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Table of Contents Quick Facts 2011-12 Men’s Schedule 2011-12 Women’s Schedule Media Information Golf Course and Facilities Head Coach - Chris Deibel Assistant Coach - Brian Booher 2011-12 Men’s Roster 2011-12 Women’s Roster 2011-12 Men’s Season Preview 2011-12 Men’s Golfer Profiles Fall 2011 Men’s Results & Statistics Men’s All-Time Records Men’s Honors and Awards 2011-12 Women’s Season Preview 2011-12 Women’s Golfer Profiles Fall 2011 Women’s Results & Statistics Women’s All-Time Records Women’s Honors and Awards All-Time Rosters University Information City of Columbus University President - Peter Cimbolic, Ph.D. University Directions ODU Athletic Directory Athletic Facilities Athletic Leadership The GLIAC Michael B. Cannone, D.O - Sports Medicine Athletic Trainers

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Coaching Staff Head Coach: Alma Mater: Email: Graduate Assistant: Alma Mater: Email: Golf Office Phone:

Program History Chris Deibel (9th season) Capital (‘93) deibelc@ohiodominican.edu Brian Booher Penn State (’97) booherb@ohiodominican.edu 614-253-3481

First Year of Men’s Golf: First Year of Women’s Golf: Affiliation: Conference: Home Course:

Credits

Ohio Dominican University Location Founded Enrollment Colors Nickname Conference President Athletic Director

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2003-04 2003-04 NCAA Division II GLIAC Cumberland Trail GC

Columbus, Ohio 1911 3,100 Black, Gold and White Panthers Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) Dr. Peter Cimbolic Jeff Blair

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The 2012 Ohio Dominican University Golf Information Guide is a publication of the Ohio Dominican Sports Information Office. Writing, research and layout by Bryan Desch and Scott Miles. Special thanks to Ellie Asher, Alex Cribari, Jillian Dean, Brooke McCartney, Joe Shablesky and Brittany Seavey. Designed and printed by MJW Graphics. Photos: ODU Sports Information, George C. Anderson Photography Inc. and Koehler Photography. On the cover: Par 3, 17th at Cumberland Trail GC

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2011-12 Men’s Schedule

Date

Event

Location

Host Course

Time/Results

SEPTEMBER 9-10

Al Watrous Memorial Invite

Bay City, Mich.

Bay City CC

t-10th of 13

9-11

Al Watrous Memorial Invite

Bay City, Mich.

Bay City CC

10th of 18

9-25

ODU Kisor Classic

Pataskala, Ohio

Cumberland Trail GC

2nd of 7

9-19

Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational

West Lafayette, Ohio

River Greens GC

9-20

Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational

West Lafayette, Ohio

River Greens GC

8th of 15

9-25

NCAA Midwest Fall Regional

Southaven, Mich.

Hawkshead GC

t-19th of 27

9-26

NCAA Midwest Fall Regional

Southaven, Mich.

Hawkshead GC

18th of 27

OCTOBER 10-2

GLIAC Championship (Hosted by Ferris State)

Bath, Mich.

Eagle Eye GC

9th of 12

10-3

GLIAC Championship (Hosted by Ferris State)

Bath, Mich.

Eagle Eye GC

10th of 12

10-8

Findlay Invitational (GLIAC)

Findlay, Ohio

Findlay CC

4th of 12

10-9,

Findlay Invitational (GLIAC)

Findlay, Ohio

Findlay CC

8th of 12

3-15

Harmony Match Play Challenge

Harmony, Fla.

Harmony Golf Preserve

All Day

3-16

Harmony Match Play Challenge

Harmony, Fla.

Harmony Golf Preserve

All Day

3-31

Great Lakes Regional #2

Georgetown, Ky.

Cherry Blossom GC

All Day

4-1

Great Lakes Regional #2

Georgetown, Ky.

Cherry Blossom GC

All Day

4-14

Strimer Memorial Invitational

Delaware, Ohio

Oakhaven CC

All Day

4-15

Strimer Memorial Invitational

Delaware, Ohio

Oakhaven CC

All Day

4-21

Ashland Invitational (GLIAC)

Ashland, Ohio

Ashland CC

All Day

4-22

Ashland Invitational (GLIAC)

Ashland, Ohio

Ashland CC

All Day

4-28

2012 GLIAC Preview (Hosted by Ashland)

Elyria, Ohio

Elyria CC

All Day

5/5-7

2012 NCAA Super Regional

TBD

TBD

All Day

5/15-18

2012 NCAA Division II National Championship

Louisville, Ky.

Cardinal Club GC

All Day

MARCH

APRIL

MAY

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2011-12 Women’s Schedule

Date

Event

Location

Host Course

Time/Results

SEPTEMBER 9-18

Screaming Eagles Fall Classic – Southern Indiana

Evansville, Ind.

Cambridge GC

10th of 18

9-19

Screaming Eagles Fall Classic – Southern Indiana

Evansville, Ind.

Cambridge GC

7th of 18

9-24

Ferris State Fall Invitational (GLIAC)

Big Rapids, Mich.

Katke GC

6th of 9

9-25

Ferris State Fall Invitational (GLIAC)

Big Rapids, Mich.

Katke GC

6th of 9

OCTOBER 10-2

Lake Erie/Qdoba Mexican Grill Invitational (GLIAC)

Madison, Ohio

Madison CC

1st of 4

10-3

Lake Erie/Qdoba Mexican Grill Invitational (GLIAC)

Madison, Ohio

Madison CC

Cancelled

10-8

Bing-Beall Fall Classic (GLIAC)

Findlay, Ohio

Findlay CC

t-8th of 15

10-9

Bing-Beall Fall Classic (GLIAC)

Findlay, Ohio

Findlay CC

9th of 15

3-15

Harmony Match Play Challenge

Harmony, Fla.

Harmony Golf Preserve

All Day

3-16

Harmony Match Play Challenge

Harmony, Fla.

Harmony Golf Preserve

All Day

3-24

NKU Spring Fling

Owenton, Ky.

Perry Park Resort

All Day

3-25

NKU Spring Fling

Owenton, Ky.

Perry Park Resort

All Day

3-31

ODU “Give 18 Fore Cancer” Classic (GLIAC)

Pataskala, Ohio

Cumberland Trail GC

All Day

4-1

ODU “Give 18 Fore Cancer” Classic (GLIAC)

Pataskala, Ohio

Cumberland Trail GC

All Day

4-15

Tiffin Spring Invitational (GLIAC)

Tiffin, Ohio

Mohawk CC

All Day

4-16

Tiffin Spring Invitational (GLIAC)

Tiffin, Ohio

Mohawk CC

All Day

4-23

GLIAC Championship (Hosted by Northwood)

Midland, Mich

Midland CC

All Day

4-24

GLIAC Championship (Hosted by Northwood)

Midland, Mich.

Midland CC

All Day

5/5-7

2012 NCAA Super Regional

TBD

TBD

All Day

5/15-18

2012 NCAA Division II National Championship

Louisville, Ky.

Persimmon Ridge GC

All Day

MARCH

APRIL

MAY

*Events in Bold hosted by Ohio Dominican

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Media Information

MEDIA SERVICES

SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF

The Ohio Dominican University sports information office is available to accommodate any media requests. Following are some guidelines that should make it easy for media members to cover the Ohio Dominican athletic teams. Any additional questions should be directed to Scott Miles, ODU Sports Information Director. Sports Information Director Scott Miles Office: (614) 251-4577 Cell: (216) 310-2472 Fax: (614) 252-2556 e-mail: miless@ohiodominican.edu e-mail: athleticsdepartment@ohiodominican.edu Assistant Sports Information Director Ryan Beigle Direct: (614) 253-3482 e-mail: beigler@ohiodominican.edu Graduate Assistant Sports Information Director Bryan Desch Direct: (614) 253-4843 e-mail: deschb@ohiodominican.edu

Scott Miles, Sports Information Director Scott Miles is entering his first season as the sports information director at Ohio Dominican University. Miles graduated from nearby Capital University in December, 2008 with a degree in English-Professional Writing and worked as a student assistant in the sports information office, running the department on an interim basis in the summer of 2008. The Solon, Ohio native interned with the Ohio High School Athletic Association from 2008-09 and spent a year as the athletic media relations intern with the University of Toledo, serving as the primary media contact for seven varsity teams while assisting with coverage of the football, men’s and women’s basketball, soccer and baseball teams. Outside of his work in sports information, Miles spent two summers as an intern with the Lake County Captains, a minor league affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, and called baseball games for the Delaware Cows of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League. He also announced football, volleyball, basketball and baseball games for Capital and was the sports editor of the campus newspaper.

Address: Ohio Dominican University Alumni Hall 1216 Sunbury Road Columbus, OH 43219 General Information Phone: (614) 253-2741 Fax: (614) 252-0776 Toll Free: (800) 955-OHIO E-mail: admissions@ohiodominican.edu Press Box Phone: (614) 253-4813 Press Box Fax: (614) 253-4833

PLAYER INTERVIEWS All requests for player interviews should be made through the Ohio Dominican sports information department at least 48 hours in advance. Day of the game interviews are not permitted prior to the game. Post-game interviews will take place after the team has been dismissed from its post game meeting. In general, Coach Deibel and players will be available approximately 10 minutes after the match. Please contact a member of the sports information office to set-up post game interviews.

POST-MATCH PRODECURES Post game interview requests for coaches and players must be done through the sports information office prior to the game. Requesters will be escorted to a designated interviewing area at the conclusion of the teams post game meetings.

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Media Information Bryan Desch, Sports Information Graduate Assistant

Ryan Beigle, Assistant Sports Information Director Ryan Beigle enters his sixth season as the head men’s and women’s tennis coach and assistant sports information director at Ohio Dominican University. In his five seasons at the helm, Beigle has guided the women’s program to a 66-36 overall record and a 51-49 mark on the men’s side. In 2010-11, Beigle led the women’s team to an 11-9 overall record and a 6-5 mark in GLIAC, in the program’s first season competing as a NCAA Division II institution. Beigle took over an extremely youthful, but talented Panthers squad on both the men’s and women’s teams in 2006. He guided the women’s team to back-to-back American Mideast Conference titles in 2008 and 2009 and consecutive berths at the NAIA National Tournament in 2008, including the program’s first in 2008. He was twice named the AMC Women’s Coach of the Year and was honored at the NAIA National Tournament in 2009 as the Wilson/ITA Region III Coach of the Year. Beigle also led the men’s team to their first AMC Tournament title and the program’s first NAIA National Tournament appearance in 2009.

Bryan Desch is entering his second year in the Ohio Dominican Sports Information Department and first as a Graduate Assistant. Desch graduated from Ohio Dominican in May of 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management and a Business minor. As an undergrad, Desch interned with the University of Dayton Athletic Communications Office in the winter of 2008, and also interned with ODU’s sports information office during his senior year, assisting with the men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and softball teams. In addition to his two internships, Desch has worked for Athletic Facilities Operations at The Ohio State University over the past six years, helping with setup and operation of facilities on Buckeye football game days. Enrolled in the ODU graduate program, Desch is currently working towards a Master of Business Administration.

A 2002 graduate of Bethel College, Beigle received his degree in Education. As a member of the Pilots men’s tennis from 1996 to 2000, Beigle helped lead the Pilots to back-to-back NCCAA National Championships his final two seasons. Prior to joining the Panthers staff, Beigle spent the 2005-06 seasons as the head women’s tennis coach at his alma mater. During his two seasons at Bethel, he led the Pilots to a 30-17 overall record and was named the 2006 NCCAA Coach of the Year, while leading the team to a NCCAA National Title. Beigle also gained valuable experience coaching both the boy’s and girl’s tennis programs at Mishawaka Marian High School in Mishawaka, Indiana. While at Marian, he helped lead the women’s team to a 65-15 overall record in his six seasons and also led the men’s team to a 28-12 overall record over a three-year period. Along with his various coaching duties, Beigle also plays an integral role in the athletic department assisting in the sports information office. Beigle and his wife Marji reside in Columbus.

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Media Outlets Associated Press

WSYX-TV (ABC)

Rusty Miller, Sports Editor 1103 Schrock Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43229 (614) 885-2727

1261 Dublin Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43125 (614) 481-6641

Dayton Daily News WBNS Radio “The Fan” (1460 AM) 605 S. Front St., Suite 300 Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 480-3971

45 S. Ludlow St. Dayton, Ohio 45401 (937) 225-2250

Metro Networks WBNS-TV (CBS) 770 Twin Rivers Dr. Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 460-3962

6230 Busch Blvd. Columbus, Ohio 43229 (614) 844-5252

Ohio News Network (ONN) Columbus Dispatch Ray Stein, Sports Editor 34 S. Third St. Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 461-5236

WTVN Radio (610 AM) 1301 Dublin Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 487-2482

770 Twin Rivers Dr. Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 460-2882

ESPN-Sports Ticker Harborside Financial Center 600 Plaza 2 Jersey City, New Jersey 07311 800-367-8935

Cincinnati Enquirer WCMH-TV (NBC) 3165 Olentangy River Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 263-5555

Shannon Russell, Sports Writer 312 Elm St. Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 (513) 768-8438

Suburban News Publications John Hulkenberg, Sports Editor P.O. Box 29912 5257 Sinclair Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43229 (614) 785-1199

WMNI Radio (920 AM) 1458 Dublin Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 481-7800

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Golf Course and Facilities Cumberland Trail Golf Club | Pataskala, Ohio The Panthers are fortunate to call Cumberland Trail Golf Club their home. The course, designed by Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry, opened in 1999 and measures up to 7,205 yards from the back tees. Known for its excellent conditioning and difficult design, Cumberland Trail ranks fourth in Central Ohio among public golf courses, according to Mid Ohio Golfer, and received 3.5 stars from Golf Digest. The greens at Cumberland Trail are considered by many to be the finest in the Columbus area and challenge even the best putters. The ODU golf team has unlimited access to the facility which includes a driving range and large practice green.

Practice Facilities ODU golfers have the ability to practice year round at one of two practice facilities. Bridgeview Driving Range, located just 6 minutes from campus, serves as the outdoor practice facility during the Spring and Fall. Grass tees, a large putting green, and an excellent short game practice area are just a few of the benefits available to our teams. When the weather turns cold, ODU players practice at “The Dome”, the largest indoor driving range in Ohio. “The Dome” measures a full 90 yards from front to back and the indoor temperature is kept around a comfortable 60 degrees. It provides the perfect environment to continue to improve during the cold winter months.

The long par 3, 17th is the signature hole at Cumberland Trail. With water along the entire right side, a par on this hole is often regarded equal to a birdie.

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Coaches

Chris Deibel Head Men’s and Women’s Golf Coach 9th Season at ODU Chris Deibel enters his ninth season as the head men’s and women’s golf coach at Ohio Dominican. Deibel has developed the men’s and women’s teams in to one of the premier programs in the state of Ohio in its short history. In the past eight seasons at ODU, Deibel has coached 15 individual champions, three NAIA AllAmericans, 19 all-conference selections, eight GCAA All-Region players and led his teams to 16 team championships and two National Championship appearances.

He also has been successful in developing a standard of excellence for his players in the classroom. Along with 19 Academic All-Americans, Deibel has coached eight NAIA Academic Teams. The men’s golf team is a five-time NAIA Scholar Team Award recipient and in 2010 was named the Men’s Golf Academic National Champions. The women’s team received the NAIA Scholar Team Award three consecutive years from 2007 to 2009. Last season, two of his women’s golfers were selected to the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) Division II All-America Scholar Team, while one of his men’s golfers was voted to the Capital One Academic All-District IV Second Team.

Deibel is an 11-year member of the PGA and current member of the GCAA, NGCA and is a certified putting instructor with SeeMore putters, one of only two certified instructors in Ohio. In addition to his coaching duties, Coach Deibel serves as the conference coordinator at Ohio Dominican. He currently lives in Lancaster, Ohio with his wife, Abby, and their three children, Ellyn, Carsten, and Hogan.

Deibel previously worked as the Head Golf Pro at The Willows Golf Club in Groveport, Ohio. He is a graduate of the PGA Golf Professional Training Program, where he received the Titleist/Footjoy Scholarship for exceptional performance. He received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Capital University, and was a four year member of the Crusaders golf team.

Brian Booher begins his first season at Ohio Dominican as an assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s golf teams.

Brian Booher Assistant Men’s and Women’s Golf Coach

A graduate of Newark High School, Booher attended Penn State University where he earned a degree in Professional Golf Management in 1997. Along with coaching at GHS, Booher Prior to joining the Panthers, Booher was on served as the head professional at Granville the coaching staff for the Granville High School Golf Course from 2000 to 2010. boys team from 2000 to 2010, serving first as the assistant coach, before taking over as head Booher currently resides in Newark with his coach in 2003. During his tenure, the Blue Aces wife and two children. won 10 sectional titles, three district titles and made seven state championship appearances, twice earning third-place finishes and claiming the 2001 state championship team title.

1st Season at ODU

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2011-12 Rosters

2011-12 Men’s Golf Roster Name Eric Brown Kyle Burgess Ben Calvert Matt Culp Blake Harpenau Kevin Hartoin Alex Nikias Conor O’Hea Gabriel Schumacher Tyler Sebert Conner Stookey Gary Wright, Jr. Nick Reardon

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Hometown/High School (Previous) Batavia, OH/Batavia Lancaster, OH/Fairfield Christian Academy Franklin, OH/Carlisle Pickerington, OH/Pickerington Central Cincinnati, OH/St. Xavier (Cincinnati St.) Cincinnati, OH/Elder Cincinnati, OH/Bishop Fenwick Middletown, OH/Middletown Porto Alegre, Brazil/Colegio Farroupilha Grove City, OH/Grove City Milford, OH/Milford (Cincinnati St.) Warsaw, OH/River View Dublin, OH/Bishop Watterson (Depauw)

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2011-12 Rosters

2011-12 Women’s Golf Roster Name Kelsey Auditore Kelsey Brock Amanda Costanzo Lauren Kyre Danielle Misencik Karalyn Newman* Alexandria Numbers Ashley Swartz Sarah Vonderembse *Graduated in December

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Swings Right Right Right Right Right Right Right Right Right

Hometown/High School Dayton, OH/Alter Zanesville, OH/John Glenn Silver Lake, OH/Walsh Jesuit Pickerington, OH/Pickerington North Concord, OH/Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin Springfield, OH/Kenton Ridge Sugarcreek, OH/Garaway Lima, OH/Lima Bath Lima, OH/Lima Central Catholic

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Men’s Season Preview Following one of the best, all-around seasons in program history that included five top-5 finishes and the ODU Kisor Classic title, the 2011-12 edition of Ohio Dominican’s men’s golf team has experienced mixed results thus far in the second year at the NCAA Division II level. With the addition of six new faces, including three freshmen and two transfers, the Panthers required some time to develop a consistent lineup each weekend. In six tournaments, ODU’s average finish was just over ninth place, highlighted by runnerer up honors at the 36-hole Kisor Classic at Cumberland Trail GC and a pair of eighth-place finishes at the Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational and the Findlay Invitational. The three round total of 910 (311-298-301) at the Powerade Invite in West Lafayatte tied for the fifth lowest 54-hole aggregate score re in school history.

the way at 79.1 strokes per round. In 12 rounds, senior Gary Wright, Jr. (Warsaw, OH) tallied a 79.75 average and tallied his fifth top-10 performance of his career with a 10th place total of 157 (83-74) at the Kisor Classic. ODU opens the spring season at the Harmony Golf Preserve in Harmony, Florida as the Panthers host the two-day Harmony Match Play Challenge, beginning on March 15. Following the Spring Break trip, ODU closes out March at the Great Lakes

With the increased roster size though, ODU was able to attain a plethora of experience as nine golfers competed in five or more rounds during the fall campaign with all nine averaging scores under 80 for the season. Junior Kevin Hartoin (Cincinnati, OH), continued his unwavering presence for ODU with two top-10 finishes and a 76.14 average, capped by a career-low and team season-best final round of 70 at the GLIAC Championship resulting in a tie for 10th. The junior currently ranks fourth among program scoring leaders with a cumulative average of 77.4 in 58 career rounds. Junior newcomer Connor Stookey (Milford, OH), a transferr from Cincinnati State, compiled a 76.79 scoring average through all 14 rounds and a pair of top-20 finishes, including fifth place at the Kisor Classic, five shots back of medalist st honors. Junior Tyler Sebert (Grove City, OH) and sophomores Alex Nikias (Cincinnati, OH) and Gabriel Schumacher (Porto Alegre, Brazil) all averaged 78.8 strokes in the fall and combined for four top-25 finishes, while Schumacher earned seventh place in his first collegiate tournament at the Kisor Classic. The freshman trio of Kyle Burgess (Lancaster, OH), Eric Brown (Batavia, OH) and Conor O’Hea (Middletown, OH) each collected top-20 efforts in their first season in the Blackand-Gold and all averaged sub-80 scores with Burgess leading

Regional #2 at Cherry Blossom GC in Georgetown, Kentucky. The Panthers are slated for three tournaments in April, starting on April 14-15 at Ohio Wesleyan’s Strimer Memorial Invitational in Delaware, followed by the Ashland Invitational, an allGLIAC invite, at the Ashland CC on April 21-22 and the 2012 GLIAC Preview season finale at the Elyria CC on April 28.

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Men’s Player Profiles Ben Calvert

Kevin Hartoin

Senior Carlisle H.S. • Franklin, Ohio Born 8/23/89 Business Administration Major

Junior Elder H.S. • Cincinnati, Ohio Born 5/7/9 Finance Major

Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Fall ‘11 1 2 ---84.00 2010-11 8 17 --2 79.41 2009-10 6 13 -1 3 81.08 2008-09 4 7 1 1 2 79.57 Career 19 39 1 2 7 80.2 Awards/Honors - Two ODU academic excellence awards

Low 81 73 75 75 73

Best Finish T30 ODU 14 ODU T6 Shawnee State T2 MVNU Classic

Fall 2011: Finished in tie for 30th with two-round total of 168 (90-81) at ODU Kisor Classic. 2010-11: Played 17 rounds in eight tournaments for the Panthers…Posted top-15 finish at the ODU Kisor Classic with two-day total of 159 (83-76)…Shot career best round of 73 at Wittenberg Fall Invitational en route to tie for 15th… ODU’s top finisher (T27) at Great Lakes Regional #3 with score of 152 (77-75). 2009-10: Competed in six events for the Panthers…Carded season average of 81.08 in 13 rounds…Shot season low 75 at the Shawnee State Invitational to help secure best finish of the season (T6). 2008-09: Played in four events in rookie season…Posted season scoring average of 79.57 in seven rounds…Earned lowest finish of season tying for second in MVNU Cougar Classic…Shot season low round of 75 at that same tournament. High School: Attended Carlisle High School in Franklin…Named to Southwestern Buckeye League First Team three times…Selected 2008 Most Valuable Player of the SWBL…Four-time team MVP.

Matt Culp

Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Low Best Finish Fall ‘11 5 11 -2 2 76.18 70 8 ODU 2010-11 9 20 1 3 5 77.55 71 3 Lake Superior 2009-10 11 27 3 5 5 77.81 71 T1 MVNU Career 25 58 4 10 12 77.4 70 Awards/Honors - Five Academic Excellence Awards, 2010 Tee to Green Award Winner, 2010 GCAA All- Region, 2010 All-Conference (KIAC/Independent), 2010 MVNU Cougar Classic medalist. Fall 2011: Led Panthers with 76.18 fall average in 11 rounds of action… Garnered two top-10 finishes, including tie for 10th at GLIAC Championships following career best 70 in round three. 2010-11: Played in all 20 rounds and nine events for Panthers…Finished with overall scoring average of 77.55, including team leading 75.09 average in fall…Led team with five top-20 and three top-10 finishes…Recorded fourth lowest 54-hole aggregate in program history with 218 at Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational…Carded 71 on three occasions, including day one of Lake Superior State Invitational, leading to third place total of 147. 2009-10: Finished freshman campaign with season scoring average of 77.81 in 11 events and 27 rounds of competition…Champion of the MVNU Cougar Classic at Chapel Hill GC with two-day total of 149, including season low 71 in round one...Selected to Golf Coaches Association of America All-Region squad and earned team’s Tee to Green Award. High School: Graduate of Elder High School in Cincinnati…As senior captain, selected First Team All-Greater Catholic League with nine-hole average of 37.2…Won Moeller Invitational medalist honors at Waldon Ponds competing against top teams in state.

Alex Nikias

Junior Pickerington Central H.S. • Pickerington, Ohio Born 8/13/91 Accounting Major Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Fall ‘11 1 2 ---2010-11 4 9 --1 2009-10 7 16 --1 Career 12 27 --2 Awards/Honors - Five Academic Excellence Awards

Avg. 85.50 83.33 81.50 82.4

Low 81 76 72 72

Best Finish T34 ODU T15 ODU T11 MVNU

Fall 2011: In lone event of fall, shot 171 (90-81) at ODU Kisor Classic to finish tied for 34th. 2010-11: Competed in four events and nine rounds for ODU…Recorded top-15 finish at ODU Kisor Classic after rounds of 81-79 (160)…Shot season low 76 in first round at Kyle Ryman Memorial. 2009-10: Played in seven events in freshman campaign…Finished with season scoring average of 81.50 over 16 rounds…Carded career low of 72 in third round of ODU Kisor Classic…Best finish came at MVNU Cougar Classic (T11). High School: Graduate of Pickerington Central High School…Named to First Team All-Ohio Capital Conference in 2008…Tied Tigers’ school record for 18 holes (70) and set new benchmark for low nine-hole score (32).

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Sophomore Bishop Fenwick H.S. • Cincinnati, Ohio Born 1/2/92 Integrated Math Education Major Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Low Best Finish Fall ‘11 2 5 --1 78.80 75 T15 ODU 2010-11 9 20 -2 4 78.60 73 7 ODU Career 11 25 -2 5 77.6 73 Awards/Honors - Three Academic Excellence Awards Fall 2011: Shot average of 78.80 over five rounds in fall…Tied for 15th at ODU Kisor Classic with 36-hole score of 161 (79-82). 2010-11: Played in every tournament for Panthers as a freshman, compiling second best fall scoring average of 76.09 and fourth best overall at 78.60… Finished in top-20 at four tournaments, highlighted by seventh place finish at ODU Kisor Classic…Tied for 10th at Wittenberg Fall Invitational…Posted low round of 73 on day one at the Wittenberg Fall Invitational. High School: Graduate of Bishop Fenwick High School in Franklin…Named 2009 Greater Catholic League and Cincinnati Coaches Poll Division II Golfer of the Year…Three-time All-GCL Selection…Recorded a scoring average of 36.3 in senior campaign…Recipient of President’s Award for Educational Excellence.

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Men’s Player Profiles Tyler Sebert

Gabriel Schumacher

Junior Grove City H.S. • Grove City, Ohio Born 6/3/91 Biology Major

Sophomore Colegio Farroupilha • Porto Alegre, Brazil Born 5/19/89 Business Administration Major

Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Low Best Finish Fall ‘11 4 10 ---78.80 73 T25 ODU/SVSU 2010-11 9 20 1 2 4 76.80 73 T3 ODU 2009-10 10 24 2 3 6 79.38 71 2 NAIA Qualifier Career 23 54 3 5 10 78.3 71 Awards/Honors - Two Academic Excellence Awards, 2010 All-Conference (KIAC/ Independent) Fall 2011: In four events and 10 rounds, compiled fall average of 78.8… Tallied pair of top-25 results, including three-over par 147 (73-74) at Saginaw Valley State’s Al Watrous Memorial Invite. 2010-11: Averaged team low 76.80 scoring average, competing in all nine tournaments…Had four top-20 and two top-10 finishes, highlighted by third place tie at ODU Kisor Classic...Paced team with eighth place finish at OMNI Financial Intercollegiate with three-round total of 234 (79-79-76). 2009-10: Finishing with scoring average of 79.38 in 24 rounds and 10 events in his freshman campaign…Shot season and career best round of 71 at Auld Crafters Kisor Classic…Runner-up at NAIA National Qualifier. High School: Graduate of Grove City High School…Three-time district qualifier and Second Team All-Ohio Capital Conference his senior year…Had lowest individual scoring average of 76.8 at GCHS…High School Academic Scholar Athlete.

Connor Stookey Junior Milford H.S. • Milford, Ohio Born 1/6/91 Business Administration Major (Cincinnati State)

Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Low Best Finish Fall ‘11 2 5 -1 1 78.80 76 7 ODU 2010-11 DNP Career 2 5 -1 1 78.80 76 Fall 2011: Competed in two tournaments and five rounds in fall… Recorded 78.80 scoring average, including low round of 76 for seventh place finish at ODU Kisor Classic. 2010-11: Did not participate High School: Attended Colegio Farroupilha in Porto Alegre, Brazil.

Blake Harpenau Junior St. Xavier H.S. • Cincinnati, Ohio Born 6/8/90 Business Administration Major (Cincinnati State) Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Low Best Finish First season at ODU *Red-shirted for 2011-12 season College/High School: Transfer from Cincinnati State…Two-time National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-American…Twice named First Team All-Ohio Community College Athletic Association (OCCAC)… 2010 OCCAC Player of the Year…Finished as NJCAA National Runner-Up by one stroke after shooting 298 (77-75-70-76) at national championships at Chautauqua Country Club in New York…Two-time NJCAA National Qualifier Runner-Up…Graduate of St. Xavier High School.

Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Low Best Finish Fall ‘11 6 14 1 1 2 76.79 72 5 ODU Career 6 14 1 1 2 76.79 72 Awards/Honors - One Academic Excellence Award Fall 2011: Compiled 76.79 fall average as lone Panther to compete in all 14 rounds...Earned two top-20 finishes, including fifth place score of 153 (79-74) at ODU Kisor Classic…Tied for 18th at NCAA Midwest Fall Regional following four-over par 148 (73-75). College/High School: Transfer from Cincinnati State…Captain of Surge and Second Team All-Ohio Community College Athletic Association selection…Received National Junior College Athletic Association All-Region Recognition after earning medalist honors at NJCAA National Qualifier… Attended Milford High School…Also member of Eagles’ soccer team.

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Men’s Player Profiles Gary Wright, Jr. Senior River View H.S. • Warsaw, Ohio Born 2/24/89 Business Administration Major Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Low Best Finish Fall ‘11 5 12 1 1 79.75 73 10 ODU 2010-11 8 18 -1 3 78.00 68 6 ODU 2009-10 7 16 1 2 4 79.00 72 T3 Bethel 2008-09 5 9 -1 3 78.33 70 T10 Wittenberg Career 25 55 1 5 11 78.7 70 Awards/Honors - 2009 Tee to Green Award Winner, Three Academic Excellence Awards Fall 2011: Tallied 79.8 average over five fall events and 12 rounds…Earned top-10 finish at ODU Kisor Classic with 157 (83-74) total. 2010-11: Competed in eight tournaments and 18 rounds for Panthers… Posted three top-20 finishes, including season best sixth place at ODU Kisor Classic with 151 (76-75)…Recorded second best fall scoring average at 76.09 and third best overall at 78.00…Shot team season low and career best 68 at River Greens GC in second round of Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational. 2009-10: Played in seven events for the Panthers…Posted season average of 79.00 in 16 rounds of competition…Finished in career best tie for third at the Bethel Pilot Invitational in South Bend, Ind., shooting season low 72 in round one. 2008-09: Played in five events in rookie season…Posted season scoring average of 78.33 in nine rounds…Shot low single round of 70 at Wittenberg Fall Invitational…Finished tied for 10th overall in that same tournament… Earned team’s Tee-To-Green Award. High School: Attended River View High School in Warsaw…Named 2007 Eastern District Player of the Year…Coshocton County Player of the Year three times during high school career…Holds school records for 18 holes (68) and 9 holes (32)…Was named team MVP three times.

Nick Reardon Sophomore Bishop Watterson H.S. • Dublin, Ohio Born 3/8/91 Accounting Major (DePauw) Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. First season at ODU

Low Best Finish

College/High School: Transfer from Division III DePauw University in Indiana…PING Great Lakes All-Region, All-North Coast Athletic Conference and NCAA All-Freshman Team in 2010 for the Tigers…Graduate of nearby Bishop Watterson High School… Named Division I Second Team All-Ohio and First Team All-District in 2008…Three-time All-Central Catholic League pick (2007-09).

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Conor O’Hea

Freshman Batavia H.S. • Batavia, Ohio Born 2/22/93 Undecided Major

Freshman Middletown H.S. • Middletown, Ohio Born 5/16/93 Undecided

Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Low Best Finish Fall ‘11 4 10 --1 79.30 74 12 ODU Career 4 10 --1 79.30 74 Fall 2011: Carded fall scoring average of 79.30 over 10 rounds…Low 18hole total of 74 in third round of Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational… Finished 12th at ODU Kisor Classic in September. High School: Graduate of Batavia High School…Earned Southern Buckeye Athletic and Academic Conference Player of the Year all four years (07-10)… Four-time OHSAA district qualifier, including state qualifier in 2009…Twice selected to Cincinnati Enquirer First Team, earning Division II Athlete of the Year honors in 2010…Holds every boy’s golf record at Batavia…Fourtime SBAAC Scholar Athlete…Also played for the Bulldogs’ baseball and basketball teams

Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Low Best Finish Fall ‘11 3 6 --1 79.33 73 T13 ODU Career 3 6 --1 79.33 73 Fall 2011: Fall 2011: Competed in three events and six rounds in fall… Carded 79.33 scoring average, while earning high finish of t-13th at ODU Kisor Classic. High School: Graduate of Middletown High School…A four-year letterwinner and two-time co-captain for the Middies, O’Hea was twice named First Team All-Southwest Ohio and First Team All-Greater Miami Conference…Earned GMC All-Academic distinction all four years…Also member of Middies baseball squad.

Kyle Burgess Freshman Fairfield Christian Academy H.S. • Lancaster, Ohio

Born 5/16/93 Sport Management/Accounting Major Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Low Best Finish Fall ‘11 4 8 --1 79.13 76 T18 ODU Career 4 8 --1 79.13 76 Fall 2011: Totaled 79.1 fall average in four tournaments and eight rounds of action…Best finish was tie for 18th at ODU Kisor Classic…Twice shot low round of 76 at Al Watrous Memorial Invite for eight-over par 152. High School: Attended Fairfield Christian Academy High School…Threetime Mid-Ohio Christian Athletic League (MOCAL) Player of the Year… Division III Central District Player of the Year and Lancaster Eagle Gazette Golfer of the Year as a junior and senior…Recipient of OHSAA Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award…Earned Academic All-Ohio recognition as senior and served as National Honor Society Class Officer in 2010 and 2011

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Fall 2011 Men’s Team/Combined Statistics

Team Tournament Scores Tournament

Dates

Al Watrous Memorial Invite

9/11/11

ODU Kisor Classic

Rounds

Place

Teams

+/-

Score

W-L

2

10

13

+24

600

3-9

9/15/11

2

2

7

+54

630

5-1

Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational

9/20/11

3

8

15

+46

910

7-7

NCAA Fall Midwest Regional

9/26/11

2

18

27

+44

620

9-17

GLIAC Championship

10/3/11

3

10

12

+85

949

2-9

Findlay Invitational

10/9/11

2

8

12

+43

619

4-7

Combined Statistics Player

Rounds

Low Tour.

Low

Par/-

#

Finish Top

Rel.

54

36

Rnd

Rnds

Evt

5

10

20

Par Avg

Career Rounds

Strokes Avg

Kevin Hartoin

11

226

149

70

1

5

-

2

2

+5

76.2

58

4490

77.4

Connor Stookey

14

227

148

72

2

6

1

1

2

+5

76.8

14

1075

76.8

Alex Nikias

5

233

161

75

-

2

-

-

1

+7

78.8

25

1967

78.7

Gabriel Schumacher 5

239

155

76

-

2

-

1

1

+7

78.8

5

394

78.8

Tyler Sebert

10

228

147

73

-

4

-

-

-

+7

78.8

54

4229

78.3

Kyle Burgess

8

-

152

76

-

4

-

-

1

+7

79.1

8

633

79.1

Eric Brown

10

227

159

74

-

4

-

-

1

+7

79.3

10

793

79.3

Conor O’Hea

6

-

156

73

-

3

-

-

1

+7

79.3

6

476

79.3

Gary Wright Jr.

12

234

157

73

-

5

-

1

+8

79.8

55

4329

78.7

Ben Calvert

2

-

168

81

-

1

-

-

-

+12

84.0

39

3129

80.2

Matt Culp

2

-

171

81

-

1

-

-

-

+14

85.5

27

2225

82.4

296

3

6

1

5

10

+21

309.1

FOUR-PLAYER TEAM 14

18

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Fall 2011 Men’s Individual Results Eric Brown Tournament

Dates

ODU Kisor Classic Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational NCAA Fall Midwest Regional GLIAC Championship SEASON TOTALS

9/15/11 9/20/11 9/26/11 10/3/11

Rounds Scores

2 3 2 3 10

80-79=159 77-76-74=227 85-76=161 85-81-80=246 793 Avg. 79.3

Par

Rank

+15 +11 +17 +30 +7

12th/45 t 35th/85 t 99th/135 50th/60 -

Kyle Burgess Tournament

Dates

Al Watrous Memorial Invite ODU Kisor Classic NCAA Fall Midwest Regional Findlay Invitational SEASON TOTALS

9/11/11 9/15/11 9/26/11 10/9/11

Rounds Scores

2 2 2 2 8

76-76=152 83-79=162 84-78=162 78-79=157 633 Avg. 79.1

Par

Rank

+8 +18 +18 +13 +7

t 45th/65 t 18th/45 t 107th/135 t 45th/75 -

Ben Calvert Tournament

Dates

ODU Kisor Classic SEASON TOTALS

9/15/11

Rounds Scores

2 2

87-81=168 168 Avg. 84.0

Par

Rank

+24 +12

t 30th/45 -

Matt Culp Tournament

Dates

ODU Kisor Classic SEASON TOTALS

9/15/11

Rounds Scores

2 2

90-81=171 171 Avg. 85.5

Par

Rank

+27 +14

t 34th/45 -

Kevin Hartoin Tournament

Dates

Al Watrous Memorial Invite ODU Kisor Classic NCAA Fall Midwest Regional GLIAC Championship Findlay Invitational SEASON TOTALS

9/11/11 9/15/11 9/26/11 10/3/11 10/9/11

Rounds Scores

2 2 2 3 2 11

78-81=159 82-74=156 79-76=155 80-76-70=226 76-76=152 848 Avg. 77.1

Par

Rank

+15 +12 +11 +10 +8 +5

t 34th/65 8th/45 t 58th/135 t 10th/60 t 24th/75 -

Alex Nikias Tournament

Dates

ODU Kisor Classic Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational SEASON TOTALS

9/15/11 9/20/11

Rounds Scores

2 3 5

79-82=161 77-75-81=233 394 Avg. 78.8

Par

Rank

+17 +17 +7

t 15th/45 t 53rd/85 -

Par

Rank

+16 +16 +12 +7

61st/65 t 13th/45 t 42nd/75 -

Conor O'Hea Tournament

Dates

Al Watrous Memorial Invite ODU Kisor Classic Findlay Invitational SEASON TOTALS

9/11/11 9/15/11 10/9/11

Rounds Scores

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80-80=160 83-77=160 73-83=156 476 Avg. 79.3

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Fall 2011 Men’s Individual Results Gabriel Schumacher Tournament

Dates

ODU Kisor Classic Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational SEASON TOTALS

9/15/11 9/20/11

Rounds Scores

2 3 5

79-76=155 79-80-80=239 394 Avg. 78.8

Par

Rank

+11 +23 +7

7th/45 t 62nd/85 -

Tyler Sebert Tournament

Dates

Al Watrous Memorial Invite ODU Kisor Classic Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational GLIAC Championship SEASON TOTALS

9/11/11 9/15/11 9/20/11 10/3/11

Rounds Scores

2 2 3 3 10

73-74=147 85-80=165 78-74-76=228 83-80-85=248 788 Avg. 78.8

Par

Rank

+3 +21 +12 +32 +7

t 25th/65 t 25th/45 t 39th/85 52nd/60 -

Connor Stookey Tournament

Dates

Al Watrous Memorial Invite ODU Kisor Classic Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational NCAA Fall Midwest Regional GLIAC Championship Findlay Invitational SEASON TOTALS

9/11/11 9/15/11 9/20/11 9/26/11 10/3/11 10/9/11

Rounds Scores

2 2 3 2 3 2 14

77-75=152 79-74=153 77-72-78=227 73-75=148 72-79-86=237 75-83=158 1075 Avg. 76.8

Par

Rank

+8 +9 +11 +4 +21 +14 +5

t 45th/65 5th/45 t 35th/85 t 18th/135 t 34th/60 t 48th/75 -

Gary Wright Jr. Tournament

Dates

ODU Kisor Classic Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational NCAA Fall Midwest Regional GLIAC Championship Findlay Invitational SEASON TOTALS

9/15/11 9/20/11 9/26/11 10/3/11 10/9/11

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2 3 2 3 2 12

83-74=157 85-76-73=234 79-80=159 79-79-87=245 83-79=162 957 Avg. 79.8

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Rank

+13 +18 +15 +29 +18 +8

10th/45 t 55th/85 t 84th/135 t 48th/60 t 58th/75 -


Fall 2011 Men’s Team Results 9/11/11 -- Al Watrous Memorial Invite Bay City Country Club -- Bay City, Michigan Par 72, 6880 yards -- 13 teams, 65 players Ohio Dominican 304 296 Tyler Sebert 73 74 Kyle Burgess 76 76 Connor Stookey 77 75 Kevin Hartoin 78 81 Conor O'Hea 80 80

600 147 152 152 159 160

+24 +3 +8 +8 +15 +16

t-10th t-25th t-45th t-45th t-34th 61st

9/15/11 -- ODU Kisor Classic Cumberland Trail GC -- Pataskala, Ohio Par 72, 7100 yards -- 7 teams, 45 players Ohio Dominican 324 306 Connor Stookey 79 74 Gabriel Schumacher# 79 76 Kevin Hartoin 82 74 Gary Wright Jr.# 83 74 Eric Brown 80 79 Conor O'Hea# 83 77 Alex Nikias# 79 82 Kyle Burgess 83 79 Tyler Sebert 85 80 Ben Calvert# 87 81 Matt Culp# 90 81

630 153 155 156 157 159 160 161 162 165 168 171

+54 +9 +11 +12 +13 +15 +16 +17 +18 +21 +24 +27

2nd 5th 7th 8th 10th 12th t-13th t-15th t-18th t-25th t-30th t-34th

9/20/11 -- Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational River Greens GC -- West Lafayette, Ohio Par 72, 6478 yards -- 15 teams, 85 players Ohio Dominican 311 298 301 Eric Brown 77 76 74 Connor Stookey 77 72 78 Tyler Sebert 78 74 76 Alex Nikias# 77 75 81 Gary Wright Jr. 85 76 73 Gabriel Schumacher 79 80 80 9/26/11 -- NCAA Fall Midwest Regional Hawkshead GC -- Southaven, Mich. Par 72, 7003 yards -- 27 teams, 135 players Ohio Dominican 315 305 Connor Stookey 73 75 Kevin Hartoin 79 76 Gary Wright Jr. 79 80 Eric Brown 85 76 Kyle Burgess 84 78 10/3/11 -- GLIAC Championship Eagle Eye GC -- Bath, Mich. Par 72 -- 12 teams, 60 players Ohio Dominican 314 Kevin Hartoin 80 Connor Stookey 72 Gary Wright Jr. 79 Eric Brown 85 Tyler Sebert 83

314 76 79 79 81 80

10/9/11 -- Findlay Invitational Findlay CC -- Findlay, Ohio Par 72, 7155 yards -- 12 teams, 75 players Ohio Dominican 302 317 Kevin Hartoin 76 76 Conor O'Hea 73 83 Kyle Burgess 78 79 Connor Stookey 75 83 Gary Wright Jr. 83 79

620 148 155 159 161 162

321 70 86 87 80 85

619 152 156 157 158 162

910 227 227 228 233 234 239

+44 +4 +11 +15 +17 +18

949 226 237 245 246 248

+46 +11 +11 +12 +17 +18 +23

18th t-18th t-58th t-84th t-99th t-107th

+85 +10 +21 +29 +30 +32

+43 +8 +12 +13 +14 +18

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10th t-10th t-34th t-48th 50th 52nd

8th t-24th t-42nd t-45th t-48th t-58th

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Men’s All-Time Records YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 2010-11 2009-10* 2008-09 2007-08* 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04

66 - 57 - 4 67 - 53 - 2 57 - 26 - 2 79 - 34 58 - 25 - 1 63 - 34 - 1 41 - 59 - 4 23 - 63

0.535 0.557 0.682 0.699 0.696 0.647 0.413 0.267

All Time Record

454 - 351 - 14

0.563

*NAIA National Championship Appearance

TEAM RECORDS Low 18 Hole Round 283 9/22/2007

Wittenberg Fall Invitational Windy Knoll GC 288 9/7/2007 Kyle Ryman Memorial Mohawk CC 289 9/20/2010 Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational River Greens GC 290 9/23/2007 Wittenberg Fall Invitational Windy Knoll GC 291 3/24/2007 Shawnee State Invitational The Elks CC 291 10/6/2007 Auld Crafters Kisor Classic Cumberland Trail GC 291 9/12/2008 Auld Crafters Kisor Classic Cumberland Trail GC 291 9/21/2010 Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational River Greens GC Low 36 Hole Aggregate 573 9/22-23/2007 Wittenberg Fall Invitational Windy Knoll GC 590 10/5-6/2007 Auld Crafters Kisor Classic Cumberland Trail GC 591 3/23-24/2007 Shawnee State Invitational The Elks CC 592 9/7-8/2007 Kyle Ryman Memorial Mohawk CC 592 9/19-20/2008 Malone College Fall Classic Tannenhauf GC

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Low 54 Hole Aggregate 892 9/7-8/2007 Kyle Ryman Memorial Mohawk CC 892 4/24-25/2008 AMC/NAIA Region IX Championship Apple Valley GC 892 9/20-21/2010 Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational River Greens GC 907 4/27-28/2006 AMC/NAIA Region IX Championship Apple Valley GC 910 9/11-12/2009 ODU/Otterbein Kisor Classic Cumberland Trail GC 910 9/19-20-2011 Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational River Greens GC 915 5/3-4/2007 AMC/NAIA Region IX Championship Apple Valley GC Low Season Scoring Average 302.07 2007-08 304.65 2006-07 304.76 2008-09 306.82 2005-06 Highest Team Winning Percentage .699 (79-34) 2007-08 .696 (58-25-1) 2006-07 .682 (57-26-2) 2008-09 .647 (63-34-1) 2005-06

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Men’s All-Time Records INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Low 18 Hole Round Adam Arnett 64 Tyler Smith

65

Adam Arnett

68

Todd Suman

68

Danny Sorgini

68

Danny Sorgini

68

Gary Wright Jr.

68

Kevin Hartoin

2008 AMC/NAIA Region IX Championship (2nd Round) Apple Valley GC 2006 AMC Championship (1st Round) Apple Valley GC 2006 LWC Fall Invitational (2nd Round) Dale Hollow GC 2007 Shawnee State Invitational (1st Round) The Elks CC 2007 Kyle Ryman Memorial (2nd Round) Mohawk CC 2007 Wittenberg Invitational (1st Round) Windy Knoll GC 2010 Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational (2nd Round) River Greens GC

Low 36 Hole Aggregate Todd Suman 138 2007 Shawnee State Invitational The Elks CC Danny Sorgini 138 2008 Malone Fall Invitational Tannenhauf GC Danny Sorgini 141 2007 Kyle Ryman Memorial Mohawk CC Tyler Smith 142 2006 AMC/NAIA Region IX Championship Apple Valley GC Danny Sorgini 142 2007 Wittenberg Invitational Windy Knoll GC Danny Sorgini 142 2008 Wittenberg Invitational Windy Knoll GC Nick Trego 142 2007 Wittenberg Invitational Windy Knoll GC Nick Trego 142 2008 Wittenberg Invitational Windy Knoll GC Low 54 Hole Aggregate Danny Sorgini 215 2007 Kyle Ryman Memorial Mohawk CC Tyler Smith 217 2006 AMC/NAIA Region IX Championship Apple Valley GC Adam Arnett 217 2008 AMC/NAIA Region IX Championship Apple Valley GC

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218 2010 Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational River Greens GC Tyler Smith 220 2005 AMC/NAIA Region IX Championship Apple Valley GC Todd Suman 221 2005 AMC/NAIA Region IX Championship Apple Valley GC Adam Arnett 221 2007 AMC/NAIA Region IX Championship Apple Valley GC Tyler Sebert 221 2010 Atlantic Region Powerade Invitational River Greens GC Subpar Rounds - Season Adam Arnett 5 2007-08 Adam Arnett 3 2006-07 Todd Suman 3 2007-08 Danny Sorgini 3 2008-09 Kurtis Goff 3 2005-06 Kevin Hartoin 3 2010-11 Subpar Rounds - Career Adam Arnett 10 Todd Suman 6 Kevin Hartoin 6 Danny Sorgini 5 Kurtis Goff 4 Gary Wright, Jr. 3

2005-08 2004-08 20092007-09 2005-09 2008-

Season Scoring Average Danny Sorgini 74.24 Adam Arnett 74.70 Danny Sorgini 74.93 Adam Arnett 75.21 Adam Arnett 75.70

2008-09 2006-07 2007-08 2007-08 2005-06

Career Scoring Average (Min. 20 Rounds) Danny Sorgini 74.63 2007-09 Adam Arnett 75.20 2005-08 Tyler Smith 77.22 2003-06 Kevin Hartoin 77.41 2009Bryan Adkison 77.67 2005-09 Kurtis Goff 77.86 2005-09

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Men’s All-Time Records Rounds Played Todd Suman Kurtis Goff Bryan Adkison Brandon Schilling Adam Arnett

94 81 75 75 69

2004-08 2005-09 2005-09 2003-07 2005-08

Most Top Five Finishes Danny Sorgini 13 Adam Arnett 12 Todd Suman 8 Kurtis Goff 8 Nick Trego 8

2007-09 2005-08 2004-08 2005-09 2007-10

Most Top Ten Finishes Adam Arnett 19 Danny Sorgini 19 Kurtis Goff 13 Nick Trego 13 Bryan Adkison 12 Tyler Smith 12

2005-08 2007-09 2005-09 2007-10 2005-09 2003-06

Most Top Twenty Finishes Adam Arnett 29 Kurtis Goff 23 Todd Suman 23 Bryan Adkison 22 Danny Sorgini 20 Nick Trego 20

2005-08 2005-09 2004-08 2005-09 2007-09 2007-10

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Men’s All-Time Records CHAMPIONSHIPS Team Championships ODU Kisor Classic MVNU Cougar Classic NAIA Qualifier/KIAC Independent MVNU Cougar Classic Bluegrass Fall Classic Auld Crafters Kisor Classic Capital Purple & White Invite Auld Crafters Kisor Classic Wittenberg Invitational Shawnee State Invitational Shawnee State Invitational Kenyon Cup ODU Match Play Invitational

9/16-17/2010 4/5-6/2010 4/29/-30/2010 4/7/2009 10/21-22/08 9/12-13/2008 4/4-5/2008 10/4-5/2007 9/22-23/2007 3/23-24/2007 3/26-27/2006 4/1-2/2006 4/29-30/2005

605 (307-298) 616 (298-318) 955 (324-300-331) 321 605 (307-298) 597 (291-306) 616 (309-307) 590 (299-291) 573 (283-290) 591 (300-291) 594 (295-299) 602 (306-296)

Individual Championships Greg Elber Wittenberg Fall Invitational, 10/12-13/09 Nick Trego NAIA National Qualifier, 4/29-30/10 Nick Trego MVNU Cougar Classic, 4/5-6/10 Kevin Hartoin MVNU Cougar Classic, 4/5-6/10 Kurtis Goff MVNU Cougar Classic, 4/7/09 Danny Sorgini Auld Crafters Kisor Classic, 9/12-13/08 Kurtis Goff Auld Crafters Kisor Classic, 9/12-13/08 Todd Suman Defiance Spring Invite, Spring 2008 Todd Suman Auld Crafters Kisor Classic, 10/5-6/07 Danny Sorgini Kyle Ryman Memorial, 9/7-8-07 Todd Suman Shawnee State Invitational, 3/23-24/07 Adam Arnett Auld Crafters Kisor Classic, 9/29-30/06 Tyler Smith Cedarville Invitational, 4/17-18/06 Tyler Smith Kenyon Cup, 4/1-2/06 Todd Suman Shawnee State Invitational, 3/26-27/06

Cumberland Trail GC Chapel Hill GC Jefferson CC Chapel Hill GC Cherry Blossom GC Cumberland Trail GC Foxfire GC, The Players Club Cumberland Trail GC Windy Knoll GC Elk’s Country Club Elk’s Country Club Apple Valley GC Cumberland Trail GC

147 (74-73) 232 (80-72-80) 149 (74-75) 149 (71-78) 76 147 (74-73) 147 (73-74) 74 147 (69-78) 215 (73-68-74) 138 (68-70) 148 (76-72) 153 (80-73) 147 (75-72) 147 (73-74)

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Windy Knoll GC Jefferson CC Chapel Hill GC Chapel Hill GC Chapel Hill GC Cumberland Trail GC Cumberland Trail GC Kettenring CC Mohawk Golf & CC Elk’s Country Club Cumberland Trail GC Beavercreek CC, CC of the North Apple Valley GC Elk’s Country Club

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Men’s Honors and Awards INDIVIDUAL HONORS AND AWARDS NAIA All-American Third Team 2009 Danny Sorgini 2008 Danny Sorgini Honorable Mention 2007 Adam Arnett

AMC Scholar Athlete 2009 Bryan Adkison David Cook Danny Sorgini Nick Trego 2008 Adam Arnett Matt Hawthorne Todd Suman David Cook Danny Sorgini Bryan Adkison 2007 Adam Arnett Matt Hawthorne Brandon Schilling Todd Suman

Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete 2010 Craig Inscho Nick Trego Josh Wolfe 2009 Bryan Adkison David Cook Danny Sorgini Nick Trego 2008 Adam Arnett Matt Hawthorne Todd Suman David Cook Danny Sorgini Bryan Adkison 2007 Adam Arnett Matt Hawthorne Brandon Schilling Todd Suman

ODU Player of the Year 2011 Tyler Sebert 2010 Kevin Hartoin/Nick Trego 2009 Danny Sorgini 2008 Danny Sorgini 2007 Adam Arnett 2006 Adam Arnett/Tyler Smith 2005 Tyler Smith 2004 Tyler Smith

GCAA All-Region 2010 Kevin Hartoin 2009 Danny Sorgini 2008 Adam Arnett Danny Sorgini 2007 Adam Arnett 2006 Adam Arnett Tyler Smith 2005 Tyler Smith

ODU Tee to Green Award 2011 Tyler Sebert 2010 Kevin Hartoin 2009 Gary Wright Jr. 2008 Bryan Adkison 2007 Todd Suman 2006 Adam Arnett

GCAA All America Scholar 2010 Nick Trego 2009 Bryan Adkison Danny Sorgini Nick Trego

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2011-12 Women’s Season Preview The Ohio Dominican women’s golf team made quite an impression in its first season as a GLIAC member with five top-4 performances a year ago, including a pair of runner-up finishes, but the second year at the Division II level is proving to be slightly more arduous. The Panthers are off to an up-and-down start in the 2011-12 season with an average finishing position of sixth out of 12 through four fall tournaments. Despite the so-called “sophomore slump,” the women captured the program’s fourth team championship when they topped the rain-shortened Lake Erie/Qdoba Mexican Grille Invitational in October at the Madison CC with a day one total of 354. The Panthers also shot the first and third lowest 18-hole totals and second and third lowest 36-hole aggregate scores in school history at the Screaming Eagles Fall Classic and Ferris State Bulldog Invitational. Playing in just her second collegiate tournament, Kelsey Auditore (Dayton, OH) became just the program’s third golfer and first freshman to take home individual medalist honors as she battled the elements to an eight-over par 82 (43-39) at the Lake Erie Invite. In three fall rounds, Auditore compiled the team’s fourth-best scoring average of 86.67 and collected Ohio Dominican’s first GLIAC Golfer of the Week honors following her effort in Madison. Off to the best start of her career, senior Sarah Vonderembsee (Lima, OH) paced the Panthers with an 83.00 average over the four events, highlighted by a program low 18-hole tying 76 in the second round of the Screaming Eagles Fall Classic, resulting in a tie for 10th. She followed that up a week later with a 77 in the first day at Ferris State’s Katke GC. With the team low rounds of the fall, Vonderembse currently owns four of the six lowest single-round scores in the ODU record book. Freshman Danielle Misencik (Concord, OH) was second in scoring with an 84.86 per round average in seven rounds and claimed runner-up honors at Lake Erie, three shots shy of classmate Auditore. Senior Kelsey Brock (Zanesville, OH), the program’s all-time leader in rounds played (56) and top20 finishes (21), shot an 85.2 average over three events and recorded her fifth top-5 finish of her career with a fifth-place tie at Lake Erie.

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the second lowest After posting scoring average ever by a Panther last season with an 85.19, sophomore Ashley Swartz (Lima, OH) rounded out the team’s top-5 scorers in the fall with an 87.2 average over five rounds of action. The women’s spring campaign gets underway at the twoday Harmony Match Play Challenge, hosted by ODU at the Harmony Golf Preserve in Harmony, Florida, beginning Thursday, March 15. Following the Spring Break trek, the Panthers head to Owenton, Kentucky for the Northern Kentucky Spring Fling on March 24-25 at the Perry Park Golf Resort. Three GLIAC tournaments follow, beginning with ODU’s Give 18 Fore Classic at Cumberland Trail GC in Pataskala from March 31 to April 1. The Panthers will also take part in the Tiffin Spring Invitational on April 15-16 at Mohawk CC and then close the season with the GLIAC Championship, hosted by Northwood on April 23-24 at the Midland CC in Midland, Michigan.

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Kelsey Brock

Karalyn Newman

Senior John Glenn H.S. • Zanesville, Ohio Born 10/13/89 Middle Childhood Education Major

Senior* Kenton Ridge H.S. • Springfield, Ohio Born 11/19/89 Biology Major

Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 3 1 1 1 16 1 3 5 18 2 2 7 17 1 2 8 55 5 8 21

Avg. 85.20 86.69 88.56 94.18 89.4

Low Best Finish 84 T5 Lake Erie 81 5 Lake Erie 81 4 NAIA Qualifier 82 T3 ODU 81

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Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 7 --1 12 -1 4 18 --3 15 1 1 5 52 1 2 13

Avg. 91.43 87.92 91.61 96.07 92.00

Low Best Finish 80 18 Lake Erie 79 10 Ohio Wesleyan 83 T9 NAIA Qualifier 79 2 Capital 79

Awards/Honors - 2010 All-Conference (NAIA Unaffiliated), 2009 First Team All-AMC, Seven academic excellence awards

Awards/Honors - 2010-11 NGCA All-America Scholar, 2010 Top-10 NAIA National Qualifier, Seven academic excellence awards

Fall 2011: Shot 85.20 average in five rounds this past fall…Tied for fifth at Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational in October. 2010-11: Recorded best season of career with 86.69 scoring average, playing in all eight events for the Panthers…Twice matched career low round of 81 at both the Give 18 Fore Cancer Classic and Otterbein Cardinal Classic…Had five top-20 finishes, including three top-10 finishes and fifth place showing at the Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational. 2009-10: Played in nine events…Posted season scoring average of 88.56 in 18 rounds…Shot career best 81 in second round of NAIA National Qualifier in Tennessee…Finished fourth in same event shooting two-round total of 167 to earn NAIA Unaffiliated All-Conference recognition. 2008-09: Played in 10 events in first season at Ohio Dominican…Posted season scoring average of 94.18 in 17 rounds…Finished tied for third at Auld Crafters Kisor Classic…Shot low round of 82 in same tournament…Selected to All-AMC Second Team. High School: Graduate of John Glenn High School in Zanesville, Ohio… Named to Ohio Eastern District First Team and Muskingum Valley League Champion as a senior…Recipient of the Roger Bates Dedication to Sport award in 2007-08.

*Graduated in December 2011 Fall 2011: Competed in all four events in fall…Tallied 91.43 average over seven rounds…Finished 18th at Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational. 2010-11: Played in six events and 12 rounds for ODU, finishing with an 87.92 overall scoring average…Matched career low round of 79 in first round of Otterbein Cardinal Classic…Earned four top-20 finishes, including top-10 finish at the OMNI Financial Intercollegiate Invitational in Savannah, Georgia...Selected to National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) Division II All-America Scholar Team. 2009-10: Recorded 91.61 scoring average in 18 rounds…Shot single round low of 83 at both Bethel Invitational and Auld Crafters Kisor Classic…Carded best finish at the NAIA National Qualifier tying for ninth. 2008-09: Played in nine tournaments in rookie season…Posted season scoring average of 96.07 in 15 rounds…Shot career low round of 79 at Capital Purple & White Invite, finishing second overall. High School: Attended Kenton Ridge High School in Springfield…Named to all-conference and all-county Teams her final three years…Two-time team MVP and winner of Wendy’s Junior Bellefontaine Classic.

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Sarah Vonderembse

Senior Garaway H.S. • Sugarcreek, Ohio Born 3/27/90 Social Work Major

Senior Lima Central Catholic H.S. • Lima, Ohio Born 8/20/89 Accounting Major

Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 3 --1 14 -1 3 18 -1 2 17 3 5 8 52 3 7 14

Avg. 93.0 90.14 95.22 91.35 92.5

Low Best Finish 86 17 Lake Erie 79 8 Lake Erie 82 T6 NAIA Qualifier 83 T2 AMC 79

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Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 7 -2 2 14 1 2 3 14 -2 7 15 1 3 7 50 2 9

Avg. 83.00 86.00 88.71 91.47 19

Low Best Finish 76 T7 Lake Erie 78 3 Lake Erie 80 8 Tenn Wesleyan 83 4 Georgetown 88.0 76

Awards/Honors - 2010 Top 10 NAIA National Qualifier, 2009 First Team All-AMC, Seven academic excellence awards.

Awards/Honors - 2010-11 NGCA All-America Scholar, 2009 Second Team All-AMC, Seven academic excellence awards

Fall 2011: Averaged 93.0 over three rounds this fall with low round of 86 on day two of Ferris State Fall Invitational. 2010-11: Recorded 90.14 scoring average in 14 rounds of competition… Shot career low 79, including first collegiate eagle, for top-25 finish at BingBeall Fall Classic…Also had top-10 finish at Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational. 2009-10: Tallied 95.22 scoring average over nine events…Shot low round of 82 at NAIA National Qualifier, earning sixth place tie and best finish of the season. 2008-09: Played in 10 events in freshman campaign…Posted team best 91.35 scoring average in 17 rounds…Finished tied for second at AMC Championships…Shot a single round best of 83 at the Auld Crafters Kisor Classic…Had three top five and five top-10 finishes, the most by any freshman in school history…Selected to the All-AMC First Team. High School: Attended Garaway High School in Sugarcreek… Two-time Inter-Valley Conference Player of the Year and three-time IVC First Team selection…Two-time First Team Tri-County honoree

Fall 2011: Compiled 83.00 scoring average in all four events this fall… Matched school record low round with 76 on second day of Screaming Eagles Fall Classic…Posted second lowest 36-hole aggregate score at same event (158)…Collected seventh place finish at Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational. 2010-11: Recorded team best 83.38 scoring average in the fall and finished with second best overall scoring average of 86.00 over seven events… Shot low 78 at both Lake Superior State Invitational and Qdoba-Lake Erie Invitational to earn two top-20 finishes, including career best third place at Lake Erie invite…Earned National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) Division II All-America Scholar Team honors. 2009-10: Competed in 14 rounds compiling 88.71 scoring average… Carded low round of 80 in first day of Lady Dragon Invitational…Best finish came at Tennessee Wesleyan Spring Invitational (8th). 2008-09: Played in all nine events for ODU in freshman season…Posted season scoring average of 91.47 in 15 rounds…Placed fourth overall at Bluegrass Fall Classic…Shot season low round of 83 at the Pat Clouse Invitational in Springfield…Earned All-AMC Second Team honors after 10th place finish at conference championships. High School: Graduate of Lima Central Catholic High School…Two-time Player of the Year in Lima Junior Golf Association…Also nominated for Sportsmanship Award in 2006 and 2007.

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Women’s Player Profiles Amanda Costanzo

Kelsey Auditore

Sophomore Walsh Jesuit H.S. • Silver Lake, Ohio Born 7/5/91 Accounting Major

Freshman Alter H.S. • Dayton, Ohio Born 3/15/93 Biology Major

Tourn. Rounds Average Low Best Finish Fall 2010 4 8 85.88 79 6 Lake Erie 2009 – 10 9 18 86.39 81 3 Walsh Career: 13 26 86.23 79 Awards/Honors - 2010 ODU Player of the Year, 2010 All-Conference (NAIA Unaffiliated) Fall 2010: Competed in all four events, carding career best round of 79 at the Screaming Eagles Invitational…Had two top-15 finishes, including a sixth place finish at the Lake Erie Invitational. 2009-10: Recorded an 86.39 scoring average in 18 rounds of competition as a freshman…Carded her single round low of 81 at both the Walsh Invitational and Tennessee Wesleyan Invitational…Finished third at the Walsh Invite, shooting a two-day total of 163 (82-81)…2010 ODU Player of the Year Award winner. High School: Attended Walsh Jesuit High School in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio… Three-time state tournament qualifier...Helped lead Walsh Jesuit to team state championship as a junior and state runner-up as a senior.

Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Low Fall ‘11 2 3 1 1 1 86.70 82 Career 2 3 1 1 1 86.70 82

Best Finish 1 Lake Erie

Awards/Honors - Awards/Honors- 2011 Lake Erie College/Qdoba Mexican Grill Fall Invitational medalist, GLIAC Golfer of the Week (Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 2011)

Fall 2011: Won rain-shortened Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational with eight-over par 82 (43-39) to become just third player in school history and first freshman to take home individual medalist honors…Earned GLIAC Golfer of the Week honors following tournament victory…Finished fall with 86.70 average through three rounds. High School: Graduate of Alter High School…Four-year letterwinner for Knights…As a senior, selected team MVP and nominated for Rae Burick Women in Sports Award as one of top high school female student-athletes in Montgomery, Darke, Clark, Greene, Miami, Warren and Preble counties. Also, posted low 18-hole average in West Central Ohio Girls Golf Coaches Association (WCOGGCA), earning First Team All-Greater Girls Catholic League (GGCL) for second time and All-WCOGGCA recognition for a third time.

Ashley Swartz Sophomore Lima Bath H.S. • Lima, Ohio Born 9/27/91 Middle School Education Major Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Fall ‘11 3 5 --1 87.20 2010-11 8 16 -2 5 85.19 Career 11 21 -2 6 85.7

Low 84 82 82

Best Finish 11 Lake Erie 7 LEC, Otterbein

Awards/Honors - 2011 ODU Player of the Year, Three academic excellence awards

Fall 2011: Carded 87.20 average in five fall rounds…Low finish of 11th came at Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational. 2010-11: Carded team low scoring average of 85.19 in eight events in first year…Posted low round of 82 on five occasions…Tied ODU freshman record of top-20 finishes with five, including pair of seventh place finishes at Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational and Otterbein Cardinal Classic…Earned ODU Player of the Year honors. High School: Attended Lima Bath High School…Twice selected Second Team All-Northwest Ohio…Posted scoring average of 82 her senior year with low round of 72…Named Lima Junior Golf Association Player of the Year.

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Women’s Player Profiles

Fall ‘11 Career

Lauren Kyre

Danielle Misencik

Freshman Pickerington North H.S. • Pickerington, Ohio Born 6/21/92 Psychology Major

Freshman Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin H.S. • Concord, Ohio Born 11/22/92 Accounting Major

Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Low Best Finish 3 6 ---87.70 81 T31 Ferris State 3 6 ---87.70 81

Fall ‘11 Career

Tourn. Rounds Top 5 Top 10 Top 20 Avg. Low 4 7 1 1 1 84.90 81 4 7 1 1 1 84.90 81

Best Finish 2 Lake Erie

Awards/Honors - One Academic Excellence Award

Fall 2011: Finished first fall season with 87.70 scoring average…Carded tie for 31st at Ferris State Fall Invitational with two-day score of 165 (81-84). High School: Attended Pickerington North High School…Garnered First Team All-Ohio Capital Conference (OCC) and honorable mention all-district recognition as a senior... Voted Top 50 Junior Tour Player of the Year as just a sophomore…Two-time Coaches Award recipient in 2010 and 2011…Carded career-low 78 in final round of district tournament at Bent Tree Golf Club, just her second round after suffering a concussion.

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Fall 2011: Competed in all four fall events and posted scoring average of 84.90… Runner-up at Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational…Carded low 18-hole score of 81 in round two of Bing-Beall Fall Classic. High School: Graduate of Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin High School…Fouryear letterwinner, two-time First Team All-North Coast League selection and team captain as a senior…Helped lead Lions to 19-stroke victory in 2009 Division II State Golf Championship…Also National Honor Society member and recipient of Ohio High School Athletic Association academic award.

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Fall 2011 Women’s Team/Combined Statistics

Team Tournament Scores Tournament

Dates

Rounds

Screaming Eagles Fall Classic

9/19/11

2

Ferris State Fall Invitational

9/25/11

Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational Bing Beall Fall Classic

Place

Teams

+/-

Score

W-L

7

18

+97

673

11-6

2

6

9

+90

666

3-5

10/2/11

1

1

4

+58

354

3-0

10/10/11

2

9

15

+110

686

6-8

Combined Statistics Low Tour.

Low

Par/-

#

36

18

Rnd

Rnds

Evt

5

10

20

Par Avg

Sarah Vonderembse 7

158

89

76

-

4

-

2

2

+11

83.0

50

4399

88.0

Danielle Misencik 7

167

85

81

-

4

1

1

1

+13

84.9

7

594

84.9

Kelsey Brock

5

169

87

84

-

3

1

1

1

+13

85.2

56

5008

89.4

Kelsey Auditore

3

178

82

82

-

2

1

1

1

+14

86.7

3

260

86.7

Ashley Swartz

5

169

93

84

-

3

-

-

1

+15

87.2

21

1799

85.7

Lauren Kyre

6

165

-

81

-

3

-

-

-

+16

87.7

6

525

87.7

Amanda Costanzo 5

168

99

83

-

3

-

-

1

+16

88.4

39

3392

87.0

Karalyn Newman

7

171

101

80

-

4

-

-

1

+19

91.4

52

4785

92.0

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179

100

86

-

2

-

-

1

+20

93.0

52

4808

92.5

FOUR-PLAYER TEAM

656 354

327

-

4

3

5

9

+51

339.9

Player

Rounds

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Fall 2011 Women’s Individual Results Kelsey Auditore Tournament

Dates

Ferris State Fall Invitational Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational SEASON TOTALS

9/25/11 10/2/11

Rounds Scores

2 1 3

89-89=178 82 260 Avg. 86.7

Par

Rank

+34 +8 +14

46th/61 1st/26 -

Kelsey Brock Tournament

Dates

Screaming Eagles Fall Classic Ferris State Fall Invitational Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational SEASON TOTALS

9/19/11 9/25/11 10/2/11

Rounds Scores

2 2 1 5

85-84=169 84-86=170 87 426 Avg. 85.2

Par

Rank

+25 +26 +13 +13

37th/94 t 36th/61 t 5th/26 -

Amanda Costanzo Tournament

Dates

Ferris State Fall Invitational Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational Bing Beall Fall Classic SEASON TOTALS

9/25/11 10/2/11 10/10/11

Rounds Scores

2 1 2 5

83-85=168 99 86-89=175 442 Avg. 88.4

Par

Rank

+24 +25 +31 +16

t 33rd/61 16th/26 t 56th/88 -

Lauren Kyre Tournament

Dates

Screaming Eagles Fall Classic Ferris State Fall Invitational Bing Beall Fall Classic SEASON TOTALS

9/19/11 9/25/11 10/10/11

Rounds Scores

2 2 2 6

93-85=178 81-84=165 95-88=183 526 Avg. 87.7

Par

Rank

+34 +21 +39 +16

t 58th/94 t 31st/61 t 64th/88 -

Danielle Misencik Tournament

Dates

Screaming Eagles Fall Classic Ferris State Fall Invitational Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational Bing Beall Fall Classic SEASON TOTALS

9/19/11 9/25/11 10/2/11 10/10/11

Rounds Scores

2 2 1 2 7

86-82=168 84-90=174 85 86-81=167 594 Avg. 84.9

Par

Rank

+24 +30 +11 +23 +13

t 32nd/94 t 39th/61 2nd/26 t 34th/88 -

Karalyn Newman Tournament

Dates

Screaming Eagles Fall Classic Ferris State Fall Invitational Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational Bing Beall Fall Classic SEASON TOTALS

9/19/11 9/25/11 10/2/11 10/10/11

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Rounds Scores

2 2 1 2 7

101-85=186 91-80=171 101 89-93=182 640 Avg. 91.4

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Rank

+42 +27 +27 +38 +19

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Fall 2011 Women’s Individual Results Alexandria Numbers Tournament

Dates

Ferris State Fall Invitational Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational SEASON TOTALS

9/25/11 10/2/11

Rounds Scores

2 1 3

93-86=179 100 279 Avg. 93.0

Par

Rank

+35 +26 +20

t 47th/61 17th/26 -

Ashley Swartz Tournament

Dates

Ferris State Fall Invitational Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational Bing Beall Fall Classic SEASON TOTALS

9/25/11 10/2/11 10/10/11

Rounds Scores

2 1 2 5

85-84=169 93 88-86=174 436 Avg. 87.2

Par

Rank

+25 +19 +30 +15

35th/61 11th/26 t 50th/88 -

Sarah Vonderembse Tournament

Dates

Screaming Eagles Fall Classic Ferris State Fall Invitational Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational Bing Beall Fall Classic SEASON TOTALS

9/19/11 9/25/11 10/2/11 10/10/11

Rounds Scores

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82-76=158 77-83=160 89 82-92=174 581 Avg. 83.0

Par

Rank

+14 +16 +15 +30 +11

t 10th/94 t 22nd/61 t 7th/26 t 50th/88 -

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Fall 2011 Women’s Team Results 9/19/11 -- Screaming Eagles Fall Classic Cambridge GC -- Evansville, Ind. Par 72, 5862 yards -- 18 teams, 94 players Ohio Dominican 346 327 Sarah Vonderembse 82 76 Danielle Misencik 86 82 Kelsey Brock 85 84 Lauren Kyre 93 85 Karalyn Newman 101 85

673 158 168 169 178 186

+97 +14 +24 +25 +34 +42

7th t-10th t-32nd 37th t-58th 80th

9/25/11 -- Ferris State Fall Invitational Katke GC -- Big Rapids, Mich. Par 72, 5823 yards -- 9 teams, 61 players Ohio Dominican 328 338 Sarah Vonderembse 77 83 Lauren Kyre# 81 84 Amanda Costanzo 83 85 Ashley Swartz 85 84 Kelsey Brock 84 86 Karalyn Newman# 91 80 Danielle Misencik 84 90 Kelsey Auditore# 89 89 Alexandria Numbers# 93 86

666 160 165 168 169 170 171 174 178 179

+90 +16 +21 +24 +25 +26 +27 +30 +34 +35

6th t-22nd t-31st t-33rd 35th t-36th 38th t-39th 46th t-47th

10/2/11 -- Lake Erie/Qdoba Invitational Madison CC -- Madison, Ohio Par 74, 5428 yards -- 4 teams, 26 players Ohio Dominican 354 +58 Kelsey Auditore# 82 +8 Danielle Misencik 85 +11 Kelsey Brock 87 +13 Sarah Vonderembse 89 +15 Ashley Swartz 93 +19 Amanda Costanzo 99 +25 Alexandria Numbers# 100 +26 Karalyn Newman# 101 +27 10/10/11 -- Bing Beall Fall Classic Findlay CC -- Findlay, Ohio Par 72, 5971 yards -- 15 teams, 88 players Ohio Dominican 342 344 Danielle Misencik 86 81 Ashley Swartz 88 86 Sarah Vonderembse 82 92 Amanda Costanzo 86 89 Karalyn Newman# 89 93 Lauren Kyre 95 88

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1st 1st 2nd t-5th t-7th 11th 16th 17th 18th

686 167 174 174 175 182 183

+110 +23 +30 +30 +31 +38 +39

9th t-34th t-50th t-50th t-56th 63rd t-64th

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Women’s All-Time Records Year by Year Results 2010 - 11 2009 - 10 2008 - 09 2007 - 08 2006 - 07 2005 - 06 2004 - 05 All-Time Record

31 - 44 49 - 27 48 - 21 - 1 32 - 27 37 - 34 - 1 4 - 44 - 0 7 - 27 - 0

0.413 0.644 0.693 0.542 0.521 0.083 0.206

208 - 224 - 2 0.482

TEAM RECORDS Low 18 Hole Round 327 9/18/2011 327 10/9/2010 328 9/24/2011 333 10/8/2010 335 4/27/2010 336 9/26/2010 337 9/26/2009 337 10/3/2008

Screaming Eagles Fall Classic Bing-Beall Fall Classic Ferris State Bulldog Invitational Bing-Beall Fall Classic NAIA Qualifier/Unaffiliated Group 5 Qdoba/Lake Erie Invitational Bethel Pilot Invitational Auld Crafters Kisor Classic

Cambridge GC Sycamore Springs GC Katke GC Sycamore Springs GC Hearthhurst Brae GC Madison CC Blackthorn GC Cumberland Trail GC

Low 36 Hole Aggregate 660 10/8-9/2010 666 9/24-24/2011 673 9/17-18/2011 677 9/25-26/2009 679 4/26-27/2010 680 10/3-4/2008

Bing-Beall Fall Classic Ferris State Bulldog Invitational Screaming Eagles Fall Classic Bethel Pilot Invitational NAIA Qualifier/Unaffiliated Group 5 Auld Crafters Kisor Classic

Sycamore Springs GC Katke GC Cambridge GC Blackthorn GC Hearthhurst Brae GC Cumberland Trail GC

Low Season Scoring Average 354.28 370.06 371.69 383.43

2009-10 2008-09 2006-07 2007-08

Highest Team Winning Percentage .693 (48-21-1) 2008-09 .644 (49-27) 2009-10 .542 (32-27) 2007-08 .521 (37-34-1) 2006-07

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Women’s All-Time Records

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Low 18 Hole Round Sara Duke Sarah Vonderembse Sarah Vonderembse Bethany Eib Sarah Vonderembse Sarah Vonderembse Sara Duke Karalyn Newman Amanda Costanzo Alexandria Numbers Karalyn Newman

76 76 77 78 78 78 79 79 79 79 79

2007 Auld Crafters Kisor Classic (2nd Round) 2011 Screaming Eagles Fall Classic (2nd Round) 2011 Ferris State Bulldog Invitational (1st Round) 2008 Capital Fall Invitational 2010 Qdoba/Lake Erie Invitational (1st Round) 2010 Lake Superior State Invitational (1st Round) 2007 Auld Crafters Kisor Classic (1st Round) 2008 Capital Fall Invitational 2010 Screaming Eagles Fall Classic (1st Round) 2010 Bing-Beall Fall Classic (2nd Round) 2011 Otterbein Cardinal Classic (1st Round)

Cumberland Trail GC Cambridge GC Katke GC Westchester GC Madison CC The Oaks at Kincheloe Cumberland Trail GC Westchester GC Cambridge GC Sycamore Springs GC Little Turtle CC

2007 Auld Crafters Kisor Classic 2011 Screaming Eagles Fall Classic 2011 Ferris State Bulldog Invitational 2010 Qdoba/Lake Erie Invitational 2010 Bing-Beall Fall Classic 2009 Walsh Fall Classic 2010 Screaming Eagles Fall Classic

Cumberland Trail GC Cambridge GC Katke GC Madison CC Sycamore Springs GC The Sanctuary Golf Club Cambridge GC

Low 36 Hole Aggregate Sara Duke Sarah Vonderembse Sarah Vonderembse Sarah Vonderembse Alexandria Numbers Amanda Costanzo Amanda Costanzo

155 158 160 161 162 163 163

Season Scoring Average (Min. 5 Rounds)

Rounds Played

Sara Duke Ashley Swartz Sarah Vonderembse Amanda Costanzo Kelsey Brock

Kelsey Brock Sarah Vonderembse Alexandria Numbers Karalyn Newman Andreina Festi Jackie Witham

84.8 85.19 86.0 86.39 86.69

2007-08 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11

Career Scoring Average (Min. 20 Rounds) Ashley Swartz Amanda Costanzo Sarah Vonderembse Kelsey Brock Karalyn Newman Alexandria Numbers

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85.66 86.97 88.98 89.43 92.06 92.46

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Most Top Twenty Finishes Kelsey Brock Sarah Vonderembse Alex Numbers Karalyn Newman Amanda Costanzo Jackie Witham Megan Horan Sara Duke

21 19 14 12 12 13 11 10

2008200820082008-11 20092004-08 2006-09 2006-08

10 9 8 7 7 6 4 4

2006-08 200820082005-09 20082006-07 2006-09 2009-

8 5 3 3 3

2006-08 20082005-09 2006-07 2008-

Most Top Ten Finishes Sara Duke Sarah Vonderembse Kelsey Brock Bethany Eib Alex Numbers Sara Simnitch Megan Horan Amanda Costanzo

Most Top Five Finishes Sara Duke Kelsey Brock Bethany Eib Sara Simnitch Alexandria Numbers

Kelsey Brock (2008-12)

CHAMPIONSHIPS Team Championships Lake Erie/Qdoba Fall Invitational Blue Knights Fall Classic Ohio Cup* Kisor Classic Memorial *5-team match play

10/10/2011 9/22/2009 4/23/2009 9/29-30/2006

354 374

Madison CC Urbana CC Sanctuary GC 718 (350-368) Cumberland Trail GC

Individual Championships Kelsey Auditore Lake Erie/Qdoba Fall Invitational, 10/2/2011 Bethany Eib Capital Fall Invitational, 9/27/2008 Sara Simnitch Siena Heights Invitational, 10/7/2006

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Women’s Honors and Awards

INDIVIDUAL HONORS AND AWARDS Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference GLIAC Golfer of the Week Kelsey Auditore Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 2011

American Mideast Conference All-AMC First Team 2009 2008 2007

Kelsey Brock Sarah Vonderembse Sara Simnitch

AMC Scholar Athlete 2009 2008 2008 2007

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Ashley Swartz Amanda Costanzo Alexandria Numbers Megan Horan Sara Simnitch Bethany Eib Lauren Stahler Yuka Pearl

ODU Tee to Green Award 2011 Ashley Swartz 2010 Kelsey Brock 2009 Kelsey Brock 2008 Megan Horan 2007 Jackie Witham 2006 N/A 2005 Yuka Pearl 2005 Yuka Pearl

Alexandria Numbers Bethany Eib Sara Duke

Second Team 2009 2009 2007

ODU Player of the Year

Megan Horan Jackie Witham Megan Horan Jackie Witham

NGCA All-American Scholar Team 2010-11 2010-11

Sarah Vonderembse Karalyn Newman

Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete 2009 2008 2008 2007

Megan Horan Jackie Witham Megan Horan Jackie Witham

Region IX Leroy Walker Champions of Character Award 2004

Yuka Pearl

Jackie Witham (2004-08)

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All-Time Rosters MEN A Bryan Troy Adam B Michael Nick Nick Nicholas Alex Eric Kyle C Ben Jeremy David Matt D Chris E Greg G Kurtis H Blake Kevin Matt I Craig J Chris M Jonathan N Alex O Conor

Adkison Apparicio Arnett

2005-09 2005-09 2005-08

Banaski Blazer Boyden Brehm Brinkman Brown Burgess

2005-06 2004-05 2006-07 2004-05 2008-10 20112011-

Calvert Church Cook Culp

20082005-06 2005-09 2009-

Dewitt

2003-04

Elber Goff

2008-10 2005-09

Harpenau 2011Hartoin 2009Hawthorne 2004-08 Inscho

2006-10

Jozwiak

2003-05

Marvin

2003-05

Nikias

2010-

O’Hea

2011-

P Jon Terry Alonso R Nick S Brandon Gabriel

Alan Tyler Marshall Tyler Danny Connor Todd T Chris Nick V Jeff W Josh Gary Y Nate

Palmer Paul Pedrero

2004-08 2003-05 2003-07

Reardon

2011-

Schilling

2003-07 Schumacher 2010Scudds 2003-04 Sebert 2009Shubert 2004-05 Smith 2003-06 Sorgini 2007-09 Stookey 2011Suman 2004-08 Tomlin Trego

2004-05 2007-10

Vent

2003-04

Wolfe 2007-11 Wright, Jr. 2008Young

2010-11

WOMEN A Katie Allen Kelsey Auditore B Kelsey Brock C Christina Castro Amanda Costanzo D Sara Duke

2010-11 2011-

E Bethany Eib F Andreina Festi H Megan Horan K Lauren Kyre L Keisha Lloyd M Mallory Maier Danielle Misencik N Karalyn Newman Alexandria Numbers P Yuka Pearl Alexandria Phillips R Ashley Rees S Sara Simnitch Lauren Stahler Ashley Swartz V Sarah Vonderembse W Lindsey Weed Jackie Witham

2005-09 2004-08 2006-09 20112009-10 2006-07 20112008-11 20082003-05 2008-10 2004-06 2006-07 2004-05 201020082004-08 2004-08

Current Golfers in Bold

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University Information Quick Facts Church Affiliation: Roman Catholic. Founded by the Congregation of Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs (now Dominican Sisters of Peace). Motto: “To contemplate truth and to share with others the fruits of this contemplation.”

Led by a talented faculty dedicated to excellence in teaching and committed to helping students learn, ODU’s student engagement model focuses on serving the whole student through personal attention and assistance in collaboration with the institution’s Division of Student Development. Ohio Dominican is fully accredited and offers academic programs at the baccalaureate and masters degree levels through five divisions: Arts and Letters; Social and Behavioral Sciences; Mathematics, Computer and Natural Sciences; Business; and Education.

The University is significantly expanding the level of on-campus Campuses: Main Campus on Sunbury Road and Airport Drive, Tuttle student extracurricular activities and improving residential life. At the Crossing (Adult degree programs offered at all campuses). same time, Ohio Dominican has expanded its extracurricular offerings, providing a greater number of on-campus activities for both Undergraduate: Undergraduate degrees in more than 50 majors. residential and commuter students. A central focus has been the addition of a new Student Center and expansion of athletic programs, Degrees: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science. which attract student athletes and non-athletes alike, and foster alumni participation. Master’s Degrees: Master of Arts in Theology, Master of Business Administration*^; Master of Education; Master of Arts in Liberal Studies*; Master of Arts in TESOL; other degrees in development. * Available in a 4+1 format. ^Courses available online. Undergraduate Costs: Tuition & Fees - $25,280 per year. Room and Board - $8,322 (based on room type)

University Overview Ohio Dominican University is an accredited four-year liberal arts institution, founded in 1911 in the Catholic and Dominican traditions. The university has more than 3,100 students and offers undergraduate degrees in over 50 majors as well as six graduate degree programs. Ohio Dominican uses a student-centered approach, with a commitment to quality teaching and learning and a number of academic programs of distinction. Academics are at the heart of everything done at Ohio Dominican University. Institutions of higher learning exist to provide education for their students, and that education starts in the classroom. It continues, of course, on athletic fields and in residence halls, in rehearsals and clubs, in the library and the lab, but it begins with the relationship between students and their instructors. ODU’s mission is grounded in our identity as a Catholic and Dominican liberal arts institution. The University’s motto - To contemplate truth and share the fruits of that contemplation with others - serves as our guiding principle of teaching and learning. ODU’s core curriculum, taken by all students, focuses on seven learning outcomes that collectively identify the institution’s expectations for what all students will be able to be and do as Ohio Dominican graduates. Additionally, students complete a sequence of courses in one of 50 undergraduate major areas of study including those in the arts, sciences, and professions.

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Student organizations and activities at ODU offer events and activities that relate to areas of academic interest, student government, artistic performance, multicultural identity, media, athletic, social, honorary, religious and service organizations. Ohio Dominican student activities and events are open to all students. Over the past 10 years, Ohio Dominican has followed an aggressive expansion plan for its facilities which include three new residence halls; additional sports and recreation facilities; development of Sunbury Road as a gateway to the campus; the new Bishop James A Griffin Student Center and a new science facility, Battelle Hall. The 2010 - 2011 academic year will be a special time for the institution as its students, faculty, staff, alumni, community leaders and friends celebrate the University’s Centennial anniversary. Although the University will mark its Centennial birthday on October 5, 2011 (Founder’s Day), the calendar of events will commence in October 2010 and will continue through June 2012. The Centennial theme, A Century of Transforming Lives, reflects ODU’s Dominican heritage, history and tradition. This celebration encourages the University community to reflect upon the transformative effect that Ohio Dominican has had on the lives its faculty, students, alumni, staff and friends. Ohio Dominican is focused on becoming the preeminent Catholic institution of higher learning, providing quality programs in both the liberal arts and the professions, committed to the fundamental value of liberal education, and deeply rooted in its Dominican tradition. Ohio Dominican is known for its student-centered and innovative approaches to teaching and learning; its commitment to excellence in academic and co-curricular programs; its commitment to service and community responsibility; its outstanding campus facilities and resources; its global outreach in response to educational needs; and its reputation for distinction in values-based higher education.

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City of Columbus

With a population of 787,033 covering more than 210 square miles, Columbus is the largest city in Ohio and the 15th largest city in the United States. Columbus offers something special for everyone, from the No. 1 science center in the country at COSI and the nation’s No. 1 zoo at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium to the lively Arena District, the hip Short North Arts District and historic German Village.

Many nationally recognized companies began in Columbus, including Wendy’s International, Worthington Industries, CompuServe, Red Roof Inns, Bank One, Huntington Bancshares, Limited Brands, Nationwide Insurance, the Longaberger Company and Bob Evans Farms, Inc., Abercrombie & Fitch and Express.

Ohio’s capital city, Columbus has a dynamic business climate, a commitment to diversity, exciting annual festivals and cultural events, and unique arts and entertainment opportunities. We also are proud to be the home of great professional, amateur and collegiate sports, including the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets, Major League Soccer’s Columbus Crew and Triple-A baseball’s Columbus Clippers. Other major annual sports events in Columbus include the Arnold Sports Festival & Fitness Weekend, PGA Memorial Tournament at Muirfield, The Columbus Marathon and New Albany Classic Grand Prix.

Photo Credits Nationwide Realty Investors, Franklin Park Conservatory, Columbus Blue Jackets/Nationwide Arena

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University President Peter Cimbolic, Ph.D. In the spring of 2010, the Ohio Dominican University Board of Trustees appointed Peter Cimbolic, Ph.D. as the 15th president of the institution. His official duties began July 1, 2010. Before serving as ODU’s president, Dr. Cimbolic was Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Marywood University in Scranton, PA. He also served as a tenured full professor of psychology. Since 2008 Dr. Cimbolic has also concurrently served as an Adjunct Professor of Neuroscience for The Commonwealth Medical College in Scranton; and from 2003 to 2007, as Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs and as a tenured Professor of Psychology at Bellarmine University, an independent Catholic university in Louisville, Kentucky. From 1999 to 2003, he served as Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies for The Catholic University of America. Before that, he served as Director of the Counseling Center at Catholic University for 18 years, and as a tenured professor in the Department of Psychology. Earlier in his career, Dr. Cimbolic served on the faculty and directed counseling centers at the University of North Texas and the University of New Hampshire. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Montclair State College; a master’s degree in Developmental Psychology from the Teachers College of Columbia University; and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Missouri. Dr. Cimbolic is an internationally known scholar who has published extensively. He is also the recipient of the District of Columbia College Personnel Association Lifetime Research Award for his outstanding contribution to knowledge in the profession. Active in his community, he serves on the board of directors of the Wall Street West Higher Education Consortium funded in part by Workforce Innovation, U.S. Department of Labor; the Lackawanna Industrial Fund Enterprise (Scranton, PA), and the Scranton Tennis Club. He also served on the board of directors of the Louisville Health Enterprises Network; and as president of St. Mary’s Parish Council, Annapolis, MD. Dr. Cimbolic has five children: Mrs. Christie Baker of Marblehead MA; Dr. Kathleen Gunthert of Silver Spring, MD; Peter Cimbolic of Baltimore, MD; and Brian Cimbolic of Odenton, MD. Dr. Cimbolic is the proud grandfather of four grandchildren. He, his wife Kristi and their son, Stephen, reside in Columbus. General Information................1.800.955.OHIO Fax ................................................. 614.252.0776 Academic Affairs........................ 614.251.4730 Admissions................................... 614.251.4500 Alumni Office............................... 614.251.4617 Campus Ministry......................... 614.251.4567 College Operator ........................ 614.253.2741 Financial Aid ............................... 614.251.4640 International Office ................... 614.251.4646 Intramurals .................................. 614.251.4531 Library ........................................... 614.251.4752 Security ........................................ 614.251.4700 Student Activities ...................... 614.251.4726 Student Service Center ............. 614.251.4550 Sports Hotline ............................. 614.251.4590 Sports Information ..................... 614.251.4577 University Relations .................. 614.251.4453

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University Directions

From I-670 to the ODU campus... • • • • • •

Exit I-670 at 5th Avenue (exit 7) Left to Nelson Road Right (North) on Nelson Rd. to Airport Dr./Leonard Ave. Left (West) to Sunbury Road (1st light) Right (North) on Sunbury Road to the 2nd light Visitor parking is on your left

Getting to I-670 in Columbus... From Cleveland and points North... • I-71 South to I-270 in Columbus • I-270 East to I-670 West • Exit I-670 West at 5th Avenue (exit 7) From Cincinnati and points South... • I-71 North to I-670 in Columbus • Exit I-670 East at 5th Avenue (exit 7) From Pittsburgh and points East... • I-70 West to I-270 Columbus • I-270 North to I-670 • Exit I-670 West at 5th Avenue (exit 7) From Dayton and points West... • I-70 East to Columbus • I-71 North to I-670 East • Exit I-670 at 5th Avenue (exit 7)

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President Dr. Peter Cimbolic .......................................................................... 251-4690 Vice President of Student Development James (Jamie) Caridi ..................................................................... 251-4596 Director of Athletic Development Bill Blazer ....................................................................................... 251-4710 Athletic Director Jeff Blair ......................................................................................... 251-4735 Asst. AD/Senior Woman Administrator Sandy Rowley................................................................................. 251-4538 Director of Compliance Cindy Hahn .................................................................................... 251-4642 Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Timothy Walker ......................................................................... 251-4658 Athletic Administrative Assistant Elia Diaz ........................................................................................ 251-4537

Baseball - Paul Page ...................................................................... 251-4535 pagep@ohiodominican.edu

Sports Information Staff Sports Information Director Scott Miles, miless@ohiodominican.edu....................................... 251-4577 Assistant Sports Information Director Ryan Beigle, beigler@ohiodominican.edu ..................................... 253-3482 Sports Information Graduate Assistant Bryan Desch, deschb@ohiodominican.edu.................................... 251-4843 Sports Information FAX ............................................................ 252-2556

Athletic Training Staff Head Athletic Trainer Jamison French, french@ohiodominican.edu ................................ 253-4864 Assistant Athletic Trainer JR Bonham, bonhamj@ohiodominican.edu ................................... 253-4864 Assistant Athletic Trainer Nicole Cochran, cochrann@ohiodominican.edu ............................ 253-4864

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Basketball - Men’s, Artie Taylor ...................................................... 251-4533 taylora2@ohiodominican.edu Basketball - Women’s, Nathan Bellman .......................................... 251-4534 bellmann@ohiodominican.edu Track & Field/Cross Country - Men’s and Women’s, Paul Benedict. 251-4537 benedicp@ohiodominican.edu Football, Bill Conley....................................................................... 251-4556 conleyb@ohiodominican.edu Golf - Men’s and Women’s, Chris Deibel ........................................ 253-3481 deibelc@ohiodominican.edu Soccer - Men’s, Willy Merrick ........................................................ 251-4531 merrickw@ohiodominican.edu Soccer - Women’s, Jonathan Meade .............................................. 251-4635 meadej@ohiodominican.edu Softball - Marcella Vanlandingham ................................................ 251-4532 vanlandm@ohiodominican.edu Tennis - Men’s and Women’s, Ryan Beigle ..................................... 253-3482 beigler@ohiodominican.edu Volleyball - Sandy Rowley.............................................................. 251-4538 rowleys@ohiodominican.edu

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Athletic Facilities Panther Field: Football, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, trees, the only evidence of what awaits below is the echoing “ping” of aluminum bats meeting baseballs. The field is complete with a Club Lacrosse Ohio Dominican University continues to demonstrate progressive improvement to its athletic facilities with the addition of Panther Field. Built in 2004, our newest athletic facility is home to our football team and men’s and women’s soccer teams as well as our club level lacrosse team. To withstand the wear and tear of constant use, Panther Field is equipped with the latest in artificial surfaces, SprinTurf®. The field has a seating capacity of 1,750 with a 42-foot press box located at the top of the home bleachers. Recent additions to Panther Field include bleachers on the guest side of the field with a capacity of 500 and a building that houses a ticket office, concession stand and restrooms. Lights were also recently added to the facility, an addition that makes Panther Field one of the finer facilities of its size in the Midwest. The new facility replaced ODU’s former natural grass soccer complex and is located next to Alumni Hall on the west side of campus.

batting cage, home bullpen beyond the left field line and a visitor bullpen along the right field line. A recent addition to Panther Valley is a state-of-the-art scoreboard complete graphics and animatronics. Panther Valley has developed year-by-year to the point that it is now considered one of the finest college baseball facilities in the country.

Panther Softball Field: Softball Over the years Panther Softball Field has evolved into one of the nicest facilities in the state of Ohio. The brick dust field is routinely praised by Panther opponents as the epitome of what a field should be. With its dimensions of 210 to the corners and 225 to straight away center, this softball complex features enclosed dugouts, a scoreboard, bullpens beyond the left field line, and an underground irrigation system.

Hitting Facility: Baseball and Softball

Practice Field: Football, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Club Lacrosse

Located next to the softball field is the hitting facility for both the baseball and softball teams. The hitting facility provides a place for both teams to refine their skills through the harsh Central Ohio Located next to Panther Field is an all-natural grass football field where the teams practice for upcoming games. The field is complete weather. With the retractable nets, the hitting facility contains three batting cages complete with pitching mounds and pitching machines. with yard hashes and field goal posts, and soccer or lacrosse nets can be moved in to accommodate every club and varsity sport. Panther Training Facility

Alumni Hall: Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Volleyball Opened in 1989, Alumni Hall has a seating capacity of 3,000 and is the home of the women’s volleyball and the men’s and women’s basketball teams. Alumni Hall was given a much needed renovation and expansion in 2009-10. One full-length basketball court was added, the hardwood was resurfaced, and bleachers were added to the far side of the court. After the renovation all of the coaches now have an office on the second floor of Alumni. There are also several rooms that coaches may utilize to review game tape, hold team meetings and meet with future and current Panthers. Some of the other amenities in Alumni Hall are four locker rooms, the Black and Gold Room, a spacious conference room, a refurbished weight room that is available to both students and student-athletes, and an athletic training room. Alumni Hall has the capability of accommodating three regulation size basketball and volleyball courts.

Panther Courts: Men’s and Women’s Tennis Also on the grounds of the Ohio Dominican Sports Complex west side location are six regulation size tennis courts complete with lights. The courts were recently resurfaced with a blue Latex-ite® coating that resembles the courts that host the U.S. Open Championship. The tennis courts are enclosed with a green chain link fence to accommodate the Panther men’s and women’s tennis teams.

Panther Valley/Frank Damian Field: Baseball First time visitors are pleasantly surprised by the hidden beauty of Panther Valley as they descend upon ODU’s prized baseball diamond. Sunken well below street-level and masked by plentiful

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Along with the addition of the new stadium in 2004, the Panthers added a 7,500 square foot training facility west of the main parking lot. The facility is equipped with the latest in hammer strength weight training equipment and ODU’s second athletic training room. Offices for athletic training personal are also located in the new facility.

Cumberland Trail Golf Club The Panthers are fortunate to call Cumberland Trail Golf Club their home. The course, designed by Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry, opened in 1999 and measures up to 7,205 yards from the back tees. Known for its excellent conditioning and difficult design, Cumberland Trail ranks fourth in Central Ohio among public golf courses, according to Mid Ohio Golfer, and received 3.5 stars from Golf Digest. The greens at Cumberland Trail are considered by many to be the finest in the Columbus area and challenge even the best putters. The ODU golf team has unlimited access to the facility which includes a driving range and large practice green.

Golf Practice Facilities ODU golfers have the ability to practice year round at one of two practice facilities. Bridgeview Driving Range, located just 6 minutes from campus, serves as the outdoor practice facility during the Spring and Fall Grass tees, a large putting green, and an excellent short game practice area are just a few of the benefits available to our teams. When the weather turns cold, ODU players practice at “The Dome”, the largest indoor driving range in Ohio. “The Dome” measures a full 90 yards from front to back and the indoor temperature is kept around 60 degrees. It provides the perfect environment for the golfers to improve during the cold winter months.

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Athletic Leadership Jamie Caridi – Vice President of Student Development James “Jamie” Caridi joined the senior administrative team at Ohio Dominican University as Vice President for Student Development and Dean of Retention in August 2007. As vice president for student development, Caridi oversees Athletics, Campus Ministry, Student Activities, Counseling and Health Services, Multicultural Affairs, International Affairs, Student Leadership and Success, Career Services, and Residence Life. Since 1998, Caridi has held a series of positions in student development at St. Vincent College (PA), most recently serving as Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students where his responsibilities included managing all Student Affairs areas and functions, strategic planning, residence hall construction and rehabilitation, Student Leadership, Service Learning and Student Housing. Caridi holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology from St. Vincent College and a master’s degree in Higher Education from Geneva College. He is currently working on his doctoral degree at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Jeff Blair - Athletic Director After spending a year as Ohio Dominican’s acting athletic director, Jeff Blair was promoted to the full-time athletic director position on Aug. 11, 2011. Blair is in his 11th year working with the Ohio Dominican athletic department after being hired as the sports information director in 2000. He was elevated to the position of assistant athletic director in 2005, a role he held until 2010 when he was named the acting athletic director. The Bellefontaine, Ohio native played a critical role in ODU’s successful transition from the NAIA to NCAA Division II and entrance into the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in 2010. Currently, he is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the athletic department and its 18 varsity intercollegiate sports while serving as a member of the ODU Director’s Council, as well as on the Compliance, Athletic and Hall of Fame Committees. Blair is a 1998 graduate of the University of Findlay, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in sports management and was a four-time varsity baseball letterwinner. He went on to earn his Masters of Business Administration degree from Findlay as well, spending a year as a graduate assistant with the baseball team and a year with the sports information office. Before arriving at Ohio Dominican, Blair volunteered on the regional crew for ESPN’s College GameDay, assisting the production crew for game day operations in the Midwest. In 2001, he was honored by the College Sports Information Directors of America for publications excellence, winning second place for men’s and women’s soccer media guides. Blair currently resides in Columbus with his wife Lori and one-year old son, Mason.

Bill Blazer – Director of Athletic Development Bill Blazer began his tenure as Ohio Dominican’s fifth Athletic Director in August of 2004. Prior to taking over the athletic department at ODU, Blazer spent 14 years at Urbana University, where he served as Athletic Director, Men’s Golf Coach and a tenured Associate Professor in the Division of Business and Economics. As ODU enters its second year in NCAA Division II with membership in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, Blazer assumes the role of director of athletic development this year. During his time at ODU, the Panthers have won 14 conference titles and qualified for 12 national tournaments. Off the field, the Athletic Department has set high academic standards for its students as the athletes have earned a higher combined GPA then the general student body. Blazer has served the NAIA as a Region IX representative on the Council for Affiliated Conferences and Independents since 2003. He has also served as chairman of the Mid-States Football Association in 2000 and again in 2006 and was chairman of Men’s Golf in the American Mideast Conference for nine years. Blazer is also a member of the United States Golf Association and serves on the Board of Directors with the Ohio Publinx Golf Association. In 2007-08, Blazer was named NAIA Region IX Athletic Director of the Year and was recognized at the Marriott Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri at the NAIA Athletic Directors Association annual meeting. Recently, Blazer was named the NAIA Northeast Region Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year for 2008-09. The 29 winners from all divisions were recognized during the 44th Annual NACDA Convention at the James J. Corbett Luncheon at the World Center Marriott Resort in Orlando, Florida. Blazer received his Bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University in business administration and his Master’s degree in teacher education from Wright State University.

Sandy Rowley - Senior Woman Administrator A former Ohio Dominican student, assistant coach, and now in her 22nd season as head coach of the Panther volleyball team, Sandy Rowley embodies the Panther persona. Rowley has been a fixture in the Panther athletic department for more than 25 years. She has the spirit and passion to continue as head coach for many years to come. As the Panthers transition to the NCAA DII, Rowley will take on a new role within the ODU Athletic Department as the Senior Women’s Administrator. As the SWA, Rowley will oversee the Panther Student Athletic Advisor Committee (SAAC) along with other administrative duties. Since her first season in 1989, Rowley has been a staple on the Panther bench and in the ODU community. A friendly and demanding coach, Rowley has guided the Panthers to 13 winning seasons, including seven straight from 1994-2000, and 18 conference tournament appearances. Her tremendous dedication and hard work of developing young student athletes over the years culminated with her 400th win on Oct. 4, 2008, as the Panthers defeated Grace College, 3-1, in Winona Lake, Indiana. In her 21 seasons at the helm of the ODU volleyball team, Rowley has coached 17 NAIA Academic All-Americans, 21 All-Conference Academic performers, 64 All-Conference selections and 15 All-Freshman Team players. Her dedication to the collegiate athlete has been proven time-and-time again on and off the court. Rowley and her husband Jeff live in New Albany, Ohio, with their three daughters, Lyndsay, Jennifer and Kelsey.

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The GLIAC

The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC), founded in 1972, has been a leader in the advancement and promotion of intercollegiate athletics for men and women for 40 years. The charter members of the GLIAC were Ferris State University, Grand Valley State University, Lake Superior State University, Northwood University (then Institute), and Saginaw Valley State University. Expansion of the GLIAC began immediately with the addition of Oakland University in 1974. Hillsdale College, Northern Michigan University, and Wayne State University were accepted as members in 1975. In 1977, the conference lost its first member when Northern Michigan withdrew. Michigan Technological University filled the vacancy when it became a member in 1980. After the 1986-87 season, Northwood left the conference and was replaced by Northern Michigan. Northwood rejoined the conference in 1992. After the 1989 season, the conference dropped football as a sponsored sport. The conference schools sponsoring football joined the members of the Heartland Collegiate Conference in forming the football-only Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference (MIFC), which began play in 1990. After nine years as one of the premier conferences in Division II football, the MIFC merged as part of GLIAC on July 1, 1999. With the merger, the University of Indianapolis became an associate member as a football-only school. The GLIAC entered a new era in the 1995-96 school year. Prior to that time, all GLIAC member institutions were located in the state of Michigan. On Dec. 14, 1994, membership was offered to three schools located in Ohio and Pennsylvania. The expansion members were Ashland University of Ashland, Ohio, and Gannon University and Mercyhurst College, both located in Erie, Pennsylvania. All three schools began their membership July 1, 1995. On July 1, 1997, membership was granted to The University of Findlay, located in Findlay, Ohio. UF replaced Oakland University, which withdrew from the conference after the 1996-97 season as it moved to NCAA Division I status. The GLIAC membership changed again when Tiffin University of Ohio joined the conference in the 2008-09 academic year. Tiffin was offered membership on June 20, 2007. The addition of Tiffin left the GLIAC with 12 full-time members as Gannon and Mercyhurst moved to the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference after the 2007-08 season.

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The GLIAC entered a new era during the 2009-10 academic year. Commissioner Tom Brown, who had presided over the league for 17 years, retried on June 30, 2009. The longest serving commissioner in the history of the GLIAC, Brown expanded the conference from 10 full members to 14 full members and two associate members. Also under his leadership, the conference has grown to offering championships in 21 sports while rising to prominence on the national level as GLIAC teams and student-athletes have achieved success both in the classroom and on the fields of play. The Conference entered another new era on July 1, 2010 when Lake Erie College of Painesville, Ohio, and Ohio Dominican University, located in Columbus, joined the GLIAC. The policy-making body of the GLIAC is the Management Council, which is comprised of three representatives from each member institution – its director of athletics, faculty athletics representative and senior woman administrator. The presidency of the GLIAC Management Council is rotated alphabetically by school, with Suzanne Sanregret, Director of Athletics at Michigan Technological University, serving as GLIAC President in 2011-12. Dr. Glenn Mroz, President of Michigan Technological University, will serve as the chairperson of the GLIAC Presidents Council this year. The GLIAC made history in 2009 when it hired Dell Robinson as Commissioner. Robinson became the first ethnic minority to serve as D-II commissioner of a non-historically black college or university conference when he began his duties on July 1, 2009. Assisting Robinson are: Penny Cook, Asst. Commissioner for Compliance/SWA, Jeff Ligney, Asst. Commissioner for Media Relations; Denise Gross, Assistant to the Commissioner; Mike McCann, Supervisor of Football Officials; Kim Vieira, Supervisor of Soccer Officials; Jeanne Skinner, Supervisor of Volleyball Officials; Rob Doss, Supervisor of Women’s Basketball Officials; Bill Ek, Supervisor of Men’s Basketball Officials; and Rich Fetchiet, Assignor of Baseball Umpires.

The GLIAC Commissioners John Hoekje

1971-72 to 1978-79

Herbert “Pete” Peterson

1979-80 to 1984-85

Tom Donahue

1985-86 to 1986-87

Vern Norris

1987-88 to 1991-92

Tom Brown

1992-93 to 2008-09

Dell Robinson

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Michael B. Cannone, D.O - Sports Medicine Michael B. Cannone, D.O. enters his sixth season with the Ohio Dominican University as the Panthers’ team physician. Dr. Cannone is a board-certified, Fellowship Trained Orthopedic Surgeon specializing in Sports Medicine, Joint Reconstruction, and Orthopedic Trauma. Dr. Cannone completed his orthopedic surgery residency in Columbus, Ohio at Doctors Hospital, then went on to complete a fellowship in Sports Medicine with Tom Winters in Orlando, Florida. He subsequently completed an A.O. Trauma fellowship with Tom Rudi in Chur, Switzerland. He is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, Ohio Osteopathic Association, American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedic Surgery, American Academy of Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine committee with the Columbus Medical Association, and President elect of the Mt. Carmel New Albany Medical staff. He is also a team physician for St. Charles Preparatory School and Bishop Hartley High School. While in Fellowship he had the opportunity to serve as a physician for the Orlando Predators Arena Football League team, the ATP U.S. Men’s Clay Tennis Championships, the PGA Bayhill Golf and Disney Championship Events, and the Orlando Rays AA minor league baseball team. He is a partner in Ortho Neuro, a multi-specialty group focused on musculoskeletal patient care. Dr. Cannone is a native of Youngstown, Ohio and currently resides in Upper Arlington with his wife Mary Lou and four children, Adrianna, Gabriella, Michael and Alexandra.

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Athletic Trainers Jamison French Head Athletic Trainer

He is a Certified Athletic Trainer and Licensed Massage Therapist and received his Performance Enhancement Specialist Certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine in 2008.

Jamie French is entering his eighth year as Head Athletic Trainer for the Ohio Dominican University Panthers. French came to ODU after working for eight years (1996-2004) at Reynoldsburg High School as Head Athletic Trainer. French also has four years of experience (1993-1996) as an athletic trainer with the Chillicothe Paints Baseball Club and the Hagerstown Suns, a Class A minor league baseball affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays.

French, a native of Chillicothe, currently resides in Canal Winchester with his wife, Melissa, and two sons, Gabriel and Evan.

French received a bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training from Wilmington College (Wilmington, OH) in 1994.

JR Bonham Assistant Athletic Trainer

JR Bonham is entering his eighth year at ODU as Assistant Athletic Trainer. In that role, he assists Head Athletic Trainer Jamie French in all duties of the Athletic Training department. Prior to coming to ODU, Bonham worked as an athletic trainer for Columbus Public Schools at the high school level. From 2003-04, he was the Head Athletic Trainer for Walnut Ridge and Independence High Schools, where he coordinated athletic training for 27 interscholastic athletic teams. Bonham received a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training in 2003 from Otterbein College.

Nicole Cochran Assistant Athletic Trainer

Nicole Cochran is entering her fifth year as a member of the Ohio Dominican athletic training staff, employed by OrthoNeuro. With 15 years of athletic training experience, Cochran brings a wealth of knowledge to the Panthers training staff. Prior to coming to ODU, she served as the head athletic trainer at Big Walnut High School beginning in 1996. Cochran has also served as an assistant athletic trainer with Otterbein College, Americheer, Inc., and the St. Ann’s Sports Medicine Department. She has previously volunteered her medical care services for the Columbus Marathon.

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While at Otterbein, he worked as a student athletic trainer for the Cardinals under head athletic trainer Charles Goodwin. He has been a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association since 2002. Bonham completed his masters of science in exercise science and health promotion with an emphasis in sports psychology from California University of Pennsylvania in 2009. A native of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Bonham is a graduate of Mt. Vernon High School. He currently resides in Columbus.

Cochran received her bachelor’s degree in sports medicine from Otterbein College in 1993. She is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association and is a member of the Great Lakes Trainers Association, the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association, and the Greater Columbus Athletic Trainers Society. She currently resides in Delaware.

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