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OREGON QUICK FACTS Name: ....................................University of Oregon

Oregon Media Services

Locations:.......................................Eugene, Oregon

Web Site: ............................................GoDucks.com

Founded: . ........................................................... 1876

Roster......................................................................3

Phone: . ........................................... (541) 346-5488

Enrollment: . ....................................................23,389 Nickname: ........................................................ Ducks

Fax: .................................................... (541) 346-5449

Schedule................................................................4

Cover Page............................................................1 Table of contents/Quick facts........................2

Ducks on and off the links..............................5 Season preview...............................................6-7 COACHES

Colors: ..................... Green (Pantone 3425C) and ..................................Yellow (Pantone Yellow C) Facility: . .............Oregon Student Tennis Center Conference: . ...................................................Pac-12

Director, Exec. Assistant AD ..Andy McNamara Executive, Asst. AD..........................Greg Williford Associate Director..................................Todd Miles Associate Director............................... Greg Walker Editor in Chief........................................Rob Mosely

Ria Scott.......................................................... 9-10

University President: . ...... Michael Gottfredson

Teresa Puga....................................................... 11

Athletics Director: . ........................... Rob Mullens

Assistant Director.................................Joe Waltasti

Faculty Representative: ............. James O’Fallon

Assistant Director...........................Casey Johnson

Athletic Department Phone: ... (541) 346-4481

Communications Assistant...................... John Vu

Athletic Department TTY: ......... (541) 346-1021

Tennis Contact: ..........................Brady Johnson

Support staff/Administration..................... 12 PLAYERS Raphaela Dyer............................................14-15

Phone: ........................................ (541) 346-5475

Cali Hipp.......................................................16-17

History

Cell Phone: ................................ (515) 570-5238

Cassy Isagawa.............................................18-19

First Year of Golf: .............................................. 1977

E-mail: .............................bradyj@uoregon.edu

NCAA Regional Appearances......16 (last, 2013)

Mailing Address:.................University of Oregon

NCAA Appearances........................... 8 (last, 2013)

.........................................2727 Leo Harris PKWY,

Monica Pethcakan....................................20-21 Caroline Inglis.............................................22-23

Individual NCAA Appearances.............................3

Brenna Murphy..........................................24-25 Marcella Pranovia......................................26-27 Cathleen Santoso......................................28-29 FACILITIES Golf Courses................................................30-31 FALL RESULTS 2013 Fall Stats................................................... 32 2012-13 REVIEW 2012-13 Statistics............................................ 34

Team Information 2013 Pac-12 Championships..............................7th 2013 NCAA Regionals........................................ T6th 2013 NCAA Championships........................... 22nd

Web Site: ................................................... pac12.org Phone: . ............................................ (925) 932-4411 Fax: .................................................... (925) 932-4601 Vice President, Communications: .Dave Hirsch

Newcomers................................................................... 3

Comm. Fellow (Tennis Contact): ............XXXXX Phone: ......................................................................

Oregon Tennis Office

E-mail: .......................................................................

Head Coach:................................................ Ria Scott Seasons............................................................. Five Alma Mater.............................. California, 2003

Pac-12 Results.................................................. 36

NCAA Regionals w/ UO.....................................4

RECORD BOOK/HONORS

NCAA Championship w/ U0............................2

Program Records.......................................40-43

Pac-12 Communications

Letterwinner returning / lost..............................5/3

2012-13 Meet-by-Meet................................. 35

UO Women’s Golf History.......................38-39

.................................................Eugene, OR 97401

E-mail.............................. riascott@uoregon.edi Assistant Coach: ................................. Teresa Puga Alma Mater............................. Minnesota, 2012

Postseason History...................................44-45

Seasons.............................................................First

All-Time Wins.................................................... 46

E-mail................................tpuga@uoregon.edu

MEDIA POLICY For interview requests with coaches or student-athletes, please contact Brady Johnson (bradyj@uoregon.edu) 24 hours in advance. During matches, players will not be avaliable for comment until the conclusion of the match.

Tournament History.................................47-48 Awards and Honors..................................49-50 Letterwinners................................................... 51

MEDIA GUIDE CREDIT The 2013-14 women’s golf media guide was designed by UO athletic communications intern Brady Johnson. Photos were provided by Eric Evans.

UNIVERSITY President/Athletic Director......................... 52

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2013-14 Roster NAME

HT.

HAND

CLASS

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL

Raphaela Dyer

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5-9

Sr.

Swanmore, England (Peter Symonds College)

Cali Hipp

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5-5

Jr.

Caldwell, Idaho (Middleton)

Caroline Inglis

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5-6

So.

Cassy Isagawa

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5-3

Jr.

Wailuku, Hawaii (Baldwin)

Brenna Murphy

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5-4

Fr.

Corvallis, Ore. (Crescent Valley)

Monica Petchakan

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Jr.

Encino, Calif. (North Hollywood)

Marcella Pranovia

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Fr.

Bali, Indonesia (Mater Dei (Calif.))

Cathleen Santoso

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5-6

Fr. Sydney, Australia (Presbyterian Ladies’ College)

Eugene, Ore. (Churchill)

Head Coach - Ria Scott (California, 2003), Fifth Year Associate Head Coach - Teresa Puga (Minnesota, 2012), First Year Pronunciation Guide

Front row (left to right): Assistant coach Teresa Puga, Caroline Inglis, Cali Hipp, Cassy Isagawa Back row (left to right): Brenna Murphy, Cali Hipp, Raphaela Dyer, Marcella Pranovia, Monice Petchakan, Head coach Ria Scott. GODUCKS.COM

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2013-14 Schedule FALL RESULTS DATE

EVENT

LOCATION

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RESULT

Sept. 14-15

Mary Fossum Invitational

East Lansing, Mich.

Forest Akers West G.C.

5th/15 teams

Sept. 20-21

UNM Dick McGuire Invitational

Albuquerque, N.M.

UNM Championship Course

2nd/16 teams

Oct. 8-9

Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational

Sammamish, Wash.

Sahalee C.C.

4th/13 teams

Oct. 25-27

Stanford Intercollegiate

Stanford, Calif.

Stanford University G.C.

7th/16 teams

Nov. 4-5

Pac-12 Preview

Kohala, Hawaii

Nanea G.C.

5th/12 teams

SPRING SCHEDULE DATE

EVENT

LOCATION

COURSE

Feb. 15-16

Peg Barnard Collegiate

Stanford, Calif.

Stanford University G.C.

Feb.23-24

Westbrook Invitational

Peoria, Ariz.

March 3-4

Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational

San Jose, Calif.

March 24-26

SDSU Farms Invitational

Tempe, Ariz.

Farms Golf Club.

April 4-6

PING/ASU Invitational

Tempe, Ariz.

ASU Karsten G.C.

April 14-15

Silverado Showdown

Napa, Calif.

April 25-27

Pac-12 Championship

Corvallis, Ore.

May 8-10

NCAA Regionals

TBD

May 21-23

NCAA Championship

Tulsa, Okla.

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-Trysting Tree G.C. TBD Tulsa C.C.


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Season Preview EUGENE, Ore. – Every statistic available indicated a historic fall season for the No. 17 Oregon women’s golf team. Through five fall tournaments, the Ducks tallied a 295.4 round average nearly a full four strokes lower than the full-season program record. Oregon placed in the top six in every single event, tallied a win-loss record of 5017 and had three student-athletes with stroke averages below 73.6 – all of which would be in the top five in program history if final. Yet, for as good as the Ducks could be feeling heading into the offseason, Oregon is ready to turn its back on its successes and focus on the next shot. Such is the acquired motto for head coach Ria Scott’s Ducks, who are setting lofty goals for the spring season. “We’ve learned this lesson (peaking at the right time) the past few seasons – especially last year, when we didn’t have a good regular season but advanced to the NCAAs,” said Scott. “It’s all about how you are performing in May. That’s taught us some great lessons in the past – just stay focused on the next shot and never give up.”

After posting a 72.3 stroke average in the fall, junior Cassy Isagawa is looking to top her previous two season averages - both program bests - and lead Oregon to the NCAA Championships in the process.

“I don’t have to worry much about this group,” said Scott. “I know they’ll work hard and get the job done. They all Despite climbing to No. 17 in the lat- trust each other and we trust them.” est Golfstat.com rankings, only five off its all-time highest, the Ducks aren’t Oregon opens the fall season on Feb. willing to rest on their fall laurels. With 15-16 at the Peg Barnard Collegiate bigger aspirations on its mind – NCAA in Stanford, Calif. The Ducks’ ultimate qualification – Oregon is ready to re- goal for the spring will be to continue posting steady team scores, peak at focus on offseason training. the right rime and reach the NCAA Oregon closed the fall season Nov. Championships for the third time in 4-5, placing fifth at the loaded Pac- the Scott era. 12 Preview. Since then, the Ducks have entered the NCAA allotted eight Granted, there’s still a lot of golf to hour work weeks. The players have an be played before then, but the Ducks amped up workout schedule, individ- should be feeling confident after ual priority plans and a lot of self-prac- climbing all the way to No. 17 in the tice. With a team that is loaded with Golfstat rankings over the fall. Oregon not only talent, but leadership, Scott was a marvel of consistency throughknows her team will be working hard out the season, posting quality numbers each time out. through the offseason. GODUCKS.COM

The Ducks placed fifth at the Mary Fossum Invitational (908/+44), runner-up at the UNM Dick McGuire Invitational (877/+1), fourth at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (903/+39), sixth at the Stanford Intercollegiate (863/+11) and fifth at the Pac-12 Preview (881/+5). Oregon had an average counting score of 73.85, twice set a program record for lowest team round score vs. par and averaged below par on par-five scoring (4.95) as a team. Oregon’s fall round average of 295.4 is 3.8 strokes better than the overall program record of 299.30 set in the 2011-12 season. “I told our team this fall that I’ve never seen more rounds grinded out than I have in the past few months,” said


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Season Preview Scott. “They played with their hearts on their sleeves and grinded out scores every time out. It was an incredible effort every single round this fall.” The Ducks were led by three aces in front of its lineup this season in junior Cassy Isagawa, sophomore Caroline Inglis and freshman Cathleen Santoso. The trio played a team-high 15 rounds this fall with scoring averages below 73.53.

have girls behind them that haven’t capped into their potential yet,” said Scott. “That might be more exciting than anything else. We know we can be a deeper team than this.” Oregon won’t play at home in the spring, but will travel to six regular season events before the Pac-12 Championships, which will be held in Corvallis, Ore. The NCAA Championships will be hosted by Tulsa, Okla., at the Tulsa Country Club from May 20-23. The Ducks are searching for a second-straight NCAA Championship appearance after placing 22nd at the event last year in Athens, Ga.

Isagawa led the way as the returning two-time All-Pac-12 selection posted a team-low round average of 72.33 – which is lower than the UO full-season record she set two seasons ago. Isagawa carded seven rounds at or below par. She won the Dick McGuire Invitational, placed third at the Pac-12 Preview and seventh at the Mary Fossum Invitational. In five tournaments, Inglis’ lowest three-round score was 218 while her highest was 222, as the consistent sophomore carded a 73.46 round average. Her fall season was highlighted by a pair of top-five finishes. Santoso opened her collegiate career in spectacular form, placing in the top 20 of every event this fall – the only Duck to do so. The Sydney, Australia, native posted a 73.53 stroke average and played seven rounds at or below par.

ABOVE: Senior Raphaela Dyer; BELOW: Junior Cali Hipp.

While having three steady scores certainly provides the team’s backbone, Scott said she is perhaps most excited to see development in the rest of the lineup – with players like junior Cali Hipp, freshman Marcella Pranovia, junior Monica Petchakan, senior Raphaela Dyer and freshman Brenna Murphy eager to contribute. “Yes, we have three girls with 73 scoring averages or so, but we’ve also GODUCKS.COM

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HEAD COACH, 5TH SEASON 2003, University of California, Berkely Ria Scott is in her fifth season at the helm of the University of Oregon women’s golf program, having turned the Ducks into a regional power with lofty NCAA goals. A graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, Scott was hired in June of 2009 after a successful run as head coach at the University of San Francisco. Since then, Scott has guided Oregon to NCAA postseason play in all four seasons, marking the program’s longest postseason streak since reaching regionals nine years in a row from 1993-2002. Prior to her arrival, Oregon hadn’t advanced to the NCAA Finals in 10 straight seasons. The Ducks have advanced to the NCAA Regional in four straight seasons and to the NCAA Championships in 2010 – Scott’s first season – and last season in 2013. In the two seasons UO didn’t advance past regionals with Scott, the Ducks were one stroke shy of moving on. Under Scott’s guidance, the Ducks have finished the season ranked no worse than 35th nationally in each of the past four years and have made a habit of being ranked in the top 25. Oregon has also posted 20 top five team finishes since 2009, including three championships, and four individual medalist honors. Scott and the Ducks have re-written the UO record books as of late, posting three of the school’s top four team season scoring averages and the top five individual season scoring averages. Scott’s teams have also posted six of the top seven lowest team round scores and four of the top five lowest

Ria Scott is looking to lead the Ducks to their first back-to-back NCAA Championships appearances since the 1997-98 seasons. team tournament scores in UO history. Individually, the Ducks have also posted six of the top seven lowest round scores and four of the top five lowest tournament scores. Scott’s Ducks have also achieved in the class room, collecting a combined seven all-conference academic honors. In the 2013 fall season, the Ducks placed in the top six in all five tournaments, had a win-loss record of 50-17 and improved to No. 17 in the GolfStat.com national rankings. Last season (2012-13), Scott and the Ducks advanced to the NCAA Championships for the eighth time in program history. Competing on the UGA Golf Course in Athens, Ga., the Ducks placed 22nd in the loaded field and GODUCKS.COM

finished the season ranked 35th. UO advanced after placing sixth at the NCAA West Regional. The Ducks closed with a 301.39 team round average – the fourth best in UO history. Scott helped coach sophomore Cassy Isagawa to a second team All-Pac-12 selection after finishing with a 72.86 round average – second in program history only to her freshman mark. The Ducks climbed as high as No. 12 in the national rankings in the 201112 season, posting four top five team finishes and qualifying to the NCAA Central Regional. The season was highlighted by two runner-up team finishes and a 54-hole score of 848 (-4) at the Stanford Intercollegiate, which is the program’s best tournament score by 15 strokes. Oregon placed ninth at regionals, missing the cut by a single stroke. Scott also coached

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Cassy Isagawa to one of the most impressive individual seasons ever recorded by a Duck. Isagawa, as a true freshman, carded UO’s lowest ever round average (72.7) with five top five individual finishes, earning first team All-Pac-12 honors and Golfweek AllAmerican First Team accolades. In the 2010-11 season, the Ducks set the program record for lowest average team score vs. par (11.64) and won two tournaments – the UNM Dick McGuire Invitational (881) and the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate (891). The Ducks posted six top six team finishes. Individually, Erica Omlid and Kendra Little posted the third and fourth best season scoring averages vs. par in program history. The Ducks placed ninth at the NCAA West Regional, two strokes above their seeding, and missed the cut by one stroke. The Ducks closed the season ranked 34th nationally with a 299.64 team round average. In her first season with the program (2009-10), Scott guided the Ducks to its best-ever Pac-10 Championship finish and led the Ducks to their first NCAA Championship trip in 10 years. Oregon posted six top five team finishes and won the Giustina Memorial Classic. The Ducks caught fire at the end of the season, placing third as the host of the 2010 Pac-10 Championships with a score of 889. In the NCAA Central Regional, the Ducks placed sixth at the Otter Creek Golf Club with a 72-hole score of 939. The sixth place finish marked the second best regional finish in program history as the Ducks placed five spots better than their seeding. UO competed in Wilmington, N.C., for the 29th Annual NCAA Championships, tying for 23rd. Kendra Little became the first Duck ever to claim three All-Pac-10 honors after she notched UO’s best-ever Pac-10 Championships placing (thirdtie, 72-75-72-219). The Eugene native capped her season by tying her career low round in the NCAA finale (a five-under 67) while her eighth-place Central Regional finish netted All-Region laurels. In her prior two-year stint at the University San Francisco, Scott was

RIA SCOTT COACHING HISTORY SCHOOL UO UO UO UO USF USF

YEAR 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08

CONFERENCE 7th 8th 7th 3rd 2nd 2nd

named West Coast Conference Coach of the Year in 2009. USF spent much of the spring ranked top 30 nationally that season en route to a schoolrecord 300.19 scoring average – an impressive 4.29 strokes better than the previous program best. That fall, the Dons won the Oregon Duck Invitational and took second in the West Coast Conference for the second straight season. Individually for USF in ’08-09, WCC Player of the Year Danielle Cvitanov ended the year ranked 43rd nationally in the Golfstat rankings after she posted a school-record season average (74.06). In Scott’s first season at San Francisco in 2007-08, her unit broke the school 54-hole tournament scoring record in the UNLV Rebel Spring Invitational (870) by four strokes. USF ended the season with six top-five finishes, including another runner-up WCC finish, as all five entries received allleague honors. In the classroom, her team was equally successful, as USF athletes claimed five WCC All-Academic laurels. Before becoming a coach, Scott played professionally on the Duramed Futures, Canadian Women’s, West Coast Ladies Golf, Orient Masters China Golf and Ladies Asian Golf tours. Other professional highlights include appearances in the 2006 Women’s World Cup in South Africa and the 2004 U.S. Women’s Open. As a senior co-captain, the 2003 California graduate led the team in the NCAA Championships (28th overall), and was a 2003 All-Pac-10 and 2002 All-Region honoree. Her final season, she helped the Bears win a school GODUCKS.COM

REGIONAL T6th 9th 9th T6th

NCAA 22nd -- -- T23rd

FINAL RANKING 35 12 34 28

record seven tournaments, capture Pac-10 and regional titles, and rank as high as second nationally. The twotime Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention selection also won the 2003 Anna Espenschade Award, presented to the top graduating female studentathlete at Cal. As a prep, the Philippines native started the golf program at James Logan High School in Union City, Calif., where she captained the boy’s team her final three years. She won the 1997 California Junior Girl’s Championship at Pebble Beach less than four years after she picked up her first golf club. Among various national and international events, she qualified for six USGA Championships – one U.S. Women’s Open, two U.S. Girl’s Junior, and three U.S. Women’s Amateur events. Scott advanced to the Round of 16 at the 2001 British Women’s Amateur. In addition, she competed for the Philippine National Team (19972002), and earned a gold medal in the 1997 Southeast Asian Games and a pair of bronze medals in the 1998 and 2002 Asian Games. Scott also played in two World Amateur Team Championships in 1998 (Chile) and 2000 (Germany) for the Philippine National Team. Scott was voted to serve as the secretary on the Board of Directors of the National Golf Coaches Association as of June 1, 2012. She married Drew Scott, the former head coach of the Rice men’s golf team, in June 2010. They have one son, Walker, born April 2012.


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TERESA PUGA

ASSISTANT COACH, 1ST SEASON 2011, University of Minnesota Teresa Puga enters her first season as assistant coach of the University of Oregon women’s golf team. The former collegiate standout joined the Oregon staff over the 2013 summer. Puga is a native of La Coruña, Spain. Puga joins the Oregon women’s golf staff after spending the 2011-12 season as a student assistant coach and international recruiting advisor with the University of Minnesota, where she holds numerous program records. Puga is one of the most accomplished golfers in Minnesota history, holding the program record for low career stroke average (75.51) by nearly two full strokes. She held the team’s lowest stroke average her senior, junior and sophomore seasons, and earned 22 career top-10 individual finishes. In her senior season with the Golden Gophers, Puga set the program record for low season stroke average and led Minnesota to an NCAA Championship berth. She played in all 12 of the team’s events in the 2010-11 season with a 74.34 season stroke average. Puga’s senior campaign was highlighted by a 15th-place finish at the NCAA Championships, seven top10 finishes, an individual title at the UCF Challenge (-8/208) and two Big Ten Golfer of the Week selections. Her 15th place finish at the NCAA Championships was the highest in program history. Puga led Minnesota to an NCAA Regional appearance as a junior, where she tied for 12th (221) to cap another sensational season. Her 74.97 stroke average set the program record, which she went on to break her senior season. She collected seven top-

10 finishes, two Big Ten Golfer of the Week selections and was named academic All-Big Ten as a junior. Playing in 11 tournaments as a sophomore, Puga provided a counting score in 30 of 32 rounds and finished with a 76.28 season average. She recorded five top-10 finishes and eight top-20 finishes. Puga broke into the Minnesota lineup in the spring season as a freshman, grabbing three top-10 finishes and providing a counting score in every one of her 22 rounds. She was just as successful in the classroom as a three-time Academic AllBig Ten selection. Puga was a recipient of the Gold Endowment Scholarship in all four years at Minnesota, was nominated for the NCAA National Development Conference as University Ambassador (2009), winner of the Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports-Scholar Award (2010) and was an Academic All-American (2011). Puga has also competed for the Spanish National Golf Team in multiple events, such as; the Ladies European Championship (2007, ’11), Italy International (2007), Switzerland International (2009) and the British Amateur (2011). She was awarded silver medal at the Ladies European Team Championship in Gratz, Austria, in 2011. Before attending the University of Minnesota, Puga was granted a full academic and athletic scholarship to attend the National Center of Sports in Madrid, Spain. Puga has also served multiple roles in golf instructing. Puga was an assistant to the director for the Chris Foley Golf School at Legacy Courses at CraGODUCKS.COM

guns (2012), an instructor for junior golf at the University of Minnesota Summer Camps (2010-12) and also was an instructor for junior golf and campus coordinator at the Real Club de Golf de La Coruna Summer Camp in La Coruña, Spain (2005-09). Puga graduated from Minnesota with a degree in business and marketing and a minor in sports management.

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Support Staff/Administration

Joel Favor

Strength and Conditioning coach

Matt Ater

Equipment Manager

Stephanie Brooks Athletic Trainer

Chris Young

Jennifer Allen Office Manager

Academic Advisor

Brady Johnson

Sports Information Contact

Jim Bartko Exec. Sr. Assoc. AD 24th Year

Craig Pintens Sr. Assoc. AD 3rd Year

Bob Beals Assoc. AD 16th Year

Mike Duncan Sr. Assoc. AD Sixth Year

Lisa Peterson Sr. Assoc. AD 3rd Year

Bill Clever Exec. Asst. AD 15th Year

Herb Yamanaka Assoc. AD 54th Year

Andy McNamara Exec. Asst. AD Second Year

Leanne Brooks Asst. AD 16th Year

Vin Lananna Asst. AD 8 Years

Jody Sykes Sr. Assoc. AD First Year

Mark Ruckwardt Asst. AD 10th Year

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Adam Korzun

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RAPHAELA DYER SENIOR | 5-9

Swanmore, England • Peter Symonds College • Psychology 2013-14 | SENIOR FALL: Competed in three fall events with an 80.3 round average… posted season best finish of tied for fifth (155/+9) at the Culturame Classic, competing individually… posted a season low round of 75 (+2) at Culturame Classic… competed in varsity lineup at the Mary Fossum Invitational, tying for 63rd with a 54hole score of 242 (+26)… participated individually at the UNM Dick McGuire Invitational, posting a 246 (+27). 2012-13 | JUNIOR Competed in four tournaments with a 79.83 stroke average... season low round of 73 (+2) at the Stanford Intercollegiate… season low tournament score of 232 (+19) at the Stanford Intercollegiate… finished in ninth place at the Topy Cup (75-7980-234)… placed in a tie for 50th at the Edean Ihlanfeldt (84-7582-241)… carded a three-round score of 251 at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge… letterwinner. 2011-12 | SOPHOMORE Honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic selection… one of three Ducks who competed in all 11 events on the year… posted an average score of 76.8, which ranked fourth on the squad… tied for 44th at the SEC-Pac-12 Challenge (44th-tie, 75-75-74)… finished tied for 25th at the Edean Ihlanfedlt Invitational (25th, 76-75-79-230)… tied for 65th at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge (65th-tie, 78-79-82-239)… tied for 30th at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate (30th-tie, 76-78-71-225)… top finish was a tie for 22nd at the Juli Inkster Spartan Invite (22nd-tie, 81-75-75-231)… tied for 45th at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic (45th-tie, 82-75-82-239)… tied for 59th at the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate (59th-tie, 72-82-76-229)… tied for 37th at the NCAA Div. I Women’s Central Regional (37th-tie, 7876-76-230)… letterwinner.

Bernardo (60th-t, 83-74-79-236) and Pacific Coast Intercollegiate (10th-t, 75-76-73-224) in the second and first rounds, respectively…provided team’s top individual finish at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown (sixth-tie, 70-74-69-213)… scored top-20 effort in her first collegiate tournament, the Ptarmigan Ram Classic (20th-t, 74-74-71), and led team in the final round with her first under-par score… ended season ranked 239th in year-end Golf week rankings (75.56)… letterwinner. PREP Proved herself among the country’s top juniors when she won the 2009 English Schools National Championship (70-76-146)… added a victory in the Faldo Series Tournament at the Walton Heath Golf Club and earned an invitation to the 2009 Faldo Series Championship in Brazil in 2009… In her round of 16 appearance in the 2009 Girls’ British Open Amateur Championship, she lost to the eventual champion, Perrine Delacour of France, and ranked 12th in the 142-player qualifying rounds… made a quarterfinal appearance in the English Girls’ Close Amateur Championship, claimed the Hampshire Girls Championship (70-74-144), and added a EWGA South Region Girls Golf Championship at Worplesdon (73-70-143) in September… selected for the English team for the 2007 Girls Home Internationals event and was undefeated in all her matches, and won the 2006 U-16 English Schools National Championship championships… attended Peter Symonds High School. PERSONAL Psychology major… parents are Michael and Beverly… has one older sister, Reva, and a nephew, Harlow.

2010-11 | FRESHMAN Made an immediate impact for Ducks in first collegiate season with eight of her 14 rounds below 74 in the fall… led team in all three of her under-par rounds (69, 70, 71) on par-72 courses… led the team for a fourth and fifth time in the Battle at Rancho

SEASON 2011-10 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 CAREER

CAREER STATISTICS TOUR. 11 11 4 3 29

RDS. 32 31 12 8 83

STROKES 2,445 2,381 958 643 6,427

AVG. 76.41 76.81 79.83 80.3 77.4

RATING LOW RD. 284 69 384 71 -- 73 946 75 -- GODUCKS.COM 69

PAR OR BETTER RDS. 3 2 0 0 5

WINS 0 0 0 0 0

BEST FINISH T6th T22nd 9th T5th T5th


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CALI HIPP JUNIOR | 5-5 Caldwell, Idaho • Middleton HS • General Social Sciences 2013-14 | JUNIOR FALL: Participated in five fall events; three in team lineup and two individually… carded a 76.28 round average through 14 rounds… played three rounds at or below par… won the Culturame Classic with a two-round score of 146 (E)… placed tied for 15th at the Mary Fossum Invitational with a three-round tally of 229 (+13)… posted season low tournament score at the Stanford Intercollegiate, tying for 29th with a 217 (+4)… carded a 232 (+13) at the Pac-12 Preview, tying for 45th… tied for 77th at the Dick McGuire Invitational (244/+25). 2012-13 | SOPHOMORE One of only two players to appear in all 12 of Oregon’s tournaments… provided team’s third lowest season scoring average (77.53)… honorable mention academic All-Pac-12 selection… low tournament score of 225 (+12) at the Stanford Invitational… carded an even-par round (72) in the second day of the Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational…placed sixth at the Topy Cup (80-74-75-229)… finished in 65th place at the Mason Rudolph Championship (75-84-80-239)… tied for 28th place at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (79-80-75-234)… placed in a tie for 53rd at the Stanford Intercollegiate (79-71-75-225)… competed in all eight spring events… placed 44th at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge (77-78-75-230)… carded a two-round score of 158 at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate (78-80-158)… provided team’s second best finish at the Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational (23rd-tie, 76-72-80-228)… three-round score of 234 at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic (75-82-77-234)… competed at the Ping Arizona State Invitational (81-79-74-234)… tied for 36th at the Pac-12 Championship (77-74-79-230)… carded a 232 at the NCAA West Regional (74-80-78-232)… carded a four-round tally of 318 at the NCAA Championship (76-75-7790-318)… letterwinner.

posted a 1-over 214 in the Stanford Intercollegiate for a share of 16th place (16th-tie, 71-70-72-213)… shot a one-over 73 in the SEC-Pac-12 Challenge en route to a tie for 79th (79th-tie, 82-7673-231)… played in all seven of UO’s Spring competitions… tied for 26th at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge (26th-tie, 73-74-79-226)… tied for 25th at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate (25th-tie, 69-79-76-224)… recorded only top-10 and a season-best finish with a tie for sixth at the Juli Inkster Spartan Invite (6th-tie, 75-73-74-222)… tied for 49th at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic (49th-tie, 81-79-81-241)… tied for 40th at the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate (40th-tie, 77-74-72-223)… tied for 37th at the Pac-12 Women’s Championship (37th-tie, 77-7577)… tied for 18th at the NCAA Div. I Women’s Central Regional (18th-tie, 78-72-76-226)… letterwinner. PREP Earned a third straight bid to the Junior PGA Championship in 2011... earned most recent bid after she won the Junior Rocky Mountain PGA Championships (67-79-146) by nine shots on the par-71 Headwaters Club course at Teton Springs in Victor, Idaho… tabbed 26th in the Golfweek class in 2010 after she advanced to the round of 16 in the U.S. Girls Junior Championship, placed fourth in the Trusted Choice Big “I” National Championship, and won the Dropping Junior Championship… won individual state titles in 2010 and ‘11, and added the 2008 Idaho Women’s Amateur and Idaho Junior Golf Association age-group titles from 2005-09… prep team was coached by Lewey Dean and won district titles in 2009, ‘10 and ‘11, and the state championship in ‘09… four-year letterwinner… graduated with a 3.99 GPA and was a class officer… attended Middleton High School. PERSONAL Undeclared major… parents are Bruce and Barbara Ann.

2011-12 | FRESHMAN Played in 10 of UO’s 11 tournaments with a scoring average of 75.6… provided team’s second lowest scoring average... competed in three of UO’s four fall competitions… tied for 43rd at the Golfweek Conference Challenge (43rd-tie, 76-82-75-233)…

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CAREER STATISTICS TOUR. 10 12 5 27

RDS. 30 36 14 80

STROKES 2,268 2,791 1,068 6,127

AVG. 75.60 77.53 76.28 76.59

RATING LOW RD. 184 69 519 71 346 GODUCKS.COM 69 -- 69

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CASSY ISAGAWA JUNIOR | 5-3

Wailuku, Hawaii • Baldwin HS • Undeclared CAREER Ranks first in UO history in career scoring average of players with at least 50 rounds, carrying a 72.72 round average ... her freshman and sophomore seasons rank first and second best in program history, respectively. 2013-14 | JUNIOR FALL: One of three players to compete in all five tournaments… posted a team best scoring average of 72.33… carded a teamhigh three top 10 finishes and played seven rounds at or below par… won the UNM Dick McGuire Invitational with the secondbest 54-hole score in program history, carding a 207 (-12) with rounds of 70-68-69… named Golfweek Player of the Week on Sept. 23, 2013… placed third in the inaugural Pac-12 Preview with a 6-under score of 213… opening round of 67 at the Pac12 Preview ranked as the second best UO round in program history… tied for seventh at the season-opening Mary Fossum Invitational with a 54-hole score of 223 (+7)… tied for 29th at the Stanford Intercollegiate, carding a 217 (+4)… tied for 34th at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (232/+16)… took 1,085 through 15 rounds, only nine strokes over par. 2012-13 | SOPHOMORE Provided the program’s second lowest season scoring average (72.86), second only to her 72.76 round average set last season… second team All-Pac-12 selection… one of two Ducks to compete in all 12 tournaments… ranked No. 22 in the nation by Golfstat at the end of the season, the third best individual ranking in school history…provided a counting score in all 36 rounds, one of seven players in program history to count every one of their rounds… led the team in all major statistical categories… had a team-high five top-5 individual finishes… season low round of 68 (-4) at the Ping/Arizona State Invitational… low tournament score of 209 (-7) at the Topy Cup… placed first at the Topy Cup (71-69-69-209)… tied for 34th at the Mason Rudolph Championship (73-77-80-230)… placed fifth at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (74-74-71-219)… tied for 21st at the Stanford Invitational (69-76-73-218)… tied for fifth at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge (71-76-71-218)… tworound score of 152 (76-76) to place 45th at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate… carded a 221 (76-72-73) at the Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational, tying for fifth… tied for 12th at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic (73-73-70-216)… 36-hole score of 220 at the Ping/Arizona State Invitational (78-74-68-220)… placed sixth at the Pac-12 Championship (74-70-71-215)… led team to a sixth place finish at the NCAA West Regional with a three-round score of 211 (69-70-72-211), placing fifth out of 125 competitors… tied for 23rd at the NCAA Championship (75-71-70-78-294)… letterwinner.

2011-12 | FRESHMAN Named to Golfweek’s All-American First Team and All-Freshman Team… Second Team All-American selection by the National Golf Coaches Association… selected to the Golf World Magazine Midseason All-Freshman Team… named to the All-Pac-12 first team… first team All-Pac-12 Conference selection… ranked No. 13 in the nation by Golfstat at the end of the season, which is the best individual ranking in school history… played in all 11 tournaments and set a new school record for single-season scoring average (72.7)… Twenty of her 33 rounds were par or better, which is a single-season school record... had a finish percentage of .890, which ranks second in school history for a single-season. Logged UO’s second-best tournament score (a 9-under in the Stanford Intercollegiate)… had a pair of top-three finishes in the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (second-tie, 72-71-72) and Stanford Intercollegiate (third, 67-67-80)… placed 11th in her collegiate debut, the Golfweek Conference Challenge (11th, 77-71-77225)... finished tied for 10th at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge (10th-tie, 76-70-75-221)… took second at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate (2nd, 71-65-76-2112)… her second round 65 (-7) tied the school record for best single-round total… finished fourth at the Juli Inkster Spartan Invite (4th, 69-7672-217)… tied for eighth at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic (8th-tie, 80-72-71-223)… tied for fifth at the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate (5th-tie, 78-70-67-215)… her final round 67 (-5) at the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate is tied for the second lowest round in school history… tied for 12th at the Pac-12 Women’s Championship (12th-tie, 76-72-74-222)… tied for 14th at the NCAA Div. I Women’s Central Regional (14th-tie, 75-72-77-224)… letterwinner. PREP Played on the winning 2010 Junior Ryder Cup in Gleneagles, Scotland in September 2010 after her three-hole playoff Junior PGA win… capped senior prep season tied for second in the state championship (72-76-148), one stroke shy of the win… helped team to a third-place state finish and 35-over score of 468… was a Hawai’i prep state champion and runner-up as a junior and senior, and third as a sophomore… attended H.P. Baldwin High School. PERSONAL Major is undeclared… parents are Drew and Wendy.

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CAREER STATISTICS TOUR. 11 12 5 28

RDS. 33 36 15 84

STROKES 2,401 2,623 1,085 6,109

AVG. 72.76 72.86 72.33 72.72

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MONICA PETCHAKAN JUNIOR | 5-3 Encino, Calif. • North Hollywood HS • Business 2013-14 | JUNIOR FALL: Competed in three events with an 80.6 round average… tied for 46th at the season-opening Mary Fossum Invitational (236/+20)… carded a season low tournament score of 233 at the UNM Dick McGuire Invitational to tie for 51st… placed 67th at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (257/+41)… carded season low round of 76 at Dick McGuire Invitational. 2012-13 | SOPHOMORE Competed in eight tournaments… 79.13 scoring average… honorable mention academic All-Pac-12 selection… tallied a career low round (71/-1) and 36-hole score (223) at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic… placed eighth in the Topy Cup (75-81-75-231)… carded a 235 at the Mason Rudolph Championship (80-79-76-235)… tied for 60th at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (77-81-87-245)… 36-hole tally of 246 at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge (84-76-86-246)… tied for 66th with a two-round score of 155 (73-82) at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate… tied for 66th at the Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational (85-80-81-246)… tied for 34th at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic (76-76-71-223)… tied for 81st at the Ping/Arizona State Invitational (82-76-81-239)… letterwinner.

PREP U.S. Girls Junior Championship qualifier… ranked 41st on the 2011 Junior Golf Scoreboard… won the SCPGA Junior Tour Championship… L.A. city champion in 2008 and ’09, and MVP in 2008 and ’10… tabbed the Golf Week Player of the Week in early January 2010 after she won the Toyota Tour Cup Championship… won the tournament in a playoff after she shot 5-over 149 (74-75) at the Oak Valley Golf Club in Beaumont, Calif… Toyota Tour Cup performance included seven birdies while she played the par 5s at 1-under en route to her fifth consecutive top-10 finish on the Southern California PGA Junior Tour… had two runner-up finishes on the Southern California PGA Junior Tour… helped her team to a city championship, and was a team MVP for coach Steve Miller…. graduated with high honors academically… attended North Hollywood High School. PERSONAL Major is pre-business administration… parents are Sumrej and Montarat… has one older brother, Gregory.

2011-12 | FRESHMAN Competed in four tournaments with a scoring average of 79.7… In collegiate debut, tied for 30th overall in the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (82-74-77-233)… season low round of 73 (+1) in the first round of the Stanford Intercollegiate… tied for 76th at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate (76th-tie, 86-80-79-245)… tied for 53rd at the Juli Inkster Spartan Invite (53rd-tie, 86-7980-245)… letterwinner.

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CAREER STATISTICS TOUR. 4 8 3 15

RDS. 12 23 9 44

STROKES 956 1,820 726 3,502

AVG. 79.67 79.13 80.60 79.59

RATING LOW RD. -- 73 753 71 782 GODUCKS.COM 76 -- 71

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WINS 0 0 0 0

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CAROLINE INGLIS SOPHOMORE | 5-6

Eugene, Ore. • Churchill HS • Business 2013-14 | SOPHOMORE FALL: One of three players to compete in all five fall tournaments… posted team’s second lowest round average (73.46)… posted two top five finishes and five rounds at or below par… placed fifth at the season-opening Mary Fossum Invitational, carding a 221 (+5)… shot a 2221 (+5) to place fifth at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational… posted low tournament score of the fall in the Stanford Intercollegiate with a 218 (+5), tying for 32nd… tied for 11th at the UNM Dick McGuire Invitational with low tournament score vs. par, carding a 1-over 220… carded season low round of 71 in four separate occasions. 2012-13 | FRESHMAN Provided team’s second lowest round average (75.27) as a true freshman… one of three players on the team to compete in at least 11 tournaments… ranked No. 185 in the nation by Golfstat, the team’s second-best individual ranking… season lowround of 71 (-1) at the Mason Rudolph Championship… low tournament score of 219 (+3) at the Pac-12 Championship and NCAA West Regional… had 11 rounds at or below 73… had five top-25 individual finishes… placed fifth at the Topy Cup (77-7574-226)… tied for 17th at the Mason Rudolph Championship (77-71-78 (226)… tied for 22nd at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (72-77-82-231)… 36-hole score of 225 at the Stanford Invitational (76-77-72-225)… tied for 34th at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge (71-79-77-227)… two-round tally of 153 at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate (75-78)… tied for 30th at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic (77-73-72-222)… tied for 55th at the Ping/Arizona State Invitational (77-75-73-225)… season low tournament finish of 11th at the Pac-12 Championship (74-72-73-219)… tied for 22nd at the NCAA West Regional (72-71-76-219)… tied for 102nd at the NCAA Championship (74-77-77-83-311)… letterwinner.

PREP Became the third Oregon prep ever to win three straight state individual titles... advanced to match play in the USGA Junior Championships after tying for 28th in stroke play in 2011… selected to play on the Junior American’s Cup Team after ranking second in the state points list… earned medalist honors at the Oregon Amateur stroke play (70-72-142(-2)) and advanced to the match play quarterfinals… placed third in the Oregon Junior Stroke Play Championship… runner-up performance at the OGA Stroke Play Championship… placed fourth at the AJGA Junior tournament… tied for 54th in the U.S. Public Links Championship in 2012. PERSONAL Major is Business… parents are William and Laurie Inglis… has one brother, Colin.

CAREER STATISTICS SEASON 2012-13 2013-14 CAREER

TOUR. 11 5 16

RDS. 33 15 48

STROKES 2,484 1,102 3,586

AVG. 75.27 73.46 74.71

RATING LOW RD. 185 71 51 71 GODUCKS.COM -- 71

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BRENNA MURPHY FRESHMAN | 5-4 Corvallis, Ore. • Crescent Valley HS • Human Physiology 2013-14 | FRESHMAN Competed individually at two events with an 83.2 round average… placed 10th at the Culturame Classic (159/+13)… placed 89th at the Mary Fossum Invitational (257/+41)… posted season low round of 78 at the Culturame Classic. BEFORE OREGON Four-time letterwinner at Crescent Valley High School… placed runner-up at the Oregon State Championships as a senior and junior… was an All- Mid-Willamette Conference selection and All-State honoree in all for years of high school… claimed an individual title at the 2013 Willamette Valley Invitational…. 2012 Greater Corvallis Rotary Award recipient… a Redmond Invitational champion and 2011 Mid-Willamette District champion in 2011… led team to four-straight district titles (2010-13)… helped Crescent capture three league championships (2010, ’11, ’12)… a two-year basketball letterwinner, helping Crescent to a third-place finish at the 2011 state championship… sixtime recipient of the Athletic Academic Achievement Award… CV Scholar Award… graduated with a 3.9 GPA… involved with numerous volunteer activities PERSONAL Parents are John Murphy and Marsha Barnette… has one brother, Alex, who also attends UO.

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CAREER STATISTICS TOUR. 2 2

RDS. 5 5

STROKES 416 416

AVG. 83.20 83.20

RATING LOW RD. -- 78 GODUCKS.COM - 78

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MARCELLA PRANOVIA FRESHMAN | 5-8

Bali, Indonesia • Mater Dei HS (Calif.) • Psychology 2013-14 | FRESHMAN FALL: Competed in four tournaments, including three in the top five lineup ... held a 77 round average competing in 12 rounds on the season ... season-low round of 71 at the Stanford Intercollegiate ... earned first career top 20 finish after tying for 16th at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (225/+9) ... tied for 45th at the Pac-12 Preview (232/+13) ... tied for 65th at the Stanford Intercollegiate (227/+14) ... carded a 234 as an individual at the UNM Dick McGuire Invitational. BEFORE OREGON Led Mater Dei high school to an undefeated season and a Trinity League Championship in 2012 ... two-time winner of Mater Dei’s MVP award … claimed medalist honors at conference tournament in 2012 … had the lowest score (67) at the CIFWomen’s Southern California Golf Association team regionals … earned medalist honors in the 2013 Optimist International Junior Golf Championship with a four-round score of 293 (6973-79-72) … finished second in the 2012 Long Beach Junior Open … placed third in The Beth Daniel Junior Azalea with a two-round total of 139 … placed third in the Aaron’s/Bob Estes Abilene Junior tournament, carding a 36-hole score of 224 (7280-72) … placed 17th in the 31st Queen Sirikit Cup in 2009 … finished as the top amateur in the Ladies Asian Golf Tour 2010 Indonesian Open. PERSONAL Parents are Yuda Surya Putra and Ricky Carol Yumaica … has two brothers, Mario and Marco.

CAREER STATISTICS SEASON 2013-14 CAREER

TOUR. 4 4

RDS. 12 12

STROKES 918 918

AVG. 76.5 76.5

RATING LOW RD. 288 71 GODUCKS.COM 288 71

PAR OR BETTER RDS. 1 1

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CATHLEEN SANTOSO FRESHMAN | 5-6 Sydney, Australia • Presbyterian Ladies’ College • Undeclared 2013-14 | FRESHMAN FALL: One of three players to compete in all five fall tournaments ... provided team’s third best round average (73.53) ... only player on the team to finish in the top 20 in all five tournaments ... improved to No. 54 in national rankings ... tallied a team-high seven rounds at or below par ... carded a career low round of 69 on two occasions ... top finish came at the UNM Dick McGuire Invitational, placing sixth with a 2-under 54-hole total (217) ... tied for 16th at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (225/+9) and the Stanford Intercollegiate (214/+1) ... placed 17th at the Mary Fossum Invitational (228/+12) and the Pac-12 Preview (219/E). BEFORE OREGON Attended high school at Presbyterian Ladies’ College, Sydney… participated in tennis, hockey, water polo, volleyball and basketball as well as golf… medalist at the Australian Girls’ Amateur Championship, defeating 79 participants… 2011 New South Wales state junior player of the year… selected to the Golf Australia National squad and chosen to represent her country in the Astor Trophy Event in 2012… made the cut at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open, a professional event in which she tied for 61st… placed fifth in the Srixon Women’s Amateur stroke play… quarterfinalist in the Srixon Women’s Amateur match play… PERSONAL Parents are Adi and Nenny Santoso… has one brother, Alvin, and one sister, Crystal.

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CAREER STATISTICS TOUR. 5 5

RDS. 15 15

STROKES 1,103 1,103

AVG. 73.53 73.53

RATING LOW RD. 54 69 GODUCKS.COM 54 69

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Eugene Country Club The Eugene Country Club, organized in 1899, is the second oldest country club in the State, antedated only by Waverley of Portland. In 1912, the club was incorporated and acquired its first clubhouse on South Willamette Street. In 1923, the Young-Ford-McAllister properties were purchased and Chandler Egan, one of the nation’s greatest tournament golfers, was engaged to lay out a new 18-hole golf course. Over the years this course with its natural setting among tall firs and other scenic wonderments developed a reputation as one of the finest golf courses on the Pacific Coast.

Eugene Country Club

Host of the 2008 U.S. Women’s Amateur, the Eugene Country Club is consistently ranked top 100 in the nation, including 43rd nationally in 2006 by Golf week and 100th by Golf Digest. The private course is also the third ranked track in Oregon. It also hosted the 1991, 2000 and 2010 Women’s Pacific-12 Conference Championships, 1987 and 1997 Men’s Pacific-10 Championships, and the 1959 and 1978 Men’s NCAA Championships. The venue also has a covered teaching facility with a JC Video and TrackMan ball flight analysis system.

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Home Courses Emerald Valley Resort and Golf Club Ranked Golf Course of the Year in 2004 by the Oregon Golf Association, this public course is located in Creswell, just a few minutes south of Eugene. The course is home to Oregon Golf’s year-round highly-regarded practice facility that offers a private, covered grass driving range, a wedge area to practice every shot imaginable from 100 yards and in, and a 75-yard wide putting green. Shadow Hills

Pumpkin Ridge

Shadow Hills Country Club Shadow Hills is located in Junction City, just north of Eugene. The scenic layout has been an annual Nationwide Tour stop, and is also home to Oregon Golf’s new practice facility that broke ground in April of 2011 and includes an indoor teaching facility with additional video equipment and technology. The new facility will feature the team’s own side of the driving range and a teeing area 85 yards long, plenty of wedge targets, as well as a new short game area. Pumpkin Ridge Located in Cornelius southwest of Portland, these two courses opened in 1992 and have already hosted four U.S. championships – the 1997 and 2003 U.S. Women’s Open and 2000 USGA Junior Girls and Boys Championships (along with the 1993 and 1994 Nike Tour Championships). The private course, Witch Hollow, is a par 72 and plays to 7,000 yards. The public side, Ghost Creek, is a par 71 and plays to 6,900 yards. Golf Digest and Golf Magazine rank it in the top 100 courses in the United States. RiverRidge Golf Club Another popular Eugene golfing destination, this 18-hole, par-71 course blankets 107 acres next to the Willamette River in north Eugene. Known for its beauty and playability, the routing takes you over rolling terrain and through an arboretum sprinkled with over 120 varieties of trees. Also on-site is a covered driving range and a nine-hole wedge course where holes are under 110 yards. The venue is also the proud host of the First Tee of Willamette Valley program.

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Tokatee

Sandpines Golf Links Bringing the natural feel of the pine forest and crystal blue lakes into play on the outward nine gives one the feel of golf commonly found on the Monterey Peninsula or the woods of the Carolinas. The inward nine takes you back to golf’s more traditional arena - the links land. Using the natural lay of the land, Jones brought the dune element to the forefront of the game from tee to green. Challenging yet generous, this course offers beginners and experienced golfers alike a chance to test their skills and indulge their senses. Tokatee Golf Course Tabbed “One of the Best Courses You Can Play” and “America’s Best” in Golf Week magazine articles, this picturesque course is situated in the foothills of the Cascade Mountain Range. The par 72, 6,000-yard course is located about one hour east of Eugene on the historic and scenic McKenzie Highway.

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2013 Fall Results Date Tournament Location Sept. 14-15 Mary Fossum Invitational East Lansing, Mich. Sept. 20-21 UNM Dick McGuire Invitational Albuquerque, N.M. Oct. 8-9 Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational Sammamish, Wa. Oct. 25-27 Stanford Invitational Stanford, Calif. Nov. 4-5 Pac-12 Preview Kohala, Hawai’i NAME C. Isagawa C. Inglis C. Santoso C. Hipp M. Pranovia R. Dyer M. Petchakan B. Murphy TEAM

Rds. 15 15 15 14 12 8 9 5 15

Strokes 1,085 1,102 1,103 1,068 918 643 726 416 4,432

Avg. 72.33 73.46 73.53 76.28 76.5 80.3 80.6 83.2 295.4

MARY FOSSUM INVITE

Low 67 71 (4x) 69 (2x) 69 71 75 76 78 282

Top-10s 3 2 1 1 -- -- -- 1

Oct. 25-27 -- Stanford, Calif..

5th - Oregon - 303, 299, 306 - 908 (+44) 5. Caroline Inglis - 75, 75, 71 - 221 (+5) T7. Cassy Isagawa - 73, 76, 74 - 223 (+7) T17. Cathleen Santoso - 78, 71, 79 - 228 (+12) T46. Monica Petchakan - 77, 77, 82 - 236 (+20) T63. Raphaela Dyer - 78, 80, 84 - 242 (+26)

T16. T29. T29. T32. T65.

Stanford University Golf Course (Par 71, 6,3130 yards) 6th - Oregon - 283, 293, 287 - 863 (+11)

UNM DICK MCGUIRE INVITE

Cathleen Santoso - 69, 73, 72 - 214 (+1) Cali Hipp - 69, 75, 73 - 217 (+4) Cassy Isagawa - 71, 73, 73 - 217 (+4) Caroline Inglis - 74, 73, 71 - 218 (+5) Marcella Pranovia - 82, 74, 71 - 227 (+14)

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Sept. 20-21 -- Albuquerque, N.M.

Nov. 4-5 -- Kailua Kona, Hawaii

1. 6. T11. T51. T77.

T3. 17. 21. T45. T45.

UNM Championship Course (Par 73, 6,192 yards) 2nd - Oregon - 299, 286, 292 - 877 (+1) Cassy Isagawa - 70, 68, 69 - 207 (-12) Cathleen Santoso - 75, 71, 71 - 217 (-2) Caroline Inglis - 75, 71, 74 - 220 (+1) Monica Petchakan - 79, 76, 78 - 233 (+14) Cali Hipp - 83, 80, 81 - 244 (+25)

Nanea Golf Course (Par 73, 6,326 yards) 5th - Oregon - 282, 303, 296 - 881 (+5)

Cassy Isagawa - 67. 73, 73 - 213 (-6) Cathleen Santoso - 69, 77, 73 - 219 (E) Caroline Inglis - 74, 76, 72 - 222 (+3) Cali Hipp - 72, 78, 82 - 232 (+13) Marcella Pranovia - 77, 77, 78 - 232 (+13)

EDEAN IHLANFELDT INVITE Oct. 8-9 -- Samammish, Wash.

Sahalee Country Club (Par 72, 6,309 yards) 4th - Oregon - 296, 294, 313 - 903 (+39) 5. T16. T16. T34. 67.

Top-20s 3 3 5 1 1 -- -- 1

STANFORD INTERCOLLEGIATE

Sept. 14-15 -- East Lansing, Mich.

Forest Akers West Golf Course (Par 72, 6,236 yards)

Team Finish Top Individual Finish 5/15 teams 5th (Inglis) 2/16 teams 1st (Isagawa) 4/13 teams 5th (Inglis) 6/16 teams T18th (Santoso) 5/12 teams 3rd (Isagawa) Win-Loss: 50-17

Caroline Inglis - 71, 73, 77 - 221 (+5) Marcella Pranovia - 76, 73, 76 - 225 (+9) Cathleen Santoso - 76, 72, 77 - 225 (+9) Cassy Isagawa - 73, 76, 83 - 232 (+16) Monica Petchakan - 85, 88, 84 - 257 (+41)

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2012-13 Season Results Date Tournament Location Sept. 11-13 Topy Cup Japan Sept. 21-23 Mason Rudolph Invitational Franklin, Tenn. Oct. 8-10 Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational Sammamish, Wash. Oct. 19-21 Stanford Intercollegiate Stanford, Calif. Feb. 11-13 Northrup Grumman Challenge Palos Verdes, Calif. Feb. 25-26 Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercoll. New Orleans, La. March 4-5 Juli Inkster Spartan Invite. San Jose, Calif. March 25-27 Annuenue Spring Break Invite. Waikoloa, Hawaii April 12-14 PING/ASU Invitational Tempe, Ariz. April 22-24 Pac-12 Championships Valencia, Calif. May 9-11 NCAA West Regional Stanford, Calif. May 21-24 NCAA Championships Athens, Ga.

NAME Cassy Isagawa Caroline Inglis Cali Hipp Hanule Sky Seo Avery Sills Monica Petchakan Cheyenne Burbank Raphaela Dyer TEAM

Rds. 36 33 36 17 19 23 5 12 36

Strokes 2,623 2,484 2,791 1,318 1,486 1,820 384 958 10,850

Avg. 72.86 75.27 77.53 77.53 78.21 79.13 76.80 79.83 301.39

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Team Finish 3rd 12th 4th T14th T9th 14th 7th 5th 14th 7th T6th 22nd

Low Rd. 68 71 71 72 73 71 71 73 289

Top Individual Finish

Top Finish 1st 5th 6th 1st T43rd 8th T31st 9th 1st


University of Oregon Ducks

2012-13 Season Results TOPY CUP

JULI INKSTER SPARTAN INVITE

Sept. 11-13 -- Japan

March 4-5 -- San Jose, Calif.

1st (2) - Oregon - 298. 297, 293 - 888 (+24) 1. Cassy Isagawa - 71, 69, 69 - 209 (-7) 5. Caroline Inglis - 77, 75, 74 - 226 (+10) 6. Cali Hipp - 80, 74, 75 - 229 (+13) 8. Monica Petchakan - 75, 81, 75 - 231 (+15) 9. Raphaela Dyer - 75, 79-, 80 - 234 (+18)

7th (14) - Oregon - 298, 304, 312 - 914 (+50) T5. Cassy Isagawa - 76, 72, 73 - 221 (+5) T23. Cali Hipp - 76, 72, 80 - 228 (+12) T31. Cheyenne Burbank - 71, 80, 80 - 231 (+15) 48. Avery Sills - 75, 82, 79 - 236 (+20) T66. Monica Petchakan - 85, 80, 81 - 246 (+30)

Tanagura C.C.

Almaden C.C.

MASON RUDOLPH INVITE

ANNUENUE INVITE

Sept. 21-23 -- Franklin, Tenn.

March 25-27 -- Kapalua, Hawaii

T17. T34. T51. T60. 65.

T12. T30. T34. T66. T75.

The Legends G.C. 12th (15) - Oregon - 305, 305, 312 - 922 (+58) Caroline Inglis - 71, 71, 78 - 226 (+10) Cassy Isagawa - 73, 77, 80 - 230 (+14) Monica Petchakan - 80, 79, 76 - 235 (+19) Hanule Sky Seo - 82, 78, 78 - 238 (+22) Cali Hipp - 75, 84, 80 - 239 (+23)

The Bay Course 5th (17) - Oregon - 301, 295, 290 - 886 (+22) Cassy Isagawa - 73, 73, 70 - 216 (E) Caroline Inglis - 77, 73, 72 - 222 (+6) Monica Petchakan - 76, 76, 71 - 223 (+7) Cali Hipp - 75, 82, 77 - 234 (+18) Avery Sills - 83, 73, 80 - 236 (+20)

EDEAN IHLANFELDT INVITE

PING/ASU INVITE

Oct. 8-10 -- Samammish, Wash.

April 12-14 -- Tempe, Ariz.

5. T22. T28. T50. T60.

T38. T48. T55. T74. T81.

Sahalee Country Club T4th (16) - Oregon - 302, 306, 310 - 918 (+54) Cassy Isagawa - 74, 74, 71 - 219 (+3) Caroline Inglis - 72, 77, 82 - 231 (+15) Cali Hipp - 79, 80, 75 - 234 (+18) Raphaela Dyer - 84, 75, 82 - 241 (+25) Monica Petchakan - 77, 81, 87 - 245 (+29)

Karsten G.C. 14 (16) - Oregon - 311, 299, 289 - 899 (+35) Cassy Isagawa - 78, 74, 68 - 220 (+4) Avery Sills - 75, 74, 74 - 223 (+7) Caroline Inglis - 77, 75, 73 - 225 (+9) Cali Hipp - 81, 79, 74 - 234 (+18) Monica Petchakan - 82, 76, 81 - 239 (+23)

STANFORD INTERCOLLEGIATE

PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIPS

Oct. 19-21 -- Stanford, Calif.

April 22-24 - Valencia, Calif.

T14th (17) - Oregon - 298, 301, 293 - 892 (+40) T21. Cassy Isagawa - 69, 76, 73 - 218 (+5) T53. Cali Hipp - 79, 71, 75 - 225 (+12) T53. Caroline Inglis - 76, 77, 72 - 225 (+12) T74. Raphaela Dyer - 82, 77, 73 - 232 (+19) 83. Hanule Sky Seo - 74, 82, 81 - 237 (+24)

7th (11) - Oregon - 303, 290, 303 - 896 (+32) 6. Cassy Isagawa - 74, 70, 71 - 215 (-1) T11. Caroline Inglis - 74, 72, 73 - 219 (+3) T36. Cali Hipp - 77, 74, 79 - 230 (+14) T43. Avery Sills - 78, 75, 80 - 233 (+17) 45. Hanule Sky Seo - 79, 74, 81 - 234 (+18)

Stanford G.C.

Valencia C.C.

NORTHRUP GRUMMAN

NCAA WEST REGIONAL

Feb. 11-13 -- Palos Verdes, Calif.

May 9-11 - Stanford, Calif.

T5. T34. T44. T79. 84.

T5. Cassy Isagawa - 69, 70, 72 - 211 (-2) T22. Caroline Inglis - 72, 71, 76 - 219 (+6) T85. Avery Sills - 77, 81, 74 - 232 (+19) T85. Cali Hipp - 74, 80, 78 - 232 (+19) T103. Hanule Sky Seo - 80, 76, 81 - 237 (+24)

Palos Verdes G.C. T9th (16) - Oregon - 303, 309, 306 - 918 (+66) Cassy Isagawa - 71, 76, 71 - 218 (+5) Caroline Inglis - 71, 79, 77 - 227 (+14) Cali Hipp - 77, 78, 75 - 230 (+17) Monica Petchakan - 84, 76, 86 - 246 (+33) Raphaela Dyer - 85, 83, 83, - 2651 (+38)

Stanford G.C. T6th (24) - Oregon - 292, 297, 300 - 889 (+37)

ALLSTATE SUGAR BOWL

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Feb. 25-26 -- New Orleans, La.

May 21-24 -- Athens, Ga.

T45. T51. T51. T66. 81.

T23. Cassy Isagawa - 75, 71, 70, 78 - 294 (+6) T48. Hanule Sky Seo - 79, 72, 73, 76 - 300 (+12) T102. Caroline Inglis - 74, 77, 77, 83 - 311 (+23) T120. Cali Hipp - 76, 75, 77, 90 - 318 (+30) 125. Avery Sills - 76, 79, 84, 87 - 326 (+38)

English Turn Golf & C.C. 14th (18) - Oregon - 298-313 - 611 (+35) Cassy Isagawa - 76, 76 - 152 (+8) Caroline Inglis - 75, 78 - 153 (+9) Cheyenne Burbank - 74, 79 - 153 (+9) Monica Petchakan - 73, 82 - 155 (+11) Cali Hipp - 78, 80 - 158 (+14)

UGA G.C. 22 (24) - Oregon - 301-295-297-324 - 1,217 (+65)

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usc washington ucla arizona stanford arizona state oregon oregon state colorado california washington state

2013 PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIP Valencia, Calif. -- Valencia Country Club 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

USC Washington UCLA Arizona Stanford Arizona State Oregon Oregon State Colorado California Washington State

280, 291, 282 - 853 (-11) 293, 291, 293 - 877 (+13) 290, 292, 297 - 879 (+15) 301, 284, 297 - 882 (+18) 298, 296, 288 - 882 (+18) 295, 295, 300 - 890 (+26) 303, 290, 303 - 896 (+32) 303, 290, 300 - 900 (+36) 311, 298, 305 - 914 (+50) 302, 308, 315 - 925 (+61) 311, 318, 313 - 942 (+78)

ALL-PAC-12 TEAMS FIRST TEAM Noemi Jimenez Kyung Kim SooBin Kim Erynne Lee Tiffany Lua Annie Park Sophia Popov Marirah Stackhouse

Arizona State USC Washington UCLA UCLA USC USC Stanford

SECOND TEAM Laura Blanco Doris Chen Manon Gidali Cassy Isagawa Lauren Kim Lee Lopez Daniela Ordonez Charlotte Thomas

ASU USC Arizona Oregon Stanford UCLA ASU Washington

HONORABLE MENTION Jenny Coleman Ani Gukugian Janie Jackson Rachel Morris Kendall Prince Andrea Vilarasau Sally Watson

Colorado UCLA Arizona USC Arizona Arizona Stanford

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Home Courses

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UO Women’s Golf History UO WOMEN’S GOLF HEAD COACHES

Scott Krieger 1987-87

Renee Baumgartner 1987-93, 1995-00

Lara Tennant 1993-95

Shannon Rouillard 2000-2008

Ria Scott 2009-present

UO WOMEN’S GOLF ALL-AMERICANS

Paula Patterson All-American (1997)

Cassy Isagawa All-American (2012, 2013)

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UO Women’s Golf History

1997 NCAA Qualifiers (L-R): Back: Head Coach Renee Baumgartner, Karen Bristow, Kimi Cunningham, Kylie Wilson, Dawn Berry, Angie Rizzo. Front: Anika Heuser, Paula Patterson, Brooke Taylor, Tara Keller, Heather Holte, Bretagne Hygelund.

1998 NCAA Qualifiers (L-R): Front (L-R): Head Coach Renee Baumgartner, Anika Heuser, Karen Bristow, Paula Patterson, Pam Sowden. Back (L-R): Jerilyn White, Dawn Berry, Kylie Wilson, Kimi Cunningham, Angie Rizzo.

2000 NCAA Qualifiers (L-R): Assistant Coach Shannon Rouillard, Katie Cunningham, Angie Rizzo, Dawn Berry, Kylie Wilson, Megan Heckeroth, Anika Heuser, Julia Smith, Pam Sowden, Claire Hunter, Lacy Erickson, Kimi Cunningham, Jerilyn White, Head Coach Renee Baumgartner.

NGCA Hall of Fame member Renee Baumgartner & 1997 and ‘98 All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention Kylie Wilson

Leigh Casey 1993 All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention

Shannon Hare 1995 Most Valuable Player

Cappy Mack 1994 All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention

Karly Mills 1994 Most Valuable Player

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Record Book TEAM SEASON SCORING AVERAGE RANK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

SEASON 2010-11 2011-12 2008-09 2012-13 2007-08 1997-98 1996-97 2009-10 1999-00 2005-06

ROUNDS 33 33 30 36 36 37 34 35 34 25

AVERAGE 299.64 299.30 300.97 301.39 301.78 304.70 305.85 304.46 304.15 305.52

AVERAGE VS. PAR 11.64 12.03 13.77 14.39 15.44 16.05 16.44 16.57 16.74 18.00

PLAYER SEASON SCORING AVERAGE (vs. par) RANK NAME SEASON ROUNDS AVERAGE AVG. VS. PAR 1. Cassy Isagawa 2011-12 33 72.76 0.94 2. Cassy Isagawa 2012-13 36 72.86 1.11 3. Erica Omlid 2010-11 24 74.75 2.62 4. Kendra Little 2010-11 33 74.70 2.70 5. Kendra Little 2009-10 35 74.69 2.71 6. Kendra Little 2008-09 30 74.57 2.77 7. Cathryn Bristow 2007-08 36 74.50 2.92 8. Kendra Little 2007-09 36 74.53 2.94 9. Cathryn Bristow 2008-09 31 74.87 3.06 Junior Cassy Isagawa has the top two season scoring 10. Ashley Edwards 2010-11 30 75.20 3.20 averages in UO program history. RANK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

NAME Kendra Little Cathryn Bristow Jerilyn White Paula Patterson Ashley Edwards

PLAYER CAREER SCORING AVERAGE (Min. 45 rounds) YEARS ROUNDS 2008-11 134 2006-09 118 1998-01 112 1995-98 108 2009-12 116

AVERAGE 74.62 75.30 76.04 76.55 76.23

AVG. VS. PAR 2.78 3.50 4.05 4.32 4.34

PLAYER CAREER COUNTING SCORES RANK 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6.

NAME Kendra Little Johnna Nealy Cathryn Bristow Jerilyn White Kylie Wilson Ashley Edwards

YEARS 2008-11 2002-05 2006-09 1998-01 1996-00 2009-12

COUNTERS 124 110 109 102 102 100

PERCENTAGE 92.5 95.7 95.6 95.3 85 86.2

TEAM LOW ROUND

RANK 1. 2. 2. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 8. 8. 6.

SEASON 2011-12 2013-14 2011-12 2013-14 2008-09 2011-12 2011-12 2007-08 2006-07 1999-00 2013-14

TOURNAMENT Stanford Intercollegiate Pac-12 Preview Stanford Intercollegiate Stanford Intercollegiate UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Stanford Intercollegiate UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Stanford Intercollegiate Nittany Lion Invitational UNM Dick McGuire Invitational

SCORE 281 282 282 283 283 285 285 286 286 286 In the first ever Pac-12 Preview, UO carded a 282 in 286 the second round - one stroke off the best round in program history.

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Record Book TEAM LOW ROUND VS. PAR RANK 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6. 6. 6.

SEASON 2013-14 2013-14 2008-09 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2007-08 2010-11 1998-99

TOURNAMENT Pac-12 Preview UNM Dick McGuire Invite UNLV Spring Rebel Invite Stanford Intercollegiate Pacific Coast Intercolelgiate Stanford Intercollegiate UNLV Spring Rebel Invite UNM Dick McGuire Invite Stanford Intercollegiate

SCORE 282 286 283 281 285 282 286 286 290

VS. PAR -10 -6 -5 -3 -3 -2 -2 -2 -2

TEAM LOW TOURNAMENT RANK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 5.

SEASON 2011-12 2013-14 2007-08 2010-11 2011-12 2008-09 2013-14

TOURNAMENT Stanford Intercollegiate Stanford Intercollegiate UNLV Spring Rebel Invite Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic Pacific Coast Inter. The Stanford Inter. UNM Dick McGuire InvitE

SCORE 848 863 869 872 877 877 877

VS. PAR -4 +11 +5 +8 +13 +25 +1

TEAM LOW TOURNAMENT (72 HOLE TOTAL) RANK 1. 2. 3. 3. 5.

SEASON 1996-97 1997-98 2012-13 1999-00 2009-10

TOURNAMENT NCAA Championship NCAA Championship NCAA Championship NCAA Championship NCAA Championship

SCORE 1,200 1,213 1,217 1,217 1,218

VS. PAR +48 +61 Cathryn Bristow (2006-09) carded a 65 at the 2008 +65 Indiana Invitational, which ranked as the low round +65 and low round vs. par in UO history at the time. +66

PLAYER LOW ROUND

RANK 1. 1. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3.

NAME Cassy Isagawa Cathryn Bristow Cassy Isagawa Cassy Isagawa Cassy Isagawa Cassy Isagawa Kendra Little Kendra Little Kimberly McCready

SEASON 2011-12 2007-08 2013-14 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2009-10 2007-08 2006-07

TOURNAMENT Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Indiana Invitational Pac-12 Preview Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Stanford Intercollegiate Stanford Intercollegiate NCAA Championships UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Stanford Intercollegiate

SCORE 65 65 67 67 67 67 67 67 67

PLAYER LOW ROUND VS. PAR RANK 1. 1. 3. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.

NAME Cassy Isagawa Cathryn Bristow Cassy Isagawa Cassy Isagawa Kendra Little Kendra Little Cassy Isagawa Kendra Little Kendra Little

SEASON 2011-12 2007-08 2013-14 2011-12 2009-10 2007-08 2013-14 2009-10 2009-10

TOURNAMENT Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Indiana Invitational Pac-12 Preview Pacific Coast Intercollegiate NCAA Championship UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational UNM Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Dick McGuire Invitational

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VS. PAR -7 -7 -6 -5 -5 -5 -5 -5 -5

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Record Book PLAYER LOW TOURNAMENT (54 HOLE TOTAL)

RANK 1. 2. 2. 4. 5. 6.

NAME Cassy Isagawa Cassy Isagawa Kendra Little Cathryn Bristow Cassy Isagawa Pam Sowden

SEASON 2011-12 2013-14 2009-10 2007-08 2012-13 1999-00

TOURNAMENT Stanford Intercollegiate UNM Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Dick McGuire Invitational UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Topy Cup Nittany Lion Invitational

SCORE 204 207 207 208 209 210

VS. PAR -9 -12 -12 -8 -7 E

SCORE 293 294 296 298 299

VS. PAR +5 +6 +8 +10 +11

PLAYER LOW TOURNAMENT (72 HOLE TOTAL)

RANK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

NAME Paula Patterson Cassy Isagawa Karen Bristow Jerilyn White Cheyenne Hickle

NAME Kendra Little Anika Heuser Cathryn Bristow Kylie Wilson

SEASON 1997-98 2012-13 1996-97 1999-00 2009-10

CAREER WINS TOURNEYS 45 35 41 44

TOURNAMENT NCAA Championship NCAA Championship NCAA Championship NCAA Championship NCAA Championship WINS 4 3 4 3

NAME Kendra Little Kylie Wilson Pam Sowden Johnna Nealy Cathryn Bristow Jerilyn White Kate Hildahl Erin Andrews Paula Patterson Karen Bristow Therese Wenslow

CAREER ROUNDS PLAYED YEARS 2008-11 1996-00 1997-00 2002-05 2006-09 1998-01 2007-10 2003-06 1995-98 1996-99 2003-07

NAME Kendra Little Cathryn Bristow Johnna Nealy Jerilyn White Kylie Wilson Pam Sowden Paula Patterson Erin Andrews

CAREER COUNTING SCORES YEARS 2008-11 2006-09 2002-05 1998-01 1006-00 1997-00 1995-98 2003-06

YEARS 2008-11 1997-00 2006-09 1996-00

ROUNDS 134 123 121 119 118 112 109 109 108 106 104 COUNTERS 124 109 108 102 102 97 96 95

Kendra Little (2008-11) ranks first in program history in career wins (4) and rounds played (134).

SEASON NATIONAL RATING SEASON 2011-12 1996-97 1994-95 1999-00

NAME Cassy Isagawa Paula Patterson Shannon Hare Jerilyn White

ROUNDS 33 34 33 34

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Record Book SEASON PAR OR BETTER ROUNDS SEASON 2011-12 2012-13 `2009-10 2007-08

NAME Cassy Isagawa Cassy Isagawa Kendra Little Kendra Little

ROUNDS 33 36 35 36

Par or less 20 16 12 11

SEASON COUNTING SCORES SEASON 2012-13 1997-98 2009-10 2007-08 1997-98

NAME Cassy Isagawa Kylie Wilson Kendra Little Cathryn Bristow Paula Patterson

Counters 36 36 35 35 35

Pct. 100 97.3 100 97.2 94.6

SEASON TEAM PAR OR BETTER ROUNDS SEASON 2011-12 2010-11

COACH Ria Scott Ria Scott

ROUNDS 12 33

PAR OR BETTER 2 2

SEASON TEAM WINS SEASON 1996-1997 1999-00 2003-04 2010-11 1998-99

COACH Renee Baumgartner Renee Baumgartner Shannon Rouillard Ria Scott Renee Baumgartner

TOURNEYS 12 12 10 11 11

WINS 4 3 2 2 2

Renee Baumgartner (left) coached the Ducks to their highest rankings in history with consistent top 25 teams.

SEASON TEAM NATIONAL RANKING SEASON 1996-1997 1993-94 1997-98 1999-00 1994-95 1998-99 1995-96 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2009-10

COACH Renee Baumgartner Lara Mach Renee Baumgartner Renee Baumgartner Lara Mack Renee Baumgartner Renee Baumgartner Ria Scott Ria Scott Ria Scott Ria Scott

ROUNDS 34 36 37 34 33 30 32 33

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NCAA & Pac-12 Championship Results 2000 (Eugene, Ore., host UO) 1. Arizona 2. Stanford 3. UCLA 4. California 5. USC 6. Arizona State 7. Oregon 8. Washington 9. Oregon State 10. Washington State

883 901 903 904 906 911 912 918 928 938

2006 (Tucson, Ariz., host ARIZ) 1. UCLA 2. Arizona State 3. USC 4. California 5. Arizona 6. Washington 7. Stanford 8. Oregon State 9. Washington State 10. Oregon

2001 (Tempe, Ariz., host ASU) 1. Arizona 2. Stanford 3. Arizona State 4. USC 5. Washington 6. California 7. UCLA 8. Oregon State 9. Oregon 10. Washington State

873 876 883 886 890 891 905 912 914 966

2007 (Seattle, Wash., host WASH) 1. Arizona State 897 2. UCLA 915 3. USC 921 4. Arizona 923 5. California 926 6. Stanford 935 7. Washington 938 8. Washington State 944 9. Oregon 972 10. Oregon State 982

2002 (Walla Walla, Wash., host WSU) 1. Arizona 891 2. UCLA 899 T3. Arizona State 908 California 908 T5. USC 909 Washington 909 7. Stanford 913 8. Washington State 938 9. Oregon State 958 10. Oregon 966

2008 (Palos Verdes, Calif., host USC) 1. USC 860 2. UCLA 886 3. Arizona State 891 T4. Arizona 908 T4. California 908 6. Stanford 913 7. Oregon 916 8. Washington State 932 9. Washington 936 10. Oregon State 942

2003 (Corvallis, Ore., host OSU) 1. California 2. Arizona 3. UCLA 4. USC 5. Arizona State 6. Stanford 7. Washington State 8. Washington 9. Oregon State 10. Oregon

892 897 902 903 915 920 924 929 938 943

2009 (Stanford, Calif., host Stanford) 1. Arizona State 852 2. USC 861 3. UCLA 864 4. Arizona 884 5. California 887 6. Stanford 890 7. Oregon 901 8. Washington State 911 9. Washington 913 10. Oregon State 920

2004 (Somis, Calif., host UCLA) 1. UCLA 2. California 3. Arizona T4. Arizona State USC 6. Washington 7. Stanford 8. Oregon 9. Washington State 10. Oregon State

902 920 923 928 928 930 932 947 964 989

2010 (Eugene, Ore., host Oregon) 1. Arizona 878 2. UCLA 881 3. Oregon 889 4. USC 891 5. Washington 906 6. California 909 7. Stanford 928 8. Washington State 965 9. Oregon State 967 NS Arizona State NS

2005 (Pleasonton, Calif., host CAL) 1. UCLA 874 2. Arizona State 878 3. USC 880 4. Arizona 886 5. California 894 6. Washington 897 7. Washington State 898 8. Oregon 922 9. Stanford 932 10. Oregon State 946

2011 (Tempe, Ariz., host ASU) 1. USC 2. Arizona 3. UCLA 4. California 5. Stanford 6. Arizona State 7. Oregon 8. Washington 9. Oregon State 10. Washington State

879 880 891 896 907 910 912 920 928 945

2012 (Pullman, Wash., host WSU) 1. California 881 2. USC 882 3. Arizona 884 4. UCLA 885 5. Arizona State 887 6. Colorado 888 7. Stanford 900 T8. Oregon 909 T8. Washington 909 T8. Washington State 909 11. Oregon State 917 2013 (Valencia, Calif.) 1. USC 2. Washington 3. UCLA T4. Arizona T4. Stanford 6. Arizona State 7. Oregon 8. Oregon State 9. Colorado 10. California 11. Washington State

864 869 873 880 884 891 892 914 928 942

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NCAA & Pac-12 Championship Results NCAA Championships Results Year

Top UO Finisher

1992 Leigh Hornung 1993 Karly Mills 1994 Cappy Mack

Place

Pac-10 Championships Results Score

Team

Score

Year

Place

Score

Team

Score

1987 Kim Brune

Top UO Individual

38th

369

9th

1675

T82nd

320

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T61st

315

17th

1293

1988 Lynn Yonemoto

16th

314

7th

1313

1263

1989 Starla Yamada

25th

246

7th

1015

1990 Starla Yamada

T17th

232

6th

939

1991 Lynn Yonemoto

T8th

234

T4th

946

1992 Leigh Hornung

T8th

226

5th

916

T8th

226

1993 Shannon Hare

T7th

229

T4th

934

1994 Karly Mills

T9th

229

5th

912

1995 Karly Mills

T4th

216

5th

898

T14th

224

6th

912

T38th

315

14th

1995 Shannon Hare

T29th

301

13th

1225

1997 Karen Bristow

T16th

296

7th

1200

1998 Paula Patterson

T12th

293

14th

1213

2000 Jerilyn White

T13th

298

11th

1217

2005 Johnna Nealy

T85th

307

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2009 Cathryn Bristow

T96th

316

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2010 Cheyenne Hickle

T57th

299

T23rd

1218

2013 Cassy Isagawa

T23rd

294

22

1217

NCAA Regional Championships Results

Shannon Maier

1996 Christel Tomori 1997 Paula Patterson

T9th

221

5th

901

1998 Anika Heuser

T22nd

232

8th

928

1999 Jerilyn White

T6th

219

8th

919

9th

223

7th

912

Place

Score

Team

Score

2000 Jerilyn White

1993 Cappy Mack/Shannon Maier T29th

221

9th

885

2001 Jerilyn White

9th

220

9th

914

T17th

230

10th

966

Year

Top UO Individual

1994 Karly Mills

T22nd

224

10th

912

2002 Kathy Cho

1995 Shannon Hare

T29th

301

4th

898

2003 Johnna Nealy

T12th

226

10th

943

1996 Christel Tomori

T54th

242

16th

974

2004 Johnna Nealy

T19th

234

8th

947

1997 Paula Patterson

T5th

213

6th

885

2005 Johnna Nealy

T18th

227

8th

922

2006 Erin Andrews

T15th

226

10th

945

2007 Kim McCready

T24th

237

9th

972

2008 Kate Hildahl

T16th

226

7th

916

2009 Cathryn Bristow

T10th

217

7th

901

2010 Kendra Little

T3rd

219

3rd

889

2011 Kendra Little

T6th

217

7th

892

1998 Kylie Wilson

T23rd

226

T10th

912

1999 Jerilyn White/Angie Rizzo T39th

231

T12th

932

2000 Jerilyn White/Anika Heuser T21st

223

7th

895

2001 Jerilyn White

T16th

224

9th

923

2002 Kathy Cho

T63rd

237

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2004 Johnna Nealy

T25th

224

T8th

913

2005 Johnna Nealy

T6th

220

10th

913

Pac-12 Championships Results

2008 Kendra Little

T17th

220

13th

901

Year

Place

Score

Team

Score

2009 Cathryn Bristow

T9th

215

12th

890

2012 Cassy Isagawa

T12th

222

T8th

909

2010 Kendra Little

T8th

228

T6th

939

2013 Cassy Isagawa

6th

215

7th

896

T22nd

224

9th

909

T5th

211

T6th

889

2011 Ashley Edwards 2013 Cassy Isagawa

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All-Time Wins All-Time Duck Tournament Team Wins (25) Year 1988 1988 1988 1991 1992 1993 1996 1996 1996 1996 1997 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Tournament Oregon State Dual Cougar Invitational Cougar Invitational NIKE Northwest Collegiate NIKE Northwest Collegiate NIKE Northwest Collegiate NIKE Northwest Collegiate Minnesota Invitational Kansas Dual Lady Cardinal Inviational Colby Invitational Portland Invitational Nittany Lion Fall Invitational Colby Invitational Colby Invitational Lady Aztec Invitational Lady Vandal Fall Invitational Colby Invitational Illini Spring Classic Baja Classic Oregon Duck Invitational Guistina Memorial Invitational Dick McGuire Invitational Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Topy Cup

Score 157-337-336 -- 830 342-322-328 -- 992 999* 315-310-318 -- 960 915* 301-296-299 -- 896 306-303-313 -- 922 310-301 -- 611 318* 310-305-313 -- 928 297-307 -- 606 294-303-312 -- 908 885* 297-309 -- 606 625* 595* 304-303-309 -- 918 300-303 -- 603 307-303 -- 610 298-311 - 609 297-309-294 -- 900 296-302-298 -- 896 295-296-290 -- 881 304-297-290 -- 895 298-297-293 -- 888

Course/Location Eugene/Corvallis Clarkston, Idaho -- Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. Sunriver, Ore. Minneapolis, Minn. Tuscon, Ariz. Beaumont, Texas Carmel, Calif. Portland, ore. State College, Pa. Santa Clara, Calif. Monterrey, Calif. San Diego, Calif. U. of Idaho GC, Moscow, Idaho Rancho Canada East GC, Carmel, Calif. Stone Creek GC, Champaign, Ill. Bajamar Resort, Encenda, Mexico Eugene CC, Eugene, Ore. Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. UNM Champ. Course, Albuquerque, N.M. Half Moon Bay GC, Half Moon Bay, Calif. Tanagura C.C., Tanagura, Japan

Date 4/4-6 4/18-19 -4/1-2 4/10-11 10/1-2 9/23-25 9/14-15 3/26 10/21-22 2/10-11 9/28-29 10/1-3 3/23 3/20-21 3/27-28 9/28-29 3/23-24 4/14-15 2/5-6 3/24-25 9/28-29 9/17-18 4/4-5 9/11-13

* Round-by-round results unavailable

All-Time Duck Tournament Individual Wins (30) Year 1988 1990 1991 1993 1993 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2012 2013

Tournament Cougar Invitational Oregon Invitational OSU Invitational OSU Nike Invitational OSU Nike Invitational Oregon-Kansas Dual Minnesota Invitational Santa Clara/Colby Invite Santa Clara/Colby Invite PING/ASU Thunderbird Portland Invitational Nittany Lion Fall Invitational Santa Clara/Colby Invitational Santa Clara/Colby Invitational Lady Aztec Invitational Peg Bernard California Collegiate Lady Vandal Fall Invitational Colby Invitational OSU Invitational Illini Spring Classic Baja Classic UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Duck Invitational Guistine Memorial Classic Branch Law Firm Invitational Guistina Memorial Classic Branch Law Firm Invitational Topy Cup UNM Dick McGuire Invitational

UO Champion Diana Lewton Beth Manczak Starla Yamada Amy Elieff Cappy Mack Paula Patterson Anike Heuser Anika Heuser Kylie Wilson Anika Heuser Karen Bristow Pam Sowden Karen Bristow Kylie Wilson Pam Sowden Jerilyn White Erin Andrews Michelle Timpani Cathryn Bristow Cathryn Bristow Kim McCready Cathryn Bristow Kendra Little Kendra Little Kendra Little Kendra Little Erica Omlid Cassy Isagawa Cassy Isagawa

Scores Dates Location 87-74-76 -- 237 Clarkston, Wash. 75-73-75 -- 223 3/20-21 Emerald Valley GC, Creswell 81-76-79 -- 236 4/1-2 Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. 72-78 -- 150 4/9-10 Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. 72-73-73 -- 218 10/1-2 Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. 76 3/26 Tucson, Ariz. (p71) 76-72 -- 148 9/14-15 Minneapolis, Minn. 74-75 -- 149 (t) 2/10-11 Carmel, Calif. 74-75 -- 149 (t) 2/10-11 Carmel, Calif. 74-73 -- 147 4/3-5 Karsten GC, Tempe, Ariz. 71-75-74 -- 220 9/28-29 Portland, Ore. 70-68-72 -- 210 10/1-3 State College, Pa. 71-73 -- 144 3/23 Santa Clara, Calif. 77-77 -- 154 3/20-21 Monterrey, Calif. 73-72 -- 145 (t) 3/27-28 San Diego, Calif. 76-68 -- 144 4/13-14 Stanford GC, Stanford, Calif. 72-75-72 -- 219 9/28-29 U. of Idaho GC, Moscow, Idaho 75-71 -- 146 3/22-23 Rancho Canada East GC (p71), Carmel, Calif. 70-74-73 -- 217 9/13-14 Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. 74-72 -- 146 4/14-15 Stone Creek GC, Champaign, Ill. 70-75 -- 145 2/5-6 Bajamar Resort, Baja, Calif. 69-69-70 -- 208 3/10-12 Boulder Creek GC, Las Vegas, Nev. 70-73-71 -- 214 3/24-25 Eugene CC, Eugene, Ore. 69-73-73 -- 215 9/22-23 Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. 73-68-68 -- 207 9/19-20 UNM Championship GC (p73) 73-69-72 -- 214 9/28-29 Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore. 70-72-69 -- 211 9/13-14 UNM Championship Course (p73) 71-69-69 -- 207 9/11-13 Tanagura CC, Tanagura, Japan 70-68-69 -- 207 10/21-22 UNM Championship Course (p73)

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Tournament History Anuenue Spring Break Invitational 2013 5th-886 (s) Allstate Sugar Bowl Invitational 2013 14th-611 (s) Arizona Wildcat Invitational 2000 T14th-604 (s) 2001 15th-942 (s) 2005 10th-916 (s) 2010 13th-619 (s) Arizona State/Ping Invitational 1989 15th-1025 (s) 1990 T15th-969, 1991 10th-937 (s) 1991 16th-957 (f ) 1993 9th-941 (s) 1994 T6th-923 (s) 1995 8th-922 (s) 1996 9th-929 (s) 1997 4th-905 (s) 1998 5th-900 (s) 1999 14th-950 (s) 2000 13th-916 (s) 2001 11th-915 (s) 2002 14th-927 (s) 2003 15th-934 (s) 2004 13th-915 (s) 2005 12th-908 (s) 2006 16th, 931 (s) 2009 17th-941 (s) 2013 14th-889 (s)

Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational (Washington) 1988 10th-983 (f ) 1989 T11th-1003 (f ) 1990 10th-1000 (f ) 1991 4th-949 (f ) 1992 4th-948 (f ) 1993 T3rd-918 (f ) 1994 3rd-935 (f ) 1995 7th-635 (f ) 2000 8th-932 (f ) 2002 11th-942 (f ) 2003 5th-924 (f ) 2004 T2nd-918 (f ) 2006 8th-930 (f ) 2007 3rd-900 (f ) 2008 2nd-921 (f ) 2009 8th, 955 (f ) 2010 6th-895 (f ) 2011 2nd-898 (f ) 2012 T4th-918 (f ) Golf Week Conference Challenge (Vail) 2011-5th, 908 (f) Golf World Invitational (Hilton Head) 1997-8th, 929 (s) Heather Fall Memorial (Denver) 2007 6th-901 (f ) Kitahara/Fresno State Invitational 2006 8th-607 (s), 2007 9th-618

Baja Classic 2007 1st-609 (s)

Illini Spring Classic 2006 1st-610 (s)

Battle at Rancho Bernardo (SDSU) 2011 14th-934 (s)

Indiana Invitational/Colby Invitational 2007 4th-610 (s) 2008 6th, 905 (s)

Bay Area Classic (Vallejo, Calif.) 1998 2nd-608 (s) Baylor Invitational 2010 4th-926 (s) Ben Hogan/Fripp Island Invitational 1997 4th-931 (s) Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational (Texas) 2010 8th-921 (s) Brigham Young Tournament 1987 8th-1043 (f ) 1993 2nd-934 1994 2nd-926 Bruin/Wave Invitational (UCLA/Pepperdine) 2010 10th-905 (s) Chris Johnson Invitational (Arizona) 1989 16th-998 (s) 1991 11th-943 (s) 1992 15th-964 (s) 1993 8th-927 (f ) 1994 7th-910 (s), 1995 11th-934 (f ) 1996 11th-923 (s) Duck Invitational 1989 7th-1015 (s) 1990 2nd-940 (s) 1999 2nd-621 (f ) 2002 11th-931 (s) 2003 7th-940, (s) 2004 2nd-914 (s) 2005 2nd-909 (s) 2006 6th-933 (s) 2007 T5th-943 (s) 2008 1st, 900 (s) 2009 2nd-902 (s)

Josten’s Invitational (San Jose) 1991 15th-690 (s) Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational (San Jose State) 1994 8th-970 (f ) 2002 12th-935 (s) 2003 9th-921 (s) 2009 (s) Cancelled (weather) 2011 3rd-904 (s) 2013 7th-914 (s) Kansas Dual (Tucson) 1996 1st-318 (s) Kiawah Island Invitational 2009 7th-t-917 (s) Kitahara Fresno State Invitational 2006 T8th-606 (s) 2007 9th, 618 (s) Lady Aztec Invitational (San Diego State) 2000 1st-595 (s) 2002 17th-678 (s) Lady Gator Invitational (Florida) 2008 9th-919 (s) Lady Puerto Rico Invitational 2011 10th, 922 (s) Lady Vandal Fall Invitational (Idaho) 2003 1st-918 (f ) Lamar Lady Cardinal Invitational 1995 3rd-964 (f ) 1996 1st-928 (f )

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Las Vegas Founders Showdown/Collegiate 2002 11th-953 (f ) 2005 T8th-892 (f ) 2010 6th-t (f ) Mason Rudolph Women’s Championship 2012 12th-922 (f ) Michigan State Spartan/Mary Fossum Invitational 2000 9th-311 (f ) 2002 12th-935 Minnesota Invitational 1991 2nd-625 (f ) 1996 1st-611 (f ) NCAA/Rolex Fall Preview 1993 8th-665 (at West Linn, Ore.) 1994 T10th-953 (f, at Wilmington, N.C.) 1995 17th-943 (f, at LaQuinta, Calif.) 1996 5th-940 (f, at Columbus, Ohio) 1997 T9th-924 (f, at Madison, Wis.) 1998 7th-615 (f, at Tulsa, Okla.) 1999 T7th-910 (f, at Sun River, Ore.) 2000 19th-651 (f, at Howie-in-the-Hills, Fla.) 2001 23rd-652 (f, at Auburn, Wash.) 2004 21st-912 (f ) NMSU Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational 1993 7th-918 (f ) 2003 7th-918 2006 T14th-921 (f ) 2009 5th, 885 (f ) 2010 1st-883 (f ) NIKE Northwest Collegiate (OSU) 1990 2nd-939, Team 2 4th-1014 (s) 1991 Team 1 1st-960, Team 2 2nd-986 (s) 1992 Team 1 1st-915, Team 2 4th-958 (s) 1993 Team 1 1st-896, Team 2 7th-964 (f ) 1993 2nd-627 (s) 1994 4th-942 (f ) 1995 5th-922 (f ) 1996 1st-922 (f ) 1997 UO 3, OSU2; UO 3, UW 2 (s) 1997 2nd-929 (f ) 1998 4th-915 (f ) Nittany Lion Invitational (Penn State)­ 1999 1st-885 (f ) Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge 2013 T9th-918 (s) Oregon Invitational / Fall Preview 1989 Oregon Green 9th-1032, Oregon Gold 5th-971 (f ) 1990 6th-977 (f ) 1991 7th-986 (f ) 1992 4th-945 (f ) 1992 4th-945 (f ) 1993 8th, 665 (f ) Oregon State Dual 1988 1st-830 (s) OSU/Shanico/Salbasgeon Suites/Giustina Memorial Invitational 1993 2nd-627 (s) 2001 12th-932 (f ) 2002 4th-911 (f ) 2005 2nd-894 (f ) 2006 11th-916 (f ) 2007 3rd-903 (f ) 2008 2nd-906 (f ) 2009-1st, 896 (f ) Pac-10/SEC Challenge 2010 14th-911 (f-Stanford) 2011 12th-896 (f-Tennessee)

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Tournament History Pacific Coast Intercollegiate (UO/UC Davis - Half Moon Bay) 2011 1st-891 (s) Peg Barnard California Collegiate (Stanford) 1988 7th-996 (s) 1995 5th-610 (s) 1996 4th-607 (s) 1997 3rd-608 (s) 1998 3rd-613 (s) 1999 6th-628 (s) 2001 5th-620 (s) 2004 9th-631 (s) 2005 T7th-615 (s) 2010 3rd-607 (s) Pinehurst Challenge 2004 (s, Cancelled-weather) 2005 3rd-945 (s) 2007 T13th-648 (s) Pioneer Electronics/UCLA Classic 1992 5th-957 (f ) 1993 8th 946 (f ) 1997 4th-962 (s) 1998 2nd-601 (s) 1999 5th-924 (s) 2001 T11th-926 (s) 2002 8th-925 (s) 2003 17th-973 (s) Ptarmigan Ram Classic (Colorado State) 2010 3rd-872 (f ) Portland Invitational 1998 1st-908 (f ) Rainbow Wahine/Dr. Thompson Invitational / Hawai’i Fall Classic / Kent Youel Invitational 1990 7th-977 1998 5th-924 (s) 1999 2nd-929 (f ) 2000 6th-928 (f ) 2001 17th-960 (f ) 2002 12th-931 (f )

2003 6th-914 (f ) 2004 4th-896 (f ) 2005 4th-895 2008 4th-879 (f )

2012 T14th-892 (f )

Regional Challenge (Palos Verdes) 1996 3rd-964 (s)

Turtle Bay Collegiate Invitational (Hawaii) 2009 5th-896 (f)

Rolex Match Play (Miami, Fla.) 1997 7th, 1-2 (f), 1998 UO 2-1

Yamaha USC Invitational 1988 12th-1073 (s) 1989 11th-1040 (s)

Topy Cup (Japan) 2012 1st-888 (f)

West Reg. Preview (Sac. State) 2008 2nd, 900 (s) San Francisco Invitational 2007 4th-918 (f ). Santa Clara/Colby Invitational 1997 1st-606 (s) 1999 1st-606 (s) 2000 1st-625 (s) 2004 1st-603 (s) Stanford (Pepsi) Invitational/Intercollegiate 1988 7th-996 (s) 1989 14th-992 (f ) 1990 13th-943 (f ) 1991 11th-638 (f ) 1992 T6th-930 (f ) 1993 4th 904 (f ) 1995 5th-922 (s) 1995 12th-933 (f ) 1997 4th-892 (f ) 1998 8th-912 (f ) 1999 16th-931 (f ) 2000 18th-955 (f ) 2001 16th-946 (f ) 2002 17th-963 (f ) 2003 10th-892 (f ) 2004 12th-902 (f ) 2005 12th-896 (f ) 2006 6th-878 (f ) 2007 16th-932 (f ) 2008 12th-877 (f ) 2011 4th-848 (f )

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U.S.I.U. Intercollegiate (San Diego) 1989 8th-982 (f ) 1990 4th-982 (f ) UNLV Spring Invitational 2008 3rd-869 (s) 2009 4th-t-895 (s) Utah-Dixie Invitational 1992 3rd-956 (s) 1993 2nd-934 (f ) 1994 2nd-926 (s) Verizon “Mo”morial (Houston) 2001 7th-939 (s) Washington Invitational 1987 8th-1004 (f ) Washington State Cougar Invitational 1987 3rd-1267 (s) 1988 1st-992 (s) 1988 1st-999(f )


University of Oregon Ducks

Honors NGCA Hall of Fame 2004 Renee Mack Baumgartner All-Americans 1997 2012

Paula Patterson (1st) Cassy Isagawa (2nd)

NGCA All-America Scholars 2012 Cali Hipp 2009 Monika Graf 2008 Kate Hildahl 2007 Kate Hildahl Therese Wenslow 2006 Therese Wenslow 2004 Therese Wenslow 2003 Therese Wenslow 2002 Kathy Cho 2000 Dawn Berry (1st) Anika Heuser (1st) Angie Rizzo (1st) 1999 Karen Bristow (1st) 1998 Karen Bristow (1st) Anika Heuser (1st) 1997 Karen Bristow (1st) 1996 Susie Roh (2nd) 1995 Susie Roh (2nd) 1994 Cappy Mack (1st) 1993 Cappy Mack (1st) All-Pacific 12 Teams 2013 Cassy Isagawa (2nd) 2012 Cassy Isagawa (1st) All-Pacific-10 Teams 2010 2009 2008 2007

Kendra Little (2nd) Kendra Little (2nd) Cathryn Bristow (HM) Cathryn Bristow (2nd) Kendra Little (2nd) Kim McCready (HM)

KENDRA LITTLE All-Pac-10 2008, ‘09, ‘10

2006 2005 2004 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Cathryn Bristow (HM) Johnna Nealy (2nd) Kim McCready (HM) Erin Andrews (HM) Jerilyn White (2nd) Pam Sowden (HM) Jerilyn White (HM) Karen Bristow (HM) Paula Patterson (2nd) Anika Heuser (HM) Kylie Wilson (HM) Paula Patterson (1st) Anika Heuser (HM) Kylie Wilson (HM) Paula Patterson (HM) Shannon Hare (HM) Cappy Mack (HM) Leigh Casey (HM) Shannon Maier (HM)

Academic All-Pacific-10 2013 Cali Hipp (HM) Monica Petchakan (HM) 2012 Raphaela Dyer (HM) Cheyenne Burbank (HM) Academic All-Pacific-10 2011 Cheyenne Burbank (HM) Erica Omlid (HM) 2010 Erica Omlid (HM) 2009 Monika Graf (2nd) Cathryn Bristow (HM) Kate Hildahl (HM) Erica Omlid (HM) Blair Ressler (HM) 2008 Kate Hildahl (2nd) Blair Ressler (HM) 2007 Therese Wenslow (1st) Kim McCready (2nd) 2006 Therese Wenslow (1st) 2005 Kim McCready (HM)

CATHRYN BRISTOW All-Pac-10 2006, ‘08, ‘09 GODUCKS.COM

2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

Therese Wenslow (1st) Jaime Seefried (HM) Michelle Timpani (HM) Annie Davis (1st) Jaime Seefried (HM) Kathy Cho (1st) Jaime Seefried (HM) Dawn Berry (1st) Anika Heuser (1st) Angela Rizzo (2nd) Pam Sowden (HM) Kylie Wilson (HM) Karen Bristow (1st) Dawn Berry (HM) Angie Rizzo (HM) Anika Heuser (1st) Karen Bristow (2nd) Karen Bristow (2nd) Susie Roh (2nd) Susie Roh (2nd) Cappy Mack (1st) Becca Giersdorf (HM) Cappy Mack (1st) Shannon Maier (2nd) Stacy Smith (HM) Nancy Crawford (HM) Shannon Maier (HM) Beth Manczak (HM)

Golfweek All-American 2012 Cassy Isagawa (1st) Golfweek All-Freshman 2012 Cassy Isagawa

KIM McCREADY All-Pac-10 2006, ‘07

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Honors Renee Mack Award (Player of the Year) 2013

Cassy Isagawa

2012

Cassy Isagawa

2011

Kendra Little

2010

Kendra Little

2009

Cathryn Bristow

2008

Cathryn Bristow

2007

Kim McCready

2006

Cathryn Bristow

2005

Johnna Nealy

2004

Johnna Nealy

2003

Therese Wenslow

2002

Kathy Cho

2001

Jerilyn White

2000

Jerilyn White

1999

Karen Bristow

1998

Paula Patterson

1997

Paula Patterson

1996

Christel Tomori

1995

Shannon Hare

1994

Karly Mills

Most Improved 2013

Avery Sills

2011

Erica Omlid

2010

Avery Sills

2009

Monika Graf

2008

Erica Omlid

Kate Hildahl

2007

Cathleen Ward

2006

Erin Andrews

2005

Victoria Wenslow

2004

Michelle Timpani

2003

Annie Davis

2002

Jess Carlyon

2001

Lacy Erickson

2000

Angie Rizzo

1999

Pam Sowden

1998

Dawn Berry

1997

Karen Bristow

1996

Karen Bristow

1995

Susie Roh

1994

Shannon Hare

Impact Award 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

Cali Hipp Cali Hipp Monika Graf Ashley Edwards Blair Ressler Cathryn Bristow Kim McCready Cathryn Bristow Therese Wenslow Johnna Nealy Michelle Timpani Jaime Seefried Claire Hunter Claire Hunter Kylie Wilson Jerilyn White Kylie Wilson Tara Keller Tara Keller Christel Tomori Karly Mills Christel Tomori Becca Giersdorf Cappy Mack

2013 TEAM AWARD WINNERS

CASSY ISAGAWA Player of the Year

AVERY SILLS Most Improved

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Letterwinners Andrews, Erin Berney, Kristen Berry, Dawn Bleyhl, Laura Bristow, Cathryn Bristow, Karen Brune, Kim Burbank, Cheyenne Burton, Sara Carlyon, Jessica Casey, Leigh Cho, Kathy Cole, Shelby Cox, Kathleen Crawford, Nancy Cunningham, Katie Cunningham, Kimi Davis, Annie Dyer, Raphaela Eastick, Felicia Edwards, Ashley Eickmann, Anna Eilers, Jeanne Elieff, Amy Erickson, Lacy Giersdorf, Rebecca Graf, Monika Hall, Jennifer Haney, Carol Hare, Shannon Heckeroth, Megan Heuser, Anika Hickle, Cheyenne Hildahl, Kate Hipp, Cali Holte, Heather Hornung, Leigh Hunter, Claire Huston, Heather Inglis, Caroline Isagawa, Cassy

2003, 04, 05, 06 1996 1998, 99, 2000, 01 1991 2006, 07, 08, 09 1996, 98, 99 1987 2010, 11, 12, 2013 1987 2002, 03, 04, 05 1991, 93, 94, 95 2001, 02 1990, 91 1989 1990, 91, 92 2001, 02, 03, 04 1998, 99, 2000, 01 2002, 03 2011, 12, 13 2007, 08, 09, 10 2009, 10, 11, 12 1996 1996 1990, 91, 93, 94 2001, 02, 03 1992, 93, 94, 95 2009, 10, 11 1989 1987 1992, 93, 94, 95 1999, 2001 1998, 2000 2010, 11 2007, 08, 09, 10 2012,13 1996 1989, 90, 91, 92 1999, 2000, 01 1989 2013 2012, 13

Kawada, Michie Keller, Tara Larsen, Sue Lewton, Diana Little, Kendra Mack, Cappy Maier, Shannon Manczak, Beth McCready, Kim Melrose, Kim Mills, Karly Nealy, Johnna Omlid, Erica Patterson, Paula Pianalto, Anna Petchakan, Monica Ressler, Blair Riddle, Starla Rizzo, Angie Roh, Susie Schuberg, Nancy Schumacher, Lisa Schumacher, Lisa Seefried, Jaime Sills, Avery Sky Seo, Hanule Smith, Julia Smith, Stacy Jo Sowden, Pam Taylor, Brooke Thomas, Michelle Timpani, Michelle Tomori, Christel Wenslow, Therese Wenslow, Victoria White, Jerilyn Wilson, Kylie Wong, Leanne Yamada, Starla Yonemoto, Lynn

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1996 1996 1987 1989 2008, 09, 10, 11 1993, 94 1990, 91, 92, 93 1989, 91, 92 2004, 05, 06, 07 2002, 03 1992, 93, 94, 95 2002, 03, 04, 05 2008, 09, 10, 11 1995, 96, 98 1989, 90, 92, 93 2012, 13 2008 1990 1998, 99, 00 1993, 94, 95, 96 1987 1987 1989 2002, 03, 04 2010, 11, 12, 13 2013 2000, 01 1993 1998, 99, 2000 1994, 96 1989 2003, 04, 05, 06 1993, 94, 95, 96 2003, 04, 06, 07 2005, 06, 07 1998, 99, 2000, 01 1996, 98, 2000 1993 1989, 90, 91, 92 1989, 90, 91

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UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION Dr. Michael Gottfredson

Rob Mullens

President • Second Year

Director of Athletics • Fourth Year University of West Virginia, B.A., M.A.

Dr. Michael R. Gottfredson joined the University of Oregon as its 17th president in 2012. Previously, he was a professor of criminology, law, and society and of sociology at the University of California, Irvine, where he also served as executive vice chancellor and provost since 2000. Gottfredson holds a Ph.D. and an M.A. from the State University of New York, Albany, and an A.B. from the University of California, Davis. His research and teaching specialties are the causes of crime and delinquency and the criminal justice process. He (with Travis Hirschi) is well known for the development of the self-control theory of crime and delinquency and for the study of how these behaviors relate to age. The theory has stimulated a great deal of research, and their description of how and why age relates to crime has become central to research, theory, and policy about crime and delinquency. Gottfredson’s work on victimization led to the development of the “lifestyle/opportunity” theory of criminal victimization, a prominent explanation for differential risks from crime. His systematic study (with Don Gottfredson) of how arrest, prosecution, and sentencing decisions are made in criminal justice contributed to greater understanding of the use of discretion and to the widespread use of structured guidelines in the criminal law. As an administrator, he led a major expansion of the UC-Irvine infrastructure, blending state, campus, and private support. He helped to create the California Institute for Telecommunications and Technology, including the construction of a $55 million research facility, and the new public law school. Gottfredson is the author or editor (with others) of several books, including Control Theories of Crime and Delinquency (2003); Personal Liberty and Community Safety (1995); The Generality of Deviance (1994); A General Theory of Crime (1990); Decision-making in Criminal Justice (1988); Positive Criminology (1987); Policy Guidelines for Bail: An Experiment in Court Reform (1985); Understanding Crime (1980); and Victims of Personal Crime (1978). He has published numerous articles in journals, including Criminology, American Journal of Sociology, American Sociological Review, Advances in Criminological Theory, and various law reviews. He has frequently consulted with state, county, and federal governments concerning criminal justice policy. Gottfredson is a Fellow of the American Society of Criminology and was the Andersen Consulting “Professor of the Year” in 1996 at the University of Arizona’s College of Business and Public Administration. Prior to joining UC-Irvine, Gottfredson served in several positions at the University of Arizona from 1985 to 2000, including interim senior vice president for academic affairs and provost, vice provost, and vice president of Undergraduate Education. Other academic positions Gottfredson has held include associate professor at the Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California, from 1983-1985; associate professor of sociology, University of Illinois, Urbana, from 1981 to 1983; assistant professor at the Graduate School of Criminal Justice, State University of New York at Albany from 1977 to 1979; and director of the Criminal Justice Research Center in Albany, New York, from 1976 to 1979. He is married to Karol Gottfredson, who was the coordinator of the Intern Teacher Credential Program at UC-Irvine. The Gottfredsons have a daughter, Katherine, a son, Bryan, a daughter-in-law, Meghan, and two young granddaughters.

Since being named the University of Oregon’s 12th director of intercollegiate athletics on July 15, 2010, Rob Mullens has wasted little time in putting his own stamp on the continual success of the Ducks’ athletics department while being the beneficiary of one of the most successful eras in school history. Mullens arrived at Oregon from the University of Kentucky, where he served as deputy director of athletics and managed day-to-day operations of Kentucky’s 22-sport athletics department, with an annual operating budget of $79 million. His background is in accounting and auditing, and he promoted sound fiscal management and self-sufficiency at the University of Kentucky. During his total of eight years at Kentucky, the athletic department’s operating budget expanded by nearly 70 percent. Fundraising for the department hit record levels each of the past seven years prior to his departure. In his brief tenure in Eugene, he has implemented his philosophy of financial effiency while overseeing an $87.8 million budget for the coming year, in addition to enhancing the department’s model of self-sufficiency. He also was at the helm as the Ducks opened their spectacular Matthew Knight Arena, witnessed the football team thrive in the BCS National Championship game as one of the school’s 12 programs advancing to post-season play, and proudly watched as the school claimed national championships in women’s indoor track & field and acrobatics and tumbling. Off the field, Mullens was just as excited to witness an accumulated graduation rate of 74 percent among all of the Ducks’ student-athletes, a single-season best six first-team Capital One Academic All-Americans and 105 academic all-conference honorees. Prior to being named deputy director of athletics at Kentucky in 2006, Mullens began as the university’s executive associate director of athletics in 2002. He served at the University of Maryland from 1996 to 2002, starting as assistant director of athletics for business and ultimately as executive senior associate director of athletics and chief of staff. The West Virginia native was senior athletics business manager at the University of Miami (Fla.) from 1994 to 1996, and prior to that he was an accountant/auditor at Ernst & Young in Raleigh, N.C. Mullens (7/19/69) went to school at West Virginia University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in sport management. He and his wife, Jane, have two sons, Cooper (9) and Tanner (6).

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