2011-12 Roster...............................................................................8 Twitter Coaches & Staff Head Coach Beth Harrelson...........................................................9 Assistant Coach........................................................................... 10 Support Staff............................................................................... 10 Meet the Tigers Golf Profiles............................................................................ 11-14

Memphis Tigers Baseball Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Golf Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball

2010-11 Review Season Recap............................................................................... 15 Youtube Team/Individual Results.............................................................. 15 Memphis Tigers C-USA Awards.............................................................................. 15 Tournament Results................................................................ 16-17 FourSquare History Year-by-Year Results............................................................... 18-20 Year-by-Year Coaching................................................................. 21 All-Time Tournament History................................................. 21-23 Tournament Wins........................................................................ 23 C-USA Championship History................................................. 24-25 NCAA Championship History....................................................... 26 All-Time Roster............................................................................ 27 Record Book................................................................................ 28 Honors & Awards........................................................................ 29 By the Decade........................................................................ 30-31

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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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Media Quick Facts...................................... 8 2011-12 Schedule............................ 8 Media Information.......................... 8 2011-12 Roster................................ 8 Coaches & Staff Head Coach Beth Harrelson............ 9 Assistant Coach............................. 10 Support Staff................................. 10 Meet the Tigers Golf Profiles..............................11-14

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2010-11 Review Season Recap................................. 15 Team/Individual Results................ 15 C-USA Awards................................ 15 Tournament Results..................16-17 History Year-by-Year Results.................18-20 Year-by-Year Coaching................... 21 All-Time Tournament History...21-23 Tournament Wins.......................... 23 C-USA Championship History...24-25 NCAA Championship History......... 26 All-Time Roster.............................. 27 Record Book.................................. 28 Honors & Awards.......................... 29 By the Decade..........................30-31

2011-12 Women’s Golf Schedule 2011 Fall Schedule Sept. 4-6, 2011 Sept. 19-20, 2011 Oct. 10-11, 2011 Oct. 24-25, 2011 Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 2011

Chris Banister Golf Classic Jacksonville, Ala. Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup Louisville, Ky. Lady Pirate Intercollegiate Greenville, N.C. Memphis Women’s Fall Invitational Memphis, Tenn. UAB Beach Blast Gulf Shores, Ala.

2012 Spring Schedule Feb. 13-14, 2012 Feb. 27-28, 2012 Mar. 16-18, 2012 Apr. 6-8, 2012 Apr. 22-24, 2012

UCF Challenge Sir Pizza Cards Challenge Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate Rebel Intercollegiate C-USA Championship

Sorrento, Fla. Weston, Fla. Augusta, Ga. Oxford, Miss. Gulf Shores, Ala.

2011-12 Women’s Golf Roster NAME Alex Aläng Kathleen Glavin Julia Hodgson Ashley Kees Sarah Mathews Marissa Steen Natalie Turk Ashleigh Whisenant

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Hometown/Last School Tullinge, Sweden/Igelstavikens Gymnasium Dayton, Ohio/Archbishop Alter HS Unionville, Ontario/Markham District HS Fort Wayne, Ind./Carroll HS Memphis, Tenn./St. Agnes Academy West Chester, Ohio/Lakota West HS Brentwood, Tenn./Ravenwood HS Attalla, Ala./Etowah HS

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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.

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 Home Course:...... Ridgeway Country Club Par:........................................................ 71 Setting:.......................................230 Acres President:.......................Dr. Shirley Raines Athletic Director:.................. R.C. Johnson Women’s History First Year of Golf:.............................. 1977 NCAA Tournaments/Last:..............8/2007 Result:............21/21 NCAA West Regional Women’s Coaching Staff Head Coach:...................... Beth Harrelson ..................(University of Memphis, 1986) Tenure at Memphis:...........................3 yrs Tenure as Coach:................................3 yrs Assistant Coach:........... Adrian Sportsman Volunteer Assistant:...........Tim Harrelson Women’s Team Information 2010-11 Conference Finish:...............4/10 2010-11 Tournament Wins:.................... 3 2010-11 Top-Five Finishes:..................... 7 2010-11 Individual Medalists:................ 3 Final 2010-11 Rankings:...................86/89 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:............6/0 Media Relations Men’s Contact:............... Adam K. Moussa Office Phone:....................(901) 678-5294 Mobile Phone:..................(865) 387-7341 E-mail:..............akmoussa@memphis.edu Media Relations Fax:........(901) 678-4134 Address:............... 570 Normal, Room 203 ..................................Memphis, TN 38152 Web Site:................www.GoTigersGo.com

Practice/Interviews All women’s golf 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 Beth Harrelson are conducted through the Athletic Media Relations office. Player interviews can also be coordinated throughout the season. 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.

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Class Breakdown Seniors (2) Kathleen Glavin, Marissa Steen

Alabama (1) Ashleigh Whisenant

Tennessee (2) Sarah Mathews, Natalie Turk

Indiana (1) Ashley Kees

Canada (1) Julia Hodgson

Ohio (2) Kathleen Glavin, Marissa Steen

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Juniors (3) Alex Aläng, Julia Hodgson, Sarah Mathews Sophomores (1) Ashley Kees Freshman (2) Natalie Turk, Ashleigh Whisenant

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Lady Tigers to four top-10 team finishes. Harrelson made quick work of laying the foundation for future success of the women’s golf program at her alma mater. A graduate of Briarcrest High School, Harrelson signed a volleyball scholarship with the University of Alabama before to declining to attend the U of M. She arrived on campus in 1982 and played for Coach Diane Hale during the fall season. After redshirting for a year, she made the transition to golf in 1984 and received the team’s Most Improved Player award following the 198485 season. As a senior, Harrelson was selected team captain and posted the team’s lowest scoring average. After graduating with a journalism degree, Harrelson participated on the Futures Tour for two years before moving to Scottsdale, Ariz., to work as an assistant professional at the TPC of Scottsdale during the winter and at Stonebridge Golf Club (Collierville, Tenn.) during the remainder of the year. In 1987, the talented player won the Memphis Women’s Golf Association Tournament and the Double Eagle Golf Tournament. She was also the medalist in the 1988 Tennessee State Tournament. She returned to Memphis permanently in 1990 and accepted as full-time position as the assistant pro at Stonebridge Golf Club. She became the golf instructor at Stonebridge in 1991 and held that position until 1998 when she moved to Quail Ridge Golf Club in Bartlett as the golf instructor. While working at Stonebridge Golf Club, she earned her PGA Class A membership into the Professional Golfers Association in 1995. Prior to being named head coach of the Lady Tigers, Harrelson was an instructor at Memphis National Golf Club, as well as the head golf coach at St. Mary’s High School.

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B e t h H a rr e l s o n Year at Memphis: .................................4th Birthdate: ...................................... Oct. 12 Hometown ...................... Memphis, Tenn. Alma Mater: ..................... Memphis, 1987 Husband: ............................................. Tim Children:....................... Megan, Grace, Jon

Teaching Career Memphis National • 2003-08 • PGA Teaching Pro Quail Ridge Golf Course • 1998-03 • PGA Teaching Pro Stonebridge Golf Course • 1991-98 • PGA Teaching Pro • 1990-91 • Assistant Golf Pro TPC Scottsdale • 1989-90 • Assistant Golf Pro

College Highlights • • • • •

Three-year letterwinner 1985 and 1986 Most Improved Player 1985-86 and 1986-87 Captain 1986-87 Lowest Scoring Average One of only three Lady Tiger golfers in the M Club Hall of Fame

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LPGA’s Futures Tour (1986-88) Champion, 1987 Double Eagle Golf Tournament Medalist, 1988 Tennessee State Tournament

Harrelson was inducted into the M Club Hall of Fame in 1999. Later, she was inducted into the Briarcrest High School Sports Hall of Fame in 2006. She and her husband, Tim, have three children daughters, Megan and Grace, and a son, Jon.

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In her fourth season at the helm of the University of Memphis women’s golf team, Beth Harrelson continues to build the program into a national force. The 2010-11 campaign was a season of unprecedented success for the Lady Tiger golf program. For the first time since the 199697 season, the Lady Tigers won three events (Bobcat Invitational; UAB Fall Beach Blast; Lady Eagle Invitational). Junior Marissa Steen claimed medalist honors in each of the three events the team won, and set a single-season scoring record with an average of 73.97 strokes -per-round. Steen was awarded C-USA Golfer of the Week honors three times during the season, and was named to the C-USA AllTournament Team after finishing second at the C-USA Championship. She was also named first team All-Conference USA. The Lady Tigers wrapped up the season with a fourth-place team finish at the C-USA Cham-

pionship behind a 54-hole team score of 911. In the fall of 2009, Harrelson welcomed three newcomers after losing just one returnee. After struggling to a 14th-place finish in the season-opening Lady Paladin Invitational, Harrelson has led the Lady Tigers to three top-five finishes. After posting back-to-back third-place finishes at the Lady Red Wolf Classic and CSU Wendy’s Invitational, Memphis finally broke through to win the UAB Fall Beach Blast. Led by freshman Sarah Mathews’ rounds of 74-73, the Lady Tigers posted team scores of 300-295 (the lowest two team marks under Harrelson) to capture the first victory under Harrelson and the first for the program since 2007. Harrelson and the Lady Tigers continued to play well in the spring of 2010, claiming their second title of the season at the USA Lady Jaguar Invitational. Marissa Steen claimed medalist honors in the event, becoming the first player to medal under Coach Harrelson. It was the first time the women’s golf program won two or more tournaments in the same season since 1996-97, when it won the Memphis Women’s Invitational, Lady Panther Invitational and the Conference USA Championship. The Lady Tigers also had a strong showing at the 2010 C-USA Championship, posting a season-best tournament total of 895 and finishing fourth. After taking over a program that only had four returning scholarship players in August of 2008, Harrelson led the 2008-09

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Assistant Coaches/Support Staff Assistant Coach Adrian Sportsman

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Adrian Sportsman Year at Memphis: ................................ 1st Birthdate: .......................................Dec. 8 Hometown: .............Corpus Christi, Texas Alma Mater: ........... Arkansas State, 2009

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Four-year letterwinner at Arkansas State (2006-09) Two-year team captain

Former Arkansas State golfer and PGA Junior Tour assistant Adrian Sportsman joined the Memphis women’s golf staff in June of 2011 to serve as the team’s assistant coach. Sportsman comes to Memphis after completing a four-year letterwinning career with the Red Wolves. While at Arkansas State, Sportsman served as a two-year team captain and leader. She recorded her best three-round collegiate performance in 2009 as a senior, when she carded a 220 to tie for third at the Rebel Intercollegiate. The Corpus Christi, Texas, native graduated from Arkansas State in 2009 with her bachelor’s degree in exercise science. Upon graduation, Sportsman served as an assistant on the Southern Texas PGA Junior Tour, while assisting at junior camps in both Jonesboro and Corpus Christi. Sportsman completed her academic career in August of 2011, when she earned her master’s in Sports Management from Arkansas State.

Bob Winn Associate Athletic Director

Jessie Mills Academic Advisor

Adam K. Moussa Media Relations

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Alex Aläng Junior • 2L 5-10 Tullinge, Sweden Igelstavikens Gymnasium Major: International Business

Fall 2010: Competed in all five events, holding a scoring average of 77.3 ... Opened the season with a fifth-place finish at the Bobcat Invitational en route to leading Memphis to its first team title of the season ... Finished in a tie for 33rd after posting scores of 77-82-77 at the Cincinnati Fall Classic ... Turned in scores of 76-78-79 at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate to land in share of 54th position ... Posted rounds of 76-80 at the Memphis Women’s Invitational to finish 19th ... Seventh-place individual finish at the UAB Fall Beach Blast helped lead the Lady Tigers to rounds of 292300 and their second team title of the season. 2009-10 - Freshman Spring 2010: Made spring debut at the Hurricane Invitational and posted rounds of 75-83-83 to finish in a tie for 67th ... Finished eighth with rounds of 80-75-76 at the USA Lady Jaguar Invitational ... Tied for second

Glavin’s Career Stats Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tourn. Round Low Top 20 Year Tourn Rds Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg Rd Avg Avg Avg Rd Finish 2008-09 8 23 1,929 85.8 83.4 82.3 251.4 83.9 76 1 2009-10 8 21 1,659 78.5 79.6 79.3 237.5 79.0 72 2 2010-11 12 30 2,302 76.3 76.7 76.7 229.7 76.7 73 5 Total 28 74 5,890 80.2 79.9 79.4 239.5 79.9 72 8

in par-three scoring for the event ... Finished in a tie for 48th at the Cincinnati Spring Invitational with scores of 84-81-74 ... Posted a career-best finish of third at the EKU Lady Colonel Classic en route to leading Memphis to its lowest 54-hole total of the season and a runner-up finish ... Led the tournament in number of pars (42) and tied for the lead in par-four scoring average (4.03) ... Posted the third-lowest three-round individual total (72-73-74--219) in school history at the Conference USA Championship ... Performance earned her a seventh-place finish and led Memphis to a fourth-place team showing. Fall 2009: Posted an 88 in the opening round of the Lady Paladin Invitational, helping lead the Lady Tigers to a 14th-place finish ... Fired rounds of 76-74 to lead the Lady Tigers to a third-place finish at the CSU Wendy’s Invitational ... Performance earned her an eighthplace finish, her best of the season ... Turned in rounds of 79-73 at the UAB Fall Beach Bash to finish 11th and help lead Memphis to its first team victory since 2007. Prior to Memphis Was the 85th-ranked junior girl in Sweden ... Played tournaments on the Skandia Junior Tour (SJT), which is the Swedish National Junior Tour ... Held a scoring average of 79.1 strokes-per-round, with a low round of 72 ... On the SJT, finished in the top-10 five times, with a top finish of second.

Aläng’s Career Stats Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tourn. Round Low Top 20 Year Tourn Rds Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg Rd Avg Avg Avg Rd Finish 2009-10 8 20 1,544 78.6 76.0 76.6 231.2 77.2 72 5 2010-11 12 29 2,237 76.8 76.5 77.6 230.8 77.1 71 6 Total 20 49 3,781 77.7 76.3 78.1 231.0 77.1 71 11

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Kathleen Glavin Senior • 3L 5-4 Dayton, Ohio Archbishop Alter HS

Major: Exercise and Sport Science

2010-11 - Junior Spring 2011: Competed in all five events for ... Opened the spring with scores of 73-75-78 at the UCF Challenge to finish 40th ... Helped Memphis to a third-place finish at the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge with rounds of 80-75-77 ... Finished 36th at the Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate with a 54-hole total of 229 ... Posted career-best finish of third at the Lady Eagle Invitational ... Turned in rounds of 73-75 en route to helping the Lady Tigers to their third team title of the season ... Helped Memphis to a fourth-place finish in the C-USA Championship by finishing 21st individually with rounds of 79-76-76 ... Member of the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Finished the season with a 76.7 scoring mark and average finish of 25.1. Fall 2010: Competed in all five events, posting a scoring average of 76.8 and tournament average of 228.6 ... Best finish came at the UAB Fall Beach Blast, where she carded rounds of 73-76 to finish fourth individually and lead Memphis to its second team title of the season ... Turned in a top-10 finish at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate with rounds of 7573-73 ... Helped Memphis to a season-opening victory at the Bobcat Invitational by firing rounds of 78-80. 2009-10 - Sophomore Spring 2010: Posted rounds of 77-75-77 to earn a career-low finish of fifth and lead Memphis to its second team title of the season at the USA Lady Jaguar Invitational ... Finished tied for 41st at the Cincinnati Spring Invitational with rounds of 76-80-81 ... Fired

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2010-11 - Sophomore Spring 2011: Competed in all five spring events ... Finished 28th at the UCF Challenge to start the spring ... Rounds of 80-74-74 earned a tie for 19th finish at the Sir Pizza Cards Challenging while helping Memphis to a third-place team finish ... Placed 61st at the Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate with a 54-hole total of 237 ... Turned in best finish of the spring (8th) en route to helping Memphis to its third team title of the season at the Lady Eagle Invitational ... Placed in the top-20 at the C-USA Championship for the second-straight season with scores of 79-73-78 to finish 18th ... Member of the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Finished the season with a 77.1 scoring average.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts P l ay e r B i o s rounds of 77-81-76 at the EKU Lady Colonel Classic en route to helping Memphis to a season-low 54-hole total (909) and a runner-up finish ... Finished 31st at the C-USA Championship en route to helping Memphis post its third-lowest team tournament total in school history (895) and finish fourth overall.

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Fall 2009: Fired rounds of 81-80 in the rain-shortened Lady Paladin Invitational to finish 52nd ... Posted rounds of 89-81-80 to help lead Memphis to a sixth-place finish at the Cincinnati Fall Classic ... Finished 49th in the 2009 Lady Red Wolf Classic with rounds of 80-87 ... Missed the CSU Wendy’s Invitational with a back injury ... Came back strong with rounds of 72-78 to finish eighth and help lead the Lady Tigers to a victory at the UAB Fall Beach Bash ... Eighth-place finish was the best of the season. 2008-09 - Freshman Spring 2009: Competed in all four spring events for the Lady Tigers ... Posted a 76 at the Lady Eagle Invitational, leading her to a 12th-place finish ... Posted a three-day total of 247 at the Rebel Intercollegiate to finish 58th ... Finished 36th at C-USA Championship after rounds of 85-91-89. Fall 2010: Competed in all four fall events, posting her best finish of 40th at the Ross Resorts Invitational, where she shot rounds of 84-85-82 ... Carried a scoring average of 84.5, with a low round of 78. Prior to Memphis Was the captain of her team at Archbishop Alter High School in Dayton, Ohio ... Medalist at sectionals both her junior and senior seasons, shooting 73 and 75, respectively ... Also went on to finish 12th at the Ohio High School State Tournament as a junior ... Earned the honor of being on the 1st team all Girls Greater Cincinnati League (GGCL) all four years, and was tabbed as the GGCL Player of the Year her senior year. Personal Born April 6 in Dayton, Ohio, to Bob and Sheila Glavin.

straight top-20 finish by recording rounds of 74-78-77 en route to a career-low 13th-place individual finish at EKU... Performance helped Junior • 2L the Lady Tigers to post their lowest 54-hole 5-4 score of the season and a runner-up finish Unionville, Ontario at the EKU Lady Colonel Classic ... .Posted Markham District HS Major: Communication the best finish of the season (10th) by firing rounds of 72-76-73 at the C-USA Championship ... Performance helped Memphis finish fourth and post the lowest team total of the 2010-11 - Sophomore Spring 2011: Competed in all five events for season (895). the Lady Tigers ... Opened the spring with a finish of 58th behind scores of 76-80-77 at Fall 2009: Made her Lady Tiger debut at Cinthe UCF Challenge ... Placed 21st in the Sir cinnati Fall Classic, shooting rounds of 81-84Pizza Cards Challenge and helped Memphis 79 to finish 33rd ... Finished 40th in the 2009 to a third-place finish ... Carded a 36-hole to- Lady Red Wolf Classic with rounds of 83-81 ... tal of 164 en route to helping the Lady Tigers Fired rounds of 85-79 to help lead the Lady to their third title of the season at the Lady Tigers to a third-place finish at the CSU WenEagle Invitational ... Posted the second-best dy’s Invitational. finish (42nd) on the squad at the Rebel Intercollegiate ... Posted a 54-hole total of 235 (82- Prior to Memphis 77-76) to help Memphis finish fourth in the Captain of her high school golf team for her C-USA Championship ... Held a final scoring final three years of high school ... Held a scormark of 77.8 strokes-per-round and an aver- ing average of 77 strokes-per-round as a senior and currently holds a handicap of two ... age finish of 34.9. A member of the 2007 CJGA (Canadian Junior Fall 2010: Competed in four of five events Golf Association) Stephen Ames Canada Ryfor Memphis, missing the Cincinnati Fall Invi- der Cup team that went 3-0 ... Won the 2007 tational with an injury ... Finished the fall with CJGA Nike Qualifier. a 76.7 scoring average, improving by over two strokes from the previous year ... Had a low Ashley Kees round of 72 in the first round of the Bobcat Invitational, where she posted a career-best Sophomore • 1L finish of second ... Performance helped lead 5-9 Memphis to its first team title of the season Fort Wayne, Ind. ... Turned in scores of 74-83 at the UAB Fall Carroll HS Beach Blast en route to helping the team to a Major: Undeclared 21-stroke victory.

Julia Hodgson

2009-10 - Freshman Spring 2010: Finished 66th and posted rounds of 79-81-80 in the Hurricane Invitational ... Helped lead Memphis to a team victory at the USA Lady Jaguar Invitational by posting rounds of 80-79-84 and finishing in a tie for 41st ... Earned career low finish of 19th by posting scores of 76-77-79 at the Cincinnati Spring Invitational ... Recorded her second-

2010-11 - Freshman Spring 2011: Missed the spring-opener at the UCF Challenge, but competed in the remaining five events ... Finished 67th at the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge with scores of 81-85-81 ... Turned in a 54-hole total of 236 for a 58thplace finish at the Lady Jaguar Invitational ... Posted a career-best individual finish (2nd) at the Lady Eagle Invitational with rounds of

Hodgson’s Career Stats Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tourn. Round Low Top 20 Year Tourn Rds Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg Rd Avg Avg Avg Rd Finish 2009-10 8 22 1,738 78.6 79.6 78.7 236.9 79.0 72 3 2010-11 11 27 2,101 76.8 79.3 77.2 233.3 77.8 72 2 Total 19 49 3,839 77.7 79.5 78.0 235.1 78.4 72 5

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Kees’ Career Stats Total 1st 2nd Year Tourn Rds Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg 2010-11 11 2,154 27 79.1 79.9

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Marissa Steen Senior • 3L 5-7 West Chester, Ohio Lakota West HS Major: Sport and Leisure Management

2010-11 - Junior Spring 2011: Posted four top-10 finishes in six events, including one first place showing and a runner-up ... Opened the spring with a 77th-place showing at the UCF Challenge ... Rebounded to finish fifth at the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge with rounds of 70-7574 ... Continued her strong play by finishing ninth at the Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate ... Earned her third medalist honor of the season by posting rounds of 71-73 at the Lady Eagle Invitational ... Performance helped lead Memphis to its third team title of the season ... Placed 25th at the Rebel Intercollegiate ... Finished second at the C-USA Championship with rounds of 77-70-73.

Personal Fall 2009: Made her collegiate debut at the Born June 16 ... Daughter of Brad and Jackie Lady Paladin Invitational, posting round of 82Kees. 85 to help guide Memphis to a 14th-place finish ... Fired rounds of 79-83-77 to finish 25th at the Cincinnati Fall Classic ... Carded rounds of 90-80 Sarah Mathews to finish 56th and help Memphis to a third-place Fall 2010: Finished the fall with a 73.2 scorfinish at the Lady Red Wolf Classic ... Recorded ing average, besting the all-time record of Junior • 2L her first top-20 finish with rounds of 76-79 at 74.1 set by Stacey Tate ... Earned medalist 5-8 the CSU Wendy’s Invitational ... Finished second honors twice during the fall and Memphis Memphis, Tenn. with rounds of 74-73 at the UAB Fall Beach Blast won the team title in both events ... Posted St. Agnes Academy Major: Accounting/ while leading the Lady Tigers to their first vic- scores of 71-67 to claim the individual title International Business tory under Coach Harrelson and the first for the at the season-opening Bobcat Invitational ... program since 2007. Also won the UAB Fall Beach Blast with scores of 73-70 ... Finished in the top-10 in all five 2010-11 - Sophomore events, including top-five in all but one ... Spring 2011: Competed in just two events Prior to Memphis in the spring due to a leg injury ... Finished Three-time qualifier for the Optimist Inter- .Held a 218.2 tournament scoring average 86th in the UCF Challenge with scores of 77Mathew’s Career Stats 80-86 ... Helped Memphis win the team title at the Lady Eagle Invitational with an individ Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tourn. Round Low Top 20 ual finish of 30th ... Rounded out the season Year Tourn Rds Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg Rd Avg Avg Avg Rd Finish with a final scoring mark of 78.4 strokes-per- 2009-10 10 26 2,063 80.3 78.2 79.7 238.2 79.3 73 3 2010-11 8 18 1,411 77.0 78.6 79.7 235.2 78.4 72 2 round and an average finish of 31.6. Total

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Fall 2010: Competed in all five events, holding a 77.3 strokes-per-round with a low round of 72 coming in the first round of the UAB Fall Beach Blast ... Followed that round with a 79 to finish sixth en route to helping the Lady Tigers win the tournament for the second-consecutive year ... Turned in back-to-back rounds Fall 2010: Made collegiate debut at the of 73 en route to finishing third in the Bobcat 2010 Bobcat Invitational competing as an Invitational ... Scores helped lead Memphis to individual ... Back-to-back 73s tied her with a season-opening victory at that event. teammate Sarah Mathews for third position ... Continued to hone her game the remain- 2009-10 - Freshman der of the fall. Spring 2010: Earned a tie for 49th finish at the Hurricane Invitational with rounds of 83Prior to Memphis 75-77 to open the spring ... Earned secondLettered all four years at Carroll High School best finish of her career by posting three in Fort Wayne, Ind. under Coach Bryan Koeh- consecutive 77s at the USA Lady Jaguar Invitalinger ... A four-time all-region and all-confer- tional and finishing tied for eighth ... Rounds ence selection ... Named Player of the Year of 79-78-86 earned her a share of 62nd place two times and a one-time all-state selection at the Cincinnati Spring Invitational ... Rounds ... Finished ninth in the state championship of 80-78-83 helped lead Memphis to a runher junior season and was the runner-up her ner-up finish at the EKU Lady Colonel Classenior year ... Section, regional and two-time sic ... Finished in a tie for 37th at the C-USA conference champion ... Also lettered four Championship with scores of 83-74-78 and seasons in basketball. helped the Lady Tigers finish fourth. 73-74 and helped Memphis to its third team title of the season ... Finished 38th in the CUSA Championship to help the Lady Tigers to a fourth-place showing ... Closed out the season with a final scoring mark of 79.8 strokesper-round and an average finish of 47.0.

national Junior Championship ... Was a finalist for the Commercial Appeal’s “Best of the Preps” four years in a row (2005-08) ... Voted the 2007 Commercial Appeal Female Golfer of the Year ... In addition to her golf accolades, a member of the National Honor Society and was elected as sophomore and junior class president at St. Agnes Academy ... Also served as president of the Student Government Association her senior year.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts P l ay e r B i o s and turned in a career-low round of 67 in the lowest finisher for Memphis at the C-USA first round of the Bobcat Invitational. Championship, where her three-day total of 252 earned her a 26th-place finish. 2009-10 - Sophomore Spring 2010: Recorded her seventh career Fall 2010: The Lady Tigers’ most consistent top-20 finish with a tie for 13th-place show- performers ... Competed in all four events ing at the Hurricane Invitational ... Fired and posted two top-20 finishes at the Lady rounds of 76-69-81 in the event ... Round of Red Wolf Classic and Ross Resorts Invitational 69 was her season-best, and her first round ... Best finish of fourth at the Lady Red Wolf in the 60’s under Coach Harrelson ... Claimed Classic, where she fired rounds of 78-78- 74 medalist honors at the USA Lady Jaguar Invi- ... Held the lowest scoring average on the tational and led Memphis to a team title with team at 78.6 strokes-per-round. rounds of 75-73-74 ... Led the tournament in pars and par-four scoring ... Posted scores of Prior to Memphis 81-73-71 to grab a share of fifth place at the A standout performer at Lakota West High Cincinnati Spring Invitational ... Helped lead School in West Chester, Ohio ... Achieved honthe Lady Tigers to a sixth-place team show- ors of first team all-conference, first team alling ... Turned in her third-consecutive top-five district, first team all-city, first team all-state finish and a sixth top-10 of the season by fin- and was a member of her high school’s 2006 ishing in a tie for fourth at the EKU Lady Colo- state championship team ... Also held a 4.1 nel Classic ... Rounds of 76-74-75 helped lead GPA in high school and was a recipient of the Memphis to its lowest 54-hole total of the J. Kyle Braid Leadership Foundation Award. season and a runner-up finish ... Tied for the tournament lead in par-four scoring (4.03). Personal Born December 4 in Cincinnati, Ohio ... Fall 2009: Qualified for the No. 1 spot for Daughter of Tod and Kathy Steen. the Lady Paladin Invitational, where she fired rounds of 83-78 to finish 52nd ... Came back Natalie Turk strong at the Cincinnati Fall Classic, shooting 78-82-75 to tie for 10th ... Turned in her Freshman • HS best finish of the fall, placing eigth, at the 5-10 Lady Red Wolf Classic with scores of 76-77 ... Brentwood, Tenn. Posted her third-consecutive top-10 finish at Ravenwood HS the CSU Wendy’s Invitational with rounds of Major: Undeclared 76-77 ... Finished 26th with scores of 78-77 while helping to lead Memphis to victory at the UAB Fall Beach Blast. Prior to Memphis A stand-out dual-sport athlete at Ravenwood 2008-09 - Freshman High ... Earned varsity letters in both golf (four Spring 2009: Continued to be a force in years) and basketball (two years) with the the spring ... Fired rounds of 78-80-77 in the Raptors ... Competed, on the course, under Qdoba Invitational to finish 37th ... Narrowly the guidance of Coach Daniel Hollandsworth missed the top-20 at the Lady Eagle Invita- ... Averaged a nine-hole score of 38.5 and tional, carding rounds of 80-81 to finish 23rd an 18-hole score of 76.2 as a senior ... Lift... Recorded her highest finish of the spring at ed Ravenwood to TSSAA 3A state runner-up the Rebel Intercollegiate, where she posted titles in both her junior and senior seasons, rounds of 76-75-77 to finish 12th ... Second- while pacing the Raptors to four regional and

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three district golf titles ... Finished her prep career having lost only one match. Personal Daughter of Ronald and Stacy Turk ... Born July 29 in Mandeville, La. ... Goes by the nickname `Nat’ ... One of only two national recipients of the 2011 USGA-ASGA Presidents’ Leadership Award ... Actively involved in numerous clubs and extracurricular activities in high school including: Mu Alpha Theta, Young Life, the National Honors Society, Habitat for Humanity and Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... Garnered Student-Athlete of the Month honors in August of 2011, RHS Good Citizen Awards in 2009 and 2010, as well as being named to the Principals’ List in each quarter of her high school career ... Completed her academic career boasting a 4.16 GPA.

Ashleigh Whisenant Freshman • HS 5-6 Attalla, Ala. Etowah HS Major: Undeclared Prior to Memphis Prepped for Etowah High under the tutelage of Coach Steve Roach ... Earned six varsity letters for her efforts on the course ... A standout performer for the Blue Devils, earning all-region honors in four of her six seasons ... Fired a career-low 68 at the 2010 Etowah County Girls Championship ... Placed first in both the Grissom Girls Invitational and the Etowah County Girls Championship as a senior ... Recorded a runner-up finish in the 2010 Alabama state championship, while placing third in the Alabama Girls State Junior Championships ... Was a three-time Etowah County Champion, while qualifying for the AJGA at Steelwood and placing in the top-10 at the AJGA at the Ledges Championship ... Also earned four letters on the Blue Devils basketball team.

Total 1st 2nd 3rd Tourn. Round Low Top 20 Year Tourn Rds Strokes Rd Avg Rd Avg Rd Avg Avg Avg Rd Finish 2008-09 8 23 1,819 79.8 80.1 77.1 237 79.1 74 3 2009-10 10 26 1,983 77.4 75.6 75.5 228.5 76.3 69 7 2010-11 12 30 2,219 73.8 73.9 74.4 222.2 73.97 67 9 Total 28 79 6,021 77.0 76.5 75.6 229.2 76.5 67 19

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts The 2010-11 campaign was a season of unprecedented success for the Lady Tiger golf program. For the first time since the 1996-97 season, the Lady Tigers won three events (Bobcat Invitational, UAB Fall Beach Blast, Lady Eagle Invitational). Junior Marissa Steen claimed medalist honors in each of the three events the team won, and set a single-season scoring record with an average of 73.97 strokes-per-round. Steen was awarded C-USA Golfer of the Week honors three times during the season, and was named to the C-USA All-Tournament Team after finishing second at the C-USA

Championship. She was also named first team All-Conference USA. The Lady Tigers wrapped up the season with a fourth-place team finish at the C-USA Championship behind a 54-hole team score of 911.

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Place Teams Par 1st 6 +11 5th 15 +68 6th 16 +31 2nd 18 +53 1st 8 +16

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Place Teams Par T15th 17 +56 3rd 14 +44 T11th 17 +56 1st 8 +29 15th 18 +64 4th 10 +47

2010-11 Individual Totals Strokes 2,219 2,302 2,237 2,101

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C-USA All-Conference First Team Fanny Wolte, East Carolina Marissa Steen, Memphis Janine Fellows, Tulane Maribel Lopez Porras, Tulane Kristina Merkle, Tulsa C-USA All-Conference Second Team Amber Littman, East Carolina Ashley McKenney, Tulane Marita Engzelius, Tulsa Shang-Fan Huang, UTEP Teresa Nogues, UTEP C-USA All-Conference Third Team Amy Otteson, East Carolina Brandi Rodriguez, Southern Miss Linn Gustafsson, Tulane Kamryn Ruffin, Tulsa Carolin Pinegger, UC C-USA All-Academic Team Colleen Estes, East Carolina Molly Ginger, Marshall Marissa Steen, Memphis Linn Gustafsson, Tulane Kamryn Ruffin, Tulsa Carolyn Cochran, UAB Katie Detlefsen, UCF

2010-11 Individual Results Fall 2010 Alex Aläng Kathleen Glavin Julia Hodgson Ashley Kees Sarah Mathews Marissa Steen

Bobcat (5) 75-75=150 (T19) 78-80=158 (2) 72-73=145 (T3) 73-73=146 (T3) 73-73=146 (1) 71-67=138

Spring 2011 Alex Aläng Kathleen Glavin Julia Hodgson Ashley Kees Sarah Mathews Marissa Steen

UCF Challenge (28) 76-71-77=224 (40) 73-75-78=226 (58) 76-80-77=233 -DNP- (86) 77-80-86=243 (77) 77-81-80=238

Cincinnati (33) 77-82-77=236 (37) 79-83-75=237 -DNP- (51) 82-82-79=243 (27) 80-76-79=235 (6) 77-74-74=225 Sir Pizza Cards (19) 80-74-74=228 (33) 80-75-77=232 (21) 77-76-76=229 (67) 81-85-81=247 -DNP Injured- (5) 70-75-74=219

Lady Pirate (54) 76-78-79=233 (10) 75-73-73=221 (44) 75-79-77=231 (73) 81-81-77=239 (37) 79-77-74=230 (3) 76-71-70=217 Administaff (61) 80-79-78=237 (36) 73-75-81=229 (76) 78-84-80=242 (58) 75-80-81=236 -DNP Injured- (9) 74-77-73=221

University of Memphis

2011

Memphis Women’s (19) 76-80=156 (19) 77-79=156 (25) 77-80=157 (67) 89-80=169 (32) 80-80=160 (5) 75-77=152 Lady Eagle (8) 74-78=152 (3) 73-75=148 (34) 81-83=164 (2) 73-74=147 (30) 78-85=163 (1) 71-73=144

UAB Fall Beach (7) 77-75=152 (4) 73-76=149 (17) 74-83=157 (27) 77-84=161 (6) 72-79=151 (1) 73-70=143

Rebel Intercollegiate (95) 76-80=156 (54) 79-77-77=233 (42) 76-78-77=231 (84) 83-77-84=244 -DNP Injured- (25) 71-78-77=226

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C-USA Champ. (18) 79-73-78=230 (21) 79-76-76=231 (30) 82-77-76=235 (38) 77-83-81=241 -DNP Injured(2) 77-70-73=220

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Tournament Bobcat Invitational Cincinnati Fall Invitational Lady Pirate Intercollegiate Memphis Women’s Invitational UAB Fall Beach Blast

Rds 30 30 29 27

C-USA Freshman of the Year Fanny Wolte, East Carolina

C-USA Coach of the Year Jere Pelletier, UTEP

Fall 2010 Sept. 7-8 Sept. 20-21 Oct. 11-12 Oct. 25-26 Nov. 1-2

Tourn. 12 12 12 11

C-USA Golfer of the Year Maribel Lopez Porras, Tulane

C-USA Newcomer of the Year Meghan Chapman, Tulsa

2010-11 Team Results

Golfer Marissa Steen Kathleen Glavin Alex Aläng Julia Hodgson Sarah Mathews Ashley Kees

2010-11 C-USA A wa r d s

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Riverside Country Club Bozeman, Mont. Sept. 7-8, 2010 Par 71 • 5,905 Yards

Greenville Country Club Greenville, N.C. Oct. 11-12, 2010 Par 71 • 5,947 Yards

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Team 1. Memphis 2. Montana St. 3. CSU-Fullerton 4. Portland 5. Idaho St. 6. Utah Valley St.

To Par (+11) (+45) (+49) (+61) (+77) (+79)

Rd. 1 291 311 303 318 313 314

Rd. 2 288 302 314 311 332 333

Rd. 3 - - - - - -

Total 579 613 617 629 645 647

Individual Top 10 1. Marissa Steen, Memphis 2. Julia Hodgson, Memphis 3. Ashley Kees, Memphis Sarah Mathews, Memphis 5. Alex Aläng, Memphis 6. Kelly O’Brien, Montana St Lisa Okazaki, Portland Molly Dorans, Montana St Sara Banke, Portland 10. Melissa Hultstrand, Montana St Neomi Hunt, Fullerton Taylor Fowler, Fullerton

(-4) 71-67 - 138 (+3) 72-73 - 145 (+4) 73-73 - 146 (+4) 73-73 - 146 (+8) 75-75 - 150 (+9) 76-75 - 151 (+9) 78-73 - 151 (+9) 79-72 - 151 (+9) 75-76 - 151 (+11) 76-77 - 153 (+11) 74-79 - 153 (+11) 74-79 - 153

Memphis Individuals 1. Marissa Steen 2. Julia Hodgson T3. Ashley Kees T3. Sarah Mathews 5. Alex Aläng T19. Kathleen Glavin

(-4) 71-67 - 138 (+3) 72-73 - 145 (+4) 73-73 - 146 (+4) 73-73 - 146 (+8) 75-75 - 150 (+16) 78-80 - 158

Cincinnati Fall Classic Elks Run Golf Course Batavia, Ohio Sept. 20-21, 2010 Par 72 • 6,186 Yards Team 1. FIU 2. Toledo 3. Cincinnati 4. Penn St. 5. Memphis 6. Murray St. 7. Morehead St. 8. Southern Miss 9. Ohio 10. Akron 11. Austin Peay St. 12. Texas-Pan Am. 13. Marshall 14. Evansville 15. Robert-Morris

To Par (+25) (+36) (+49) (+51) (+68) (+73) (+75) (+80) (+83) (+86) (+93) (+99) (+109) (+132) (+135)

Rd. 1 307 304 308 305 313 322 321 321 321 336 326 320 322 337 326

Rd. 2 295 299 305 306 314 309 310 321 323 310 325 323 328 334 333

Rd. 3 287 297 300 304 305 306 308 302 303 304 307 320 323 325 340

Total 889 900 913 915 932 937 939 944 947 950 857 963 973 996 999

Individual Top 10 1. Bambee Dela Paz, Cincinnati 2. Cristina Marin, FIU 3. Natasha Gobey, Toledo 4. Gia Fanelli, Penn State 5. Chelsea Harris, Aust. Peay 6. Emma Jonsson, MoreheadKY Marissa Steen, Memphis Michelle Hui, Toledo Shelby Coyle, FIU 10. Delaney Howson, Murray St. Paula Hurtado, FIU

(+1) 75-71-71 - 217 (+4) 73-71-76 - 220 (+5) 76-74-71 - 221 (+7) 76-75-72 - 223 (+8) 76-76-72 - 224 (+9) 79-72-74 - 225 (+9) 77-74-74 - 225 (+9) 78-72-75 - 225 (+9) 78-74-73 - 225 (+10) 77-74-75 - 226 (+10) 77-75-74 - 226

Memphis Individuals T6. Marissa Steen T27. Sarah Mathews T33. Alex Aläng T37. Kathleen Glavin T51. Ashley Kees

(+9) 77-74-74 - 225 (+19) 80-76-79 - 235 (+20) 77-82-77 - 236 (+21) 79-83-75 - 237 (+27) 82-82-79 - 243

Team To Par 1. Maryland (+24) 2. East Carolina (+29) 3. Augusta St. (+35) 4. Pennsylvania (+38) 5. UNC-Wilmington (+41) 6. Memphis (+43) 7. Longwood (+51) 8. William & Mary (+53) 9. USF (+57) 10. Old Dominion (+60) 11. Gardner-Webb (+61) 12. Elon (+62) 13. Georgetown (+77) 14. Richmond (+78) 15. Radford (+93) 16. Charleston So. (+111)

Rd. 1 292 291 292 293 296 302 300 308 308 313 303 305 317 308 309 325

Individual Top 10 1. Christine Shimel, Maryland 2. Natalie Wille, Augusta St 3. Fanny Wolte, E Carolina Jessie Hollandsworth, Maryland Marissa Steen, Memphis Samantha Morrell, ODU 7. Amber Littman, E Carolina 8. Amy Otteson, E Carolina Caroline Sweet, Wm. & Mary 10. Faith Hardison, E Carolina Kathleen Glavin, Memphis Lori Beth Adams, UNCW Memphis Individuals T3. Marissa Steen T10. Kathleen Glavin T37. Sarah Mathews T44. Julia Hodgson T54. Alex Aläng 73. Ashley Kees

Rd. 2 294 301 300 296 298 299 306 297 300 298 304 298 302 311 316 315

Rd. 3 290 289 295 301 299 294 297 300 301 301 306 311 310 311 320 323

Total 876 881 887 890 893 895 903 905 909 912 913 914 929 930 945 963

(-1) 71-72-69 - 212 (+3) 71-73-72 - 216 (+4) 72-74-71 - 217 (+4) 71-74-72 - 217 (+4) 76-71-70 - 217 (+4) 74-71-72 - 217 (+6) 72-77-70 - 219 (+7) 75-73-72 - 220 (+7) 74-73-73 - 220 (+8) 68-73-80 - 221 (+8) 75-73-73 - 221 (+8) 75-73-73 - 221 (+4) 76-71-70 - 217 (+8) 75-73-73 - 221 (+17) 79-77-74 - 230 (+18) 75-79-77 - 231 (+20) 76-78-79 - 233 (+26) 81-81-77 - 239

M e m p h i s W o m e n ’ s I n v i tat i o n a l Ridgeway Country Club Germantown, Tenn. Oct. 25-26, 2010 Par 71 • 6,176 Yards Team 1. Illinois 2. Memphis Missouri St. 4. Mississippi St. 5. Boise St. 6. Southern Miss 7. UAB 8. Butler Cincinnati 10. Arkansas St. 11. Marshall 12. Samford 13. UMKC 14. Austin Peay St. 15. Belmont 16. Evansville 17. Indiana St. 18. IPFW

To Par (+47) (+53) (+53) (+55) (+57) (+62) (+65) (+67) (+67) (+78) (+81) (+84) (+87) (+88) (+98) (+103) (+112) (+194)

Rd. 1 314 305 310 307 317 318 322 320 317 333 323 324 334 330 337 345 341 387

Individual Top 10 1. Erika Thornton, Miss. St. Vicky Correa, So. Miss. 3. Alex Carl, Cincinnati Hayley Young, Boise St. 5. Kelsey Welber, MSU Marissa Steen, Memphis 7. Allison Harper, Marshall

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Clare Cornelius, Butler Ember Schuldt, Illinois Jaime Ritter, UAB Jamie Brabb, UAB

(+11) 75-78 - 153 (+11) 79-74 - 153 (+11) 77-76 - 153 (+11) 78-75 - 153

Memphis Individuals T5. Marissa Steen T19. Kathleen Glavin T19. Alex Aläng T25. Julia Hodgson T32. Sarah Mathews T67. Ashley Kees

(+10) 75-77 - 152 (+14) 77-79 - 156 (+14) 76-80 - 156 (+15) 77-80 - 157 (+18) 80-80 - 160 (+27) 89-80 - 169

UA B F a l l B e a c h The Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club Gulf Shores, Ala. Nov. 1-2, 2010 Par 72 • 5,974 Yards Team 1. Memphis 2. ULM 3. Marshall 4. Austin Peay 5. Belmont 6. UAB 7. UWF 8. Tenn. Tech

To Par (+16) (+37) (+41) (+44) (+54) (+55) (+60) (+80)

Rd. 1 292 301 301 308 305 315 313 319

Rd. 2 300 312 316 312 325 316 323 337

Rd. 3 - - - - - - - -

Total 592 613 617 620 630 631 636 656

Individual Top 10 1. Marissa Steen, Memphis 2. Jennifer Gartin, W. Florida 3. Ali Lucas, ULM 4. Kathleen Glavin, Memphis 5. Chelsea Harris, Aust. Peay 6. Sarah Mathews, Memphis 7. Alex Aläng, Memphis Allison Harper, Marshall Elin Andersson, Marshall 10. Britany Hanna, ULM

(+1) 73-70 - 143 (+2) 74-70 - 144 (+3) 70-75 - 145 (+7) 73-76 - 149 (+8) 76-74 - 150 (+9) 72-79 - 151 (+10) 77-75 - 152 (+10) 72-80 - 152 (+10) 74-78 - 152 (+11) 77-76 - 153

Memphis Individuals 1. Marissa Steen 4. Kathleen Glavin 6. Sarah Mathews T7. Alex Aläng T17. Julia Hodgson T27. Ashley Kees

(+1) 73-70 - 143 (+7) 73-76 - 149 (+9) 72-79 - 151 (+10) 77-75 - 152 (+15) 74-83 - 157 (+19) 77-84 - 161

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Rd. 2 301 316 311 316 308 312 311 315 318 313 326 328 321 326 329 326 339 375

Rd. 3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Total 615 621 621 623 625 630 633 635 635 646 649 652 655 656 666 671 680 762

(+5) 71-76 - 147 (+5) 76-71 - 147 (+8) 72-78 - 150 (+8) 77-73 - 150 (+10) 76-76 - 152 (+10) 75-77 - 152 (+11) 76-77 - 153

RedTail Golf Club Sorrento, Fla. Feb. 13-15, 2011 Par 72 • 7,000+ Yards Team To Par 1. Coastal Carolina +3 2. Tulane +4 3. Minnesota +5 4. Kentucky +17 5. South Carolina +18 Texas +18 7. UCF +27 8. South Florida +31 9. Augusta State +35 10. UTSA +37 11. Baylor +39 12. Mississippi +41 13. Kennesaw St. +42 14. East Carolina +45 15. Memphis +56 16. Georgia State +65 17. Illinois State +73

Rd. 1 285 284 288 287 294 290 286 293 296 302 297 291 292 299 302 299 306

Individual Top 10 1. Ashleigh Albrecht, Kentucky Teresa Puga, Minnesota 3. Ashley McKenney, Tulane 4. Jessica Alexander, Coast. Car 5. Haley Stephens, Texas Ket Preamchuen, KennesawSt

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Rd. 2 289 295 295 295 284 294 303 302 299 296 302 302 301 304 306 315 317

Rd. 3 293 289 286 299 304 298 302 300 304 303 304 312 313 306 312 315 314

Total 867 868 869 881 882 882 891 895 899 901 903 905 906 909 920 929 937

(-8) 66-70-72 - 208 (-8) 70-72-66 - 208 (-7) 70-68-71 - 209 (-4) 66-69-77 - 212 (-1) 69-72-74 - 215 (-1) 68-72-75 - 215


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Valentina Fontaine, UCF Katie Burnett, S Carolina Mary Narzisi, Minnesota Paola Valerio, UTSA

(-1) 69-72-74 - 215 (E) 72-67-77 - 216 (E) 72-74-70 - 216 (E) 75-69-72 - 216

Memphis Individuals T28. Alex Aläng T40. Kathleen Glavin T69. Julia Hodgson T77. Marissa Steen T74. Sarah Mathews

(+8) 76-71-77 - 224 (+10) 73-75-78 - 226 (+17) 76-80-77 - 233 (+22) 77-81-80 - 238 (+27) 77-80-86 - 243

Sir Pizza Cards Challenge Weston Hills Country Club Miami, Fla. Feb. 27-Mar. 1, 2011 Par 72 • 6,211 Yards Team To Par 1. Texas State +38 2. FIU +42 3. Memphis +44 4. Louisville +45 5. Kansas +49 6. NC State +56 Arkansas State +56 8. Miami +57 9. ETSU +58 10. South Florida +63 11. Cincinnati +69 12. Miss. State +72 13. UNC Wilmington +85 14. Kansas State +101

Rd. 1 307 305 307 310 312 305 309 303 309 311 311 318 315 324

Memphis Individuals 5. Marissa Steen T19. Alex Aläng T21. Julia Hodgson 33. Kathleen Glavin T67. Ashley Kees

Rd. 3 294 301 301 300 296 295 312 314 299 303 309 308 317 316

Total 902 906 908 909 913 920 920 921 922 927 933 936 949 965

(-4) 73-71-68 - 212 (-4) 70-72-70 - 212 (E) 73-68-75 - 216 (+2) 70-76-72 - 218 (+3) 70-75-74 - 219 (+4) 75-76-69 - 220 (+6) 76-73-73 - 222 (+6) 76-76-70 - 222 (+7) 70-73-80 - 223 (+8) 75-75-74 - 224 (+8) 74-78-72 - 224 (+3) 70-75-74 - 219 (+12) 80-74-74 -228 (+13) 77-76-76 - 229 (+16) 80-75-77 - 232 (+31) 81-85-81 - 247

A d m i n i s ta f f L a dy J ag ua r Intercollegiate Forest Hills Golf Club Augusta, Ga. Mar. 13-14, 2011 Par 72 • 7,140 Yards

Team To Par 1. Purdue -5 2. Augusta State +16 3. UTSA +24 4. Costal Carolina +29 5. UALR +36 6. SMU +39 7. Western Carolina +42 8. Southern Miss +47 9. MTSU +50 10. Lamar +55 11. Xavier +56 Memphis +56 13. Princeton +57 14. William & Mary +63 15. Wofford +67 16. UAB +94 17. Charleston So. +125

Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 290 294 275 859 289 293 298 880 296 293 298 888 298 297 298 893 299 306 295 900 299 302 302 903 313 299 294 906 302 301 308 911 308 296 310 914 321 299 299 919 307 312 301 920 306 302 312 920 314 308 299 921 316 304 307 927 313 310 308 931 317 322 319 958 337 335 317 989

Individual Top 10 1. Casey Kennedy, Augusta St

(-11) 68-66-71 - 205

Paula Reto, Purdue Numa Gulyanamitta, Purdue Brandi Rodriguez, So. Miss. Alex Stewart, Purdue Jessica Alexander, Coast. Car Josefine Sundh, W Carolina Megan Vaughn, UALR Amy Ruengmateekhun, SMU Emelie Westrup, UALR Kaitlin Higginbotham, Coast. Car Marissa Steen, Memphis

(-6) 73-71-66 - 210 (+1) 76-73-68 - 217 (+2) 73-71-74 - 218 (+3) 72-75-72 - 219 (+3) 74-72-73 - 219 (+4) 75-70-75 - 220 (+4) 74-75-71 - 220 (+5) 73-76-72 - 221 (+5) 75-71-75 - 221 (+5) 71-74-76 - 221 (+5) 80-68-73 - 221

Memphis Individuals T9. Marissa Steen T36. Kathleen Glavin T58. Ashley Kees T61. Alex Aläng T76. Julia Hodgson

(+5) 80-68-73 - 221 (+13) 73-75-81 - 229 (+20) 75-80-81 - 236 (+21) 80-79-78 - 237 (+26) 78-84-80 - 242

Individual Top 10 1. Erica Popson, Tennessee Nathalie Mansson, Tennessee 3. Virginia Espejo, So. Miss. 4. Sarah Elliot, Tulsa T. Boonraksasat, Kansas 6. Ashley McKenney, Tulane Sara Monberg, Tennessee 8. Ashley Lance, Ole Miss Delaney Howson, Murray St. Natalie Gleadall, Ole Miss Memphis Individuals T25. Marissa Steen T42. Julia Hodgson T54. Kathleen Glavin T84. Ashley Kees 95. Alex Aläng

(-3) 71-69-73 - 213 (-3) 72-67-74 - 213 (-1) 68-73-74 - 215 (+1) 73-71-73 - 217 (+1) 73-73-71 - 217 (+2) 72-74-72 - 218 (+2) 72-73-73 - 218 (+4) 73-73-74 - 220 (+4) 72-70-78 - 220 (+4) 71-74-75 - 220 (+10) 71-78-77 - 226 (+15) 76-78-77 - 231 (+17) 79-77-77 - 233 (+28) 83-77-84 - 244 0-76-80 - DNF

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C - USA C h a m p i o n s h i p

Hattiesburg Country Club Hattiesburg, Miss. Mar. 21-22, 2011 Par 72 • 6,143 Yards

The Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club Gulf Shores, Ala. Apr. 17-19, 2011 Par 72 • 6,246 Yards

Team To Par 1. Memphis +29 2. Southern Miss. +32 3. Troy +39 4. South Alabama +44 5. Stephen F. Austin +71 Belmont +71 7. West Florida +81 8. Jackson State +86

Rd. 1 296 298 302 314 327 320 334 328

Rd. 2 309 310 313 306 320 327 323 334

Individual Top 10 1. Marissa Steen, Memphis 2. Ashley Kees, Memphis 3. Kathleen Glavin, Memphis 4. Kelsey Gibson, So. Miss. 5. Ashleigh Ryals, So Alabama 6. Bhavna Shetty, W. Florida Vicky Correa, So. Miss. 8. Alex Aläng, Memphis Brandi Rodriguez, So. Miss. Haley Lawrence, Troy Janet Steen, Belmont Memphis Individuals 1. Marissa Steen 2. Ashley Kees 3. Kathleen Glavin T8. Alex Aläng T30 Sarah Mathews 34 Julia Hodgson

Rd. 3 - - - - - - - -

Total 605 608 615 620 647 647 657 662

(E) 71-73 - 144 (+3) 73-74 - 147 (+4) 73-75 - 148 (+5) 73-76 - 149 (+6) 75-75 - 150 (+7) 76-75 - 151 (+7) 74-77 - 151 (+8) 74-78 - 152 (+8) 73-79 - 152 (+8) 78-74 - 152 (+8) 72-80 - 152 (E) 71- 73 - 144 (+3) 73-74 - 147 (+4) 73-75 - 148 (+8) 74-78 - 152 (+19) 78-85 - 163 (+20) 81-83 - 164

Rebel Intercollegiate

Team 1. UTEP 2. Tulsa 3. Tulane 4. Memphis 5. UCF 6. SMU 7. East Carolina 8. Southern Miss 9. Marshall 10. UAB

To Par +40 +42 +43 +47 +48 +49 +53 +65 +85 +96

Rd. 1 302 309 303 312 304 302 309 309 316 317

Individual Top 10 1. Teresa Nogues, UTEP 2. Marissa Steen, Memphis 3. Marita Engzelius, Tulsa Meghan Chapman, Tulane 5. Maribel Lopez Porras, Tulane Rosana Gomez, UTEP 7. Ashley McKenney, Tulane Jordyn Hage, UCF 9. Kristina Merkle, Tulsa 10. Amy Ruengmateekhun, SMU Brandi Rodriguez, So. Miss. Memphis Individuals 2. Marissa Steen T18. Alex Aläng T21. Kathleen Glavin T30. Julia Hodgson T38. Ashley Kees

Ole Miss Golf Course Oxford, Miss. Apr. 1-3 , 2011 Par 72 • 6,351 Yards Team 1. Tennessee 2. Tulsa 3. Tulane 4. Ole Miss 5. Costal Carolina 6. Southern Miss 7. Michigan 8. Maryland 9. Kansas 10. Murray State 11. Miss. State 12. UCF 13. SMU 14. Missouri 15. Memphis 16. ETSU 17. Rollins College 18. South Florida

University of Memphis

To Par -1 +29 +34 +36 +41 +42 +44 +45 +56 +58 +59 +60 +61 +62 +64 +66 +67 +78

Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 290 279 294 863 300 293 300 893 299 307 292 898 298 299 303 900 298 297 310 905 303 293 310 906 302 301 305 908 298 303 308 909 308 306 306 920 309 306 307 922 314 303 306 923 304 317 303 924 306 313 306 925 310 306 310 926 309 308 311 928 308 310 312 930 317 308 306 931 315 309 318 942

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Rd. 2 302 301 304 296 305 306 306 312 329 323

Rd. 3 300 296 300 303 303 305 302 308 304 320

Total 904 906 907 911 912 913 917 929 949 960

(+2) 71-75-72 - 218 (+4) 77-70-73 - 220 (+5) 72-71-78 - 221 (+5) 76-75-70 - 221 (+8) 74-72-78 - 224 (+8) 74-76-74 - 224 (+9) 75-75-75 - 225 (+9) 74-76-75 - 225 (+10) 77-76-73 - 226 (+11) 72-79-76 - 227 (+11) 75-76-76 - 227 77-70-73 - 220 79-73-78 - 230 79-76-76 - 231 82-77-76 - 235 77-83-81 - 241

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Individual Top 10 1. Nina Muehl, ETSU Shena Yang, USF-Bulls 3. Sara-Maude Juneau, Louisville 4. Shelby Coyle, FIU 5. Marissa Steen, Memphis 6. Olivia Dose, Cincinnati 7. Caitlin Bliss, TX State Katy Nugent, Kansas 9. Courtney Manning, Ark. St. 10. Maria Ronderos, Miami T. Boonraksasat, Kansas

Rd. 2 301 300 300 299 305 320 299 304 314 313 313 310 317 325

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Year-By-Year Results 1983-84

1978-79 Fall 1978 Tournament App. State Invitational Purdue Invitational Missouri Invitational Lady Jack Inv.

Champion Georgia, 627 Ohio St., 621 Oklahoma St., 603 Houston Baptist, 951

Spring 1979 Tournament Champion Texas A&M Invitational SMU, 934 Duke Invitational Georgia, 313 TCWSF State Tourn. Memphis, 690 Southern Intercollegiate Georgia, 948 *Memphis failed to make cut after 36 holes

Score/Finish 698/11th of 12 698/12th of 16 695/9th of 13 1020/7th of 11 Score/Finish 1099/12th of 14 340/5th of 18 690/1st of 3 725/21st of 25*

1979-80 Fall 1979 Tournament Blue Ridge Invitational Purdue Invitational Lady Tar Heel Inv. Missouri Invitational

Champion Georgia, 613 Marshall, 632 UNC, 961 Missouri, 654

Score/Finish 680/12th of 14 655/11th of 20 1027/15th of 21 681/6th of 12

Spring 1980 Tournament Champion Peggy Kirk Bell Inv. Florida, 931 Tiger-Tide Invitational Georgia, 619 Lady Buckeye Inv. Ohio St., 955 TCWSF State Tourn. Southern Intercollegiate Georgia, 922 *Memphis failed to make cut after 36 holes

Score/Finish 1042/10th of 11 679/8th of 8 1048/10th of 17 no team scores kept 673/20th of 28*

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1980-81 Fall 1980 Tournament Georgia Invitational Missouri Invitational Mississippi St. Inv. Lady Tar Heel Inv. W. Kentucky Inv. App. State Invitational

Champion Georgia, 964 Nebraska, 658 Alabama, 315 Georgia, 912 Kentucky, 647 Wake Forest, 610

Score/Finish 1072/18th of 22 701/6th of 11 341/2nd of 3 1004/19th of 27 663/3rd of 3 646/5th of 10

Spring 1981 Tournament Champion Tiger-Tide Invitational Georgia, 619 Duke Invitational N. Carolina, 965 Wildcat Fall Inv. Peggy Kirk Bell Inv.

Score/Finish 679/8th of 8 1031/9th of 18 scores unavailable scores unavailable

1981-82 Fall 1981 Tournament Wildcat Fall Inv. Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Tar Heel Inv. Lady Buckeye Inv.

Champion Ohio St., 921 Furman, 910 Ohio St., 930 Ohio St., 903

Score/Finish 977/13th of 17 945/11th of 16 984/13th of 19 967/15th of 21

Spring 1982 Tournament Champion Score/Finish Southern Intercollegiate Tulsa, 912 976/14th of 18 Memphis Women’s Inv. LSU, 891 953/9th of 15 Lady Gamecock Inv. S. Carolina, 897 944/6th of 12 AIAW Div. I Championship (only 2 golfers) NCAA Championship (only Christy Dristy competed)

1982-83 Fall 1982 Tournament Florida International Inv. Wildcat Fall Inv. Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Tar Heel Inv. Lady Buckeye Inv.

Champion Miami, 911 Ohio St., 921 Furman, 910 Ohio St., 930 Ohio St., 903

Score/Finish 982/13th of 15 977/13th of 17 945/11th of 16 982/13th of 15 967/15th of 21

Spring 1983 Tournament Champion LSU/Fairwood Inv. TCU, 599 Troy St. Invitational Alabama, 942 Duke Invitational Furman, 939 Fall Creek Falls Invitational Georgia, 933

Score/Finish 645/9th of 12 1007/5th of 11 988/8th of 15 1001/7th of 8

Fall 1983 Tournament Alabama-Seascape Inv. Lady Seminole Inv. Wildcat Fall Inv. Memphis Women’s Inv. Space Coast Inv. Spring 1984 Tournament Cancellation Classic Duke Invitational Lady Paladin Inv. Southern Intercollegiate Troy St. Invitational

Champion Texas, 918 Georgia, 910 Kentucky, 597 S. Florida, 900 Tulsa 915

1988-89 Score/Finish 970/10th of 18 962/13th of 16 641/8th of 15 942/9th of 17 1014/14th of 14

Champion Furman, 922 Furman, 924 Furman, 912 Tulsa, 909 Alabama, 930

Score/Finish 985/9th of 11 994/9th of 15 967/15th of 19 998/17th of 17 992/9th of 18

Fall 1984 Tournament Alabama-Seascape Inv. Lady Seminole Inv. Wildcat Fall Inv. Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Tar Heel Inv.

Champion Furman, 605 Florida, 876 Kentucky, 899 Duke, 629 Georgia, 894

Score/Finish 650/13th of 18 948/14th of 17 951/10th of 17 666/12th of 17 961/11th of 14

Spring 1985 Tournament Cancellation Classic Lady Paladin Inv. Southern Intercollegiate Hudson Industries Inv. Lady Gamecock Inv.

Champion Georgia, 926 Furman, 924 Tulsa, 902 Florida, 885 S.Carolina, 924

Score/Finish 995/5th of 9 1014/18th of 23 1005/16th of 16 946/11th of 23 996/12th of 14

Champion Florida, 888 LSU, 912 Kentucky, 905 Florida, 597 LSU, 597

Score/Finish 946/14th of 19 977/10th of 17 957/5th of 12 654/10th of 15 649/9th of 10

Spring 1986 Tournament Champion Lady Paladin Inv. LSU, 906 Southern Intercollegiate LSU, 906 Hudson Industries Inv. Florida, 908 Lady Gamecock Inv. Georgia, 916 Metro Conf. Championship Kentucky, 881

Score/Finish 1004/16th of 16 1004/16th of 16 1003/15th of 21 958/10th of 13 925/5th of 7

1986-87 Fall 1986 Tournament Tiger-Tide Invitational Lady Seminole Inv. Lady Kat Invitational Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Cardinal Inv.

Champion Furman, 878 Miami, 900 Kentucky, 912 Duke, 910 SMU, 923

Score/Finish 995/11th of 17 1019/14th of 17 997/12th of 17 986/9th of 15 999/9th of 11

Spring 1987 Tournament Southern Intercollegiate Hudson Industries Inv. Lady Gamecock Inv. Lady Eagle Classic

Champion Alabama, 919 S. Carolina, 919 Furman, 903 North Texas, 612

Score/Finish 1037/16th of 17 1006/12th of 14 994/12th of 12 666/8th of 13

1987-88 Champion S. Florida, 937 LSU, 932 Miami, 917 Duke, 921 Kentucky, 903

Spring 1988 Tournament Champion Hudson Industries Inv. Auburn, 909 Lady Gamecock Inv. Oklahoma St., 915 Woodbridge Collegiate Miami, 900 Southern Intercollegiate Georgia, 879 Metro Conf. Champ. Fla. St., 909

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Score/Finish 940/5th of 13 969/9th of 19 952/8th of 17 993/15th of 17 934/1st of 10

Spring 1989 Tournament Hudson Industries Inv. Metro Conf. Champ. Lady Gamecock Inv. USA Gulf Shores Inv. Susie Maxwell Classic

Champion Miami, 901 Fla. St., 918 TCU, 916 Alabama, 911 Alabama, 937

Score/Finish 956/7th of 18 939/3rd of 4 968/12th of 13 947/6th of 16 1018/6th of 11

Fall 1989 Tournament Lady Tar Heel Inv. Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Kat Invitational Tiger-Tide Invitational Lady Blazer Inv. Spring 1990 Tournament C.C. of Alabama Inv. Lady Gamecock Inv. Lady Paladin Inv. Lady Jaguar Inv. Metro Conf. Champ.

Champion Kentucky, 919 Furman, 906 Auburn, 920 Georgia, 882 So. Alabama, 934

Score/Finish 970/15th of 16 947/8th of 15 963/8th of 17 951/16th of 20 957/2nd of 10

Champion Auburn (Blue), 922 Georgia, 921 Duke, 942 LSU, 878 S. Carolina, 918

Score/Finish 973/4th of 10 980/11th of 14 1003/7th of 11 926/9th of 17 958/3rd of 4

1990-91

1985-86

Fall 1987 Tournament Tiger-Tide Invitational Lady Cardinal Inv. Lady Seminole Inv. Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Kat Invitational

Champion Alabama, 917 Kentucky, 927 Kentucky, 910 Duke, 902 Memphis, 934

1989-90

1984-85

Fall 1985 Tournament Lady Seminole Inv. Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Kat Invitational Alabama-Seascape Inv. Lamar Ladies Inv.

Fall 1988 Tournament Tiger-Tide Invitational Lady Kat Invitational Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Tar Heel Inv. Lady Blazer Inv.

Score/Finish 979/7th of 15 969/9th of 11 981/13th of 19 954/5th of 16 967/ 8th of 17 Score/Finish 975/10th of 14 1015/12th of 15 996/10th of 10 988/15th of 16 960/3rd of 4

Fall 1990 Tournament Champion Tiger-Tide Invitational Memphis Women’s Inv. Furman, 916 Lady Tar Heel Inv. Spring 1991 Tournament C.C. of Alabama Inv. Lady Paladin Inv. Metro Conf. Champ. So. Alabama Inter. Lady Gamecock Inv.

Champion S. Carolina, 612 Furman, 902 Fla. St., 600 LSU, 918 Kentucky, 926

Score/Finish scores unavailable 930/4th scores unavailable Score/Finish 641/4th 960/12th 631/2nd 965/11th 948/6th

1991-92 Fall 1991 Tournament Lady Kat Invitational Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Paladin Inv. Tiger-Tide Invitational

Champion Kentucky, 902 S. Carolina, 940 Furman, 902 Georgia, 942

Score/Finish 961/6th 963/7th 960/12th 969/T4th

Spring 1992 Tournament Peggy Kirk Bell Inv. Lady Gamecock Inv. Husker Women’s Inv. Southern Inter. So. Alabama Inter.

Champion Minnesota, 937 Duke, 914 Memphis, 949 San Jose St., 916 LSU, 886

Score/Finish 950/2nd 947/7th 949/1st 968/12th 929/4th

1992-93 Fall 1992 Tournament Tiger-Tide Invitational Lady Kat Invitational Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Tar Heel Inv.

Champion Georgia, 908 Oklahoma St., 912 Kentucky, 936 UNC, 897

Score/Finish 995/T12th 978/13th 1008/14th 1009/16th

Spring 1993 Tournament Southern Inter. Peggy Kirk Bell Inv. So. Alabama Inter. Lady Gamecock Inv.

Champion San Jose St., 916 Wake Forest, 919 Ole Miss, 920 Furman, 909

Score/Finish 1026/T15th 1003/10th 967/11th 979/14th

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Champion LSU, 618 S. Carolina, 910 Furman, 924 Wake Forest, 900

Score/Finish 655/T11th 1009/15th 957/5th 925/14th

Spring 1994 Tournament LSU/Fairwood Inv. UNT/SMU Invitational USF Invitational Great Midwest Champ.

Champion Texas Tech, 912 Nebraska, 627 Wake Forest, 922 Memphis, 975

Score/Finish 969/T11th 632/3rd 1033/20th 975/1st

1994-95 Fall 1994 Tournament Lady Paladin Inv. Lady Kat Invitational Memphis Women’s Inv. Northern Telecom Inv.

Champion Wake Forest, 897 Wake Forest, 900 Tennessee, 927 Arizona St., 900

Score/Finish 948/15th 968/14th 957/3rd 995/16th

Spring 1995 Tournament LSU/Fairwood Inv. USF Invitational Peggy Kirk Bell Inv. Great Midwest Champ.

Champion LSU, 900 Indiana, 928 Indiana, 920 Memphis, 947

Score/Finish 935/5th 979/4th 953/7th 947/1st

1995-96 Champion Memphis, 917 Wake Forest, 877 Michigan, 904 Furman, 900 Memphis, 302

Score/Finish 917/1st 902/T5th 920/3rd 934/T10th 302/1st

Spring 1996 Tournament LSU/Fairwood Inv. Duke Spring Invitational Liz Murphy Classic C-USA Championship NCAA East Regional

Champion Arizona, 884 Wake Forest, 900 Tulsa, 917 USF, 908 Duke, 905

Score/Finish 934/6th 1004/11th 929/10th 910/2nd 965/16th

1996-97

Spring 1997 Tournament LSU/Fairwood Inv. Duke Invitational Liz Murphy Classic C-USA Championship NCAA East Regional

Champion Memphis, 919 Tennessee, 908 Kentucky, 904 Wake Forest, 908 Memphis, 605

Score/Finish 919/1st 960/11th 912/2nd 916/5th 605/1st

Champion Arizona, 891 Tennessee, 915 Georgia, 907 Memphis, 912 Ohio St., 937

Score/Finish 923/3rd 936/5th 933/7th 912/1st 958/8th

1997-98 Fall 1997 Tournament Lady Paladin Inv. Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Tar Heel Inv. Mercedez-Benz Champ. Rolex Fall Preview Spring 1998 Tournament Liz Murphy Classic LSU/Fairwood Inv. GTE Mo-Morial C-USA Championship NCAA East Regional

Champion Furman, 894 Georgia, 913 Duke, 884 Duke, 899 Arizona, 889

Score/Finish 909/7th 918/2nd 892/4th 948/14th 939/15th

Champion Georgia, 883 LSU, 890 Texas A&M, 898 USF, 902 Georgia, 882

Score/Finish 937/8th 894/2nd 931/3rd 915/3rd of 6 920/10th

Fall 1998 Tournament Lady Tar Heel Inv. Beacon Woods Inv. Mercedez-Benz Champ. Lady Paladin Inv. Memphis Women’s Inv. Spring 1999 Tournament LSU/Fairwood Inv. Bryan National Coll. Liz Murphy Classic C-USA Championship NCAA East Regional

Champion Duke, 854 USF, 903 Duke, 892 Georgia, 905 Alabama, 904

Score/Finish 914/6th of 17 914/3rd of 12 927/T8th of 17 934/7th of 18 914/3rd of 15

Champion Duke, 620 Washington, 916 Georgia, 872 USF, 928 Georgia, 884

Score/Finish 641/7th of 18 959/8th of 12 981/17th of 18 949/4th of 6 923/15th of 19

Spring 2000 Tournament GTE Mo-Morial Bryan National Coll. Cleveland Golf Classic C-USA Championship

Champion Missouri, 928 Wake Forest, 896 LSU, 918 USF, 914

Score/Finish 949/T3rd of 10 969/11th of 12 982/15th of 15 988/18th of 18 959/14th of 24 954/T8th of 14 Score/Finish 969/T13th of 16 946/T12th of 15 973/T8th of 12 928/4th of 7

Spring 2001 Tournament Green Wave Classic Carolinas Golf Classic UNC Wilmington Inv. Bryan National Coll. C-USA Championship NCAA West Regional

Champion Tennessee, 921 Campbell, 628 Charl So., 933 Duke, 856 Memphis, 904 Arizona, 868

Score/Finish 912/9th of 22 958/4th of 13 943/7th of 17 925/4th of 12 915/7th of 12 Score/Finish 974/10th of 15 642/5th of 22 955/6th of 18 902/7th of 17 904/1st of 7 934/14th of 21

2001-02 Fall 2001 Tournament Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Tar Heel Inv. Lady Paladin Inv. Palmetto Inter.

Champion Memphis, 915 Duke, 894 Aubrun, 893 Louisville, 909

Score/Finish 915/1st of 12 963/12th of 14 945/15th of 21 917/4th of 16

Spring 2002 Tournament Green Wave Classic Carolinas Golf Classic Liz Murphy Classic Bryan National Coll. C-USA Championship NCAA East Regional

Champion Tulane, 601 Memphis, 610 Florida, 879 Duke, 870 TCU, 886 Duke 859

Score/Finish 639/4th of 15 610/1st of 20 932/T10th of 18 912/11th of 17 909/4th of 9 897/11th of 21

2002-03 Fall 2002 Tournament Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Cardinal Inv. Lady Tar Heel Inv. Beacon Woods Inv. Lady Paladin Inv. Spring 2003 Tournament Carolinas Golf Classic Peggy Kirk Bell Inv. Bryan National Coll. Cleveland Golf Classic

University of Memphis

Champion Memphis, 896 Louisville, 919 Duke, 877 Tulane, 864 Furman, 880

Score/Finish 896/1st of 9 926/3rd of 14 936/15th of 15 903/4th of 13 926/13th of 16

Champion ECU, 920 Penn State, 607 Duke, 580 UNC Wilmington, 889

Score/Finish 957/8th of 16 608/2nd of 13 650/18th of 18 905/3rd of 14

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2003-04 Fall 2003 Tournament UA-Ann Rhoads Int. Wildcat Fall Inv. Beacon Woods Inv. Lady Paladin Inv. Ross Resorts Inv. Spring 2004 Tournament Cleveland Golf Classic Lady Eagle Classic C-USA Championship

Champion Fla. St., 610 Vanderbilt, 926 USF, 891 Georgia, 866 James Madison, 911

Score/Finish 673/11th of 12 1013/18th of 18 958/9th of 9 1000/15th of 17 984/T10th of 12

Champion UNC, 903 Charleston, 910 Tulane, 941

Score/Finish 1002/16th of 17 978/8th of 18 1029/8th of 9

Fall 2004 Tournament UA-Ann Rhoads Int. Wildcat Fall Inv. Pat Bradley Inv. Lady Paladin Inv. Ross Resorts Inv.

Champion Tulane, 596 Miss. St., 898 Princeton, 907 Furman, 871 Baylor, 934

Spring 2005 Tournament Champion Miccosukee Champ. Ga. State, 914 UNLV Spring Invite USC, 895 Tapatio Springs Shootout Baylor, 897 Lady Eagle Classic Birmingham So., 879 C-USA Championship Tulane, 898

Score/Finish 641/10th of 14 934/3rd of 12 946/7th of 16 914/16th of 23 952/5th of 11 Score/Finish 983/T15th of 18 984/1th of 18 983/15th of 18 919/T6th of 13 961/7th of 10

2005-06

2000-01 Fall 2000 Tournament Champion Lady Paladin Inv. Auburn, 877 Memphis Women’s Inv. UNC Greensboro, 947 Lady Tar Heel Inv. Duke, 894 Beacon Woods Inv. USF, 906 Pine Needles Coll. Michigan St., 890

957/6th of 9

2004-05

1999-00 Fall 1999 Tournament Champion Memphis Women’s Inv. Miss. St., 922 Lady Buckeye Inv. Purdue, 919 Lady Tar Heel Inv. Duke, 891 Mercedez-Benz Champ. Georgia, 906 Lady Paladin Inv. Wake Forest, 892 Rainbow Wahine Golf Classic UCLA, 923

USF, 912

Fall 2005 Tournament UA-Ann Rhoads Int. Wildcat Fall Inv. Lady Paladin Inv. Palmetto Inter. Spring 2006 Tournament Pat Bradley Inv. UNLV Spring Invite Lady Panther Inter. Lady Eagle Classic C-USA Championship

Champion Alabama, 900 Florida, 881 Furman, 894 Idaho, 912

Score/Finish 938/9th of 16 912/7th of 15 933/T13th of 17 957/16th of 19

Champion Augusta St., 897 UNLV, 879 Augusta St., 620 Memphis, 893 ECU, 887

Score/Finish 925/7th of 20 925/12th of 19 621/T2nd of 14 893/1st of 11 919/6th of 9

2006-07 Fall 2006 Tournament Champion Badger Women’s Inv. Indiana, 922 Ron Moore Women’s Int. Denver, 849 Wildcat Fall Inv. Memphis, 929 Lady Paladin Inv. Northwestern, 912 Lady Jaguar Inv. Ga. State, 606 Spring 2007 Tournament Baja Classic Pinehurst Challenge Cleveland Golf Classic Lady Panther Inter. C-USA Championship NCAA West Regional

Champion Oregon, 609 ECU, 613 Duke, 286 Maryland, 585 Memphis, 912 OK St./Stanford, 874

Score/Finish 942/6th of 11 895/5th of 16 929/1st of 15 924/2nd of 17 627/4th of 7 Score/Finish 625/T7th of 15 644/12th of 17 949/19th of 21 608/T7th of 17 912/1st of 9 975/21st of 21

2007-08 Fall 2007 Tournament Lady Cardinal Cup Wildcat Fall Inv. Johnie Imes Inv. Lady Paladin Inv. Pat Bradley Inv. Spring 2008 Tournament Fighting Camel Classic Pinehurst Challenge Dr. Donnis Thompson Inv. Lady Panther Inter. C-USA Championship

Champion Notre Dame, 878 Alabama, 582 Missouri, 892 TCU, 896 USF, 896

Score/Finish 923/11th of 17 639/11th of 14 962/5th of 10 948/16th of 18 DNF

Champion Campbell, 301 ECU, 613 OK St., 880 Ga. State, 613 Tulsa, 904

Score/Finish 316/3rd of 15 962/18th of 20 956/T8th of 16 657/15th of 15 951/5th of 9

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Fall 1995 Tournament Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Tar Heel Inv. Lady Kat Invitational Lady Paladin Inv. Lady Panther Inv.

Fall 1996 Tournament Memphis Women’s Inv. Lady Tar Heel Inv. Lady Kat Invitational Lady Paladin Inv. Lady Panther Inv.

C-USA Championship

1998-99

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2008-09 Fall 2008 Tournament Cincinnati Fall Classic Johnie Imes Inv. Lady Red Wolf Classic Ross Resort Inv. Spring 2009 Tournament Qdoba Invitational Lady Eagle Classic Lady Rebel Intercollegiate C-USA Championship

Champion Georgia State Mississippi Drake Nova Southeastern

Score/Finish 358/10th of 10 338/16th of 17 320/8th of 14 323/7th of 9

Champion Georgia State Southern Miss Tulane Tulane

Score/Finish 327/13th of 14 328/8th of 10 328/10th of 14 349/8th of 10

Year 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

2009-10 Fall 2009 Tournament Lady Paladin Inv. Cincinnati Fall Classic Lady Red Wolf Classic CSU Wendy’s Inv. UAB Fall Beach Blast Spring 2010 Tournament Hurricane Inv. Lady Jaguar Inv. Cincinnati Spring Inv. EKU Lady Colonel Classic C-USA Championship

Champion Nova Southeastern Cincinnati Arkansas State Coastal Carolina Memphis

Score/Finish 327/14th of 17 319/6th of 14 315/T3 of 13 309/3rd of 15 300/1st of 12

Champion UCF Memphis Illinois Morehead St. Tulane

Score/Finish 941/15th of 17 913/1st of 16 925/6th of 18 909/2nd of 17 895/4th of 10

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2010-11 Fall 2010 Tournament Bobcat Invitational Cincinnati Fall Classic Lady Pirate Intercollegiate Memphis Women’s Inv. UAB Fall Beach Blast

Champion Memphis FIU Maryland Illinois Memphis

Spring 2011 Tournament Champion UCF Challenge Coastal Carolina Sir Pizza Cards Challenge Texas State Administaff Lady Jaguar Int. Purdue Lady Eagle Classic Memphis Lady Rebel Intercollegiate Tennessee C-USA Championship UTEP

Score/Finish 579/1st of 6 932/5th of 15 895/6th of 16 621/2nd of 18 592/1st of 8 Score/Finish 920/T15th of 17 908/3rd of 14 920/T11th of 17 605/1st of 8 928/15th of 18 911/4th of 10

Coach Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Lynn Parkes Sally Andrews Sally Andrews Sally Andrews Sally Andrews Sally Andrews Lori Brock Lori Brock Lori Brock Lori Brock Debby King Debby King Debby King Debby King Debby King Debby King Katie Rump (Interim) Sheryl Maize Donna Noonan (Interim) Jenny Bruun Jenny Bruun Jenny Bruun Jenny Bruun Beth Harrelson Beth Harrelson Beth Harrelson

Conf. Finish N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 5th • Metro N/A 3rd • Metro 3rd • Metro 3rd • Metro 2nd • Metro N/A N/A 1st • Great Midwest 1st • Great Midwest 2nd • C-USA 1st • C-USA 3rd • C-USA 4th • C-USA 4th • C-USA 1st • C-USA 4th • C-USA 6th • C-USA 8th • C-USA 7th • C-USA 6th • C-USA 1st • C-USA 5th • C-USA 8th • C-USA 4th • C-USA 4th • C-USA

NCAA Finish DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Regional Regional Regional Regional DNQ Regional Regional DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ Regional DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ

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Lynn Parkes Nine Seasons 1977-86

Sally Andrews Five Seasons 1986-91

Lori Brock Four Seasons 1991-95

Debby King Six Seasons 1995-01

Sheryl Maize One Season 2002-03

Donna Noonan One Season (Interim) 2003-04

Jenny Bruun Four Seasons 2004-08

Beth Harrelson Three Seasons 2008-Present

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Katie Rump One Season (Interim) 2001-02


2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts AIAW D i v . 1 G o l f C h a m p i o n s h i p

Spring 1982

(only 2 golfers)

Alabama, University Ann Rhoads Intercollegiate Fall 2003 11 of 12 Fall 2004 10 of 14 Fall 2005 9 of 16

673 641 938

of

Florida State, 610 Tulane, 596 Alabama, 900

Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate Fall 2001 4 of 16 917 Fall 2005 16 of 19 957 Pinehurst Challenge Spring 2007 12 of 17 644 Spring 2008 18 of 20 962

Fall 1983 Fall 1984 Fall 1985

10 of 18 13 of 18 10 of 15

970 650 654

Texas, 918 Furman, 605 Florida, 597

A p pa l a c h i a n S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Appalachian State Invitational Fall 1978 11 of 12 698 Fall 1980 5 of 10 646

CSU Wendy’s Invitational Fall 2009 3 of 15

Lady Red Wolf Classic Fall 2008 8 of 14 Fall 2009 T3 of 13

957 629

Drake, 917 Arkansas State, 612

Auburn University

Auburn

and

Auburn, 922 S. Carolina, 612

Alabama

Tiger-Tide Invitational Spring 1980 8 of 8 679 Spring 1981 9 of 13 1038 Fall 1986 11 of 17 995 Fall 1987 7 of 15 979 Fall 1988 5 of 13 940 Fall 1989 16 of 20 951 Fall 1990 (scores unavailable) Fall 1991 T4th 969 Fall 1992 T12th 995 Fall 1993 T11th 655

Georgia, 619 Georgia, 935 Furman, 878 South Florida, 937 Alabama, 917 Georgia, 882 Georgia, 942 Georgia, 908 LSU, 618

C i n c i n n at i , U n i v e r s i t y

B ay l o r U n i v e r s i t y 983

12 of 14

680

Fighting Camel Spring Classic Spring 2008 3 of 15 316

Spring 1996 Spring 1997 Spring 1998 Spring 1999 Spring 2000 Spring 2001 Spring 2002 Spring 2003 Spring 2004 Spring 2005 Spring 2006 Spring 2007 Spring 2008 Spring 2009 Spring 2010 Spring 2011

9 of 11 5 of 9

S. Carolina, 910

910 912 915 949 928 904 909 957 1029 961 919 912 951 1029 895 911

USF, 908 Memphis, 912 USF, 902 USF, 928 USF, 914 Memphis, 904 TCU, 886 USF, 912 Tulane, 941 Tulane, 898 East Carolina, 887 Memphis, 912 Tulsa, 904 Tulane, 933 Tulane, 858 UTEP, 904

Denver, University

of

Ron Moore Women’s Intercollegiate Fall 2006 5 of 16 895

Duke Invitational Spring 1979 Spring 1981 Spring 1983 Spring 1984 Spring 1996 Spring 1997

Denver, 849

of

Campbell , 628 Memphis, 610 East Carolina, 920

340 1031 988 994 1004 936

Georgia, 313 N. Carolina, 965 Furman, 939 Furman, 924 Wake Forest, 900 Tennessee, 915

East Carolina University 895

Maryland, 876

Eastern Kentucky University 909

Spring 1983

7 of 8

1001

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Miami, 911 Princeton, 907 Augusta State, 897 USF, 896

962 948 946 1019 981

Georgia, 910 Florida, 876 FIU, 888 Miami, 900 Miami, 917

967 Furman, 912 1014 Furman, 924 973 Furman, 923 1003 Duke, 942 960 Furman, 902 948 Wake Forest, 897 934 Furman, 900 916 Wake Forest, 908 909 Furman, 894 934 Georgia, 905 949 Wake Forest, 892 912 Auburn, 877 945 Auburn, 893 926 Furman, 880 1000 Georgia, 866 914 Furman, 871 933 Furman, 894 924 Northwestern, 912 948 TCU, 896 649 Nova Southeastern, 611

G e o rg i a , U n i v e r s i t y Southern Intercollegiate Spring 1979 21 of 25 Spring 1980 20 of 28 Spring 1982 14 of 18 Spring 1984 17 of 17 Spring 1985 16 of 16 Spring 1986 16 of 16 Spring 1987 16 of 17 Spring 1988 15 of 16 Spring 1992 12th Spring 1993 T15th Georgia Invitational Fall 1980 18 of 22 Liz Murphy Collegiate Classic Spring 1996 10th Spring 1997 7th Spring 1998 8th Spring 1999 17 of 18 Spring 2002 T10 of 18

of

725 673 976 998 1005 1004 1037 988 968 1026

Georgia, 948 Georgia, 922 Tulsa, 912 Tulsa, 909 Tulsa, 902 LSU, 906 Alabama, 919 Georgia, 879 San Jose State, 916 San Jose State, 926

1072

Georgia, 964

929 933 937 981 932

Tulsa, 917 Georgia, 907 Georgia, 883 Georgia, 872 Florida, 879

G e o rg i a S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Lady Panther Invitational Fall 1995 1st 302 Memphis, 302 Fall 1996 1st 605 Memphis, 605 Spring 2006 2 of 14 621 Augusta State, 620 John Kirk/Lady Panther Intercollegiate Spring 2007 T7 of 17 608 Maryland, 585 Spring 2008 15 of 15 657 Georgia State, 613

G r e at M i dw e s t C o n f e r e n c e C h a m p i o n s h i p

Georgia, 933

F l o r i d a I n t e r n at i o n a l U n i v e r s i t y Florida International Invitational Fall 1982 13 of 15 982 Pat Bradley Invitational Fall 2004 7 of 16 946 Spring 2006 7 of 20 925 Fall 2007 DNF DNF

Georgia State, 914

F u rm a n U n i v e r s i t y Lady Paladin Invitational Spring 1984 15 of 19 Spring 1985 18 of 23 Spring 1986 10 of 14 Spring 1990 7 of 11 Spring 1991 12th Fall 1994 15th Fall 1995 T10th Fall 1996 5th Fall 1997 7th Fall 1998 7 of 18 Fall 1999 14 of 24 Fall 2000 9 of 22 Fall 2001 15 of 21 Fall 2002 13 of 16 Fall 2003 15 of 17 Fall 2004 16 of 23 Fall 2005 T13 of 17 Fall 2006 2 of 17 Fall 2007 16 of 18 Fall 2009 14 of 17

Morehead State, 905

F a l l C r e e k F a l l s I n v i tat i o n a l

Furman, 922 Georgia, 926

Charleston, College

5 of 18 9 of 18 8 of 15 9 of 15 11th 5th

Lady Pirate Intercollegiate Fall 2010 6 of 16

Campbell, 301

985 995

Edwin Watts/Carolinas Golf Classic Spring 2001 5 of 22 642 Spring 2002 1 of 20 610 Spring 2003 8 of 16 957

2 of 6 1 of 6 3 of 6 4 of 6 4 of 7 1 of 7 4 of 9 6 of 9 8 of 9 7 of 10 6 of 9 1 of 9 5 of 9 8 of 10 4 of 10 4 of 10

EKU Lady Colonel Classic Spring 2010 2 of 17

C a n c e l l at i o n C l a s s i c Spring 1984 Spring 1985

Illinois, 893

C o n f e r e n c e USA C h a m p i o n s h i p

Georgia, 613

Campbell University

925

C o a s ta l C a r o l i n a C o l l e g e

Baylor, 897

B lue R idge M ountain I nvitational Fall 1979

Georgia State, 880 Cincinnati, 937 FIU, 889

983

F l o r i d a S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Lady Seminole Invitational Fall 1983 13 of 16 Fall 1984 14 of 17 Fall 1985 14 of 19 Fall 1986 14 of 17 Fall 1987 13 of 19

of

Duke University

Lady Jaguar Invitational Fall 2006 4 of 7 627 Georgia State, 606 Administaff Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate Spring 2011 T11 of 16 920 Purdue, 859

1023 950 932

Carolyn Cudone Intercollegiate Fall 1993 15th 1009

A u g u s ta S tat e

Tapatio Springs Shootout Spring 2005 15 of 18

Coastal Carolina, 586

Miccosukee Championship Spring 2005 T15 of 18

Spring 1994 Spring 1995

1st 1st

975 947

H awa i i , U n i v e r s i t y Rainbow Wahine Fall Golf Classic Fall 1999 T8 of 14 954 Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Spring 2008 8 of 16 956

Memphis, 975 Memphis, 947

of UCLA, 923 OK State, 880

H u d s o n I n d u s t r i e s I n v i tat i o n a l

Spring 1985

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Florida, 885

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Country Club of Alabama Invitational Spring 1990 4 of 10 973 Spring 1991 4th 641

614

Cincinnati Fall Classic Fall 2008 11 of 11 Fall 2009 6 of 14 Fall 2010 5 of 16 Cincinnati Spring Invitational Spring 2010 6 of 18

Georgia, 627 Wake Forest, 610

A r k a n s a s S tat e U n i v e r s i t y

East Carolina, 613 East Carolina, 613

Charleston Southern

A l a b a m a -S e a s c a p e I n v i tat i o n a l

Louisville, 909 Idaho, 912

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts All-Time Tournament History

Spring 1986 Spring 1987 Spring 1988 Spring 1989

15 of 21 12 of 14 10 of 14 7 of 18

1003 1006 975 956

Florida, 908 S. Carolina, 919 Auburn, 909 Miami, 901

Kentucky, University Wildcat Fall Invitational Spring 1981 (scores unavailable) Fall 1981 13 of 17 977 Fall 1982 13 of 17 977 Fall 1983 8 of 15 641 Fall 1984 10 of 17 951 Fall 2003 18 of 18 1013 Fall 2004 3 of 12 934 Fall 2005 7 of 15 912 Fall 2006 1 of 15 929 Fall 2007 11 of 14 952 Lady Kat Invitational Fall 1985 5 of 12 957 Fall 1986 12 of 17 997 Fall 1987 8 of 17 967 Fall 1988 9 of 19 969 Fall 1989 8 of 17 963 Fall 1991 6th 961 Fall 1992 13th 978 Fall 1994 14th 968 Fall 1995 3rd 920 Fall 1996 2nd 912

of

Ohio State, 921 Ohio State, 921 Kentucky, 597 Kentucky, 899 Vanderbilt, 926 Mississippi St, 898 Florida, 881 Memphis, 929 Alabama, 877 Kentucky, 905 Kentucky, 912 Kentucky, 903 Kentucky, 927 Auburn, 920 Kentucky, 902 Oklahoma St., 912 Wake Forest, 900 Michigan, 904 Kentucky, 904

L a dy J a c k (T e x a s ) I n v i tat i o n a l

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Fall 1978

7 of 11

1020

Hous. Baptist, 951

Lamar University Lamar Ladies Invitational Fall 1985 9 of 10

649

3rd 1st 1st 2nd 3 of 15 T3 of 10 4 of 13 1 of 12 1 of 9 T2 of 18

Spring 1986 Spring 1988 Spring 1989 Spring 1990 Spring 1991

645 969 935 934 923 894 641

TCU, 599 Texas Tech, 912 LSU, 900 Arizona, 884 Arizona, 891 LSU, 890 Duke, 620

973 905 1002 949

LSU, 918 UNC-Wilm., 889 N. Carolina, 903 Duke, 872

of

999 969 926

SMU, 923 LSU, 932 Louisville, 919

923

Notre Dame, 878

908

Texas State, 902

Memphis, University Memphis Women’s Invitational Fall 1981 11 of 16 945 Spring 1982 9 of 15 953 Fall 1982 11 of 16 945 Fall 1983 9 of 17 942 Fall 1984 12 of 17 666 Fall 1985 10 of 17 977 Fall 1986 9 of 15 986 Fall 1987 5 of 16 954 Fall 1988 8 of 17 952 Fall 1989 8 of 15 947 Fall 1990 4th 930 Fall 1991 7th 963 Fall 1992 14th 1008 Fall 1993 5th 957

Tennessee, 927 Memphis, 917 Memphis, 919 Georgia, 913 Alabama, 904 Miss. State, 922 NC-Greensb., 947 Memphis, 915 Memphis, 896 Illinois, 615

5 of 7 3 of 4 3 of 4 3 of 5 2nd

925 960 939 958 631

Kentucky, 881 Florida State, 909 Florida State, 918 S. Carolina, 918 Florida State, 600

Miami, University Qdoba Invitational Spring 2009 13 of 14 Hurricane Invitational Spring 2010 15 of 17

Missouri Invitational Fall 1978 9 of 13 Fall 1979 6 of 12 Fall 1980 6 of 11 Johnie Imes Invitational Fall 2007 5 of 10 Fall 2008 17 of 18

Georgia State, 891

941

UCF, 894

Baja Classic Spring 2007

962 999

Missouri, 892 Mississippi, 900

of

Tulane, 889 Tennessee, 863

Spring 1996 Spring 1997 Spring 1998 Spring 1999 Spring 2002

16th 8th 10th 15 of 19 11 of 21

965 958 920 923 897

Memphis, 579

Duke, 905 Ohio State, 937 Georgia, 882 Georgia, 884 Duke, 859

Spring 2001 Spring 2007

14 of 21 21 of 21

934 975

Spring 1982

Arizona, 868 OSU/Stanford, 874

N e br a s k a , U n i v e r s i t y

of

North Carolina, University Lady Tar Heel Invitational Fall 1979 15 of 21 Fall 1980 19 of 27 Fall 1981 13 of 19 Fall 1982 13 of 15

University of Memphis

1027 1004 984 982

2011

Memphis, 949

of

N. Carolina, 961 Georgia, 912 Ohio State, 930 Ohio State, 930

698 655

Ohio State, 621 Marshall, 632

Lady Gamecock Invitational Spring 1982 6 of 12 Spring 1985 12 of 14 Spring 1986 10 of 13 Spring 1987 12 of 12 Spring 1988 12 of 15 Spring 1989 12 of 13 Spring 1990 11 of 14 Spring 1991 6th Spring 1992 7th Spring 1993 14th

944 996 958 994 1015 968 980 948 947 979

LSU, 918 LSU, 886 Ole Miss, 920

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of

S. Carolina, 897 S. Carolina, 924 Georgia, 916 Furman, 903 Oklahoma St., 915 TCU, 916 Georgia, 921 Kentucky, 926 Duke, 914 Furman, 909

S outhern M ississippi , U niversity Lady Eagle Classic Spring 1987 8 of 13

of

LSU, 926 Memphis, 913

South Carolina, University

(only Christy Dristy competed)

Husker Women’s Golf Invitational Spring 1992 1st 949

Ohio State, 955 Ohio State, 903 Ohio State, 903 Purdue, 919

South Alabama, University

NCAA W omen ’ s G olf C ha mpionship

Oregon, 609

1048 967 967 969

Lady Jaguar Invitational Spring 1990 9 of 17 974 Spring 2010 1 of 16 913 South Alabama Intercollegiate Spring 1991 11th 965 Spring 1992 4th 929 Spring 1993 11th 967

NCAA W e s t R e g i o n a l

625

Rollins College

NCAA E a s t R e g i o n a l

Nebraska, 627

Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational Spring 1980 10 of 11 1042 Florida, 931 Spring 1981 (scores unavailable) Spring 1992 2nd 950 Minnesota, 937 Spring 1993 10th 1003 Wake Forest, 919 Spring 1995 7th 953 Indiana, 920 Spring 2003 2 of 13 608 Penn State, 607 Pine Needles Women’s Collegiate Fall 2000 7 of 12 915 Michigan St., 890 Ross Resorts Invitational Fall 2003 T10 of 12 984 J. Madison, 911 Fall 2004 5 of 11 952 Baylor, 934 Fall 2008 7 of 9 971 Nova Southeastern, 929

Alabama, 315

579

632

Purdue University Purdue Invitational Fall 1978 12 of 16 Fall 1979 11 of 20

M o n ta n ta S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Bobcat Invitational Fall 2010 1 of 6

N. Carolina, 897 Wake Forest, 900 Wake Forest, 877 Tennessee, 908 Duke, 884 Duke, 854 Duke, 891 Duke, 894 Duke, 894 Duke, 877

O h i o S tat e U n i v e r s i t y

Oklahoma St., 603 Missouri, 654 Nebraska, 658

341

T7 of 5

Lady Buckeye Invitational Spring 1980 10 of 17 Fall 1981 15 of 21 Fall 1982 15 of 21 Fall 1999 11 of 12

M i s s i s s i p p i S tat e U n i v e r s i t y Mississippi State Invitational Fall 1980 2 of 3

Georgia, 894 Duke, 902 Kentucky, 919

N o r t h T e x a s & SMU

of

695 681 701

954 928

11 of 14 961 15 of 17 993 15 of 16 970 (scores unavailable) 16th 1009 14th 925 T5th 902 11th 960 4th 892 6 of 17 914 15 of 15 982 7 of 17 943 12 of 14 963 15 of 15 936

Northern Illinois & Southern Miss

968

Mississippi, University

Fall 1984 Fall 1988 Fall 1989 Fall 1990 Fall 1992 Fall 1993 Fall 1995 Fall 1996 Fall 1997 Fall 1998 Fall 1999 Fall 2000 Fall 2001 Fall 2002

UNT/SMU Invitational Spring 1994 3rd

of

Missouri, University

of

Furman, 910 LSU, 891 Furman, 910 South Florida, 900 Duke, 629 LSU, 912 Duke, 910 Duke, 921 Kentucky, 910 Furman, 947 Furman, 916 S. Carolina, 940 Kentucky, 936 Furman, 924

957 917 919 918 914 949 958 915 896 621

Metro Conference Tournament

Lady Rebel Intercollegiate Spring 2009 10 of 14 Spring 2011 15 of 16

Louisville, University Lady Cardinal Invitational Fall 1986 9 of 11 Fall 1987 9 of 11 Fall 2002 3 of 14 Lady Cardinal Cup Fall 2007 11 of 17 Sir Pizza Cards Challenge Spring 2011 3 of 14

Fall 1994 Fall 1995 Fall 1996 Fall 1997 Fall 1998 Fall 1999 Fall 2000 Fall 2001 Fall 2002 Fall 2010

LSU, 597

LSU LSU/Fairwood Invitational Spring 1983 9 of 12 Spring 1994 T11th Spring 1995 5th Spring 1996 6th Spring 1997 3rd Spring 1998 2nd Spring 1999 7 of 18 Cleveland Golf Classic Spring 2000 T8 of 12 Spring 2003 3 of 14 Spring 2004 16 of 17 Spring 2007 19 of 21

of

North Texas, 612


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Spring 2004 Spring 2005 Spring 2006 Spring 2009 Spring 2011

Fall 1983

8 of 18 T6 of 13 1 of 11 8 of 10 1 of 8

978 919 893 651 605

Charleston, 910 Birmingham S., 879 Memphis, 893 Southern Miss, 597 Memphis, 605

Spring 1995 4th Beacon Woods Invitational Fall 1998 3 of 12 Fall 2000 4 of 12 Fall 2002 4 of 13 Fall 2003 9 of 9

S pa c e C o a s t I n v i tat i o n a l 14 of 14

1014

Tulsa, 915

Susie Maxwell Berning Classic

Spring 1989

Spring 1979 Spring 1980

6 of 11

1018

Alabama, 937

TCWSF S tat e T o u r n a m e n t 1 of 3 690 Memphis, 690 (No team scores were kept)

Tennessee, University Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship Fall 1997 14th 948 Fall 1998 T8 of 17 927 Fall 1999 18 of 18 988

914 925 903 958

USF, 903 USF, 906 Tulane, 864 USF, 891

959 946 902 912 650

Western Kentucky University

of Arizona, 889 Indiana, 922

W o o d br i d g e C o l l e g i at e I n v i tat i o n a l

1099

SMU, 627

931 969

Texas A&M, 898 Missouri, 928

Spring 1988

10 of 10

996

* Bold indicates first-place Memphis finish

Tulane University Tennessee, 921 Tulane, 601

UAB 934 657

Memphis, 934 S. Alabama, 934

595 592

Memphis, 595 Memphis, 592

Lady Blazer Invitational Husker Women’s Golf Invitational Great Midwest Conference Tournament Great Midwest Conference Tournament Lady Panther Invitational Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate Lady Panther Golf Classic Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate Conference USA Championship Conference USA Championship Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate Edwin Watts/Carolinas Classic Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate Lady Eagle Invitational Wildcat Fall Invitational Conference USA Championship UAB Fall Beach Blast USA Lady Jaguar Invitational Bobcat Invitational UAB Fall Beach Blast Lady Eagle Invitational

UNT/SMU Invitational 1994 Great Midwest Tournament 1994 Great Midwest Tournament 1995 Lady Panther Classic 1995 Lady Panther Classic 1996 Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate 1996 Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate 1997 C-USA Championship 1997 Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate 1998 Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate 2001 C-USA Championship 2001 Edwin Watts/Carolina Classic 2001 Edwin Watts/Carolina Classic 2002 Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate 2002 Lady Eagle Classic 2005 Pat Bradley Championship 2006 John Kirk/Lady Panther Intercollegiate 2006 Lady Eagle Invitational 2006 USA Lady Jaguar Invitational 2010 UAB Fall Beach Blast 2010 Bobcat Invitational 2010 Lady Eagle Invitational 2011

UCF UCF Challenge Spring 2011

15 of 17

920

Coastal Carolina, 867

UNC-W i l m i n g t o n Northern Telecom Nat. Collegiate Women’s Inv. Fall 1994 16th 995 Arizona State, 900 UNC-Wilmington Seahawk Invitational Spring 2001 6 of 18 955 Charl. So., 933

UNLV UNLV Spring Invite Spring 2005 16 of 18 Spring 2006 12 of 19

984 925

Southern Cal, 895 UNLV, 879

USA G u l f S h o r e s I n v i tat i o n a l

Spring 1989

6 of 16

947

Alabama, 911

USF USF Invitational Spring 1994 20th

1033

Wake Forest, 922

University of Memphis

2011

1988 1992 1994 1995 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 2001 2001 2002 2002 2006 2006 2007 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011

L a dy T i g e r M e da l i s t s Alissa Lauder Allison Bell Melissa Isham Melissa Isham Amanda Moltke-Leth Amanda Moltke-Leth Amanda Moltke-Leth Kim Hunt Natalie Tucker Jennifer Jaszek Meaghan Francella Meaghan Francella Marianne Ruud Jennifer Jaszek Stacey Tate Stacey Tate Stacey Tate Stacey Tate Marissa Steen Marissa Steen Marissa Steen Marissa Steen

Alabama, 942 Alabama, 930

Green Wave Women’s Golf Classic Spring 2001 10 of 15 974 Spring 2002 4 of 15 639

Miami, 900

Tournament Victories

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1007 992

Lady Blazer Invitational Fall 1988 1 of 10 Fall 1989 2 of 10 UAB Fall Beach Blast Fall 2009 1 of 12 Fall 2010 1 of 8

Kentucky, 647

Wisconsin, University Rolex Fall Preview Fall 1997 15th 939 Badger Women’s Golf Invitational Fall 2006 6th of 11 942

T r oy S tat e Troy State Invitational Spring 1983 5 of 11 Spring 1984 9 of 18

Washington, 916 Wake Forest, 896 Duke, 856 Duke, 870 Duke, 580

Western Kentucky Invitational Fall 1980 3 of 3 663

T e x a s A&M Texas A&M Invitational Spring 1979 12 of 14 GTE Mo-morial Spring 1998 3rd Spring 2000 T13 of 16

Indiana, 928

Wake Forest University Bryan National Collegiate Spring 1999 8 of 12 Spring 2000 T12 of 15 Spring 2001 7 of 17 Spring 2002 11 of 17 Spring 2003 18 of 18

of Duke, 899 Duke, 892 Georgia, 906

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Team 1. USF 2. Memphis 3. Tulane 4. Southern Miss 5. Cincinnati 6. UAB

1996

1999

The Moors Golf Club Pensacola, Fla. Par 71 • 5,816 Yards

Links Golf Club Destin, Fla. Par 72 • 5,924 Yards

To Par +56 +58 +82 +117 +123 +128

Rd. 1 305 306 305 318 322 325

Individual Top 10 1. Cecilia Hedlund, USF 2. Naima Ghilain, Memphis Angela Willis, USF 4. Bessie Phillips, USF 5. Marie Hviid, Memphis Christy Carter, Tulane 7. Meredith Thomas, Memphis 8. Kim Hunt, Memphis 9. Kerry Zebick, Cincinnati 10. Jennifer Jordan, Memphis

Rd. 2 302 301 311 325 329 331

Rd. 3 301 303 318 326 324 324

Total 908 910 934 969 975 980

(+9) 75-77-71 - 222 (+12) 76-76-73 - 225 (+12) 71-75-79 - 225 (+13) 76-74-76 - 226 (+15) 72-79-77 - 228 (+15) 78-74-76 - 228 (+17) 79-76-75 - 230 (+19) 79-75-78 - 232 (+20) 77-80-76 - 233 (+21) 82-74-78 - 234

Team 1. USF 2. Tulane 3. UAB 4. Memphis 5. Southern Miss 6. Cincinnati

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To Par +60 +106 +115 +118 +134 +138

Rd. 1 315 336 332 328 337 343

Individual Top 10 1. Kim Hunt, Memphis 2. Christy Carter, Tulane 3. A. Moltke-Leth, Memphis Naima Ghilain, Memphis 5. Shelley Jonda, Cincinnati 6. Cindy Carson, UAB Meredith Thomas, Memphis 8. Mimi Kim, USF 9. Susan Seabrook, UAB 10. Valerie Luehrs, Memphis

Rd. 2 305 310 317 324 326 331

Rd. 3 292 312 318 318 323 316

Total 912 958 967 970 986 990

(+10) 79-71-73 - 223 (+13) 75-78-73 - 226 (+17) 82-79-69 - 230 (+17) 76-81-73 - 230 (+18) 77-75-79 - 231 (+20) 82-76-75 - 233 (+20) 78-78-77 - 233 (+24) 78-78-81 - 237 (+25) 78-76-84 - 238 (+26) 82-77-80 - 239

Team 1. USF 2. Louisville 3. Tulane 4. Memphis 5. Southern Miss 6. UAB 7. Cincinnati

Rd. 1 288 292 304 306 317 322

Individual Top 10 1. Pam Buff, Tulane 2. Kelly Lagedrost, USF Angie Connell, USF 4. A. Moltke-Leth, Memphis Jamie Jaspriza, Tulane 6. Mimi Kim, USF Meghan Bolger, Tulane 8. Naima Ghilain, Memphis 9. Bessie Phillips, USF Marella Canepa, Southern Miss

Rd. 2 315 304 303 322 320 333

To Par +50 +55 +57 +64 +86 +110 +117

Rd. 1 309 298 302 306 310 333 324

Total 928 934 946 949 967 1018

(+6) 73-75-74 - 222 (+9) 77-76-72 - 225 (+15) 73-80-78 - 231 (+15) 73-81-77 - 231 (+16) 74-82-76 - 232 (+17) 76-82-75 - 233 (+17) 80-76-77 - 233 (+17) 79-77-77 - 233 (+18) 83-77-74 - 234 (+19) 82-80-77 - 239 (+19) 78-77-84 - 239

Individual Top 10 1. Katherine Mowat, Louisville 2. Angie Connell, USF 3. Marianne Ruud, Memphis 4. Meghan Bolger, Tulane 5. Cindy Pasechnik, Louisville Kelly Lagedrost, USF 7. Katie Rakel, Cincinnati Jessica Hayes, USF 9. Sandra Hellsvik, Memphis Kathy Schaefer, Tulane

Rd. 2 301 312 307 319 323 320 335

Rd. 3 304 309 312 303 317 321 322

Total 914 919 921 928 950 974 981

(+4) 70-75-75 - 220 (+4) 75-72-73 - 220 (+5) 73-80-68 - 221 (+6) 75-76-75 - 226 (+8) 77-78-73 - 228 (+8) 75-77-76 - 228 (+9) 73-81-75 - 229 (+9) 81-72-76 - 229 (+10) 77-77-76 - 230 (+10) 74-80-76 - 230

2001 Rd. 3 299 306 308 321 325 342

Total 902 902 915 949 962 997

(+8) 72-73-76 - 221 (+12) 69-82-74 - 225 (+12) 74-76-75 - 225 (+13) 75-70-81 - 226 (+13) 74-78-74 - 226 (+14) 70-82-75 - 227 (+14) 74-77-76 - 227 (+16) 78-81-70 - 229 (+17) 78-77-75 - 230 (+17) 74-79-77 - 230

Inverness Country Club Birmingham, Ala. Par 72 • 5,979 Yards Team 1. Memphis 2. USF 3. Louisville 4. Tulane 5. Southern Miss 6. Cincinnati 7. UAB

To Par +40 +42 +59 +70 +87 +98 +101

Rd. 1 312 299 305 314 310 323 320

Individual Top 10 1. M. Francella, Memphis 2. Kelly Martin, USF 3. Marianne Ruud, Memphis 4. Katherine Mowat, Louisville 5. Jennifer Jaszek, Memphis Jessica Haye, USF 7. Kelly Lagedrost, USF Carolin Landmann, Tulane

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Rd. 2 296 303 312 314 316 322 325

(+15) 78-77-76 - 231 (+16) 74-74-84 - 232 (+16) 77-75-80 - 232

2002 Rd. 3 304 317 309 316 312 335

2000

1998

To Par +50 +50 +63 +97 +110 +145

Rd. 2 309 312 317 324 321 337

Shalimar Pointe Golf and Country Club Shalimar, Fla. Par 72 • 5,898 Yards

The Moors Golf Club Pensacola, Fla. Par 71 • 5,816 Yards Team 1. USF 2. Tulane 3. Memphis 4. Southern Miss 5. UAB 6. Cincinnati

Rd. 1 315 305 320 309 334 346

Individual Top 10 1. Pam Buff, Tulane 2. Kelly Lagedrost, USF 3. Natalie Tucker, Memphis Angie Connell, USF 5. Naima Ghilain, Memphis 6. Susan Seabrook, UAB Terry Lacoste, Southern Miss Shelly Jonda, Cincinnati 9. Carmen Rivera, USF 10. Hather Lourie, UAB Catalina Lara, Tulane

1997 The Moors Golf Club Pensacola, Fla. Par 71 • 5,816 Yards Team 1. Memphis 2. UAB 3. USF 4. Tulane 5. Cincinnati 6. Southern Miss

To Par +64 +70 +82 +85 +103 +154

9. Morgan Hapney, Louisville 10. Ofelia Lopez, Southern Miss Fany Schaeffer, USF

Rd. 3 296 304 306 306 325 317 320

Total 904 906 923 934 951 962 965

(+5) 79-71-71 - 221 (+6) 74-73-75 - 222 (+7) 76-74-73 - 223 (+8) 73-76-75 - 224 (+9) 77-75-73 - 225 (+9) 73-78-74 - 225 (+12) 75-77-76 - 228 (+12) 76-76-76 - 228

Hattiesburg Country Club Hattiesburg, Miss. Par 72 • 5,935 Yards Team 1. TCU 2. Tulane 3. USF 4. Memphis 5. UAB 6. Southern Miss Louisville 8. East Carolina 9. Cincinnati

To Par +22 +25 +34 +45 +49 +51 +51 +58 +88

Rd. 1 298 291 290 295 305 306 304 306 325

Individual Top 10 1. Brooke Tull, TCU 2. Kelly Martin, USF 3. Cindy Pasechnik, Louisville 4. Alexis Wooster, Tulane 5. Carolin Landmann, Tulane Marika Pluta, UAB 7. M. Francella, Memphis 8. Brooke Mangan, UAB Shannon Barr, TCU D’Rae Ward, TCU

Rd. 2 298 299 308 301 299 307 306 307 313

Rd. 3 290 299 300 313 309 302 305 309 314

Total 886 889 898 909 913 915 915 922 952

(-1) 71-75-69 - 215 (E) 71-75-70 - 216 (+1) 72-71-74 - 217 (+4) 73-75-72 - 220 (+5) 73-74-74 - 221 (+5) 77-72-72 - 221 (+6) 74-73-75 - 222 (+7) 75-75-73 - 223 (+7) 74-74-75 - 223 (+7) 75-76-72 - 223

2003 Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club Dade City, Fla. Par 72 • 6,105 Yards Team 1. USF 2. TCU 3. East Carolina 4. Tulane 5. Louisville 6. Memphis 7. Southern Miss 8. UAB 9. Cincinnati

To Par +48 +49 +69 +70 +75 +93 +103 +107 +166

Rd. 1 307 304 308 311 317 312 321 328 347

Individual Top 10 1. D’Rae Ward, TCU 2. Katie Ruhe, USF Jill Crowe, USF 4. Brooke Mangan, UAB Brooke Tull, TCU 6. Shannon Barr, TCU 7. Megan Cushman, USF 8. Adrienne Millican, East Carolina Lindsay Hulwick, Tulane Margaret Mitchell, East Carolina

Rd. 2 303 306 308 310 313 324 325 317 328

Rd. 3 302 303 317 313 309 321 321 326 355

Total 912 913 933 934 939 957 967 971 1030

(+8) 75-75-74 - 224 (+9) 76-77-72 - 225 (+9) 78-72-75 - 225 (+10) 75-77-74 - 226 (+10) 72-80-74 - 226 (+12) 76-77-75 - 228 (+14) 78-77-75 - 230 (+16) 77-76-79 - 232 (+16) 76-76-80 - 232 (+16) 77-73-82 - 232

2004 Shady Oaks Country Club Fort Worth, Texas Par 72 • 6,197 Yards Team 1. Tulane 2. TCU 3. USF 4. Louisville 5. East Carolina 6. UAB Southern Miss 8. Memphis 9. Cincinnati

To Par +77 +95 +106 +112 +114 +131 +131 +165 +206

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Rd. 1 318 325 318 338 330 328 326 344 367

Rd. 2 311 308 321 317 334 333 337 348 349

Rd. 3 312 326 331 321 314 334 332 337 354

Total 941 959 970 976 978 995 995 1029 1070


2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Individual Top 10 1. Liliana Alvarez, Tulane 2. Adrienne Millican, East Carolina 3. Mary Ellen Jacobs, Tulane Brooke Tull, TCU 5. Jill Crowe, USF Elly Leonard, Louisville 7. Camille Blackerby, TCU Jennifer Keefe, Southern Miss Brooke Mangan, UAB 10. Meghan Little, Louisville

(+10) 77-77-72 - 226 (+11) 75-76-76 - 227 (+14) 78-75-77 - 230 (+14) 77-78-75 - 230 (+19) 79-80-76 - 235 (+19) 79-75-81 - 235 (+22) 80-75-83 - 238 (+22) 79-83-76 - 238 (+22) 73-83-82 - 238 (+24) 85-82-73 - 240

2005 Germantown Country Club Germantown, Tenn. Par 72 • 6,178 Yards Team 1. Tulane 2. TCU 3. USF 4. East Carolina 5. Louisville 6. Southern Miss 7. Memphis 8. UAB 9. Cincinnati 10. Saint Louis

To Par +34 +39 +45 +68 +81 +91 +97 +108 +116 +234

Rd. 1 298 294 298 313 319 309 311 321 332 358

Rd. 3 294 308 302 308 318 321 329 320 322 362

Total 898 903 909 932 945 955 961 972 980 1098

(-2) 73-70-71 - 214 (+7) 71-74-78 - 223 (+8) 74-81-69 - 224 (+8) 73-77-74 - 224 (+9) 75-74-76 - 225 (+11) 77-77-73 - 227 (+12) 74-77-77 - 228 (+13) 72-78-79 - 229 (+13) 79-75-75 - 229 (+14) 76-79-75 - 230

2006 Ironwood Country Club Greenville, N.C. Par 72 • 6,221 Yards Team 1. East Carolina 2. SMU 3. Tulsa UCF 5. UTEP 6. Memphis 7. Southern Miss 8. Marshall UAB

To Par +23 +33 +38 +38 +43 +55 +84 +94 +94

Rd. 1 297 298 295 303 292 310 321 312 310

Individual Top 10 1. Lene Krog, East Carolina 2. J. Ackerson, SMU 3. Stacey Tate, Memphis 4. Jullianne Kim, UTEP Cas Bridge, Tulsa 6. Michaela Cavener, Tulsa 7. Ashley Grier, UCF Lacey Jones, SMU 9. Heidi Helliesen, East Carolina Gerina Mendoza, UTEP

Rd. 2 294 298 300 294 305 304 316 325 327

Rd. 3 296 301 307 305 310 305 311 321 321

Total 887 897 902 902 907 919 948 958 958

(E) 74-72-70 - 216 (+1) 75-68-74 - 217 (+3) 74-72-73 - 219 (+4) 73-76-71 - 220 (+4) 72-72-76 - 220 (+5) 71-75-75 - 221 (+6) 76-70-76 - 222 (+6) 73-75-74 - 222 (+7) 74-75-74 - 223 (+7) 69-74-80 - 223

Limestone Springs Golf Club Oneonta, Ala. Par 72 • 6,161 Yards Team 1. Memphis 2. East Carolina 3. UCF UTEP SMU 6. Tulsa 7. Marshall 8. Southern Miss 9. UAB

To Par +48 +50 +58 +58 +58 +71 +102 +103 +120

Rd. 1 310 314 309 308 308 315 325 328 326

Individual Top 10 1. Gerina Mendoza, UTEP 2. Stacey Tate, Memphis 3. Kate Ackerson, SMU 4. Stephanie Connelly, UCF 5. Jennifer Ackerson, SMU Lene Krog, East Carolina 7. Abby Bools, East Carolina 8. Michaela Cavener, Tulsa Tara Goedeken, Tulsa Jullianne Kim, UTEP

Rd. 2 297 302 307 302 309 310 323 321 329

Rd. 3 305 298 306 312 305 310 318 318 329

Total 912 914 922 922 922 935 966 967 984

(-9) 68-68-71 - 207 (-4) 73-71-68 - 212 (+7) 73-75-75 - 223 (+8) 80-73-71 - 224 (+9) 77-75-73 - 225 (+9) 75-76-74 - 225 (+10) 77-79-70 - 226 (+12) 83-72-72 - 228 (+12) 77-73-78 - 228 (+12) 81-73-74 - 228

2008 Butterfield Trail Golf Club El Paso, Texas Par 72 • 6,294 Yards Team 1. Tulsa 2. East Carolina 3. SMU 4. UCF 5. Memphis 6. UTEP 7. Southern Miss 8. UAB 9. Marshall

To Par +40 +58 +68 +81 +87 +89 +90 +97 +129

Rd. 1 304 303 308 303 309 303 301 306 316

Individual Top 10 1. Woeri Shin, Tulsa 2. Alexa Porter, Memphis Leisl Hasbrouck, Tulsa 4. Michaela Cavener, Tulsa Abby Bools, East Carolina 6. Lacey Jones, SMU 7. Paige Martin, SMU Jaime Brabb, UAB Amber Littman, East Carolina 10. Emelie Lind, East Carolina

Rd. 2 297 305 310 314 318 321 331 321 338

Rd. 3 303 314 314 328 324 329 322 334 339

Total 904 922 932 945 951 953 954 961 993

(+4) 76-71-73 - 220 (+10) 73-78-75 - 226 (+10) 72-77-77 - 226 (+11) 75-77-75 - 227 (+11) 73-74-80 - 227 (+13) 74-78-77 - 229 (+14) 78-79-73 - 230 (+14) 72-76-82 - 230 (+14) 75-78-77 - 230 (+17) 79-73-81 - 233

2009 Tulsa Country Club Tulsa, Okla. Par 72 • 6,140 Yards Team 1. Tulane 2. UCF 3. East Carolina 4. Tulsa 5. UTEP 6. Southern Miss 7. SMU 8. Memphis 9. UAB 10. Marshall

To Par +69 +92 +93 +105 +126 +145 +158 +165 +178 +185

Rd. 1 317 318 321 328 339 330 346 349 347 350

Individual Top 10 1. Daniela Holmqvist, Tulane

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Rd. 2 316 321 319 322 317 344 339 341 352 345

Rd. 3 300 317 317 319 334 335 337 339 343 354

Total 933 956 957 969 990 1009 1022 1029 1042 1049

2. Sarah Elliot, Tulsa 3. Ana Maria Puche, East Carolina Janine Fellows, Tulane 5. Teresa Nogues, UTEP 6. Colleen Estes, East Carolina Kate Ackerson, SMU 8. Linn Gustafsson, Tulane 9. Mayule Tamimbang, UCF 10. Ashley McKenney, Tulane Victoria Tomko, UCF

75-79-81 - 235 78-83-75 - 236 82-79-75 - 236 79-76-82 - 237 80-82-76 - 238 78-80-80 - 238 78-87-74 - 239 81-82-77 - 240 84-78-79 - 241 73-88-80 - 241

2010 Canebrake Country Club Hattiesburg, Miss Par 71 • 6,146 Yards Team 1. UTEP 2. Tulsa 3. Tulane 4. Memphis 5. UCF 6. SMU 7. East Carolina 8. Southern Miss 9. Marshall 10. UAB

To Par +40 +42 +43 +47 +48 +49 +53 +65 +85 +96

Rd. 1 302 309 303 312 304 302 309 309 316 317

Rd. 2 302 301 304 296 305 306 306 312 329 323

Individual Top 10 1. Ashley McKenney, Tulane 2. Shang Huang, UTEP Janine Fellows, Tulane Abby Bools, East Carolina 5. Kristina Merkle, Tulsa 6. Sarah Elliot, Tulsa 7. Alex Alang, Memphis 8. Marible Lopez, Tulane Amy Otteson, East Carolina 10. Rosana Gomez, UTEP Andrea Grier, Marshall Amber Littman, East Carolina Julie Hodgson, Memphis

Rd. 3 300 296 300 303 303 305 302 308 304 320

Total 904 906 907 911 912 913 917 929 949 960

70-68-72 - 210 70-74-68 - 212 75-73-67 - 212 72-69-71 - 212 71-74-72 - 217 70-72-76 - 218 72-73-74 - 220 74-72-74 - 220 73-76-71 - 220 75-74-72 - 221 75-70-76 - 221 77-71-73 - 221 72-76-73 - 221

2011 The Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club Gulf Shores, Ala. Apr. 17-19, 2011 Par 72 • 6,246 Yards Team 1. UTEP 2. Tulsa 3. Tulane 4. Memphis 5. UCF 6. SMU 7. East Carolina 8. Southern Miss 9. Marshall 10. UAB

To Par +40 +42 +43 +47 +48 +49 +53 +65 +85 +96

Rd. 1 302 309 303 312 304 302 309 309 316 317

Individual Top 10 1. Teresa Nogues, UTEP 2. Marissa Steen, Memphis 3. Marita Engzelius, Tulsa Meghan Chapman, Tulane 5. Maribel Lopez Porras, Tulane Rosana Gomez, UTEP 7. Ashley McKenney, Tulane Jordyn Hage, UCF 9. Kristina Merkle, Tulsa 10. Amy Ruengmateekhun, SMU Brandi Rodriguez, So. Miss.

74-75-76 - 225

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Rd. 2 302 301 304 296 305 306 306 312 329 323

Rd. 3 300 296 300 303 303 305 302 308 304 320

Total 904 906 907 911 912 913 917 929 949 960

(+2) 71-75-72 - 218 (+4) 77-70-73 - 220 (+5) 72-71-78 - 221 (+5) 76-75-70 - 221 (+8) 74-72-78 - 224 (+8) 74-76-74 - 224 (+9) 75-75-75 - 225 (+9) 74-76-75 - 225 (+10) 77-76-73 - 226 (+11) 72-79-76 - 227 (+11) 75-76-76 - 227

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Individual Top 10 1. Alison Walshe, Tulane 2. Stacey Bieber, TCU 3. Liliana Alvarez, Tulane Christina Jones, USF 5. D’Rae Ward, TCU 6. Daniella Ronderos, USF 7. Mary Ellen Jacobs, Tulane 8. Adrienne White, Louisville C. Matranga, TCU 10. Hillery Wilson, Cincinnati

Rd. 2 306 301 309 311 308 325 321 331 326 378

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NCAA East Regional Duke University Durham, N.C. May 7-9, 1998

NCAA East Regional Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, La. May 9-11, 2002

Team Champion Tulsa Memphis Finish Team didn’t compete Medalist Kathy Baker

Not unavailable

1994 NCAA East Regional Michigan State East Lansing, Mich. May, 1994 Team Champion Wake Forest

925 (311-310-304)

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Indiana

214 (75-69-70)

Memphis Individuals T27 Alissa Lauder 237 (80-78-79)

1996

Team Champion Duke

905 (308-298-299)

Memphis Finish 16th

965 (320-316-329) Florida

216 (75-70-71)

Memphis Individuals T44 Marie-Louise Hviid

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1997 NCAA East Regional Illinois State University Bloomington, Ill. May 8-10, 1997 Team Champion Ohio State

937 (311-318-308)

Memphis Finish 8th

958 (312-327-319)

Medalist Malin Tveit

Tennessee

Memphis Individuals T16 Naima Ghilain T25 A. Moltke-Leth T44 Kim Hunt T75 Meredith Thomas T93 Valerie Luehrs

Team Champion Duke

859 (291-280-288)

Memphis Finish 10th

920 (309-308-303)

Memphis Finish 11th/21

897 (299-297-301)

Georgia

Memphis Individuals T19 A. Moltke-Leth T27 Naima Ghilain T35 Natalie Tucker T65 Valerie Luehrs T89 Meredith Thomas

216 (70-75-71)

Medalist L. Hardin

226 (73-79-74) 228 (78-76-74) 230 (75-76-79) 238 (83-77-78) 244 (86-81-77)

Memphis Individuals 5 Meaghan Francella T28 Jennifer Jaszek T45 Marianne Ruud T82 Sandra Hellsvik T97 Abby More

Duke

210 (71-67-72) 215 (70-71-74) 222 (74-75-73) 225 (74-76-75) 236 (82-75-79) 244 (81-80-83)

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NCAA East Regional University of South Carolina Blythewood, S.C. May 6-8, 1999

NCAA West Regional Brigham Young University St. George, Utah April 29-May 1, 2007

Team Champion Georgia

884 (300-294-290)

Memphis Finish 15th/19

923 (301-310-312)

Medalist K. Lagedrost

USF

Memphis Individuals T7 Natalie Tucker T33 Valerie Luehrs T80 Naima Ghilain T91 Emily Burch T97 Sandra Hellsvik

NCAA East Regional Auburn University Auburn, Ala. May 9-11, 1996

Medalist J. M. Busuttil

882 (293-292-297)

Medalist R. Rankin

Tulsa

Memphis Individuals Christy Dristy

Team Champion Georgia

Team Champion Oklahoma State Stanford

874 (291-290-293) 874 (287-300-287)

Memphis Finish 21st/21

975 (320-312-343)

215 (72-73-70)

Medalist P. Lindberg

219 (71-74-74) 228 (74-77-77) 238 (80-77-81) 244 (76-88-80) 249 (81-82-86)

Memphis Individuals T34 Stacey Tate 93 Dawn-Marie Conaty T95 Rachel Larson 103 Kathryn O’Rouke WD Meghan Mahoney

Okla. State

206 (68-68-70) 227 (74-73-80) 249 (82-79-88) 251 (87-79-85) 255 (84-81-90) WD (80-W-W)

2001 NCAA West Regional Oregon State University Corvallis, Ore. May 10-12, 2001 Team Champion Arizona

868 (287-292-289)

Memphis Finish 14th/21

934 (305-312-320)

Medalist N. Gublis

Arizona

207 (68-68-71)

Memphis Individuals T11 Meaghan Francella T41 Marianne Ruud T63 Jennifer Jaszek T80 Sandra Hellsvik 97 Abby More

222 (72-73-77) 233 (78-77-78) 240 (78-82-80) 244 (77-80-87) 257 (83-89-85)

226 (74-79-73) 235 (76-78-81) 238 (80-82-76) 243 (76-85-82) 248 (81-82-85) 252 (80-92-80)

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- A Alex Aläng

2009-11

- B Mary Anne Bailey Molly Baney Cameron Barber Angela Barker Allison Bell Mary Jane Bowen Cynthia Brooks Brionie Brown Taylor Bunnell Emily Burch Ashley Burross

1978-80 1983-84 2003-07 1984-88 1993-95 1978-80 1986-89 1994 2007-08 1998-99 2003-07

- C Dawn-Marie Conaty Beatriz Cowman

2006-08 1987-91

- D Cindy Davis Maureen Danehy Christy Dristy Kim Dutelle

1979 1978-80 1981-82 1990-92

Josey Edwards Heather Eschenburg

1998-03 1993-96

- K Ashley Kees Gia Kronske

2010-11 1987-91

1992-95 1995-98 1985-88 2000-02

- G Ashleigh Garman Naima Ghilain Cynthia Giannini Kathleen Glavin Leslie Grabeman

2004-05 1995-99 1984-86 2008-11 2007-10

1979-80 1998-02 1984-85 2009-11 1992-93 2003-06 1979-82 1993-97 1994-96

Monice Madden Meghan Mahoney Alana Mann Sarah Mathews Caitlin McDonald Ruth Meaders Brenda McKown Amanda Moltke-Leth Abby More

1978 2003-08 1990-94 2009-11 2008-10 1978 1978-80 1996-98 1999-03

2003-07

- P Andrea Papp Christi Parkes Nikki Payne Alexa Porter

1999-00 1984-87 1983-85 2007-08

- R Danielle Reilly Kari Roberts Bernie Rosero Marianne Ruud

Renee Schafer Margaret Shaffer Judy Staub Marissa Steen Kayla Stewart Marla Stuart

2002 1985-86 2004-06 2000-03

1981-84 1982-85 1981-83 2008-11 2005-06 1985

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1994-96

2000-03

Kathy Vendetti

2004-07 1995-98 1997-99 2011

- V -

- J Jennifer Jaszek

Returning golfers listed in bold

- O Kathryn O’Rourke

Stacey Tate Meredith Thomas Natalie Tucker Natalie Turk

- I Melissa Isham

1978-80

- S -

- H Teresa Healy Sandra Hellsvik Laura Hessenauer Julia Hodgson Jennifer Hoff Christy Hull Susan Hundley Kim Hunt Marie-Louise Hviid

1981-83 1991-93 2005-09 1991-94 1987-91 1987-88 1981-82 1981-82 1996-00

Karen Young

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- F Cristi Fernandez Leslie Ferrell Leslie Folsom Meaghan Francella

1983-87 2011 1980-83 1978-80

- Y -

- L Leah Lacy Stephanie Landers Rachel Larson Alissa Lauder Heather Lee Leslie Leonard Marnie Liles Nancy Lonas Valerie Luehrs

- W Beth Walthal Ashleigh Whisenant Lori Whitaker Jackie Worley

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Record Book Individual Records Low Round 1. 66 Valerie Luehrs Lady Tar Heel, 1997 2. 67 Marissa Steen Bobcat Invitational, 2010 3. 68 Stacey Tate C-USA Championship, 2007 68 Stacey Tate John Kirk/Lady Panther, 2007 68 Marianne Ruud C-USA Championship, 2000 68 Amanda Moltke-Leth Lady Panther, 1996 68 Stacey Tate Pat Bradley Invite, 2006 8. 69 Marissa Steen Hurricane Invitational, 2010 69 Stacey Tate Lady Paladin Invite, 2006 69 Stacey Tate Ron Moore, 2006 69 Amanda Moltke-Leth C-USA Championship, 1997 69 Amanda Moltke-Leth Duke Spring Invite, 1997 69 Melissa Isham Lady Panther, 1995 Low 36 1. 138 Marissa Steen 2010 Bobcat Invitational 2. 139 Valerie Luehrs Lady Tar Heel, 1997 3. 140 Stacey Tate J. Kirk/Lady Panther, 2007 140 Amanda Moltke-Leth Lady Panther, 1996 5. 141 Meaghan Francella NCAA East Regional, 2002 141 Stacey Tate Lady Eagle Invite, 2006 Low 54 1. 211 Stacey Tate Lady Eagle Invite, 2006 2. 212 Stacey Tate C-USA Championship, 2007 3. 214 Stacey Tate Pat Bradley, 2006 4. 215 Stacey Tate Lady Eagle Classic, 2005 5. 217 Marissa Steen Lady Pirate, 2010 6. 219 Marissa Steen Sir Pizza Cards Challenge, 2011 219 Alex Aläng C-USA Championship, 2010

219 Stacey Tate Lady Paladin Invite, 2006 219 Stacey Tate Ron Moore Inter., 2006 219 Jennifer Jaszek Memphis Women’s, 2002 219 Meaghan Francella C-USA Championship, 2001 219 Marianne Ruud Bryan National, 2001 219 Meaghan Francella Lady Paladin, 2000 219 Natalie Tucker NCAA East Regional, 1999 219 Natalie Tucker Lady Tar Heel, 1999 219 Natalie Tucker Memphis Women’s, 1998 219 Amanda Moltke-Leth Duke Spring Invite, 1997

Low 54 1. 892 2. 894 3. 895 895 4. 896 5. 897

Lady Tar Heel, 1997 LSU/Fairwood, 1998 C-USA Champ., 2010 Lady Pirate, 2010 Memphis Women’s, 2002 NCAA East Region, 2002

Lowest Season Average 1. 73.9 Marissa Steen, 2010-11 2. 74.1 Stacey Tate, 2005-06 3. 75.1 Stacey Tate, 2006-07 4. 75.4 Amanda Moltke-Leth, 1997-98 5. 75.5 Meaghan Francella, 2001-02 6. 75.9 Meaghan Francella, 2000-01 75.9 Amanda Moltke-Leth, 1996-97 Lowest Career Average 1. 75.3 Stacey Tate, 2004-07 2. 75.8 Meaghan Francella, 2000-02 3. 75.9 Amanda Moltke-Leth, 1996-98 4. 76.5 Marissa Steen, 2008-11 5. 77.3 Marianne Ruud, 2000-03 6. 77.5 Naima Ghilain, 1995-99

Team Records Low Round 1. 288 Bobcat Invational, 2010 2. 291 Bobcat Invational, 2010 3. 292 UAB Fall Beach Blast, 2010 292 Memphis Women’s, 2002 292 Pine Needles, 2000 292 C-USA Championship, 2000 292 Lady Tar Heel, 1995 Low 36 1. 579 2. 581 3. 589 4. 591 5. 592 592 592 592

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Regional All NCAA Regional Natalie Tucker (Mid-Atlantic) Meaghan Francella (East)

1999 2002

Conference 1997 2006

C-USA Coach of the Year Debbie King Jenny Bruun

1997 2007

C-USA Freshman of the Year Naima Ghilain Amanda Moltke-Leth Marianne Ruud Meghan Francella

1996 1997 2000 2001

All-Conference USA First Team Naima Ghilain Marie-Louise Hviid Naima Ghilain Amanda Moltke-Leth Kim Hunt Amanda Moltke-Leth Naimia Ghilain Natalie Tucker Valerie Luehrs Meaghan Francella Marianne Ruud Meaghan Francella Stacey Tate Stacey Tate Marissa Steen

1996 1996 1997 1997 1997 1998 1999 1999 2000 2001 2001 2002 2006 2007 2011

All-Conference USA Second Team Kim Hunt 1996 Jennifer Jordan 1996 Meredith Thomas 1996 Valerie Luehers 1997 Meredith Thomas 1997 Naima Ghilian 1998 Jennifer Jaszek 2002 Marianne Ruud 2003 Marissa Steen 2010 All-Conference USA Third Team Jennifer Jaszek 2003 Stacey Tate 2005 Dawn-Marie Conaty 2007 Rachel Larson 2007 Rachel Larson 2008 C-USA All-Freshman Team Danielle Reilly

2003

C-USA All-Tournament Team Marianne Ruud Meghan Francella (Medalist) Jennifer Jaszek Marianne Ruud Stacey Tate Stacey Tate

2000 2001 2001 2001 2006 2007

All-Great Midwest Conference Allison Bell (Medalist) 1994 Kim Hunt 1994 Alana Marin 1994 Alissa Lauder 1994 Allison Bell 1995 Cristi Fernandez 1995 Marie-Louise Hviid 1995 Melissa Isham (Medalist) 1995

Institution M Club Hall of FAme Kathy Vendetti Beth Walthal-Harrelson Kim Hunt-O’Neil

1994 1999 2001

W e e k ly H o n o r s C-USA Golfer of the Week/Month Naima Ghilain Apr. 15, 1996 Naima Ghilain Apr. 15, 1997 Valerie Luehrs Oct., 2000 Meaghan Francella Apr. 2, 2001 Marianne Ruud Apr. 9, 2001 Marianne Ruud Sept., 2001 Marianne Ruud Feb., 2002 Jennifer Jaszek Sept., 2002 Stacey Tate Apr. 7, 2005 Stacey Tate Mar. 1, 2006 Stacey Tate April 5, 2006 Stacey Tate Apr. 12, 2006 Stacey Tate Oct. 11, 2006 Rachel Larson Feb. 14, 2007 Stacey Tate Apr. 4, 2007 Leslie Grabeman Oct. 14, 2009 Marissa Steen Mar. 3, 2010 Alex Aläng Apr. 14, 2010 Marissa Steen Sept. 15, 2010 Marissa Steen Nov. 3, 2010 Marissa Steen Mar. 23, 2011

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C-USA Golfer of the Year Kim Hunt Stacey Tate

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Academic CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Second Team Marissa Steen 2011 National Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar Rachel Larson 2006 Cameron Barber 2007 Rachel Larson 2007 Kathleen Glavin 2009 Marissa Steen 2009 Julia Hodgson 2010 Kathleen Glavin 2010 Marissa Steen 2010 Sarah Mathew 2010 Julia Hodgson 2011 Kathleen Glavin 2011 Marissa Steen 2011 Sarah Mathew 2011 C-USA All-Academic Team Rachel Larson Rachel Larson Marissa Steen Marissa Steen

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Women’s Golf History 1977-79 • The University of Memphis women’s golf program began in 1977 under current Associate Athletic Director Lynn Parkes. With a handful of tryouts, Parkes started a program that today is one of the most respected women’s golf programs in the country. That first Lady Tiger team consisted of Theresa Simi, Gloria Carkeet, Cindy Gabel, Kathy Whitetree, C.C. Chamberlain and Sydney Forrester. • In the second season, Parkes awarded three scholarships and that number increased to 10 scholarship players in 1979-80. The first scholarship Lady Tigers included Monice Madden, Jackie Worley and Elaine Heroux, a junior college transfer. • The 1978-79 team participated in eight events and placed in the top10 in four of the eight tournaments. Mary Ann Bailey had a season-low round of 78, and she also qualified for the USGA Women’s Amateur. Karen Young was signed in 1978-79 and became an impact player for the Lady Tigers. The squad captured its first team championship in the TCWSF Tournament (Tennessee College Women’s State Finals) in 1979. • In 1979-80, Maureen Danehy and Susan Hundley became Lady Tigers. Hundley won the Indiana Long Driving competition prior to signing with the University of Memphis.

1980-89 • By 1982-83, Kathy Vendetti was added to the already strong Lady Tigers team. She immediately made a name for herself and before she graduated, set virtually every U of M record. The Lady Tigers placed in the top-10 in all four spring tournaments in 1983. Memphis placed fifth in the Troy State Tournament for its best finish of the spring. Vendetti had a 78.8 stroke average and posted a low round of 74 in the Carrier/Memphis State Women’s Tournament. Of Vendetti’s 26 rounds that year, 16 were in the 70s. • Sally Andrews, a well-known local golfer, joined Memphis as an assistant coach in 1983-84 and helped Coach Lynn Parkes mold an even stronger team. Vendetti led the Lady Tigers, placing third at the Alabama Intercollegiate. She was joined by Renee Schafer, and together, they fired more rounds in the 70s. Vendetti had a season-low round of 72 at the Furman Intercollegiate and a 75 at the Lady Seminole and the Carrier/Memphis State Women’s Open. Schafer also

had a low round of 75 at the Memphis Tournament. • Beth Walthal and Leslie Folsom were looked on as leaders for the 1985-86 Lady Tigers. The Folsom-Walthal tandem led the squad to fifth-place finishes at the Kentucky Lady Kat Intercollegiate and the Metro Conference Championships. • In 1986-87, Andrews took over for Parkes as head coach when Parkes was elevated to Assistant Athletic Director for Women’s Sports. Andrews inherited a team made up of Angie Barker, Cynthia Brooks and Folsom, and added the first international players to the program in Beatriz Cowman of Chile and Heather Lee from Canada. She also inked Gia Kronske of Clearwater, Fla. • In 1987-88, Parkes’ sister, Christi Parkes, joined forces with Cowman, Lee and Kronske to post impressive scores. Parkes had a 75 in the Metro Conference Tournament. Cowman had a 76 at the Southern Intercollegiate, while Kronske finished 16th at the Hudson Invitational with a low round of 75. Lee was fourth in the Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate, while Barker finished tied for seventh in the Metro Conference Tournament with a threeround total of 235. • Brooks was named the Most Improved Player for the Lady Tigers in 1988-89. Cowman continued her assault on par, firing a 74 at UAB’s Lady Blazer Tournament in the fall of 1988. The squad won the UAB Lady Blazer Tournament, the team’s first NCAAsanctioned tournament title. Kronske was seventh at the Metro Conference Championships and sixth at the Tiger-Tide Invitational. She received All-Metro Conference honors and finished the season with a 79.4 stroke average. Lee had rounds of 73-74 at the True Temper/Memphis Women’s Open and led the team in stroke average with a 78.7. • The Lady Tigers placed second in the UAB Lady Blazer Tournament in the 1989-90 season, with Cowman, Kronske and Lee leading the team. Cowman had a 74.2 stroke average in the fall and placed fifth at the Kentucky Lady Kat Invitational. Both Kronske and Lee carried stroke averages in the 70s.

1990-99 • Lori Brock came on board as the Lady Tigers head coach in 1991-92, and under her tutelage, captured just the second official tournament championship in the history of the program. The Lady Tigers won the Nebraska

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Women’s Intercollegiate. The team also placed second in the Peggy Kirk Bell hosted by Rollins College and were fourth at both the prestigious Tiger-Tide Invitational and South Alabama Intercollegiate. • In 1993-94, the Lady Tigers grabbed the spotlight with their outstanding play. Led by Allison Bell and Kim Hunt, the Lady Tigers captured the first Great Midwest Conference (GMC) championship. Bell was the medalist, and Hunt placed second. Coach Brock was named GMC Coach of the Year. Alissa Lauder was the medalist in the NTU/SMU Invitational Tournament and qualified for the NCAA Golf Championships, where she placed 27th in a field of 102 golfers. • The 1994-95 Lady Tigers again swept through the Great Midwest Conference (GMC) Championships, winning by 47 strokes over their next closest opponent. The GMC Championships were held at Farmington Country Club in Memphis. Junior Melissa Isham claimed medalist honors with teammates Marie-Louise Hviid and Bell tying for second. Isham was named to the All-GMC Team, as were teammates Hviid, Bell and Cristi Fernandez. Hviid was also named GMC Newcomer of the Year and Coach Brock received GMC Coach of the Year honors. • Brock left the University of Memphis in the summer of 1995, and Debby King was hired as the new Lady Tigers head coach. In the fall of 1995, King guided the team to a championship title in the first tournament of her tenure at the Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate Tournament. • The Lady Tigers, under the direction of King, continued their stellar play in the fall, capturing their second tournament title of the season at rainshortened Lady Panther Invitational. Isham fired a 69 to earn individual medalist honors at the Lady Panther Invitational. In addition to the two titles, Memphis recorded three topfive showings at Lady Kat Invitational (3rd), Lady Tar Heel Invitational (5th) and Conference USA Championships (2nd). The Lady Tigers earned a spot in the NCAA Regionals for the first time in school history. Freshman Naima Ghilain was named Conference USA Freshman of the Year. • The Lady Tigers had the finest season in school history in 1996-97. Led by newcomer Amanda Moltke-Leth, the Lady Tigers won the Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate to open the fall season. Memphis closed the fall by winning the Lady Panther Invitational in Atlanta, and then ended the spring schedule with its third tournament victory, this time at the Conference

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USA Championships. Moltke-Leth took medalist honors in the Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate, Lady Panther Golf Classic and Duke Spring Invitational en route to being named the Conference USA Freshman of the Year. King received C-USA Coach of the Year accolades and all five Tigers — Kim Hunt, Moltke-Leth, Ghilain, Meredith Thomas and Valerie Luehrs — were named to the All-Conference USA Team. The Lady Tigers earned a bid to the NCAA East Regional Championships and placed eighth. • The 1997-98 Lady Tigers continued with nationally-ranked play, earning their third-consecutive bid to the NCAA Championships. The Lady Tigers had seven top-10 finishes in nine tournaments and placed 10th in the NCAA East Regional in Durham, N.C. Moltke-Leth and Ghilain both were named to the All-Conference USA Team. • The 1998-99 Lady Tigers made it four in a row when the team received another bid to the NCAA Regionals. The Lady Tigers travelled to Columbia, S.C., for the NCAA Regionals and were led in play by Natalie Tucker, who tied for seventh at The University Club. On the year, Tucker won the individual title at the Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate and finished third at the Conference USA Championships. She had seven top-10 finishes in the 10 tournaments. Ghilain ended her Memphis career with a fifth-place finish in the Conference USA Championships. Ghilain earned All-C-USA honors for the fourth-consecutive year. • The 1999-2000 Lady Tigers spent the fall introducing a number of young players to the collegiate game. Senior Valerie Luehrs led the squad with a second-place finish in the Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate. The highlight of the fall for the Lady Tigers was a trip to Hawaii to participate in the Rainbow Wahine Fall Golf Classic. The team travelled to the islands and spent an enjoyable week playing in the prestigious college event. The trip marked the first time in the program’s history that the Lady Tigers travelled for competition outside the continent al United States.

2000-09 • The 2000-01 Lady Tigers enjoyed another outstanding season. Despite playing with a young and inexperienced roster, the Lady Tigers won the Conference USA title and earned their fifth bid in six seasons to the NCAA Regionals. Freshman Meaghan Francella won the C-USA individual title and

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at the 2009-10 season-opening Lady Paladin Invitational, the Lady Tigers rebounded with four-consecutive top10 finishes to close out the fall. Led by Leslie Grabeman’s performance that garnered her Conference USA Golfer of the Week accolades, Memphis finished third at the Lady Red Wolf Classic. The next week, the Lady Tigers posted their second-consecutive third-place finish, with rounds of 76-74 from freshman Alex Aläng. In the final event of the season, Sarah Mathews posted rounds of 74-73 to tie for second individually and lead Memphis to the UAB Fall Beach Blast title. The tournament victory was the first under second-year Coach Harrelson and the first for the program since the 2007 Conference USA Championships crown.

with a fourth-place team finish at the C-USA Championships behind a 54hole team score of 911.

2010-Present • Memphis struggled to a 15th-place finish in the Hurricane Invitational in its first event of the 2010 spring, but bounced back by claiming victory in the next tournament, the South Alabama Lady Jaguar Invitational. Marissa Steen carded scores of 75-73-74 to earn medalist honors and lead the Lady Tigers to their second victory of the season. Steen also received C-USA Golfer of the Week honors for her performance. Memphis then finished sixth at the Cincinnati Spring Invitational, where it posted scores of 312308-305. Memphis narrowly missed claiming its third title of the season at the EKU Lady Colonel Classic, finishing second at the event. Aläng led Memphis with a third-place individual finish at the EKU Lady Colonel Classic and earned C-USA Golfer of the Week honors. At the C-USA Championships, the Lady Tigers posted their lowest tournament total of the season (895) and the third-lowest team score in school history to finish fourth. • The 2010-11 campaign was a season of unprecedented success for the Lady Tigers program. For the first time since the 1996-97 season, the Lady Tigers won three events (Bobcat Invitational, UAB Fall Beach Blast, Lady Eagle Invitational). Steen claimed medalist honors in each of the three events the team won, and set a singleseason scoring record with an average of 73.97 strokes-per-round. Steen was awarded C-USA Golfer of the Week honors three times, and was named to the C-USA All-Tournament Team after finishing second at the C-USA Championships. She was also named All-Conference USA first team. The Lady Tigers wrapped up the season

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was named the league’s Freshman of the Year. She was also named to the All-Conference USA and C-USA AllTournament squads. Marianne Ruud was named to the All-Conference USA and C-USA All-Tournament teams, while Jennifer Jaszek earned C-USA All-Tournament honors. • The 2001-02 season opened with Coach Debby King leaving the Memphis to start a program at Notre Dame. Katie Rump, an outstanding collegiate and amateur player from the Memphis area, was named as interim head coach. In Rump’s first tournament as head coach, the Lady Tigers captured the Memphis Women’s Invitational crown. The Lady Tigers won the Edwin Watts/Carolinas Classic, where Ruud also captured medalist honors for her first collegiate tournament victory. The Lady Tigers received their sixth invitation to the NCAA Tournament and participated in the East Regional in Baton Rouge, La. Francella received an individual invitation to the NCAA Championships. • The 2002-03 season became another one of change for the Memphis program. Sheryl Maize, head coach at Augsburg College in Minnesota and a noted teacher of the game, was hired as the permanent head coach to replace Rump, who served as the interim coach for one year. Maize won her first tournament as the Lady Tigers head coach, leading her squad to the Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate title. Maize guided the team to two other top-five showings in the fall, coming in third at the Louisville Lady Cardinal Cup and fourth at the Beacon Woods Invitational. • Due to circumstances beyond their control, the Lady Tigers and their head coach faced another change for the 2003-04 season. Maize returned to the state of Florida after an extended family illness and was granted a year’s leave of absence to take care of family matters. Former NCAA official and South Carolina Lady Gamecocks coach Donna Noonan took over the Lady Tigers program on an interim basis. • For the fourth-straight year, the Lady Tigers brought in a new coach in the summer of 2004. Jenny Bruun replaced Noonan for the 2004-05 season. Bruun came to Memphis after two years as an assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s golf teams at Campbell University. A firstyear head coach, Bruun inherited a young team with only one junior, six sophomores and one freshman. • Sophomore Stacey Tate led the Lady Tigers in the 2004-05 season with the program’s first individual title since 2002. Tate earned medalist honors

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