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Table of Contents • Quick Facts • Credits 2012-13 Roster • 2012-13 Schedule Primary Media Outlets OSU Golf History Cowboy Scholarship Endowment Cowboy Pro-Am Karsten Creek Golf Club Karsten Creek Donors Cowboy Golf Coaches Solheim Tribute This Is Oklahoma State University

COACHES 18 Alan Bratton, Head Coach 20 Brian Guetz, Assistant Coach 21 John Stemm, Athletic Trainer/Strength & Conditioning 21 Ryan Cameron, Coordinator of Media Relations 22 Mike McGraw – 2005-2013 24 Mike Holder – 1973-2005 28 Labron Harris, Sr. – Father of OSU Golf

PLAYERS 30 32 34 36 37 38 40 41 42

Ian Davis Kevin Dougherty Talor Gooch Sam Lee Tanner Kesterson Jordan Niebrugge Wyndham Clark Brendon Jelley, Andrew Lewis Stratton Nolen, Zachary Olsen

HISTORY 126 128 138 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158

OSU at the NCAA Championships NCAA Champion Teams Year-By-Year NCAA Tournament School-by-School Consecutive NCAA Appearances NCAA Tournament Team Records NCAA Championship Finishes OSU at Conference Championships Individual Big Eight Tournament Finishes Individual Big 12 Tournament Finishes Conference Tournament Team Records OSU at the NCAA Regional Individual Regional Finishes

RECORDS 160 161 161 162 163 163 164 165 168 170 172 172 173 174 175 176

Individual Records Year-by-Year Individual Leaders Miscellaneous Individual Stats All-Time Most Rounds in the 60s Year-by-Year Team Statistics Team Season Records Team Titles since 1973 Team Titles in Chronological Order All-Time Individual Medalists Medalists in Chronological Order Individual Medalists History Top-10 Individual Finishes (’73-present) All-Time College Rankings Cowboy Victories in Major Amateur Events OSU in International Competition OSU at the Ryder Cup & President’s Cup

CREDITS The Oklahoma State University Men’s Golf Guide was written and edited by Coordinator of Athletic Media Relations Ryan Cameron and Alan Bratton, Head Coach. It was designed and produced by Grant Hawkins Design. Karsten Creek photos were taken by Mike Klemme, Golfoto/provided by Henebry Photography; and, Chris Carroll. Action photos provided by Kevin Allen, Kohler Co.; Jeremy Cook, OSU; Terry Harris, Ardmore; Mike Holder, OSU; Will Hart, NCAA Photos; Craig Jenkins, GCAA; Tony Sargent, Stillwater; James Schammerhorn, OSU; Steve Spatafore, Sportography; Sideline Sports; Brian Tirpak, Western Kentucky; Golf Coaches Association of America; The Daily Oklahoman; the PGA Tour and Matt Deason, Doug Healey, Monte Mahan, Sandy Marucci, Brad Payne, Ed Robinson, Phil Shockley and Paul Rutherford; Tina Uihlein, USGA. Mug shots and team photo taken by George Bulard. Oklahoma State University, in compliance with Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Executive Order 11246 as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, American with Disabilities Act of 1990, and other federal laws and regulations, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices or procedures. This includes, but is not limited to admissions, employment, financial aid, and educational services.

REVIEW 44 45 47 50

2012-13 Schedule & Results 2012-13 Individual Statistics 2012-13 Team Statistics Oklahoma State Golf - In The News

HONORS 54 55 56 57 58 59 61 62 105 107 108 111 112 113 117 118 120 122 124

All-Americans by School All-American Honorees for Selected Teams Three-Time First-Team All-Americans Two-Time First-Team All-Americans One-Time First-Team All-Americans All-America Selections & All-America Selections by Year Labron Harris’ OSU All-Americans OSU’s All-Americans Fred Haskins Player of the Year Jack Nicklaus Player of the Year Ben Hogan Award Byron Nelson Award Mickelson Award Winners NCAA Individual Champions Academic All-Americans OSU Golf Lettermen Cowboys on the PGA Tour Pro Victories Cowboys & Major Championships

2013-14 QUICK FACTS Location Stillwater, Oklahoma, 74078 Founded Dec. 25, 1890 Enrollment 33,464 Nickname Cowboys School Colors Orange and Black Affiliation NCAA Division I Conference Big 12 President Burns Hargis Vice President for Athletic Programs Mike Holder, Oklahoma State, 1970 Head Coach Alan Bratton Oklahoma State, 1995, First Year Associate Head Coach Brian Guetz Oklahoma State, 1997, Third Year Athletic Dept. Phone (405) 744-7714

2012-13 REVIEW Big 12 Finish NCAA Finish Tournament Wins Individual Medalists Returning All-Americans Returning Lettermen Other Returners Newcomers Lettermen Lost

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MEDIA RELATIONS Media Relations Phone (405) 744-7714 Media Relations Fax (405) 744-7754 Associate AD/Media Relations Kevin Klintworth Coordinator, Media Relations Ryan Cameron Assistant AD/Media Relations Gavin Lang Coordinator, Media Relations Wade McWhorter Coordinator, Media Relations Michael Noteware Men’s Golf SID Ryan Cameron Office Phone (405) 744-4854 Mobile Phone (405) 742-4363 E-mail ryan.cameron@okstate.edu Media Relations Address 220 Athletics Center, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078

GOLF OFFICE Head Coach Assistant Coach Karsten Creek Web Site:

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Alan Bratton alan.bratton@okstate.edu Brian Guetz brian.guetz@okstate.edu (405) 743-1658 http://www.okstate.com


2013-14 ROSTER & SCHEDULE

2013-14 ROSTER NAME Wyndham Clark Ian Davis Kevin Dougherty Talor Gooch Brendon Jelley Tanner Kesterson Sam Lee Andrew Lewis Jordan Niebrugge Stratton Nolen Zach Olsen

HT 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-10 5-8 6-4 6-4 5-4 6-0

CLASS So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr.

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL Denver, Colo./Valor Christian Edmond, Okla./Deer Creek Murrieta, Calif./Vista Murrieta Midwest City, Okla./Carl Albert Tulsa, Okla./Jenks Plano, Texas/Prestonwood Christian Academy Suva, Fiji/Rampur College Mississauga, Ontario, Canada/Appleby College Mequon, Wis./Homestead Austin, Texas/Westlake Cordova, Tenn./Memphis University School

Alan Bratton - Head Coach Brian Guetz - Assistant Coach

2013-14 SCHEDULE DATES Sept. 13-15 Sept. 29-30 Oct. 18-20 Oct. 28-29 Feb. 6-8 Feb. 23-25 March 7-9 March 14-16 March 24-25 April 5-6 April 25-27 May 15-17 May 22-28

TOURNAMENT Fighting Illini Invitational Jack Nicklaus Invitational U.S. Collegiate Royal Oaks Invitational American Airlines Invitational John Hayt Collegiate Southern Highlands Collegiate National Invitational Tournament The Floridian Invitational Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship NCAA Regional NCAA Championship

LOCATION Chicago, Ill. Columbus, Ohio Alpharetta, Ga. Dallas, Texas Kona, Hawaii Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Las Vegas Tucson, Ariz. Palm City, Fla. Bryan, Texas Trinity, Texas TBD Hutchinson, Kan.

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COURSE Olympia Fields CC Scarlet Course Golf Club of Georgia Royal Oaks CC Waikoloa Kings Course Sawgrass CC Southern Highlands GC Tucson National Floridian GC Traditions GC Whispering Pines GC Prairie Dunes CC


PRIMARY MEDIA OUTLETS ORGANIZATIONS OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY Athletic Media Relations 220 OSU Athletics Center Oklahoma State University Stillwater, OK 74078 (405) 744-7714 • (405) 744-7754 fax www.okstate.com

LEARFIELD SPORTS — COWBOY SPORTS PROPERTIES 160 Athletics Center Oklahoma State University Stillwater, OK 74078 (405) 744-3480 Kip Racy, general manager <kracy@learfield.com>

BIG 12 CONFERENCE 400 E. John Carpenter Freeway Irving, TX 75062 (469) 524-1000 • (469) 524-1045 fax www.big12sports.com

PRINT MEDIA ASSOCIATED PRESS — OKC BUREAU Central Park One 525 Central Park Dr., Ste, 202 Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 525-2121 • (405) 524-7465 fax TBA, writer <TBA@ap.org> Sue Ogrocki, photographer <sogrocki@ap.org>

DAILY O’COLLEGIAN 106 Paul Miller Building Oklahoma State University Stillwater, OK 74078 (405) 744-8367 • (405) 744-7936 fax Christian Favalora, sports editor <sports.ed@ocolly.com> www.ocolly.com

THE OKLAHOMAN 9000 N. Broadway • P.O. Box 25125 Oklahoma City, OK 73125 (405) 475-3314 • (405) 475-3183 fax Mike Sherman, sports editor John Helsley, beat writer <jhelsley@opubco.com> www.newsok.com

DALLAS MORNING NEWS

KANSAS CITY STAR 1729 Grand Blvd. • Kansas City, MO 64108 (816) 234-4355 • (816) 234-4360 fax Chris Fickett, assistant sports editor/colleges Blair Kerkhoff <bkerkhoff@kcstar.com> www.kcstar.com

POSSE MAGAZINE 102 OSU Athletics Center Stillwater, OK 74078 (405) 744-7192 • (405) 744-9084 fax Bruce Waterfield, editor <bruce.waterfield@okstate.edu>

STILLWATER NEWSPRESS 211 West Ninth • Stillwater, OK 74076 (405) 372-5000 • (405) 372-3112 fax Jason Elmquist, sports editor <jelmquist@stwnewspress.com> www.stwnewspress.com

TULSA WORLD P.O. Box 1770 • Tulsa, OK 74102-1770 (918) 581-8355 • (918) 581-8352 fax Michael Peters, sports editor <mpeters@tulsaworld.com> Kelly Hines, beat writer <kelly.hines@tulsaworld.com> www.tulsaworld.com

TELEVISION - OKC KFOR-TV (NBC) 444 E. Britton Rd. • Oklahoma City, OK 73113 (405) 478-6366 • (405) 478-6337 fax Bob Barry, Jr., sports director <bob.barryjr@kfor.com> Brian Brinkley <brian.brinkley@kfor.com> Dylan Buckingham <dylan.buckingham@kfor.com> Nate Feken <nate.feken@kfor.com> www.kfor.com

KOCO-TV (ABC) 1300 E. Britton Rd. • Oklahoma City, OK 73131 (405) 478-6681 • (405) 475-7306 fax Bryan Keating, sports director <bkeating@hearst.com> Carson Cunningham <ccunningham@hearst.com> Abigail Ogle <aogle@hearst.com> www.koco.com

KOKH-TV (FOX)

508 Young St. • Dallas, TX 75202 (214) 977-8766 • (800) 651-0580 fax Mark Konradi, deputy sports editor/colleges <mkonradi@dallasnews.com> Chuck Carlton <ccarlton@dallasnews.com> www.dallasnews.com

P.O. Box 14925 • Oklahoma City, OK 73111 (405) 843-2525 • (405) 475-9120 fax Myron Patton, sports director <mpatton@okcfox.com> Curtis Fitzpatrick <cfitzpatrick@okcfox.com> Sam Gannon <sgannon@okcfox.com> www.okcfox.com

ENID NEWS & EAGLE

KWTV-TV (CBS)

227 W. Broadway • P.O. Box 1192 Enid, OK 73702 (580) 233-6600 • (580) 548-8147 fax Dave Ruthenberg, sports editor <daver@enidnews.com> www.enidnews.com

7401 N. Kelley Ave. • Oklahoma City, OK 73111 (405) 841-9954 • (405) 841-9989 fax Dean Blevins, sports director <dean.blevins@news9.net> Chuck Fisher <chuck.fisher@news9.net> Steve McGehee <steve.mcgehee@news9.net> www.news9.com

FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM 400 W. Seventh • Fort Worth, TX 76102 (817) 390-7760 • (817) 390-7789 fax Celeste Williams, managing editor/sports <cxwilliams@star-telegram.com> www.star-telegram.com

TELEVISION - TULSA COX SPORTS OKLAHOMA 11811 E. 51st St. South • Tulsa, OK 74146 Mike Wolfe <mike.wolfe@coxmedia.com>

KJRH-TV (NBC) 3701 S. Peoria • Tulsa, OK 74105 (918) 748-1537 • (918) 748-1566 fax Al Jerkens, sports director <jerkens@kjrh.com> Cayden McFarland <mcfarland@kjrh.com> www.kjrh.com

KOKI-TV (FOX) 2625 S. Memorial • Tulsa, OK 74129 (918) 491-0023 • (918) 388-0156 fax Nathan Thompson, sports director <nthompson@fox23.com> Andrew Carter <acarter@fox23.com> Martina Del Bonta <mdelbonta@fox23.com> www.fox23.com

KOTV-TV (CBS) 302 S. Frankfort • Tulsa, OK 74120 (918) 732-6146 • (918) 732-6185 fax John Holcomb, sports director <john.holcomb@newson6.net> Charlie Hannema <charlie.hannema@newson6.net> Harold Kuntz <harold.kuntz@newson6.net> www.newson6.com

KTUL-TV (ABC) P.O. Box 8 • Lookout Mountain • Tulsa, OK 74101 (918) 445-9363 • (918) 445-9359 fax Rick Pendergraft, sports director <rpendergraft@ktultv.net> John Laws <jlaws@ktultv.net> John Moss <jmoss@ktultv.net> www.ktul.com

RADIO FOX SPORTS RADIO KEBC 1340 AM 50 Penn Place • Suite 1000 Oklahoma City, OK 73018 (405) 840-5271 • (405) 858-5335 fax Randy Renner <randyrenner57@yahoo.com> www.sportsradio1340.com

STILLWATER RADIO KSPI 93.7 FM • 780 AM 408 Thomas Rd. • P.O. Box 1269 Stillwater, OK 74076 (405) 372-7800 • (405) 372-6969 fax Rex Holt, sports director Bill Van Ness <stillwaterradio@coxinet.net> www.stillwaterradio.net

THE BUZZ — KQLL 1430 AM 5801 E. 41st St., Ste. 900 • Tulsa, OK 74135 (918) 664-2810 • (918) 665-0555 fax Chris Plank, sports director <cplank@1430thebuzz.com> www.1430thebuzz.com

THE FRANCHISE — KRXO 107.7 FM 400 East Britton Road Oklahoma City, OK 73114 (405) 478-5104 • (405) 475-7021 fax Randy Heitz, sports director <randy.h@tylermedia.com> www.thefranchiseok.com

GO POKES MAGAZINE

THE SPORTS ANIMAL WWLS 98.1 FM • 640 AM 4045 NW 64th, Ste. 600 Oklahoma City, OK 73116 (405) 848-0100 • (405) 848-1497 fax Randy Heitz, sports director <randy.heitz@cumulus.com> Matt Meyer <matt.meyer@cumulus.com> www.thesportsanimal.com

TRIPLE PLAY SPORTS RADIO 105.1 FM • 1020 AM • 1580 AM 114 W. Seventh • Stillwater, OK 74074 (405) 377-5325 • (405) 533-1051 or 1020 Logan Gourley, sports director <logan@eteamradio.com> Robert Allen, host <robt.allen@sbcglobal.net> www.tripleplaysportsradio.com

TULSA SPORTS ANIMAL 97.1 FM • 1550 AM Kevin Ward, sports director <kward@sportsanimaltulsa.com> www.sportsanimaltulsa.com

OTHERS ARDMORE ARDMOREITE 117 W. Broadway • P.O. Box 1328 Ardmore, OK 73402 (800) 873-0211 • (580) 226-0050 fax Erik Horne, sports editor <erik.horne@ardmoreite.com>

BARTLESVILLE EXAMINER-ENTERPRISE P.O. Box 1278 Bartlesville, OK 74005 (918) 335-8200 • (918) 335-0601 fax Mike Tupa, sports editor <mtupa@examiner-enterprise.com>

KSWO-TV (ABC) — LAWTON Highway 7 East • Lawton, OK 73501 (580) 355-7000 • (580) 355-0059 fax Kyle Weatherly, sports director <kweatherly@kswo.com> Colin Deaver <cdeaver@kswo.com> www.kswo.com

LAWTON CONSTITUTION 102 SW Third • P.O. Box 2069 Lawton, OK 73501 (580) 585-5124 • (580) 585-5140 fax Joey Goodman, sports editor <jgoodman@lawton-constitution.com>

MCALESTER NEWS CAPITAL & DEMOCRAT 500 S. Second St. • P.O. Box 987 McAlester, OK 74502 (918) 423-1700 • (918) 426-3081 fax Matt Goisman, sports writer <mgoisman@mcalesternews.com>

MUSKOGEE PHOENIX & TIMES DEMOCRAT 214 Wall St. • P.O. Box 1968 Muskogee, OK 74402 (918) 684-2910 • (918) 684-2878 fax Mike Kays, sports editor <sports@muskogeephoenix.com>

PONCA CITY NEWS 300 N. Third Ponca City, OK 74601 (580) 765-3311 • (580) 765-7800 fax David Miller, Kyle Kendrick <sports@poncacitynews.com>

SHAWNEE NEWS-START

Mike Dempsey, editor <miked@scout.com> Terry Tush, writer <terry@scout.com> www.gopokes.com

215 N. Bell St. Shawnee, OK 74801 (405) 273-4200 • (405) 273-4207 fax Fred Fehr, sports editor <charles.fehr@news-star.com>

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OKLAHOMA STATE GOLF HISTORY For the last 67 years, the Oklahoma State men’s golf program has continuously been an example of excellence both on and off the golf course. The tradition of excellence established by the school is among the nation’s best. The consistency of its outstanding performance is a tribute to the school’s first three coaches and its long list of outstanding players. With only three coaches through its first 66 years, the Oklahoma State program has been able to consistently maintain its high level of success. From 1947 to ’73, the program was in the hands of the legendary Labron Harris, who passed away on August 14, 1995, at the age of 86. From 1973-2005, Mike Holder, who played for Harris, was at the helm before turning the reins of one of collegiate sport’s elite programs over to first-year head coach Mike McGraw for the 2005-06 season. The 2013-14 campaign will see one of the program’s former standouts in Alan Bratton assume the head coaching role. How much stability and production has the program had? Well, Oklahoma State competed in an NCAA-record 65 consecutive NCAA Championships from 1947 to 2011. During those 65 consecutive appearances at the national tournament, OSU produced an amazing record. The Cowboys have claimed 10 national team championships, including the 2006 title. OSU has posted 16 runner-up finishes and finished among the top five 51 times and in the top 10 on 55 occasions during those 65 years. In addition, OSU has produced eight NCAA individual championships. In 1958, Ab Justice became OSU’s first official AllAmerican, and, overall, OSU players have earned All-America mention 165 times, including 57 first-team selections. Since the golf coaches started naming academic All-America teams in 1984, Cowboys have earned that honor on 29 occasions. Cowboy golfers have earned national honors on a regular basis. Nine players have been named the top collegiate golfer in the country during a particular season including Lindy Miller (1978), Bob Tway (1981), Willie Wood (1982), Scott Verplank (1986), Alan Bratton (1994), Charles Howell (2000), Hunter Mahan (2003), Pablo Martin (2006), Rickie Fowler (2008) and Peter Uihlein in 2011. Four Cowboys have earned first-team All-America honors three times including Miller, Tway, Verplank and Kevin Wentworth. Five others have earned the prestigious Ben Hogan Award. Wentworth claimed the award in 1990, Trip Kuehne was the recipient in 1995, Hunter Mahan in 2003, Rickie Fowler in 2008 and Peter Uihlein was the latest honoree in 2011. Zack Robinson was named the winner of the Byron Nelson Award in 2006.

Following the 1987 NCAA Championship, Labron Harris and Mike Holder posed for this shot with the many trophies their respective teams had won through the years. The Cowboys have entered 541 tournaments during the past 39 years and have won 209 times for an unbelievable 38.6 winning percentage. OSU has also managed 121 runner-up finishes, meaning the Cowboys have been first or second in 61 percent of the tournaments they have entered. Notable players that competed for OSU during the Harris years include Earl Moeller, Ab Justice, Bob Dickson, Danny Edwards, George Hixon and Mark Hayes. Holder era standouts include Lindy Miller, Bob Tway, Scott Verplank, Kevin Wentworth, David Edwards, Willie Wood, Brian Watts, Michael Bradley, Alan Bratton, Chris Tidland, Charles Howell, Hunter Mahan and Bo Van Pelt. Notable players during the Mike McGraw era include : Pablo Martin, Jonathan Moore, Rickie Fowler, Morgan Hoffmann and Peter Uihlein.

Over the years, Oklahoma State has always been among the nation’s top teams. While dual play was in fashion during the Labron Harris years, tournament play took over in the 1970s. Since 1974 when Mike Holder became head coach, OSU’s tournament success has become legendary.

Ab Justice

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OKLAHOMA STATE GOLF HISTORY THE OSU TRADITION  Competed in an NCAA-record 65 consecutive NCAA Championships from 1947 to

2011, winning 10 national titles and finishing lower than fifth just 14 times.  Owns 54 conference titles, including 36 of 39 Big Eight championships. OSU also lays

claim to 46 individual conference champions.  Boasts 165 All-Americans, including at least one first-team All-American in 41 of the

last 55 years.  Has produced eight NCAA individual championships, including Earl Moeller (1953),

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Grier Jones (1968), David Edwards (1978), Scott Verplank (1986), Brian Watts (1987), E.J. Pfister (1988), Charles Howell (2000) and Jonathan Moore (2006). Has produced 10 National Players of the Year in Lindy Miller (1978) Bob Tway (1981), Willie Wood (1982), Scott Verplank (1986), Alan Bratton (1994 co-winner), Charles Howell (2000), Hunter Mahan (2003), Pablo Martin (2006), Rickie Fowler (2008) and Peter Uihlein (2011). Has produced 29 Academic All-Americans since honors started in 1984 Boasts eight student-athletes who earned first-team Athletic and Academic AllAmerican honors. Has been under the direction of only four coaches as Labron Harris coached from 1947 to ’73, Mike Holder led the program from 1973 through 2005 before Mike McGraw took over during the fall of 2005. Alan Bratton moved into the head coaching role for the 2013-14 campaign.

Pablo Martin

THE FIRST 67 YEARS  In 1947, when OSU first fielded a golf team that would win the Missouri Valley

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Conference Championship and finish fifth at the NCAA Championship in its inaugural season. Former head coach Mike Holder was still a year away from being born. In 1953, OSU’s Earl Moeller won the individual national title. In 1958, OSU joined the Big Eight Conference, winning the team title in its first year in the league and then finishing second at the NCAA Championship, then its highest finish at the tournament. In 1963, OSU claimed its first NCAA team title, edging Houston by one shot. George Hixon was the NCAA individual runner-up by one stroke. In 1968, Grier Jones joined Moeller as NCAA individual champions from OSU. July 1973, Mike Holder hired as Head Coach. In 1975, OSU started a stretch where it finished first or second at the NCAA Championship in 13 of 14 years. In 1978, David Edwards claimed the NCAA individual title as the Cowboys won NCAA team championship number 3. In 1986, OSU started a three-year string that saw a Cowboy win the NCAA individual championship each spring. Scott Verplank in 1986, Brian Watts in 1987 and E.J. Pfister in 1988. In 1991, OSU won NCAA team championship number seven. Karsten Creek opens in May 1994.

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consecutive year boasted the individual runner-up at the meet as Alan Bratton was second in 1994 and Chris Tidland finished runner-up in 1995. In 1996, OSU celebrated in 50th year of collegiate golf excellence as arguably the nation’s premier program. In 2000, OSU won NCAA Team Championship number nine in a playoff over Georgia Tech. Charles Howell, fueled by a record-breaking performance, became OSU’s seventh individual champion. In 2005, Oklahoma State became the first team to capture four Big 12 Championships. Four months later Mike McGraw is hired as Oklahoma State’s third Head Coach. In 2006, OSU continued its record streak of competing in every NCAA Championship for the last 60 years and captured its 10th NCAA title. In 2007, the Cowboys captured their 50th conference championship, a national record. OSU’s second-place finish at the NCAA Championship in 2010 marked the 50th topfive showing in the program’s history. Peter Uihlein became the fourth Cowboy to win the U.S. Amateur Championship in 2010. In 2013, Alan Bratton became the fourth head coach in program history and Jordan Niebrugge became the first Cowboy to win the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship.

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COWBOY SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT PROGRAM Twenty-five years ago, Oklahoma State University launched a program to endow the athletic grants-in-aid for the men’s golf program. At that time it would take $50,000 invested in the OSU Foundation to earn enough interest to pay for one student-athlete’s educational expenses for one year. The first year, $50,000 was raised and the scholarship was named in honor of the University’s first golf coach, Labron Harris, Sr. That same year, an endowment in memory of Stephen B. Payne was started by his family through a $30,000 donation, which was matched by $20,000 from the Endowed Scholarship Sponsors of the Cowboy Pro-Am. These two scholarships were followed by grants from T.A. Mace, T.J. Dulaney, Dr. Kemper Lain in memory of his father Taylor Lain, Wilfred A. Clark in memory of his son Brian, E.L. Ball, Tom Carey and Tommy Moore.

Jean Neustadt

Labron Harris Sr.

E.L. Ball

T.J. Dulaney

Today, the endowment fund contains more than $3.1 million, but tuition increases dictate that this total continue to grow in the future. Tom Mace

Stephen B. Payne

Taylor Lain

2012 COWBOY PRO-AM SPONSORS $50,000 T. Boone Pickens, Roberts County, Texas Cheryl & John Clerico, Tulsa

$25,000 Penny & Garland Cupp, Edmond Joyce & Harold Courson, Perryton, Texas Mark Fairbairn, Winchester Rickie Fowler, Jupiter, Florida Jerry Marshall, Tulsa Pam & Mike McGraw, Stillwater Stillwater National Bank Tina & Wally Uihlein, Orlando, Florida Joan & Richard Welborn, Ponca City

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$5,000 Donna & Jerry Clack, Tulsa Lerri & Rick Cooper, Oklahoma City Maria & Peter Davidsson, New York, New York Margo & Kent Dunbar, Tulsa Cindy & Charlie Eitel, Naples, Florida Nancy Ellis, Oklahoma City Darleen & J.C. Joyce, Tulsa Kristi & Steve Kelle, South Haven, Kansas Lessel-Dougherty Family Billie & Ross McKnight, Throckmorton, Texas Jean & Bob Schuetz, Tulsa Shannon & Phil Smith, Tulsa Trish & Jim Thomas, Stillwater Kathy & John Yeaman, Dallas, Texas

Acushnet Company Carla & Bryant Coffman, Tulsa Kayleen & Larry Ferguson, Hot Springs, Arkansas Karsten Manufacturing, Phoenix, Arizona Lon Kile, Southlake, Texas Julie Ann & David Ronck, Dallas, Texas Titleist & Footjoy Worldwide

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$2,500 American Fidelity, Bill Durrett, Oklahoma City Nancy & Jack Betts, Stillwater Mary Ellen & Gary Bridwell, Edmond Sally & Kim Combs, Dallas, Texas Jerry Ann & Cotton Dunn, Dallas, Texas Liz & Jay Gehl, Carmel, Indiana Linda & Mike Guetz, Scottsdale, Arizona Karen & Steve Haworth, Inverness, Illinois Holly & Clay Healey, Oklahoma City Jennifer & Drew Hetzler, Batavia, Ohio Steve Hill, Atlanta, Georgia Robbie & Mike Holder, Stillwater Molly & Barry Howell, Atlanta, Georgia Lon Huff, Edmond Amy & Brett Jameson, Stillwater Carol & E. Carey Joullian, Oklahoma City Vickie & Tucker Link, Finley Pam & Joe Martin, Stillwater Katie & Matt Moore, Edmond Suzanne & Norman Myers, Austin, Texas Susan & Speedy Nash, Austin, Texas Brooke & Ashley Newsome, Stillwater Sibley & Brian Pauling, Tulsa Susan & Philip Ryan, Oklahoma City Hazel & Neal Seidle, Tulsa Lisa & Mark Snell, Clinton, Missouri Pam & Doug Tewell, Oklahoma City Diane & Stephen Tuttle, Tulsa Kathryn & Mike Upchurch, Woodward Barbara & Jim Westermeyer, Clayton, California Karen & Dennis Wing, Bixby Mary Jane & Brent Wooten, Wichita, Kansas


COWBOY PRO-AM A MIGHTY OAK: PRO-AM ROOTED IN FRIENDSHIP By Clay Billman

Holder says a number of donors have been active participants over the years.

Oklahoma State’s Karsten Creek golf course is nestled among acres of blackjack oak trees, but the incomparable facility and the unparalleled program it houses can be traced back to a single seed planted in the early 1970s. What’s more, Boone Pickens Stadium and athletic village project share the same roots as Karsten: the Cowboy Pro-Am golf tournament.

“There have been so many people who’ve been loyal and consistent in their contributions to the program … people like the late Bud Seretean. He didn’t make it back for the Pro-Am every year, but he contributed every year. There are a lot of people like that.”

The acorn of an idea was planted by the legendary Labron Harris and cultivated by a rookie head coach named Mike Holder. But it grew into a mighty oak because of a man named Jerry Walsh. Holder’s mentor, longtime OSU golf coach Labron Harris, Sr., was in charge of hosting the 1973 NCAA Championship in Stillwater. To raise funds for the event, he held a golf scramble at the Stillwater Country Club in the fall of 1972 featuring former players and friends of the program. “That was to be his swan song, the last tournament he was going to coach in, and he wanted to put on a great show,” Holder recalls. “It was the first time the National Championship had ever been in Stillwater, so it was a big deal. It was a big event for Oklahoma, and he wanted to have the resources to do a good job. The Pro-Am got some money into the coffers to help with that.” “He went around the state promoting it for at least a year,” Holder adds. “The really great thing that came from his efforts was the number of people that showed up for the NCAA Tournament. I want to guess there were over 10,000 spectators at the country club for the last round alone. I’ve always contended that for the next 25 years, maybe even longer, that you could have totaled up every spectator at every one of those (NCAA) events and it wouldn’t equal what showed up in Stillwater in 1973. It was phenomenal. There hasn’t been anything like it since. When we hosted in 2003, we didn’t come close to those numbers.” Upon Harris’ retirement, Holder was hired as the program’s head coach and inherited a meager golf budget. “My goal in those early years was to survive and raise enough money to have a competitive program,” he says. “When I took over the golf program, the total budget was $27,000. That included my salary, recruiting, scholarships, team travel, everything. You couldn’t go very far on that. You couldn’t fund enough scholarships, and you certainly couldn’t travel very far. “Labron Harris did a great job with a small amount of money, but he was a penny-pincher. He was a great coach and did a lot with very little. He took a lot of pride in that, and I think a lot of the players who played for him – me included – benefited from that attitude. But to compete on a national level and recruit on a national level, I

Holder says he first met Walsh at Lakeside Golf Club, where the Stillwater native was taking lessons from Harris.

Boone Pickens, Mike Holder and Jerry Walsh needed to show the players that we had resources. We needed to have the money to offer a scholarship, number one, and number two, we had to show them that we were serious about winning at a high level, and that meant playing against the best competition, which took more money than what was in that budget.” At the time, OSU professor Fred Tewell, the father of Cowboy golfers Doug and Denny, suggested Holder hold a fundraising tournament on an annual basis. “Fred told me when I first got the job, ‘You need to raise some money for your program. What you should do is take that Pro-Am concept that Labron Harris had and just continue it’ … I think we made around $7,000 that first year and probably had 80-100 players.” The Cowboy Pro-Am has been an annual event ever since, and the current director of athletics makes no bones about its ultimate impact on the university and how common friendships forged a foundation for uncommon philanthropy. “The 1973 Cowboy Pro-Am is the main reason you see every improvement that’s happened in that football stadium and the athletic village,” says Holder. “One guy –the late Jerry Walsh – brought two friends to the Pro-Am that first year. He brought Boone Pickens and Sherman Smith. That relationship between those three guys and their bond to OSU through the Pro-Am, fostered through three decades, is the reason that you see this transformation, this metamorphosis, of OSU Athletics. You go back and erase 1973, you’d still be looking at old Lewis Field, because the lead gift on the stadium was Boone Pickens.” Facilities were on Holder’s mind from the start. “That first year that I was a coach, I decided I wanted to build a golf course,” Holder says. “The conduit to eventually build Karsten Creek was the Pro-Am and the relationships and loyalty established through talking to people and getting more donors to play in it. Plus, people who initially gave at a low level saw that it made a big difference in the program, probably more than they anticipated. That encouraged them to give more because they felt like they got a good value for their donation. I always took pride in that.”

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“I was a player at the time, and we got well acquainted because I was always there hitting practice balls,” Holder says. “He’d come out to Lakeside and hit practice balls and hang around with the golf team. Jerry was the kind of guy who talked to everybody. He never met a stranger. He was a people person. He got to where he liked me, so when I got the head coaching job, he came by to see me. We visited for a while, and he asked me what I needed. It was primarily money, and he said, ‘I’ll help you any way I can.’ When the Pro-Am came to fruition, he brought Sherman and Boone with him.” The trio were not just close friends, but business associates, Holder says. “Jerry Walsh was in the mud business. Sherman Smith was in the drilling business. Boone Pickens had an oil company. Boone and Sherman bought all of their drilling mud from Jerry. And Sherman drilled all the wells for Mesa (Boone’s company).” The contributions of those men cannot be understated, he says. “You look back through the history of OSU, those are two of the largest donors. Sherman Smith’s got to be number three on the list (behind Malone Mitchell) and Boone Pickens is obviously number one. Jerry would’ve given a lot more money had he lived longer. (Walsh and his wife, Jane, were killed in a car accident in 1995.) He loved the university and he had an interest in athletics because of our relationship, and that reconnected Boone Pickens to athletics and the university. He was Boone’s best friend. They talked every single morning. “It just goes to show you the power and the difference one man can make if he has the right motives. Jerry Walsh made all the difference in the world for this university. Most people don’t even know who he was. All he was trying to do was help OSU. Doing the right thing for the right reasons is powerful.”


KARSTEN CREEK GOLF CLUB

Dreams do come true, and Karsten Creek serves as testimony to the ability of man to prosper in the face of adversity. Conceived in the mind of one man and brought to life through the efforts of many over a period of 15 years, Karsten Creek now serves as a daily reminder of the commitment to excellence of the OSU golf program. Karsten Creek was built for the OSU golf teams, and its purpose is to aid in the recruitment and development of future OSU stars. It was designed by Tom Fazio and honored as the Best New Public Course for 1994 by Golf Digest Magazine. It stretches over 7,400 yards with SR1020 bent-grass greens and zoysia fairways. All of the holes were carved from the native oak trees surrounding Lake Louise. Karsten Creek was so named to honor Karsten Solheim, the founder of Karsten Manufacturing, and Lake Louise honors his wife. Their support of OSU golf over the last 25 years has been instrumental in the success of the golf team. Without them, Karsten Creek would never have become a reality. In the May 1998 edition of Golf Digest, Karsten Creek Golf Club was awarded its first five-star rating, making the course one of 10 in the nation to be so honored. The rating was not a surprise to those who have followed the course from its opening in May 1994, when the heralded Tom Fazio design received the Best New Public Course in the Nation award. Since that time, the course has gone on to receive numerous accolades. Karsten Creek joined the likes of Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course and Pinehurst Resort and Country Club (No. 2). Four of these courses have hosted major championships, and most of the others maintain national prominence. While other courses are located in resort areas or near the coasts, Karsten Creekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s surprising beauty is derived from an unsuspecting tract of land that is densely covered with black jack and pin oak trees and contains dramatic elevation changes that are not common to the heartland of America. As the course continues to mature, it steadily climbs all of the top 100 lists across thecountry and has been ranked as the best college course in the country by Travel & Leisure Golf magazine.

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KARSTEN CREEK GOLF CLUB

The golf course’s first college event was the Karsten Creek Collegiate in 1996, only two years after its opening. Karsten Creek then played host to the NCAA Central Regional in May of 2001 before serving as the host of the 2002 Ping/Golfweek Preview, an event which invites the top 15 teams in the country and is held at the site of the following spring’s NCAAChampionship. The following May, the nation’s top 30 teams arrived in Stillwater for the 103rd NCAA Championship. Clemson claimed the team title, while the host Cowboys finished as the runner-up at two shots off the pace of the Tigers. Interestingly enough, the top five teams heading into the tournament all finished in the order they were ranked, 1-5. Karsten Creek was built to host championships and has done so recently. Since 2006, the course has played host to the Ping Invitational and once again hosted the NCAA Championship in 2011 with Augusta State claiming the title and the Cowboys reaching the semifinals.

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KARSTEN CREEK GOLF CLUB

The dining room at Karsten Creek also serves as the training table for the Cowboy Golf team.

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KARSTEN CREEK GOLF CLUB

KARSTEN CREEK PRACTICE FACILITY In addition to one of the country’s finest golf courses, Cowboy Golf boasts an elaborate practice facility that is used exclusively by the men’s and women’s golf teams. Players can work on all facets of their games in order to continue the legacy that is Cowboy Golf

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KARSTEN CREEK GOLF COURSE HOLE DONORS Hole #1 Hole #2 Hole #3 Hole #4 Hole #5 Hole #6 Hole #7 Hole #8 Hole #9 Hole #10 Hole #11 Hole #12 Hole #13 Hole #14 Hole #15

Hole #16 Hole #17 Hole #18

Robbie and Mike Holder, Stillwater, Okla. Virginia and Speck Holder, Stillwater, Okla. William K. Warren, Jr., Tulsa, Okla. (In memory of Speck Holder) Tiitleist and Foot-Joy Worldwide Boone Pickens, Dallas, Texas Nancy Ellis, Kathy and Hal Brown, Bond Payne, Nan Payne, and Angela Payne, all of Oklahoma City Mary Frances and Sherman Smith, Tulsa, Okla. La Versa Holder, Blackwell, Okla. Lisa and Mark Snell, Warsaw, Mo. Virginia Snell, Altus, Okla. Bonnie and Dennis Smith, Oklahoma City, Okla. Lisa and Rob Geresi, Stillwater, Okla. Leitner and Ken Greiner, Oklahoma City, Okla. Anonymous Laurie and Bill Dobbs, Tulsa, Okla. Marcheta and Jim Hays, Tulsa, Okla. Louise and Ed Cobb, Tulsa, Okla. Jean and Bob Schuetz, Tulsa, Okla., Melissa and Paul Sorrentino, Stillwater, Okla. Sue and John Taylor, Enid, Okla. Bob Coleman, Oklahoma City, Okla. Barbara and Tom Naugle, Tulsa, Okla. Louise and Karsten Solheim, Phoenix, Ariz.

Labron Harris Range — Susan and Roger Brown, Arkansas City, Kan. Team Range — Jerry Baker, Muskogee, Okla.

HOLE-BY-HOLE Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 OUT

Par 5 4 3 4 4 4 3 4 5 36

Yards 542 458 198 349 481 350 206 459 623 3666

Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 IN Total

Tom Fazio, Karsten Creek Architect

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Par 4 3 4 4 5 3 4 4 5 36 72

Yards 477 209 351 425 570 217 471 471 551 3742 7408


COWBOY GOLF COACHES

Mike Holder and Labron Harris guided OSU’s program for its first 59 years

In his first season as the Cowboys’ head coach, Mike McGraw directed OSU to its 10th NCAA Title. Labron Harris laid the foundation for golf at Oklahoma State

Coach Holder, Associate Head Coach Mike McGraw and Former Assistant Coaches Bruce Heppler and Fred Warren at the 2002 OSU Golf Reunion.

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Mike Holder won his Eighth NCAA Title in 2000.


KARSTEN SOLHEIM TRIBUTE A GREAT FRIEND OF COWBOY GOLF Any successful program is not without its very special supporters, and Karsten Solheim was certainly a great friend of Cowboy Golf. Solheim, who revolutionized the golf industry n the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s, will long be remembered for his outstanding contributions to golf-club design. A native of Bergen, Norway, Solheim moved with his family to Seattle as a little boy. Karsten had a great love for engineering, and despite having to leave the University of Washington after one year due to lack of funds during the Great Depression, he would later continue his engineering training during World War II. Moving to San Diego, Calf., Solheim worked as a flight research engineer in the 1940s, working on the Fireball jet fighter. In 1951, he worked as a project engineer for the Atlas missile’s first ground guidance system. In 1953, he began a lengthy association with General Electric, becoming a mechanical design engineer on sophisticated radar and guidance systems at GE’s facility in Ithaca, N.Y. It was in Ithaca that he first played golf at the age of 42. Throughout the 1950s, he continued golf as a hobby and became keenly interested in designing the world’s first heel-toe-balanced putter. In doing so, he changed the game of golf forever. The production of the first PING putter (so named because of the sound it made at ball contact) eventually took him into the golf-design business full time. During the 1960s, Solheim had been working on his own line of irons and woods. In July 1967, he incorporated as Karsten Manufacturing Corporation, and soon, his heeltoe weighting theory for clubs revolutionized the industry. He also pioneered investment casting in the golf-club manufacturing business. Over the years, an important business principle for Solheim was giving back to the game that meant so much to him. He made major contributions to many athletic centers at universities and clerical institutions, including Stillwater’s Karsten Creek Golf Club. He supported collegiate golf and made it a high priority within the company. As a result, virtually every major golf company has a presence in college golf today. Karsten Solheim’s belief in and support of Oklahoma State University’s golf program has been a major reason for the team’s success. His memory will always be a cherished part of the history of Karsten Creek and OSU golf.

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OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY Oklahoma’s only university with a statewide presence, Oklahoma State University is a five-campus, public educational system that improves the lives of people in Oklahoma, the nation, and the world by adhering to its land-grant mission of high-quality teaching, research and outreach. OSU research, scholarship, and creative activities promote human and economic development through the expansion of knowledge and its application. Established as a result of the Morrill Act, the Stillwater campus is the home of the OSU System. OSU was founded on Dec. 25, 1890, as Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College. On July 1, 1957, Oklahoma A&M College became Oklahoma State University. The OSU System has an enrollment of more than 36,000 students across its five campuses with the largest freshman class in school history expected for the fall of 2012. Named Oklahoma’s inaugural Truman Honor Institution for its production of Truman Scholars, OSU today boasts students from all 50 states and nearly 120 nations. There are more than 200,000 OSU alumni throughout the world. When it comes to outreach, OSU reaches across the state of Oklahoma. It has five campuses: Stillwater, which includes the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences; OSU-Tulsa; OSU-Oklahoma City; OSU Institute of Technology in Okmulgee; and the OSU Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa, which includes the OSU Medical Center. OSU also boasts 16 agricultural experiment stations statewide, extension offices in 76 counties, a new sensor testing facility in Ponca City, and a biosciences institute in Ardmore in partnership with the Noble Foundation. With more than 350 undergraduate and graduate degrees and options, as well as professional degree programs in medicine and veterinary medicine, OSU and its nine different colleges provide unmatched diversity of academic offerings. OSU conducts innovative research and technology transfer that enhance Oklahoma’s economic vitality and its quality of life. The focus has expanded greatly since 1890, but the third cornerstone of the university’s land-grant mission remains as crucial for the future of Oklahoma as it was at statehood. Interdisciplinary collaborations with academic institutions, government agencies, private business, and industry ensure that contributions of faculty and student researchers to the development of new knowledge and its dissemination are pertinent and lasting. Areas of emphasis include: alternative energies and conservation; animalbased agriculture and biotechnology; environmental protection; food production and safety; health and medicine; manufacturing and advanced materials; national defense and homeland security; sensors and sensor technologies; and transportation and infrastructure. Although OSU is a large, comprehensive university, its size does not minimize the personal attention given to each student. OSU encourages all students when they first enroll to identify the college in which they wish to major. Because the average number of students majoring in any one department is less than 150, the student can count on personal attention in a friendly environment. OSU offers students many distinct advantages. It has more than 2 million volumes in the library; modern research laboratories and equipment; excellent physical education, recreation and student union facilities; nationally-recognized residence hall programs; outstanding cultural events; and 36 nationally-affiliated fraternities and sororities that provide a stimulating educational and social environment.

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OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY HISTORY The story of Oklahoma State University began on Christmas Eve, 1890, at the McKennon Opera House in Oklahoma’s territorial capital of Guthrie when Territorial Governor George W. Steele signed legislation establishing an Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College (OAMC) in Payne County. OAMC’s first students assembled for class on Dec. 14, 1891, even though there were no buildings, no books, and no curriculum. The college’s first students attended classes in the Stillwater Congregational Church. The original campus consisted of 200 acres of prairie that were donated by four local homesteaders. The college’s first six graduates received their diplomas in 1896. Visitors to the OSU campus often marvel at its beauty and consistency of architecture. Much of the credit goes to legendary president, Henry G. Bennett, who served from 1928-1951. Dr. Bennett’s 25-year campus master plan envisioned some of the university’s most famous and beautiful structures, including the Edmon Low Library and the OSU Student Union. A new campus master plan is guiding unprecedented construction that is making OSU more competitive in academics and athletics. Starting in the fall of 2008, OSU has opened the

new Multimodal Transportation Terminal, the new North Classroom Building, the west end zone of Boone Pickens Stadium, refurbished Old Central, the Donald W. Reynolds Architecture Building and an upgraded Murray Hall. It has opened the new Henry Bellmon Research Center and is nearing completion on a major renovation of the Student Union. Hall of Fame Avenue on the north and University Avenue on the south have both been significantly upgraded, and the university has started an update to its campus landscape plan. OSU grew quite rapidly following World War II. The post-war years were marked by a huge enrollment surge. Some graduates from that era may remember “Veteran’s Village,” a thriving community that developed on the northwest edge of campus as veterans and their families moved into surplus military housing provided by the college. The mid-1940s also were a golden era for athletics at Oklahoma A&M. In a 90-day period in early 1945, A&M teams won the Cotton Bowl, the NCAA championship in wrestling, and the NCAA championship in basketball. The next year, the wrestling and basketball teams repeated as national champions, and the football team won the Sugar Bowl. Coaches and players from that era are now sports legends. Coach Henry Iba set a national standard in basketball and Edward Gallagher took his wrestling teams to international prominence.

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By the 1950s, the college had grown substantially. In 1957, Oklahoma A&M became The Oklahoma State University for Agriculture and Applied Science. During the next three decades, OSU would build academic programs to match its new status. Enrollment more than doubled from 10,385 in 1957 to more than 23,000 in the 1980s. OSU became a statewide university system, adding branches in Okmulgee in 1946 and Oklahoma City in 1961. OSU merged with the Oklahoma College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1988, and OSU-Tulsa was born in 1999. Today, OSU has more than 36,000 students across five campuses and a presence in every Oklahoma county through its extension offices and experiment stations. From six graduates in 1896, to nearly 5,000 annually today, the small college on the prairie has grown and prospered far beyond the dreams of its founders. OSU teaching, research and graduates are making a bigger impact on the lives of people around the world than ever before. It’s a great time to be a Cowboy!


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ALAN BRATTON HEAD COACH FIRST YEAR AT OSU OKLAHOMA STATE, 1995 A former standout at Oklahoma State as a player, Alan Bratton will take the reins of the Cowboy golf program in 2013-14, becoming just the fourth head coach since the program’s inception in 1947. Bratton makes his return to the men’s side after a successful two-year run as head coach of the OSU women’s squad. The 2012-13 campaign saw Bratton direct the Cowgirls to their eighth Big 12 title and first since 2009. His squad also posted victories at the Landfall Tradition as well as the SMU Invitational. The Cowgirls capped the season with a 12th-place showing at the NCAA Championship.

In the process, Bratton was named the Big 12 Coach of the Year, while Kelsey Vines capped her career by earning second-team All-America honors for the second year in a row. She was also named the Big 12 Player of the Year for the second-straight season. Additionally, Julie Yang capped her first season in Stillwater with honorable mention All-America status. Both players notched victories during the season with Vines winning the Hurricane Invitational and Yang emerging victorious at the SMU DAC Invitational. After taking over the program in 2011-12, Bratton and Co. produced immediate results. OSU’s first event under his direction proved to be a memorable one. The Cowgirls erased a 21-shot deficit during the final round at the Dale McNamara Invitational to emerge victorious. Behind the second-lowest 18-hole score in school history, the Cowgirls rallied for a five-shot victory. Bratton’s squad made it two in a row with a one-shot win in its next outing at the Windy City Collegiate Classic. The outing in Chicago also produced his first individual medalist in Vines. Vines would go on to win once more during her first season in Stillwater en route to earning Big 12 Player and Newcomer of the Year honors. Additionally, she became Bratton’s first All-American, earning second-team honors. Bratton moved into his first head coaching position after a successful sevenyear run as the associate head coach for both the men’s and women’s golf programs at OSU. In his seven seasons with the Cowboys, the program won its 10th national title in 2006 and produced its eighth NCAA champion in Jonathan Moore. Additionally, the Cowboys finished in the top five at the NCAA Championship on five occasions and captured six conference crowns. During his tenure, OSU generated 23 All-Americans, including 10 first-team selections. The Cowboys also produced national players of the year in Rickie Fowler, Pablo Martin and Peter Uihlein. Bratton was instrumental in Uihlein becoming the program’s fourth U.S. Amateur champion, serving as the All-American’s caddy for his 2010 victory at Chambers Bay. On the women’s side, he helped prepare the Cowgirls for back-to-back top-10 finishes at the national tournament. In 2009, OSU finished fourth before tying for eighth place the following year. The Cowgirls also captured three Big 12 titles during Bratton’s time on staff.

Alan Bratton and Peter Uihlein

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Individually, the Cowgirls produced four first-team All-Americans during his time as an assistant. Among those earning the distinction was Caroline Hedwall, who left Stillwater as the most decorated player in school history after becoming the Cowgirls’ first NCAA champion and national player of the year in 2010. A native of College Station, Texas, Bratton has had a hand in the day-to-day coaching and recruiting efforts for both the Cowboy and Cowgirls since his return. Bratton returned to OSU after spending three years as a player development manager for Ping where he worked to enhance the company’s college and amateur programs. Prior to his stint at Ping, Bratton played professionally from 1995-2000, competing on the Asian Tour from 1996-97, the PGA Tour in 1999 and the Buy.com Tour in 2000. During his professional career, Bratton competed in 31 PGA events and posted a pair of top-25 finishes, tying for 25th at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am and tying for 15th at the Nissan Open. Bratton regained his amateur status in 2006 and immediately enjoyed a successful run upon his return to competitive golf. During his first summer back in action, he claimed the Oklahoma State Amateur title before winning the local qualifier for the U.S. Amateur. In addition, he competed in the Western Amateur and qualified for the U.S. Mid-Amateur.

As a Cowboy, Bratton was a four-time All-American, earning first-team honors in 1994 and 1995, and was named co-recipient of the 1994 Jack Nicklaus Award, honoring the nation’s top player. As a senior in 1995, he led OSU to the eighth of its 10 national championships in one of the most legendary victories in college golf history with the Cowboys taking down Stanford in a playoff. The Big Eight Player of the Year in 1992 and 1994, Bratton also captured conference medalist honors in 1992 and 1995. He is currently tied for fourth on the school’s all-time list with seven career victories. Bratton was equally successful in the classroom, garnering Academic AllAmerica honors in 1994 and 1995 on his way to earning a degree in business administration. Bratton and his wife, Gretchen, who is also an OSU graduate, have three children: Mason, Noah and Gunnar.

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BRIAN GUETZ ASSISTANT COACH THIRD YEAR AT OSU OKLAHOMA STATE, 1997 Entering his third season as the Cowboysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; assistant coach is Brian Guetz. No stranger to the Cowboy program and the expectations that come with it, Guetz was a three-year letterwinner for OSU from 1995-97 under former head coach Mike Holder. Guetz returned to Stillwater after spending the 2011 spring season as an assistant coach at Colorado State. While working with the CSU program, Guetz helped the Rams to a runner-up showing at the NCAA Colorado Regional, an event won by the Cowboys. The showing helped CSU advance to the 2011 NCAA Championship, which was held in Stillwater at Karsten Creek. Individually, Guetz worked with all-region performer Ryan Peterson as well as All-America Scholar Zahkai Brown. A native of Littleton, Colo., Guetz competed for the Cowboys from 1993-97, earning third-team All-America status in 1996. He was an honorable mention All-America pick as well as an All-Big 12 selection the following season. In 1994, Guetz won the Colorado Open as an amateur and took medalist honors at the Canadian Tour Qualifying School in 2000. A three-time winner on the Gateway Tour, Guetz captured his first Canadian Tour event title in 2006 and recaptured the Colorado Open crown in 2008. Guetz played professionally from 1997-2009, competing as a member of the Nationwide Tour, Canadian Tour, Asian Tour and Gateway Tour during that time. Guetz graduated from OSU in 1997 with a degree in economics. He and his wife, Dana, have a daughter, Riley, and a son, Brody.

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JOHN STEMM ATHLETIC TRAINER/STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH 13TH YEAR AT OSU MINNESOTA STATE-MANKATO, 1990 Entering his 13th year at Oklahoma State and tenth year as the athletic trainer for the Cowboy and Cowgirl golf programs is John Stemm. In his athletics department capacity, he functions as the rehabilitation coordinator for all intercollegiate sports. Stemm arrived in Stillwater via the Tulane Institute of Sports Medicine in New Orleans where he served as an orthopedic/sports medicine rehabilitation specialist for five universities, 26 area high schools and two semi-professional teams. He has conducted research on the static and dynamic balance of golfers and the effects of positive and negative self-talk on balance in Division I golfers. In addition, Stemm has worked closely with a biochemist on digital analysis of the golf swing. He has also performed orthopedic entrance evaluations for Mackie Shilstone’s golf fitness program that has serviced numerous PGA and Nationwide Tour players.

Stemm has extensive experience with shoulder and knee dysfunction, but has also received special training in manual therapy of the lumbar, thoracic and cervical spine. A consultant to several Division I programs in developing a golf-specific conditioning program for their respective student-athletes, Stemm holds professional memberships in APTA, NATA and Sports Physical Therapy Section. Stemm has submitted two works, “Static and Dynamic Balance in Golfers” and “Weight Transfer Consistencies of the Elite Collegiate Golfer”, for publication and is currently collecting data on the physiological, biochemical and nutritional status requirements of elite collegiate golfers. A 1990 graduate of Minnesota State-Mankato with a B.S. degree in athletic training, Stemm received his M. Ed. in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training in 1993 from Temple and is a 1997 graduate of the University of Sciences in Philadelphia with a master’s degree in physical therapy.

RYAN CAMERON COORDINATOR OF MEDIA RELATIONS 13TH YEAR AT OSU OKLAHOMA STATE, 2000 Ryan Cameron enters his 13th year as a coordinator of media relations and is the primary contact for women’s basketball and men’s and women’s golf. Prior to his appointment as a coordinator, Cameron was a graduate assistant in the media relations office for one year, with primary responsibilities covering women’s soccer and men’s golf. He also worked one year as a student assistant as well, serving as the contact for men’s and women’s tennis. In addition to his work at OSU, Cameron worked as the public relations intern at the National Wrestling Hall of Fame for three years and was on the media relations staff at the 2000 U.S. Olympic Wrestling Team Trials.

He has served as the media coordinator for several golf tournaments, including the 2003 and 2011 NCAA Championships, 2003 Big 12 Championship and the 2001 NCAA Central Regional, and oversaw the statistics crew at the 2003 NCAA Men’s Basketball Regional in Oklahoma City. In addition, he worked the 2006 Senior PGA Championship as well as the 2007 PGA Championship. Cameron has also worked a pair of bowl games, the 2004 Cotton Bowl and the 2004 Alamo Bowl, as well as the men’s basketball Final Four that same year. The Mustang, Okla. native received his bachelor’s degree in public relations from Oklahoma State in the spring of 2000. He enjoys playing golf and watching the Atlanta Braves in his spare time.

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OSU PAST GOLF COACHES MIKE Mc McGRAW HEAD COACH, 2005-2013 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA, 1982

1 National Championship 5 Big 12 Championships 4 NCAA Regional Championships 19 Team Runner-Up Finishes

30 TEAM VICTORIES (92 TOTAL EVENTS) · Hall of Fame Invitational (2006) · Morris Williams Invitational (2006) · The Maxwell (2006) · NCAA Central Regional (2006) · NCAA Championship (2006) · Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play Championship (2006) · Big 12 Championship (2007) · The Maxwell (2007) · Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational (2007) · Big 12 Championship (2008) · The Maxwell (2008) · Ping/Golfweek Preview (2008) · Morris Williams Intercollegiate (2009) · Aggie Invitational (2009) · Big 12 Championship (2009) · NCAA South Central Regional (2009) · Ping/Golfweek Invitational (2009) · Isleworth Collegiate Invitational (2009) · Linger Longer Invitational (2010)

· Big 12 Championship (2010) · NCAA Southeast Regional (2010) · Ping/Golfweek Preview (2010) · Jack Nicklaus Invitational (2010) · Ameri Ari Invitational (2011) · Southern Highlands Collegiate (2011) · Oregon Duck Invitational (2011) · Augusta State invitational (2011) · Big 12 Championship (2011) · NCAA Colorado Regional (2011) · Royal Oaks Intercollegiate (2012)

30 INDIVIDUAL MEDALISTS · Pablo Martin (Ping/Golfweek Preview, 2005) · Pablo Martin (Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational, 2005) · Jonathan Moore (The Maxwell, 2006) · Jonathan Moore (NCAA Central Regional, 2006) · Jonathan Moore (NCAA Championship, 2006) · Jonathan Moore (Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate, 2007) · Pablo Martin (Big 12 Championship, 2007) · Rickie Fowler (Fighting Illini Invitational, 2007) · Trent Leon (U.S. Collegiate, 2008) · Rickie Fowler (Big 12 Championship, 2008) · Kevin Tway (NCAA Central Regional 2008) · Rickie Fowler (Aggie Invitational, 2009)

· Morgan Hoffmann (Ping/Golfweek Preview, 2008) · Morgan Hoffmann (Morris Williams Intercollegiate, 2009) · Morgan Hoffmann (Big 12 Championship, 2009) · Kevin Tway (NCAA South Central Regional, 2009) · Peter Uihlein (Gaillardia Intercollegiate, 2009) · Trent Whitekiller (Linger Longer Invitational, 2009) · Trent Whitekiller (Fighting Illini Invitational, 2009) · Peter Uihlein (Ping/Golfweek Invitational, 2009) · Peter Uihlein (Gifford Collegiate, 2009) · Kevin Tway (Puerto Rico Classic, 2010) · Peter Uihlein (NCAA Southeast Regional, 2010) · Peter Uihlein (Fighting Illini Invitational, 2010) · Morgan Hoffmann (Southern Highlands Collegiate, 2011) · Kevin Tway (Augusta State Invitational, 2011) · Peter Uihlein (Aggie Invitational, 2011) · Morgan Hoffmann (Big 12 Championship, 2011) · Kevin Tway (NCAA Colorado Regional, 2011) · Ian Davis (Royal Oaks Intercollegiate, 2012)

9 FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS · Pablo Martin (2006) · Jonathan Moore (2006) · Rickie Fowler (2008, 2009) · Morgan Hoffmann (2009, 2011) · Peter Uihlein (2010, 2011) · Kevin Tway (2011)

1 FRED HASKINS AWARD WINNER · Pablo Martin (2006)

1 JACK NICKLAUS AWARD WINNER · Pablo Martin (2006)

2 BEN HOGAN AWARD WINNERS · Rickie Fowler (2008) · Peter Uihlein (2011)

3 PHIL MICKELSON AWARD WINNERS · Jonathan Moore (2006) · Rickie Fowler (2008) · Morgan Hoffmann (2009)

1 NCAA MEDALIST · Jonathan Moore (2006)

5 PALMER CUP PARTICIPANTS · Pablo Martin (2006) · Jonathan Moore (2007) · Rickie Fowler (2008) · Morgan Hoffmann (2009) · Trent Leon (2009) McGraw was named the inaugural recipient of the Jan Strickland Coach of the Year Award in 2003.

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OSU PAST GOLF COACHES THE McGRAW FILE Born: Family: Education:

April 18, 1960 Wife, Pam Central Oklahoma, 1982 (Broadcast Communications)

COACHING CAREER Volunteer Assistant Coach, Edmond (Okla.) Memorial High School, 1984-86 Assistant Coach, Edmond (Okla.) Memorial High School, 1987-93 State Champions — 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 State Runners-Up — 1988 Head Coach, Edmond (Okla.) North High School, 1994-97 State Champions — 1994, 1995, 1996 State Runners-Up — 1997 Assistant Coach, Oklahoma State University, 1998-2004 NCAA Champions — 2000 Big 12 Champions — 1998, 2000 Head Women’s Coach, Oklahoma State University, 2004-2005 Big 12 Champions — 2005 Head Men’s Coach, Oklahoma State University, 2005-2013

6 WALKER CUP PARTICIPANTS · Jonathan Moore (2007) · Rickie Fowler (2007, 2009) · Morgan Hoffmann (2009) · Peter Uihlein (2009, 2011) · Jordan Niebrugge (2013)

1 EUROPEAN PGA TOUR WINNER · Pablo Martin (2007)

4 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS · Pablo Martin (2007) · Rickie Fowler (2008) · Morgan Hoffmann (2009) · Morgan Hoffmann (2011)

5 BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR · Pablo Martin (2006) · Pablo Martin (2007) · Rickie Fowler (2008) · Morgan Hoffmann (2009) · Peter Uihlein (2011)

3 BIG BIIG 12 NNEWCOMERS EWCO EW COME CO MERS ME RS OF OF THE THEE YEAR YEAAR YE · Jonathan Moore ((2006)) Fowler (2008) · Ric Rickie kie Fo Fowle wlerr ((200 2008) 8)) · Morgan g Hoffmann ((2009))

8 U.S. OPEN PARTICIPANTS

McGraw directed the United States to victory at the 2007 Palmer Cup · Jonathan Moore (2006) · Ryan Posey (2006) · Pablo Martin (2007) · Rickie Fowler (2008, 2009) · Kevin Tway (2008) · Morgan Hoffmann (2010) · Peter Uihlein (2011)

1 U.S. AMATEUR CHAMPION · Peter Uihlein (2010)

5 WORLD AMATEUR TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP PARTICIPANTS · Pablo Martin (2006) · Jonathan Moore (2006) · Sean Einhaus (2008) · Rickie Fowler (2008) · Peter Uihlein (2010)

2007 U.S. PALMER CUP TEAM CAPTAIN 2003 JAN STRICKLAND ASSISTANT COACH OF THE YEAR 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 BIG 12 COACH OF THE YEAR 2006, 2009 DAVE WILLIAMS NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR McGraw’s squads ended the year as the No. 1 ranked team in the country in 4 of his first 6 seasons as head coach.

2011 GOLFWEEK NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR

2006 NCAA Champion

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OSU PAST GOLF COACHES MIKE HOLDER HEAD COACH, 1973-2005 (OKLAHOMA STATE, 1970) VICE-PRESIDENT FOR ATHLETIC PROGRAMS AND DIRECTOR OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS, 2005-PRESENT During his 32-year coaching career, Mike Holder’s name became synonymous with success in college golf. His successes include not only his team’s results on the course, but his players’ performances in the classroom and beyond. His vision and fund-raising abilities resulted in the creation of Karsten Creek, a magnificent layout in Stillwater that serves as the home to the OSU golf program and was selected as the Best New Public Course in 1994 by Golf Digest magazine. In 2000, Holder’s team claimed the national championship, marking the eighth time his squad carried home that championship trophy. And while top-five national finishes are the norm at Oklahoma State, the accomplishments of his teams didn’t stop at the 18th hole. Since Holder took over the OSU coaching post on July 1, 1973, his teams set standards that were unequalled on the golf course as well as in the classroom.

The Solheim family and Coach Holder

While he coached more than 110 All-America selections, including 38 firstteam choices, and has numerous former players competing on the PGA Tour, overseas and on mini-tours, Holder saw to it that his players excelled in the classroom as well. During his tenure, OSU produced three Ben Hogan Award winners. Kevin Wentworth earned that honor in 1990, Trip Kuehne claimed the prestigious award in 1995 and Hunter Mahan was named the recipient in 2003.

Three times Holder had individual champions in the same year as the NCAA Team title: 1978-1987-2000

During his tenure, only 14 times was a player named a first-team athletic All-America and academic All-America in the same season, and nine of those times that player was from Oklahoma State. Holder had 21 Academic All-America selections since the inception of that honor in 1984 as well as countless academic All-Big Eight and Big 12 selections. The five regulars on his 1994 and 1995 teams all earned All-America honors and Academic All-Big Eight honors during both seasons, giving new definition to the term “student-athlete”. Holder was only the second golf coach in the history of the Cowboy program. Labron Harris coached the team from 1947 to 1973 and won 24 league titles and the 1963 NCAA Championship during his 27 years. Holder won 25 league crowns and eight national championships in his 32 seasons. Mike Holder in 1970

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OSU PAST GOLF COACHES

Sherman Smith, Coach Holder and Boone Pickens

Since a fifth-place national finish in his inaugural season, Holderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s teams finished lower than fourth at the NCAA Tournament just eight times, including a string of 13 first- or second-place finishes in 14 years from 1975-88. OSU placed first or second at the national tournament in 18 of the 32 seasons under his guidance, and his players won 22 conference individual titles in addition to five NCAA individual crowns. Over those 32 seasons, Oklahoma State entered 448 tournaments and won 178 titles for a 39.7 winning percentage. OSU also posted 99 runnerup finishes, which means that OSU place first or second in 62 percent of its tournaments.

Coach Holder and Hunter Mahan

As a member of the OSU golf team from 1968-70, Holder earned honorable mention All-America honors as a sophomore and third-team status after his junior and senior seasons. In 1970, Holder captured Big Eight medalist honors while leading the Cowboys to the team league title. After graduating in 1970 with a degree in marketing, Holder earned his MBA in 1973 and then assumed control of the Cowboy golf program. The well-respected coach was a member of the seven-person NCAA Golf Committee from 1992 to 1998. Mike Holder was one of five coaches all-time, regardless of sport, to have won national championships in four different decades.

Legendary Houston coach Dave Williams and Coach Holder

Three times Holder had individual champions in the same year as the NCAA team title: 1978, 1987 and 2000.

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OSU PAST GOLF COACHES THE HOLDER FILE EDUCATION Oklahoma State University, B.S. in Marketing, 1970; Oklahoma State University, M.B.A, 1973.

COACHING EXPERIENCE Oklahoma State head golf coach, 1973-2005.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Ardmore High School, Ardmore, Okla., 1964-66 (conference medalist, 1966); Oklahoma State University, 1968-70 (conference medalist, 1970; third-team All-American, 1969 and 1970; honorable mention All-American, 1968); Won the 1968 Oklahoma State Amateur.

PERSONAL EXPERIENCE Born August 17, 1948 in Odessa, Texas. Son of Burniss (Speck) and Virginia Holder. Father retired from Gulf Petroleum Company. Married to the former Robbie Annette Yeates of Jasper, Texas; they have one daughter, Michele.

BIG EIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP COACHES (REGARDLESS OF SPORT)

1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 6. 6.

Phog Allen, Kansas (Basketball) Mike Holder, OSU (Golf) Terry Pettit, Nebraska (Volleyball) Gary Ward, OSU (Baseball) Bill Easton, Kansas (Cross Country) Labron Harris, OSU (Golf) Henry Schulte, Nebraska (Track)

Tracy Phillips, Tommy Moore and Coach Holder

Coach Holder and Bob Tway

Scott Verplank and Coach Holder

Coach Holder and Trip Kuehne

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OSU PAST GOLF COACHES THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP IN OSU’S MIKE HOLDER ERA (1974-2005)

TOP-10 FINISHES 27 22 15 15 14 14 14 13 12 11 10 10 9 9 9 9 7 7 7 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2

OKLAHOMA STATE Arizona State Brigham Young Houston Florida Texas Wake Forest North Carolina Southern California Clemson Georgia Georgia Tech Arizona Ohio State Oklahoma UNLV Arkansas New Mexico UCLA Stanford Augusta State East Tennessee State Louisiana State Oral Roberts San Jose State Texas A&M Auburn Florida State Fresno State North Carolina State Northwestern Duke Indiana Kentucky Miami

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Minnesota Oregon Pepperdine Tennessee TCU Texas-El Paso Washington Alabama California Centenary Duke Georgia Southern Houston Baptist Lamar Long Beach State Maryland Mississippi Purdue South Carolina Southwestern Louisiana Tulsa Virginia Tech Washington

TOP-FIVE FINISHES 26 13 11 10 9 8 8 8 7 6 5

OKLAHOMA STATE Arizona State Brigham Young Houston Wake Forest Clemson Florida Texas Georgia Tech Oklahoma Arizona

5 5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Georgia Ohio State North Carolina Southern California New Mexico Stanford UNLV Oral Roberts UCLA Washington Alabama Arkansas Augusta State East Tennessee State Fresno State Houston Baptist Minnesota Mississippi Northwestern Pepperdine Texas A&M Texas Christian Texas-El Paso

TOP-THREE FINISHES 19 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 4 4

OKLAHOMA STATE Houston Arizona State Clemson Florida Wake Forest Georgia Tech Oklahoma Texas Arizona Georgia

Pablo Martin and Coach Holder

3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Brigham Young North Carolina Oral Roberts Stanford UCLA UNLV Alabama East Tennessee State Minnesota Northwestern Ohio State Pepperdine Texas-El Paso USC Washington

TOP-TWO FINISHES 18 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

OKLAHOMA STATE Wake Forest Florida Georgia Tech Houston Brigham Young Clemson Georgia Texas Arizona State Oklahoma Stanford UNLV Arizona Minnesota North Carolina Ohio State Oral Roberts Pepperdine Texas-El Paso UCLA

CHAMPIONSHIPS 8 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 6 5 3 3 2 1

Coach Holder and Charles Howell

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OKLAHOMA STATE Houston Wake Forest Arizona State Florida Georgia Arizona Brigham Young California Clemson Minnesota Ohio State Oklahoma Pepperdine Stanford UCLA UNLV

Arizona State OKLAHOMA STATE Wake Forest Southern California UNLV Auburn, Georgia Tech, Houston, North Carolina, Ohio State, Stanford, Texas, Utah State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Florida, Texas, Washington


OSU PAST GOLF COACHES LABRON HARRIS, SR. THE FATHER OF OSU GOLF HEAD COACH, 1947-73

When then-athletics director Henry Iba asked then OSU business professor Labron Harris to coach the first Cowboy golf team back in the 1946-47 season, Iba may or may not have known the significance of that hire.

Harris, who taught and inspired countless numbers of golfers — not only at OSU but also in Stillwater and across the country — with his approach to golf and life, retired on June 30, 1973 at the mandatory retirement age of 65.

Harris instantly gave OSU golf credibility, and success was inherent in the program from day one — on and off the course.

He was largely responsible for the building of Lakeside Golf Course and the Stillwater Country Club, both in Stillwater. He served as the professional at Lakeside teaching the game to anyone who wanted to learn.

Harris’ teams won 24 conference titles and one NCAA championship (1963), and his charges posted 20 top-five finishes at the national tournament during his 27 years as the school’s head coach. And while those numbers are impressive, the fact that all but four players who played out their eligibility during his time were able to graduate is a tribute to the excellence that made up Oklahoma State golf then and is still a foundation of the school’s success today.

Harris was born Nov. 26, 1908, and grew up as one of 14 siblings in Dardanelle, Ark., until the family moved to Wewoka, Okla., when he was eight. He graduated from Wewoka High School in 1927 after playing basketball, baseball, track, tennis and football. He then went to college at Southwestern in Weatherford, Okla., where he wrestled in the first match he ever saw and played tennis and golf before graduating in 1935. An outstanding tennis player, Harris played his first round of golf in 1930 at the Weatherford Country Club, and he soon became an accomplished golfer, winning 152 tournaments prior to his retirement. At Oklahoma State he coached 31 All-America selections, as well as 1953 NCAA individual champion Earl Moeller. Among the OSU All-Americans he coached were Ab Justice, Dave Eichelberger, Bob Dickson, Mike Holder, Danny Edwards, Mark Hayes and 1968 NCAA medalist Grier Jones. His son Labron, Jr. was an outstanding golfer at OSU earning All-America honors twice and also winning the U.S. Amateur in 1962. Harris, Sr. who lived in Sun City, Ariz., after retiring from Oklahoma State, died on August 14, 1995 at the age of 86.

1963 NCAA Champions Left to Right: Coach harris, Dave Eichelberger, Jim Hardy, Don Lackey, George Hixon and Jim Jamieson.

THE HARRIS FILE 20 8

9 15 10 31 2 19 Labron Harris, Sr. with Labron, Jr.

Top Five NCAA Finishes Top Three NCAA Finishes NCAA Runner-up 1958-60-62-64-73 NCAA Champion 1963 Missouri Valley Titles in 11 years Big 8 Titles in 16 years First Team All-Americans Total All-Americans NCAA Individual Champions Conference Individual Champions Inducted in GCAA Hall of Fame in 1980

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IAN DAVIS SENIOR  5-10 EDMOND, OKLA. DEER CREEK 2012-13 (Junior): Tabbed as a Ping All-America honorable mention pick ... was also named an honorable mention All-American by Golfweek ... was chosen as a first-team All-Big 12 pick ... was named a first-team Academic All-Big 12 pick as well ... also named a Ping All-Region selection ... had four top 10s on the year, including his first career win ... tied for sixth place at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational with scores of 71 and 78 giving him a 149 total ... tied for first place at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate ... finished at 7-under 206 after carding rounds of 66, 69 and 71 ... tied for 14th place at the Don Puckette Invitational at 2-under 214 ... posted rounds of 69, 67 and 78 ... tied for 14th at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate with scores of 71, 71 and 74 giving him a 216 tally ... tied for fifth place at the Big 12 Championship at 216 with scores of 71, 74 and 71 ... tied for 14th place at the NCAA Fayetteville Regional at 220 ... carded a 5-under 205 score with rounds of 67, 70 and 68 to tie for eighth at the NCAA Championship.

2011-12 (Sophomore): Competed in 10 events on the year … best finish of the year came at the Big 12 Championship where he tied for 14th place … posted a 72-hole total of 297, 9-over, that included rounds of 78, 77, 70 and 72 … his 70 was his low round of the year … also earned a top 20 finish at the CAREER NUMBERS Aggie Invitational where he Tournaments 25 competed individually … tied Victories 1 for 17th at the event with an Top-Five Finishes 2 11-over total of 227 … tied Top-10 Finishes 4 for 22nd in his first start of Top-20 Finishes 7 the year at the Golfweek Rounds in 60s 6 Conference Challenge … also tied for 25th at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational at 225, 9-over. 2010-11 (Freshman): Made a pair of starts for the Cowboys as a true freshman … tied for 36th in his collegiate debut at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational … finished at 228 with rounds of 80, 74 and 74 … tied for 68th at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational … posted a 242 total that included rounds of 78, 83 and 81. Amateur: Won the 2013 Cotton States Invitational ... finished fourth during stroke play at the event with rounds of 64 and 77 for a 141 total ... knocked off Erik Hsu, 2 and 1, in his first-round match before notching a 4-and-3 victory over Kirk Thomas to move into the round of 16. After a 7-and-6 win over J. Marcus Sanna, he advanced to the semifinals with a 1-up win over Ben Pearson ... posted 1-up win over Sean Romero before defeating Preston Stanley in 19 holes in the championship match ... tied for 50th during stroke play at the 2013 U.S. Amateur Championship with a 144 total that included rounds of 76 and 68 ... lost to Charlie Hughes, 3 and 2, in the first round of match play ... tied for 18th at the 2013 Western Amateur Championship with a 284 total that featured rounds of 69, 71, 70 and 74 ... finished second during stroke play at the 2013 U.S. Amateur Public Links with a 6-under total of 134 with rounds of 65 and 69 ... defeated Greg Condon, 2 and 1, during his first-round match ... defeated Trevor Cone, 2 and 1, during the second round before falling to Robby Shelton, 2-up, during the round of 16 ... tied for seventh at the 2012 OGA Stroke Play Championship at 3-under 210 with rounds of 72, 68 and 70 ... tied for 32nd at the 2012 Trans-Mississippi Championship with a 14-over 298 total ... finished 22nd at the 2011 Trans-Mississippi Amateur with a 279 total ... posted rounds of 68, 75, 67 and 69 ... tied for 16th at the Palmetto Amateur with a 4-over 284 score ... finished eighth at the Oklahoma Class 5A state tournament in 2010 ... was named an all-city selection by The Oklahoman ... was named an All-State pick by the Oklahoma Coaches Association ... posted a 5-under 67 that include a hole-in-one to win the Oklahoma All-State Tournament by five shots ... won the 2010 Oklahoma Junior Amateur title ... reached the semifinals of the OGA State Amateur Championship ... was the Class 5A runner-up in 2009 and finished in the top 10 at the state tournament four-straight years ... broke former Cowboy Kevin Tway’s scoring record with rounds of 64 and 66 to win the OJGT event at Lincoln Park in Oklahoma City

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in 2009 ... closed with a 67 to win the OGA event at Oak Tree CC in Edmond in 2009 as well ... won both the regional and conference tournaments in 2009 before finishing as the runner-up at the Class 5A state tournament. Personal: Son of Randy and Amy Davis ... born Oct. 10, 1991 in Kingfisher, Oklahoma ... has two brothers, Cameron and Braden ... pursuing a degree in sports management ... also considered Oklahoma, Wichita State and Oklahoma Christian.

CAREER FINISHES

FALL 2010 T36 T68

Jack Nicklaus Invitational Isleworth Collegiate Invitational

80-74-74—228 (+18) 78-83-81—242 (+26)

FALL 2011 T22 T25 T35

Golfweek Conference Challenge Jack Nicklaus Invitational Isleworth Collegiate Invitational

78-71-72—221 (+5) 74-77-74—225 (+9) 75-79-73—227 (+11)

SPRING 2012 T99 Ameri Ari Invitational 45 Puerto Rico Classic 70 Southern Highlands Collegiate T48 Augusta State Invitational T17 Aggie Invitational T14 Big 12 Championship T49 NCAA Ann Arbor Regional FALL 2012 T6 T28 T1

73-86-71—230 (+14) 71-71-82—224 (+8) 80-78-85—243 (+27) 74-72-73—219 (+3) 80-75-72—227 (+11) 78-77-70-72—297 (+9) 75-76-72—223 (+10)

Jack Nicklaus Invitational U.S. Collegiate Championship Royal Oaks Intercollegiate

71-78—149 (+5) 77-72-73—222 (+6) 66-69-71—206 (-7)

SPRING 2013 T34 Amer Ari Invitational T33 The Prestige at PGA West Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters T25 T14 Don Puckette Invitational T28 Linger Longer Invitational T27 Aggie Invitational T14 Morris Williams Intercollegiate T5 Big 12 Championship T14 NCAA Fayetteville Regional T8 NCAA Championship

Year (Class) 2010-11 (Fr.) 2011-12 (So.) 2012-13 (Jr.) Career

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72-72-72—216 (E) 72-74-74—220 (+7) 77-70-75—222 (+6) 69-67-78—214 (-2) 73-74���147 (+3) 74-74-73—221 (+5) 71-71-74—216 (+3) 71-74-71—216 (+6) 72-71-77—220 (+4) 67-70-68—205 (-5)

CAREER STATISTICS Rds-Stks 6 - 470 31-2,336 37-2,674 74-5,480

Lo-Hi 74-83 70-86 66-78 66-86

Avg. 78.33 75.36 72.27 74.05


KEVIN DOUGHERTY SENIOR  6-1 MURRIETA, CALIF. VISTA MURRIETA 2012-13 (Junior): Was named a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar ... also named a Ping All-Region pick ... tied for 26th place at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate after posting a 214 score that included rounds of 68, 67 and 79 ... tied for 55th at the Amer Ari Invitational with scores of 79, 68 and 72 for a 219 total ... tied for 35th at the Don Puckette Invitational at 3-over 219 ... tied for fifth at the Linger Longer Invitational with a 3-under 141 score with rounds of 68 and 73 ... closed with a 69 to finish at 4-over 220 and tied for 23rd at the Aggie Invitational ... tied for 39th at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate with a 221 total ... tied for 19th at the Big 12 Championship after carding rounds of 74, 76 and 73 for a 223 total ... finished at even-par 216 and tied for fifth place at the NCAA Fayetteville Regional with rounds of 73, 73 and 70 ... tied for 116th at the NCAA Championship at 9-over 219.

2010-11 (Redshirt Freshman): Made four starts during the year … tied for 58th at the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational with a 14-over 224 total … competed individually at the ORU Shootout … posted a 70 during his final round to finish fourth at 3-over 219 … opened with a 70 at the Ameri Ari Invitational before finishing with a 221 total to tie for 72nd place … competed individually at the Oregon Duck Invitational where he tied for 19th place at 1-over 217 with scores of 71, 72 and 74.

2011-12 (Sophomore): All four of his starts for the Cowboys came during the fall … tied for 33rd place at the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational … opened with a 70 before finishing at 12-over 222 … tied for 37th at the Golfweek Conference Challenge with a 224 total … finished with a 234 score and tied for 46th place at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational … tied for 54th place at the Islweorth Collegiate Invitational with a 239 total.

Amateur: Tied for second place at the Southwestern Amateur in 2013 ... finished at 2-under 278 after posting rounds of 74, 71, 67 and 66 ... tied for 34th at the 2013 Western Amateur Championship ... carded rounds of 71, 72, 70 and 74 for a 287 total ... posted a 9-under 279 total to win the 2012 Southwestern Amateur ... carded rounds of 69, 66, 70 and 74 on his way to a three-shot victory ... tied for 48th at the 2012 Trans-Mississippi Championship with a 304 total ... fired rounds of 68 and 73 to advance to match play at the 2011 U.S. Amateur at Erin Hills ... lost to Russell Henley, 2 and 1, in the first round of match play ... carded rounds of 70 and 72 to tie for 10th during stroke play at the California State Amateur Championship ... lost to eventual champion Bhavik Patel in the first round ... finished fourth at the 2011 SCGA Amateur Championship with a 278 total that included rounds of 71, 70, 69 and 68 ... tied for 25th at the Trans-Mississippi Amateur with rounds of 66, 69, 72 and 74 for a 281 total ... tied for 85th at the Western Amateur after posting scores of 73 and 75 ... tied for 16th at the 2010 Trans-Mississippi Amateur with scores of 72, 71 and 70 ... also fired a pair of 73s to finish fifth at the 2010 San Diego County Amateur ... also tied for 20th at the 2010 California State Amateur and made the 32-player match play tree ... was a four-year letterwinner at Vista Murrieta High School ... won both the CIF Southern Section and California State titles ... was chosen as the CIF Player of the Year in 2009 ... also named the FCWT Player of the Year in 2009 ... won the Southwestern League title on two occasions and was twice selected as the league’s MVP ... won the 2009 Gary Player Mission Hills Classic ... finished third at the 2009 FCWT Golfweek Invitational ... carded rounds of 65 and 67 to win the IJGT Temecula Creek event ... tied for 12 at the 2009 SCGA Amateur, which included a third-round 65 ... tied for 39th at the 2009 Pacific Coast Amateur ... finished as the medalist at his U.S. Amateur qualifier with scores of 66 and 68 ... competed in the Southern California Hogan Cup and Southern California Cal Cup in 2008 ... also played in the 2008 SCGA U.S. vs. China match ... won the 2008 ASU Challenge with scores of 69 and 72.

2009-10 (Freshman): Redshirted during his first season at Oklahoma State.

CAREER NUMBERS

Tournaments Victories Top-Five Finishes Top-10 Finishes Top-20 Finishes Rounds in 60s

17 0 3 3 5 5

Personal: Born May 10, 1991 in Torrance, Calif. … is the son of Brian and Paula Dougherty … has one brother, Patrick … contemplating a major in sports management … enjoys fishing in his spare time … also considered UCLA and University of San Diego.

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FALL 2010 T58

CAREER FINISHES Fighting Illini Invitational

75-72-77—224 (+14)

SPRING 2011 4 ORU Shootout T72 Ameri Ari Invitational T19 Oregon Duck Invitational

77-72-70—219 (+3) 70-77-74—221 (+5) 71-72-74—217 (+1)

FALL 2011 T33 T37 T46 T54

Fighting Illini Invitational Golfweek Conference Challenge Jack Nicklaus Invitational Isleworth Collegiate Invitational

FALL 2012 T26

Royal Oaks Intercollegiate

SPRING 2013 T55 Amer Ari Invitational T35 Don Puckette Invitational T5 Linger Longer Invitational T23 Aggie Invitational T39 Morris Williams Intercollegiate T19 Big 12 Championship T5 NCAA Fayetteville Regional T116 NCAA Championship

Year (Class) 2010-11 (Fr.) 2011-12 (So.) 2012-13 (Jr.) Career

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70-79-73—222 (+12) 73-75-76—224 (+8) 75-75-84—234 (+18) 78-81-80—239 (+23)

68-67-79—214 (+1)

79-68-72—219 (+3) 72-73-74—219 (+3) 68-73—141 (-3) 74-77-69—220 (+4) 75-74-72—221 (+8) 74-76-73—223 (+13) 73-73-70—216 (E) 74-74-71—219 (+9)

CAREER STATISTICS Rds-Stks 12 - 881 12-919 26-1,892 50-3,692

Lo-Hi 70-77 70-84 67-79 67-84

Avg. 73.42 76.58 72.77 73.84


TALOR GOOCH SENIOR  6-0 MIDWEST CITY, OKLA. CARL ALBERT 2012-13 (Junior): Was named an honorable mention All-American by Golfweek ... was chosen as a Ping All-Region pick as well ... also named a firstteam All-Big 12 pick and a first-team Academic All-Big 12 selection ... tied for second place at the U.S. Collegiate Championship at 3-under 213 with scores of 68, 71 and 74 ... tied for sixth place at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate after carding a 4-under 209 total with scores of 71, 67 and 71 ... tied for seventh place at The Prestige at PGA West ... finished at even-par 213 with scores of 71, 72 and 70 ... tied for 10th place at the Linger Longer Invitational with scores of 73 and 70 for a 1-under 143 score ... tied for 14th place at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate ... opened with a 69 before posting rounds of 75 and 72 for a 216 score ... was the runner-up at the Big 12 Championship with a 3-over 213 that included rounds of 70, 69 and 74 ... tied for 32nd place at the NCAA Fayetteville Regional at 227 ... tied for 38th place at the NCAA Championship at 211 with scores of 67, 76 and 68. 2011-12 (Sophomore): Was named a first-team All-Big 12 selection … also tabbed as a Ping All-Central Region selection … was named an honorable mention All-American by Golfweek … tied for 13th place at the Golfweek Conference Challenge … posted scores of 71, 77 and 70 for a 2-over 218 total … earned his first top five of the year at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational with a 1-over 217 total that included rounds of 72, 73 and 72 … tied for 13th at the Ameri Ari Invitational … posted a 5-under 211 total that included a 69 during his second round … finished as the runner-up at the Puerto Rico Classic … closed with rounds of 69 and 66 to come in with a 9-under 207 total … tied for 15th at the Southern Highlands Collegiate with a 5-over 221 score … finished 1-1-2 at the Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play Championship … posted a 6-under 210 total highlighted by a 68 during his second round to tie for 12th at the Augusta State Invitational … tied for 24th at the Big 12 Championship with a72-hole total of 303 … tied for 31st at the NCAA Ann Arbor Regional … tied 31st with a 216 score.

2010-11 (Freshman): Started all 13 of the squad’s events as a freshman … tied for 51st place at the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational with a 223 total … tied for 21st at the Ping/Golfweek Preview after opening with a 69 at Karsten Creek en route to a 224 score … tied for 21st at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational at 223 … tied for 37th place at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational with a 229 total … posted a 3-under 213 score with rounds of 72, 71 and 70 to tie for 28th place at the Ameri Ari Invitational … used a 2-under 214 total to tie for 13th place at the Puerto Rico Classic … also tied for 13th place at the Oregon Duck Invitational after carding rounds of 74, 71 and 70 for a 1-under 215 … tied for 12th place at Augusta State Invitational with an even-par tally of 216 with scores of 72, 71 and 73 … carded a season-low round of 67 during the third round at the Big 12 Championship before finishing at 13-over 293 and tied for 16th … best finish of the year came at the NCAA Colorado Regional where he tied for third … posted a 7-under 209 total that included a 68 during the CAREER NUMBERS final round … tied for 50th Tournaments 36 at the NCAA Championship Victories 0 Top-Five Finishes 5 with a 224 total at Karsten Top-10 Finishes 8 Creek … defeated Ohio Top-20 Finishes 17 State’s Alex Redfield, 4 Rounds in 60s 12 and 2, in the first round of match play … knocked off Olle Bengtsson, 7 and 5, in OSU’s semifinal match against Augusta State. Amateur: Tied for fifth place during stroke play at the 2013 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship ... fell to Justin Shin in 19 holes during the first round of match play ... tied for 22nd at the 2013 Northeast Amateur ... finished at 7-over 283 for the event ... tied for 13th at the 2013 Western Amateur Championship with rounds of 69, 69, 72 and 73 for a 283 total ... lost in the first round of match play to teammate Jordan Niebrugge, 4 and 3 ... tied for 13th during the stroke play portion of the 2012 U.S. Amateur with rounds of 68 and 71 ... posted a 5-and-3 victory over T.J. Mitchell during the first round of play ... fell to Andrew Presly, 1-up, in the round of 32 ... tied for second during stroke play at the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship with a 6-under total of 136 that featured rounds of 72 and 64 ... fell, 2 and 1, in the first round of match play to Sam Saunders ... tied for fourth place at the 2012 Southern Amateur Championship with a 4-under 284 total ... rolled to a 12-shot victory at the 2012 OGA Stroke Play Championship ... carded a 20-under total with rounds of 63, 68 and 62 ... tied for 38th at the 2012 Northeast Amateur with a 7-over 283 total ... tied for 43rd place at the 2011 Trans-Mississippi Amateur with a 5-over 285 total ... tied for 77th at the Western Amateur with scores of 75 and 72 ... tied for 10th during stroke play at the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship with rounds of 72 and 73 ... defeated Garrett Rank and T.J. Shuart to advance to the round of 16 in match player before falling to eventual champion Corbin Mills, 4 and 2 ... qualified for the 2010 U.S. Public Links Amateur Championship ... finished fifth at the 2009 Big I National Championship ... was the runner-up at the 2009 TJGT/OJGT Red River Challenge ... also had a top 10 at the 2009 AJGA Thunderbird Invitational where he tied for seventh ... tied for seventh at

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FALL 2010 T51 T21 T21 T37

CAREER FINISHES Fighting Illini Invitational Ping/Golfweek Preview Jack Nicklaus Invitational Isleworth Collegiate Invitational

76-72-75—223 (+13) 69-78-77—224 (+8) 75-75-73—223 (+13) 76-78-75—229 (+13)

SPRING 2011 T28 Ameri Ari Invitational 72-71-70—213 (-3) T13 Puerto Rico Classic 71-71-72—214 (-2) Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters 77-76-76—229 (+13) T50 T13 Oregon Duck Invitational 74-71-70—215 (-1) T12 Augusta State Invitational 72-71-73—216 (E) T51 Aggie Invitational 80-77-77—234 (+18) T16 Big 12 Championship 73-75-67-78—293 (+13) 3 NCAA Colorado Regional 70-71-68—209 (-7) T50 NCAA Championship 72-77-75—224 (+8) FALL 2011 T25 T13 5

Fighting Illini Invitational Golfweek Conference Challenge Isleworth Collegiate Invitational

72-74-74—220 (+10) 71-77-70—218 (+2) 72-73-72—217 (+1)

SPRING 2012 T13 Ameri Ari Invitational 70-69-72—211 (-5) 2 Puerto Rico Classic 72-69-66—207 (-9) T15 Southern Highlands Collegiate 74-70-77—221 (+5) Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship 1-1-2 T12 Augusta State Invitational 71-68-71—210 (-6) T24 Aggie Invitational 80-77-72—229 (+13) T24 Big 12 Championship 78-73-75-77—303 (+15) T31 NCAA Ann Arbor Regional 73-72-71—216 (+3)

the 2009 Scratch Players Championship with a 276 total ... was medalist at his 2009 U.S. Amateur qualifier ... advanced to match play at the 2009 U.S. Amateur after posting rounds of 78 and 69 ... fell in the first round of match play at Southern Hills Country Club to Dan Woltman was named a second-team AJGA All-American in 2008 ... was named the state’s golfer of the year in 2008 and 2010 by The Oklahoman ... captured the Oklahoma Class 5A state title in 2008 ... finished third at the state championship as a junior and senior to become just the seventh player in state history to finish in the top three at four consecutive state tournaments ... was also named The Oklahoman’s All-City Boys Golfer of the Year after winning five times as a senior ... won 19 of his 40 career starts for Carl Albert ... was named to the All-State roster as a senior by the Oklahoma Golf Coaches Association ... won the 2007 Oklahoma Junior Amateur title ... carded rounds of 70, 69 and 73 for a 212 total and a two-shot win at the 2008 AJGA Aldila Junior at Oak Tree ... had four other AJGA top 10s in 2008 ... finished fifth at the AJGA Championship at Traditions ... was the runner-up at the Wellstone Communities Junior at Craig Ranch ... also tied for third at the Junior Players Championship ... tied for ninth at the Polo Golf Junior Classic ... finished fifth at the 2007 OSSO Junior at Oak Tree ... was fourth that year at the Bob Estes Abilene Junior ... also tied for fifth at the Payne Stewart Junior Championship in 2007 ... won the U.S. Kids Golf World Championship as a 9-year-old.

FALL 2012 T2 T6

U.S. Collegiate Championship Royal Oaks Intercollegiate

68-71-74—213 (-3) 71-67-71—209 (-4)

SPRING 2013 T49 Amer Ari Invitational T7 The Prestige at PGA West Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters T39 T39 Don Puckette Invitational T10 Linger Longer Invitational T49 Aggie Invitational T14 Morris Williams Intercollegiate 2 Big 12 Championship T32 NCAA Fayetteville Regional T38 NCAA Championship

Year (Class) 2010-11 (Fr.) 2011-12 (So.) 2012-13 (Jr.) Career

Personal: Son of Ron and Ambre Gooch … born Nov. 14, 1991 in Midwest City, Oklahoma … has one sister, Cassidi … father played baseball in the Texas Rangers’ organization … mother holds a law degree from the University of Oklahoma … was his class valedictorian … also considered Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Arkansas and Stanford.

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71-71-76—218 (+2) 71-72-70—213 (E) 74-78-73—225 (+9) 70-75-75—220 (+4) 73-70—143 (-3) 75-72-79—226 (+10) 69-75-72—216 (+3) 70-69-74—213 (+3) 74-82-71—227 (+11) 67-76-68—211 (+1)

CAREER STATISTICS Rds-Stks 40 - 2,946 31-2,252 35-2,534 106-7,732

Lo-Hi 68-80 66-80 67-82 66-82

Avg. 73.65 72.65 72.40 72.94


SAM LEE SENIOR  5-8 SUVA, FIJI RAMPUR COLLEGE 2012-13 (Junior): Competed in three events ... tied for 20th place at the Amer Ari Invitational ... finished at 2-under 214 with scores of 73, 72 and 69 ... tied for 74th place at The Prestige at PGA West ... posted scores of 74, 79 and 79 for a 232 total ... tied for first place at the ULM Wallace Jones Invitational ... posted a total of 219 with rounds of 75, 74 and 70. 2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in one event for the Cowboys … competed individually at the Central Oklahoma Invitational … tied for 82nd place with a 36-hole total of 165 that included rounds of 83 and 81. CAREER NUMBERS Tournaments 3 Amateur/Before OSU: Victories 0 Was the low amateur at Top-Five Finishes 1 the 2013 Fiji Open ... tied Top-10 Finishes 1 for third place at 10-under Top-20 Finishes 1 Rounds in 60s 1 278 with scores of 68, 73, 69 and 68 ... tied for 12th at the 2012 OGA Stroke Play Championship ... posted an even-par total of 213 that included rounds of 69, 73 and 71 ... carded rounds of 77 and 78 at the 2012 Trans-Mississippi Amateur to tie for 106th place ... represented Fiji at the 2008 World Amateur Team Championship ... tied for 166th after posting a 72-hole total of 334. Personal: Born July 12, 1990 in Korea … is the son of Bong Woo Lee and Sye Im Lee … has one brother, Sang Wook Lee … is a business management major … hobbies include playing basketball … decided to come to OSU after seeing Rickie Fowler play.

CAREER FINISHES

SPRING 2013 T20 Amer Ari Invitational T74 The Prestige at PGA West T1 ULM Wallace Jones Invitational

Year (Class) 2012-13 (Jr.) Career

73-72-69—214 (-2) 74-79-79—232 (+19) 75-74-70—219 (+3)

CAREER STATISTICS Rds-Stks 9-665 9-665

Lo-Hi 69-79 69-79

Avg. 73.89 73.89

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TANNER KESTERSON JUNIOR  5-10 PLANO, TEXAS PRESTONWOOD CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 2012-13 (Sophomore): Competed in a six events on the year ... tied for 43rd place at the Fighting Illini Invitational after posting a 226 total that included a 71 during the second round ... tied for 23rd place at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational with a 155 score ... tied for 60th at the U.S. Collegiate Championship with a 228 total ... opened with a 68 at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate before finishing at 8-over 221 and tied for 59th place ... posted a 233 total at The Prestige at PGA West to finish alone in 77th place ... tied for 27th place at the ULM Wallace Jones Invitational with a 16-over total of 232. 2011-12 (Freshman): Made his Oklahoma State debut at the Puerto Rico Classic … tied for 33rd place with a 4-over 220 total that included rounds of 74, 73 and 73 … won three of his four matches at the Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play Championship … defeated Colorado State’s Parker Edens, 2-up, in the first round and also posted a 2-up victory over East Central’s Eric Brady and a 5-and-4 triumph over Tennessee’s Marshall Talkington … best finish of the year came at the Aggie Invitational … finished alone in sixth place with a 4-over 220 that included a 71 during the second round … tied for 22nd place at the Big 12 Championship … the 72-hole event included his season-low round of 69 … tied for 56th place at the NCAA Ann Arbor Regional at 12-over 225. Amateur: Won the 2012 Fort Dodge Amateur by six shots after posting a 7-under 212 total with rounds of 69, 66 and 71 ... tied for second at the 2011 Trans-Mississippi Amateur with a 10-under total that included rounds of 68, 67, 66 and 69 ... was named a first-team AJGA All-American in 2010

CAREER FINISHES

SPRING 2012 T33 Puerto Rico Classic 74-73-73—220 (+4) Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship 3-1 6 Aggie Invitational 77-71-72—220 (+4) T22 Big 12 Championship 78-77-69-78—302 (+14) T56 NCAA Ann Arbor Regional 72-77-76—225 (+12) FALL 2012 T43 T23 T60 T59

Fighting Illini Invitational Jack Nicklaus Invitational U.S. Collegiate Championship Royal Oaks Intercollegiate

SPRING 2013 77 The Prestige at PGA West T27 ULM Wallace Jones Invitational

Year (Class) 2011-12 (Fr.) 2012-13 (So.) Career

76-71-79—226 (+16) 79-76—155 (+11) 75-78-75—228 (+12) 68-74-79—221 (+8)

79-80-74—233 (+20) 74-77-81—232 (+16)

CAREER STATISTICS Rds-Stks 13-967 17-1,295 30-2,262

Lo-Hi 69-78 68-81 68-81

Avg. 74.39 76.18 75.40

... was an honorable mention All-America pick in 2009 ... won the FootJoy Invitational in 2010 with a 9-under total of 271 with rounds of 69, 64, 70 and 68 ... his victory earned him an exemption into the PGA Tour’s Wyndham Championship ... missed the cut after carding rounds of 74 and 72 ... tied for seventh at the Rolex Tournament of Champions in 2010 ... also tied for 22nd at the 2010 Junior Players Championship ... had six top 10s in seven AJGA starts CAREER NUMBERS in 2009 ... tied for third at Tournaments 11 the Preseason Junior at Victories 0 Brookhaven with rounds of Top-Five Finishes 0 73 and 78 ... tied for fifth Top-10 Finishes 1 place at the John Deere Top-20 Finishes 1 Classic Junior Open after Rounds in 60s 2 posting an eve-par 216 total ... finished seventh at the Flossmoor Junior Open ... finished third at the Ping Phoenix Junior with rounds of 67, 72 and 71 ... won the Stars of Texas Junior with a 2-under 214 total that included rounds of 72, 72 and 70 for a three-shot win ... also finished fifth at the AJGA Junior at Kingsmill Resort and Spa after closing with a 69 during his third round ... finished fourth at the 2010 TAPPS 5A state tournament. Personal: Son of Darci and Tom Kesterson … born October 13, 1992 in … has two sisters, Calie and Kodei … Calei currently attends OSU … contemplating a major in business … played tennis for two years as well … also considered Texas, UNLV, Auburn and SMU.

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JORDAN NIEBRUGGE SOPHOMORE ď &#x2021; 6-4 MEQUON, WISCONSIN HOMESTEAD 2012-13 (Freshman): Was named an honorable mention Ping All-American ... also named an honorable mention All-American by Golfweek ... was chosen as a Ping All-Region selection as well ... was named a first-team All-Big 12 pick ... tied for 25th at the Fighting Illini Invitational with a 220 total ... finished 27th at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational after carding a 156 score ... tied for 26th place at the Amer Ari Invitational with a 1-under 215 total that included a 69 during the second round ... tied for second place at The Prestige at PGA West ... carded a 3-under 210 score with rounds of 68, 73 and 69 ... tied for 19th at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters with a 220 total ... tied for seventh at the Don Puckette Invitational ... opened with a 65 before posting rounds of 75 and 71 for a 5-under 211 total ... tied for fifth at the Linger Longer Invitational with rounds of 72 and 69 giving him a 3-under 141 score ... was runner-up at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate with a 6-under 207 score ... posted rounds of 70, 67 and 70 ... tied for 23rd place at the Big 12 Championship at 224 ... tied for 10th place at the NCAA Fayetteville Regional at 3-over 219 with scores of 67, 78 and 74 ... tied for 60th at the NCAA Championship ... posted rounds of 71, 74 and 68 for a 213 total.

by a 4-and-3 count to claim the title ... posted rounds of 69 and 73 at the U.S. Amateur Championship to tie for 27th place at 142 and advance to match play ... lost, 1-up, to Seth Reeves in his first-round match ... tied for 11th at the 2013 Sunnehanna Amateur at 4-over 284 with rounds of 70, 72, 67 and 74 ... won the 2012 Wisconsin Boys State Championship after posting an 8-under 136 CAREER NUMBERS total with rounds of 70 and Tournaments 14 66 ... finished third at the Victories 0 AJGA Rolex Tournament Top-Five Finishes 3 of Champions with a 276 Top-10 Finishes 5 total with rounds of 70, 68, Top-20 Finishes 6 67 and 71 ... finished sixth Rounds in 60s 9 at the 2012 FJ invitational with rounds of 72, 69, 73 and 71 for a 285 total ... tied for sixth at the 2012 Wisconsin State Amateur Championship ... posted a 2-under total of 286 with rounds of 74, 70, 74 and

Amateur: Became the most recent in a long line of OSU representatives at the Walker Cup in 2013 ... posted a 2-2 mark to help the U.S. to victory ... posted a 1-up singles win over Garrick Porteous and 6-and-5 singles win over Jordan Smith became the first Cowboy to win the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship in 2013 ... tied for 11th during stroke play at the event with a 3-under total of 138 that featured rounds of 71 and 67 ... defeated Michael Schmitmeyer in the first round, 4 and 3, and Kyle Weldon, 6 and 4, in the second round ... defeated Justin Shin in the round of 16 by a 5-and-3 count ... knocked off Zecheng Dou 1-up to reach the semifinals ... defeated James Erkenbeck, 3 and 2, to reach the finals ... notched a 1-up victory over Michael Kim in the 36-hole final ... became the first Cowboy since Scott Verplank in 1985 to win the 111th Western Amateur Championship ... was third during the stroke play portion of the event with rounds of 66, 69, 70 and 72 giving him a 277 total ... defeated teammate Talor Gooch, 4 and 3, in the first round of match play ... knocked off Seth Reeves, 3 and 1, and Sebastian Cappelan, 1-up, to reach the finals ... posted a 3-and-2 victory over Sean Dale in the final ... won the 112th Wisconsin State Amateur Championship after finishing at 6-under 282 ... posted rounds of 69, 66, 71 and 76 ... also won the 2013 WSGA Match Play Championship ... knocked off Same Weber, 5 and 4 in the first round before defeating Mike Sorenson, 2 and 1, in the second round ... posted a 6-and-4 win over Kyle Kolberg in the round of 16 before posting a 5-and-4 win over Cody Strang in the quarterfinal round ... after a 5-and-4 triumph over Peter Webb in the semifinals, he defeated Eric Busalacchi

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68 ... became the youngest-ever winner of the Wisconsin State Open in 2011 ... fired a 5-under 67 during his final round to finish at 6-under 282 to win the 91st playing of the event ... tied for 16th during stroke play at the 2011 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship with a 146 total with rounds of 76 and 70 ... went 1-1 in match play, falling in the round of 32 ... was named a first-team all-state selection and the Golf Coaches Association Player of the Year as a junior and as a senior ... named an honorable mention AJGA All-American in 2011 ... tied for second at the at the Rolex Tournament of Champions in 2011 ... also tied for 22nd at the Laredo Energy Junior at Traditions ... had four top 20s in five AJGA starts in 2010 ... tied for 12th at the 2010 Winn Grips Heather Farr Classic ... won the 2010 W. Duncan Macmillan Classic ... tied for 10th at the Columbus Junior presented by the Memorial Tournament in 2010 ... also tied for 17th at the AJGA Junior at Centennial ... registered six top 20s in seven AJGA starts in 2009 ... tied for 13th at the GolfWorld Preseason Junior ... finished 14th at the W. Duncan MacMillan Classic ... won the Coca-Cola Junior All-Star Championship with rounds of 70, 74 and 71 for a 1-under total of 215 ... placed fifth at the AJGA Notre Dame Junior Open ... tied for 18th at both the AJGA Junior at Kingsmill and the Montverde Academy Junior All-Star Invitational ... also competed in basketball for three years and baseball for one season at Homestead. Personal: Born August 4, 1993 in Bridgeton, Missouri … is the son of Rod and Judy Niebrugge … has one sister, Alyssa, who is a member of the swimming team at Boston College … contemplating a degree in entrepreneurship … also considered Georgia, Illinois, Michigan and Stanford.

FALL 2012 T25 27 T46 T29

CAREER FINISHES Fighting Illini Invitational Jack Nicklaus Invitational U.S. Collegiate Championship Royal Oaks Intercollegiate

73-71-76—220 (+10) 75-81—156 (+12) 73-76-76—225 (+9) 70-73-72—215 (+2)

SPRING 2013 T26 Amer Ari Invitational T2 The Prestige at PGA West Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters T19 T7 Don Puckette Invitational T5 Linger Longer Invitational T32 Aggie Invitational 2 Morris Williams Intercollegiate T23 Big 12 Championship T10 NCAA Fayetteville Regional T60 NCAA Championship

Year (Class) 2012-13 (Fr.) Career

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72-69-74—215 (-1) 68-73-69—210 (-3) 74-72-74—220 (+4) 65-75-71—211 (-5) 72-69—141 (-3) 76-75-71—222 (+6) 70-67-70—207 (-6) 81-75-68—224 (+14) 67-78-74—219 (+3) 71-74-68—213 (+3)

CAREER STATISTICS Rds-Stks 40-2,898 40-2,898

Lo-Hi 65-81 65-81

Avg. 72.45 72.45


WYNDHAM CLARK RS-FRESHMAN  6-0 DENVER, COLORADO VALOR CHRISTIAN 2012-13 (Freshman): Tied for 17th at the Fighting Illini Invitational ... carded rounds of 72, 77 and 68 for a 217 total ... tied for 48th place at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational with a 162 total. Amateur: Tied for 31st at the 2013 Northeast Amateur at 9-over 285 with rounds of 71, 71, 72 and 71 ... tied for ninth during stroke play at the 2013 U.S. Amateur Championship with scores of 71 and 68 for a 139 total to advance to match play ... lost in his first-round meeting with Gavin Green, 1-up ... one of four recipients of the 2012 Byron Nelson International Junior Golf Award ... named the 2012 Denver Athletic Club Male Athlete of the Year and the National High School Scholastic Coaches Association Male Athlete of the Year ... recipient of the 2012 Colorado Hale Irwin Foundation Male Golfer Award ... was named a second-team AJGA All-American in 2010 and was also an honorable mention selection in 2009 ... finished sixth at the 2012 Azalea Amateur after posting rounds of 71, 72, 68 and 65 ... was the runner-up at the 2012 Sage Valley Junior Invitational after posting rounds of 69, 70 and 73 ... was named the state player of the year in 2011 after winning his second state title ... fired consecutive 64s for an eight-shot victory ... also won the Class 4A state title in 2009 with a 136 total that included rounds of 69 and 67 ... was the state runnerup as a freshman and junior ... won 11 events during his high school career ... won the 2010 Colorado Golf Association Stroke Play Championship at the age

of 16 to becomes the event’s youngest winner since 1971 ... had three top 10s in four AJGA starts in 2011 ... finished third at the HP Boys Championship ... tied for eighth at the Thunderbird International Junior ... placed fourth at The Ping Invitational at Karsten Creek with a 219 total that included scores of 69, 80 and 70 ... finished in the top 20 in six of his seven AJGA starts in 2010 ... finished seventh at the HP Boys Championship ... won the Under Armour/Vicky Hurst Championship with rounds of 75 and 65 for a 140 total ... tied for 20th at the 2010 Ping Invitational at Karsten Creek with scores of 73, 80 and 79 ... in 2009, had three AJGA top fives ... finished third at the Chateau Elan Junior ... tied for second at the Colorado Junior at Flying Horse and finished fourth at the Scissortail Junior Championship ... also finished 12th at The Ping Invitational at Karsten Creek with a 228 total with rounds of 77, 76, 75 ... finished second at the Junior All-Star at Aspen after carding rounds of 68, 72 and 76 for a 216 total ... also competed for two years as a member of the Valor Christian basketball team. Personal: Born Dec. 9, 1993 in Denver, Colorado … is the son of Randall and Lise Clark … has one brother, Brendan and a sister, Kaitlin … contemplating a degree in general business … hobbies include basketball, hunting and fishing and ping pong … also considered Texas, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Oregon, Alabama, Arizona State and Georgia among others.

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BRENDON JELLEY

ANDREW LEWIS

Freshman  6-1 Tulsa, Okla. Jenks

Freshman  6-4 Mississauga, Ontario, Canada Appleby College

Amateur: Tied for second at the 2013 Oklahoma Golf Association Stroke Play Championship ... carded rounds of 68, 69 and 71 for a 208 total ... was named the Tulsa World’s 2013 All-Metro Boys Golfer of the Year ... was an all-conference selection all four years for Jenks ... was also named JHS’ male athlete of the year ... was a two-time regional medalist and was the Class 6A state championship runner-up in 2011 ... was named a Rolex AllAmerica honorable mention selection in 2012 ... won the 2012 AJGA Junior at Steelwood after carding a 213 total that included rounds of 76, 69 and 68 ... finished his career with six top-five finishes in AJGA events ... won the 2012 Red River Classic as well with a 1-over 141 total ... was runner-up at the Stacey Lewis AJGA ... Wendy’s High School Heisman Award winner. Personal: Son of Steve and Julie Jelley ... born Oct. 14, 1994 ... both parents attended OSU ... has one brother, Garrett ... contemplating a major in finance ... also considered Arkansas, SMU, Tulsa, Oklahoma and Texas A&M.

Amateur: Was second at the 2013 Investors Group Spring Classic after carding scores of 70, 75 and 74 ... carded rounds of 70, 75 and 74 for a 219 total ... posted rounds of 77 and 75 to finish second at the 2011 FCWT-TPC Sawgrass ... was the Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association Golf champion in 2009 and 2010 ... was named team MVP on two occasions ... won the 2009 Canadian Junior Golf Association’s Ontario PGA Junior Championship with a pair of 76s. Personal: Is the son of Steve Lachowski and Sondra Lewis ... has one sister, Caroline ... born Dec. 4, 1994 ... contemplated major is strategic communications ... also considered Arizona State, New Mexico and San Diego ... competed in hockey, basketball, rugby and baseball ... won three MVP awards in hockey.

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STRATTON NOLEN

ZACHARY OLSEN

Freshman  5-4 Austin, Texas Westlake

Freshman  6-0 Cordova, Tenn. Memphis University School

Amateur: Named the recipient of the 2013 Byron Nelson International Junior Golf Award ... won the Texas 5A UIL State Championship in 2012 ... posted rounds of 71 and 69 for a 140 total before winning the event on the first playoff hole ... carded rounds of 72 and 68 to win the PGA Junior Series at The Quarry in 2012 ... was runner-up in 2011 at the Signsational Signs Junior at The Woodlands ... was named the Legends Junior Tour Player of the Year in 2010, 2011 and 2012 ... won the 2010 Firecracker Open and was the event’s runner-up in 2012 ... won the 2011 Texas State Junior Championship ... posted a 5-under 208 to finish second at the 2012 HP Byron Nelson Junior Championship ... won the 2010 Stars of Texas Junior All-Star with a 206 score that included rounds of 68, 71 and 67 ... Personal: Is the son of Breck and Beatsy Nolen ... born April 7, 1995 in Austin, Texas ... has one sister, Taylor ... contemplating a degree in accounting ... also considered Texas, Texas A&M and Arizona.

Amateur: Won the 2013 Southern Amateur ... posted rounds of 64, 73, 68 and 71 for a 12-under 276 total ... birdied the first extra hole to win a threeway playoff ... was named the Southern Golf Association’s Amateur of the Month following the victory ... won the 2013 Tennessee State Match Play Championship ... finished seventh during stroke play at even-par 144 ... defeated Todd Burgan, 2 and 1, and Grant Daugherty, 4 and 3, to advance to the semifinals ... knocked off Brendon Caballero, 6 and 4 to advance to the championship match where he defeated Hunter Kraus, 4 and 3 ... advanced to the round of 32 at the 2013 U.S. Amateur Championship ... tied for 27th during stroke play at the 2013 U.S. Amateur Championship with rounds of 75 and 67 for a 142 total ... won his first-round match against Julian Suri, 2 and 1 ... fell in round two to Neil Raymond, 2 and 1 ... carded rounds of 68, 68 and 73 to win the 2012 Junior Invitational with a 7-under total of 209 ... won three D2-AA regional titles during his prep career, winning the event as a senior, sophomore and eighth grader ... was named The Commercial Appeal’s Best of the Preps Golfer of the Year in 2008 after winning the state title as an eighth grader ... was the state runner-up in 2009 and 2010 ... was named the 2011 Tennessee Golf Association Boys Junior Amateur Player of the Year. Personal: Son of Brad and Julie Olsen ... born June 1, 1994 in Memphis, Tenn. ... has one sister, Katie ... contemplating a major in accounting ... his father played golf at Centenary and his mother played collegiately at Illinois State ... also considered Alabama, Georgia Tech and Florida.

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2012-13 SCHEDULE & RESULTS Date Sept. 30-Oct. 2 Oct. 8-9 Oct. 19-21 Oct. 29-30 Feb. 6-8 Feb. 18-20 March 8-10 March 16-17 March 23-24 April 6-7 April 13-14 April 22-24 May 16-18 May 28-June 2

Tournament Fighting Illini Invitational Jack Nicklaus Invitational U.S. Collegiate Championship Royal Oaks Intercollegiate Amer Ari Invitational The Prestige Southern Highlands Collegiate Don Puckette Invitational Linger Longer Invitational Aggie Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship NCAA Regional NCAA Championship

Player Ian Davis Talor Gooch Jordan Niebrugge Kevin Dougherty Brad Gehl Sam Lee Sean Einhaus Patrick Winther Karsten Majors Wyndham Clark Tanner Kesterson Indiv. Totals Team Scores

Player Wyndham Clark Ian Davis Kevin Dougherty Sean Einhaus Brad Gehl Talor Gooch Tanner Kesterson Sam Lee Karsten Majors Jordan Niebrugge Patrick Winther

Rounds 37 35 40 26 3 9 22 31 3 5 17 228 40

Course Olympia Fields CC Muirfield Village Golf Club of Georgia Royal Oaks CC King’s Course PGA West GC Southern Highlands CC Tucson National Reynolds Plantation Traditions GC UT Golf Club Prairie Dunes GC Blessings GC Capital City Club

Site Olympia Fields, Ill. Dublin, Ohio Alpharetta, Ga. Dallas, Texas Kona, Hawaii Palm Springs, Calif. Las Vegas, Nev. Tucson, Ariz. Greensboro, Ga. College Station, Texas Austin, Texas Hutchinson, Kan. Fayetteville, Ark. Atlanta, Ga.

Finish 8th/14 T2nd/11 T9/15 1st/14 9th/20 6th/15 6th/15 3rd/16 3rd/14 10th/12 4th/12 2nd/9 4th/14 14th/30

2012-13 OVERALL STROKE AVERAGES Strokes 2,674 2,534 2,898 1,892 219 665 1,661 2,341 227 379 1,295 16,785 11,583

vs. Par +31 +27 +45 +38 +3 +20 +92 +133 +11 +25 +83 +508 +171

Low 66 67 65 67 72 69 69 68 74 68 68 65 276

High 78 82 81 79 74 79 81 82 77 85 81 85 313

Avg. 72.27 72.40 72.45 72.77 73.00 73.89 75.50 75.52 75.67 75.80 76.18 73.62 289.58

Avg. vs. Par +0.84 +0.77 +1.13 +1.46 +1.00 +2.22 +4.18 +4.29 +3.67 +5.00 +4.88 +2.23 +4.28

2012-13 MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS

Cl. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. So.

Score 876 (+36) 608 (+32) 886 (+22) 842 (-10) 855 (-9) 864 (+12) 887 (+23) 852 (-12) 577 (+1) 888 (+24) 856 (+4) 863 (+23) 882 (+18) 847 (+7)

Hometown Denver, Colo. Edmond, Okla. Murrieta, Calif. Borken, Germany Carmel, Indiana Midwest City, Okla. Plano, Texas Suva, Fiji Bixby, Okla. Mequon, Wis. Copenhagen, Denmark

Events 2 13 9 8 1 12 6 3 1 14 11

Victories 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Top Five 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 3 0

Individual T17. Clark, 217 (+7) T6. Einhaus, 149 (+5) T2. Gooch, 213 (-3) T1. Davis, 206 (-7) T20. Lee, 214 (-2) T2. Niebrugge, 210 (-3) T19. Niebrugge, 220 (+4) T7. Niebrugge, 211 (-5) T5. Two Players, 141 (-3) T23. Dougherty, 220 (+4) 2. Niebrugge, 207 (-6) 2. Gooch, 213 (+3) T5. Dougherty, 216 (E) T8. Davis, 205 (-5)

Top Finish T1. Royal Oaks Intercollegiate 2. Two Times 2. Two Times T5. Two Times T1. ULM Wallace Jones Invitational T1. ULM Wallace Jones Invitational T6. Jack Nicklaus Invitational T14. Don Puckette Invitational T12. ULM Wallace Jones Invitational T17. Fighting Illini Invitational T23. Jack Nicklaus Invitational T1. Three Times 1. Royal Oaks Intercollegiate

6-10 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 0

11-20 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 3

Rds. in 60s 1 6 5 1 0 6 1 1 0 9 1

Low 54 217 205 214 217 219 209 221 214 227 207 214

MISCELLANEOUS CAREER STATISTICS (RETURNING PLAYERS ONLY)

Player Ian Davis Kevin Dougherty Sean Einhaus Brad Gehl Talor Gooch Tanner Kesterson Karsten Majors Patrick Winther

Events 25 17 38 8 35 11 2 17

Victories 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Top Five 1 3 3 2 5 0 0 0

6-10 2 0 5 0 3 1 0 1

11-20 5 2 2 0 8 0 2 4

Rds. in 60s 6 5 10 1 13 2 0 2

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Low 18 66 67 66 68 66 68 74 66

Low 54 205 214 210 218 209 220 227 208

Low 72 297 283 293

All-America


2012-13 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS WYNDHAM CLARK FR. • DENVER, COLO.

Overall Finish T17 T48

Finish Among OSU Players 1 5

Tournament Fighting Illini Invitational Jack Nicklaus Invitational

Score 72-77-68—217 (+7) 77-85—162 (+18)

IAN DAVIS

JR. • EDMOND, OKL. Overall Finish T6 T28 T1 T34 T33. T25 T14 T28 T27 T14 T5 T14 T8

Finish Among OSU Players T1 2 1 3 3 2 T2 4 2 T2 2 3 1

Tournament Jack Nicklaus Invitational U.S. Collegiate Championship Royal Oaks Intercollegiate Amer Ari Invitational The Prestige at PGA West Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters Don Puckette Invitational Linger Longer Invitational Aggie Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship NCAA Fayetteville Regional NCAA Championship

Score 71-78—149 (+5) 77-72-73—222 (+6) 66-69-71—206 (-7) 72-72-72—216 (E) 72-74-74—220 (+7) 77-70-75—222 (+6) 69-67-78—214 (-2) 73-74—147 (+3) 74-74-73—221 (+5) 71-71-74—216 (+3) 71-74-71—216 (+6) 72-71-77—220 (+4) 67-70-68—205 (-5)

Ian Davis

KEVIN DOUGHERTY JR. • MURRIETA, CALIF.

Overall Finish T26 T55 T35 T5 T23 T39 T19 T5 T116

Finish Among OSU Players Ind. 5 4 Ind. 1 4 T3 1 4

Tournament Royal Oaks Intercollegiate Amer Ari Invitational Don Puckette Invitational Linger Longer Invitational Aggie Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship NCAA Fayetteville Regional NCAA Championship

Score 68-67-79—214 (+1) 79-68-72—219 (+3) 72-73-74—219 (+3) 68-73—141 (-3) 74-77-69—220 (+4) 75-74-72—221 (+8) 74-76-73—223 (+13) 73-73-70—216 (E) 74-74-71—219 (+9)

SEAN EINHAUS SR. • BORKEN, GERMANY

Overall Finish T30 T6 T69 T39 T37 T52 T72 T64

Finish Among OSU Players 3 T1 5 4 4 5 5 Ind.

Tournament Fighting Illini Invitational Jack Nicklaus Invitational U.S. Collegiate Championship Royal Oaks Intercollegiate The Prestige at PGA West Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters Linger Longer Invitational Morris WIlliams Intercollegiate

Score 75-72-75—222 (+12) 74-75—149 (+5) 81-76-78—235 (+19) 77-71-69—217 (+4) 72-75-74—221 (+8) 74-79-74—227 (+11) 81-77—158 (+14) 73-79-80—232 (+19)

TALOR GOOCH

JR. • MIDWEST CITY, OKLA.

Talor Gooch

Overall Finish T2 T6 T49 T7 T39 T39 T10 T49 T14 2 T32 T38

Finish Among OSU Players 1 2 5 2 3 5 2 4 T2 1 4 2

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Tournament U.S. Collegiate Championship Royal Oaks Intercollegiate Amer Ari Invitational The Prestige at PGA West Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters Don Puckette Invitational Linger Longer Invitational Aggie Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship NCAA Fayetteville Regional NCAA Championship

Score 68-71-74—213 (-3) 71-67-71—209 (-4) 71-71-76—218 (+2) 71-72-70—213 (E) 74-78-73—225 (+9) 70-75-75—220 (+4) 73-70—143 (-3) 75-72-79—226 (+10) 69-75-72—216 (+3) 70-69-74—213 (+3) 74-82-71—227 (+11) 67-76-68—211 (+1)


2012-13 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS TANNER KESTERSON

JORDAN NIEBRUGGE

SO. • PLANO, TEXAS

Overall Finish T43 T23 T60 T59 77 T27

Finish Among OSU Players 5 Ind. 4 Ind. Ind. Ind.

Tournament Fighting Illini Invitational Jack Nicklaus Invitational U.S. Collegiate Championship Royal Oaks Intercollegiate The Prestige at PGA West ULM Wallace Jones Invitational

FR. • MEQUON, WISC.

Score 76-71-79—226 (+16) 79-76—155 (+11) 75-78-75—228 (+12) 68-74-79—221 (+8) 79-80-74—233 (+20) 74-77-81—232 (+16)

BRAD GEHL

JR. • CARMEL, IND. Overall Finish T1

Finish Among OSU Players Ind.

Tournament ULM Wallace Jones Invitational

Score 72-73-74—219 (+3)

Overall Finish T25 27 T46 T29 T26 T2 T19 T7 T5 T32 2 T23 T10 T60

Finish Among OSU Players 2 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 5 2 3

SAM LEE

Finish Among OSU Players 1 5 Ind.

Tournament Amer Ari Invitational The Prestige at PGA West ULM Wallace Jones Invitational

FR. • COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

Score 73-72-69—214 (-2) 74-79-79—232 (+19) 75-74-70—219 (+3)

KARSTEN MAJORS JR. • BIXBY, OKLA.

Overall Finish T12

Finish Among OSU Players Ind.

Tournament ULM Wallace Jones Invitational

Score 73-71-76—220 (+10) 75-81—156 (+12) 73-76-76—225 (+9) 70-73-72—215 (+2) 72-69-74—215 (-1) 68-73-69—210 (-3) 74-72-74—220 (+4) 65-75-71—211 (-5) 72-69—141 (-3) 76-75-71—222 (+6) 70-67-70—207 (-6) 81-75-68—224 (+14) 67-78-74—219 (+3) 71-74-68—213 (+3)

PATRICK WINTHER

JR. • SUVA, FIJI Overall Finish T20 T74 T1

Tournament Fighting Illini Invitational Jack Nicklaus Invitational U.S. Collegiate Championship Royal Oaks Intercollegiate Amer Ari Invitational The Prestige at PGA West Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters Don Puckette Invitational Linger Longer Invitational Aggie Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship NCAA Fayetteville Regional NCAA Championship

Score 76-77-74—227 (+11)

Overall Finish T32 T18 T44 T39 T14 T23 T60 T58 T19 65 155

Finish Among OSU Players 4 3 5 3 T2 3 5 5 T3 5 5

Jordan Niebrugge

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Tournament Fighting Illini Invitational Jack Nicklaus Invitational Royal Oaks Intercollegiate Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters Don Puckette Invitational Linger Longer Invitational Aggie Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship NCAA Fayetteville Regional NCAA Championship

Score 73-73-77—223 (+13) 75-79—154 (+10) 74-71-73—218 (+5) 74-75-76—225 (+9) 73-68-73—214 (-2) 71-75—146 (+2) 76-76-79—231 (+15) 79-71-78—228 (+15) 70-74-79—223 (+13) 81-82-81—244 (+28) 78-75-82—235 (+25)


2012-13 TEAM STATISTICS

The Cowboys celebrate winning the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate.

OLYMPIA FIELDS/FIGHTING ILLINI INVITATIONAL

ROYAL OAKS INTERCOLLEGIATE

Olympia Fields Country Club • Olympia Fields, Ill. • Par 70, 7,142 Yards 1. Arkansas 283-278-293—854 1. Patrick Rodgers, Stanford 72-68-67—207 2. Florida 295-286-286—867 T17. Wyndham Clark, Okla. State 72-77-68—217 3. Florida State 293-285-291—869 T25. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State 73-71-76—220 T4. Duke 291-291-291—873 T30. Sean Einhaus, Okla. State 75-72-75—222 T4. Stanford 297-285-291—873 T32. Patrick Winther, Okla. State 73-73-77—223 8. Oklahoma State 293-287-296—876 T43. Tanner Kesterson, Okla. State 76-71-79—226 (Northwestern 875, Auburn 875, SMU 879, Indiana 887, Clemson 887, Illinois 887, Augusta State 894, Purdue 903)

Royal Oaks Country Club • Dallas, Texas • Par 71, 7,068 Yards 1.Oklahoma State 281-278-283—842 T1. Ian Davis, Okla. State 66-69-71—206 T2. New Mexico 290-281-275—846 T6. Talor Gooch, Okla. State 71-67-71—209 T2. Texas Tech 288-269-289—846 T26. Kevin Dougherty, Okla. State* 68-67-79—214 4. SMU 283-281-284—848 T29. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State 70-73-72—215 5. Iowa 283-277-291—851 T39. Sean Einhaus, Okla. State 77-71-69—217 6. Texas A&M 286-278-288—852 T44. Patrick Winther, Okla. State 74-71-73—218 7. Missouri 290-283-280—853 T59. Tanner Kesterson, Okla. State* 68-74-79— (Tulsa 854, Augusta State 856, Baylor 856, Oklahoma 859, North Carolina 861, Lamar 867, Ohio State 876)

JACK NICKLAUS INVITATIONAL Muirfield Village Golf Club • Dublin, Ohio • Par 72, 7,352 Yards 1.Kent State 303-302—605 1. Greg Eason, UCF T2. Oklahoma State 295-313—608 T6. Sean Einhaus, Okla. State T2. Vanderbilt 311-297—608 T6. Ian Davis, Okla. State 4. Kentucky 302-307—609 T18. Patrick Winther, Okla. State 5. UCF 317-300—617 T23. Tanner Kesterson, Okla. State* 6. BYU 302-316—618 27. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State T48. Wyndham Clark, Okla. State (Arkansas 620, Purdue 620, San Diego 622, UNLV 624, Ohio State 629)

AMER ARI INVITATIONAL 70-70-—140 74-75—149 71-78—149 75-79—154 79-76—155 75-81—156 77-85—162

U.S. COLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP The Golf Club of Georgia • Alpharetta, Ga. • Par 72, 7,017 Yards 1.Georgia Tech 291-291-292—874 1. Patrick Rodgers, Stanford 70-72-67—209 2. UCLA 297-283-295—875 T2. Talor Gooch, Okla. State 68-71-74—213 3. Southern California 289-299-291—879 T28. Ian Davis, Okla. State 77-72-73—222 4. Virginia 295-294-291—880 T46. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State 73-76-76—225 5. Stanford 306-289-286—881 T60. Tanner Kesterson, Okla. State 75-78-75—228 T9. Oklahoma State 293-295-298—886 T69. Sean Einhaus, Okla. State 81-76-78—235 (Duke 882, Clemson 882, Washington 883, Auburn 886, East Tennessee State 892, Wake Forest 893, Kent State 896, Texas A&M 902, Iowa 912)

Waikoloa Kings’ Course • Waikoloa, Hawaii • Par 72, 7,074 Yards T1.UCLA 277-280-285—842 1. Dominic Bozzelli, Auburn 70-68-67—205 T1. Washington 280-275-287—842 T20. Sam Lee, Okla. State 73-72-69—214 3. TCU 277-291-281—849 T26. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State 72-69-74—215 T4. Georgia Tech 283-283-284—850 T34. Ian Davis, Okla. State 72-72-72—216 T4. Southern California 291-273-286—850 T49. Talor Gooch, Okla. State 71-71-76—218 T4. Texas 279-283-288—850 T55. Kevin Dougherty, Okla. State 79-68-72—219 9. Oklahoma State 288-280-287—855 (Stanford 852, Auburn 854, Arizona State 863, Oregon 864, Texas Tech 868, San Jose State 870, Oregon State 873, Osaka Gakuin 878, UC Davis 887, Colorado 889, Hawaii-Hilo 891, Hawaii 902, CSU-Stanislaus 903)

THE PRESTIGE AT PGA WEST Greg Norman Course • La Quinta, Calif. • Par 71, 7,100 Yards T1. Washington 284-281-286—851 1. Pedro Figueiredo, UCLA 71-67-67—205 T1. Southern California 279-294-278—851 T2. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State 68-73-69—210 T3. UCLA 283-282-291—856 T7. Talor Gooch, Okla. State 71-72-70—213 T3.Texas Tech 283-287-286—856 T33. Ian Davis, Okla. State 72-74-74—220 5. Stanford 285-290-285—860 T37. Sean Einhaus, Okla. State 72-75-74—221 6. Oklahoma State 283-294-287—864 T74. Sam Lee, Okla. State 74-79-79—232 7. TCU 278-304-287—869 77. Tanner Kesterson, Okla. State* 79-80-74—233 (Arizona State 870, Oregon 877, Fresno State 882, UC Davis 883, San Diego State 891, Stirling 898, Pepperdine 901, Colorado 904)

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2012-13 TEAM STATISTICS SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS COLLEGIATE MASTERS Southern Highlands Golf Club • Las Vegas, Nev. • Par 72, 7,150 Yards 1. California 285-280-291—856 1. Patrick Rodgers, Stanford 66-73-73—212 T2. Alabama 289-288-292—869 T19. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State 74-72-74—220 T2. New Mexico 291-290-288—869 T25. Ian Davis, Okla. State 77-70-75—222 4. UCLA 291-291-288—870 T39. Talor Gooch, Okla. State 74-78-73—225 5. Stanford 286-290-300—876 T39. Patrick Winther, Okla. State 74-75-76—225 6. Oklahoma State 296-295-296—887 T52. Sean Einhaus, Okla. State 74-79-74—227 (Georgia Tech 890, Florida 891, UNLV 892, Southern California 893, Duke 893, Texas 901, Georgia 904, Texas A&M 905, Oklahoma 914)

DON PUCKETTE NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT Omni Tucson National Golf Club • Tucson, Ariz. • Par 72, 7,094 Yards 1. New Mexico 277-288-279—844 1. Julien Brun, TCU 68-65-75—208 2. TCU 279-281-285—845 T7. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State 65-75-71—211 3. Oklahoma State 276-283-293—852 T14. Patrick Winther, Okla. State 73-68-73—214 4. Arkansas 282-287-286—855 T14. Ian Davis, Okla. State 69-67-78—214 5. Texas A&M 285-290-284—859 T35. Kevin Dougherty, Okla. State 72-73-74—219 6. SMU 288-282-290—860 T39. Talor Gooch, Okla. State 68-77-75—220 (Arizona 864, San Diego State 867, UNLV 869, New Mexico State 873, Long Beach State 885, San Diego 893, Texas-El Paso 898, Hawaii 903, Nevada 903, Wyoming 919)

LINGER LONGER INVITATIONAL Reynolds Plantation • Greensboro, Ga. • Par 72, 7,073 Yards 1. Alabama 281-279—560 1. Cory Whitsett, Alabama 67-70—137 2. Kennesaw State 291-285—576 T5. Kevin Dougherty, Okla. State* 68-73—141 3. Oklahoma State 289-288—577 T5. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State 72-69—141 4. Georgia Tech 295-284—579 T10. Talor Gooch, Okla. State 73-70—143 5. Georgia 291-291—582 T23. Patrick Winther, Okla. State 71-75—146 6. Mercer 298-291—589 T28. Ian Davis, Okla. State 73-74—147 7. Oklahoma 295-296—591 T72. Sean Einhaus, Okla. State 81-77—158 (South Florida 592, Charlotte 595, Michigan State 596, Liberty 597, Jacksonville 602, Minnesota 606, Penn State 624)

Patrick Winther

AGGIE INVITATIONAL Traditions Golf Club • Bryan, Texas • Par 72, 7,146 Yards 1. Alabama 278-283-285—846 1. Cory Whitsett, Alabama 2. Kent State 289-284-291—864 T23. Kevin Dougherty, Okla. State 3. Washington 295-282-291—868 T27. Ian Davis, Okla. State 4. Arkansas 295-292-282—869 T32. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State T5. Texas A&M 291-288-291—870 T49. Talor Gooch, Okla. State T5. UCLA 289-294-287—870 T60. Patrick Winther, Okla. State 10. Oklahoma State 299-297-292—888 (Duke 877, LSU 878, Oklahoma 879, North Texas 897, Texas Tech 907)

69-69-70—208 74-77-69—220 74-74-73—221 76-75-71—222 75-72-79—226 76-76-79—231

MORRIS WILLIAMS INTERCOLLEGIATE University of Texas Golf Club • Austin, Texas • Par 71, 7,412 Yards 1. Texas 289-273-286—848 1. Finley Ewing IV, Texas Tech 69-69-68—206 2. Texas Tech 284-282-287—853 2. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State 70-67-70—207 3. TCU 281-281-292—854 T14. Talor Gooch, Okla. State 69-75-72—216 4. Oklahoma State 285-283-288—856 T14. Ian Davis, Okla. State 71-71-74—216 5. New Mexico 284-278-298—860 T39. Kevin Dougherty, Okla. State 75-74-72—221 6. Liberty 295-274-294—863 T58. Patrick Winther, Okla. State 79-71-78—228 7. North Texas 292-285-298—875 T64. Sean Einhaus, Okla. State* 73-79-80—232 (Houston 877, Baylor 877, Kent State 878, UNLV 893, UT Arlington 895)

BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP

Kevin Dougherty

Prairie Dunes Country Club • Hutchinson, Kan. • Par 70, 6,916 Yards 1. Texas 290-281-288—859 1. Brandon Stone, Texas 70-67-73—210 2. Oklahoma State 285-292-286—863 2. Talor Gooch, Okla. State 70-69-74—213 3. Oklahoma 296-293-280—869 T5. Ian Davis, Okla. State 71-74-71—216 4. TCU 287-291-293—871 T19. Kevin Dougherty, Okla. State 74-76-73—223 5. Kansas State 291-298-302—891 T19. Patrick Winther, Okla. State 70-74-79—223 6. Baylor 297-292-306—895 T23. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State 81-75-68—224 (Texas Tech 897, Kansas 899, Iowa State 904)

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2012-13 TEAM STATISTICS NCAA FAYETTEVILLE REGIONAL Blessings Golf Club • Fayetteville, Ark. • Par 72, 7,251 Yards 1. Illinois 282-292-289—863 1. Mario Clemens, SMU 70-70-73—213 2. Arkansas 290-283-293—866 T5. Kevin Dougherty, Okla. State 73-73-70—216 3. Texas 285-298-297—880 T10. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State 67-78-74—219 4. Oklahoma State 286-304-292—882 T14. Ian Davis, Okla. State 72-71-77—220 5. Kent State 288-303-301—892 T32. Talor Gooch, Okla. State 74-82-71—227 6. SMU 297-298-300—895 65. Patrick Winther, Okla. State 81-82-81—244 ( (Tulsa 908, Colorado 911, UNCW 916, Kentucky 917, Liberty 919, Missouri-Kansas City 924, Indiana 931, Alabama State 969)

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP Capital City Club Crabapple Course • Atlanta, Ga. • Par 70, 7,319 Yards 1.California 277-272-275—824 1. Max Homa, California 70-65-66—201 2.Georgia Tech 274-274-282—830 T8. Ian Davis, Okla. State 67-70-68—205 T3. Alabama 275-276-282—833 T38. Talor Gooch, Okla. State 67-76-68—211 T3. Texas 279-271-283—833 T60. Jordan Niebrugge, Okla. State 71-74-68—213 5. Illinois 276-281-278—835 T116. Kevin Dougherty, Okla. State 74-74-71—219 T14. Oklahoma State 279-293-275—847 155. Patrick Winther, Okla. State 78-75-82—235 (New Mexico 842, Texas A&M 842, UNLV 842, Arizona State 842, Arkansas 843, Oklahoma 845, Florida State 845, Auburn 846, Texas Tech 847, Washington 848, UCF 848, North Florida 849, TCU 850, Georgia 850, Tennessee 850, Coastal Carolina 851, LSU 854, Southern California 854, Florida 857, UCLA 858, South Carolina 868, Kent State 868, St. Mary’s (Ca) 869, Ball State 872)

MATCH PLAY Quarterfinal Results California (1) def. Arizona State (8), 3-2 Illinois (5) def. Texas (4), 3-2 Georgia Tech (2) def. UNLV (7), 3-2 Alabama (3) def. New Mexico (6), 4-1

Ian Davis

OKLAHOMA STATE VS. THE NATION 127-67-3 Overall Record

Semifinal Results Illinois (5) def. California (1), 3-2 Alabama (3) def. Georgia Tech (2), 3-0-2 Championship Result Alabama (3) def. Illinois (5), 4-1

Brad Gehl

Alabama Alabama State Arkansas Arizona Arizona State Auburn Augusta State Ball State Baylor BYU California CSU-Stanislaus Charlotte Clemson Central Florida Coastal Carolina Colorado Duke East Tennessee State Fresno State Florida Florida State Georgia Georgia Tech Hawaii Hawaii-Hilo Houston Illinois Indiana Iowa Iowa State Jacksonville Kansas Kansas State Kennesaw State Kent State Kentucky Lamar Liberty Long Beach State LSU Mercer Michigan State Minnesota

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0-4 1-0 2-4 1-0 2-1 0-3-1 2-0 1-0 3-0 1-0 0-2 1-0 1-0 1-1 2-0 1-0 3-0 1-3 1-0 1-0 2-1 0-2 3-0 2-3 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-2 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 4-2 2-0 1-0 3-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0

Missouri Missouri-Kansas City Nevada New Mexico New Mexico State Northwestern North Carolina North Florida North Texas Ohio State Oklahoma Oregon Oregon State Osaka Gakuin Penn State Pepperdine Purdue San Diego San Diego State San Jose State South Carolina South Florida Southern California Stanford Stirling St. Mary’s (Ca) SMU Tennessee Texas Texas A&M Texas-El Paso TCU Texas Tech Tulsa UC Davis UT Arlington UCLA UNC-Wilmington UNLV Vanderbilt Virginia Wake Forest Washington Wyoming

1-0 1-0 1-0 2-3 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 4-2 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-3 0-5 1-0 1-0 4-0 1-0 1-5 4-2 1-0 3-3 4-2-1 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-5 1-0 4-1 0-0-1 0-1 1-0 1-4 1-0


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ALL-AMERICANS BY SCHOOLS (1958-2013) * 1958 was first year All-Americans were recognized School Oklahoma State Houston Arizona State Georgia Florida Southern California Wake Forest Brigham Young Stanford Texas Ohio State Georgia Tech Clemson North Carolina Arizona UCLA Oklahoma New Mexico UNLV Fresno State Alabama Indiana LSU Texas A&M Purdue San Jose State Minnesota N.C. State San Diego State East Tennessee State Oregon Florida State Washington Arkansas Auburn Duke Illinois TCU California Northwestern Augusta State Colorado Oral Roberts North Texas State Tennessee Georgia Southern Kent State South Carolina UTEP Wichita State Virginia Tech Lamar Maryland Michigan State Texas Tech Michigan Cal State L.A. Central Florida Mississippi SMU Yale Penn State Coastal Carolina

1st Team 57 30 22 19 27 21 22 14 10 19 15 17 15 6 12 7 5 4 8 3 6 7 5 3 7 5 4 4 2 5 4 4 6 4 4 1 5 4 5 6 1 1 1 1 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 4 3 0 2 0 3 1 3 0 0 0 2

2nd Team 34 25 22 27 16 16 15 19 17 10 12 12 9 11 7 10 13 9 7 11 10 7 5 5 5 5 4 5 6 3 7 5 3 2 4 6 2 2 3 2 5 4 4 2 2 1 3 5 4 3 3 1 0 1 1 3 2 4 2 2 1 2 0

School 3rd Team 32 16 18 16 17 18 16 13 18 16 14 10 6 11 8 8 5 9 7 6 3 3 7 9 4 6 7 6 7 6 3 4 4 6 4 5 5 6 2 1 3 4 4 6 7 4 4 3 4 3 4 1 3 5 3 3 0 0 0 3 4 3 2

Total 123 71 62 62 60 55 53 46 45 45 41 39 30 28 27 25 23 22 22 20 19 17 17 17 16 16 15 15 15 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 4

Georgia State Pepperdine Baylor Tulsa Temple Miami (Fla.) North Florida Furman Kentucky Vanderbilt Alabama-Birmingham South Alabama New Mexico State Ball State Pacific Virginia Hamilton Utah State Miami (Ohio) Pennsylvania Houston Baptist Centenary Chattanooga Syracuse Weber State Wisconsin Alabama State Missouri Dartmouth Colorado State SW Louisiana Long Beach State Notre Dame Iowa Louisville Memphis State Ohio Princeton San Diego Seattle Marquette Oregon State Texas State Santa Clara UC Irvine Boise State College of Charleston Charlotte Iowa State Kennesaw State Nebraska Northern Illinois San Francisco Toledo Air Force Hartford Kansas Liberty Loyola Marymount Marshall Middle Tennessee St. Rice UC Santa Barbara Virginia State

1st Team 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2nd Team 1 1 0 3 0 0 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

* Counting “Honorable Mention” selections, OSU has a total of 163 All-American selections.

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3rd Team 2 2 3 1 4 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Total 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1


ALL-AMERICAN HONOREES FOR SELECTED TEAMS Year 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Team 1st Team 2nd Team 3rd Team Total

OSU 1, 3 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 2 1, 1, 2, 3 1, 1, 2 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3, 3 1, 2 1, 2, 3, 3 1, 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 2 1, 2 1, 1, 3 1, 1, 1, 3 1, 1, 2 1, 3 1, 1, 2 1, 3, 3 2 1 1, 1, 3 1, 1, 3 2, 2, 3, 3 1, 2, 2 3, 3 1,2 1, 2, 3 1 1 1 2 1, 2, 3, 3 1,1 1 1, 1, 3 1, 2, 2 1, 1, 1

OSU 47 26 24 97

Arizona St. 2 3 3 1, 2 2 1, 2 2, 3 2 3 1 1 2, 2 1 1 1, 3 1, 2, 3 1, 3 1, 2, 3 1 1, 2 3 1, 1 2 2,2 1 1,2 1 2,3 3 1, 3 1, 2

Clemson

2

Florida 1, 2, 3 1, 1 1 3

Ga. Tech

1

3

3, 3 3

3 1, 3 2 1

3 3

3 1, 1, 3 3 1, 2 3 2 2, 3

2

1, 1 1 1,1 1, 2, 3 1,1 1, 2 1, 2, 3 2

2 1,3 1 3 1,1 1 1, 1, 2, 3 1 2 1

1 1

1 1 1, 2 1, 2 2 1 3 1, 1 1 1, 1 1, 3 1, 2, 3 1 3 1, 2, 2 2, 3 2, 2 2 1

3 1, 2, 3 2

Arizona St. 19 17 13 49

Alabama 1

2, 3 1, 3 1, 2, 3

2 3 1, 2 1, 2 1, 3 3

Georgia 1

1, 2, 2 3 3, 3

3

2 2, 3

USC 1, 2, 3 2, 2, 2 1 1, 3 2, 3 2 2, 2, 3 1, 3 1, 3 2 1, 3

UCLA

3 1

Stanford 3 3 3 2 2, 3

3 3 3

1, 1, 2 1, 2 3 1

3

2, 3 1,1, 2 2 2

1 3 2

2 1 2 1, 3

1 1

2 1 2 1 3, 3

1 1, 3 2, 3 1, 2, 2, 3, 3 1

3

3, 3 3 1, 2, 2 1, 2 1 1 1 1

2 2

2 1 2 2 1, 2 1,2,3 1, 2, 2

2 1 1, 1 1

2 2, 3 1, 3 2

3 2 1, 3 1, 3 1 1 1 3 1 1 2, 3 3 1

2 2 2, 2, 2 1, 2 1, 1, 2 2, 2, 2, 3 2, 2, 2, 3 1, 2 2

Texas

1, 3 2,2 2, 3

3 2, 2, 3, 3 1, 3 2 3 1 1,2 1, 3

3, 3 3 1,1,3 1

UCLA 7 12 8 37

Stanford 10 9 14 33

Texas 15 6 15 35

Stanford 0

Texas 2

Stanford 10

Texas 13

3

TOTAL NUMBER OF ALL-AMERICANS Clemson 15 9 5 29

Florida 18 9 14 41

Ga. Tech 16 12 10 38

Georgia 15 19 11 45

Alabama 6 10 3 19

USC 12 13 9 34

NUMBER OF SEASON WITH AT LEAST TWO FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS OSU 12*

Arizona St. 1

Clemson 3

Florida 4

Ga. Tech 2

Georgia 2

Alabama 0

USC 1

UCLA 1

NUMBER OF SEASON WITH AT LEAST ONE FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS OSU 33

Arizona St. 18

Clemson 12

Florida 14

Ga. Tech 14

Georgia 14

Alabama 6

USC 11

UCLA 6

*— Includes the 1987 and 2011 season, when OSU became the only school ever to place three players on the All-America first team.

FACTS & FIGURES • OSU had at least one first-team All-American every year from 1970 through ’91, an NCAArecord string of 22 years. • On an NCAA-record 12 occasions, OSU has had at least two first-team All-Americans in the same year (1977-78-83-86-87-88-90-94-95-06-09-11).

• Since 1958, OSU is the only team to have at least one All-American every year (OSU had honorable mention selections in 1967 and 2007).

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THREE-TIME FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

Lindy Miller (1976, 77, 78)

Bob Tway (1979-80-81)

Scott Verplank (1984, 85, 86)

Kevin Wentworth (1989-90-91)

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TWO-TIME FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

Bob Dickson 1965-66

Mark Hayes 1970-71

Danny Edwards 1972-73

David Edwards 1978-79

Willie Wood 1982-83

Brian Watts 1986-87

Michael Bradley 1987-88

Chris Tidland 1993-95

Alan Bratton 1994-95

Charles Howell 1999-2000

Hunter Mahan 2002-2003

Pablo Martin 2005-2006

Rickie Fowler 2008-2009

Morgan Hoffmann 2009-2011

Peter Uihlein 2010-2011

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ONE-TIME FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

Earl Moeller 1953*

Ab Justice 1958

Labron Harris, Jr 1961

George Hixon 1964

Grier Jones 1968

Tom Jones 1974

Jaime Gonzalez 1975

Tommy Moore 1983

Tim Fleming 1987

E.J. Pfister 1988

Craig Hainline 1990

Kris Cox 1994

Bo Van Pelt 1997

Anders Hultman 2001

Jonathan Moore 2006

Kevin Tway 2011

*Moeller won the 1953 NCAA five years before All-American teams were recognized.

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ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS While four Cowboys have been named first-team All-Americans three times, 12 Cowboys have earned some sort of All-America recognition in each of their four years at OSU. Scott Verplank came the closest to being a four-time first-team All-American as he was first team three times and second team as a freshman. Here is a look at All-America honors regardless of first-team, second-team, etc.

FOUR-TIME ALL-AMERICANS Alan Bratton Jaime Gonzalez Tom Jones Edward Loar Lindy Miller Chris Tidland Kevin Tway Scott Verplank Brian Watts Kevin Wentworth Leif Westerberg Willie Wood

(2nd-HM-1st-1st) (3rd-1st-2nd-3rd) (1st-2nd-2nd-2nd) (2nd-3rd-2nd-2nd) (3rd-1st-1st-1st) (HM-1st-HM-1st) (HM-HM-2nd-1st) (2nd-1st-1st-1st) (2nd-1st-1st-2nd) (HM-1st-1st-1st) (HM-HM-2nd-2nd) (3rd-2nd-1st-1st)

THREE-TIME ALL-AMERICANS Rafael Alarcon Michael Bradley Kris Cox Bob Dickson Andy Dillard Danny Edwards Ted Goin Craig Hainline Britt Harrison Morgan Hoffmann Mike Holder

(HM-3rd-2nd) (3rd-1st-1st) (1st-HM-3rd) (HM-1st-1st) (3rd-3rd-2nd) (3rd-1st-1st) (HM-3rd-3rd) (1st-3rd-HM) (HM-2nd-2nd) (1st-2nd-1st) (HM-3rd-3rd)

Charles Howell Anders Hultman Trip Kuehne Trent Leon Tyler Leon Pablo Martin Bob May Tommy Moore E.J. Pfister Bob Tway Jimmy Wright

(3rd-1st-1st) (3rd-1st-HM) (3rd-3rd-2nd) (HM-HM-3rd) (HM-2nd-HM) (1st-1st-HM) (3rd-2nd-HM) (3rd-1st-2nd) (HM-3rd-1st) (1st-1st-1st) (2nd-2nd-2nd)

TWO-TIME ALL-AMERICANS Chris Cole Scott DeSerrano David Edwards Dave Eichelberger Rickie Fowler Brian Guetz Labron Harris, Jr. Mark Hayes George Hixon Hunter Mahan Pär Nilsson Alex Norén Zack Robinson

(3rd-HM) (HM-3rd) (1st-1st) (2nd-2nd) (1st-1st) (3rd-HM) (2nd-1st) (1st-1st) (2nd-1st) (1st-1st) (HM-HM) (HM-3rd) (HM-3rd)

Peter Uihlein Bo Van Pelt

(1st-1st) (1st-HM)

ONE-TIME ALL-AMERICANS Don Bliss Jaxon Brigman Roger Brown Richard Canon Ian Davis Henry DeLozier Cotton Dunn Tim Fleming Jim Hardy Grier Jones Ab Justice Brandon Knight Landry Mahan Jonathan Moore Jordan Niebrugge Tracy Phillips Carl Suneson Jeff Walser David White Trent Whitekiller Casey Wittenberg

(HM) (HM) (HM) (3rd) (HM) (2nd) (HM) (1st) (3rd) (1st) (1st) (HM) (HM) (1st) (HM) (2nd) (HM) (3rd) (HM) (HM) (2nd)

ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS BY YEAR 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Ab Justice, Sr., 1st Jimmy Wright, So., 2nd Jimmy Wright, Jr., 2nd Labron Harris Jr., Jr., 2nd Jimmy Wright, Sr., 2nd Cotton Dunn, Sr., Hon. Men. Labron Harris Jr., Sr., 1st Richard Canon, Sr., 3rd George Hixon, Jr., 2nd George Hixon, Sr., 1st Dave Eichelberger, Jr., 2nd Bob Dickson, So., Hon. Men. Bob Dickson, Jr., 1st Dave Eichelberger, Sr., 2nd Bob Dickson, Sr., 1st Jim Hardy, Sr., 3rd Roger Brown, Sr., Hon. Men. Grier Jones, Sr., 1st Mike Holder, So., Hon. Men. Mike Holder, Jr., 3rd

1970 1971 1972 1973

1974 1975 1976

1977

1978

Mark Hayes, Jr., 1st Mike Holder, Sr., 3rd Mark Hayes, Sr., 1st Danny Edwards, So., 3rd Ted Goin, Jr., Hon. Men. Danny Edwards, Jr., 1st Chris Cole, Jr., 3rd Ted Goin, Jr., 3rd Danny Edwards, Sr., 1st Henry DeLozier, So., 2nd Ted Goin, Sr., 3rd Chris Cole, Sr., Hon. Men.

1979 1980

Bob Tway, So., 1st Britt Harrison, Jr., 2nd Rafael Alarcon, Jr., 3rd Bob Tway, Jr., 1st Rafael Alarcon, Sr., 2nd Jeff Walser, Sr., 3rd Willie Wood, Fr., 3rd

Tom Jones, Fr., 1st Jaime Gonzalez, Fr., 3rd Don Bliss, Sr., Hon. Men. Jaime Gonzalez, So., 1st Tom Jones, So., 2nd Lindy Miller, Fr., 3rd Lindy Miller, So., 1st Tom Jones, Jr., 2nd Jaime Gonzalez, Jr., 2nd Britt Harrison, Fr., Hon. Men. Lindy Miller, Jr., 1st David Edwards, Jr., 1st Tom Jones, Sr., 2nd Jaime Gonzalez, Sr., 3rd Lindy Miller, Sr., 1st David Edwards, Sr., 1st Britt Harrison, Jr., 2nd Rafael Alarcon, So., Hon. Men. Willie Wood

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ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS BY YEAR 1989 1990

1991

1992

1993 Tommy Moore 1981 1982

1983

1984 1985 1986

1987

1988

1994

Bob Tway, Sr., 1st Willie Wood, So., 2nd Willie Wood, Jr., 1st Tracy Phillips, Fr., 2nd Tommy Moore, So., 3rd Andy Dillard, So., 3rd Willie Wood, Sr., 1st Tommy Moore, Jr., 1st Scott Verplank, Fr., 2nd Andy Dillard, Jr., 3rd Scott Verplank, So., 1st Tommy Moore, Sr., 2nd Andy Dillard, Sr., 2nd Scott Verplank, Jr., 1st Brian Watts, Fr., 2nd Scott Verplank, Sr., 1st Brian Watts, So., 1st Michael Bradley, So., 3rd E.J. Pfister, So., Hon. Men. Brian Watts, Jr., 1st Michael Bradley, Jr., 1st Tim Fleming, Sr., 1st E.J. Pfister, Jr., 3rd Michael Bradley, Sr., 1st E.J. Pfister, Sr., 1st Brian Watts, Sr., 2nd Carl Suneson, Jr., Hon. Men. Kevin Wentworth, Fr., Hon. Men.

1995

1996

1997

1998 1999 2000

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

ALL-AMERICA BREAKDOWN Fresh. Soph. Junior Senior TOTAL

1st 6 13 19 19 57

2nd 6 6 12 10 34

3rd 4 10 9 9 32

HM 10 10 12 10 42

Total 26 39 52 48 165

2006

2007 2008

Kevin Wentworth, So., 1st Bob May, So., 3rd Kevin Wentworth, Jr., 1st Craig Hainline, Fr., 1st Bob May, Jr., 2nd David White, Sr., Hon. Men. Scott De Serrano, Fr., Hon. Men. Kevin Wentworth, Sr., 1st Craig Hainline, So., 3rd Scott De Serrano, So., 3rd Bob May, Sr., Hon. Men. Alan Bratton, Fr., 2nd Jaxon Brigman, Jr., Hon. Men. Craig Hainline, Jr., Hon. Men. Chris Tidland, Fr., Hon. Men. Chris Tidland, So., 1st Alan Bratton, So., Hon. Men. Brandon Knight, Jr., Hon. Men. Alan Bratton, Jr., 1st Kris Cox, So., 1st Trip Kuehne, So., 3rd Chris Tidland, Jr., Hon. Men. Leif Westerberg, Fr., Hon. Men. Alan Bratton, Sr., 1st Chris Tidland, Sr., 1st Trip Kuehne, Jr., 3rd Kris Cox, Jr., Hon. Men. Leif Westerberg, So., Hon. Men. Leif Westerberg, Jr., 2nd Trip Kuehne, Sr., 2nd Kris Cox, Sr., 3rd Brian Guetz, Jr., 3rd Bo Van Pelt, Jr., 1st Edward Loar, Fr., 2nd Leif Westerberg, Sr., 2nd Brian Guetz, Sr., Hon. Men. Edward Loar, So., 3rd Charles Howell, Fr., 3rd Bo Van Pelt, Sr., Hon. Men. Charles Howell, So., 1st Edward Loar, Jr., 2nd Charles Howell, Jr., 1st Edward Loar, Sr., 2nd Anders Hultman, So., 3rd Landry Mahan, Sr., Hon. Men. Anders Hultman, Jr., 1st Pär Nilsson, Fr., Hon. Men. Hunter Mahan, So., 1st Anders Hultman Sr., Hon. Men. Pär Nilsson, So., Hon. Men. Hunter Mahan, Jr., 1st Zack Robinson, Fr., Hon. Men. Casey Wittenberg, Fr., 2nd Tyler Leon, Fr., Hon. Men. Alex Norén, Jr., Hon. Men. Pablo Martin, Fr., 1st Tyler Leon, So., 2nd Alex Norén, Sr., 3rd Zack Robinson, Jr., 3rd Pablo Martin, So., 1st Jonathan Moore, Fr., 1st Tyler Leon, Jr., Hon. Men. Trent Leon, So., Hon. Men. Pablo Martin, Jr., Hon. Men. Rickie Fowler, Fr., 1st Trent Leon, Jr., Hon. Men. Trent Whitekiller, So., Hon. Men. Kevin Tway, Fr., Hon. Men.

Morgan Hoffmann 2009

2010 2011

2013

Rickie Fowler, So., 1st Morgan Hoffmann, Fr., 1st Trent Leon, Sr., 3rd Kevin Tway, So., Hon. Men. Peter Uihlein, So., 1st Morgan Hoffmann, So., 2nd Kevin Tway, Jr., 2nd Morgan Hoffmann, Jr., 1st Kevin Tway, Sr., 1st Peter Uihlein, Jr., 1st Ian Davis (HM) Jordan Niebrugge (HM)

Hunter Mahan

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LABRON HARRIS’ ALL-AMERICANS

Labron Harris, Sr. Golf Coach, 1946-73

Ab Justice OSU’s 1st Official AA, 1958 Oklahoma City, Capitol Hill

Jimmy Wright 2nd Team, 1959, 60, 61 Enid

Bob Dickson Honorable Mention, 1964 1st Team, 1965-66 Muskogee g

Jim Hardy 3rd Team, 1966 Hutchinson, KS

Roger Brown Honorable Mention, 1967 Arkansas City, KS

Cotton Dunn Honorable Mention, 1961 Duncan

Richard Canon 3rd Team, 1962 San Angelo, TX

Danny Edwards 3rd Team, 1971 1st Team, 1972-73 Edmond

Labron Harris, Jr. 1st Team, 1962 2nd Team, 1961 Stillwater

George Hixon 2nd Team, 1963 1st Team, 1964 Oklahoma City, Harding

Dave Eichelberger 2nd Team, 1964-65 Waco, TX

Grier Jones 1st Team, 1968 Wichita, KS

Mike Holder Honorable Mention, 1968 3rd Team, 1969-70 Ardmore

Mark Hayes 1st Team, 1970-71 Oklahoma City Northeast

Ted Goin Hon. Mention, 1971 3rd Team, 1972 & 1973 Seminole

Chris Cole 3rd Team, 1972 Honorable Mention, 1973 Frederick

Henry Delozier 2nd Team, 1973 Stillwater

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OSU ALL-AMERICANS TOM JONES - TULSA, OKLAHOMA Fall 1973 1st Team All-America 2nd Team All-America Big 8 Champion Big 8 Runner-up Trans-Mississippi Amateur Champion Year 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 Career

Rounds-Strokes 43-3144 37-2719 27-1957 28-2050 135-9870

1974 1975, 76, 77 1975 1974, 76, 77 1974 Low-High 68-80 68-78 67-77 68-79 67-80

Average 73.12 73.48 72.48 73.21 73.11

8th

Tucker Intercollegiate Harvey Penick Inv.

80-76-73-71-300 72-71-73-216

Pan American Border Olympics Cowboy Invitational Sooner Invitational Aztec Invitational Morris Williams Oklahoma Intercollegiate Wheatshocker Inv. All-American Sun Devil Intercollegiate Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

75-71-76-222 68-69-72-73-282 71-73-144 70-74-144 74-72-75-221 75-72-76-223 220 142 77-74-76-74-301 218 73-73-76-220 76-71-73-71-291

Spring 1974 1st 2nd 2nd 10th

t 2nd

t 2nd t 8th Fall 1974

All College Ohio State Classic

220 233

Spring 1975 t 1st 1st t 4th 2nd 8th

1st t 4th

Pan American Four States Invitational Sooner Invitational Cowboy Invitational Mike McKenzie Inv. Mike McKenzie Intercollegiate Oklahoma Intercollegiate All-American Sun Devil Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

72-75-75-222 74-76-72-70-292 72-70-76-218 72-71-143 73-68-141 74-77-70-221 76-71-76-223 76-76-74-78-304 73-71-72-216 72-74-71-217 73-70-70-77-290

Fall 1975 All College OU Dual

212 70

Spring 1976 1st t 8th

2nd Fall 1976 1st

Pan American New Mexico State Morris Williams All-American Sun Devil Classic Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

77-74-71-222 73-69-69-211 72-72-71-217 67-75-76-74-292 72-71-75-218 73-71-76-220 77-70-75-73-295

River City Invitational

72-68-69-209

Pan American Aztec Invitational Morris Williams Wheatshocker Inv. All-American Sun Devil Classic Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

78-77-71-226 76-75-70-221 76-72-148 71-70-74-215 68-74-72-74-288 71-68-74-213 77-72-75-224 75-79-76-76-306

Spring 1977 5th 2nd t 4th t 6th 2nd

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OSU ALL-AMERICANS JAIME GONZALEZ - RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL Fall 1973 1st Team All-America 2nd Team All-America 3rd Team All-America Big 8 Champion World Amateur Champion Sunnehanna Amateur Champion 10th NCAA Year 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 Career

Rounds-Strokes 46-3368 33-2400 30-2177 32-2350 141-10295

1975 1976 1974, 77 1974 1974 1975 1976 Low-High 68-79 68-80 67-77 66-82 66-82

3rd 5th

All College Tucker Intercollegiate Harvey Penick

221 75-74-72-74-295 72-68-75-215

Pan American Border Olympics Cowboy Invitational Sooner Invitational Aztec Invitational Morris Williams Oklahoma Intercollegiate Wheatshocker Inv. All-American Sun Devil Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

69-77-75-221 70-72-74-72-288 76-78-154 70-79-149 78-75-71-224 75-72-74-221 215 147 73-76-73-71-293 211 76-68-75-219 71-78-71-75-295

Spring 1974

Average 73.21 72.72 72.56 73.43 73.01

6th

1st

2nd 1st Fall 1974 4th 10th

All College Ohio State Classic Harvey Penick

207 234 224

Spring 1975 t 4th 1st 1st 3rd 3rd 2nd

Pan American Cowboy Invitational Mike McKenzie Mike McKenzie Intercollegiate Oklahoma Intercollegiate All American Sun Devil Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

74-74-73-221 71-72-143 72-68-140 71-79-71-221 69-68-74-211 77-68-72-69-286 72-69-71-212 75-70-74-219 75-73-75-80-303

Fall 1975 All College OU Dual

213 70

Spring 1976

t 8th 8th 4th t 10th

Pan American New Mexico State Morris Williams Oklahoma Intercollegiate All American Sun Devil Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

72-72-77-221 75-74-75-224 71-74-70-215 71-75-68-214 67-71-73-76-287 73-74-74-221 70-77-75-222 72-73-69-76-290

Fall 1976 All College Spring 1977 t 2nd t 5th 3rd 1st t 9th t 6th 9th

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Pan American Bing Crosby Collegiate Aztec Invitational Morris Williams Wheatshocker Inv. All American Sun Devil Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

74-71-74-219

72-70-71-213 74-75-74-72-295 69-73-78-220 75-72-147 74-68-71-213 71-72-74-73-290 75-66-72-213 82-74-76-232 80-78-77-73-308


OSU ALL-AMERICANS LINDY MILLER - FORT WORTH, TEXAS 1st Team All-America 3rd Team All-America Big 8 Champion Member, U.S. Walker Cup Team Low Amateur U.S. Open Southern Amateur Champion Pacific Coast Amateur Champion Low Amateur Masters Fred Haskins Award Year 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 Career

Rounds-Strokes 34-2506 30-2147 35-2512 35-2477 134-9642

1976, 77, 78 1975 1976, 77, 78 1977 1977 1977 1977 1978 1978 Low-High 65-83 68-76 64-76 63-76 63-83

Average 73.71 71.56 71.77 70.77 71.95

Fall 1974 8th Spring 1975 1st 3rd 1st

7th 7th t 4th

All College Ohio State Classic

Four States Sooner Invitational Cowboy Invitational Mike McKenzie Oklahoma Intercollegiate All American ASU Sun Devil Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

212 234

71-73-74-74-292 76-69-76-221 65-75-140 83-72-155 76-75-75-226 73-70-75-72-290 77-68-75-220 73-75-78-226 70-75-70-75-290

Fall 1975 All College OU Dual Spring 1976 t 5th 2nd 2nd 1st 4th t 3rd 1st t 10th Fall 1976 1st t 6th

221 69

Pan American Lamar Invitational New Mexico State Morris Williams All American ASU Sun Devil Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

69-71-76-216 69-72-73-214 74-69-73-216 71-68-69-208 75-70-69-70-284 71-70-71-213 70-74-73-217 71-75-72-72-290

All College River City Invitational Harvey Penick

69-64-66-199 71-69-76-216 73-72-74-219

Spring 1977 6th 1st t 9th t 6th t 6th 1st 1st 4th

Pan American Bing Crosby Collegiate Aztec Invitational Morris Williams All American ASU Sun Devil Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

72-73-76-221 72-74-68-73-287 73-73-76-222 70-71-141 73-73-67-76-289 71-66-66-203 71-75-74-220 76-72-71-76-295

Fall 1977 4th 4th 1st

All College Jim Corbett Invitational Harvey Penick

71-72-72-215 69-69-74-212 70-68-74-212

Spring 1978 2nd 2nd t 2nd 3rd 1st 1st

Pan American Pinehurst Intercollegiate Morris Williams All American Southern Intercollegiate Labron Harris Invitational Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

*Individual standings based upon 54-holes

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69-73-70-212 70-74-73-217 76-65-73-214 72-65-72-70-279 74-76-69-219 70-66-63-199 72-66-74-212 70-74-73-69-286*


OSU ALL-AMERICANS DAVID EDWARDS - EDMOND, OKLAHOMA Fall 1974 1st Team All-America NCAA Champion Year 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 Career

Rounds-Strokes 8-621 30-2207 33-2396 35-2513 106-7737

1977, 78 1978 Low-High 73-81 67-79 66-79 66-78 66-81

Ohio State Classic

Average 77.62 73.56 72.61 71.80 72.99

Spring 1975 9th

Oklahoma Intercollegiate Wheatshocker Inv.

240

77-74-73-224 78-79-157

Fall 1975 All College OU Dual Spring 1976 4th

2nd 10th 3rd

Pan American Lamar Invitaional New Mexico State Oklahoma Intercollegiate All American Sun Devil Classic Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

215 69

73-71-71-215 75-78-74-227 76-79-79-234 72-70-71-213 71-67-74-77-289 73-72-77-222 73-71-77-221 69-79-76-78-302

Fall 1976 River City Invitational Harvey Penick Spring 1977 1st 2nd t 9th 2nd t 4th 6th t 5th

70-73-75-218 76-71-74-221

Pan American Bing Crosby Collegiate Aztec Invitational Morris Williams All American Sun Devil Classic Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

69-70-73-212 71-79-68-69-287 74-74-74-222 66-71-137 69-76-74-76-295 72-66-71-209 76-74-79-229 76-73-73-74-296

All College Jim Corbett Invitational Harvey Penick

74-75-77-226 72-70-69-211 73-70-74-217

Fall 1977 3rd 2nd Spring 1978 1st 3rd t 9th t 2nd 2nd 4th 1st

Pan American Pinehurst Intercollegiate Morris Williams All American Southern Intercollegiate Labron Harris Invitational Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

*Individual standings based upon 54-holes

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68-70-72-210 75-71-72-218 71-76-72-219 72-72-71-76-291 78-68-70-216 69-67-69-205 78-66-75-219 71-69-69-72-281*


OSU ALL-AMERICANS BRITT HARRISON - BEAUMONT, TEXAS Fall 1975 NCAA Championship Team 2nd Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America Western Junior Champion Year 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 Career

Rounds-Strokes 27-1983 35-2587 27-2311 27-1995 121-8876

1976, 78 1978, 79 1976 1975 Low-High 68-79 67-86 67-77 68-80 67-86

OU Dual

79

Spring 1976

Average 73.44 73.91 72.21 73.88 73.35

Lamar Invitational New Mexico State Morris Williams Oklahoma Intercollegiate All American Sun Devil Classic Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

75-72-73-220 77-76-73-226 71-74-72-217 71-69-75-215 71-72-75-74-292 68-77-76-221 75-75-78-222 71-69-78-73-291

Fall 1976

1st Spring 1977 t 2nd

5th 3rd 3rd Fall 1977 t 5th

All College River City Inv. Harvey Penick

76-72-73-221 77-71-75-223 72-70-72-214

Pan American Bing Crosby Collegiate Aztec Invitational Morris Williams All American Sun Devil Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

69-76-68-213 80-75-73-72-300 74-71-80-225 68-71-139 73-77-74-73-297 67-70-71-208 77-74-75-226 78-80-77-86-321

Jim Corbett Invitational Harvey Penick

72-73-69-214 76-70-77-223

Spring 1978

1st 4th 5th t 3rd 2nd

Pan American Pinehurst Intercollegiate Morris Williams All American Southern Intercollegiate Labron Harris Invitational Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

74-77-76-227 75-72-75-222 75-70-69-214 70-71-69-70-280 73-71-73-217 68-71-70-209 70-67-77-214 72-71-76-72-291

Southwestern Inter.

72-73-77-74-296

Pan American Pinehurst Intercollegiate Morris Williams All American Southern Intercollegiate Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

73-73-74-220 74-72-70-216 72-78-68-218 74-72-75-74-295 75-77-72-224 74-75-80-229 77-73-71-76-297

Fall 1978 Spring 1979 1st 2nd

10th t 5th

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OSU ALL-AMERICANS RAFAEL ALARCON - GUADALAJARA, MEXICO Fall 1976 2nd Team All-America 3rd Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America Southern Amateur Champion Southeastern Amateur Champion Canadian Amateur Champion Big 8 Champion 3rd NCAA Year 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 Career

Rounds-Strokes 3-230 35-2561 30-2182 32.5-2368 100.5-7341

1980 1979 1978 1979 1979 1979 1980 1980 Low-High 73-82 67-83 64-80 65-78 64-83

No tournaments played Spring 1977 Fall 1977 5th

Average 76.66 73.17 72.73 72.86 73.04

Wheatshocker Invitational

82-75-73-230

All College Harvey Penick

70-76-71-217 71-75-76-222

Spring 1978

1st t 8th 8th 6th 5th Fall 1978 1st t 6th Spring 1979 t 5th t 5th 3rd t 8th Fall 1979 8th t 7th

Pan American Pinehurst Intercollegiate Morris Williams Oklahoma Intercollegiate Wheatshocker Inv. All American Labron Harris Invitational Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

All College Jim Corbett Invitational OU Dual

Pan American Pinehurst Intercollegiate Morris Williams All American Southern Intercollegiate Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

All College Morton Braswell Inter.

79-71-75-225 75-74-76-225 76-73-74-223 71-70-71-212 74-71-75-220 70-68-70-76-284 72-70-68-210 73-71-77-221 67-77-75-83-302

64-68-69-201 66-77-67-211 70

72-75-70-217 75-78-77-230 75-68-78-221 73-74-71-73-291 69-75-70-214 71-80-76-227 74-73-78-75-300

69-68-73-210 75-71-146

Spring 1980 10th

t 4th t 9th 1st 3rd

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Pan American Rafael Alarcon Inter. Pinehurst Intercollegiate Iron Duke Classic Morris Williams All American Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

73-71-78-222 78-72-72-222 77-43-120 73-74-71-218 67-76-72-215 74-77-75-75-301 75-65-76-216 69-73-71-213 70-72-72-71-285


OSU ALL-AMERICANS JEFF WALSER - PUTNAM CITY, OKLAHOMA Fall 1976 3rd Team All-America NCAA Championship Team 5th Big 8 Conference Oklahoma High School Champion Year 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 Career

Rounds-Strokes 14-1061 22-1621 34-2531 39.5-2883 109.5-8096

1980 1980 1979 1976 Low-High 71-82 69-79 68-80 68-79 68-82

All College Harvey Penick

77-74-76-227 82-76-71-229

Aztec Invitational Morris Williams Wheatshocker Inv.

76-74-76-226 77-75-152 76-76-75-227

All College Jim Corbett Invitational

76-72-77-225 78-73-73-225

Spring 1977 Average 75.78 73.68 74.44 72.99 73.94

Fall 1977

Spring 1978 t 2nd

t 4th

Pinehurst Intercollegiate Oklahoma Intercollegiate Wheatshocker Inv. All American Labron Harris Invitational

74-74-78-226 71-79-78-218 73-75-75-223 71-75-72-77-295 69-71-69-209

All College Jim Corbett Invitational OU Dual Southwestern Inter.

70-77-73-220 69-69-73-211 71 73-77-73-77-300

Pan American Pinehurst Intercollegiate Morris Williams All American Southern Intercollegiate Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

75-74-73-222 77-75-77-229 76-76-74-226 72-77-74-73-296 74-73-80-227 79-74-72-225 75-76-77-76-304

All College Jim Corbett Invitational Morton Braswell Inter. Southwestern Inter.

68-68-76-212 74-69-72-215 72-76-148 73-73-78-73-297

Pan American Rafael Alarcon Inter. Pinehurst Intercollegiate Iron Duke Classic Morris Williams All American Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

69-69-76-214 74-75-69-218 77-34-111 74-70-69-213 72-78-70-220 69-72-71-71-283 73-74-73-220 75-75-78-228 79-77-71-77-304

Fall 1978 t 6th

Spring 1979

t 5th Fall 1979 9th

Spring 1980 t 5th 1st t 5th t 6th 2nd

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OSU ALL-AMERICANS BOB TWAY - MARIETTA, GEORGIA Fall 1977 1st Team All-America Big 8 Champion Trans-Mississippi Amateur Champion Georgia Open Champion World Amateur Team Fred Haskins Award Year 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 Career

Rounds-Strokes 28-2052 34-2489 39.5-2852 32-2262 133.5-9655

1979, 80, 81 1979 1978 1980 1980 1981 Low-High 70-80 68-80 65-80 64-76 64-80

Average 73.28 73.20 72.20 70.69 72.32

7th

All College Jim Corbett Invitational Harvey Penick

71-74-75-220 73-70-73-216 70-73-79-222

Spring 1978 2nd 6th

Oklahoma Intercollegiate Wheatshocker Inv. Southern Intercollegiate Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

74-77-80-231 70-74-72-216 72-76-74-222 77-76-70-223 72-74-71-71-288

All College Jim Corbett Invitational OU Dual Southwestern Inter.

70-76-71-217 74-71-74-219 76 80-73-72-74-299

Pan American Pinehurst Intercollegiate Morris Williams All American Southern Intercollegiate Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

70-77-71-218 77-74-79-230 77-72-73-222 68-70-73-74-285 68-72-71-211 70-72-73-215 73-73-71-80-297

All College Jim Corbett Invitational Morton Braswell Inter. Southwestern Inter.

69-65-71-205 74-69-70-213 79-74-153 77-72-78-77-304

Pan American Rafael Alarcon Inter. Pinehurst Intercollegiate Iron Duke Classic Morris Williams All American Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

65-70-66-201 71-72-80-223 73-39-112 71-72-70-213 73-76-72-221 71-71-73-72-287 74-74-67-215 70-69-75-214 69-74-77-71-291

Fall 1978

Spring 1979 t 7th t 8th 3rd 1st 1st t 5th Fall 1979 2nd 7th

Spring 1980 1st

t 6th t 8th t 7th 2nd t 7th Fall 1980 t 2nd t 2nd

All College Stanford Intercollegiate

68-69-72-209 73-69-69-211

Spring 1981 t 2nd t 8th 1st 4th 1st 1st t 2nd t 5th

Pan American Lamar Intercollegiate Rafael Alarcon Inter. All American Wheatshocker Classic Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

75-70-68-213 72-71-75-218 67-70-70-207 76-68-71-75-290 64-72-71-207 73-69-65-207 72-70-71-213 73-70-74-70-287

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OSU ALL-AMERICANS WILLIE WOOD - TUCSON, ARIZONA 1st Team All-America 2nd Team All-America 3rd Team All-America Big 8 Champion Fred Haskins Award Orange Bowl International Champion AJGA Player of the Year Masters Tournament U.S. Open Tournament Member, U.S. Walker Cup Team Year 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 Career

Rounds-Strokes 39.5-2870 38-2712 37-2649 40-2921 154.5-11152

Fall 1979 10th 4th 9th 6th

1982, 83 1981 1980 1982 1982 1976 1978 1982 1982 1983 Low-High 68-82 66-75 66-80 68-81 66-82

All College Jim Corbett Invitational Morton Braswell Inter. Southwestern Inter.

71-70-70-211 73-68-71-212 75-72-147 71-72-75-73-291

Pan American Rafael Alarcon Inter. Pinehurst Intercollegiate Iron Duke Classic Morris Williams All American Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

73-70-75-218 79-71-69-219 72-39-111 68-72-69-209 74-77-71-222 73-72-72-71-288 75-69-72-216 77-76-74-217 80-74-82-73-309

Spring 1980 t 5th t 5th t 2nd

Average 72.66 71.37 71.59 73.02 72.18

t 9th 4th Fall 1980 t 5th t 2nd

All College Jim Corbett Invitational Stanford Intercollegiate

68-69-73-210 70-66-73-209 72-71-73-216

Spring 1981 t 4th 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd t 5th Fall 1981 t 5th 1st t 5th 5th Spring 1982 1st

t 3rd t 3rd 1st 1st

Pan American Lamar Intercollegiate Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Wheatshocker Inv. Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

73-75-74-222 71-73-71-215 71-72-70-213 74-73-72-219 70-70-72-71-283 67-71-70-208 74-66-72-212 73-69-72-214 74-74-72-71-291

All College Morton Braswell Inv. LSU National Inv.

66-73-76-215 73-73-74-220 72-68-69-209

Harvey Penick

72-71-72-215

Pan American Lamar Invitational Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

67-66-68-201 75-72-71-218 73-75-77-225 71-71-142 67-69-73-80-289 73-68-71-212 69-71-71-211 74-70-74-74-292

All College LSU National Inv. Fresno-Pepsi Southwestern Inter.

75-75-68-218 75-72-147 71-70-141 69-69-71-71-280

Pan American Henry Homberg Inv. Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Chris Schenkel ASU Sun Devil Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

68-73-73-214 77-81-75-233 72-73-74-219 73-81-74-228 74-73-70-75-292 71-72-76-219 72-69-70-211 73-77-75-225 78-71-73-72-294

Fall 1982

1st 1st Spring 1983 t 5th

t 9th 1st t 7th

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OSU ALL-AMERICANS TRACY PHILLIPS - JENKS, OKLAHOMA 2nd Team All-America T.A. Mace Scholarship Big 8 Runner-up Four-time Junior All-America Oklahoma High School Champion Year 1981-82 1982-83 Career

Rounds-Strokes 37-2676 23-1683 60-4359

Fall 1981 1st

1982 1982

1st

1980 Low-High 67-80 68-81 67-81

All College Morton Braswell Inv. LSU National Inv. Harvey Penick

69-67-68-204 72-74-80-226 72-71-74-217 74-69-67-210

Spring 1982 Average 72.32 73.17 72.65

t 4th t 5th

2nd Fall 1982 t 2nd

Spring 1983 3rd

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Pan American Lamar Intercollegiate Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

73-73-72-218 75-72-68-215 72-67-72-211 76-71-147 72-74-74-75-295 72-79-76-227 67-72-72-211 76-73-71-75-295

All College LSU National Inv. Fresno-Pepsi Southwestern Inter.

69-69-71-209 71-75-146 74-72-146 73-76-75-75-299

Pan American Henry Homberg Inv. Rafael Alarcon Inter. Southern Intercollegiate

69-68-74-211 75-76-75-226 81-74-74-229 70-75-72-217


OSU ALL-AMERICANS TOMMY MOORE - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Fall 1980 1st Team All-America Academic All-America 2nd Team All-America 3rd Team All-America Stephen B. Payne Scholarship 3rd NCAA Championship AJGA Player of the Year Louisiana State Junior Champion Year 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 Career

Rounds-Strokes 35-2583 37-2681 43-3103 39-2829 154-11196

1983 1984 1984 1982

5th

72-77-70-219 72-71-69-212 74-74-76-224

Spring 1981

1984 1980 1980 Low-High 69-79 66-77 67-78 67-81 66-81

All College Jim Corbett Invitational Stanford Fall Inter.

t 8th

Average 73.80 72.46 72.16 72.54 72.70

10th

Pan American Lamar Intercollegiate Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

73-73-76-222 73-71-74-218 79-73-76-228 72-75-72-219 71-75-78-77-301 72-74-75-221 72-78-73-78-301

Fall 1981 2nd t 2nd Spring 1982 t 7th

2nd 2nd 1st

Fall 1982 t 5th

2nd

All College Morton Braswell Inv. LSU National Inv. Harvey Penick

73-73-72-218 77-71-73-221 68-68-71-207 74-72-76-222

Pan American Lamar Intercollegiate Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Wheatshocker Inv. Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

76-69-70-215 72-74-71-217 66-75-74-215 70-70-140 73-67-72-74-286 75-70-75-220 75-77-74-226 72-73-77-72-294

All College LSU National Inv. Fresno-Pepsi Southwestern Inter.

71-70-71-212 73-73-146 71-74-145 67-76-71-68-282

Pan American Henry Homberg Inv. Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Chris Schenkel Sun Devil-Thunderbird Big 8 Championship Southern Intercollegiate NCAA Championship

71-74-71-216 73-70-74-217 71-77-69-217 72-75-73-220 68-71-77-71-287 67-71-72-210 68-70-78-216 71-74-75-220 72-74-76-222 75-76-69-73-293

All College Tucker Intercollegiate Andy Bean Inv. Kansas Fall Inv.

74-81-77-232 73-71-71-73-288 73-71-75-219 74-73-71-218

Pan American Henry Homberg Inv. Rafael Alarcon Inter. All American Morris Williams Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

70-69-74-213 70-72-70-212 69-71-71-211 77-80-71-77-305 73-71-71-215 74-74-68-216 75-73-74-222 70-69-72-67-278

Spring 1983 t 2nd t 10th t 7th t 4th 1st t 6th 3rd

Fall 1983 t 4th t 4th t 8th 2nd Spring 1984 t 3rd t 4th t 9th

t 2nd t 3rd

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OSU ALL-AMERICANS ANDY DILLARD - TYLER, TEXAS Fall 1980 2nd Team All-America 3rd Team All-America 2nd NCAA Championship Member 1983 NCAA Championship Labron Harris Sr. Scholarship Year 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 Career

Rounds-Strokes 35-2608 34-2489 43-3174 39-2849 151-11119

1984 1982, 83 1982

Low-High 66-80 67-79 66-82 66-81 66-82

Jim Corbett Invitational Stanford Fall Inter.

76-79-66-221 74-72-73-219

Spring 1981

Average 74.51 73.20 73.81 73.05 73.63

1st 10th

Pan American Lamar Intercollegiate Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Wheatshocker Inv. Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

75-75-78-228 78-72-78-228 77-78-79-234 70-74-69-213 77-73-80-74-304 68-75-76-219 74-73-76-223 69-77-76-222 78-73-73-73-297

Fall 1981

4th

All College Morton Braswell Inv. LSU National Inv.

70-74-78-222 74-75-77-226 71-67-70-208

Spring 1982

2nd 2nd 2nd Fall 1982 1st

Pan American Lamar Intercollegiate Morris Williams All American Wheatshocker Inv. Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

74-72-74-220 75-72-79-226 75-74-149 70-71-77-77-295 68-79-74-221 71-74-68-213 77-75-75-227 72-69-71-70-282

All College LSU National Inv. Fresno-Pepsi Southwestern Inter.

66-66-71-203 71-73-144 73-77-150 75-70-74-74-293

Pan American Henry Homberg Inv. Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Chris Schenkel Sun Devil-Thunderbird Big 8 Championship Southern Intercollegiate NCAA Championship

73-73-71-217 75-82-76-233 67-76-73-216 73-82-74-229 72-71-74-76-293 72-76-74-222 72-73-72-217 77-72-81-230 75-80-75-230 72-74-77-74-297

All College Tucker Intercollegiate Andy Bean Invitational Kansas Fall Invitational

67-78-77-222 72-76-68-72-288 75-73-77-225 76-70-76-222

Pan American Henry Homberg Inv. Rafael Alarcon Inter. All American Morris Williams Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

73-76-81-230 74-66-71-211 74-67-71-212 67-75-70-74-286 70-71-71-212 69-73-70-212 81-81-79-241 75-71-68-74-288

Spring 1983

t 8th

Fall 1983 1st t 4th t 3rd Spring 1984 t 2nd t 7th t 8th t 6th

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OSU ALL-AMERICANS SCOTT VERPLANK - DALLAS, TEXAS 1st Team All-America 2nd Team All-America NCAA Champion Western Open Champion Western Amateur Champion U.S. Amateur Champion Sunnehanna Amateur Champion Big 8 Champion Member, U.S. Walker Cup Team Big 8 Athlete of the Year Fred Haskins Award Year 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 Career

Rounds-Strokes 38-2744 36-2572 37-2637 37-2649 148-10602

1984, 85, 86 1983 1986 1985 1984 1984 1984, 85 1984 1985 1986 1986 Low-High 68-79 66-77 65-79 65-81 65-81

Average 72.21 71.44 71.27 71.59 71.63

Fall 1982 t 5th t 4th t 8th

All College Fresno-Pepsi Southwestern Inter.

72-71-69-212 72-70-142 73-72-71-74-290

2nd

Pan American Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Chris Schenkel Sun Devil Big 8 Championship Southern Intercollegiate NCAA Championship

73-70-79-222 71-70-71-212 74-74-72-220 68-72-73-71-284 71-74-74-219 75-70-71-216 76-75-72-223 76-79-71-217 72-69-74-72-287

Fall 1983 t 7th t 4th 1st

Tucker Intercollegiate Andy Bean Invitational Kansas Fall Invitational

71-73-76-69-289 72-74-71-217 70-75-72-217

Pan American Henry Homberg Inv. Rafael Alarcon Inter. All American Morris Williams Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

72-74-73-219 69-74-72-215 72-70-68-210 70-69-68-71-278 71-72-66-209 70-68-70-208 70-73-77-220 72-71-73-74-290

Spring 1983 t 3rd t 7th 2nd t 6th 5th

Spring 1984 7th t 7th 2nd 3rd 1st 1st Fall 1984 2nd Spring 1985 t 8th 1st t 7th 6th 1st t 7th 2nd t 3rd 2nd t 6th Fall 1985 1st 1st 1st 2nd Spring 1986 6th t 9th t 2nd t 2nd t 7th 1st

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Andy Bean Invitational Rebel Classic

76-76-75-227 67-75-67-209

Pan American Crown Colony Henry Homberg Inv. Border Olympics Rafael Alarcon Inter. Southeastern Inter. Morris Williams Jackson Invitational Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

79-71-72-222 73-66-139 72 72-73-73-218 65-70-66-201 71-73-72-216 75-67-72-214 67-72-70-209 66-70-71-207 76-70-67-213 70-76-70-74-290

Grandfather Mountain Southwestern Inter. Midwest Fall Classic Harvey Penick Rebel Inter.

74-69-74-217 81-75-72-228 70-70-140 67-67-70-204 68-69-72-209

John Burns Stephen F. Austin Border Olympics Rafael Alarcon Inter. All American Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

73-69-71-213 74-76-150 74-72-71-217 65-73-WD illness 71-68-74-214 75-71-70-216 77-70-74-221 68-68-73-73-282


OSU ALL-AMERICANS TIM FLEMING - OCEAN SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI Fall 1983 1st Team All-America 6th NCAA Championship Year 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 Career

Rounds-Strokes 6-471 12-899 36-2649 40.5-2905 94.5-6924

1987 1987 Low-High 74-84 71-80 68-83 66-79 66-84

Andy Bean Invitational Kansas Fall Invitational Average 78.50 74.92 73.58 71.73 73.27

76-79-77-232 83-84-74-241

Spring 1984 No tournaments played Fall 1984 7th

Japan-U.S. Friendship Southwestern Inter. Rebel Classic

71-73-79-223 78-71-74-223 80-71-74-225

Border Olympics

76-75-77-228

Honda Golf Classic Grandfather Mountain Southwestern Inter. Midwest Fall Classic Harvey Penick Rebel Classic

76-68-70-214 78-73-76-227 83-73-73-229 73-69-142 68-72-70-210 68-77-69-214

John Burns Inter. Border Olympics Rafael Alarcon Inter. Louisiana Classic Henry Homberg Inv. NCAA Championship

74-70-72-216 76-79-73-228 70-71-76-217 74-76-77-227 74-74-73-221 77-77-75-75-304

Butler National Inter. Buckeye Fall Classic Harvey Penick Golf World UNLV Rebel Classic

72-70-142 71-70-79-220 71-66-36-173 73-68-73-214 73-71-76-220

Spring 1985 Fall 1985 t 3rd

2nd t 5th 4th Spring 1986

Fall 1986 3rd t 4th t 2nd

Spring 1987 t 5th 2nd t 8th t 9th t 6th

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John Burns Rafael Alarcon Inter. Oak Tree Shootout Morris Williams All American Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Championship

70-72-69-211 69-70-72-211 72-69-141 71-78-72-221 74-74-70-218 74-68-73-215 75-72-70-217 68-75-69-212 73-72-74-71-290


OSU ALL-AMERICANS BRIAN WATTS - CARROLLTON, TEXAS 1st Team All-America 2nd Team All-America Big 8 Champion NCAA Champion Year 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 Career

Rounds-Strokes 40-2926 44-3177 40.5-2900 39-2828 163.5-11831

Fall 1984 1st

1986, 87 1985, 88 1986 1987 Low-High 66-79 65-78 66-78 68-78 65-79

3rd

Japan-U.S. Friendship Andy Bean Invitational Rebel Classic

71-71-74-216 76-77-77-230 73-70-69-212

Spring 1985

Average 73.15 72.20 71.60 72.51 72.36

10th 8th 1st 4th

Pan American Crown Colony Henry Homberg Inv. Border Olympics Rafael Alarcon Inter. Southeastern Inter. Morris Williams Jackson Invitational Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

77-76-77-230 79-74-153 73 71-73-76-220 71-71-73-215 77-73-73-223 67-68-70-205 74-72-71-217 76-74-66-216 72-71-76-219 77-70-77-73-297

Fall 1985 1st t 4th t 3rd

Honda Golf Classic Southwestern Inter. Midwest Fall Classic Harvey Penick Rebel Classic

72-75-72-219 74-76-72-22 72-72-144 68-69-72-209 73-73-75-221

Spring 1986 t 8th 5th 1st t 4th 1st Fall 1986 t 4th

John Burns Stephen F. Austin Border Olympics Rafael Alarcon Inter. Louisiana Classic Henry Homberg Inv. All American Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

72-74-71-217 71-78-149 74-77-67-218 65-67-74-206 74-77-74-225 70-67-71-208 74-75-73-222 69-73-73-215 70-72-69-211 73-74-72-72-291

Buckeye Fall Classic Harvey Penick Golf World UNLV Rebel Classic

73-71-76-220 75-71-34-180 78-73-69-220 74-74-73-221

Spring 1987 t 7th 3rd 1st 5th t 3rd 1st 1st Fall 1987 2nd 4th t 9th Spring 1988 t 3rd t 8th t 10th t 10th t 2nd t 4th t 10th

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John Burns Crown Colony Rafael Alarcon Inter. Oak Tree Shootout Morris Williams All American Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Championship U.S.-Japan Friendship Southwestern Inter. Golf World UNLV Classic Miami Doral Park Inter. John Burns Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Sun Devil Inter. Big 8 Championship Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Championship

70-71-75-216 75-76-151 67-73-72-212 70-72-142 66-71-74-211 76-76-68-220 69-70-73-212 70-70-69-209 66-70-70-206 74-71-69-66-280 68-71-69-208 73-74-73-220 69-71-74-214 74-68-77-219 69-72-76-217 73-72-70-215 75-70-73-218 71-75-72-218 69-70-70-209 73-78-151 70-71-77-218 75-74-70-219 76-74-74-78-302


OSU ALL-AMERICANS MICHAEL BRADLEY - VALRICO, FLORIDA Fall 1984 1st Team All-America 3rd Team All-America Big 8 Champion 4th NCAA Championship Year 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 Career

Rounds-Strokes 37-2776 32-2575 34-2412 39-2821 145-10584

1987, 88 1986 1987 1987 Low-High 68-82 67-82 67-79 66-83 66-83

Andy Bean Invitational Southwestern Inter.

81-78-77-236 79-77-73-229

Spring 1985

Average 75.02 73.57 70.94 72.33 72.99

t 4th

t 5th

3rd

Pan American Crown Colony Henry Homberg Inv. Border Olympics Rafael Alarcon Inter. Southeastern Inter. Morris Williams Jackson Invitational Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

75-77-77-229 82-79-161 71 76-77-77-230 74-78-76-228 73-73-74-220 68-71-74-213 72-72-73-217 74-71-73-218 73-74-70-217 76-76-77-78-307

Grandfather Mountain Midwest Fall Classic Harvey Penick

75-81-80-236 69-75-144 68-74-74-216

John Burns Stephen F. Austin Border Olympics Rafael Alarcon Inter. Louisiana Classic Henry Homberg Inv. Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

82-72-75-229 72-75-147 69-80-74-223 69-68-74-211 69-67-77-213 75-72-76-223 70-72-72-214 74-73-72-219 78-71-73-78-300

Butler National Buckeye Fall Classic Golf World

74-71-145 72-69-73-214 70-70-67-207

Fall 1985 t 4th Spring 1986 t 5th t 10th 2nd

t 5th Fall 1986 t 7th 1st 1st Spring 1987

t 10th 1st 2nd 2nd 1st t 10th 4th Fall 1987 t 3rd t 6th t 3rd Spring 1988 t 3rd t 4th t 6th t 10th 1st 1st t 7th

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John Burns Crown Colony Rafael Alarcon Inter. Oak Tree Shootout Morris Williams Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Championship

U.S.-Friendship Southwestern Inter. Golf World UNLV Classic

Miami Doral Park Inter. John Burns Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Sun Devil Big 8 Championship Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Championship

69-73-73-215 76-79-155 72-70-72-214 67-68-135 72-70-70-212 73-67-70-210 69-67-70-206 73-68-70-211 74-72-69-73-288

70-74-68-212 71-71-72-214 72-83-71-226 69-73-73-215

68-72-77-217 70-72-71-213 74-71-71-216 75-73-70-218 76-66-67-209 70-71-141 69-75-75-219 74-77-70-221 74-74-77-75-300


OSU ALL-AMERICANS E.J. PFISTER - MARILLA, NEW YORK Fall 1984 1st Team All-America 3rd Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America NCAA Champion Big 8 Champion Year 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 Career

Rounds-Strokes 37-2731 41-3019 32.5-2361 36-2625 146.5-10736

1988 1987 1986 1988 1988 Low-High 69-82 66-84 67-79 67-80 66-84

Andy Bean Invitational Southwestern Inter.

82-72-78-232 77-75-74-226

Spring 1985

Average 73.81 73.63 72.65 72.92 73.28

t 2nd t 7th

t 5th

Pan American Crown Colony Henry Homberg Inv. Border Olympics Southeastern Inter. Morris Williams Jackson Invitational Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

74-73-77-224 72-70-142 72 74-73-78-225 75-72-73-220 72-70-71-213 70-76-77-223 69-73-71-213 76-74-73-223 77-76-70-73-296

Grandfather Mountain Southwestern Inter. Midwest Fall Classic Harvey Penick Rebel Classic

73-74-80-227 80-84-79-243 71-74-145 73-74-72-219 68-73-71-212

Stephen F. Austin Border Olympics Rafael Alarcon Inter. Louisiana Classic Henry Homberg Inv. All American Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

74-77-151 76-82-76-234 70-76-72-218 74-69-77-220 72-72-70-214 74-72-73-219 69-71-70-210 76-73-66-215 71-71-71-79-292

Fall 1985

t 8th 3rd Spring 1986

t 7th

t 10th 3rd Fall 1986

Harvey Penick Golf World

72-73-38-183 71-72-76-219

Spring 1987

5th 5th t 6th 2nd

John Burns Rafael Alarcon Inter. Oak Tree Shootout Morris Williams All American Chris Schenkel Big 8 Championship Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Championship

75-67-74-216 71-71-73-215 70-76-146 70-72-75-217 75-79-73-227 70-73-70-213 70-69-68-207 72-70-72-214 79-74-73-78-304

Fall 1987

t 3rd

U.S.-Japan Friendship Golf World UNLV Classic

76-75-80-231 74-72-72-218 73-70-72-215

Spring 1988

t 2nd t 8th 9th 1st 1st

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Miami Doral Park Inter. John Burns Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Sun Devil Big 8 Championship Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Championship

72-79-78-229 72-76-71-219 76-74-72-222 68-78-67-213 72-72-72-216 71-73-144 76-70-67-213 76-76-69-221 70-76-70-68-284


OSU ALL-AMERICANS KEVIN WENTWORTH - MANTECA, CALIFORNIA Fall 1987 1st Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America Academic All-America Ben Hogan Award NGTA Academic-Athletic Award 2nd NCAA Championship Big 8 Champion Central Regional Champion Year 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 Career

Rounds-Strokes 27-2002 43-3104 45-3240 50-3642 165-11988

1989, 90, 91 1988 1990, 91 1990 1989 1990, 91 1990, 91 Low-High 69-82 66-78 64-78 66-80 64-82

No tournaments played Spring 1988

t 2nd t 4th

Average 74.15 72.19 72.00 72.84 72.65

Fall 1988 t 6th t 2nd t 6th t 5th 1st

Miami Doral Park Inter. John Burns Rafael Alarcon Inter. Morris Williams All American Sun Devil Big 8 Championship Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Championship Southwestern Inter. Red River Classic Ping/Tour Tulsa Golf World UNLV Classic

78-79-75-232 74-72-71-217 78-73-72-223 77-69-78-224 69-70-70-209 69-74-143 76-71-78-225 74-82-75-231 76-74-74-74-298 76-73-73-222 66-75-68-209 77-73-71-221 69-73-71-213 69-71-71-211

Spring 1989 t 9th t 10th 1st 1st t 2nd Fall 1989 3rd t 4th t 4th t 9th 7th Spring 1990 t 4th 1st t 9th 8th 1st 1st

Ping/Arizona Inter. John Burns Golf Digest Inter. Morris Williams All American Sun Devil-Thunderbird Big 8 Championship NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship The Preview Butler National Red River Classic UNLV Classic Golf World Arizona Intercollegiate John Burns Golf Digest Inter. Morris Williams The American Sun Devil-Thunderbird Big 8 Championship Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

77-77-74-228 69-73-71-213 71-75-74-220 73-74-74-221 73-69-78-220 71-74-72-217 67-67-76-210 74-68-72-214 67-74-72-72-285 68-72-140 74-73-76-223 71-70-72-213 75-74-71-220 75-72-68-215 70-70-70-210 68-64-73-205 73-74-71-218 76-75-71-222 69-75-74-218 76-70-72-218 70-65-76-211 73-78-73-224 73-72-69-214 72-72-72-73-289

Fall 1990 1st t 8th 2nd Spring 1991 t 9th t 5th 10th 2nd t 8th t 2nd

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Tucker Intercollegiate The Preview Kansas Invitational LSU Invitational Golf World UNLV Invitational Big Island Classic Ping/Arizona Invitational John Burns Golf Digest Collegiate Morris Williams Sun Devil Stanford Intercollegiate Big 8 Championship Ping/Oak Tree Collegiate NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

72-73-72-217 78-75-72-225 71 77-70-67-214 75-71-72-218 70-75-70-215 76-72-76-224 70-73-73-216 71-73-74-218 74-68-75-217 74-68-68-210 72-73-72-217 79-75-66-220 75-77-78-230 70-74-78-222 69-70-73-212 75-68-80-73-296


OSU ALL-AMERICANS BOB MAY - LAHABRA, CALIFORNIA Fall 1988 2nd Team All-America 3rd Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America 3rd Big 8 Championship Member, U.S. Walker Cup Team Year 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 Career

Rounds-Strokes 34-2505 45-3294 34-2491 113-8290

1990 1989 1991 1991 1991 Low-High 66-81 66-82 66-79 66-82

t 5th t 9th

Southwestern Inter. Red River Classic Ping/Tour Tulsa Golf World

76-72-80-228 70-70-71-211 76-75-71-222 76-77-70-223

Spring 1989 Average 73.68 73.20 73.26 73.3

1st 10th

Ping/Arizona Inter. Golf Digest Morris Williams All American Big 8 Championship NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

74-76-76-226 73-74-72-219 74-70-66-210 72-73-81-226 74-71-80-225 77-73-74-224 71-73-71-76-291

Fall 1989 t 6th

1st

The Preview Butler National Red River Classic UNLV Classic Golf World

69-76-145 78-72-74-224 70-74-75-219 70-76-75-221 71-69-66-206

Spring 1990 2nd t 4th 10th 7th

Arizona Intercollegiate John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams The American Sun Devil-Thunderbird Big 8 Championship Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

69-75-75-219 72-67-68-207 73-74-72-219 76-70-71-217 79-79-82-240 74-72-69-215 73-73-73-219 74-75-78-227 76-76-72-224 73-76-73-70-292

Fall 1990 No tournaments played Spring 1991 2nd 2nd

3rd

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Big Island Classic Ping/Arizona Invitational John Burns Golf Digest Collegiate Morris Williams Sun Devil Stanford Intercollegiate Big 8 Championship Ping/Oak Tree Collegiate NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

74-73-79-226 70-68-76-214 73-74-67-214 75-75-70-220 75-71-77-223 76-76-67-219 77-77-69-223 79-69-73-221 74-78-66-218 70-73-75-218 72-71-74-78-295


OSU ALL-AMERICANS SCOTT DE SERRANO - FARMER’S BRANCH, TEXAS Fall 1989 3rd Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America 10th NCAA Championship Member of 1991 NCAA Championship Team Year 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 Career

Rounds-Strokes 36-2621 41-3016 6-432 83-6069

1991 1990 1991

Low-High 67-81 68-84 69-75 67-84

6th

Average 72.80 73.56 72.00 73.12

Spring 1990 t 4th t 9th t 4th t 9th 4th

Fall 1990 t 6th t 8th

7th

The Preview Red River Classic Golf World

76-73-149 71-68-75-214 76-73-73-22

Arizona Intercollegiate Golf Digest Morris Williams The American Sun Devil-Thunderbird Big 8 Championship Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

67-72-71-210 72-77-69-218 71-73-73-217 74-72-73-219 81-69-72-222

Tucker Intercollegiate The Preview Kansas Invitational LSU Invitational Golf World UNLV Invitational

75-69-74-218 73-74-77-224 74-74-74-70-292

68-73-74-215 72-75-75-222 77 72-76-69-217 73-75-77-225 73-73-72-218

Spring 1991

t 8th t 9th t 8th t 4th t 6th t 10 th Fall 1991 t 8th

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Big Island Classic Golf Digest Morris Williams Sun Devil Big 8 Championship Ping/Oak Tree Collegiate NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

Tucker Intercollegiate Golfweek/Preview

76-72-84-232 73-81-74-228 69-79-71-219 70-74-72-216 76-78-76-230 70-73-70-213 71-72-70-213 79-69-73-70-291

70-69-75-214 72-72-74-218


OSU ALL-AMERICANS CRAIG HAINLINE - WICHITA, KANSAS 1st Team All-America 3rd Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America Academic All-Big 8 Big 8 Runner-up t 4th NCAA Championship Won first college tournament entered Year 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 Career

Rounds-Strokes 43-3130 44-3233 37-2720 34-2535 158-11618

Fall 1989 1st 10th

1990 1991 1992 1990 1991 1991

Low-High 64-81 68-79 68-80 69-84 64-84

Spring 1990 6th

Average 72.79 73.48 73.51 74.56 73.53

1st t 9th t 3rd t 5th t 7th Fall 1990 t 6th t 8th t 5th Spring 1991 1st

2nd t 4th

Butler National Red River Classic UNLV Classic Golf World Arizona Intercollegiate John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams The American Sun Devil-Thunderbird Big 8 Championship Oak Tree Intercollegiate NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship Tucker Intercollegiate The Preview Kansas Invitational LSU Invitational Golf World Big Island Classic Ping/Arizona Invitational John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams Sun Devil Big 8 Championship Ping/Oak Tree Collegiate NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

74-75-70-219 70-70-76-216 78-74-71-223 74-81-73-228 74-66-71-211 73-73-70-216 77-72-75-224 73-69-71-213 70-74-75-219 75-69-70-214 78-64-76-218 71-73-74-218 70-76-74-220 75-73-69-74-291 73-72-70-215 73-76-70-219 77 73-68-72-213 75-76-74-225 72-73-71-216 74-76-72-222 74-74-73-221 75-72-71-218 74-74-77-225 74-71-76-221 76-74-70-220 74-77-79-230 76-74-72-222 74-72-71-72-289

Fall 1991

6th

Tucker Intercollegiate Golfweek/Preview Golf World UNLV Rebel Classic

74-71-73-218 70-74-74-218 69-77-74-220 73-72-72-217

Spring 1992 Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping/American Collegiate ASU Sun Devil Big 8 Championship Perry Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

75-75-80-230 76-73-77-226 75-75-73-223 72-75-71-218 74-75-76-225 74-68-72-214 75-72-77-224 70-75-72-70-287

Fall 1992 t 9th t 4th

Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate Nat’l Inter. Golf World UNLV Rebel Classic

74-79-77-230 74-69-71-214 72-73-71-216 76-72-71-219 72-76-71-219

Taylor Made-Big Island John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams Carpet Capital Big 8 Championship The Maxwell

84-70-75-229 71-70-72-213 77-76-153 79-73-79-231 80-79-159 76-76-78-230 74-71-77-222

Spring 1993

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OSU ALL-AMERICANS ALAN BRATTON - COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS 1st Team All-America 2nd Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America Co-National Player of the Year (Jack Nicklaus Award) National Player of the Year Runner-up Big 8 Player of the Year Big 8 Champion Big 8 Newcomer of the Year Academic All-America Academic Big 8 Member, U.S. Walker Cup Team Year 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 Career

Rounds-Strokes 39-2846 47-3441 46-3279 47-3364 179-12930

Fall 1992 t 6th

1994, 95 1992 1993

t 9th

1994 1995 1992, 94 1992, 95 1992 1994, 95 1992, 93, 94, 95 1995 Low-High 66-80 67-79 66-78 66-80 66-80

Average 72.97 73.21 71.28 71.57 72.23

t 4th Spring 1993 4th t 8th t5th

t 4th

Fall 1993 t 7th t 9th

Spring 1994 1st 2nd 2nd 1st t 5th 2nd t 9th 5th 2nd Fall 1994 2nd 2nd t 3rd

Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate Golf World UNLV Rebel Classic

74-73-73-220 71-73-72-216 79-71-70-220 76-76-71-223 71-73-68-212

Big Island John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams Carpet Capital Ping American ASU Sun Devil Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

70-73-72-215 73-75-69-217 75-74-149 73-77-74-224 74-69-143 77-69-72-218 77-72-73-222 67-73-79-219 75-75-73-223 72-79-74-225 71-76-73-75-295

Red River Classic Ping/Tulsa Jerry Pate Golf World

Ping/Arizona Big Island John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping/North Carolina ASU Sun Devil Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

Tucker Intercollegiate Golfweek Preview Red River Classic Jerry Pate Golf World

71-69-72-212 74-69-77-220 69-76-72-217 72-73-69-214

68-66-69-203 75-78-76-229 67-70-71-208 77-68-71-216 66-72-72-210 71-71-73-215 70-72-73-215 71-75-72-218 70-70-75-215 69-70-72-211 70-67-66-73-276

71-71-69-211 70-80-150 72-69-69-210 69-73-67-209 71-71-75-217

Spring 1995 Fall 1991 5th

Spring 1992 1st 2nd t 10th 2nd 1st

LSU Invitational Golf World UNLV Rebel Classic

Big Island Ping/Arizona Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping American ASU Sun Devil Big 8 Championship Perry Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

73-74-74-221 72-74-80-226 77-76-74-227

72-74-74-220 72-75-147 73-72-66-211 75-72-77-224 70-72-72-214 73-76-76-222 68-71-71-210 71-74-69-214 74-71-78-223 68-74-74-71-287

t 4th t 5th 1st t 9th 1st 1st

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Ping Arizona Big Island John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping/North Carolina ASU Sun Devil Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

71-72-70-213 74-68-69-211 69-73-142 72-70-71-213 71-72-76-219 72-73-71-216 73-77-73-223 70-66-75-211 73-73-72-218 69-74-68-211 75-76-69-70-290


OSU ALL-AMERICANS CHRIS TIDLAND - PLACENTIA, CALIFORNIA Fall 1992 1st Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America NCAA Runner-up Big 8 Player of the Year Co-Big 8 Champion Academic All-Big 8 Year 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 Career

Rounds-Strokes 45-3326 44-3196 46-3366 45-3233 180-13121

1993, 95 1992, 94 1995 1993 1995 1992, 93, 94, 95 Low-High 68-81 67-81 67-79 68-78 67-81

Average 73.91 72.64 73.17 71.84 72.89

t 3rd Spring 1993 t 5th t 7th t 3rd t 8th 6th 2nd t 4th

Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate Golf World

74-79-75-228 68-72-81-221 73-73-76-222 68-72-68-208

Taylor Made Big Island John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams Carpet Capital Ping American Inter. ASU Sun Devil Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

71-71-75-217 69-69-73-211 79-78-157 73-68-72-213 75-69-144 72-72-70-214 73-74-72-219 77-67-72-216 71-70-70-211 73-75-73-221 75-73-76-70-294

Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Ping/Tulsa Invitational Jerry Pate Golf World

74-72-76-222 76-74-69-219 73-68-71-212 76-76-77-229 70-68-70-208

Big Island John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping Intercollegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

69-67-75-211 70-72-74-216 74-78-76-228 72-74-76-222 70-79-70-219 70-73-79-222 72-77-71-220 74-73-73-220 73-73-73-219 77-74-74-74-299

Fall 1993

1st t 3rd Spring 1994 3rd

10th

t 4th

Fall 1994 3rd t 4th t 8th 1st

Tucker Intercollegiate Golfweek Preview Red River Classic Jerry Pate Golf World

73-71-68-212 72-73-145 68-74-70-212 72-73-70-215 70-68-70-208

Spring 1995 Fall 1991 t 5th

4th

Tucker Intercollegiate Golfweek Preview LSU Invitaional Golf World UNLV Rebel Classic

68-70-75-213 73-71-71-215 73-77-76-226 70-76-73-219 69-68-74-211

t 6th t 4th

t 2nd t 1st

Spring 1992

6th 6th

Big Island Ping/Arizona Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping American Collegiate ASU Sun Devil Big 8 Championship Perry Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

79-79-76-234 73-74-147 74-79-81-234 76-76-75-227 73-78-76-227 75-76-78-229 74-77-68-219 69-69-70-208 75-74-69-218 78-73-75-73-299

t 2nd

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Ping Arizona Taylor Made/Big Island Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping Intercollegiate ASU Thunderbird Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

76-68-71-215 72-73-68-213 70-74-72-216 76-73-71-220 78-71-76-225 71-70-73-214 69-73-69-211 77-71-73-221 71-74-77-222 69-69-72-74-284


OSU ALL-AMERICANS KRIS COX - LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA Spring 1993 1st Team All-America 3rd Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America Big 8 Champion Big 8 Newcomer of the Year Academic All-American Academic All-Big 8 Member, U.S. Walker Cup Team Year 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 Career

Rounds-Strokes 44-3255 40-2886 38-2763 40-2956 162-11860

1994 1996 1995 1996 1993 1995, 96 1993, 94, 95, 96 1995 Low-High 67-81 67-82 69-77 68-82 67-82

Average 73.98 72.15 72.71 73.90 73.21

3rd

t 8th

Fall 1993 t 9th Spring 1994 5th 1st

1st t 2nd

Taylor Made Big Island John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams Carpet Capital Ping/American Inter. ASU Sun Devil Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

78-74-75-227 70-72-73-215 76-77-153 75-74-72-221 69-72-141 74-74-79-227 72-75-74-221 75-74-76-225 79-75-71-225 75-70-78-223 77-75-76-73-301

Taylor Made Red River Golf World

74-68-72-214 71-70-75-216

Ping/Arizona Inter. Big Island John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping/Intercollegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

67-67-72-206 76-70-71-217 69-70-67-206 75-78-72-225 76-76-73-225 72-68-73-213 68-71-70-209 73-82-76-231 71-75-74-220 75-70-72-217 69-73-73-72-287

Fall 1994 Golfweek Preview Red River Classic Golf World

76-76-152 71-70-74-215 75-72-69-216

Spring 1995

t 2nd t 7th t 4th t 6th

Ping/Arizona Inter. Taylor Made Big Island John Burns Golf Digest Ping/Intercollegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

72-71-73-216 76-74-75-225 72-69-141 72-74-72-218 75-69-69-213 72-73-75-220 71-70-77-218 75-72-73-220 73-70-76-219 75-73-71-71-290

Missouri Bluffs Inter. Taylor Made Red River Golf World

73-73-72-218 73-70-79-222 72-72-75-219

Fall 1995

Spring 1996 t 4th t 7th t 2nd Fall 1992 t 6th t 10th t 10th

Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Golf World UNLV Rebel Classic

75-81-81-237 68-72-72-212 67-73-73-213 69-69-76-214

1st

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Mauna Kea Collegiate Taylor Made Big Island Rolex Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping Intercollegiate Karsten Creek Collegiate Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

74-72-72-218 80-72-73-225 73-68-78-219 71-76-72-219 80-75-72-227 73-74-75-222 75-71-71-217 72-72-75-219 74-73-82-229 71-78-76-77-302


OSU ALL-AMERICANS TRIP KUEHNE - DALLAS, TEXAS Fall 1993 2nd Team All-America 3rd Team All-America Ben Hogan Award Big 8 Newcomer of the Year Academic All-America Academic All-Big 8 OSU Top Male Student Runner-up U.S. Amateur Member, U.S. Walker Cup Team Year 1991-92* 1992-93* 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 Career

1996 1994, 95 1995 1994 1995, 96 1994, 95, 96 1995 1994 1995

Rounds-Strokes Low-High 40-2980 67-85 9-644 67-75 46-3352 65-77 44-3217 67-80 40-2975 68-84 179-13168 65-85 note: * - at Arizona State

Average 74.50 71.55 72.87 73.11 74.37 73.56

3rd t 2nd

Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Ping/Tulsa Invitational Jerry Pate

77-70-76-223 76-71-71-218 70-71-74-215 71-74-68-213

Ping/Arizona Inter. Big Island John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping/Intercollegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

73-71-72-216 76-71-73-220 74-73-67-214 77-76-76-229 77-73-76-226 70-74-75-219

Spring 1994

t 4th 4th

Fall 1994 t 9th

Spring 1995 1st t 4th t 9th 1st

8th

Tucker Intercollegiate Golfweek Preview Red River Classic Jerry Pate Golf World

73-75-72-220 68-75-69-212 77-70-72-219 75-75-65-73-288

72-76-71-219 73-75-148 75-70-73-218 79-72-78-229 73-78-72-223

Ping/Arizona Inter. Taylor Made Big Island John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams ASU/Thunderbird Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

68-69-70-207 70-68-73-211 71-72-143 73-72-68-213 76-72-76-224 74-77-78-229 71-73-75-219 67-70-80-217 76-76-70-222 72-75-75-73-295

Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate Golf World

70-70-75-215 74-73-76-223 75-80-84-239

Fall 1995

Spring 1996 t 7th

1st 2nd

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Mauna Kea Collegiate Taylor Made Big Island Rolex Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping/Intercollegiate Karsten Creek Collegiate Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

72-73-70-215 81-77-71-229 72-76-77-225 75-72-70-217 76-70-75-221 72-68-71-211 81-76-73-230 75-74-73-222 71-76-72-219 80-75-74-80-309


OSU ALL-AMERICANS LEIF WESTERBERG - UPPLANDS VASBY, SWEDEN Fall 1994 2nd Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America Big 12 Player of the Year Big 12 Student-Athlete of the Year Academic All-America Member of 1995 NCAA Championship Team Year 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 Career

Rounds-Strokes 46-3360 47-3480 40-2949 41-2966 174-12777

1996, 97 1994, 95 1997 1997 1997

Low-High 67-80 67-82 67-83 63-80 63-83

t 7th

Average 73.04 74.04 73.72 72.34 73.30

Spring 1995 t 8th

t 6th

Tucker Intercollegiate Golfweek Preview Red River Classic Jerry Pate Golf World

76-75-71-222 76-78-154 71-70-73-214 80-74-77-231 71-70-75-216

Ping/Arizona Inter. Taylor Made Big Island John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping/Intercollegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

74-68-69-211 76-73-71-220 74-73-147 75-76-75-226 71-76-77-224 68-77-77-222 71-74-75-220 78-72-82-232 77-73-76-226 74-73-67-214 78-75-76-72-301

Ping/Golfweek Inter. Missouri Bluffs Inter. Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate Golf World

81-68-72-221 70-67-68-205 70-73-70-213 82-74-72-228 74-71-68-213

Fall 1995 2nd t 7th t 7th Spring 1996 1st 9th 7th

Mauna Kea Collegiate Taylor Made Big Island Rolex Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping/Intercollegiate Karsten Creek Collegiate Big 8 Championship NCAA Championship

68-69-69-206 83-73-74-230 74-73-73-220 74-73-73-220 71-75-74-220 80-76-77-233 79-80-73-232 76-77-80-75-308

Fall 1996

t 2nd

Fall 1993 t 3rd

t 3rd

Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Ping/Tulsa Invitational Jerry Pate Golf World

80-71-71-222 72-68-70-210 75-76-78-229 74-71-77-222 68-72-68-208

Ping/Arizona Inter. Big Island John Burns Golf Digest Ping/Intercollegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

74-70-67-211 74-74-75-223 71-72-74-217 72-78-71-221 76-77-72-225 73-73-72-218 78-77-75-230 72-76-71-219 70-69-76-215 72-72-73-73-290

Spring 1994

Spring 1997 t 5th t 3rd

1st t 3rd

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Tucker Intercollegiate Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate

John Burns The Bridges All-American Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping/Intercollegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

73-70-77-220 75-73-78-226 70-69-75-214 76-63-72-211

72-68-72-212 74-69-68-211 80-77-157 74-76-150 70-74-73-217 71-73-76-220 67-68-76-211 73-72-76-221 68-69-73-210 71-74-69-72-286


OSU ALL-AMERICANS BRIAN GUETZ - LITTLETON, COLORADO Fall 1993 3rd Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America All-Big 12 Year 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 Career

Rounds-Strokes 3-222 15-1133 37-2742 44-3203 99-7300

1996 1997 1997 Low-High 69-80 71-84 66-82 65-81 65-84

No tournaments played Spring 1994 Average 74.00 75.53 74.11 72.79 73.74

The Maxwell

69-80-73-222

Tucker Intercollegiate Red River Classic Jerry Pate

74-78-75-225 71-73-74-218 84-77-74-235

Morris Williams The Maxwell

73-77-77-227 75-78-75-228

Ping/Golfweek Collegiate Missouri Bluffs Inter. Taylor Made Red River

79-72-75-226 74-70-66-210 75-71-70-216

Jerry Pate

77-79-74-230

Fall 1994

Spring 1995

Fall 1995 4th

Spring 1996

3rd 1st t 6th Fall 1996 t 10th 8th

Spring 1997 1st

t 9th

t 6th t 6th

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Rolex Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping Intercollegiate Karsten Creek Collegiate Big 8 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

Tucker Intercollegiate Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate Golf World

John Burns The Bridges All-American Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping/Intercollegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

75-72-75-222 82-80-72-234 74-73-77-224 81-76-75-232 73-77-71-221 68-69-70-207 71-75-70-216 74-78-74-78-304

70-72-71-213 75-73-74-222 69-71-71-211 75-75-74-224 72-77-72-221

72-71-68-211 68-74-77-217 79-70-149 74-74-148 77-81-71-229 70-74-75-219 78-75-72-225 70-70-74-214 74-72-65-211 71-72-71-73-287


OSU ALL-AMERICANS BO VAN PELT - RICHMOND, INDIANA Fall 1994 1st Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America Member, Palmer Cup Team All-Big 12 Year 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 Career

Rounds-Strokes 3-224 31-2318 44-3182 39-2836 117-8560

1997 1998 1997 1997, 98 Low-High 73-77 67-88 66-83 67-81 66-88

No tournaments played Spring 1995

Average 74.67 74.77 72.32 72.72 73.16

The Maxwell

74-77-73-224

Ping/Golfweek Inter. Missouri Bluffs Inter. Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate Golf World

76-80-77-233 67-68-69-204 68-69-78-215 73-76-73-222 76-74-76-226

Mauna Kea Collegiate Taylor Made Big Island The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

82-76-69-227 88-71-82-241 69-76-76-221 70-72-74-216 77-79-75-82-313

Tucker Intercollegiate Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate Golf World

72-72-72-216 76-67-75-218 71-71-70-212 70-70-75-215 68-67-76-211

Fall 1995 1st t 8th Spring 1996

t 6th Fall 1996 t 2nd t 9th t 4th Spring 1997 t 1st t 7th t 3rd

t 4th t 1st

John Burns The Bridges All-American Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping/Intercollegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

75-70-66-211 75-70-69-214 77-76-153 75-71-146 78-76-70-224 73-72-75-220 76-83-75-234 68-72-73-213 73-68-68-209 72-75-70-69-286

Fall 1997

t 10th

Tucker Intercollegiate Ping/Golfweek Preview Jerry Pate Golf World

72-74-146 70-72-75-217 77-68-71-216 73-76-73-222

John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams U.S. Collegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

69-69-72-210 75-81-74-230 72-70-70-212 70-75-81-226 69-73-73-215 81-71-73-225 71-74-72-217 70-73-75-218 70-67-74-71-282

Spring 1998

t 2nd t 3rd t 4th

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OSU ALL-AMERICANS EDWARD LOAR - ROCKWALL, TEXAS Spring 1997 2nd Team All-America 3rd Team All-America Member, Palmer Cup Team Member, U.S. Walker Cup Team Sunnehanna Amateur Champion Southwestern Amateur Champion Southern Amateur Champion Big 12 Runner-up Year 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 Career

Rounds-Strokes 38-2741 39-2827 40-2891 37-2634 154-11093

1997, 99, 00 1998 1999 1999 1999, 00 1997 1999 2000 Low-High 66-78 66-80 65-82 65-81 65-82

t 7th

t 6th 2nd 1st

Average 72.13 72.49 72.28 71.19 72.03

Fall 1997 t 1st t 4th t 4th

John Burns The Bridges All-American Golf Digest Morris Williams Ping/Intercollegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

70-71-75-216 70-67-77-214 78-71-149 73-76-149 70-76-69-215 71-66-73-210 72-76-75-223 72-66-67-205 75-70-69-214 72-77-77-76-302

Tucker Intercollegiate Ping/Golfweek Preview Jerry Pate Rolex Match Play Golf World

70-67-137 71-68-72-211 73-66-75-214 1-2 record 74-71-75-220

John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams U.S. Collegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

72-73-68-213 73-80-76-229 77-77-74-228 74-73-71-218 73-74-73-220 77-75-74-226 73-72-71-216 69-73-72-214 68-72-66-75-281

Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate Golf World

74-75-72-221 71-71-70-212 71-69-65-205 69-70-67-206

John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams U.S. Collegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

67-68-71-206 76-69-75-220 78-76-75-229 72-69-72-213 72-72-73-217 70-76-72-218 76-73-72-221 78-70-73-221 82-76-69-75-302

Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate Golf World

73-79-68-220 69-69-66-204 75-72-71-218 70-72-74-216

Spring 1998

t 9th t 6th t 9th

Fall 1998 t 9th t 3rd 1st Spring 1999 4th

t 9th

Fall 1999 t 5th

Spring 2000 t 5th t 7th 1st 2nd t 6th

Fall 1996 1st

Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate Golf World

73-69-74-216 71-67-70-208 73-74-73-220

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John Burns Las Vegas Intercollegiate Morris Williams U.S. Collegiate Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

71-70-67-208 72-69-74-215 68-81-71-220 69-65-69-203 72-68-70-210 70-74-71-215 74-73-70-217 72-72-72-72-288


OSU ALL-AMERICANS CHARLES HOWELL - AUGUSTA, GEORGIA Fall 1997 1st Team All-America 3rd Team All-America NCAA Champion Big 12 Champion Big 12 Athlete of the Year Big 12 Student-Athlete of the Year All-Big 12 Jack Nicklaus Award Fred Haskins Award Member, Palmer Cup Team Set all-time NCAA season scoring average record in 2000 (69.57) Year 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 Career

Rounds-Strokes 39-2812 40-2867 37-2574 116-8253

1999, 00 1998 2000 (new record) 2000 (new record) 2000 2000 1998, 99, 00 2000 2000 1999

Spring 1998 3rd t 6th t2nd 2nd 3rd t 7th

Low-High 66-79 66-77 63-80 63-80

Average 72.10 71.68 69.57 71.15

Fall 1998 1st t 4th t 9th Spring 1999 t 2nd 3rd 7th

t 10th 5th Fall 1999 t 6th 4th 1st Spring 2000 t 9th t 3rd

1st 1st t 10th 1st

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Tucker Intercollegiate Ping/Golfweek Preview Jerry Pate Rolex Match Play Golf World

69-78-147 76-72-74-222 77-77-73-227 3-0 record 71-73-74-218

John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams U.S. Collegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

69-68-67-204 72-71-70-213 70-73-69-212 66-73-72-211 77-75-72-224 74-76-70-220 68-78-69-215 79-69-68-216 70-74-70-69-283

Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate Golf World

73-69-74-216 70-67-69-206 69-73-68-210 75-74-74-223

John Burns Golf Digest Morris Williams U.S. Collegiate ASU/Thunderbird Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

68-71-66-205 74-69-66-209 75-70-74-219 73-70-71-214 76-73-69-218 74-72-72-218 70-77-74-221 73-76-68-217 71-77-70-73-291

Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Jerry Pate Golf World

72-74-68-214 68-68-66-202 68-66-67-201 74-72-68-214

John Burns Las Vegas Intercollegiate Morris Williams U.S. Collegiate Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

71-71-68-210 69-69-70-208 72-73-80-225 71-75-72-218 66-66-68-200 70-66-70-206 71-69-71-211 67-66-63-69-265


OSU ALL-AMERICANS ANDERS HULTMAN - GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN 1st Team All-America 3rd Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America All-Big 12 Big 12 Champion Member of 2000 NCAA Championship Team Year Rounds-Strokes 1998-99 (Fr.) 40-2,935 1999-2000 (So.) 36-2,581 2000-2001 (Jr.) 36-2,572 2001-2002 (Sr.) 40-2,892 Career 152-10,980

2001 2000 2002 1999, 01, 02 2002

Low-High 67-81 67-78 63-81 65-79 63-81

Average 73.38 71.69 71.44 72.30 72.24

Spring 1999 T52. 11. T23. T18. T13. T7. T7. T48. T57.

John A. Burns Inter. Golf Digest Collegiate Invit. Morris Williams U.S. Collegiate ASU Thunderbird Big 12 Championship The Maxwell by Pontiac NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

73-71-75—219 72-71-72—215 77-74-76—227 70-74-72—216 76-67-71—214 73-69-73—215 72-71-72—215 75-78-73—226 73-80-77-76—306

Fall 1999 T6. T33. T18. T20.

Ping-Golfweek Preview Red River Classic Jerry Pate National Inter. Golf World/Palmetto Dunes

73-68-73—214 75-67-71—213 73-75-67—215 70-68-74—212

Spring 2000 DQ. T7. T31. T21. T15. T11. 9. T41.

John Burns Intercollegiate Las Vegas Intercollegiate Morris Williams Inter. Compaq U.S. Collegiate Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

Fall 2000 T51. Ping-Golfweek Preview T20. Taylor Made Red River Classic T11. Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate 1. Rolex/Golf World/ Palmetto Dunes Spring 2001 4. T23. 4. T13. 1. T33. 1. T40.

69-70-DQ 69-69-73—211 75-78-73—226 78-72-67—217 76-67-76—219 75-74-68—217 72-68-70—210 72-76-68-72—288

73-80—153 74-68-73—215 70-68-72—210 66-66-63—195

John Burns Intercollegiate Las Vegas Intercollegiate Morris Williams Intercollegiate Ford U.S. Collegiate ASU Thunderbird Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

70-69-67—206 71-73-75—219 74-66—140 69-72-76—217 69-68-69—206 81-80-75—236 70-67-67—204 74-77-72—223 76-72—148

Fall 2001 T13. T4. 6. T9.

Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Classic Jerry Pate Intercollegiate Long Cove Invitational

73-72-72—217 69-68-70—207 70-72-70—212 73-73-68—214

Spring 2002 T22. T39. T47. T30. T42. 1. T12. T33. T102.

Ping Arizona Intercollegiate Las Vegas Collegiate Morris Williams Intercollegiate U.S. Collegiate ASU Thunderbird Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

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73-67-75—215 76-73-73—222 73-79-79—231 74-76-73—223 71-72-73—216 70-68-65—203 71-72-72—215 70-75-76—221 74-71-76-75—296


OSU ALL-AMERICANS HUNTER MAHAN - MCKINNEY, TEXAS Jack Nicklaus Award Fred Haskins Award Ben Hogan Award Member, U.S. Palmer Cup Team 1st Team All-America 2nd Team All-America* Big 12 Player of the Year U.S. Amateur Runner-Up Holds 18-hole school scoring record (62) Pac-10 Freshman of the Year* All-Pac-10* All-Big 12 Year Rounds-Strokes 2000-2001 (Fr.) *41-2,929 2001-2002 (So.) 39-2,750 2002-2003 (Jr.) 37-2,613 Totals 117-8,292 *at USC

2003 2003 2003 2002 2002, 03 2001 2002, 03 2002 2001 2001 2002, 03

Low-High 63-80 62-76 65-79 62-80

Average 71.44 70.51 70.62 70.87

Fall 2000 (at USC) T5. Northwest Classic T56. William H. Tucker 1. Windon Memorial 1. Red River Classic 4. Jerry Pate Intercollegiate

70-67-69—218 73-79-72—224 72-68-73—213 72-65-67—204 71-63-70—204

Spring 2001 (at USC) t12. Ping Arizona Intercollegiate

70-68-75—213

t45.

Taylor Made Waikoloa Intercollegiate

t27. t30. t15. t4. 2. t9. t12.

Cleveland Golf Classic Morris Williams Intercollegiate ASU Thunderbird Invitational U.S. Intercollegiate Pac-10 Championship The Maxwell NCAA West Regional

Fall 2001 t43. DQ. t1. t9.

Ping/Golfweek Preview Taylor Made Red River Classic Jerry Pate Intercollegiate Long Cove Invitational

Spring 2002 1. t27. t3. 1. t29. t4. 5. t7. 3.

Ping Arizona Intercollegiate Las Vegas Collegiate Morris Williams Intercollegiate U.S. Collegiate ASU Thunderbird Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

Fall 2002 t12 t6

Inverness Intercollegiate Ping/Golfweek Preview

Spring 2003 t12 t3 t6 1 t1 t4 1 1 t5 8

Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Puerto Rico Classic Toyota Men’s Collegiate Morris Williams Intercollegiate Augusta State Invitational U.S. Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

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78-76-80—234 74-76—150 75-73—148 75-68-68—211 73-70-68—211 68-69-67-67—271 69-74-69—212 74-72-70—216

75-73-76—224 DQ-72-70—DQ 68-72-65—205 69-75-70—214

67-68-68—203 69-74-76—219 70-70-74—214 62-73-69—204 68-72-73—213 69-74-67—210 72-66-72—210 73-69-72—214 68-71-67-72—278

78-73-70—221 (+8) 79-66-74—219 (+3)

72-73-70—215 (-1) 71-76-67—214 (-2) 73-70-67—210 (-6) 68-69-65—202 (-14) 69-70-70—209 (-7) 70-65-73—208 (-5) 73-67-68—208 (-2) 67-68-69—204 (-6) 71-71-68—210 (-6) 73-71-73-76—293 (+8)


OSU ALL-AMERICANS CASEY WITTENBERG - MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 2nd Team All-America All-Big 12 Low Amateur, The Masters Member, U.S. Walker Cup Team SGA National Amateur of the Month Big 12 Golfer of the Month Top-Ranked Men’s Amateur U.S. Amateur Runner-up Year 2003-04 (Fr.) Career

Rounds-Strokes 31-2,219 31-2,219

2004 2004 2004 2003 2004 2004 2003 2003 Low-High 64-78 64-78

Average 71.58 71.58

Fall 2003 T13. 4.

Windon Memorial Classic Jerry Pate Natl. Intercollegiate

74-71-73—218 71-64-67—202

Spring 2004 T9. 14. T19. T9. 8. T21. T8. T24.

Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Puerto Rico Classic Morris Williams Intercollegiate Hall of Fame Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

75-70-73—218 73-73-70—216 71-71-73—215 72-67-73—212 73-73-71—217 74-66-73—213 69-74-78—221 72-73-73-69—287

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OSU ALL-AMERICANS ALEX NORÉN - STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN Member, European Palmer Cup Team 3rd Team All-America Honorable Mention All-America All-Big 12 Academic All-Big 12 All-Central Region Team Year Rounds-Strokes 2001-2002 (Fr.) 28-2,082 2002-2003 (So.) 36-2,642 2003-04 (Jr.) 33-2,403 2004-05 (Sr.) 34-2,457 Career 131-9,584

2004, 05 2005 2004 2004, 05 2003, 05 2002, 03, 04, 05 Low-High 67-84 68-82 65-82 63-77 63-84

Average 74.36 73.39 72.32 72.27 73.16

Spring 2002 T29. T45. T73. T41. T52. T15. T9. T12. T152. Fall 2002 T3. T25. T25. T25. Spring 2003 T29. T65. T39. T24. T28. T6. T33. T31. Fall 2003 71. t7. Spring 2004 t33. t28. 2. t5. t8. t3. 8. t21. 81. Fall 2004 T43. Spring 2005 T2. T26. T35. T41. T11. T23. 2. 2. T36. 39.

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Ping Arizona Intercollegiate Las Vegas Collegiate Morris Williams Intercollegiate U.S. Collegiate ASU Thunderbird Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

Inverness Intercollegiate Windon Memorial Classic Ping/Golfweek Preview Jerry Pate Intercollegiate Hooters Match Play Championship

Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Puerto Rico Classic Toyota Men’s Collegiate Morris Williams Intercollegiate Augusta State Invitational The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

Ping/Golfweek Preview Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Hooters Match Play Championship

74-70-72—216 75-79-71—225 76-84-80—240 80-73-73—226 76-67-75—218 75-71-72—218 70-70-74—214 74-70-72—216 83-78-78-70—309

74-69-74—217 74-74-75—223 73-76-77—226 73-71—144 3-0-1

68-75-77—220 82-74-77—233 74-76-71—221 73-71-73—217 73-72-68—213 74-68-68—210 73-74-70—217 80-72-74-75—301

80-77—157 65-65-74—204 0-2

Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Morris Williams Intercollegiate Hall of Fame Invitational National Invitational Boilermaker Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

76-73-76—225 76-71-72—219 71-68-69—208 66-72-74—212 69-73-72—214 71-68-75—214 70-69-69—208 70-77-77—224 82-82-75-79—318

Ping/Golfweek Preview Hooters Collegiate Match Play

73-75-74—222 2-2-0

Taylor Made/Walkoloa Intercollegiate Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Hall of Fame Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Texas A&M Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

67-65-66—198 72-75-71—218 73-74-77—224 74-77-72—223 75-71-76—222 77-73-73—223 70-72-72—214 69-72-63—204 73-70-75—218 70-69-77-75—291


OSU ALL-AMERICANS ZACK ROBINSON - FT. WORTH, TEXAS 3rd Team All-America Honorable Mention All-America Byron Nelson Award Winner All-Central Region Team 1st Team Academic All-America Academic All-Big 12 All-Big 12 Year 2002-03 (Fr.) 2003-04 (So.) 2004-05 (Jr.) 2005-06 (Sr.) Career

Rounds-Strokes 39-2,885 36-2,647 37-2,677 28-2,059 140-10,268

2005 2003 2006 2003, 05, 06 2005, 06 2003, 04, 05, 06 2005 Low-High 68-83 64-79 67-83 66-83 64-83

Average 73.97 73.53 72.35 73.54 73.34

Fall 2002 T24. T39. T45. T25. Spring 2003 T34. T3. T42. T55. T15. T27. T21. T20. T19. Fall 2003 t42. t28. 19. Spring 2004 t13. t24. t24. t40. 57. t36. t9. 37. 43. Fall 2004 T16. T24. T41. Spring 2005 T8. T10. T4. T3. T10. 3. T11. T36. T58. Fall 2005 T55. T45.

Spring 2006 T35. T38. T67. T15. 2. 2. T45.

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Inverness Intercollegiate Windon Memorial Classic Ping/Golfweek Preview Jerry Pate Intercollegiate Hooters Match Play Championship

Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Puerto Rico Classic Toyota Men’s Collegiate Morris Williams Intercollegiate U.S. Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

Ping/Golfweek Preview Windon Memorial Classic Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Hooters Match Play Championship

Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Puerto Rico Classic Morris Williams Intercollegiate Hall of Fame Invitational National Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

78-76-72—226 73-78-77—228 81-74-76—231 71-73—144 0-3-1

73-74-74—221 72-70-72—214 70-75-77—222 70-76-77—223 74-71-68—213 83-74-78—235 70-68-77—215 68-73-74—215 75-77-70-76—298

76-73—149 74-76-73—223 69-71-69—209 2-1-1

77-72-71—220 74-76-69—219 71-72-74—217 73-75-74—222 76-76-79—231 77-73-77—227 74-64-71—209 76-74-78—228 73-73-71-76—293

Ping/Golfweek Preview Jerry Pate Intercollegiate Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Hooters Collegiate Match Play

75-68-72—215 72-68-71—211 76-71-83—230 2-2-0

Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Hall of Fame Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Texas A&M Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

68-71-73—212 70-72-74—216 72-67-72—211 75-69-74—218 75-70-74—219 74-73-68—215 70-69-74—213 72-74-72—218 74-74-78-73—299

Ping/Golfweek Preview Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational Hooters Collegiate Match Play

76-76-75—227

Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate Puerto Rico Classic Hall of Fame Invitational Aggie Invitational The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

73-76-81—230 3-1

70-75-72—217 75-66-79—220 79-83-74—236 76-81-68—225 66-69-68—203 71-66-71—208 72-75-74-72—293


OSU ALL-AMERICANS TYLER LEON - DALLAS, TEXAS 2nd Team All-America Honorable Mention All-America All-Central Region Team Academic All-Big 12 All-Big 12 Golfweek Honorable Mention All-American Year 2003-04 (Fr.) 2004-05 (So.) 2005-06 (Jr.) 2006-07 (Sr.) Career

Rounds-Strokes 39-2,828 40-2,878 37-2,717 32-2,321 148-10,744

2005 2004, 06 2004, 05, 06, 07 2005, 06, 07 2005, 07 2007

Low-High 67-82 64-79 67-82 67-79 64-82

Average 72.51 71.95 73.43 72.53 72.60

Fall 2004 T7. T10. T39.

Spring 2005 1. Taylor Made/Walkoloa Intercollegiate T15. Puerto Rico Classic T33. Southern Highlands Collegiate 2. Hall of Fame Invitational T15. Morris Williams Intercollegiate T3. Texas A&M Invitational T8. Big 12 Championship T16. The Maxwell T56. NCAA Central Regional T58. NCAA Championship * tied 54-hole school record Fall 2005 T13. T22.

Spring 2006 T17. T18. T25. T17. T5. T29. T42. T22. T24. T57. Fall 2006 T13 T18 T10 —

Fall 2003 t20. t57. t20. Spring 2004 t40. 2. t28. t4. t18. t33. t16. t21. t8. t17.

Ping/Golfweek Preview Windon Memorial Classic Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Hooters Match Play Championship

Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Puerto Rico Classic Morris Williams Intercollegiate Hall of Fame Invitational National Invitational Boilermaker Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

71-74—145 74-76-78—228 73-70-67—210 2-2

82-74-71—227 69-71-68—208 72-71-76—219 73-68-69—210 72-79-67—218 76-74-73—223 71-76-75—222 69-73-71—213 73-73-75—221 70-72-70-72—284

Ping/Golfweek Preview Jerry Pate Intercollegiate Isleworth Collegiate Invitational

Spring 2007 T29 T27 T23 T33 T30 T9 T7 T9 T53

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71-71-69—211 70-69-69—208 74-76-79—229

64-66-65—195* 73-70-71—214 74-72-77—223 76-64-67—207 74-76-73—223 69-72-72—213 68-75-77—220 70-73-72—215 74-69-78—221 76-73-76-74—299

Ping/Golfweek Preview Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational Hooters Collegiate Match Play

75-71-68—214 76-73-75—224 2-2

Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Hall of Fame Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

70-74-68—212 73-69-74—216 78-73-77—228 75-75-75—225 70-71-72—213 71-82-76—229 79-77-72—228 69-67-77—213 71-74-74—219 75-74-74-73—296

Fighting Illini Invitational Ping/Golfweek Preview Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play Championship

74-69-76—219 70-69-73—212

Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Morris Williams Intercollegiate United States Collegiate Championship Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

69-68-70—207 70-78-70—218 74-74-74—222 75-72—147

74-69-78—221 3-0-1

74-79-74—227 72-72-77—221 68-67-69—204 75-73-75—223 74-69-72-74—289


OSU ALL-AMERICANS PABLO MARTIN - MALAGA, SPAIN 1st Team All-America Member, European Palmer Cup Team Honorable Mention All-America Fred Haskins Award Winner Jack Nicklaus Award Winner Phil Mickelson Award Winner 2nd Team Academic All-America Big 12 Player of the Year Big 12 Newcomer of the Year All-Central Region Team All-Big 12 Academic All-Big 12 Two-time SGA National Amateur of the Month Four-time Big 12 Golfer of the Month Golfweek Player of the Year Golfweek Freshmen of the Year Golfweek First-Team All-America Year 2004-05 (Fr.) 2005-06 (So.) 2006-07 (Jr.) Career

Rounds-Strokes 31-2,219 37-2,614 28-2,021 96-6,854

2005, 06 2005, 06 2007 2006 2006 2005 2006 2006, 07 2005 2005, 06, 07 2005, 06, 07 2006, 07

2005 2005 2006

Low-High 65-78 64-76 66-84 64-78

Fall 2004 1. 31. T1. Spring 2005 T37. T4. T10. 6. T15. T8. T11. T6. 2. T47. Fall 2005 T1. 1.

Average 71.58 70.65 72.18 71.40

Ping/Golfweek Preview Jerry Pate Intercollegiate Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Hooters Collegiate Match Play

Taylor Made/Walkoloa Intercollegiate Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Hall of Fame Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Texas A&M Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

69-66-71—206 71-69-72—212 69-68-72—209 4-0-0

68-73-68—209 69-71-70—210 75-68-73—216 70-69-73—212 76-71-76—223 74-73-71—218 73-77-71—221 70-68-73—211 65-70-71—206 72-74-74-75—295

Ping/Golfweek Preview Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational Hooters Collegiate Match Play

73-64-68—205

Spring 2006 3. 2. T2. 4. T8. 4. 3. T16. T10. 5.

Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Hall of Fame Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

64-70-70—204 68-67-71—206 73-71-73—217 72-73-73—218 71-72-71—214 72-74-70—216 75-68-70—213 74-72-66—212 70-76-69—215 66-72-71-73—282

Fall 2006 T3 T7

Fighting Illini Invitational Ping/Golfweek Preview

71-70-71—213 67-69-73—209

Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate Southern Highlands Collegiate United States Collegiate Championship Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

68-66-69—203 77-76-75—228

Spring 2007 T12 T42 T30 1 4 T105 T49

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75-75-77—227 70-73-68—211 67-67-67—201 79-78-84—241 70-72-71-75—288


OSU ALL-AMERICANS JONATHAN MOORE - VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON 1st Team All-America NCAA Champion Arnold Palmer Award Winner Phil Mickelson Award Winner All-Freshman Team All-Central Region Team Big 12 Newcomer of the Year All-Big 12 Academic All-Big 12 U. S. Palmer Cup Team Member Golfweek Freshman of the Year Golfweek First-Team All-America United States Walker Cup Team Year 2005-06 (Fr.) 2006-07 (So.) Career

Rounds-Strokes 34-2,429 30-2,171 64-4,600

Fall 2005 T50

2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006, 07 2006 2006, 07 2006, 07 2007 2006 2007 2007 Low-High 64-81 62-83 62-83

Average 71.44 72.37 71.88

Ping/Golfweek Preview Hooters Collegiate Match Play

73-81-72—226 1-3

Spring 2006 T14 T55 T20 2 T2 T5 T14 1 1 1

Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Hall of Fame Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

70-73-68—211 75-72-77—224 74-72-81—227 74-70-72—216 72-69-71—212 75-71-71—217 74-73-72—219 64-66-66—196 69-69-67—205 68-70-69-69—276

Fall 2006 T24 T18

Fighting Illini Invitational Ping/Golfweek Preview

Spring 2007 1 T3 T45 T33 T30 T7 T50 T64

Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Morris Williams Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

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74-73-75—222 73-71-68—212

68-62-65—195 68-72-70—210 73-75-81—229 75-72—147 75-71-83—229 72-64-68—204 75-77-79—231 73-70-76-73—292


OSU ALL-AMERICANS RICKIE FOWLER - MURRIETA, CALIFORNIA Fall 2007 All-Nicklaus Team Phil Mickelson Award Winner Golfweek First-Team All-America Golfweek Player of the Year Ben Hogan Award Ping First-Team All-America Ping All-Central Region Team United States Palmer Cup Team United States Walker Cup Team Big 12 Golfer of the Month (Two-Time) SGA Amateur of the Month All-Big 12 Big 12 Player of the Year Big 12 Newcomer of the Year World Amateur Medalist Year 2007-08 (Fr.) 2008-09 (So.) Career

Rounds-Strokes 38-2,702 36-2,596 74-5,298

2008, 2009 2008 2008, 2009 2008 2008 2008, 2009 2008 2008 2007, 2009 2008 2008 2008, 2009 2008 2008 2008 Low-High 63-77 65-80 63-80

Average 71.11 72.11 71.60

4 1 4 –

Ping/Golfweek Preview Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Inv. Isleworth/UCF Collegiate Inv. Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play

Spring 2008 2 T7 T8 T2 T8 1 13 T20 T4

Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Barona Collegiate Cup U.S. Collegiate Championship Morris Williams Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

Fall 2008 T5 4 T12

Fighting Illini Invitational Ping/Golfweek Preview Isleworth/UCF Collegiate Inv.

Spring 2009 T12 T6 T5 T19 T19 1 5 12 T3

Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Linger Longer Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate U.S. Collegiate Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship NCAA South Central Regional NCAA Championship

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73-69-73—215 70-63-70—203 72-66-73—211 1-1

69-75-65—209 70-73-73—216 71-73-67—211 72-70-67—209 74-72-71—217 72-68-71-68—279 68-73-73—214 74-77-73—224 74-77-70-73—294

75-68-69—212 68-69-73—210 75-73-71—219

72-68-71—211 71-80-73—224 73-71-72—216 76-70-78—224 71-77-74—222 65-73—138 74-71-72-69—286 75-75-74—224 72-70-68—210


OSU ALL-AMERICANS MORGAN HOFFMANN - WYCKOFF, NEW JERSEY 1st Team All-America 2nd Team Golfweek All-America All-Big 12 Academic All-Big 12 Big 12 Golfer of the Month 2nd Team All-America 2nd Team Golfweek All-American All-Big 12 Member, U.S. Palmer Cup Team 1st Team Golfweek All-America 1st Team All-America Phil Mickelson Award winner All-Freshman Team United States Walker Cup Team Big 12 Player of the Year Big 12 Newcomer of the Year All-Central Region SGA National Amateur of the Month Year 2008-09 (Fr.) 2009-10 (So.) 2010-11 (Jr.) Career

Rounds-Strokes 33-2,370 40-2,911 40-2,875 113-8,156

2011 2010, 11 2009, 10, 11 2011 2011 2010 2010 2009, 10 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 Low-High 62-81 67-82 65-80 62-82

Average 71.82 72.78 71.88 72.18

Fall 2008 T1 T54

Ping/Golfweek Preview Isleworth/UCF Collegiate Inv.

Spring 2009 T12 T2 T13 T1 T32 2 1 T13 T7

Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Linger Longer Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate U.S. Collegiate Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship NCAA South Central Regional NCAA Championship

Fall 2009 T38 2 T13 T3

Fighting Illini Invitational Ping/Golfweek Invitational Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Gifford Collegiate at CordeValle

Spring 2010 T29 T15 T48 T38 T26 T8 T7 T3 T18

Mauna Lani Invitational Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Linger Longer Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship NCAA Southeast Regional NCAA Championship

76-76-69—221 70-67-74—211 79-82-76—237 80-74-73—227 78-75-72—225 72-69-71—212 70-71-74-73—288 71-69-69—209 70-70-74—214

Fall 2010 T24 T43 T10 3

Fighting Illini Invitational Ping/Golfweek Preview Jack Nicklaus Invitational Isleworth Collegiate Invitational

71-75-70—216 73-78-80—231 75-70-73—218 71-71-74—216

Spring 2011 T6 7 1 12 T63 T4 1 13 T38

Ameri Ari Invitational Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters Oregon Duck Invitational Augusta State Invitational Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship NCAA Colorado Regional NCAA Championship

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69-66-72—207 75-75-81—231

73-71-67—211 72-62-76—210 75-72-74—221 72-72-70—212 75-72-78—225 69-70—139 71-71-68-66—276 77-72-77—226 72-69-71—212

77-75-73—225 74-70-69—213 74-74-73—221 70-69-69—208

73-68-65—206 71-67-72—210 69-68-69—206 75-71-68—214 72-78-76—226 71-73-72—216 70-69-68-73—280 70-71-72—213 75-73-75—223


OSU ALL-AMERICANS TRENT LEON - DALLAS, TEXAS 3rd Team All-America Honorable Mention All-America All-Central Region Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar All-Big 12 Academic All-Big 12 Big 12 Golfer of the Month SGA National Amateur of the Month Year 2005-06 (Fr.) 2006-07 (So.) 2007-08 (Jr.) 2008-09 (Sr.) Career

Rounds-Strokes 34-2,490 33-2,406 41-3,013 33-2,409 141-10,318

Spring 2006 T17 T63 T30 T8 T2 23 T6 T24 T62

2009 2007, 2008 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 2008 2008, 2009 2007, 2008, 2009 2008 2008 Low-High 66-79 67-83 69-86 66-81 66-86

Average 73.24 72.91 73.51 73.00 73.20

Fall 2006 T28 T45 – Spring 2007 T5 T27 T28 T23 T43 T17 T25 T44 T15 Fall 2007 T18 T16 T43 T7 -

Fall 2005 T39 Ping/Golfweek Preview T11 Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Inv. Hooters Collegiate Match Play Championship

77-72-74—223 69-75-77—221

Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Hall of Fame Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

Ping/Golfweek Preview Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Inv. Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play Championship

Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Morris Williams Intercollegiate United States Collegiate Ch. Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

Inverness Intercollegiate Ping/Golfweek Preview Olympia Fields/ Fighting Illini Invitational Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Inv. Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play Championship

Spring 2008 T17 T36 T27 1 T34 T18 T13 T5 T64

Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Barona Collegiate Cup U.S. Collegiate Championship Morris Williams Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

Fall 2008 T7 3

Fighting Illini Invitational Ping/Golfweek Preview

Spring 2009 T17 T6 T7 T5 T44 T43 T12 T25 T36

Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Linger Longer Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate U.S. Collegiate Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship NCAA South Central Regional NCAA Championship

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76-71-67—214 75-77-76—228 2-2

68-67-66—201 70-73-75—218 71-77-76—224 72-74—146) 73-73-83—229 77-74-74—225 67-73-72—212 77-81-72—230 72-69-69-69—279

72-74-74—220 72-72-76—220 75-73-78—226 69-75-69—213 0-2

69-75-73—217 80-76-70—226 72-71-75—218 69-69-70—208 73-76-77—226 73-76-71-76—296 69-75-70—214 71-74-72—217 73-76-86-78—313

71-69-73—213 70-73-66—209

71-70-72—213 74-69-71—214 75-74-68—217 72-74-74—220 73-81-74—228 76-76—152 78-75-72-71—296 75-76-77—228 71-70-78—219


OSU ALL-AMERICANS KEVIN TWAY - EDMOND, OKLAHOMA 1st Team All-America 1st Team Golfweek All-America Big 12 Golfer of the Month 2nd Team All-America Hon. Men. All-America 2nd Team Golfweek All-America Hon. Men. Golfweek All-America All-Big 12 Year Rounds-Strokes 2007-2008 (Fr.) 41-3,013 2008-2009 (So.) 32-2,343 2009-2010 (Jr.) 32-2,353 2010-2011 (Sr.) 40-2,853 Total 145-10,562

2011 2011 2011 2010 2008, 09 2010 2009 2008, 09, 10 Low-High 67-84 69-83 65-82 64-80 64-84

Average 73.49 75.53 73.53 71.33 72.84

Fall 2007 T36 T29 6 T58 -

Inverness Intercollegiate Ping/Golfweek Preview Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational Islworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play Championship

Spring 2008 T25 T56 T21 37 T23 2 2 1 T60

Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Barona Collegiate Cup U.S. Collegiate Championship Morris Williams Intercollegiate Big 12 Championship The Maxwell NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championship

Fall 2008 T39 T31 T41

Fighting Illini Invitational Ping/Golfweek Preview Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational

75-71-78—224 77-71-73—221 69-76-83—228

Spring 2009 T25 T29 11 3 T28 T26 1 T27

Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Linger Longer Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate U.S. Collegiate Aggie Invitational NCAA South Central Regional NCAA Championship

70-73-73—216 79-70-75—224 72-70-76—218 71-70-75—216 73-76-75—224 72-77—149 74-72-70—216 74-71-72—217

Fall 2009 T17 T36 T7 T8

Fighting Illini Invitational Ping/Golfweek Invitational Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Gifford Collegiate at CordeValle

73-73-73—219 76-79-73—228 74-70-76—220 69-73-69—211

Spring 2010 3 1 T48 2 T53 14 T7 T17 T14

Mauna Lani Invitational Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Linger Longer Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship NCAA Southeast Regional NCAA Championship

72-68-72—212 65-68-66—199 76-82-79—237 73-70-67—210 77-77-77—231 72-66-75—213 75-73-69-71—288 72-72-69—213 74-71-68—213

Fall 2010 T11 5 7 7

Fighting Illini Invitational Ping/Golfweek Preview Jack Nicklaus Invitational Isleworth Collegiate Invitational

71-71-71—213 77-70-72—219 72-73-71—216 73-71-75—219

Spring 2011 5 T23 14 T5 1 T2 2 1 T38

Ameri Ari Invitational Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters Oregon Duck Invitational Augusta State Invitational Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship NCAA Colorado Regional NCAA Championship

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79-72-74—225 74-75-74—223 75-69-71—215 73-74-78—225 0-1

72-78-69—219 75-80-75—230 74-74-68—216 73-77-74—224 73-72-77—222 72-68-70-73—283 67-69-70—206 70-69-75—214 81-70-76-84—311

67-66-72—205 69-76-72—217 80-70-70—220 74-68-69—211 64-69-71—204 73-72-70—215 66-73-71-75—285 72-65-69—206 77-74-72—223


OSU ALL-AMERICANS PETER UIHLEIN - ORLANDO, FLORIDA 1st Team All-America 1st Team Golfweek All-America Ben Hogan Award Winner Mark H. McCormack Medal Winner Big 12 Player of the Year U.S. Amateur Champion All-Big 12 Three-time Big 12 Golfer of the Month SGA National Amateur of the Month 1st Team All-America 1st Team Golfweek All-America 2nd Team Golfweek All-America Golfweek All-Freshman Team All-Big 12 Member, U.S. Walker Cup Team Two-time Big 12 Golfer of the Month SGA National Amateur of the Month Year Rounds-Strokes 2008-2009 (Fr.) 20-1,461 2009-2010 (So.) 40-2,886 2010-2011 (Jr.) 28-1,985 Total 88-6,332

2010, 11 2010, 11 2011 2010 2011 2010 2010, 11 2010, 11 2010, 11 2010 2010 2009 2009 2010 2009, 11 2010 2010 Low-High 66-78 65-85 65-77 65-85

Average 73.05 72.15 70.89 71.96

Fall 2008 T27

Fighting Illini Invitational

Spring 2009 T25 1 T8 9 2 T18

Linger Longer Invitational Ind. Gaillardia Intercollegiate Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship NCAA South Central Regional NCAA Championship

Fall 2009 T14 1 T3 1

Fighting Illini Invitational Ping/Golfweek Invitational Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Gifford Collegiate at CordeValle

Spring 2010 T86 T11 T57 29 T32 T8 2 1 T2

Mauna Lani Invitational Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Linger Longer Invitational Morris Williams Intercollegiate Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship NCAA Southeast Regional NCAA Championship

70-73-77—220 (+10)

76-71-78—228 (+9) 76-72—148 (+4) 66-77—143 (+1) 72-71-75-75—293 (+13) 72-70-75—217 (+1) 73-72-70—215 (+2)

75-69-74—218 69-71-71—211 68-73-75—216 68-65-69—202

80-75-79—234 70-72-67—209 74-85-80—239 78-72-74—224 74-78-74—226 75-72-65—212 67-72-72-70—281 68-70-68—206 69-68-71—208

Fall 2010 1 T2 2

Fighting Illini Invitational Ping/Golfweek Preview Jack Nicklaus Invitational

Spring 2011 T4 T21 1 T4 T9 T3

Puerto Rico Classic Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters Aggie Invitational Big 12 Championship NCAA Colorado Regional NCAA Championship

Fall 2011 T41

Fighting Illini Invitational

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FRED HASKINS PLAYER OF THE YEAR SYMBOLIC OF THE COLLEGIATE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

LINDY MILLER

BOB TWAY

1978

1981

Miller posted a school-record 70.7 scoring average in his senior season en route to claiming three individual titles and three runner-up finishes. He played in 11 tournaments and finished among the top five nine times. Miller claimed the Labron Harris Invitational, his third Big Eight Championship and then tied for 15th at the NCAA Championship in his final three collegiate tournaments.

Tway matched Lindy Miller’s school-record 70.7 scoring average en route to earning the national player-of-the-year honor. He claimed three tournament titles and added four runner-up finishes and a tie for fifth at the NCAA Championship. During the season Tway never finished worse than eighth in 10 events.

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FRED HASKINS PLAYER OF THE YEAR WILLIE WOOD

SCOTT VERPLANK

1982

1986

Wood claimed the national player-of-the-year honor during his junior season as he posted a 71.6 scoring average and won a school record four tournaments. He finished among the top five nine times in 12 tournaments during the season. He won the Big Eight Championship to cap a four-tournament stretch where he was in the top three each tournament.

Verplank became the only senior in OSU history to win four tournaments in one season as he matched the school record for victories in a year. In addition to the four wins he also had three runner-up finishes during the year. He averaged 71.6 strokes per round and completed his career by winning the NCAA individual championship. Verplank was the first NCAA champion to be named Academic AllAmerican.

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR The Jack Nicklaus Player of the Year Award is symbolic of the Collegiate Player of the Year from 1988 to the present. In 1995, a point system was started and the award is based on the accumulation of points from finishes in specific tournaments as well as a vote by the college golf coaches.

ALAN BRATTON

1994 CO-WINNER, JACK NICKLAUS POY Bratton, a junior, shared the honor with Justin Leonard of Texas in 1994. Bratton recorded a 71.28 scoring average during the season and won two tournaments, the Ping/Arizona and the Morris Williams. He finished among the top 20 in 14-of15 tournaments, including eight top-five finishes during the year. In the spring he was medalist or runner-up six times in 11 outings. He capped off the year as the runner-up to Leonard at the NCAA Tournament. He was also named Academic AllAmerican that season.

CHARLES HOWELL

2000 FRED HASKINS PLAYER OF THE YEAR JACK NICKLAUS PLAYER OF THE YEAR Howell was named the recipient of both of the most prestigious awards in college golf after closing out his career with one of the most dominant six-week stretches in the history of collegiate golf. Howell broke the conference-tournament scoring record to win the Big 12 title by 10 strokes in late April, and he won medalist honors at The Maxwell two weeks later. But his most impressive performance was his incredibly easy victory at the NCAA Championship. His 23-under-par score broke Justin Leonardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s NCAA record by six strokes and won the title by eight. Howell finished the season with a stroke average of 69.57, a national record at the time. In addition to his consensus national player of the year honors, Howell was named the Big 12 Player of the Year and the Big 12 Male Athlete of the Year, making him the first golfer to receive the distinction. The latter is designed to honor athletic performance and academic achievement.

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR HUNTER MAHAN

2003 FRED HASKINS PLAYER OF THE YEAR JACK NICKLAUS PLAYER OF THE YEAR BEN HOGAN AWARD, CO-RECIPIENT Despite playing just two seasons at Oklahoma State, Hunter Mahan departed as one of the most decorated players in school history. The McKinney, Texas native swept national player of the year honors as a junior, being named co-recipient of the Ben Hogan Award and winning the Fred Haskins and Jack Nicklaus awards outright. During his two seasons in Stillwater, Mahan was twice named a first-team All-American as well as the first player to be tabbed as the Big 12 Player of the Year on two occasions. He finished the 2003 season with victories at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate, The Maxwell and the Big 12 Championship where he shattered the conference record for victory of margin, outdistancing the field by 13 strokes.

PABLO MARTIN

2006 FRED HASKINS PLAYER OF THE YEAR JACK NICKLAUS PLAYER OF THE YEAR After being named a first-team All-American, the Big 12 Newcomer of the Year and the Phil Mickelson Award recipient as the nation’s top freshman in 2005, Pablo Martin entered his second collegiate season with lofty expectations and did not disappoint. The Malaga, Spain native promptly claimed medalist honors in the first two events of his sophomore campaign and vaulted to the top of the national rankings. Martin proved to be a model of consistency throughout the season, finishing in the top 10 in eleven of the Cowboys’ 12 events. His quick start produced the aforementioned victories as he defended his titles at the Ping/Golfweek Preview and the the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational. Martin became the sixth OSU player to be named the Big 12 Player of the Year in the 10-year history of the award, earning the distinction unanimously. He posted a nation-leading 70.65 stroke average that included 10 rounds in the 60s. For his efforts he was once again named a first-team All-American as well as the winner of both the Jack Nicklaus and Fred Haskins awards. Martin was just as stellar in the classroom, earning first-team academic All-Big 12 and second-team Academic All-America honors.

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BEN HOGAN AWARD From 1990-2005, the prestigious Ben Hogan Award was presented to a student-athlete based on athletic and academic excellence.

KEVIN WENTWORTH

TRIP KUEHNE

1990 BEN HOGAN AWARD

1995 BEN HOGAN AWARD

Wentworth earned the Hogan Award during the junior season of his outstanding career. That season, Wentworth captured his second straight Big Eight and Central Regional individual titles and also added a victory at the John Burns Tournament. He posted 11 top 10 finishes in 15 tournaments, and his 25 par or sub-par rounds in 45 overall rounds led the team. Wentworth would finish his career as the fourth player in school history to win first-team All-America honors three times. he also would become only the second player in NCAA history (Scott Verplank was the other) to earn first-team athletic and academic All-America honors in the same season twice. he carried a 3.58 GPA in economics.

In 1995 Kuehne set standards for academic achievements that will be difficult to match by any future OSU athletes. A junior athletically, but a senior academically, Kuehne posted a 4.0 grade-point average and was named the top senior male student on the OSU campus. He earned third-team All-America honors on the course and first-team All-America recognition in the classroom. He won two tournaments during the year and carried a 73.11 scoring average in helping OSU to the NCAA championship.

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BEN HOGAN AWARD Since 2005, the prestigious Ben Hogan Award is presented annually to the top menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s NCAA Division I, II or III, NAIA or NJCAA college golfer taking into account all collegiate and amateur competitions during a 12-month period.

RICKIE FOWLER

PETER UIHLEIN

2008 BEN HOGAN AWARD

2011 BEN HOGAN AWARD

Fowler made history during his rookie season as a Cowboy, becoming the first freshman recipient of the Ben Hogan Award. The Murrieta, Calif., native spent much of his first campaign as the top-ranked player in the country and often times was a staple on the leaderboard. In 12 starts, he finished in the top 10 on 10 occasions. In fact, Fowler reeled off nine consecutive top 10s to begin his career. During that stretch he won twice and finished in the top five six times. In just his second career start, Fowler notched his first victory with his win at the Fighting Illini Invitational. His one-shot victory included a 63 to match the course record at Olympia Fields Country Club held by Vijay Singh. Fowler added his second career victory with a four-shot triumph over teammate Kevin Tway at the Big 12 Championship. Following his win at the conference championship, he was named both the Big 12 Player and Newcomer of the Year. On the amateur stage, Fowler recorded a pair of prestigious wins prior to his arrival on campus, winning the Sunnehanna Amateur and the Players Amateur en route to garnering a berth on the U.S. Walker Cup squad. Fowler capped his remarkable year by making the cut at the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego where he tied for 60th place.

Uihlein capped a whirlwind year with the Ben Hogan Award, making him the fifth Cowboy to receive the honor. The Orlando, Fla., native enjoyed a remarkable summer that saw him win the Sahalee Players Championship before becoming the fourth Cowboy to claim the U.S. Amateur title. Additionally, he won the Dixie Amateur, had a runner-up finish at the Porter Cup, a seventh-place finish at the Sunnehanna Amateur and was fourth at the World Amateur Team Championship. Following his victory at the U.S. Amateur, Uihlein received the Mark H. McCormack Medal as the top-ranked golfer in the World Amateur Golf Ranking at the end of the amateur season. Collegiately, Uihlein finished as the runner-up at the 2010 NCAA Championship. He was also chosen as the Big 12 Player of the Year after posting a pair of victories, winning the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational and the Aggie Invitational.

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BYRON NELSON AWARD The Byron Nelson Award is presented to a graduating senior and is based equally upon academic and athletic achievement as well as character and integrity.

ZACK ROBINSON

2006 BYRON NELSON AWARD Robinson was honored with the Byron Nelson Award after a well-rounded career that saw him earn first-team Academic All-America honors twice and third-team All-America honors on one occasion. A Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar, Robinson entered his senior season with diploma in hand and working toward his masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree. The Ft. Worth, Texas native was named a first-team Academic All-Big 12 selection and the OSU Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2006. On the course, Robinson peaked at the right time for the Cowboys, posting back-to-back runner-up finishes at The Maxwell and NCAA Regional before helping OSU to its 10th NCAA title in his final collegiate event.

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MICKELSON AWARD PABLO MARTIN

JONATHAN MOORE

2005 MICKELSON AWARD

2006 MICKELSON AWARD

Martin won two of his first three collegiate starts en route to being named the Big 12 Player of the Year as well as the nation’s top freshman.

RICKIE FOWLER

Moore closed his freshman season with three-straight victories, including the 2006 NCAA regional and national titles.

MORGAN HOFFMANN

2008 MICKELSON AWARD

2009 MICKELSON AWARD

In addition to being named the Mickelson Award recipient, Rickie Fowler was the firstever freshman to collect the Ben Hogan Award.

Hoffmann matched Jonathan Moore’s school record for wins by a freshman capped by his victory at the Big 12 Championship.

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NCAA INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS EARL MOELLER

GRIER JONES

Earl Moeller became the first Cowboy to win the NCAA individual championship as he took medalist honors in 1953. The tournament was played at the par-70, 6,622-yard Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo. The sophomore from St. Louis defeated the University of North Carolinaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s William Williamson, 3 and 2, in 34 holes of match play. The beneficiary of precise iron play, Moeller won the 24th and 25th holes with long putts to take control of the match. He built his margin to five up before halving the 34th hole to secure the win.

Grier Jones capped his senior season by winning the most important tournament of the season. The 1968 Big Eight Conference champion posted an opening-round 65 at the University Golf Course in Las Cruces, N.M. and followed with a 68 during the second round. Jones, a native of Wichita, Kansas, fired a 71 during the third round and a final-round 72 to finish with an eight-under-par total of 276, giving him a three-stroke victory over Hal Underwood of Houston.

1953

1968

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NCAA INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS DAVID EDWARDS

SCOTT VERPLANK

At the 1978 NCAA Championship in Eugene, Ore., David Edwards became the first Cowboy golfer to claim NCAA individual medalist honors while leading his team to the team title. The individual title was decided after 54 holes, with the Edmond, Okla., native turning in a seven-under-par, 209 total. Edwards opened play with a 71 before firing back-to-back 69s to secure the individual crown. On the event’s final day, he added an even-par 72, helping OSU cruise to a 17-shot victory over Georgia on its way to the school’s third team title.

Scott Verplank narrowly missed winning the NCAA individual title as a freshman, losing in a playoff to Jim Carter of Arizona State to finish as the event’s runner-up. The Dallas, Texas native found himself in contention once again during his senior season at the 1986 NCAA Championship in Winston-Salem, N.C., after opening the tournament with back-to-back 68s. Verplank finished with consecutive rounds of 73 to finish with a 72-hole total of 282 and wrap up the individual crown, while helping the Cowboys to a runner-up finish in the team race.

1978

1986

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NCAA INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS BRIAN WATTS

E. J. PFISTER

As the 1987 NCAA Championship at the Scarlet Course in Columbus, Ohio continued, the play of Brian Watts kept getting better. The Carrollton, Texas native shot an opening-round 74 before coming back with a 71 during his second round. Watts saved his best play for last finishing the event with rounds of 69 and 66 to claim medalist honors and lead the Cowboys to victory in the team race. With his final-round 66, he etched his name into the school record book for the best finalround score by a Cowboy in NCAA Championship history.

E.J. Pfister made his final collegiate tournament a memorable one. The threetime All-American had never won a tournament heading into the Big Eight Championship in his senior year in 1988. He won that title and proceeded to become the third consecutive Cowboy to bring home medalist honors at the NCAA Championship 11 days later in Los Angeles. Pfister, a native of Marilla, New York, sandwiched a 76 in between two rounds of 70 before firing a 68 during his final round to gain the individual title and help OSU to a runner-up finish in the team race.

1987

1988

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NCAA INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS CHARLES HOWELL

JONATHAN MOORE

Charles Howell had accomplished many things in his first three seasons as a Cowboy, but his ultimate goal of winning the NCAA title (both team and individual) had not yet been met. Entering the 2000 NCAA tournament at Grand National Golf Club in Opelika, Alabama, Howell was riding a hot streak with wins in the Maxwell and Big 12 Championships. At Opelika, Howell opened with a 5-under-par 67, but trailed Texas’ David Gossett who shot a 63. Howell pulled even with Gossett after a second-round 66. Paired together in the third round, the duo battled back and forth, but it was Howell who grabbed the 54-hole lead after a 63, compared to Gossett’s 66. Howell posted a final-round 69 to finish 23-under-par, breaking the all-time NCAA scoring mark by six strokes. His eight stroke victory helped the Cowboys to their ninth team title.

Jonathan Moore entered the 2006 NCAA Championship as arguably the hottest player in the country and did not slow down upon reaching college golf’s biggest stage. The Vancouver, Wash. native rode a two-tournament winning streak into the event after blistering the field at both The Maxwell and the NCAA Central Regional. Moore opened play at the NCAAs with a 68 to stand in fifth place before moving into a tie for second at the midway point with a 70 during round two. An impressive 69 in tough conditions during the third round positioned him atop the leaderboard heading into the final round. The redshirt freshman showed his mettle on the last day, firing a 69 that included a birdie on the 72nd hole to put an exclamation point on both the individual and team crowns for the Cowboys. The national title wrapped up a record-setting stretch for Moore that saw him shoot a combined 34-under par during his final three events and tie school records for most consecutive rounds in the 60s (7) and the most consecutive rounds under par (10). The victory also marked just the seventh time in NCAA history that a freshman had been crowned national champion.

2000

2006

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ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS In 1984 the college golf coaches started honoring Academic All-Americans. Honorees must be at least a junior, possess a 3.2 GPA, average 77 or better and play in at least 50% of their teamsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; competitions. Since the inception of these honors, Oklahoma State has been well represented with 29 selections.

Tommy Moore* 1984

Scott Verplank* 1985, 1986

David White 1989, 1990

Kevin Wentworth* 1990, 1991

Bill Hoefle 1992, 1993

Alan Bratton* 1994, 1995

Kris Cox* 1995, 1996

Trip Kuehne 1995, 1996

Leif Westerberg 1997

Peter Davidson 2001

Anders Hultman* 2001, 2002

J. C. DeLeon 2002

Zack Robinson 2005, 2006

Tyler Leon 2006, 2007

Pablo Martin* 2007

Ryan Posey 2007

Trent Leon 2008

Morgan Hoffmann 2011

Kevin Dougherty 2013

* players who were also firstteam golf all-americans at some point during their career.

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OSU GOLF LETTERMEN This is a list of Oklahoma State men’s golf lettermen since 1936. If you notice any errors or oversights, please notify in writing: Athletic Media Relations, Athletics Center, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078.

A Jim Ahern Rafael Alarcon James W. Andrews

D 1971-72 1977-78-79-80 1969

B Roy D. Bays George F. Bigham Jim Tom Blair Don E. Bliss Brent Bostick Michael Bradley Alan Bratton Galen Briggs Jaxon Brigman Roger A. Brown Trent Brown James D. Brownfield David R. Browning Lynn Burrus

1966-67 1950-51-52 1951 1972-73-74 1992 1985-86-87-88 1992-93-94-95 1938 1991-92-94 1965-66-67 1998 1971-72-73 1962 1937-38-39

C Richard H. Canon Robert Carroll Orman Casey Wyndham Clark Chris Clarke Michael T. Clayton James Christopher Cole Kris Cox George B. Cram Jr.

1960-61-62 1952-53-57-58 1936 2013 2003-04-05-06 1974-75-76 1972-73 1993-94-95-96 1958-59

Peter Davidson Ian Davis James R. Deaton Ignacio DeLeon J.C. DeLeon Henry B. DeLozier Phil C. DeLozier Scott De Serrano William F. de Tournillon Michael A. Dicello Ben F. Dickson Jr. Robert B. Dickson Andy Dillard Stewart Dodson Kevin Dougherty Bill J. “Cotton” Dunn

1998-99-01 2011-12-13 1968-69-70 1981 2000-01-02-03 1970-71-72-73 1974 1990-91 1974-75 1967-68 1950-51-54-55 1964-65-66 1981-82-83-84 2003-04-05 2011-12-13 1961

E Hugh E. Edgmon David W. Edwards Richard Danny Edwards Martin Dave Eichelberger Sean Einhaus John S. “Jack” Ellis Robert Ellis Earl W. Evans Eric Evans

1964-65-66 1975-76-77-78 1970-71-72-73 1963-64-65 2010-11-12-13 1956-57-58-59 1964 1963 1979-80-81-82

Anders Hultman

F Tim Fleming Joe B. Foster Rickie Fowler Roy Fry Vene D. Fry

J 1984-85-86-87 1968 2008-09 1938-39 1936-38

G John T. Gandy Brad Gehl Chris H. Gers Lawrence Glosser Robert E. Goetz Ted Allen Goin Jaime Gonzalez Talor Gooch Brent A. Goodger Kirk N. Goss Brian Guetz Bret Guetz

1960 2011-12-13 1950-51 1946 1952-55-56-57 1971-72-73 1974-75-76-77 2011-12-13 1975-76 1973-74-75-76 1995-96-97 1999

H

Edward Loar

Craig Hainline Art W. Hall James M. Hardy James Lee Harris Labron E. Harris Jr. Britt W. Harrison Mark Stephen Hayes Bobby Heath Dick Hicks George E. Hixon Bill Hoefle Morgan Hoffmann Harry Hoke James Michael Holder James Hopper Charles Howell Kent Hurlburt Anders Hultman

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1990-91-92-93 1955-56-57-58 1964-65-66 1959-60-61 1960-61-62 1976-77-78-79 1969-70-71 1979-80 1946 1963-64 1992-93 2009-10-11 1940 1968-69-70 1968 1998-99-00 1957,58,59 1999-00-01-02

Jim Jamieson Mark Johnson Grier S. Jones Johnnie Jones Tommy Ray Jones Donald Max “Ab” Justice

1963 2008-09-10-11 1967-68 1978-79 1974-75-76-77 1954-56-58

K Jim Kelley Loddie Kempa Tanner Kesterson Roy Klahr Brandon Knight Richard Knight Trip Kuehne

1941 1947-48-49 2012-13 1946 1992-93 1948 1994-95-96

L Don W. Lackey Gregory T. Lambert Alton LaPrade Sam Lee Trent Leon Tyler Leon Edward Loar Billy Lowry

1963-65-66 1962 1941 2013 2006-07-08 2004-05-06-07 1997-98-99-00 2000


OSU GOLF LETTERMEN This is a list of Oklahoma State men’s golf lettermen since 1936. If you notice any errors or oversights, please notify in writing: Athletic Media Relations, Athletics Center, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078.

M Jeff Maggert Hunter Mahan Landry Mahan Karsten Majors John Marshall Pablo Martin Billy Maxwell Bob May Alfred Mayes Leo McGeehon A. Dare McGillard Jon McLean Jeff McMillian Matt McQuillan Don McKay Lindy R. Miller Michael Miller Richard L. Miller Earl Moeller Brian Montgomery Jonathan Moore Tommy Moore

P 1983-84 2002-03 1997-98-99-00 2013 1955 2005-06-07 1947-48 1989-90-91 1937 1940-41 1951 2008 1979-80-81-82 2001 1946 1975-76-77-78 2009-10 1949 1953-54-55 1987-88-89-91 2006-07 1981-82-83-84

N T.J. Nance Speedy Nash Bernhard Neumann Donald Charles Nichols Jordan Niebrugge Pär Nilsson Alex Norén Rod F. Nuckolls

1996-97-98 1967 2009-10-12 1952-54-55 2013 2001-02-03-04 2002-03-04-05 1976

O John O’Neill Kelley Owen

1985-86-87 1940

Drew Page Jack Parnell Tom Parnell Jim Pate E.J. Pfister Tracy Phillips Ryan Posey

2010-11-12 1955-56-57 1953-56 1936 1985-86-87-88 1982-83 2005-06-07

R Louis C. Rada Bill Rahling Zac Reynolds Greg Robertson Zack Robinson Dayton Rose Doug R. Rouse Harry Rudolph

1956-57-58 1966-67 2004-05 1996 2003-04-05-06 2002-03-04-05 1972 1989

S Don R. Sechrest Nick Seymour James R. Shade Tom E. Sieckmann Harry D. Simmons Jr. Tom J. Sisolak William G. Sisolak Larry Dean Sock Andrew Solheim Raymond Southerland Elvin “Buddy” Sprague Marcello Stallone Rex Stone Boyd Summerhays Carl Suneson Ted Synos

1955-56 1999 1969-70-71 1976-77 1950 1961-62 1967 1974 1997-98 1953-54 1955 1982 1939-40 1998-01 1988-89 1937

Doug Tewell

T Denny W. Tewell Douglas F. Tewell Jay Tewell Bruce E. Thomas Steve C. Thompson Chris Tidland Richard L. Turner Bob Tway Kevin Tway

U 1973-74 1969-70-71 1996-97-98 1967 1974 1992-93-94-95 1948-49 1978-79-80-81 2008-09-10-11

Peter Uihlein

2009-10-11

V Bo Van Pelt Scott Verplank

1996-97-98 1983-84-85-86

W Jeff L. Walser Joe W. Walser Philip Walton Chris Ward Brian Watts Kevin Wentworth Leif Westerberg Kevin Whipple David White Trent Whitekiller Terry D. Wilcox Francis “Bo” Wininger Patrick Winther Casey Wittenberg Willie Wood James M. Woodward Jimmy Darrel Wright

1977-78-79-80 1952-53-54 1982-83 2007 1985-86-87-88 1988-89-90-91 1994-95-96-97 1984-85-86-87 1987-88-89-90 2007-08-09-10 1959-60-61-62 1947-48-49-50 2012-13 2004 1980-81-82-83 1976-78-79 1959-60-61

Y James Neal Young Max Young

Zack Robinson

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COWBOYS ON THE PGA TOUR

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COWBOYS ON THE PGA TOUR

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PRO VICTORIES JIM AHERN

Champions Tour 1999 AT&T Canada Senior Open Championship 2003 Music City Championship at Gaylord Opryland

MICHAEL BRADLEY PGA Tour 1996 Buick Challenge 1998 Doral-Ryder Open 2009 Puerto Rico Open 2011 Puerto Rico

KRIS COX

Nationwide Tour 2005 Permian Basin Charity Golf Classic

BOB DICKSON

PGA Tour 1968 Haig Open Invitational 1973 Andy Williams-San Diego Open

DANNY EDWARDS

PGA Tour 1977 Greater Greensboro Open 1980 Walt Disney World National Team Championship 1982 Greater Greensboro Open 1983 Miller High Life QCO 1985 Pensacola Open

DAVID EDWARDS

PGA Tour 1980 Walt Disney World National Team Championship 1984 Los Angeles Open 1992 Memorial Tournament 1993 MCI Heritage Golf Classic

DAVE EICHELBERGER

Champions Tour 1994 Quicksilver Classic 1996 VFW Senior Championship 1997 The Transamerica 1999 U.S. Senior Open 1999 Novell Utah Showdown 2002 Emerald Coast Classic PGA Tour 1971 Greater Milwaukee Open 1977 Greater Milwaukee Open 1980 Bay Hill Classic 1981 Tallahassee Open

LABRON HARRIS, JR.

PGA Tour 1971 Robinson Open Golf Classic

RICKIE FOWLER

PGA Tour 2012 Wells Fargo Championship

MARK HAYES

PGA Tour 1976 Byron Nelson Golf Classic 1976 Pensacola Open 1977 Tournament Players Championship 1986 Tallahassee Open

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PRO VICTORIES

CHARLES HOWELL

PGA Tour 2002 Michelob Championship at Kingsmill 2007 Nissan Open

GRIER JONES

PGA Tour 1972 Hawaiian Open 1972 Robinson’s Fall Golf Classic 1977 Disney World Team Championship

ED LOAR

Nationwide Tour 2012 Panama Claro Championship Web.Com Tour 2013 Chitimacha Louisiana Open

HUNTER MAHAN

PGA Tour 2007 Travelers Championship 2010 Waste Management Open 2010 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational 2012 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship 2012 Shell Houston Open

PABLO MARTIN

European Tour 2007 Estoril Open de Portugal 2010 Alfred Dunhill Championship 2011 Alfred Dunhill Championship

DOUG TEWELL

Champions Tour 2000 PGA Seniors’ Championship 2000 SBC Championship 2000 Novell Utah Showdown 2001 The Countrywide Tradition 2002 Verizon Classic 2002 Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf 2003 Farmers Charity Classic 2004 Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn PGA Tour 1980 Sea Pines Heritage 1980 IVB-Golf Classic 1986 Los Angeles Open 1987 Pensacola Open

CHRIS TIDLAND

Nationwide Tour 2008 Albertsons Boise Open Presented by Kraft 2009 Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open

BOB TWAY

European Tour 2009 Omega European Masters 2011 Saab Wales Open 2011 Nordea Masters

PGA Tour 1986 Shearson Lehman Brothers Andy Williams Open 1986 Manufacturers Hanover Westchester Classic 1986 Georgia-Pacific Atlanta Golf Classic 1986 PGA Championship 1989 Memorial Tournament 1990 Las Vegas Invitational 1995 MCI Classic 2003 Bell Canadian Open

TOM SIECKMANN

KEVIN TWAY

ALEX NORÉN

PGA Tour 1988 Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic

Nationwide Tour 2013 Albertsons Boise Open

CARL SUNESON

PETER UIHLEIN

European Tour 2007 Open de Saint Omer

European Tour Madeira Islands Open

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BO VAN PELT

Nationwide Tour 2003 Omaha Classic PGA Tour 2009 U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee European Tour 2012 ISPS Handa Perth International

SCOTT VERPLANK

PGA Tour 1985 Western Open 1988 Buick Open 2000 Reno-Tahoe Open 2001 Bell Canadian Open 2007 EDS Byron Nelson Championship

PHILIP WALTON

European Tour 1990 Open de France 1995 Open Catalonia 1995 Murphy’s English Open

BO WININGER

PGA Tour 1962 Greater New Orleans Open Invitational 1962 Carling Open Invitational 1963 Greater New Orleans Open Invitational

CASEY WITTENBERG

Nationwide Tour 2012 Chitimacha Louisiana Open 2012 Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open

WILLIE WOOD

PGA Tour 1996 Deposit Guaranty Golf Classic Champions Tour 2012 Dick’s Sporting Goods Open Pacific Links Hawai’i Championship


COWBOYS AND MAJOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

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OSU AT THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS LABRON HARRIS ERA Year 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973

Champion Louisiana State San Jose State North Texas North Texas North Texas North Texas Stanford So. Methodist Louisiana State Houston Houston Houston Houston Houston Purdue Houston Oklahoma State Houston Houston Houston Houston Florida Houston Houston Texas Texas Florida

Runner-up Duke Louisiana State Purdue/Texas Purdue Ohio State Michigan North Carolina North Texas North Texas N. Texas/Purdue Stanford Oklahoma State Purdue Okla.State/Purdue Arizona State Oklahoma State Houston Oklahoma State Cal-State L.A. San Jose State Florida Houston Wake Forest Wake Forest Houston Houston Oklahoma State

OSU 5th 5th 6th 13th 11th 5th 4th 3rd 3rd 4th 12th 2nd 5th 2nd 4th 2nd 1st 2nd 9th 4th 22nd 4th 10th 4th 5th 4th 2nd

Individual Champion Dave Barclay, Michigan Bob Harris, San Jose State Harvie Ward, North Carolina Fred Wampler, Purdue Tom Nieporte, Ohio State Jim Vickers, Oklahoma Earl Moeller, Oklahoma State Hillman Robbins, Memphis State Joe Campbell, Purdue Rick Jones, Ohio State Rex Baxter, Jr., Houston Phil Rodgers, Houston Dick Crawford, Houston Dick Crawford, Houston Jack Nicklaus, Ohio State Kermit Zarley, Houston R.H. Sikes, Arkansas Terry Small, San Jose State Marty Fleckman, Houston Bob Murphy, Florida Hale Irwin, Colorado Grier Jones, Oklahoma State Bob Clark, Cal-State L.A. John Mahaffey, Houston Ben Crenshaw, Texas Ben Crenshaw, Tom Kite, Texas Ben Crenshaw, Texas

Jonathan Moore captured NCAA medalist honors as a freshman while leading OSU to its 10th national title in 2006.

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OSU AT THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS MIKE HOLDER ERA Year 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 Year 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Champion Wake Forest Wake Forest Oklahoma State Houston Oklahoma State Champion Ohio State Oklahoma State Brigham Young Houston Oklahoma State Houston Houston Wake Forest Oklahoma State UCLA Oklahoma Arizona State Oklahoma State Arizona Florida Stanford Oklahoma State Arizona State Pepperdine UNLV Georgia Oklahoma State Florida Minnesota Clemson California Georgia

Runner-up Florida Oklahoma State Brigham Young Oklahoma State Georgia Runner-up Oklahoma State Brigham Young Oral Roberts Oklahoma State Texas Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Wake Forest OSU/OU/UTEP Texas Florida North Carolina Arizona State Georgia Tech Texas Stanford Nevada-Las Vegas Wake Forest Clemson Oklahoma State Georgia Tech Clemson Georgia Tech Oklahoma State UCLA Georgia Tech

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Champion Oklahoma State Stanford UCLA Texas A&M Augusta State Augusta State Texas Alabama

Runner-up Florida Georgia Stanford Arkansas Oklahoma State Georgia Alabama Illinois

OSU 5th 2nd 1st 2nd 1st OSU 2nd 1st 4th 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 4th 4th 1st 3rd 12th 5th 1st 8th 5th 4th 2nd 1st t24th 16th 2nd 13th 15th

Individual Champion Curtis Strange, Wake Forest Jay Haas, Wake Forest Scott Simpson, So. California Scott Simpson, So. California David Edwards, Oklahoma State Individual Champion Gary Hallberg, Wake Forest Jay Don Blake, Utah State Ron Commans, So. California Billy Ray Brown, Houston Jim Carter, Arizona State John Inman, North Carolina Clark Burroughs, Ohio State Scott Verplank, Oklahoma State Brian Watts, Oklahoma State E.J. Pfister, Oklahoma State Phil Mickelson, Arizona State Phil Mickelson, Arizona State Warren Schutte, UNLV Phil Mickelson, Arizona State Todd Demsey, Arizona State Justin Leonard, Texas Chip Spratlin, Auburn Tiger Woods, Stanford Charles Warren, Clemson James McLean, Minnesota Luke Donald, Northwestern Charles Howell, Oklahoma State Nick Gilliam, Florida Troy Matteson, Georgia Tech Alejandro Canizares, Arizona State Ryan Moore, UNLV James Lepp, Washington

OSU 1st 15th 4th t5th 2nd t3rd â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 14th

Individual Champion Jonathan Moore, Oklahoma State Jamie Lovemark, Southern California Kevin Chappell, UCLA Matt Hill, North Carolina State Scott Langley, Illinois John Peterson, LSU Thomas Pieters, Illinois Max Homa, California

MIKE MCGRAW ERA

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1963 NCAA CHAMPIONS

1963 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM — Oklahoma State’s first NCAA team golf championship came in 1963 at the Wichita Country Club. Coach Labron Harris, Sr., (extreme left) and team are pictured with the NCAA traveling trophy. The team included (from left to right): George Hixon, Duke Evans, Don Lackey and Dave Eichelberger. Not present when the picture was taken was Jim Jamieson.

Oklahoma State’s first national golf title came at the Wichita Country Club as the Cowboys claimed a two-round one-stroke victory. George Hixon led the Cowboys, finishing one shot out of first place after posting a first-round 67 to lead the tournament after one day. Freshman Don Lackey birdied the final two holes to secure the championship. The championship was sandwiched by runner-up finishes in 1962 and 1964 for OSU under Labron Harris.

TEAM SCORES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Oklahoma State Houston North Texas State Southern California Georgia

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 581 582 585 587 590

1. T 2. T12. T24. T44. T77.

R.H. Sikes, Arkansas George Hixon Don Lackey Dave Eichelberger Jim Jamieson Duke Evans

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1976 NCAA CHAMPIONS

1976 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM — Coach Mike Holder’s first NCAA team championship came in 1976 at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. Kneeling is Holder while the team consisted of (left to right): Lindy Miller, Ft. Worth, Texas (Arlington Heights); Tom Jones, Tulsa, Okla. (Rogers); Britt Harrison, Beaumont, Texas (Forest Park); Jaime Gonzalez, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and David Edwards, Edmond, Okla (Edmond).

The first national crown for Mike Holder as well as the second for an OSU golf team came at Albuquerque, N.M. in 1976. The Cowboys posted a seven-shot advantage over Brigham Young. Lindy Miller and Jaime Gonzalez were both two-over par during the four rounds to finish tied for 10th, seven shots behind individual champion Scott Simpson of Southern California.

TEAM SCORES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Oklahoma State Brigham Young Houston Wake Forest New Mexico

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1166 1173 1174 1175 1176

1. T10. T10. T14. T33. T81.

Scott Simpson, USC Lindy Miller Jaime Gonzalez Britt Harrison Tom Jones David Edwards

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1978 NCAA CHAMPIONS

1978 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM — Mike Holder’s second and Oklahoma State’s third NCAA championship team took honors in Eugene, Ore., in 1978. OSU easily outdistanced the field for the team title while David Edwards (extreme right) won medalist honors for the tournament which was determined over the first 54 holes of the 72-hole tournament. The team included (left to right): Britt Harrison, Beaumont, Texas (Forest Park); Bob Tway, Marietta, Ga. (Wheeler); Lindy Miller, Ft. Worth, Texas (Arlington Heights); Rafael Alarcon, Guadalajara, Mexico; and Edwards, Edmond, Okla (Edmond).

Eugene, Oregon was the site of OSU’s third NCAA Championship as David Edwards won medalist honors in leading the Cowboys to the team title. The individual race was decided over the first three days of the event as Edwards posted a two-shot victory with a 209 score. OSU’s 17-shot margin was its biggest in NCAA play as all five Cowboys placed in the top 25 individually.

TEAM SCORES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Oklahoma State Georgia Arizona State Brigham Young North Carolina

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS (54-72 HOLE) 1140 1157 1160 1166 1174

1. T15. T15. T23. T23.

David Edwards Lindy Miller Bob Tway Britt Harrison Rafael Alarcon

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1980 NCAA CHAMPIONS

1980 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM — Oklahoma State traveled to Columbus, Ohio, and the famed Scarlet Course to grab the 1980 NCAA team championship. The team included (back row, left to right): Willie Wood, Tucson, Ariz. (Sabino); Bob Tway, Marietta, Ga. (Wheeler); Coach Mike Holder; and Eric Evans, Canoga Park, Calif. (Canoga Park). Kneeling (left to right) are Jeff Walser, Putnam City, Okla. (Putnam City); and Rafael Alarcon, Guadalajara, Mexico. Alarcon led OSU as he finished third individually in the tournament with a three-under par 285 for the 72 holes.

The Cowboys claimed their fourth NCAA Championship and their third in five years at Columbus, Ohio. OSU entered the final day in a three-way tie with BYU and Ohio State, before shooting an even-par 288 on the final day for a four-stroke victory ahead of BYU. Utah State’s Jay Don Blake won a playoff with Hal Sutton of Centenary for medalist honors, while Rafael Alarcon was OSU’s top finisher, two shots back.

TEAM SCORES 1. 2. 3. 4. 4.

Oklahoma State Brigham Young Oral Roberts Ohio State Texas Christian

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1173 1177 1178 1184 1184

1. 3. T7. T31. T54. T76.

Jay Don Blake, Utah State Rafael Alarcon Bob Tway Eric Evans Jeff Walser Willie Wood

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1983 NCAA CHAMPIONS

1983 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM — In 1983 Oklahoma State traveled to Fresno, Calif., where it beat arch rival Texas by seven shots to win the NCAA team championship. The team was composed of (left to right): Tommy Moore, New Orleans, La. (De LaSalle); Scott Verplank, Dallas, Texas (White); Andy Dillard, Tyler, Texas (Lee); Willie Wood, Tucson, Ariz. (Sabino); Philip Walton, Malahide, Ireland; and Coach Mike Holder. The brash freshman Verplank gave signs of things to come when his one-under par 287 tied him for first individually, but he lost on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff.

OSU freshman Scott Verplank tied for first individually through 72 holes but lost a four-way playoff to Jim Carter of Arizona State and tied for second place in leading OSU to its fifth NCAA title. Verplank would win an individual title his senior year. OSU defeated Texas by seven shots in this tournament at Fresno, Calif. as three Cowboys finished among the top 25.

TEAM SCORES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Oklahoma State Texas Houston Ohio State Clemson

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1161 1168 1170 1173 1176

1. T2. T20. 25. T38. T50.

Jim Carter, ASU Scott Verplank Tommy Moore Willie Wood Andy Dillard Philip Walton

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1987 NCAA CHAMPIONS

1987 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM — OSU’s sixth NCAA team championship and fifth for coach Mike Holder came in 1987, again on the Scarlet Course at Columbus, Ohio. With Brian Watts (extreme right, second row) firing a sizzling 66 on the final day, which won individual honors at 280, the Cowboys easily outdistanced second place Wake Forest by 16 shots. The team included (front row, left to right): Brian Montgomery, Bristow, Okla. (Bristow) and E.J. Pfister, Marilla, N.Y. (Marilla) On the back row (left to right), Coach Holder; Michael Bradley, Valrico, Fla. (Valrico); Tim Fleming, Ocean Springs, Miss. (Ocean Springs).; and Watts, Carrollton, Texas (Newman-Smith).

Brian Watts captured the individual title, becoming the fifth of seven OSU medalists at the event, and led the Cowboys to a 16-shot victory margin. Three OSU players placed in the top six. E.J. Pfister, who tied for 65th would become OSU’s third straight NCAA individual champion in 1988.

TEAM SCORES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Oklahoma State Wake Forest Oklahoma Ohio State Houston Baptist

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1160 1176 1177 1185 1186

1. 4. T6. T65. T109.

Brian Watts Michael Bradley Tim Fleming E.J. Pfister Brian Montgomery

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1991 NCAA CHAMPIONS

1991 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM — Two seniors in Kevin Wentworth and Bob May and three sophomores in Craig Hainline, Scott De Serrano and Jaxon Brigman, battled the elements to capture the title in a final-day comeback at the Poppy Hills Golf Course at Pebble Beach, Calif. From left to right are Kevin Wentworth, Manteca, Calif. (Manteca); Jaxon Brigman, Abilene, Texas (Wylie); Scott De Serrano, Farmer’s Branch, Texas (Turner); Craig Hainline, Wichita, Kan. (West); Bob May, LaHabra, Calif. (Los Altos); and Coach Mike Holder.

OSU battled rough windy conditions in the first round and led after two rounds, before seeing North Carolina grab the third-round lead. OSU made up a threestroke Tar Heel lead, including two strokes on the final nine holes to earn the golf team’s seventh and the school’s 40th overall national title. For the 21st time in the last 22 years, OSU produced at least one top-10 individual finisher as Craig Hainline tied for fourth and Scott De Serrano tied for 10th.

TEAM SCORES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Oklahoma State North Carolina Arizona State Wake Forest Brigham Young

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1161 1168 1175 1180 1185

1. T4. T10. T22. T28. T45.

Warren Schutte, UNLV Craig Hainline Scott De Serrano Bob May Kevin Wentworth Jaxon Brigman

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1995 NCAA CHAMPIONS

1995 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM — Winning the first playoff in NCAA Championship history, Oklahoma State captured the 1995 title defeating Stanford in a thrilling 73rd hole of golf for the third time at The Scarlet Course at Columbus, Ohio. Pictured are: (back row, left to right) Asst. Coach Bruce Heppler, Chris Tidland, Placentia, California (Valencia); Alan Bratton, College Station, Texas (A&M Consolidated); Coach Mike Holder. (front row, left to right) Trip Kuehne, Dallas, Texas (Highland Park) and Kris Cox, Lafayette, Louisiana (Episcopal of Acadiana). Not pictured: Leif Westerberg, Upplands Vasby, Sweden.

OSU produced a miraculous comeback in what appeared to be a two-team race between defending national champion Stanford and Texas. The Cowboys made up a seven-stroke deficit late in the fourth round with five birdies in the last three holes to force the first playoff in NCAA Championship history. Bratton and Cox posted birdies on the extra hole, while Tidland and Kuehne carded pars to give OSU the victory and the school’s eighth national golf title. Westerberg, who had left for the airport to catch a plane to compete in the British Amateur, did not participate in the playoff. While Bratton was the NCAA runner-up in 1994, Tidland duplicated that feat in 1995.

TEAM SCORES 1. Oklahoma State 2. Stanford 3. Texas 4. Arizona State 5. Southern California * -- won playoff on first hole.

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1156* 1156 1157 1164 1165

1. T2. T17. T17. T39. T63.

Chip Spratlin, Auburn Chris Tidland Alan Bratton Kris Cox Trip Kuehne Leif Westerberg

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2000 NCAA CHAMPIONS

2000 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM — Winning the school’s ninth NCAA Championship was no easy task as the Cowboys survived a one-hole playoff over Georgia Tech at The Grand National Golf Club at Opelika, Alabama. Team members included: Charles Howell, Augusta, GA (Westminister); Landry Mahan, Richardson, TX (Berkner); Edward Loar, Rockwall, TX (Rockwall); Asst. Coach Mike McGraw, Anders Hultman, Gothenburg, Sweden (Burgardens); J.C. DeLeon, Tulsa, OK (Jenks) and Coach Mike Holder.

Despite entering the final round with a three-stroke lead over the Texas Longhorns, OSU needed seven birdies in the final five holes to pull even with hardcharging Georgia Tech. In the playoff, OSU carded four pars and a birdie for one under par compared with Georgia Tech’s one over par. The Cowboys’ lone birdie came from true freshman J.C. DeLeon, who sank a side-hill 8-foot putt to sercure the victory. Charles Howell set the all-time NCAA scoring record (23 under par) and cruised to an 8-stroke victory over Houston’s Chris Morris in the individual race to become OSU’s seventh NCAA Individual Champion.

TEAM SCORES 1. Oklahoma State 2. Georgia Tech 3. Arizona 4. Houston 5. Texas * won playoff on first hole

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1116* 1116 1118 1122 1125

1. T13. T41. T41. T58.

Charles Howell Landry Mahan Edward Loar Anders Hultman J.C. DeLeon

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2006 NCAA CHAMPIONS

2006 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM — The Cowboys made their first season under head coach Mike McGraw a memorable one, claiming a three-shot victory over Florida at Crosswater Golf Club in Sunriver, Ore. Pictured are (back row, left to right) Pablo Martin, Malaga, Spain (Ortega y Gasset); Tyler Leon, Dallas, Texas (The Pendleton School); Asst. Coach Alan Bratton, Zack Robinson, Ft. Worth, Texas (Southwest); Head Coach Mike McGraw. (front row, left to right) Jonathan Moore, Vancouver, Washington (The Pendleton School); Trent Leon, Dallas, Texas (The Pendleton School).

Sitting in seventh place at the tournament’s halfway point, the Cowboys rallied during the third round of the NCAA Championship to get back into contention. Battling adverse conditions, OSU carded an even-par 288 score to gain ground on the field and move into second place with 18 holes remaining. The Cowboys were able to fend off hard-charging Florida on the final day with a 5-under 283 team score to finish three shots clear of the Gators. Jonathan Moore became just the seventh freshman to win the NCAA individual title, posting a four-shot victory. Sophomore Pablo Martin turned in a fifth-place showing to mark OSU’s first national tournament with two players in the top five since 1987.

TEAM SCORES 1. 2. T3. T3. 5.

Oklahoma State Florida Minnesota Wake Forest Kentucky

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1143 1146 1147 1147 1153

1. 5. T45. T57. T62.

Jonathan Moore Pablo Martin Zack Robinson Tyler Leon Trent Leon

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276 282 293 296 297


YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA TOURNAMENT SINCE 1947 — OSU’S FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT

1947 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 11. 13. 14. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 31. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39.

at Ann Arbor, Mich. Louisiana State Duke Stanford San Jose State Oklahoma State Michigan Ohio State Oklahoma Northwestern Miami (Fla.) Boston College North Carolina North Texas State Georgia Tech Purdue Notre Dame Oregon Yale Princeton Denver Wisconsin Minnesota Michigan State Cornell Penn State Pennsylvania Kentucky Colorado Kenyon Texas Detroit Virginia Kansas Iowa State Syracuse Wayne State (Mich.) Eastern Michigan Kent State West Virginia

606 614 616 617 618 618 620 622 623 627 629 629 630 634 634 635 638 639 640 642 644 645 646 647 649 652 655 656 657 658 660 660 663 665 668 669 674 691 702

18. 19. 20. 20. 22. 23.

Denver Southern California California Miami (Fla.) New Mexico Utah

1. 2. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 19. 19. 22. 23. 24. 25. 25. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

at Ames, Iowa North Texas State Purdue Texas Michigan San Jose State Oklahoma State Wake Forest North Carolina Ohio State Miami (Fla.) Utah Iowa State UCLA Washington State Iowa Yale California Canisius Illinois Missouri Northwestern Oklahoma St. Ambrose New Mexico Cornell Northern Iowa Rochester Kent State Central Michigan Nebraska-Omaha Johns Hopkins

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 11. 13. 13. 15. 15. 17.

at Albequerque, N.M. North Texas State Purdue Stanford Oklahoma Wake Forest North Carolina Ohio State Illinois Utah San Diego Kansas Texas Oklahoma State Denver Canisius New Mexico UCLA

at Palo Alto, Calif. San Jose State Louisiana State Stanford Duke Oklahoma State Michigan UCLA Oklahoma Washington North Texas State Ohio State Texas Northwestern Oregon Denison Boston College Penn State

Oregon Oregon State Navy San Jose State Valparaiso Kenyon

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10. 11. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 19. 21. 22. 23.

at Columbus, Ohio North Texas State Ohio State Notre Dame Detroit Purdue Wisconsin North Carolina Northwestern Stanford Southern California Oklahoma State Southern Methodist Texas Georgia Oklahoma Canisius Kent State Ohio Illinois New Mexico Georgetown Akron Ohio Wesleyan

1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 12. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 20. 22. 23. 24.

at Lafayette, Indiana North Texas State Michigan Purdue Texas Oklahoma State Southern California LSU Stanford Florida North Carolina Houston Oklahoma Wisconsin Wake Forest Bradley Minnesota Indiana Notre Dame Northwestern Kansas Ohio State Iowa State Virginia St. Lawrence

619 619 623 626 630 649

1951 590 600 600 602 603 606 608 610 610 613 614 619 622 624 627 629 636 637 642 642 642 645 646 647 666 666 669 671 692 696 720

1950 579 588 590 595 599 600 602 606 609 611 612 614 615 616 620 622 622

18. 18. 20. 21. 22. 23.

1949

1948 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 16.

623 624 627 627 637 651

573 577 587 590 591 592 592 596 597 599 600 600 601 601 605 605 607

588 589 604 605 611 612 613 613 614 616 618 618 624 626 631 633 642 645 650 650 655 660 682

1952

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587 593 598 598 600 601 602 608 610 611 615 620 620 621 622 623 628 631 632 635 635 643 649 657

1953 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

at Colo. Springs, Colo. Stanford North Carolina LSU Oklahoma State North Texas State Texas Notre Dame Houston Purdue Colorado Denver Ohio State Southern California Wichita State Minnesota Northwestern Wisconsin Trinity (Tex.) Iowa State

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

at Houston, Texas Southern Methodist North Texas State Oklahoma State LSU Houston Stanford Ohio State Southern California Texas Purdue Iowa Yale Minnesota Trinity (Tex.) Colorado Memphis Denver Kent State Utah Wichita State

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6. 8. 9. 9. 11. 11. 13.

at Knoxville, Tenn. LSU North Texas State Oklahoma State Houston Stanford Florida San Jose State Memphis Purdue Southern Methodist Iowa North Carolina Georgia

578 580 581 582 583 586 591 592 594 598 598 599 601 610 611 612 613 617 621

1954 572 573 578 582 590 595 596 597 597 599 600 605 607 611 616 617 622 629 631 640

1955 574 583 587 591 591 597 597 598 599 599 603 603 605


YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA TOURNAMENT SINCE 1947 — OSU’S FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT 14. 15. 16. 16. 18. 19. 19. 19. 22. 23. 23. 25. 26. 27. 27. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

Oklahoma Seattle Ohio State Wake Forest Southern California Bradley Minnesota Ohio Detroit Texas Yale Cornell Denver Texas A&M Western Illinois Wisconsin Tennessee Colorado Williams Marshall

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 19. 21. 22. 22. 22. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

at Columbus, Ohio Houston North Texas Purdue Oklahoma State Florida State Notre Dame Southern California Southern Methodist LSU North Carolina Texas Tech Ohio State Georgia Oregon San Jose State Michigan Michigan State Western Illinois Minnesota Yale Ohio Illinois Northwestern Oklahoma Stanford Princeton Iowa Williams Bowling Green Buffalo Ohio Wesleyan

606 609 610 610 612 614 614 614 618 621 621 627 628 629 629 633 639 642 655 664

1956 601 602 602 605 606 607 609 609 613 614 614 615 616 620 621 622 623 627 629 629 630 631 631 631 633 634 639 650 653 654 694

1957 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 8. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 15. 15. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

at Colo. Springs, Colo. Houston Stanford North Texas State Florida State Arizona State Southern Methodist North Carolina Iowa Navy San Jose State Purdue Oklahoma State Minnesota Brigham Young Notre Dame Oregon Wisconsin Texas Oklahoma Ohio Bucknell Illinois Kansas Marshall New Mexico Colorado College

602 603 606 607 609 610 611 614 614 614 619 622 623 630 632 632 632 633 638 644 648 649 653 665 666 674

31. 32. 33. 34.

at Williamstown, Ma. Houston Oklahoma State Southern California Maryland North Texas State Rollins Stanford Southern Methodist Georgia Arizona State Fresno State Purdue Indiana Colgate Florida State Ohio State Boston College Ohio Virginia North Carolina Yale Williams Iowa Notre Dame Pennsylvania Pittsburg Dartmouth Massachusetts Middlebury Iona

664 665 681 682

1959 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 17. 19. 20.

at Eugene, Oregon Houston Purdue Stanford Oregon Oklahoma State Seattle Florida Texas Tech Rollins Duke Oregon State Iowa Yale Idaho North Texas State Tulsa Princeton San Jose State Washington Portland

1. 2. 2. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9. 11. 12. 13. 14. 14. 16. 17. 17. 19. 19. 19. 22. 22. 24. 24. 24. 27. 28. 29. 30.

at Colo. Springs, Colo. Houston Oklahoma State Purdue Florida North Carolina Texas A&M Arizona Southern California Baylor Iowa Notre Dame Fresno State Ohio State San Diego State Stanford Oregon Minnesota Ohio Michigan State North Texas State Yale New Mexico UCLA Army Lamar Princeton Seattle Texas Tech Tulsa Colorado

561 571 573 574 579 581 586 586 587 592 593 595 600 603 607 608 609 609 613 618

1960

1958 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10. 10. 10. 13. 14. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 24. 26. 27. 28. 28. 30.

Holy Cross Colby Rensselaer American Int’l

570 582 583 584 591 593 596 596 597 602 602 602 606 607 607 612 616 617 618 619 619 625 626 633 633 649 654 659 659 662

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603 607 607 611 611 612 617 618 619 619 620 621 624 625 625 628 629 629 631 631 631 635 635 637 637 637 639 644 646 648

31. 32. 33. 34.

Idaho Oregon State Denver Texas

654 659 669 681

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1960 (2nd) George Hixon 76-73-149 Q for Match Play Richard Canon 74-76-150 Q for Match Play Jim Wright 77-74-151 Q for Match Play James Harris 77-80-157 DNQ John Gandy 74-86-160 DNQ

1961 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10. 11. 11. 11. 14. 15. 16. 16. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 22. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

at Lafayette, Indiana Purdue Arizona State Southern California Oklahoma State Texas A&M Michigan State Arizona North Texas State Minnesota Georgia Duke Houston Ohio State Notre Dame Florida Northwestern Stanford Ohio Ball State Texas Illinois New Mexico Princeton Miami (Fla.) Bucknell Akron Bowling Green Virginia Tech

584 595 596 597 602 603 604 604 607 609 610 610 610 611 615 617 617 623 628 630 633 634 634 638 640 642 647 659

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1961 (4th) Jim Wright 69-74-143 Q for Match Play Labron Harris 74-73-147 Q for Match Play


YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA TOURNAMENT SINCE 1947 — OSU’S FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT

1962 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 15. 17. 17. 19. 20. 20. 22. 22. 22. 22. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

at Durham, N.C. Houston Oklahoma State Duke North Texas Georgia Purdue Stanford Wake Forest Minnesota Southern California Marshall New Mexico North Carolina Miami San Diego State Michigan Notre Dame Ohio Auburn Ball State Oregon Princeton Maryland Navy Northwestern Virginia Tech Virginia Tufts Yale Lake Forest Rochester

588 598 603 606 607 611 617 619 620 622 627 628 630 633 637 637 638 638 640 641 641 647 647 647 647 662 664 669 674 697 703

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1962 (2nd) Terry Wilcox 72-75-147 Q for Match Play Labron Harris 76-71-147 Q for Match Play Richard Canon 79-73-152 Q for Match Play Tom Sisolak 74-78-152 Q for Match Play 5th man not listed

1963 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 11. 13. 14. 15. 15. 17. 18.

at Wichita, Kan. Oklahoma State Houston North Texas Southern California Georgia Texas Wake Forest Navy Stanford Washington Purdue San Jose State Maryland Miami Notre Dame Texas A&M Ohio Wisconsin

581 582 585 587 590 591 591 595 596 597 600 600 604 605 606 606 608 611

19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

T2. T12. T24. T44. T77.

Minnesota Missouri New Mexico UCLA Tulsa Penn State Arizona Wichita State Colorado College Bowling Green Yale Rutgers

612 613 614 614 621 623 632 635 643 644 646 658

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1963 (1st) George Hixon Don Lackey Dave Eichelberger Jim Jamieson Duke Evans

140 145 147 149 151

1964 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 15. 15. 18. 18. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 24. 26. 27. 28. 29. 29. 29.

at Colo. Springs, Colo. Houston Oklahoma State Southern California Notre Dame San Jose State Miami (Fla.) Wake Forest Stanford Indiana UCLA Michigan Seattle Arizona State New Mexico Maryland Memphis Washington Colorado Northwestern Navy Georgia Purdue Minnesota North Texas State Purdue Fresno State Texas Cal. State L.A. Connecticut Oregon State Yale

580 587 596 600 600 603 607 610 611 612 615 615 616 617 619 619 619 620 620 621 622 624 625 631 631 632 635 638 639 639 639

32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 36. 36. 39. 40. 41.

Oregon Wichita State South Carolina Wisconsin New Mexico State Toledo Utah Colorado State Colorado College Idaho

640 641 642 648 654 654 654 655 658 660

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1964 (2nd) George Hixon 142 Q for Match Play Jim Hardy 145 Q for Match Play Dave Eichelberger 148 Q for Match Play Hugh Edgmon 152 Q for Match Play Bob Dickson 153 Q for Match Play

1965 at Knoxville, Tenn. Houston Cal. State L.A. Southern California Florida Purdue Florida State Georgia San Jose State Oklahoma State Arizona State North Carolina Seattle Virginia Tech Washington Brigham Young Tennessee Indiana Texas Notre Dame UCLA New Mexico Michigan North Texas State Pennsylvania San Diego State TCU Wichita State Oklahoma Penn State Stanford Yale New Mexico State Rhode Island

577 587 590 594 594 595 596 596 597 597 602 602 602 602 607 607 609 609 610 610 615 618 619 620 620 620 620 625 625 628 630 640 643

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1965 (9th) Dave Eichelberger Bob Dickson Jim Hardy Don Lackey Roger Brown

145 147 152 153 154

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 7. 9. 9. 11. 11. 11. 11. 15. 15. 17. 17. 19. 19. 21. 22. 23. 24. 24. 24. 24. 28. 28. 30. 31. 32. 33.

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1966 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 8. 11. 12. 12. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 18. 18. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 25. 27. 27. 29. 30. 31.

T3. T15. T39.

at Palo Alto, Calif. Houston San Jose State Southern California Oklahoma State Arizona State San Diego State Stanford Cal State L.A. LSU UCLA Notre Dame Florida Ohio State Brigham Young Oregon State Michigan Colorado Penn State Purdue Wisconsin New Mexico Washington Wichita State Baylor Davidson North Texas State Miami (Fla.) Texas Duke San Francisco Providence

582 586 595 598 599 604 606 607 607 607 608 609 609 611 612 616 617 618 618 618 619 624 626 627 633 633 635 635 636 643 66

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1966 (4th) Bob Dickson 69-75-73-71—288 Don Lackey 75-72-71-77—295 Jim Hardy 75-72-79-75—301 x x

1967 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 6. 9. 9. 9. 9. 13. 13. 13. 16. 17. 18.

at Delaware, Pa. Houston Florida Louisiana State Purdue Wake Forest Arizona Michigan State Virginia Tech San Jose State Fresno State North Texas New Mexico Southern California Michigan Texas Maryland Texas A&M Navy

585 588 591 596 597 598 598 598 599 599 599 599 603 603 603 605 606 607


YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA TOURNAMENT SINCE 1947 — OSU’S FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT 18. 20. 21. 22. 22. 22. 22. 26. 26. 28. 28. 30. 31. 31. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39.

Oklahoma Stanford Miami Oklahoma State San Diego State Ohio State Indiana (Pa.) Penn State Memphis State Oregon State Brigham Young New Mexico State Los Angeles State Baylor Yale Army Ohio UCLA Rhode Island Wichita State Providence

607 608 611 613 613 613 613 615 615 616 616 618 619 619 620 622 625 628 633 639 651

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1967 (22nd) Grier Jones 75-74-79-73—301 Roger Brown 79-73—152 Mike DiCello 76-78—154 Roy Bays 77-80—157 Bill Sisolak 83-75—158

1968 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 11. 13. 14. 14.

1. T38. T38. T63. T74.

at Las Cruces, N.M. Florida Houston Wake Forest Oklahoma State Texas Arizona State New Mexico Colorado Michigan State Florida State San Jose State Stanford Southern California Michigan New Mexico State

1154 1156 1160 1162 1162 1166 1171 1172 1175 1180 1184 1184 1185 1188 1188

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1968 (4th) Grier Jones 65-68-71-72—276 Mike Holder 69-74-79-72—294 Jim Young 76-69-75-74—294 Mike Dicello 73-75-76-74—298 Jim Deaton 79-75-75-72—301

1969 1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 17. 19. 19. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 33. 35. 36. 37.

at Colo. Springs, Colo. Houston Wake Forest Arizona State Brigham Young Florida Georgia North Texas State Texas Stanford Oklahoma State Indiana Florida State Michigan State Southern California Oklahoma Penn State (Did Not Make Cut) New Mexico State Purdue Maryland LSU New Mexico Texas A&M Cincinnati Seattle San Jose State Ohio State Cal State at Los Angeles Air Force Princeton Ohio University Rutgers Providence College UCLA Harvard Lamar State College Colorado College Oregon State

1223 1232 1240 1240 1241 1241 1245 1250 1253 1255 1256 1257 1260 1261 1263 1274 632 632 633 633 636 640 643 645 647 650 651 653 656 658 660 663 665 665 666 677 679

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1969 (10th) 21. Mike Holder 83-74-82-71—310 T22. Doug Tewell 81-78-80-73—312 T24. Jim Shade 77-79-83-76—315 T27. Mark Hayes 80-79-84-75—318 Jim Andrews 78-89-81-79—327

1970 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11.

at Columbus, Ohio Houston Wake Forest Brigham Young Oklahoma State Cal. State L.A. Ohio State Texas Georgia Stanford Purdue Arizona State

1172 1182 1189 1190 1196 1199 1199 1200 1201 1202 1203

12. 13. 14. 14. 16.

T7. 28. x x x

Indiana Miami (Ohio) North Texas State Oregon San Diego State

1204 1205 1208 1208 1230

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1970 (4th) Mark Hayes 74-71-76-69—290 Mike Holder 72-74-74-77—297

1971 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 17. 17. 20. 20. 22. 23. 24. 24. 26. 26. 28. 29. 29. 31. 32. 32. 32. 35. 35. 37.

T8. T40. T46. T58. T94.

at Tucson, Ariz. Texas Houston Florida Wake Forest Oklahoma State Southern California Brigham Young Stanford Maryland Georgia North Texas Arizona State New Mexico State California State - L.A. New Mexico Michigan State (Did Not Make Cut) Arizona Florida State Oregon Arkansas San Diego State Purdue Alabama Missouri Ohio Ohio State San Jose State Texas Tech Penn State Cal State - Long Beach UCLA Ball State Murray State North Carolina Miami Weber State Brown

1144 1151 1154 1155 1170 1171 1173 1174 1176 1176 1181 1182 1184 1186 1188 1191 584 584 584 585 585 587 588 591 591 593 593 594 604 604 605 608 608 608 611 611 623

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1971 (5th) Mark Hayes 69-73-72-74—288 Ted Goin 75-69-76-73—293 Danny Edwards 80-72-71-71—294 Doug Tewell 72-74-72-78—296 Chris Cole 76-74-78-73—301

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1972 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10. 10. 12. 13. 14. 14. 16. 17. 17. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 27. 29. 30. 30. 32. 33. 34. 35.

6. T10. T21. T70. T90.

at Cape Coral, Fla. Texas Houston Florida Oklahoma State Arizona State Georgia Wake Forest Southern Methodist San Jose State Maryland Miami Indiana Tennessee Georgia Southern Ball State (Did Not Make Cut) San Diego State East Tennessee State New Mexico North Texas Southern California Brigham Young Fresno State Cal State-Long Beach Stanford New Mexico State Oregon Bowling Green Ohio State Missouri Minnesota Weber State Penn State Washington Connecticut Brown

1146 1159 1167 1174 1176 1185 1185 1193 1200 1207 1207 1210 1217 1223 1223 603 604 604 605 607 608 609 610 611 612 614 619 619 621 623 623 625 629 648 657

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1972 (4th) Chris Cole 70-71-72-73—286 Danny Edwards 74-73-69-74—290 Ted Goin 72-74-75-73—294 Jim Brownfield 74-74-79-77—304 Don Bliss 75-77-80-79—311


YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA TOURNAMENT SINCE 1947 — OSU’S FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT

1973 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 13. 15. 16. 17. 17. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 27. 29. 30. 30. 32. 33. 34. 35. 35.

T5. T15. T19. T19. T26.

at Stillwater, Okla. Florida Oklahoma State Texas New Mexico San Jose State Houston Southern California Georgia Brigham Young Southern Methodist Louisiana State Arizona State Georgia Southern North Texas Oklahoma Ball State (Did Not Make Cut) Alabama Long Beach State Wake Forest South Carolina Nebraska Indiana Bowling Green Ohio State New Mexico State Weber State Pennsylvania Stanford Penn State Fresno State Texas Tech Oregon State Oral Roberts Princeton Miami Providence

1149 1159 1166 1170 1170 1172 1175 1177 1180 1188 1191 1192 1198 1198 1202 1211 588 588 591 592 594 597 598 599 600 604 605 605 610 611 611 612 613 614 619 619

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1973 (2nd) Danny Edwards 67-73-72-75—287 Denny Tewell 75-72-66-77—290 Henry DeLozier 67-72-76-76—291 Ted Goin 71-75-70-75—301 Chris Cole 71-73-76-72—292

1974 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 9. 11. 11.

at Santee, Calif. Wake Forest Florida Houston Southern California Oklahoma State Indiana New Mexico Long Beach State San Jose State Brigham Young Arizona State Oklahoma

1158 1160 1176 1177 1178 1186 1186 1193 1194 1194 1196 1196

13. 14. 15. 16. 16. 16. 19. 20. 21. 21. 23. 24. 25. 26. 26. 28. 29. 29. 31. 32.

T8. T8. 27. 58. 90.

North Texas Alabama Texas (Did Not Make Cut) Southern Methodist Pennsylvania Stanford San Diego State Oregon Louisiana State Georgia Southern Weber State Ball State Miami (Ohio) Dartmouth UCLA Wichita State Ohio State Houston Baptist Auburn Temple

1200 1205 1208 601 601 601 606 607 610 610 611 612 613 617 617 620 621 621 622 628

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1974 (5th) Tom Jones 76-71-73-71—291 Don Bliss 73-70-75-73—291 Jaime Gonzalez 71-78-71-75—295 Steve Thompson 78-74-74-75—301 Mike Clayton 77-77-82-73—309

1975 1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 21. 21. 24. 24. 26. 27. 28. 29.

at Columbus, Ohio Wake Forest Oklahoma State Alabama Southern California Brigham Young East Tennessee State Texas Indiana Arizona State Florida Ohio State Houston Louisiana State North Carolina State Georgia Southern Oregon Southern Methodist (Did Not Make Cut) Stanford San Diego State Ball State Michigan State North Texas State San Jose State Auburn New Mexico Illinois State Oklahoma Massachussetts Furman

1156 1189 1190 1190 1194 1202 1204 1204 1205 1206 1207 1208 1212 1213 1214 1215 1225 605 606 607 612 612 612 613 613 614 617 621 624

29. 29. 32. 32. 34. 35. 36. 37.

T4. T4. 53. 79. 81.

Ohio Oral Roberts Harvard Texas A&M Temple Long Beach State Penn State Tulsa

624 624 625 625 627 628 634 643

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1975 (2nd) Lindy Miller 70-75-70-75—290 Tom Jones 73-70-70-77—290 Jaime Gonzalez 75-73-75-80—303 Mike Clayton 80-78-73-75—306 Kirk Goss 74-74-79-80—307

1976 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10. 11. 11. 13. 14. 15. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20. 20. 22. 23. 24. 25. 25. 27. 28. 29.

T10. T10. T13. T31. T81.

at Albuquerque, N.M. Oklahoma State Brigham Young Houston Wake Forest New Mexico Texas Southern California East Tennessee State Maryland Oregon Arizona State Ohio State San Jose State Georgia Texas Tech Georgia Southern Marshall San Diego State New Mexico State Oklahoma Stanford North Texas Indiana North Illinois Temple Weber State Louisiana State Auburn Massachusetts

1166 1173 1174 1175 1176 1183 1184 1184 1186 1194 1196 1196 1197 1198 1203 1203 1204 1205 1211 1212 1212 1213 1215 1217 1219 1219 1225 1226 1257

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1976 (1st) Lindy Miller 71-75-72-72—290 Jaime Gonzalez 72-73-69-76—290 Britt Harrison 71-69-78-73—291 Tom Jones 77-70-75-73—295 David Edwards 69-79-76-78—302

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1977 1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 15. 17. 18. 19. 19. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.

4. T5. T29. T38. 88.

at Hamilton, N.Y. Houston Oklahoma State Arizona State Georgia Southern California Brigham Young Oregon Florida Ohio State Wake Forest Texas A&M North Carolina San Jose State Georgia Southern San Diego State Stanford Southern Methodist Furman Indiana Fresno State (Did Not Make Cut) Oklahoma Kent State Wichita State Florida State New Mexico McNeese State Delaware Providence Colgate

1197 1205 1211 1211 1212 1219 1228 1230 1232 1233 1234 1240 1241 1247 1248 1248 1252 1253 1259 1259 944 945 947 957 963 978 982 984 991

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1977 (2nd) Lindy Miller 76-72-71-76—295 David Edwards 76-73-73-74—296 Tom Jones 75-79-76-76—306 Jaime Gonzalez 80-78-77-73—308 Britt Harrison 78-80-77-86—321

1978 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 15. 17. 18.

at Eugene, Ore. Oklahoma State Georgia Arizona State Brigham Young North Carolina Oral Roberts Wake Forest San Jose State Florida UCLA Oregon San Diego State Southern California Stanford Texas A&M Weber State South Carolina Houston

1140 1157 1160 1166 1174 1176 1177 1181 1182 1186 1188 1190 1193 1196 1199 1199 1201 1202


YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA TOURNAMENT SINCE 1947 — OSU’S FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

1. T15. T15. T23. T23.

Wichita State Ohio State Nebraska (Did Not Make Cut) Fresno State Texas Temple Bowling Green New Mexico Georgia Southern Yale

1204 1206 1208 906 908 910 912 921 927 960

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1978 (1st) David Edwards 71-69-69-72—281 Lindy Miller 70-74-73-69—286 Bob Tway 72-74-71-71—288 Britt Harrison 72-71-76-72—291 Rafael Alarcon 67-77-75-83—302

1980 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10. 12. 12. 14. 15.

(individual results determined through three rounds)

1979 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 9. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 21. 23. 24. 25. 26. 26. 28.

T5. T5. T13. T35. T72.

at Winston-Salem, N.C. Ohio State Oklahoma State Wake Forest Brigham Young New Mexico North Carolina Oral Roberts Arizona State Southern California Houston Georgia Southern Fresno State UCLA San Jose State Florida (Did Not Make Cut) Louisiana State Temple Florida State Georgia North Carolina State Weber State Texas Texas A&M Auburn Wichita State San Diego State Indiana Connecticut

1189 1191 1196 1198 1202 1206 1206 1213 1215 1215 1226 1229 1230 1234 1236 917 921 922 926 930 934 934 935 936 937 943 943 1003

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1979 (2nd) Bob Tway 73-73-71-80—297 Britt Harrison 77-73-71-76—297 Rafael Alarcon 74-73-78-75—300 Jeff Walser 75-76-77-76—304 Eric Evans 84-72-75-84—315

16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 20. 22. 23. 24. 24. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

3. T7. T31. T54. T76.

at Columbus, Ohio Oklahoma State Brigham Young Oral Roberts Ohio State Texas Christian Tennessee Georgia Southern Southern California Centenary Fresno State Florida Clemson Texas Florida State Texas A&M (Did Not Make Cut) Colorado Wake Forest Houston San Jose State Arizona State Indiana San Diego State Weber State Pacific UCLA East Tennessee State Ohio Temple Princeton Connecticut

1173 1177 1178 1184 1184 1188 1195 1198 1201 1209 1209 1213 1213 1215 1217 909 910 912 914 916 916 917 919 920 920 921 926 928 946 968

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1980 (1st) Rafael Alarcon 70-72-72-71—285 Bob Tway 69-74-77-71—291 Eric Evans 73-76-78-73—300 Jeff Walser 79-77-71-77—304 Willie Wood 80-74-82-73—309

1981 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10. 11. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

at Palo Alto, Calif. Brigham Young Oral Roberts Houston Oklahoma State Arizona State Georgia New Mexico Tennessee Wake Forest Texas A&M Colorado Southern California Utah State Florida Florida State Texas (Did Not Make Cut) Alabama

1161 1163 1170 1171 1172 1176 1180 1180 1182 1183 1185 1185 1186 1188 1189 1191

18. 18. 18. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 25. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

T5. T20. T42. T62. T91.

Fresno State San Jose State North Carolina San Diego State Centenary Stanford Ohio State Louisiana State Purdue Oregon New Mexico State Temple Oklahoma Dartmouth

894 894 894 895 896 898 899 902 902 904 908 911 916 942

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1981 (4th) Bob Tway 73-70-74-70—287 Willie Wood 74-74-72-71—291 Andy Dillard 78-73-73-73—297 Tommy Moore 72-78-73-78—301 Eric Evans 83-79-79-73—314

1982 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 20. 22. 23. 24. 24. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

at Pinehurst, N.C. Houston Oklahoma State Arizona State Texas A&M Brigham Young UCLA Texas North Carolina State North Carolina Miami (Fla.) Wake Forest Weber State San Jose State San Diego State Ohio State (Did Not Make Cut) Clemson Oklahoma Georgia Southern California Ball State North Texas Tennessee Oral Roberts Long Beach State New Mexico Florida State East Tennessee State American Temple Indiana Holy Cross

892

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1141 1151 1156 1161 1162 1163 1165 1167 1170 1173 1173 1175 1176 1178 1180 882 885 886 889 892 892 893 894 902 902 903 905 906 909 910 992

2. T16. T32. T43. T49.

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1982 (2nd) Andy Dillard 72-69-71-70—282 Philip Walton 71-72-72-74—289 Willie Wood 74-70-74-74—292 Tommy Moore 72-73-77-72—294 Tracy Phillips 76-73-71-75—295

1983 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 10. 12. 13. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 23. 23. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

T2. T20. 25. T38. T50.

at Fresno, Calif. Oklahoma State Texas Houston Ohio State Clemson Georgia UCLA North Carolina Oklahoma Brigham Young Texas A&M Fresno State Missouri Wake Forest Pacific (Did Not Make Cut) Florida Alabama Ball State Southern California Florida State Lamar Oregon Oral Roberts San Diego State Temple San Jose State Texas Christian Weber State Bowling Green North Carolina State Holy Cross Navy

1161 1168 1170 1173 1176 1179 1181 1185 1185 1186 1186 1189 1193 1193 1197 896 898 900 901 902 904 907 909 909 909 910 911 912 915 922 966 967

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1983 (1st) Scott Verplank 72-69-74-72—287 Tommy Moore 75-76-69-73—293 Willie Wood 78-71-73-72—294 Andy Dillard 72-74-77-74—297 Philip Walton 77-70-74-78—299


YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA TOURNAMENT SINCE 1947 — OSU’S FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT

1984 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 12. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 22. 24. 25. 26. 26. 28. 28. 30. 31. 32.

T3. T14. T24. T24. T86.

at Houston, Texas Houston Oklahoma State Oklahoma North Carolina Brigham Young Louisiana State San Jose State Southern Calif. Arizona State Texas A&M Florida Georgia South Carolina Missouri Wake Forest (Did Not Make Cut) Texas Ohio State Arkansas Clemson Mississippi UCLA Fresno State Houston Baptist Kent State San Diego State Stanford Weber State Illinois Colorado Rutgers Temple Yale

1145 1146 1149 1154 1159 1162 1162 1163 1164 1166 1169 1170 1170 1171 1176 878 879 880 881 883 884 886 886 888 889 890 890 895 895 912 914 920

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1984 (2nd) Tommy Moore 70-69-72-67—278 Andy Dillard 75-71-68-74—288 Scott Verplank 72-71-73-74—290 Jeff Maggert 72-69-76-73—290 Kevin Whipple 75-74-78-75—302

1985 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9. 11. 12. 13. 14. 14.

at Grenelefe, Fla. Houston Oklahoma State Florida Mississippi Texas Arkansas Georgia Oklahoma Stanford Louisiana State Arizona State Georgia Tech Wake Forest Brigham Young UCLA

1172 1175 1185 1186 1188 1192 1193 1195 1196 1196 1197 1201 1203 1206 1206

16. 16. 18. 18. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

T6. T14. T22. T26. T62.

(Did Not Make Cut) Ohio State North Carolina Auburn Lamar Southern California Fresno State Texas A&M New Mexico San Jose State Oral Roberts Texas-El Paso Clemson Hartford Temple St. John’s

904 904 905 905 906 908 911 914 916 924 925 933 939 941 953

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1985 (2nd) Scott Verplank 70-76-70-74—290 Kevin Whipple 74-74-72-73—293 E.J. Pfister 77-76-70-73—296 Brian Watts 77-70-77-73—297 Michael Bradley 76-76-77-78—307

1986 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 13. 13. 16. 17. 18. 19. 19. 21. 22. 23. 23. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

at Winston-Salem, N.C. Wake Forest Oklahoma State Oklahoma Brigham Young Houston Miami (Fla.) Lamar Arizona State Southern California Louisiana State Florida North Carolina Ohio State Georgia Tech Fresno State Arkansas Texas Oregon Texas Christian Furman (Did Not Make Cut) Clemson Auburn Missouri Texas A&M Stanford New Mexico Ball State Temple Hartford Texas-El Paso Army

1156 1160 1163 1167 1169 1170 1172 1174 1174 1175 1176 1177 1180 1180 1180 1183 1187 1192 1202 1202 898 900 901 901 905 907 908 917 920 924 951

1. T24. T28. T76. T89.

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1986 (2nd) Scott Verplank 68-68-73-73—282 Brian Watts 73-74-72-72—291 E.J. Pfister 71-71-71-79—292 Michael Bradley 78-71-73-78—300 Tim Fleming 77-77-75-75—304

1987 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 12. 14. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 25. 25. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

1. 4. T6. T65. T109.

at Columbus, Ohio Oklahoma State Wake Forest Oklahoma Ohio State Houston Baptist Arkansas Florida State North Carolina Fresno State Houston Clemson San Jose State Texas-El Paso Louisiana State Brigham Young Arizona State South Florida Arizona Texas A&M Texas UCLA Georgia Tech (Did Not Make Cut) Southern California Georgia Kentucky Kent Hartford New Mexico Florida Oregon Penn State Tulsa Temple

1160 1176 1177 1185 1186 1187 1191 1194 1195 1196 1197 1199 1199 1200 1200 1202 1204 1208 1209 1210 1213 1214 916 918 919 919 919 921 925 926 942 946 947

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1987 (1st) Brian Watts 74-71-69-66—280 Michael Bradley 74-72-69-73—288 Tim Fleming 73-72-74-71—290 E.J. Pfister 79-74-73-78—304 B. Montgomery 77-78-79-78—312

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1988 1. 2. 2. 2. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 18. 20. 21. 22. 23. 23. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

1. T43. T52. T57. T65.

at Los Angeles, Calif. UCLA Oklahoma State Texas-El Paso Oklahoma Florida Arizona Georgia Tech Georgia South Carolina Arizona State Texas Arkansas Southern California Georgia Southern Washington (Did Not Make Cut) Houston Baptist Clemson New Mexico North Carolina State Louisiana State Kent Wake Forest Illinois Ohio State Tulsa Virginia Southern Methodist Memphis State Utah Hartford Temple St. John’s

1176 1179 1179 1179 1180 1183 1184 1186 1186 1188 1189 1190 1194 1204 1211 900 903 906 906 907 909 608 609 609 610 614 616 622 623 626 635 638

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1988 (2nd) E.J. Pfister 70-76-70-68—284 Kevin Wentworth 76-74-74-74—298 Michael Bradley 74-74-77-75—300 Brian Watts 76-74-74-78—302 Carl Suneson 77-77-72-78—304

1989 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13.

at Edmond, Okla. Oklahoma Texas Clemson Oklahoma State Arizona State Arizona Arkansas UCLA Louisiana State Georgia Florida East Tennessee State North Carolina

1139 1158 1160 1162 1166 1170 1171 1173 1173 1174 1180 1185 1187


YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA TOURNAMENT SINCE 1947 — OSU’S FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 18. 18. 21. 22. 23. 23. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 29.

T2. T21. T34. T42. T84.

Fresno State Southwest Louisiana Florida State Texas-El Paso (Did Not Make Cut) Georgia Tech South Carolina Southern California Miami (Ohio) Kansas Illinois Washington Nevada-Reno Houston Nevada-Las Vegas North Carolina State Auburn Colorado

1192 1194 1196 1197 593 593 593 594 595 596 596 598 599 600 603 609 609

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1989 (4th) Kevin Wentworth 67-74-72-72—285 Bob May 71-73-71-76—291 Carl Suneson 69-76-73-76—294 David White 77-70-77-73—297 Harry Rudolph 77-75-73-87—312

1990 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 18. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 25. 27. 28. 29. 30.

at Tarpon Springs, Fla. Arizona State Florida Arizona Oklahoma State Oklahoma Fresno State North Carolina Florida State Southwest Louisiana Ohio State Georgia Tech Clemson Southern California North Carolina State Georgia Texas-El Paso Duke Nevada-Las Vegas Kent State Rice Central Florida Texas Oregon Miami (Ohio) New Mexico Auburn Miami (Fla.) Nevada-Reno Wisconsin Arkansas

1155 1157 1159 1163 1167 1167 1168 1169 1170 1171 1173 1174 1179 1181 1183 1186 1195 1196 1196 1197 1203 1204 1206 1207 1208 1208 1213 1220 1221 1228

T14. T23. T28. T28. T111.

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1990 (4th) Kevin Wentworth 72-72-72-73—289 Craig Hainline 75-73-69-74—291 Bob May 73-76-73-70—292 Scott De Serrano 74-74-74-70—292 David White 79-75-78-74—306

1991 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9. 9. 12. 13. 14. 15. 15. 15. 18. 18. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 24. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

T4. T10. T22. T28. T45.

at Pebble Beach, Calif. Oklahoma State North Carolina Arizona State Wake Forest Brigham Young Georgia Tech Southern California Nevada-Las Vegas Arkansas Texas Texas-El Paso Central Florida Clemson North Carolina State Stanford South Carolina New Mexico Northwestern Arizona Florida Oklahoma Georgia Southern Methodist UCLA Ohio State Texas Christian Rice Miami (Ohio) Mississippi State Louisiana State

1161 1168 1175 1180 1185 1188 1190 1191 1192 1192 1192 1195 1196 1197 1200 1200 1200 1201 1201 1206 1207 1210 1212 1215 1215 1216 1218 1225 1227 1228

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1991 (1st) Craig Hainline 74-72-71-72—289 Scott De Serrano 79-69-73-70—291 Bob May 72-71-74-78—295 Kevin Wentworth 75-68-80-73—296 Jaxon Brigman 79-73-76-72—300

1992 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

at Albuquerque, N.M. Arizona Arizona State Oklahoma State Nevada-Las Vegas Georgia Tech Texas Florida Arkansas Stanford New Mexico Alabama

1129 1136 1144 1150 1151 1152 1155 1156 1158 1161 1163

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 16. 16. 16. 20. 20. 22. 23. 24. 25. 25. 27. 28. 29. 30.

T4. T15. T15. T26. T74.

Clemson Houston Oklahoma Central Florida (Did Not Make Cut) Texas Christian Virginia Wisconsin Fresno State San Jose State Brigham Young Louisiana State North Carolina Wake Forest East Tennessee State Kent Ohio State South Carolina California-Irvine Rice

1166 1168 1171 1184 586 586 586 586 587 587 588 590 591 592 592 594 595 606 619

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1992 (3rd) Jaxon Brigman 72-72-69-69—282 Alan Bratton 68-74-74-71—287 Craig Hainline 70-75-72-70—287 Bill Hoefle 72-72-74-72—290 Chris Tidland 78-73-75-73—299

1993 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 17. 17. 20. 20. 22. 22. 24. 25. 26. 27. 27. 29. 30.

at Lexington, Ky. Florida Georgia Tech North Carolina Clemson Texas Arizona State Arkansas Nevada-Las Vegas Oklahoma Duke Wake Forest Oklahoma State Augusta College Southwestern La. Kansas (Did Not Make Cut) Arizona Louisiana State UCLA Auburn Ohio State Minnesota Fresno State North Carolina State New Mexico Brigham Young New Mexico State Kent State Michigan State Alabama Pepperdine

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1145 1146 1147 1153 1156 1162 1169 1176 1177 1179 1184 1188 1189 1190 1200 595 597 597 597 598 598 599 599 601 605 613 616 616 620 621

T28. T34. T56. 63. 70.

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1993 (12th) Chris Tidland 75-73-76-70—294 Alan Bratton 71-76-73-75—295 Kris Cox 77-75-76-73—301 Bill Hoefle 80-73-75-75—303 Brandon Knight 78-73-77-80—308

1994 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 9. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 19. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 28. 30.

2. T21. T25. T35. T67.

at McKinney, Texas Stanford Texas Florida Arkansas Oklahoma State Georgia Tech Auburn Nevada-Las Vegas Arizona State Clemson North Carolina E. Tennessee State Kent State Arizona Wake Forest (Did Not Make Cut) Florida State Fresno State Southern Methodist Houston Virginia Tech UC-Santa Barbara Louisiana State New Mexico Colorado Oregon State San Jose State Texas Christian Miami (Ohio) Oklahoma Augusta

1129 1133 1136 1138 1140 1145 1149 1149 1151 1151 1154 1158 1160 1165 1167 582 585 588 589 589 590 591 592 593 594 595 596 598 598 602

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1994 (5th) Alan Bratton 70-67-66-73—276 Kris Cox 69-73-73-72—287 Trip Kuehne 75-75-65-73—288 Leif Westerberg 72-72-73-73—290 Chris Tidland 77-74-74-74—299


YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA TOURNAMENT SINCE 1947 — OSU’S FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT

1995 at Columbus, Ohio 1. Oklahoma State 2. Stanford 3. Texas 4. Arizona State 5. Southern California 6. California 7. Florida State 8. North Carolina State 8. Ohio State 10. Arizona 11. Tulsa 12. New Mexico 13. Florida 14. Houston 15. Nevada-Las Vegas (Did Not Make Cut) 16. Tennessee 16. Auburn 16. Kansas 19. North Carolina 20. Clemson 21. Texas Christian 22. Wake Forest 22. Oklahoma 24. Augusta 25. East Tennessee State 26. Iowa 27. Kent 28. New Mexico State 29. Georgia Tech 30. Texas-El Paso * - won playoff.

T2. T17. T17. T39. T63.

1996 1156* 1156 1157 1164 1165 1166 1168 1170 1170 1171 1176 1182 1184 1186 1187

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

592 592 592 593 594 595 596 596 598 599 600 603 605 606 608

16. 17. 18. 18. 18. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 25. 27. 28. 29. 30.

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1995 (1st) Chris Tidland 69-69-72-74—284 Alan Bratton 75-76-69-70—290 Kris Cox 75-73-71-71—290 Trip Kuehne 72-75-75-73—295 Leif Westerberg 78-75-76-72—301

T24. T31. T44. T47. T62.

at Chattanooga, Tenn. Arizona State Nevada-Las Vegas East Tennessee State Stanford Arizona Florida New Mexico Oklahoma State Southern California San Jose State Arkansas Southern Methodist Texas Clemson Kansas (Did Not Make Cut) North Carolina North Carolina State Wake Forest Texas Christian Pacific Texas A&M South Carolina Tennessee Pepperdine Miami (Ohio) Oklahoma Florida State Alabama Penn State Indiana

1997 1186 1189 1204 1205 1207 1212 1212 1215 1216 1220 1221 1222 1224 1227 1248

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

608 610 612 612 612 614 616 617 618 622 622 623 627 630 636

16. 16. 18. 18. 20. 21. 22. 23. 23. 25. 26. 26. 28. 29. 30.

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1996 (8th) Kris Cox 71-78-76-77—302 Brian Guetz 74-78-74-78—304 Leif Westerberg 76-77-80-75—308 Trip Kuehne 80-75-74-80—309 Bo Van Pelt 77-79-75-82—313

T15. T15. T17. T63. T72.

at Lake Forest, Ill. Pepperdine Wake Forest Clemson Ohio State Oklahoma State Arizona State TCU Northwestern Houston North Carolina New Mexico East Tennessee State Texas A&M Southern California Florida (Did Not Make Cut) Arkansas Auburn LSU San Jose State Texas South Carolina UNLV Virginia Drake Michigan UCLA Arizona Tennessee Duke Washington

1,148 1,151 1,153 1,154 1,156 1,156 1,158 1,158 1,160 1,167 1,169 1,170 1,172 1,173 1,175 589 589 590 590 591 592 593 594 594 597 598 598 599 605 617

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1997 (5th) Bo Van Pelt 72-75-70-69—286 Leif Westerberg 71-74-69-72—286 Brian Guetz 71-72-71-73—287 Landry Mahan 74-77-73-75—299 Edward Loar 72-77-77-76—302

1998 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Trip Kuehne and Alan Bratton won the 1995 NCAA title in a playoff over a Tiger Woodsled Stanford squad.

16. 17.

at Albuquerque, N.M. UNLV Clemson Georgia Tech Oklahoma State Arizona State Ohio State Minnesota UCLA Houston Auburn South Carolina TCU Miami (Ohio) Florida California (did not make cut) New Mexico Georgia

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1118 1121 1122 1127 1130 1135 1137 1142 1142 1145 1146 1148 1151 1154 1155 574 575

18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 27. 29. 30.

T15. 19. T20. T48. T74.

North Carolina State Northwestern Nebraska East Tennessee State Fresno State Southeast Louisiana Kent North Carolina Cal-Santa Barbara Oregon Augusta State Oklahoma Arizona

576 577 578 579 580 582 583 585 589 590 590 592 593

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1998 (4th) Edward Loar 68-72-66-75—281 Bo Van Pelt 70-67-74-71—282 Charles Howell 70-74-70-69—283 Landry Mahan 77-73-70-70—290 Boyd Summerhays 70-77-72-77—296

1999 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

5. T16. T39. T47. T57.

at Minneapolis, Minn. Georgia Oklahoma State Northwestern Washington ASU UNLV BYU Houston Clemson N Carolina Minn. Florida E Tenn. St Nebraska Illinois (Did Not Make Cut) Toledo California Duke Oregon S. Carolina Arizona Kansas Colorado Ole Miss Arkansas Colo. St. Augusta St Ga. Tech San Diego St. Richmond

1180 1183 1188 1189 1192 1195 1196 1199 1199 1201 1208 1216 1217 1218 1219 613 613 614 614 615 615 616 617 618 618 618 625 626 628 642

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 1999 (2nd) Charles Howell 71-77-70-73—291 Landry Mahan 73-75-74-77—299 Edward Loar 82-76-69-75—302 Peter Davidson 72-80-72-80—304 Anders Hultman 73-80-77-76—306


YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA TOURNAMENT SINCE 1947 — OSU’S FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT

2000 at Opelika, Ala. 1. Oklahoma State 2. Georgia Tech 3. Arizona 4. Houston 5. Texas 6. UNLV 7. Clemson 8. Northwestern 9. Kent State 10. North Carolina 11. TCU 12. Minnesota 13. Fresno State 14. Auburn 15. Wake Forest (Did Not Make Cut) 16. Georgia (lost playoff) 17. California 17. East Tennessee State 19. Mississippi State 19. New Mexico 21. Kansas 22. Georgia State 23. Oklahoma 23. Pepperdine 25. Arizona State 25. Virginia 27. North Florida 28. BYU 29. Southern California 30. Washington * — won playoff

1. T13. T41. T41. T58.

1116* 1116 1118 1122 1125 1131 1133 1139 1141 1143 1146 1149 1154 1161 1169 582 583 583 584 584 585 587 588 588 589 589 590 593 599 613

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 2000 (1st) Charles Howell 67-66-63-69—265 Landry Mahan 70-68-72-71—281 Anders Hultman 72-76-68-72—288 Edward Loar 72-72-72-72—288 J.C. DeLeon 74-70-75-76—295

2001 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 12. 12. 15. 16.

at Durham, N.C. Florida Clemson Arizona Georgia Tech Georgia Arizona State Augusta State Virginia Tech East Tennessee State Wake Forest Pacific Oklahoma UAB Oregon State Southern Methodist (Did Not Make Cut) Charleston

1126 1144 1145 1148 1152 1162 1164 1165 1167 1168 1177 1179 1179 1179 1190 590

17. 18. 18. 20. 20. 20. 20. 24. 24. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

UCLA Mississippi Toledo South Carolina Houston Minnesota Stanford Oklahoma State Georgia Southern Washington North Carolina State Purdue UC-Irvine Kent State

591 592 592 593 593 593 593 594 594 598 599 602 612 620

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 2001 (t24th) Pär Nilsson Anders Hultman Matt McQuillan J.C. DeLeon Boyd Summerhays

74-72—146 76-72—148 75-74—149 76-76—152 75-77—152

2002 1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9. 11. 11. 11. 14. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 21. 23. 24. 24. 26. 27. 28. 28. 30.

3. T8. T102. T148. T152.

at Columbus, Ohio Minnesota Georgia Tech Clemson Texas Augusta State N.C. State Purdue Pepperdine Arizona Tulsa Florida TCU Washington Toledo Colorado Oklahoma State North Carolina Illinois Baylor Virginia Tech Georgia Fresno State UNLV Pacific Texas Tech New Mexico UAB Auburn Georgia Southern Virginia Commonwealth

1134 1138 1142 1142 1143 1144 1145 1146 1150 1150 1152 1152 1152 1153 1153 1154 1155 1158 1160 1161 1162 1162 1167 1169 1169 1170 1176 1182 1182 1191

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 2002 (16th) Hunter Mahan 68-71-67-72—278 Pär Nilsson 71-73-68-69—281 Anders Hultman 74-71-76-75—296 J.C. DeLeon 76-79-75-77—307 Alex Norén 83-78-78-70—309

2003 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9. 11. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 19. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

8. T19. T31. 70. T71.

at Stillwater, Okla. Clemson Oklahoma State UCLA Florida Wake Forest Arizona State Augusta State Auburn North Carolina Texas Georgia Tech Washington UNLV USC N.C. State Georgia Arizona Wichita State (Did Not Make Cut) Duke Minnesota Illinois Oregon Tennessee New Mexico Vanderbilt Kentucky Arkansas SMU South Carolina San Diego State

2004 1191 1193 1197 1198 1198 1202 1213 1215 1216 1216 1218 1218 1220 1221 1224 1226 1229 1232 920 920 921 924 925 928 930 942 947 953 955 965

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 2003 (2nd) Hunter Mahan 73-71-73-76—293 Zack Robinson 75-77-70-76—298 Alex Norén 80-72-74-75—301 Chris Clarke 77-80-73-84—314 Pär Nilsson 74-85-79-77—315

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16. 16. 18. 19. 20. 21. 21. 21. 24. 25. 26. 26. 28. 29. 30.

T17. T24. 43. 76. 81.

at Hot Springs, Va. California UCLA Arizona Texas Georgia Tech Florida Washington Kentucky Brigham Young Pepperdine Georgia Georgia State Oklahoma State Texas A&M Penn State (Did Not Make Cut) Purdue Southern California Clemson New Mexico TCU Auburn Arizona State Oklahoma Kent State Toledo SMU Wichita State Vanderbilt North Carolina Rhode Island

1134 1140 1148 1149 1151 1152 1152 1155 1156 1160 1161 1161 1164 1167 1170 871 871 872 876 877 879 879 879 881 884 887 887 891 892 912

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 2004 (13th) Tyler Leon 70-72-70-72—284 Casey Wittenberg 72-73-73-69—287 Zack Robinson 73-73-71-76—293 Chris Clarke 77-71-81-77—306 Alex Norén 82-82-75-79—318

Karsten Creek hosted its first NCAA Championship in 2003 with the Cowboys finishing second. OSU’s home of golf once again hosted the national championship in 2011.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA TOURNAMENT SINCE 1947 — OSU’S FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT

2005 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 11. 11. 13. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 18. 20. 20. 22. 23. 23. 25. 26. 26. 28. 29. 30.

39. T47. T54. T58. T58.

at Baltimore, Md. Georgia Georgia Tech Washington Brigham Young New Mexico Southern California Kentucky UNLV Duke Augusta State Arizona State Tennessee Georgia State Georgia Southern Oklahoma State (Did Not Make Cut) Wake Forest Arizona Florida Stanford Missouri Coastal Carolina SMU San Diego State Purdue Texas Texas A&M Arkansas Alabama Tulsa UCLA

2006 1,135 1,146 1,153 1,154 1,158 1,159 1,161 1,162 1,162 1,164 1,170 1,170 1,173 1,173 1,178 884 885 888 888 890 890 892 893 893 893 894 894 897 899 904

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 2005 (15th) Alex Norén 70-69-77-75—291 Pablo Martin 72-74-74-75—295 Ryan Posey 77-73-74-74—298 Tyler Leon 76-73-76-74—299 Zack Robinson 74-74-78-73—299

at Sunriver, Ore. 1. Oklahoma State 2. Florida T3. Minnesota T3. Wake Forest 5. Kentucky 6. Georgia T7. Clemson T7. UCLA T9. Lamar T9. Washington 11. Arizona State 12. Duke 13. Arizona 14. Texas A&M 15. Brigham Young* (Did Not Make Cut) 16. Coastal Carolina 17. North Carolina 18. North Carolina State T19. UNLV T19. Auburn 21. East Tennessee St. T22. Pepperdine T22. South Carolina T22. Charlotte 25. Northwestern 26. Georgia Tech 27. Texas Tech 28. Nevada 29. Oklahoma 30. Loyola Marymount * Won Playoff

1. 5. T45. T57. T62.

2007 1,143 1,146 1,147 1,147 1,153 1,156 1,157 1,157 1,158 1,158 1,159 1,162 1,168 1,169 1,172 874 876 877 880 880 885 886 886 886 889 891 892 897 903 915

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 2006 (1st) Jonathan Moore 68-70-69-69—276 Pablo Martin 66-72-71-73—282 Zack Robinson 72-75-74-72—293 Tyler Leon 75-74-74-73—296 Trent Leon 76-77-75-69—297

1. 2. T3. T3. 5. 6. 7. 8. T9. T9. T11. T11. T13. T13. 15. 16. 17. T18. T18. T18. T21. T21. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

T15. T49. T53. T60. T64.

at Williamsburg, Va. Stanford Georgia Lamar Charlotte Coastal Carolina Alabama UCLA Georgia Tech Minnesota Florida Texas South Carolina Duke Florida State Oklahoma State (Did Not Make Cut) Tennessee Georgia State East Tennessee State Southern California Arizona State North Carolina Vanderbilt Michigan State Arizona Tulsa Wake Forest Louisville Texas Tech New Mexico Auburn

1,109 1,121 1,125 1,125 1,128 1,129 1,130 1,131 1,133 1,133 1,136 1,136 1,140 1,140 1,142 851 852 854 854 854 855 855 857 858 859 865 868 869 872 873

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 2007 (15th) Trent Leon 72-69-69-69—279 Pablo Martin 70-72-71-75—288 Tyler Leon 74-69-72-74—289 Ryan Posey 72-71-73-75—291 Jonathan Moore 73-70-76-73—292

2008 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 2006 NCAA Champions

16. 17.

at West Lafayette, Ind. UCLA Stanford Southern California Oklahoma State Clemson Kent State Washington Charlotte Georgia Louisville Florida Texas A&M Alabama San Diego State Middle Tennessee State (Did Not Make Cut) Auburn Arizona State

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17. 19. 20. 21. 22. 22. 22. 25. 26. 27. 27. 29. 30.

T4. T7. T60. T64. T69.

Illinois Texas UC Irvine Indiana UAB Wake Forest East Tennessee State Penn State Virginia Mississippi Oregon Augusta State St. Mary’s (Ca.)

916 917 919 920 923 923 923 926 931 935 935 936 949

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 2008 (4th) Rickie Fowler 74-77-70-73—294 Trent Whitekiller 77-74-73-72—296 Kevin Tway 81-70-76-84—311 Trent Leon 73-76-86-78—313 Mark Johnson 74-76-82-82—314

2009 at Toledo, Ohio 1. Oklahoma State 2. Arizona State T3. Southern California T3. Arkansas T3. Washington 6. Michigan T7. Texas A&M T7. Georgia (Did Not Advance to Match Play) 9. TCU T10. Georgia Tech T10. UCF 12. Tennessee 13. San Diego 14. Duke 15. Alabama 16. South Carolina 17. Iowa 18. Chattanooga 19. Florida 20. Stanford 21. Illinois 22. Oregon T23. Texas Tech T23. UCLA 25. Ohio State 26. Texas T27. Wake Forest T27. Virginia 29. Northwestern 30. Arizona

T3. T7. T18. T27. T36.

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INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 2009 (1st) Rickie Fowler 72-70-68—210 Morgan Hoffmann 72-69-71—212 Peter Uihlein 73-72-70—215 Kevin Tway 74-71-72—217 Trent Leon 71-70-78—219


YEAR-BY-YEAR NCAA TOURNAMENT SINCE 1947 — OSU’S FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT MATCH PLAY Quarterfinals Georgia def. Oklahoma St., 3-2 Brian Harman def. Fowler, 1-up Hoffmann def. Hudson Swafford, 4 and 3 Russell Henley def. Leon, 2 up Uihlein def. Harris English, 4 and 3 Adam Mitchell def. Tway, 5 and 3 Arkansas def. Washington, 3-2 Texas A&M def. Arizona St., 3-1-1; Michigan def. Southern California, 3-2. Semifinals Arkansas def. Georgia, 3-1-1 Texas A&M def. Michigan, 3-1-1.

2010 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. T8. T8. T8. T11. T11. 13. 14. 15. T16. T16. T16. 19. 20. T21. T21. 23. 24. T25. T25. T27. T27. 29. 30.

T2. T14. T18. T34. T111.

Semifinals (1) Okla. State def. (5) Oregon, 3-1-1 Jack Dukeminier (Ore.) def. Sean Einhaus (OSU), 4 and 3 Trent Whitekiller (OSU) def. Isaiah Telles (Ore.), 5 and 4 Kevin Tway (OSU) vs. Andrew Vijarro (Ore.) halved Peter Uihlein (OSU) def. Daniel Miernicki (Ore.), 3 and 2 Morgan Hoffmann (OSU) def. Eugene Wong (Ore.), 3 and 2 (6) Augusta State def. (2) Florida State, 4-1 Championship (6) Augusta State def. Okla. State (1) Sean Einhaus (OSU) def. Carter Newman (ASU), 2 and 1 Trent Whitekiller (OSU) vs. Taylor Floyd (ASU), halved Mitch Krywulycz (ASU) def. Kevin Tway (OSU), 19 holes Patrick Reed (ASU) def. Peter Uihlein (OSU), 4 and 2 Henrik Norlander (ASU) def. Morgan Hoffmann (OSU), 5 and 4

Championship Texas A&M def. Arkansas, 3-2

at Chattanooga, Tenn. Oklahoma State Florida State Georgia Tech Washington Oregon Augusta State Texas Tech Stanford Arizona State San Diego Florida Virginia Texas A&M North Florida Southern California Oregon State Clemson UCLA Illinois Kent State UNLV Texas California LSU Baylor Tennessee Duke TCU Penn State Georgia Southern

Morgan Hoffmann (OSU) def. Steve Ziegler (Stan.), 1 up (5) Oregon def. (4) Washington, 3-2 (2) Florida State def. (7) Texas Tech, 4-1 (6) Augusta State def. (3) Georgia Tech, 3-2

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INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 2010 (1st) Peter Uihlein 69-68-71—208 Kevin Tway 74-71-68—213 Morgan Hoffmann 70-70-74—214 Trent Whitekiller 70-76-70—216 Sean Einhaus 75-75-76—226

MATCH PLAY Quarterfinals (1) Okla. State def. (8) Stanford, 4-1 Sean Einhaus (OSU) def. Joseph Bramlett (Stan.), 5 and 4 Trent Whitekiller (OSU) def. Andrew Yun (Stan.), 1 up Kevin Tway (OSU) def. Sihwan Kim (Stan.), 5 and 4 David Chung (Stan.) def. Peter Uihlein (OSU), 1 up

2011 1. 2. T3. T3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. T10. T10. T12. T12. 14. 15. T16. T16. 18. T19. T19. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

T3. T38. T38. T50. T66.

at Stillwater, Okla. UCLA Georgia Tech Oklahoma State Illinois Georgia Ohio State Augusta State Duke Texas A&M Iowa Michigan Southern California Texas Alabama Arkansas San Diego San Diego State Arizona State California Kent State LSU Northwestern Florida Tennessee Pepperdine Kennesaw State North Carolina State Oklahoma Arizona Colorado State

872 875 879 879 884 887 888 889 890 892 892 895 895 896 897 898 898 899 902 902 905 906 908 910 919 921 922 930 933 937

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 2011 (T3rd) Peter Uihlein 73-69-73—215 Kevin Tway 77-74-72—223 Morgan Hoffmann 75-73-75—223 Talor Gooch 72-77-75—224 Sean Einhaus 72-80-74—226

MATCH PLAY Quarterfinals Oklahoma State def. Ohio State, 3.5-1.5 Peter Uihlein (OSU) vs. Bo Hoag (Ohio State), halved Kevin Tway (OSU) def. Brad Smith (Ohio State), 2 and 1 Dan Charen (Ohio State) def. Morgan Hoffmann (OSU), 1 up Sean Einhaus (OSU) def. Michael Cress (Ohio State), 3 and 2 Talor Gooch (OSU) def. Alex Redfield (Ohio State), 4 and 2 Semifinals Augusta State def. Oklahoma State, 3-2 Patrick Reed (ASU) def. Peter Uihlein (OSU), 8 and 7 Henrik Norlander (ASU) def. Kevin Tway (OSU), 3 and 1 Morgan Hoffmann (OSU) def. Mitchell Krywulycz (ASU), 1 up Carter Newman (ASU) def. Sean Einhaus (OSU), 19 holes Talor Gooch (OSU) def. Olle Bengtsson (ASU), 7 and 5 Championship Augusta State def. Georgia, 3-2

2012 1. 2. 3. T4. T4. 6. 7. T8. T8. 10. 11. T12. T12. 14. T15. T15. 17. 18. T19. T19. 21. T22. T22. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

at Pacific Palisades, Calif. Alabama UCLA Texas California San Diego State Washington Oregon Kent State Florida State Liberty Oklahoma North Florida Florida Texas A&M Auburn Southern California Georgia Chattanooga Stanford UCF Illinois Iowa Virginia Virginia Tech Lamar East Carolina TCU Memphis UAB Tulsa

MATCH PLAY Quarterfinals Alabama def. Kent State, 3-1 California def. San Diego State, 3-2 Oregon def. UCLA, 3-2 Texas def. Washington, 4-0-1 Semifinals Alabama def. California, 3-2 Texas def. Oregon, 3-2 Championship Texas def. Alabama, 3-2

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2013 1. 2. T3. T3. 5. T6. T6. T6. T6. 10. T11. T11. 13. T14. T14. T16. T16. 18. T19. T19. T19. 22. T23. T23. 25. 26. T27. T27. 29. 30.

at Alpharetta, Ga. California Georgia Tech Alabama Texas Illinois New Mexico Texas A&M UNLV Arizona State Arkansas Oklahoma Florida State Auburn Texas Tech Oklahoma State Washington UCF North Florida TCU Georgia Tennessee Coastal Carolina LSU Southern California Florida UCLA South Carolina Kent State St. Mary’s (Ca.) Ball State

MATCH PLAY Quarterfinals California (1) def. Arizona State (8), 3-2 Illinois (5) def. Texas (4), 3-2 Georgia Tech (2) def. UNLV (7), 3-2 Alabama (3) def. New Mexico (6), 4-1 Semifinals Illinois (5) def. California (1), 3-2 Alabama (3) def. Georgia Tech (2), 3-0-2 Championship Alabama (3) def. Illinois (5), 4-1

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SCHOOL-BY-SCHOOL CONSECUTIVE NCAA APPEARANCES Akron Alabama UAB American American International Amherst Arizona Arizona St. Arkansas Army Auburn Augusta St. Ball St. Baylor Beloit Boston College Bowling Green Bradley BYU Bucknell Buffalo California UC Irvine UC Santa Barbara Cal St. L.A. Canisius Centenary Central Florida Central Michigan Charlotte Chattanooga Chicago Clemson Coastal Carolina College Of Charleston Colby Colgate Colorado Colorado College Colorado St. Connecticut Cornell Dartmouth Davidson Denison Denver Detroit Drake Duke East Carolina East Tennessee St. Eastern Michigan Florida Florida St. Fresno St. Furman George Washington Georgetown Georgia Ga. Southern Georgia St. Georgia Tech Hartford Harvard

1 3 2 1 1 2 21 19 11 1 3 3 2 2 1 2 1 1 15 1 1 4 1 1 4 3 2 3 1 3 1 1 23 3 1 1 1 3 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 3 1 1 3 1 8 1 17 4 5 1 1 3 12 3 2 11 4 2

1951, 61 2011-13* 2001-02 1982 1958 1939-40 1987-07 1964-82 1984-94 1986* 2006-08* 2001-03* 1982-83* 1966-67 1941 1947-48 1983* 1952, 55 1973-87 1957, 61 1956 2010-13 2008* 1994, 98 1964-67 1949-51 1980-81 1990-92 1949 2006-08 2012* 1939 1982-04 2005-07 2001 1958 1958 1953-55 1963-64 2011* 1979-80 1946-47 1940-41 1966 1948 1953-55 1955* 1997 2009-11* 2012 1994-01 1947 1983-99 1980-83 1983-87 1986* 1946 1939-41 1998-09 1975-77 2004-05 1985-95 1985-88 1939-40

Holy Cross Houston Houston Baptist Idaho Illinois Indiana Indiana (PA) Iona Iowa Iowa St. Johns Hopkins Kansas Kennesaw State Kent State Kentucky Kenyon Knox Lamar Lehigh Liberty Long Beach St. La. Lafayette LSU Louisville Loyola Marymount Marshall Maryland Massachusetts Memphis Miami (FL) Miami (OH) Michigan Michigan St. Middle Tennessee St. Middlebury Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi St. Missouri Navy Nebraska Nebraska-Omaha Nevada UNLV New Mexico New Mexico St. North Carolina North Carolina St. North Florida North Texas Northern Illinois Northern Iowa Northwestern Notre Dame Ohio Ohio St. Ohio Wesleyan Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon St. Pacific Penn

2 36 2 2 6 4 1 1 7 2 1 2 1 4 4 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 6 2 1 1 2 1 2 4 3 8 4 1 1 7 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 12 9 2 12 4 2 21 1 1 5 9 4 14 1 16 65 6 4 2 2 1

1982-83 1952-87 1987-88 1959-60 2008-13 1974-77 1967 1958 1954-60 1952-53* 1949 1999-00* 2011 2010-13* 2003-06 1947, 50 1946 2006-07* 1946 2012 1982* 1989-90 1984-89 2007-08 2006 1976* 1971-72* 1958, 76 1954-55 1961-64 1989-91 1942-49 1939-42 2008 1958 1941-47 1984-85 2008* 1983-84 1963-64 1998-99 1949 1989-90 1989-00 1960-68 1967-68* 1989-00 1988-91 2012-13 1947-67 1976 1949 1945-49* 1939-47 1955-58 1975-88 1951, 56 1981-96 1947-11 1978-83 1975-78 1959-60 2001-02 1965*

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NCAA TOURNAMENT SUCCESS NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAM RECORDS LOW 72 1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9. 10. 10.

1116 1127 1140 1140 1143 1144 1146 1151 1156 1156 1160 1160

1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2.

3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

BIGGEST VICTORY MARGINS

2000 (1st) 1998 (4th) 1994 (5th) 1978 (1st) 2006 (1st) 1992 (3rd) 1984 (2nd) 1982 (2nd) 1995 (1st) 1997 (5th) 1987 (1st) 1986 (2nd)

1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9.

+17 +16 +7 +7 +7 +4 +3 +1 Playoff Playoff

CLOSEST RUNNER-UP FINISHES

1978 over Georgia 1987 over Wake Forest 1991 over North Carolina 1983 over Texas 1976 over Brigham Young 1980 over Brigham Young 2006 over Florida 1963 over Houston 1995 over Stanford 2000 over Georgia Tech

MOST TOP-10 FINISHERS

1. 2. 2. 4. 4. 4. 7. 7. 9. 10.

-1 -2 -2 -3 -3 -3 -4 -4 -7 -8

1984 to Houston 2003 to Clemson 1979 to Ohio State 1999 to Georgia 1988 to UCLA 1985 to Houston 1986 to Wake Forest 1960 to Houston 1964 to Houston 1977 to Houston

BEST FIFTH-MAN FINISHES

1987 (Watts 1st, Bradley 4th, Fleming 6th) 2009 (Fowler T3rd, Hoffmann T7th) 1991 (Hainline 4th, De Serrano 10th) 1980 (Alarcon 3rd, Tway 7th) 1979 (Tway 5th, Harrison 5th) 1977 (Miller 4th, Edwards 5th) 1976 (Miller 10th, Gonzalez 10th) 1974 (Jones 8th, Bliss 8th) 2002 (Mahan 3rd, Nilsson T8th)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

T23rd T36th T45th T49th T50th T57th

(All OSU finishers in parenthesis) 1978 (1st, 15th, 15th, 23rd, 23rd) 2009 (3rd, 7th, 18th, 27th, 36th) 1991 (4th, 10th, 22nd, 28th, 45th) 1982 (2nd, 16th, 32nd, 43rd, 49th) 1983 (2nd, 20th, 25th, 38th, 50th) 1999 (5th, 16th, 39th, 47th,57th)

NCAA TOURNAMENT INDIVIDUAL RECORDS LOW 18 1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3. 7. 7. 7. 7. 7. 7.

63 65 66 66 66 66 67 67 67 67 67 67

Charles Howell, Jr., 2000 Trip Kuehne, So., 1994 Charles Howell, Jr., 2000 Alan Bratton, Jr., 1994 Edward Loar, So., 1998 Brian Watts, Jr., 1987 Charles Howell, 2000 Alan Bratton, Jr., 1994 Kevin Wentworth, So., 1989 Tommy Moore, Sr., 1984 Bo Van Pelt, Sr., 1998 Rafael Alarcon, So., 1978

1. 2. 2. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8.

265 276 276 278 280 281 281 282 282 282 282 282

Charles Howell, Jr., 2000 Jonathan Moore, Fr., 2006 Alan Bratton, Jr., 1994 Tommy Moore, Sr., 1984 Brian Watts, Jr., 1987 David Edwards, Sr., 1978 Edward Loar, So., 1998 Pablo Martin, So., 2006 Jaxon Brigman, Jr., 1992 Bo Van Pelt, Sr., 1998 Scott Verplank, Sr., 1986 Andy Dillard, So., 1982

LOW 72

MOST TOP-FIVE FINISHES 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1.

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Peter Uihlein (2nd, 3rd) Rickie Fowler (4th, 3rd) Scott Verplank (2nd, 1st) Charles Howell (5th, 1st) Bob Tway (5th, 5th) Lindy Miller (4th, 4th) David Edwards (5th, 1st)

MOST TOP-10 FINISHES 1. 1. 1. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.

3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2

Scott Verplank (2nd, 6th, 1st) Bob Tway (5th, 7th, 5th) Lindy Miller (4th, 10th, 4th) Peter Uihlein (2nd, 3rd) Rickie Fowler (4th, 3rd) Charles Howell (5th, 1st) David Edwards (5th, 1st) Tom Jones (8th, 4th) Hunter Mahan (3rd, 8th)

MOST ROUNDS IN 60S 1. 2. 3.

5 4 3

Charles Howell (69, 67, 66, 63, 69) Alan Bratton (68, 67, 66, 69) Jonathan Moore Scott Verplank Tommy Moore David Edwards Ed Loar

Pablo Martin at the 2006 NCAA Championship in Sunriver, Ore. Mt. Bachelor is pictured in the background.

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP FINISHES TOP-10 TEAM FINISHES 1947-2010 (1947 WAS THE FIRST YEAR OSU HAD A GOLF TEAM) Team Oklahoma State Houston Arizona State Florida Southern California Texas Wake Forest Stanford Georgia North Carolina Brigham Young Georgia Tech North Texas Purdue Ohio State UCLA San Jose State Clemson LSU Arizona Oklahoma New Mexico UNLV Washington Arkansas Florida State Texas A&M SMU Duke Minnesota Miami (Florida) Michigan Augusta State Northwestern Fresno State Oregon Alabama California East Tennessee State Maryland Notre Dame Oral Roberts

Top 10 55 35 33 28 28 28 26 26 25 21 19 16 16 16 16 16 15 13 13 13 12 11 10 10 9 9 9 7 7 6 6 5 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

Top 5 51 28 19 17 12 17 16 12 11 6 12 11 12 10 7 6 6 9 6 6 7 5 4 4 2 3 3 1 4 2 0 4 3 1 1 3 3 3 1 1 2 2

Top 3 30 24 9 12 7 11 10 10 7 3 5 6 9 7 2 4 2 6 5 5 5 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 3 2 0 2 2 1 0 1 3 3 1 0 1 2

Champions 10 16 2 4 0 3 3 3 2 0 1 0 4 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

Team Cal State L.A. Pepperdine Lamar Kentucky San Diego State TCU Auburn Illinois Indiana Michigan State North Carolina State Texas Tech Charlotte UTEP Colorado Iowa Kent State Navy Rollins Tennessee Virginia Tech Coastal Carolina Detroit Mississippi Houston Baptist Baylor Centenary Central Florida Denver Georgia Southern Liberty Long Beach Louisville Memphis State San Diego Seattle South Carolina SW Louisiana Tulsa Utah Wisconsin

FACTS & FIGURES • • • • •

OSU participated in 65 consecutive NCAA Championships (1947-11), an NCAA record. In those 65 NCAA Championship appearances, OSU’s average finish was 5.3, an NCAA record. OSU finished in the top five at the NCAA Championship for a record 23 straight seasons between 1970 and ’92. OSU finished in the top 10 at the NCAA Championship for a record 25 years between 1968 and ’92. Over a 14-year span from 1975 to ’88, OSU finished first or second at the NCAA Championship 13 times.

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Top 10 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Top 5 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Top 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Champions 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


OSU AT CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS (Head Coach — Labron Harris, Sr.) Year Champion 1947 Oklahoma A&M (900) 1948 Oklahoma A&M (904) 1949 Oklahoma A&M (833) 1950 Oklahoma A&M (893) 1951 Oklahoma A&M (872) 1952 Oklahoma A&M (888) 1953 Oklahoma A&M (897) 1954 Oklahoma A&M (889) 1955 Oklahoma A&M (892) 1956 Houston (889) 1957 Houston (897) Year Champion 1958 Oklahoma State (878) 1959 Oklahoma State (899) 1960 Oklahoma State (879) 1961 Oklahoma State (865) 1962 Oklahoma State (844) 1963 Oklahoma State (849) 1964 Oklahoma State (845) 1965 Oklahoma State (900) 1966 Oklahoma State (854) 1967* Oklahoma State (592) 1968 Colorado (857) 1969 Oklahoma State (866) 1970 Oklahoma State (886) 1971 Oklahoma State (865) 1972 Oklahoma State (864) 1973 Oklahoma State (847) (Head Coach — Mike Holder) 1974 Oklahoma State (886) 1975 Oklahoma State (876) 1976 Oklahoma State (878) 1977 Oklahoma State (895) 1978 Oklahoma State (858) 1979 Oklahoma State (888) 1980 Oklahoma State (868) 1981 Oklahoma State (857) 1982 Oklahoma State (870) 1983 Oklahoma State (888) 1984 Missouri (903) 1985 Oklahoma State (869) 1986 Oklahoma State (866) 1987 Oklahoma State (837) 1988 Oklahoma State (861) 1989 Oklahoma State (875)# 1990 Oklahoma State (849) 1991 Oklahoma State (889) 1992 Oklahoma (866) 1993 Oklahoma State (888) 1994 Oklahoma State (883) 1995 Oklahoma State (858) 1996 Oklahoma State (895)# Year Champion 1997 Oklahoma State (882) 1998 Oklahoma State (898) 1999 Kansas (857) 2000 Oklahoma State (851) 2001 Baylor (894) 2002 Texas (850) 2003 Texas (894) 2004 Texas (865) 2005 Oklahoma State (868) (Head Coach — Mike McGraw) 2006 Oklahoma (858) 2007 Oklahoma State (866) 2008 Oklahoma State (1,141) 2009 Oklahoma State (1,149) 2010 Oklahoma State (1,133) 2011 Oklahoma State (1,139) 2012 Texas A&M (1,165) 2013 Texas (859)

MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE Runner-up Not Available Tulsa (990) Wichita St/Drake (913) Detroit (930) Detroit (923) Houston (919) Wichita State (901) Houston (899) Houston (908) Oklahoma A&M (896) North Texas (901)

OSU 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd T3rd

Individual Champion Dale Pringle, Tulsa Dick Turner, Okla. A&M Bo Wininger, Okla. A&M Bo Wininger, Okla. A&M Ben Dickson, Okla. A&M; Bob Togikawa, Bradley Joe Walser, Okla. A&M Sam Sadler, Wichita State Ben Dickson, Okla. A&M Bobby Goetz, Okla. A&M Rex Baxter, Houston Rex Baxter, Houston

Runner-up Oklahoma (911) Missouri (932) Kansas (927) Colorado (892) Oklahoma (868) Oklahoma (869) Oklahoma (869) Oklahoma (928) Colorado (864) Oklahoma (607) Oklahoma State (861) Oklahoma (877) Oklahoma (917) Missouri (905) Missouri (890) Nebraska (869)

OSU 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

Individual Champion Ab Justice, OSU Jim Wright, OSU Jim Wright, OSU Bob Smith, Oklahoma Dick Canon, OSU George Hixon, OSU George Hixon, OSU Bob Dickson, OSU Hale Irwin, Colorado Grier Jones, OSU; Hale Irwin, Colorado Grier Jones, OSU Skip Graham, Oklahoma Mike Holder, OSU Danny Edwards, OSU Danny Edwards, OSU Don Bliss, OSU

Oklahoma (894) Oklahoma (902) Colorado (923) Oklahoma (916) Nebraska (907) Colorado (915) Colo./Kan. (891) Colorado (864) Oklahoma (886) Okla./Mo. (901) OSU/Okla. (908) Oklahoma (888) Oklahoma (872) Oklahoma (842) Oklahoma (875) Oklahoma (875) Oklahoma (880) Oklahoma (917) Oklahoma State (868) Kansas (889) Kansas (888) Kansas (880) Oklahoma (895)

1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st T2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st

Jaime Gonzalez, OSU Tom Jones, OSU Lindy Miller, OSU Lindy Miller, OSU Lindy Miller, OSU Bob Tway, OSU Rafael Alarcon, OSU Terry Kahl, Colorado Willie Wood, OSU Andrew Magee, Oklahoma Scott Verplank, OSU Grant Waite, Oklahoma Brian Watts, OSU Michael Bradley, OSU E.J. Pfister, OSU Kevin Wentworth, OSU Kevin Wentworth, OSU Matt Gogel, Kansas Alan Bratton, OSU Bob Kalinowski, Colorado Bob Kalinowski, Colorado Alan Bratton, OSU; Chris Tidland, OSU; Slade Adams, Kansas Kris Cox, OSU

Runner-up Texas (892) Texas (905) Nebraska (859) Kansas (863) OU/Texas (904) OSU (851) OSU (898) OU (870) OU (877)

OSU 1st 1st 4th 1st 5th 2nd 2nd 3rd 1st

Individual Champion Leif Westerberg, OSU Hunter Haas, Oklahoma David Gossett, Texas Charles Howell, OSU Worth Williams, Baylor Anders Hultman, OSU Hunter Mahan, OSU Jason Hartwick, Texas Anthony Kim, Oklahoma

Texas (862) Texas A&M (873) Texas (1,161) Colorado (1,163) Texas A&M (1,146) Texas A&M (1,152) Texas (1,168) Oklahoma State (863)

4th 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 6th 2nd

Matthew Rosenfeld, Texas Pablo Martin, OSU Rickie Fowler, OSU Morgan Hoffmann, OSU Chris Ward, Texas Tech Morgan Hoffmann, OSU Joakim Mikkelson, Baylor Brandon Stone, Texas

BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE

BIG 12 CONFERENCE

* — Final 18 holes rained out.; # — Won in sudden death playoff.

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INDIVIDUAL BIG EIGHT TOURNAMENT FINISHES (TEAM FINISH IN PARENTHESES) 1958 (1st) 1. 2. T5. T5. T18.

Ab Justice Art Hall Kent Hurlburt Jack Ellis Louis Rada

1968 (1st) 71-71-71—213 72-72-75—219 73-75-75—223 70-76-77—223 82-77-76—235

1959 (1st) 1. T2. 6. 8. T12.

Jimmy Wright Jack Ellis George Cram Kent Hurlburt Terry Wilcox

Jimmy Wright Labron Harris, Jr. Dickie Canon Jim Harris John Gandy

Terry Wilcox Jimmy Wright Cotton Dunn Labron Harris, Jr. Dickie Canon

Dickie Canon Terry Wilcox Labron Harris, Jr. Greg Lambert Dave Browning

George Hixon Don Lackey Jim Jamieson Dave Eichelberger Duke Evans

George Hixon Dave Eichelberger Jim Hardy Bob Dickson Hugh Edgmon

66-74-67—207 71-72-69—212 71-73-69—213 72-71-72—215 72-76-70—218

1965 (1st) 1. 2. T3. T16. T20.

Bob Dickson Don Lackey Jim Hardy Dv. Eichelberger Roger Brown

71-75-72—218 75-74-73—222 74-78-73—225 78-78-81—237 82-78-79—239

1966 (1st) 2. T4. T4. T4. T18.

Jim Hardy Bob Dickson Roger Brown Hugh Edgmon Don Lackey

69-73-69—211 73-70-72—215 70-73-72—215 77-68-70—215 75-77-72—224

1967 (1st) T1. T3. 4. T5. T19.

Grier Jones Roy Bays Mike DiCello Roger Brown Bill Sisolak

1. T3. T3. 6. T7.

Mike Holder Mark Hayes Jim Deaton Doug Tewell Jim Shade

1. 2. 3. 4. 8.

Danny Edwards Mark Hayes Ted Goin Doug Tewell Jim Shade

1. T3. 5. T9. T12.

Danny Edwards Ted Goin Jim Brownfield Chris Cole Don Bliss

74-72—146 75-72—147 71-77—148 77-74—151 77-81—158

1. Don Bliss 2. Henry DeLozier T5. Chris Cole 8. Danny Edwards T9. Ted Goin * — won playoff.

Jamie Gonzalez Tom Jones Mike Clayton Don Bliss Steve Thompson

Tom Jones Jaime Gonzalez Kirk Goss Mike Clayton Lindy Miller

Lindy Miller Tom Jones David Edwards Jaime Gonzalez Britt Harrison

72-68-69—209* 67-73-69—209 73-71-71—215 71-75-72—218 77-73-70—220

Lindy Miller Tom Jones Britt Harrison David Edwards Jaime Gonzalez

Bob Tway Jeff Walser Rafael Alarcon Britt Harrison Eric Evans

1. 2. 4. T13. T18.

Rafael Alarcon Bob Tway Willie Wood Eric Evans Jeff Walser

T2. T2. T5. 10. 11.

Bob Tway Eric Evans Willie Wood Tommy Moore Andy Dillard

1. Willie Wood 2. Tracy Phillips T11. Tommy Moore T15. Andy Dillard T20. Philip Walton * — won playoff.

Tommy Moore Scott Verplank Willie Wood Philip Walton Andy Dillard

76-68-75—219 73-73-76—220 75-74-73—222 75-75-79—229 80-76-75—231

72-74-71—217 75-70-74—219 74-75-74—223 79-74-70—223 73-75-78—226

70-74-73—217 73-71-76—220 73-71-77—221 70-77-75—222 75-75-78—228

71-75-74—220 77-72-75—224 77-74-75—226 76-74-79—229 82-74-76—232

1. T2. T11. T18. 25.

Scott Verplank Tommy Moore Jeff Maggert Kevin Whipple Andy Dillard

Scott Verplank Michael Bradley Brian Watts E.J. Pfister Kevin Whipple

Brian Watts E.J. Pfister Michael Bradley Scott Verplank John O’Neill

Michael Bradley E.J. Pfister Brian Watts Brian Montgomery Tim Fleming

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Kevin Wentworth Carl Suneson David White Bob May Harry Rudolph

67-67-76—210 75-73-73—221 76-75-73—224 74-71-80—225 78-77-75—230

1. 2. 4. T5. 7.

Kevin Wentworth David White Scott De Serrano Craig Hainline Bob May

70-65-76—211 70-70-72—212 71-73-72—216 78-64-76—218 73-73-73—219

2. 3. 5. T8. T8.

Craig Hainline Bob May Jaxon Brigman Kevin Wentworth Scott De Serrano

76-74-70—220 79-69-73—221 74-78-71—223 75-77-78—230 76-78-76—230

1. 6. T7. 10. T13.

Alan Bratton Chris Tidland Jaxon Brigman Bill Hoefle Craig Hainline

68-71-71—210 74-77-68—219 71-76-73—220 72-77-72—221 74-75-76—225

1993 (1st) 71-74-75—220 76-75-72—223 73-77-75—225 78-74-74—226 77-72-81—230

70-73-77—220 75-73-74—222 77-76-79—232 78-80-76—234 81-81-79—241

76-70-67—213 73-74-70—217 72-71-76—219 76-74-73—223 75-80-74—229

70-72-69—211 76-73-66—215 74-73-72—219 77-70-74—221 80-76-75—231

1987 (1st) 1. 2. T3. 8. T9.

1. T5. T9. 10. T11.

1992 (2nd) 69-71-71—211* 67-72-72—211 75-77-74—226 77-75-75—227 72-78-80—230

1986 (1st) 1. 3. T5. T7. T15.

76-70-67—213 70-77-70—217 70-71-77—218 69-75-75—219 76-71-78—225

1991 (1st) 72-70-71—213 73-72-68—213 73-69-72—214 72-74-75—221 69-77-76—222

1985 (1st) 2. 3. 4. T9. T21.

E.J. Pfister Carl Suneson Brian Watts Michael Bradley Kevin Wentworth

1990 (1st) 69-73-71—213 70-69-75—214 77-76-74—217 76-74-76—226 75-75-78—228

1983 (1st) 3. 5. T7. 9. T13.

1. T3. T4. T7. T11.

1989 (1st) 70-72-73—215 79-74-72—225 71-80-76—227 74-75-80—229 79-78-84—231

1984 (T2nd)

1977 (1st) 1. 2. 3. 6. 9.

1. T5. T8. 10. T12.

1982 (1st) 71-72-68—211 74-72-70—216 72-71-74—217 73-78-72—223 73-76-76—225

1976 (1st) 1. 2. 3. 4. 7.

1988 (1st) 72-66-74—212 70-67-77—214 78-66-75—219 73-71-77—221 77-76-70—223

1981 (1st) 72-72-72—216 72-75-70—217 74-71-74—219 68-77-75—220 79-73-72—224

1975 (1st) 1. 2. T5. T5. 7.

Lindy Miller Britt Harrison David Edwards Rafael Alarcon Bob Tway

1980 (1st) 73-70-76—219 75-71-76—222 75-74-73—222 75-73-76—224 76-73-78—227

1974 (1st) 1. T2. 5. 12. 23.

1. 2. 4. 5. 6.

1979 (1st) 73-71-71—215 67-71-78—216 69-70-77—216 69-75-79—223 74-73-77—224

1973 (1st) 69-73-67—209 70-72-70—212 68-71-75—214 74-69-74—217 76-71-74—221

1964 (1st) 1. 3. 4. T5. T8.

Jim Andrews Mike Holder Mark Hayes Doug Tewell Jim Shade

1972 (1st) 65-68-67—200 65-71-71—207 74-73-69—216 71-75-75—221 77-74-75—226

1963 (1st) 1. 3. T4. 9. 16.

2. T3. T3. T13. T15.

1971 (1st) 68-73-74—215 70-71-74—215 71-69-77—217 73-71-74—218 71-76-77—224

1962 (1st) 1. 2. T7. 13. 22.

1978 (1st) 72-67-71—210 72-70-75—217 72-73-73—218 73-73-74—220 74-78-71—223

1970 (1st) 70-72-70—212 73-73-70—216 75-70-78—223 80-73-75—228 77-78-79—234

1961 (1st) T2 T2. T5. T7. T12.

Grier Jones Mike DiCello Mike Holder Jim Deaton Jim Young

1969 (1st) 73-73-73—219 71-73-76—220 74-76-76—226 73-76-79—228 80-76-78—234

1960 (1st) 1. 2. 4. 6. T15.

1. 5. T6. T9. 17.

69-67-70—206 70-69-68—207 70-70-69—209 74-71-70—215 75-72-70—217

2. T4. T8. T16. 26.

Chris Tidland Alan Bratton Kris Cox Craig Hainline Brandon Knight

77-67-72—216 67-73-79—219 75-74-76—225 76-76-78—230 75-77-83—235

1994 (1st) 2. T4. T4. T14. T17.

Alan Bratton Chris Tidland Trip Kuehne Leif Westerberg Kris Cox

71-75-72—218 72-77-71—220 73-75-72—220 78-77-75—230 73-82-76—231

1995 (1st) T1. T1. T6. 8. T26.

Alan Bratton Chris Tidland Kris Cox Trip Kuehne Leif Westerberg

70-66-75—211 69-73-69—211 71-70-77—218 71-73-75—219 78-72-82—232

1996 (1st) 1. 3. T13. T18. 34.

Kris Cox Brian Guetz Trip Kuehne Leif Westerberg Greg Robertson

75-71-71—217 73-77-71—221 81-76-73—230 79-80-73—232 88-75-77—240


INDIVIDUAL BIG 12 TOURNAMENT FINISHES (TEAM FINISH IN PARENTHESES) 1997 (1st) 1. 12. 13. T16. T33.

Leif Westerberg Edward Loar Brian Guetz Landry Mahan Bo Van Pelt

2001 (5th) 67-68-76—211 72-76-75—223 78-75-72—225 75-75-78—228 76-83-75—234

1998 (1st) 3. T4. T6. T8. T56

Charles Howell Bo Van Pelt Edward Loar Boyd Summerhays Landry Mahan

Anders Hultman Charles Howell Edward Loar Nick Seymour Landry Mahan

Charles Howell Edward Loar Anders Hultman Landry Mahan J.C. DeLeon

75-74-74—223 77-79-72—228 86-76-71—233 81-80-75—236 78-83-76—237

1. T4. T15. T18. T53.

1. T14. T23. T27. T41.

70-68-65—203 69-74-67—210 75-71-72—218 73-74-73—220 79-78-77—234

T3. 8. T16. T20. T36.

Alex Norén Zack Robinson Tyler Leon Pablo Martin Ryan Posey

2009 (1st) 70-72-72—214 74-73-68—215 68-75-77—220 73-77-71—221 77-76-76—229

3. T14. 23. T34. T42.

Pablo Martin Jonathan Moore Trent Leon Chris Clarke Tyler Leon

73-67-68—208 76-72-81—229 74-81-78—233 83-74-78—235 80-82-77—239

1. 2. T9. T17. T30.

Pablo Martin Ryan Posey Tyler Leon Trent Leon Jonathan Moore

71-68-75—214 73-73-71—217 71-76-75—222 70-71-75—224 77-73-77—237

1. 2. T7. T13. T18.

Rickie Fowler Kevin Tway Mark Johnson Trent Whitekiller Trent Leon

Morgan Hoffmann Rickie Fowler Peter Uihlein Trent Leon Trent Whitekiller

71-71-68-66—276 74-71-72-69—286 72-71-75-75—293 78-75-72-71—296 76-81-75-76—308

2. 5. T7. T7. T22.

Peter Uihlein Sean Einhaus Kevin Tway Morgan Hoffman Trent Whitekiller

67-72-72-70—281 73-68-73-69—283 75-73-69-71—288 70-71-74-73—288 71-79-72-72—294

2011 (1st) 70-73-68—211 73-73-68—214 72-72-77—221 77-74-74—225 75-71-83—229

2008 (1st)

Alex Norén Casey Wittenberg Tyler Leon Chris Clarke Zack Robinson

1. 5. 9. T12. T47.

2010 (1st) 75-68-70—213 74-73-72—219 74-72-75—221 76-75-75—226 79-77-72—228

2007 (1st)

Hunter Mahan Pär Nilsson Chris Clarke Zack Robinson Dayton Rose

2004 (3rd) 66-66-68—200 72-68-70—210 76-67-76—219 73-75-78—226 77-71-84—232

2. 3. T8. T11. T25.

2006 (4th)

Anders Hultman Hunter Mahan Alex Norén Pär Nilsson Dayton Rose

2003 (2nd) 73-69-73—215 74-72-72—218 70-76-72—218 76-70-78—224 74-78-73—225

2000 (1st) 1. 2. T15. T30. T46.

2005 (1st)

Pär Nilsson J.C. DeLeon Boyd Summerhays Anders Hultman Peter Davidson

2002 (2nd) 74-76-70—220 81-71-73—225 77-75-74—226 80-73-74—227 87-85-84—256

1999 (4th) T7. T14. T14. T29. T32.

T2. T10. T23. T33. T35.

1. 2. T4. T16. T26.

Morgan Hoffmann Kevin Tway Peter Uihlein Talor Gooch Sean Einhaus

70-69-68-73—280 66-73-71-75—285 74-75-69-70—288 73-75-67-78—293 79-76-66-76—297

2012 (6th) 72-68-71-68—279 72-68-70-73—283 69-74-73-74—290 72-72-71-79—294 73-76-71-76—296

T14. T22. T22. T24. T40.

Ian Davis Sean Einhaus Tanner Kesterson Talor Gooch Patrick Winther

78-77-70-72—297 76-75-80-71—302 78-77-69-78—302 78-73-75-77—303 81-80-73-77—311

2013 (2nd) 2. T5. T19. T19. T23.

Morgan Hoffmann won the Big 12 individual title in two of his three seasons in Stillwater.

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Talor Gooch Ian Davis Kevin Dougherty Patrick Winther Jordan Niebrugge

70-69-74—213 71-74-71—216 74-76-73—223 70-74-79—223 81-75-68—224


CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT TEAM RECORDS BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT TEAM RECORDS LOW 54 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 9. 9.

837 844 845 847 849 849 854 857 858 858

1987 1962 1964 1973 1990 1963 1966 1981 1995 1978

BIGGEST VICTORY MARGINS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 7. 9. 9.

+49 +48 +40 +35 +33 +33 +31 +31 +28 +28

1978 over Nebraska 1960 over Kansas 1971 over Missouri 1976 over Colorado 1959 over Missouri 1958 over Oklahoma 1990 over Oklahoma 1970 over Oklahoma 1991 over Oklahoma 1965 over Oklahoma

CLOSEST RUNNER-UP FINISHES 1. 2. 3.

-2 -4 -5

1992 to Oklahoma 1968 to Colorado 1984 to Missouri

MOST TOP EIGHT FINISHERS 1. 8.

(All-Big Eight Selections) 5 in 1964, 1971, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1990, 1991. 4 in 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1966, 1967, 1970, 1973, 1977, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1995.

BEST FIFTH-MAN FINISHES

BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT INDIVIDUAL RECORDS LOW 18 1. 2. 2. 2. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5. 10.

64 65 65 65 66 66 66 66 66 67

Craig Hainline, Fr., 1990 Kevin Wentworth, Jr., 1990 Dickie Canon, Sr., 1962 Terry Wilcox, Sr., 1962 Alan Bratton, Sr., 1995 E.J. Pfister, So., 1986 David Edwards, Sr., 1978 Lindy Miller, Sr., 1978 George Hixon, Sr., 1964 15 times

1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 6. 6. 6. 6. 10. 10. 10.

200 206 207 207 207 209 209 209 209 210 210 210

Dickie Canon, Sr., 1962 Michael Bradley, Jr., 1987 E.J. Pfister, Jr., 1987 George Hixon, Sr., 1964 Terry Wilcox, Sr., 1962 Brian Watts, Jr., 1987 Henry Delozier, Sr., 1973 Don Bliss, Jr., 1973 George Hixon, Jr., 1963 Alan Bratton, Fr., 1992 Kevin Wentworth, So., 1989 Grier Jones, Sr., 1968

LOW 54

MOST VICTORIES 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 7.

3 2 2 2 2 2 1

Lindy Miller (1976, 77, 78) Alan Bratton (1992, 95) Kevin Wentworth (1989, 90) Danny Edwards (1971, 72) George Hixon (1963, 64) Jim Wright (1959, 60) 18 players

1. 2. 2. 2. 5. 5. 5.

(All OSU finishers in parenthesis) 6th 1978 (1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th) 7th 1990 (1st, 2nd, 4th, T5th, 7th) 7th 1976 (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 7th) 7th 1975 (1st, 2nd, T5th, T5th, 7th) 8th 1991 (2nd, 3rd, 5th, T8th, T8th) 8th 1971 (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 8th) 8th 1964 (1st, 3rd, 4th, T5th, T8th)

MOST ROUNDS IN 60S 1. 1. 1. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 9.

4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2

Chris Tidland E.J. Pfister George Hixon Alan Bratton Kevin Wentworth Michael Bradley Jim Hardy Dickie Canon seven players

BIG 12 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT TEAM RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Largest Margin of Victory 20 Oklahoma State, 2008

Lowest Winning Score (72 holes) 276 Morgan Hoffmann, 2009 (71-71-68-66)

Lowest Score, One Round 272 Oklahoma State, 2000 (2nd)

Lowest Winning Score (54 holes) 200 Charles Howell, 2000 (66-66-68)

Lowest Score, Second Round 272 Oklahoma State, 2000

Largest Margin of Victory 13 Hunter Mahan, 2003

Lowest Score, Third Round 277 Oklahoma State, 2002

Lowest Score, After Two Rounds 132 Charles Howell, 2000 (66-66)

Kevin Wentworth

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OSU AT THE NCAA REGIONAL Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Champion Oklahoma State (880) Oklahoma State (878) Arkansas (859) Texas (856) Kent State (870) Texas (851) Oklahoma (854) Texas A&M (871) Oklahoma State (843)

OSU 1st (880) 1st (878) 2nd (863) 3rd (878) 3rd (885) 3rd (855) 2nd (859) 6th (878) 1st (843)

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Houston (845) Minnesota (865) Texas (847) OU, Kent State, Purdue (883) OSU, Purdue (865) Oklahoma State (856) Kentucky (882) Augusta State (849) Oklahoma State (845) Tulsa (895)

T7th (864) 4th (883) 3rd (850) 6th (887) 1st (865) 1st (856) 2nd (893) 2nd (858) 1st (845) 6th (906)

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Wake Forest (879) Oklahoma State (881) Oklahoma State (841) Oklahoma State (833) Southern California (841) Illinois (863)

2nd (889) 1st (881) 1st (841) 1st (833) 8th (863) 4th (882) Note: From 1989-2008, OSU participated in the NCAA Central Regional.

Kevin Tway became the first-ever player to win three regional titles with his victory in 2011.

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Individual Champion Kevin Wentworth, OSU (214) Kevin Wentworth, OSU (214) Ron Wuensche, Wisconsin (211) Justin Leonard, Texas (207) Heath Fell, Michigan State (214) Dean Larsson, Houston (207) Alan Bratton, OSU (211) Rob Kerr, Minnesota (211) Bo Van Pelt, OSU (209) Miguel del Angel, Texas A&M (209) Matt Seppanen, Northwestern (205) James McLean, Minnesota (212) Jon Mills, Kent State (202) John Klauk, Texas (212) Lee Williamson, Purdue (209) Brett Callas, Houston (207) John Holmes, Kentucky (214) Kalle Edberg, Augusta State (205) Jonathan Moore, OSU (205) Dawie Van Der Walt, Lamar (215) Dan Woltman, Wisconsin (215) Kevin Tway, OSU (214) Kevin Tway, OSU (216) Peter Uihlein, OSU (206) Kevin Tway, OSU (206) Albin Choi, NC State (203) Mario Clemens, SMU (213)


INDIVIDUAL REGIONAL FINISHES (TEAM FINISH IN PARENTHESES) 1989 (1st)

Stonebridge Ranch, McKinney, Tx 1. Kevin Wentworth T11. David White T14. Harry Rudolph T20. Bob May T25. Carl Suneson

1997 (1st) 74-68-72—214 79-72-71—222 80-71-72—223 77-73-74—224 79-74-72—225

1990 (1st)

Scarlet Course, Columbus, OH 1. Kevin Wentworth T7. Craig Hainline T21. Scott De Serrano T21. Bob May T36. David White

73-72-69—214 70-76-74—220 73-74-77—224 76-76-72—224 73-75-79—227

69-70-73—212 71-72-70—213 70-73-75—218 76-74-72—222 74-76-75—225

75-74-69—218 75-70-73—218 74-71-78—223 75-72-77—224 79-72-75—226

73-75-73—221 75-70-78—223 74-75-74—223 72-79-74—225 76-72-78—226

69-70-72—211 70-69-76—215 75-70-72—217 77-70-72—219 73-73-73—219

Victoria C.C., Victoria, TX 9. Anders Hultman T10. Charles Howell T21. Landry Mahan T40. Edward Loar T89. J.C. DeLeon Karsten Creek Golf Club, Stillwater, OK T13. Par Nilsson T16. Matt McQuillan T40. Anders Hultman T65. Boyd Summerhays T120. J.C. DeLeon Pleasant Valley C.C., Little Rock, AR T7. Hunter Mahan T12. Alex Norén T22. Par Nilsson T33. Anders Hultman T37. J. C. DeLeon

69-74-68—211 74-73-67—214 73-70-76—219 71-74-77—222 76-76-70—222

Colbert Hills, G.C., Manhattan, KS T5. Hunter Mahan T20. Zack Robinson T20. Pär Nilsson T33. Alex Norén T77. Chris Clarke

73-76-68—217 78-70-73—221 73-74-74—221 75-78-73—226 76-81-83—240

71-75-70—216 70-72-74—216 71-76-72—219 74-73-82—229 77-76-80—233

Sand Ridge Golf Club, Chardon, Ohio 1. Jonathan Moore 2. Zack Robinson T10. Pablo Martin T24. Trent Leon T24. Tyler Leon

69-69-67—205 71-66-71—208 70-76-69—215 70-76-73—219 71-74-74—219

Rich Harvest Farms, Sugar Grove, Ill. 19. Tyler Leon T29. Ryan Posey T44. Trent Leon T50. Jonathan Moore T105. Pablo Martin

75-73-75—223 81-72-74—227 77-81-72—230 75-77-79—231 79-78-84—241

2008 (2nd) 72-68-70—210 71-69-71—211 71-71-72—214 74-73-70—217 78-71-75—224

Scarlet Course, Columbus, Ohio 1. Kevin Tway T5. Trent Leon T20. Rickie Fowler T115. Mark Johnson T125. Trent Whitekiller

70-69-75—214 71-74-72—217 74-77-73—224 78-79-79—236 79-83-77—239

2009 (1st) 73-72-73—218 70-78-71—219 74-77-72—223 75-74-78—227 80-78-78—236

Karsten Creek, Stillwater, Okla. 1. Kevin Tway 2. Peter Uihlein 12. Rickie Fowler T13. Morgan Hoffmann T25. Trent Leon

74-72-70—216 72-70-75—217 75-75-74—224 77-72-77—226 75-76-77—228

2010 (1st) 73-69-72—214 74-70-72—216 70-72-77—219 70-75-76—221 75-70-77—222

Capital City Club, Alpharetta, Ga. 1. Peter Uihlein T3. Morgan Hoffman T17. Kevin Tway T17. Trent Whitekiller T34. Sean Einhaus

68-70-68—206 71-69-69—209 72-72-69—213 71-71-71—213 74-72-72—218

2011 (1st) 71-71-68—210 68-73-74—215 74-71-70—215 73-74-70—217 73-76-74—223

2004 (2nd)

Kampen Course, West Lafayette, Ind. T8. Tyler Leon T8. Casey Wittenberg T21. Alex Norén 37. Zack Robinson T91. Chris Clarke

65-70-71—206 72-74-72—218 73-70-75—218 72-74-75—221 74-69-78—221

2007 (6th)

2003 (1st)

1996 (6th)

Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor T6. Brian Guetz T6. Bo Van Pelt T19. Trip Kuehne T85. Kris Cox T103. T.J. Nance

69-73-72—214 79-69-68—216 70-73-75—218 75-72-74—221 78-72-72—222

2002 (T1st)

1995 (2nd)

Bentwater, Conroe, TX 1. Alan Bratton T6. Leif Westerberg T24. Kris Cox T36. Chris Tidland T36. Trip Kuehne

Scarlet Course, Columbus, OH T10. Charles Howell T27. Edward Loar T27. Landry Mahan T48. Anders Hultman T107. Peter Davidson

The Warren Course, South Bend, Ind. 2. Pablo Martin T36. Zack Robinson T36. Alex Norén T56. Ryan Posey T56. Tyler Leon

2006 (1st)

2001 (6th)

1994 (3rd)

OKC G. & C.C., Oklahoma City, OK 5. Alan Bratton T21. Leif Westerberg T28. Kris Cox T45. Trip Kuehne T45. Chris Tidland

Oak Hills C.C., San Antonio, TX T19. Edward Loar T25. Charles Howell T34. Bo Van Pelt T58. Boyd Summerhays T66. Landry Mahan

2000 (3rd)

1993 (3rd)

Scarlet Course, Columbus, OH T18. Chris Tidland T23. Kris Cox T23. Bill Hoefle T37. Alan Bratton T43. Brandon Knight

73-68-68—209 68-69-73—210 74-72-65—211 75-70-69—214 75-71-74—220

1999 (4th)

1992 (3rd)

Stonebridge C.C., McKinney, TX T11. Chris Tidland T11. Jaxon Brigman T31. Alan Bratton T34. Craig Hainline T42. Bill Hoefle

2005 (2nd)

1998 (T7th)

1991 (2nd)

Hillcrest C.C., Bartlesville, OK T2. Kevin Wentworth T6. Scott De Serrano T15. Bob May T35. Craig Hainline T56. Jaxon Brigman

Jimmie Austin C.C., Norman, OK T1. Bo Van Pelt T3. Leif Westerberg T6. Brian Guetz T11. Edward Loar T41. Landry Mahan

Colorado National, Erie, Colo. 1. Kevin Tway 3. Talor Gooch T4. Sean Einhaus T9. Peter Uihlein 13. Morgan Hoffmann

72-65-69—206 70-71-68—209 66-71-73—210 70-68-74—212 70-71-72—213

2012 (8th) 73-73-75—221 69-74-78—221 70-77-77—224 76-74-78—228 75-80-82—237

U-M Golf Course, Ann Arbor, Mich. T7. Patrick Winther T31. Talor Gooch T38. Sean Einhaus T49. Ian Davis T56. Tanner Kesterson

70-66-72—208 73-72-71—216 76-69-75—220 75-76-72—223 72-77-76—225

2013 (4th)

Blessings Golf Club, Fayetteville, Ark. T5. Kevin Dougherty T10. Jordan Niebrugge T14. Ian Davis T32. Talor Gooch 65. Patrick Winther

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73-73-70—216 67-78-74—219 72-71-77—220 74-82-71—227 81-82-81—244


SCOTT VERPLANK WON THE 1985 WESTERN OPEN TO BECOME THE FIRST AMATEUR IN 29 YEARS TO WIN A PGA TOUR EVENT.

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES IN A SEASON

TOURNAMENT RECORDS LOW 18

1. 1. 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8.

62 62 62 63 63 63 63 63 63 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64

Morgan Hoffmann, Fr., Southern Highlands Jonathan Moore, So., Hawaii-Hilo Hunter Mahan, U.S. Collegiate Rickie Fowler, Fr., Fighting Illini Inv. Alex Norén, Sr., Maxwell Anders Hultman, Jr., Golf World Charles Howell, Jr., NCAA Leif Westerberg, Sr., Jerry Pate Lindy Miller, Sr., Labron Harris Kevin Tway, Sr., Augusta St. Inv. Craig Hainline, Fr., Big Eight Kevin Wentworth, Jr., John Burns Bob Tway, Sr., Wheatshocker Rafael Alarcon, Jr., All-College Lindy Miller, Jr., All-College Casey Wittenberg, Fr., Jerry Pate Zack Robinson, Jr., Maxwell Tyler Leon, So., Waikoloa Tyler Leon, So., Hall of Fame Pablo Martin, So., Preview Jonathan Moore, Fr., The Maxwell Kevin Tway, Sr., Augusta St.

(S09) (S07) (S02) (F07) (S05) (F00) (S00) (F96) (S78) (S11) (S90) (S90) (S81) (F78) (F76) (F03) (S04) (S05) (S05) (F05) (S06) (S11)

LOW 54 1. 195 Jonathan Moore, So., Hawaii-Hilo 1. 195 Tyler Leon, So., Waikoloa 1. 195 Anders Hultman, Jr., Golf World 4. 196* Charles Howell, Jr., NCAA 4. 196 Jonathan Moore, Fr., The Maxwell 6. 198 Alex Norén, Sr., Waikoloa 7. 199 Ryan Posey, So., Waikoloa 7. 199 Lindy Miller, Sr., Labron Harris 7. 199 Lindy Miller, Jr., All-College 7. 199 Kevin Tway, Puerto Rico 7. 200 Charles Howell, Jr., Big 12 10. 201 Charles Howell, Jr., Jerry Pate 10. 201 Scott Verplank, Jr., Rafael Alarcon 10. 201 Willie Wood, Jr., Pan American 10. 201 Bob Tway, Jr., Pan American 10. 201 Rafael Alarcon, Jr., All-College * shot in a 72-hole event

(S07) (S05) (F00) (S00) (S06) (S05) (S05) (S78) (F76) (S10) (S00) (F99) (S85) (S82) (S80) (F78)

LOW 72 1. 2. 2. 2. 5. 5. 5. 8. 8. 10. 10. 10. 10.

265 276 276 276 278 278 278 279 279 280 280 280 280

Charles Howell, Jr., NCAA Morgan Hoffmann, Fr., Big 12 Alan Bratton, Jr., NCAA Jonathan Moore, Fr., NCAA Hunter Mahan, So., NCAA Scott Verplank, So., All-American Tommy Moore, Sr., NCAA Rickie Fowler, Fr., Big 12 Lindy Miller, Sr., All-American Morgan Hoffmann, Jr., Big 12 Brian Watts, Jr., NCAA Willie Wood, Sr., Southwestern Britt Harrison, Jr., All-American

(S00) (S09) (S94) (S06) (S02) (S84) (S84) (S08) (S78) (S11) (S87) (F82) (S78)

1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2.

3, Jonathan Moore, 2006 2, Kevin Wentworth, 1989 2, Michael Bradley, 1988 2, Brian Watts, 1987 2, Michael Bradley, 1987 2, Scott Verplank, 1986 2, Scott Verplank, 1984 2, Willie Wood, 1983 2, Willie Wood, 1982 2, Bob Tway, 1981 2, Bob Tway, 1979 2, Lindy Miller, 1978 2, Lindy Miller, 1977 2, Jaime Gonzalez, 1975 2, Tom Jones, 1975 2, Charles Howell, 2000 2, Hunter Mahan, 2003

(Maxwell, Regional, NCAA) (Big Eight/NCAA Regional) (All-American/Sun Devil) (Oak Tree/NCAA) (Chris Schenkel/Big Eight) (Midwest Fall Harvey Penick) (Chris Schenkel Big Eight) (Fresno/Southwestern) (Chris Schenkel/Big Eight) (Wheatshocker/Chris Schenkel) (Southern/Big Eight) (Labron Harris/Big Eight) (Sun Devil/Big Eight) (Mike McKenzie/Oklahoma Intercollegiate) (Four States/Sooner Invitiational) (Big 12, The Maxwell) (Big 12, The Maxwell)

MOST VICTORIES BY CLASS

Freshman - 3 victories Morgan Hoffmann, 2009 Jonathan Moore, 2006 Freshman - 2 victories Rickie Fowler, 2008 Pablo Martin, 2004 Edward Loar, 1997 Alan Bratton, 1992 Craig Hainline, 1990 Brian Watts, 1987 Tracy Phillips, 1982 Lindy Miller, 1975 Jaime Gonzalez, 1974 Sophomore - 3 victories Peter Uihlein, 2010 Hunter Mahan, 2002 Kevin Wentworth, 1989 Scott Verplank, 1984 Tom Jones, 1975 Junior - 4 victories Charles Howell, 2000 Michael Bradley, 1987 Wille Wood, 1982 Lindy Miller, 1977 Senior - 4 victories Scott Verplank, 1986

MOST VICTORIES THRU...

Sophomore - 4 victories Peter Uihlein, 2010 (1 as Fr., 3 as So.) Jonathan Moore, 2007 (3 as Fr., 1 as So.) Pablo Martin, 2006 (2 as Fr., 2 as So.) Brian Watts, 1986 (2, 2) Lindy Miller, 1976 (2, 2) Tom Jones, 1975 (1, 3) Jaime Gonzalez, 1975 (2, 2) Junior - 8 victories Lindy Miller, 1977 (2 as Fr., 2 as So., 4 as Jr.) Senior - 11 victories Lindy Miller, 1978 (2 as Fr., 2 as So., 4 as Jr., 3 as Sr.)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Year 1973-1974 1974-1975 1975-1976 1976-1977 1977-1978 1978-1979 1979-1980 1980-1981 1981-1982 1982-1983 1983-1984 1984-1985 1985-1986 1986-1987 1987-1988 1988-1989 1989-1990 1990-1991 1991-1992 1992-1993 1993-1994 1994-1995 1995-1996 1996-1997 1997-1998 1998-1999 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

SCORING AVERAGE

Player, Class Tom Jones, Fr. Jamie Gonzalez, So. Lindy Miller, So. Lindy Miller, Jr. Lindy Miller, Sr. Bob Tway, So. Bob Tway, Jr. Bob Tway, Sr. Willie Wood, Jr. Tommy Moore, Jr. Scott Verplank, So. Scott Verplank, Jr. Scott Verplank, Sr. Michael Bradley, Jr. Michael Bradley, Sr. Kevin Wentworth, So. Kevin Wentworth, Jr. Kevin Wentworth, Sr. Alan Bratton, Fr. Chris Tidland, So. Alan Bratton, Jr. Alan Bratton, Sr. Leif Westerberg, Jr. Edward Loar, Fr. Charles Howell, Fr. Charles Howell, So. Charles Howell, Jr. Anders Hultman, Jr. Hunter Mahan, So. Hunter Mahan, Jr. Casey Wittenberg, Fr. Pablo Martin, Fr. Pablo Martin, So. Pablo Martin, Jr. Rickie Fowler, Fr. Morgan Hoffmann, Fr. Peter Uihlein, So. Peter Uihlein, Jr. Talor Gooch, So. Ian Davis, Jr.

Avg. 73.12 72.72 71.56 71.77 70.77 73.20 72.20 70.69 71.59 72.16 71.44 71.27 71.59 70.94 72.33 72.19 72.00 72.84 72.97 72.64 71.28 71.57 73.72 72.13 72.10 71.68 69.57 71.44 70.51 70.62 71.58 71.20 70.65 72.18 71.11 71.82 72.15 70.89 72.65 72.27

CAREER RECORDS

CAREER SCORING AVERAGE (MIN. 2 SEASONS)

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

70.57 71.15 71.40 71.60 71.63 71.88 71.95 71.96 72.03 72.18 72.18

Hunter Mahan (76-5,363) Charles Howell (116-8,253) Pablo Martin (96-6,854) Rickie Fowler (74-5,298) Scott Verplank (148-10,602) Jonathan Moore (64-4,600) Lindy Miller (134-9,642) Peter Uihlein (88-6,332) Edward Loar (154-11,093) Willie Wood (154.5-11,152) Morgan Hoffmann (113-8,156)

MOST VICTORIES IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 4.

11 9 8 7 7 7

Lindy Miller, 1975-78 Scott Verplank, 1983-86 Willie Wood, 1980-83 Alan Bratton, 1992-95 Kevin Wentworth, 1988-91 Brian Watts, 1985-88

MISCELLANEOUS INDIVIDUAL STATS Most Top 10 Finishes in a Row Most Top 5 Finishes in a Row Most Top 3 Finishes in a Row Most Top 2 Finishes in a Row Most Rounds Par or Better (career) Most Rounds Par or Better (season) Most Rounds in a row Par or Better Most Tournaments in a Row Under Par Most Rounds in the 60’s (season) Most Consecutive Rounds in the 60’s Most Consecutive Rounds Under Par

16 10 6 6 73 32 14 9 20 7 10

Lindy Miller Lindy Miller Peter Uihlein Peter Uihlein Charles Howell Charles Howell (2000) Charles Howell Hunter Mahan Charles Howell (2000) Charles Howell, Jonathan Moore Hunter Mahan, Jonathan Moore

Lindy Miller

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ALL-TIME MOST ROUNDS IN THE 60s Charles Howell Edward Loar Alan Bratton Anders Hultman Tyler Leon Pablo Martin Hunter Mahan Lindy Miller Kevin Tway Scott Verplank Chris Tidland Brian Watts Kevin Wentworth Leif Westerberg Willie Wood Morgan Hoffmann Michael Bradley Trent Leon Peter Uihlein Alex Norén Bo Van Pelt Zack Robinson Bob Tway Jonathan Moore Kris Cox Andy Dillard Rickie Fowler

42 35 34 34 32 31 30 30 29 29 28 27 27 26 26 25 24 23 23 21 21 20 20 19 18 18 18 The Cowboys produced three first-team All-Americans in 2011 with Peter Uihlein, Kevin Tway and Morgan Hoffmann all earning the distinction.

Charles Howell

Tommy Moore David Edwards Pär Nilsson Rafael Alarcon Jaime Gonzalez Landry Mahan Bob May Ryan Posey Talor Gooch ` Tim Fleming Britt Harrison E.J. Pfister Tracy Phillips Trip Kuehne Jeff Walser Scott De Serrano Sean Einhaus Tom Jones Craig Hainline Jordan Niebrugge Trent Whitekiller Jaxon Brigman Chris Clarke Brian Guetz Brandon Knight Carl Suneson Ian Davis J.C. DeLeon Eric Evans Brian Montgomery Kevin Whipple

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18 16 16 15 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 10 10 10 9 9 9 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

Casey Wittenberg Kevin Dougherty Matt McQuillan John O’Niell Jeff Maggert Kirk Maynord Jeff McMillian Boyd Summerhays Drew Page Dayton Rose Tom Sieckman Peter Davidson Bill Hoefle Tanner Kesterson Greg Robertson Harry Rudolph Jay Tewell David White Patrick Winther Jim Woodward Wyndham Clark Mike Clayton Billy deTournillon Brad Gehl Brent Goodger Kirk Goss Mark Johnson Sam Lee Steve Thompson Philip Walton

6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1


YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATISTICS # of Tourn. 15 15 12 12 13 12 14 12 13 14 12 15 16 15 13 14 15 17 15 16 16 16 15 15 14 13 12 12 13 15 14 14 13 13 14 12 13 13 12 14

Year 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 99-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Conf. Place 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 4th 1st 5th 2nd 2nd 3rd 1st 4th 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 6th 2nd

NCAA Place 5th 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 4th 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 4th 4th 1st 3rd 12th 5th 1st 8th 5th 4th 2nd 1st 24th 16th 2nd 13th 15th 1st 15th 4th 5th 2nd 3rd — 14th

Team 1st 7 9 8 9 9 4 7 5 7 9 3 5 10 9 6 5 8 5 0 3 8 9 5 6 2 1 3 0 3 5 2 7 5 3 3 5 5 8 0 1

Team 2nd 2 2 3 2 4 4 2 4 4 2 7 6 4 3 5 3 3 3 6 3 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 3 3 2 2 5 2 5 2 1 2

Worst Finish 8th 7th 4th 3rd 2nd 3rd 8th 4th 8th 6th 3rd 12th 8th 7th 5th 12th 5th 10th 12th 12th 5th 6th 8th 11th 10th 9th 9th 24th 16th 10th 13th 15th 10th 15th 9th 10th 11th 5th 10th 10th

Individual Champs 5 9 4 8 7 4 3 5 7 5 4 4 7 7 5 4 6 2 3 0 5 7 5 5 1 2 5 3 4 3 0 3 5 2 4 7 5 6 0 1

TEAM SEASON RECORDS MOST VICTORIES 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 8. 8. 8. 8.

10, 9, 9, 9, 9, 9, 9, 8, 8, 8, 8,

1985-86 1994-95 1986-87 1982-83 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 2010-11 1993-94 1989-90 1974-75

CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES 1. 2. 2. 4. 4. 6. 6. 6. 6.

7, 6, 6, 5, 5, 4, 4, 4, 4,

1986-87 1974-75 1975-76 1994-95 1976-77 1985-86 1982-83 1980-81 1976-77

INDIVIDUAL VICTORIES IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 7. 8.

9, 8, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 6, 5,

1974-75 1976-77 2008-09 1994-95 1986-87 1985-86 1981-82 1977-78 1989-90 11 times

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MOST ALL-AMERICANS IN A SEASON 1. 1. 1. 1. 5.

5 in 1994-95 5 in 1993-94 5 in 1989-90 5 in 1987-88 4 on 13 occasions (most recently 2008-09)

MOST FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS IN A SEASON 1. 1. 2.

3 in 2010-11 3 in 1986-87 2 on 10 occasions (most recently 2008-09)


TEAM TITLES SINCE 1973 21 11 10 10 9 8 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2

Big Eight Conference (1974, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 93, 94, 95, 96) Morris Williams at Austin, Texas (1976, 78, 79, 82, 87, 90, 91, 94, 03, 06, 09) NCAA Championship (1976, 78, 80, 83, 87, 91, 95, 2000, 06) The Maxwell at Ardmore, Okla. (1996, 97, 98, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08) Big 12 Championship at various sites(1997, 98, 2000, 05, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11) All-American at Houston, Texas (1976, 77, 78, 80, 81, 83, 87, 88) Wheatshocker Intercollegiate at Wichita, Kan. (1974, 75, 76, 77, 78, 81, 82) The Preview at various sites (1989, 98, 05, 08, 10, 11) Chris Schenkel at Statesboro, Ga. (1980, 81, 82, 83, 84, 87) John Burns Intercollegiate at Honolulu, Hawaii (1988, 90, 93, 94, 95, 97) NCAA Central Regional (1989, 90, 97, 02, 03, 06) Harvey Penick at Austin, Texas (1973, 76, 77, 81, 85) All-College at Oklahoma City, Okla. (1974, 78, 79, 81, 82) Jerry Pate Intercollegiate at Birmingham, Ala. (1992, 96, 01, 03) Red River Classic at Dallas, Texas (1988, 93, 94, 99) Pan American at Monterrey, Mexico (1977, 79, 80, 82) Sun Devil Classic at Phoenix, Ariz. (1974, 77, 83, 88) Golf World-Palmetto Dunes at Hilton Head, S.C. (1986, 89, 93, 94) Rafael Alarcon at Guadalajara, Mexico (1981, 83, 85, 86) Cowboy Intercollegiate at Stillwater, Okla. (1974, 75, 76) Oklahoma Intercollegiate at Shawnee, Okla. (1974, 75, 76) Southwestern Intercollegiate at Los Angeles, Calif. (1982, 85, 87) Henry Homberg at Beaumont, Texas (1984, 85, 86) UNLV-Rebel Classic at Las Vegas, Nev. (1984, 85, 88) Big Island Classic at Hilo, Hawaii (1991, 95, 96) Sooner Invitational at Norman, Okla. (1974, 75) Japan-US Friendship Tournament at Tokyo, Japan (1984, 87) Ping/Tour Tulsa at Tulsa, Okla. (1988, 93) Ping/Arizona at Tucson, Ariz. (1994, 95)

The Cowboys claimed the team title at The Maxwell in 2004, a win which was part of seven-straight victories at the event for OSU spanning 2002-2008.

2004 Ping/Golfweek Preview Champions: (Back row] Assistant Coach Alan Bratton, Tyler Leon, Alex Norén, Head Coach Mike Holder, [front row] Zack Robinson, Pablo Martin, Zac Reynolds.

1979 All-College Champions: (Back row] Kirk Maynard, Rafael Alarcon, Bob Tway, Eric Evans. [front row] Willie Wood, Coach Mike Holder and Jeff Walser. 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Callaway Golf Match Play at various sites (2005, 07) Golf Digest at The Woodlands, Texas (1990, 95) Hall of Fame Invitational at Houston, Texas (2005, 06) Texas A&M Invitational at College Station, Texas (2005, 09) Las Vegas Collegiate at Las Vegas, Nev. (2003, 11) Mike McKenzie Intercollegiate at Honolulu, Hawaii (1979) Four States Intercollegiate at Texarkana, Texas (1975) Mike McKenzie Intercollegiate at Princeville, Hawaii (1975) New Mexico State Intercollegiate at Las Cruces, N.M. (1976) River City Intercollegiate at Memphis, Tenn. (1976) Bing Crosby Intercollegiate at Guadalajara, Mexico (1977) Aztec Intercollegiate at San Diego, Calif. (1977) Jim Corbett Invitational at Baton Rouge, La. (1977) Pinehurst Intercollegiate at Pinehurst, N.C. (1978) Labron Harris, Sr. Intercollegiate at Stillwater, Okla. (1978) Iron Duke Intercollegiate at Durham, N.C. (1980) Fresno-Pepsi Classic at Fresno, Calif. (1982) KU Fall Intercollegiate at Lawrence, Kan. (1983) Honda Fall Coaches Classic at Miami, Fla. (1985) Midwest Fall Classic at Tan-Tar-A, Mo. (1985) Border Olympics, at Laredo, Texas (1986) Louisiana Classic at Lafayette, La. (1986) Buckeye Fall Classic at Columbus, Ohio (1986) Oak Tree Shootout at Edmond, Okla. (1987) Oak Tree Intercollegiate at Edmond, Okla. (1987) Butler National at Chicago, Ill. (1989) Kansas Invitational at Kansas City, Mo. (1990) Ping/Intercollegiate at Cary, N.C. (1994) Tucker Invitational at Albuquerque, N.M. (1994) Missouri Bluffs at St. Charles, Mo. (1996) Mauna Kea Intercollegiate at Mauna Kea, Hawaii (1996) Bridges All-American at Bay St. Louis, Miss. (1997) Puerto Rico Classic at San Juan P.R. (2003) Taylor Made / Waikoloa at Hilo, Hawaii (2005) Fighting Illini Inv. at Olympia Fields, Ill. (2007) Linger Longer Invitational, at Greensboro, Ga. (2009) Isleworth Collegiate, at Windermere, Fla. (2009) NCAA South Central Regional at Stillwater, Okla.(2009) NCAA Southeast Regional, at Alpharetta, Ga. (2010) Jack Nicklaus Invitational, Columbus, Ohio (2010) Ameri Ari Invitational, Waikoloa, Hawaii (2011) Oregon Duck Invitational, Eugene, Ore. (2011) Augusta State Invitational, Augusta, Ga. (2011) NCAA Colorado Regional, at Erie, Colo. (2011) Royal Oaks Intercollegiate at Dallas, Texas (2012) TOTAL — 209 victories in 541 tournaments entered.

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TEAM TITLES IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER YEAR (Fall or Spring) Tournament, Score (Winning Margin) For consecutive wins, next win is marked with an asterisk. “P” denotes playoff.

1973-74

(Fall) Harvey Penick, 867 (+8) (Spring) Cowboy Invitational, 598 (+2) * Sooner Invitational, 595 (+5) Oklahoma Intercollegiate, 875 (+27) * Wheatshocker Invitational, 587 (+10) Sun Devil Intercollegiate, 1087 (+6) * Big Eight Championship, 886 (+8)

1974-75

(Fall) All-College, 849 (+6) (Spring) Four States Invitational, 1185 (+10) * Sooner Invitational, 888 (+10) * Cowboy Invitational, 567 (+21) Mike McKenzie Intercollegiate, 588 (+12) * Mike McKenzie Invitational, 893 (+6) * Oklahoma Intercollegiate, 876 (P) * Wheatshocker Invitational, 606 (+15) Big Eight Championship, 876 (+26)

1975-76

(Fall) Won Dual with OU, 22-9 (Spring) New Mexico State Invitational, 877 (+11) * Morris Williams, 852 (+10) * Oklahoma Intercollegiate, 864 (+15) * Wheatshocker Invitational, 871 (+15) * All-American Intercollegiate, 1152 (+9) * Cowboy Invitational, 604 (+2) Big Eight Championship, 878 (+45) * NCAA Championship, 1166 (+7)

1977-78

1981-82

Jim Corbett Invitational, 1067 (+10) * Harvey Penick Invitational, 1095 (+13) (Spring) Pinehurst Intercollegiate, 1105 (+21) * Morris Williams, 870 (+13) Wheatshocker, 872 (+1) * All-American Intercollegiate, 1134 (+11) Labron Harris Sr. Invitational, 1032 (+43) * Big Eight Championship, 858 (+49) * NCAA Championship, 1140 (+17)

All-College, 853 (+8) Harvey Penick, 1092 (+2) (Spring) * Pan American, 853 (+4) Morris Williams, 578 (+4) Wheatshocker, 886 (+18) * Chris Schenkel, 860 (+13) * Big Eight Championship, 870 (+16)

(Fall)

(Fall)

1982-83 (Fall)

1978-79 (Fall)

All-College, 851 (+6) OSU won dual vs. OU, 13.5-2.5 (Spring) Pan American, 877 (+5) Morris Williams, 887 (+4) Big Eight Championship, 888 (+27)

1979-80 (Fall)

All-College, 838 (P) (Spring) Pan American, 849 (+16) Iron Duke Classic, 1066 (+7) All-American, 1147 (+5) Chris Schenkel Intercollegiate, 862 (P) * Big Eight Championship, 868 (+23) * NCAA Championship, 1173 (+4)

All-College, 836 (+26) Fresno-Pepsi Classic, 573 (+9) * Southwestern Intercollegiate, 1143 (+3) (Spring) Rafael Alarcon Intercollegiate, 861 (+3) All-American, 1156 (+4) * Chris Schenkel, 862 (+1) * Sun Devil-Thunderbird, 183 (+15) * Big Eight Championship, 888 (+13) NCAA Championship, 1161 (+7)

1983-84 (Fall)

Kansas Fall Invitational, 884 (+28) (Spring) Henry Homberg, 850 (+7) Chris Schenkel Invitational, 854 (+2)

1984-85 (Fall)

1980-81

(Spring) Rafael Alarcon, 878 (P) All-American, 1171 (+7) * Wheatshocker, 855 (+19) * Chris Schenkel, 861 (+9) * Big Eight Championship, 857 (+7)

Japan-U.S. Friendship, 880 (+11) UNLV Rebel Classic, 860 (+18) (Spring) Henry Homberg, 288 (+3) Rafael Alarcon, 853 (+4) Big Eight Championship, 869 (+19)

1976-77 (Fall)

River City Invitational, 866 (+1) * Harvey Penick, 1100 (+19) (Spring) * Pan American Invitational, 859 (+35) * Bing Crosby Collegiate, 1169 (+16) * Aztec Invitational, 885 (+2) Wheatshocker, 877 (+15) * All-American Invitational, 1162 (+4) * Sun Devil Classic, 1046 (+34) * Big Eight Championship, 895 (+21)

1985 Southwestern Intercollegiate Champions

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TEAM TITLES IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER 1985-86 (Fall)

1988-89

1993-94

Red River Classic, 837 (+20) * Ping/Tour Tulsa, 886 (+2) UNLV/McDonald’s Classic, 881 (+8) (Spring) Big Eight Championship, 875 (P) * Central Regional, 880 (T)

Red River Classic, 852 (+1) * Tulsa Invitational, 865 (+12) Golf World/Palmetto Dunes, 841 (+6) (Spring) * Ping/Arizona, 834 (+1) John Burns, 840 (+3) Morris Williams, 875 (+1) * Ping/Intercollegiate, 861 (+2) Big Eight Championship, 883 (+5)

(Fall)

Honda Golf Classic, 870 (+3) Southwestern Intercollegiate, 898 (+12) * Midwest Fall Classic, 562 (+25) * Harvey Penick Intercollegiate, 1054 (+18) * UNLV Rebel Classic, 840 (+51) (Spring) Border Olympics, 864 (+6) * Rafael Alarcon, 839 (+3) * Louisiana Classic, 1097 (+9) * Henry Homberg, 849 (+3) Big Eight Championship, 866 (+6)

1986-87 (Fall)

Buckeye Fall Classic, 885 (+21) Golf World-Palmetto Dunes, 853 (+9) (Spring) Oak Tree Shootout, 560 (+31) * Morris Williams, 1088 (+24) * All-American Intercollegiate, 877 (+3) * Chris Schenkel, 848 (+4) * Big Eight Championship, 837 (+5) * Oak Tree Intercollegiate, 830 (+14) * NCAA Championship, 1160 (+16)

1987-88 (Fall)

U.S.-Japan Friendship Match, 867 (+16) * Southwestern Intercollegiate, 868 (+6) (Spring) John Burns Intercollegiate, 853 (+8) All-America Intercollegiate, 838 (+31) * Sun Devil Intercollegiate, 714 (+17) * Big Eight Championship, 861 (+14)

1989-90 (Fall)

The Preview, 569 (+5) * Butler National, 898 (+4) Golf World/Palmetto Dunes, 859 (+3) (Spring) John Burns, 839 (+18) * Golf Digest Collegiate, 871 (-2) * Morris Williams, 863 (+5) Big Eight Championship, 849 (+31) Central Regional, 878 (+7)

1990-91 (Fall)

Kansas Invitational, 298 (+6) (Spring) Big Island Classic, 886 (+10) Morris Williams, 858 (+14) Big Eight Championship, 889 (+28) NCAA Championship, 1161 (+7)

1992-93 (Fall)

Jerry Pate National, 867 (+7) (Spring) John Burns Invitational, 847 (+4) Big Eight Championship, 888 (+1)

(Fall)

1994-95 (Fall)

Tucker Invitational, 864 (+10) Red River, 846 (+4) Golf World, 852 (+1) (Spring) * Ping/Arizona, 841 (+2) * Big Island, 855 (+1) * John Burns, 573 (+3) * Golf Digest, 860 (+18) Big Eight Championship, 858 (+22) NCAA Championship, 1156 (P)

1995-96 (Fall)

Missouri Bluffs, 850 (+6) (Spring) Mauna Kea, 857 (+4) * Big Island, 911 (+7) Big Eight Championship, 895 (P) * The Maxwell, 861 (+6)

1996-97 (Fall)

Jerry Pate Intercoll., 857 (+1) (Spring) Burns Intercoll., 841 (+13) * Bridges All-American, 849 (+12) Big 12 Championship, 882 (+10) * The Maxwell, 853 (+7) * NCAA Central Regional, 843 (+10)

1997-98

(Spring) Big 12 Championship, 898 (+58) * The Maxwell, 858 (+18)

1998-99 (Fall)

Ping-Golfweek Preview, 880 (+8)

1999-2000 (Fall)

Taylor Made Red River Classic, 813 (-51) (Spring) Big 12 Championship, 851 (+11) NCAA Championship, 1116 (-36)

1993 John Burns Champions - Alan Bratton, Kris Cox, Chris Tidland, Craig Hainline and Bill Hoefle.

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TEAM TITLES IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER 2001-2002 (Fall)

Jerry Pate Intercollegiate, 851 (-1) (Spring) The Maxwell, 853 (+13) * NCAA Central Regional, 865 (+1)

2002-2003

(Spring) Puerto Rico Classic, 862 (-2) * Las Vegas Collegiate, 856 (-8) * Morris Williams, 842 (-22) The Maxwell, 829 (-11) * NCAA Central Regional, 856 (-8)

2003-2004 (Fall)

Jerry Pate Intercollegiate, 818 (-34) (Spring) The Maxwell, 833 (-7)

2004-2005 (Fall)

The 2003 Cowboys erased a 10-shot deficit during the final round of the Toyota Men’s Collegiate Championship in Las Vegas, vaulting themselves from eighth place to their second of three consecutive victories on the season with an eightunder-par team total of 856.

Ping/Golfweek Preview, 848 (+8) Hooters Match Play (4-0) (Spring) # Waikoloa Invitational, 801 (-63) Hall of Fame Invitational, 846 (-18) * Texas A&M Invitational, 870 (+6) * Big 12 Championship, 868 (+4) * The Maxwell, 815 (-25)

2006-2007

2008-2009

Callaway Golf (4-0) (Spring) * Big 12 Championship, 866 (+26) * The Maxwell, 780 (-60)

Ping/Golfweek Preview, 843 (-9) (Spring) Morris Williams Intercollegiate, 863 (+11) * Aggie Invitational, 714 (-6) * Big 12 Championship, 1,149 (+29) * NCAA South Central Regional, 881 (+17)

2005-2006

(Fall)

(Spring) * Hall of Fame Invitational, 880 (+16) * Morris Williams, 850 (-14) * The Maxwell, 785 (-55) * NCAA Central Regional, 845 (-7) * NCAA Championship, 1,143 (-9)

(Fall)

2007-2008 Fighting Illini Invitational, 857 (+17) (Spring) * Big 12 Championship, 1,141 (-11) * The Maxwell, 809 (-31)

(Fall)

2009-2010 (Fall)

* Ping/Golfweek Invitational, 862 (-2) * Isleworth Collegiate Invitational, 881 (+17) (Spring) Linger Longer Invitational, 865 (+1) * Big 12 Championship, 1,133 (-19) * NCAA Southeast Regional, 841 (+1)

2010-2011 (Fall)

* Ping/Golfweek Preview, 878 (+14) * Jack Nicklaus Invitational, 864 (+24) (Spring) Ameri Ari Invitational, 830 (-34) * Southern Highlands Collegiate, 863 (-1) * Oregon Duck Invitational, 848 (-16) * Augusta State Invitational, 848 (-16) * Big 12 Championship, 1,139 (+19) * NCAA Colorado Regional, 833 (-31)

2012-2013 (Fall)

Royal Oaks Intercollegiate at Dallas, Texas (2012) # New NCAA Record

Oklahoma State captured its 21st Big 8 Crown under Mike Holder in 1996. Team Members were: (back row) Leif Westerberg, Greg Robertson, Coach Holder, and Brian Guetz. (front row) Trip Kuehne and Kris Cox.

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ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL MEDALISTS Since tournament competition took over from match play in the early 1970s, Oklahoma State has seen 48 different players win medalist honors at various tournaments, including 30 multiple-event winners. In all, those 48 players have captured a total of 154 individual titles. While Scott Verplank is the most decorated player in OSU history, he is behind three-time All-American Lindy Miller in the number of medalist trophies won by Cowboy players. Here is the complete list: 11 - LINDY MILLER Ft. Worth, Texas (Arlington Hts.) S75 - Four States Invitational (292) [tie] S75 - Cowboy Invitational (140) S76 - Morris Williams (208) S76 - Big Eight Championship (217) F76 - All-College (199) [tourn. record] S77 - Bing Crosby Intercollegiate (287) S77 - Sun Devil-Thunderbird (203) S77 - Big Eight Championship (220) F77 - Harvey Penick (212) S78 - Labron Harris, Sr. Inter. (199) S78 - Big Eight Championship (212)

7 - ALAN BRATTON College Station, Texas (A&M Consol.) S92 - Big Island Classic (220) S92 - Big Eight Championship (210) S94 - Ping/Arizona (203) S94 - Morris Williams (210) S95 - Golf Digest (213) [tie] S95 - Big Eight (211) [tie] S95 - Central Regional (211)

9 - SCOTT VERPLANK Dallas, Texas (White) F83 - Kansas Fall Classic (217) S84 - Chris Schenkel (208) S84 - Big Eight Championship (220) S85 - Crown Colony (139) S85 - Rafael Alarcon Intercollegiate (201) F85 - Grandfather Mountain Inter. (217) F85 - Midwest Fall Classic (140) F85 - Harvey Penick (204) S86 - NCAA Championship (282) 8 - WILLIE WOOD Tucson, Ariz. (Sabino) S81 - All-American Intercollegiate (283) F81 - Morton Braswell Intercollegiate (220) S82 - Pan American (201) [tourn. record] S82 - Chris Schenkel (212) S82 - Big Eight Championship (211) F82 - Fresno-Pepsi Classic (141) [tie] F82 - Southwestern (280) S83 - Sun Devil-Thunderbird (211)

7 - BRIAN WATTS Carrollton, Texas (Carrollton) F84 - US-Japan Friendship Match (216) S85 - Morris Williams (205) [tourn record] F85 - Southwestern Inter. (222) S86 - Big Eight Championship (211) S87 - Morris Williams (211) S87 - Oak Tree Intercollegiate (206) S87 - NCAA Championship (280) 7 - KEVIN WENTWORTH Manteca, Calif. (Manteca) F88 - UNLV Rebel Classic (211) S89 - Big Eight Championship (210) S89 - NCAA Regional (214) S90 - John Burns (205) S90 - Big Eight Championship (211) S90 - NCAA Regional (214) F90 - Kansas Invitational (71) 6 - MICHAEL BRADLEY Valrico, Fla. (Valrico) F86 - Buckeye Fall Classic (214) F86 - Golf World/Palmetto Dunes (207) S87 - Oak Tree Shootout (135) S87 - Big Eight Championship (206) S88 - All-American (209) S88 - Sun Devil (141)

Morgan Hoffmann 6 - TOM JONES Tulsa, Okla. (Rogers) S74 - Border Olympics (282) S75 - Four States Inter. (292) [tie] S75 - Sooner Invitational (218) S75 - Big Eight Championship (217) S76 - New Mexico State Inter. (211) F76 - River City Intercollegiate (209) 6 - HUNTER MAHAN McKinney, Texas (McKinney) F01 - Jerry Pate (205) S02 - Ping Arizona (203) S02 - U.S. Collegiate (204) S03 - Morris Williams (202) S03 - Big 12 Championship (208) S03 - The Maxwell (204) 6 - BOB TWAY Marietta, Ga. (Wheeler) S79 - Southern Intercollegiate (211) S79 - Big Eight Championship (215) S80 - Pan American (201) [tourn. record] S81 - Rafael Alarcon (207) S81 - Wheatshocker Intercollegiate (207) S81 - Chris Schenkel (207) 6 - PETER UIHLEIN Bradenton, Fla. (Pendleton) S09 - Gaillardia Intercollegiate (148) F09 - Ping/Golfweek Invitational (211) F09 - Gifford Collegiate (202) S10 - NCAA Southeast Regional (206) F10 - Fighting Illini Invitational (204) S11 - Aggie Invitational (210)

Pablo Martin

5 - MORGAN HOFFMANN Wyckoff, N.J. (Ramapo) F08 - Ping/Golfweek Preview (207) S09 - Morris Williams (212) S09 - Big 12 Championship (276) S11 - Southern Highlands (206) S11 - Big 12 Championship (280)

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5 - KEVIN TWAY Edmond, Okla. (North) S08 - NCAA Central Regional (214) S09 - NCAA South Central Regional (216) S10 - Puerto Rico Classic (199) S11 - Augusta State Inv. (204) S11 - NCAA Colorado Regional (206) 5 - PABLO MARTIN Malaga, Spain (Ortega y Gasset) F04 - Ping/Golfweek Preview (206) F04 - Isleworth Collegiate (209) F05 - Ping/Golfweek Preview (205) F05 - Isleworth Collegiate (212) S07 - Big 12 Championship (211) 5 - JAIME GONZALEZ Rio de Janeiro, Brazil S74 - Oklahoma Intercollegiate (215) S74 - Big Eight Championship (219) S75 - Mike McKenzie Intercollegiate (140) S75 - Oklahoma Intercollegiate (211) S77- Wheatshocker Intercollegiate (213) 5 - CHARLES HOWELL Augusta, Ga. (Westminster Prep) F98 - Ping-Golfweek Preview (216) F99 - Jerry Pate (201) S00 - Big 12 Championship (200) S00 - The Maxwell (206) S00 - NCAA Championship (265) 5 - EDWARD LOAR Rockwall, Texas (Rockwall) F96 - Jerry Pate (208) S97 - The Maxwell (205) F97 - William H. Tucker Intercoll. (137) F98 - Golf World/Palmetto Dunes (206) S00 - U.S. Collegiate (203)


ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL MEDALISTS 2 - TRACY PHILLIPS Jenks, Okla. (Jenks) F81- All-College (204) F81- Harvey Penick (210)

1 - TRENT LEON Dallas, Tx (Pendleton) S08 - U.S. Collegiate (208) 1 - TYLER LEON Dallas, Tx (Pendleton) S05 - Waikoloa Intercollegiate (195)

2 - LEIF WESTERBERG Upplands Vasby, Sweden S96 - Mauna Kea Inter. (206) (Tie) S97 - Big 12 Championship (211) 2 - TRENT WHITEKILLER Sallisaw, Okla. (Sallisaw) S09 - Linger Longer (208) F09 - Fighting Illini Invitational (211) (Tie) 1 - DON BLISS St. Louis, Mo. (Normandy) S74 - Cowboy Invitational (143) 1 - MIKE CLAYTON Putnam City, Okla. S75 - Wheatshocker Intercollegiate (146) 1 - IAN DAVIS Edmond, Okla. (Deer Creek) F12 – Royal Oaks Intercollegiate (206) 1 - KIRK GOSS Chickasha, Okla. (Chickasha) F74- All-College (203)

Peter Uihlein 4 - ANDERS HULTMAN Gothenburg, Sweden (Burgardens) F00 - Golf World (195) S01 - ASU-Thunderbird (206) S01 - The Maxwell (204) S02 - Big 12 Championship (203) 4 - JONATHAN MOORE Vancouver, Wash. (The Pendleton School) S06 - The Maxwell (196) S06 - NCAA Central Regional (205) S06 - NCAA Championship (276) S07 - Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate (195) 3 - RAFAEL ALARCON Guadalajara, Mexico S78 - Oklahoma Intercollegiate (212) F78 - All-College (201) S80 - Big Eight Championship (213) 3 - KRIS COX Lafayette, La. (Episcopal of Acadiana) S94 - John Burns (206) S94 - Ping/Intercollegiate (213) S96 - Big Eight Championship (217) 3 - ANDY DILLARD Tyler, Texas (Lee) S81 - Morris Williams (213) (Tie) F82 - All-College (203) F83 - All-College (222) 3 - DAVID EDWARDS Edmond, Okla. (Edmond) S77 - Pan American (212) S78 - Pan American (210) S78 - NCAA Championship (213) 3 - RICKIE FOWLER Murrieta, Calif. (Valley) F07 - Fighting Illini Invitational (203) S08 - Big 12 Championship (279) S09 - Aggie Invitational (138)

3 - CRAIG HAINLINE Wichita, Kan. (West) F89 - Butler National (219) S90 - Morris Williams (213) S91 - Big Island Classic (216)

1 - BRIAN GUETZ Littleton, Colo. (Heritage) S96 - The Maxwell (207)

1 - BRIAN MONTGOMERY Bristow, Okla. (Bristow) S88 - Oak Tree (211) 1 - JOHN O’NEILL Arcadia, Calif. (LaSalle) F85 - UNLV-Rebel Classic (209) 1 - CARL SUNESON Canary Islands F87 - US-Japan Friendship Match (205) 1 - STEVE THOMPSON Bartlesville, Okla. (Sooner) S74 - Wheatshocker Intercollegiate (141) 1 - JEFF WALSER Putnam City, Okla. (Putnam City) S80 - Rafael Alarcon (218) 1 - JIM WOODWARD Oklahoma City, Okla. (John Marshall) S76 - Cowboy Invitational (147)

1 - BILL HOEFLE Ames, Iowa (Ames) S92 - Morris Williams (216)

3 - BRITT HARRISON Beaumont, Texas (Forest Park) F76 - Harvey Penick (214) S78 - Morris Williams (214) S79 - Pinehurst Intercollegiate (216) 3 - TRIP KUEHNE Dallas, Texas (Highland Park) S95 - Arizona (207) S95 - Golf Digest (213) [tie] S96 - Morris Williams (217) 3 - CHRIS TIDLAND Placentia, Calif. (Valencia) F93 - Ping/Tulsa (212) F94 - Golf World (208) S95 - Big Eight (211) [tie] 3 - BO VAN PELT Richmond, Ind. (Richmond) F95 - Missouri Bluffs (204) S97 - Burns Inter. (211) S97 - NCAA Cent. Regional (209) (tie) 2 - BOB MAY LaHabra, Calif. (LaHabra) S89 - Morris Williams (210) F89 - Palmetto Dunes (206) 2 - TOMMY MOORE New Orleans, La. (De LaSalle) S82 - Wheatshocker Intercollegiate (220) S83 - Chris Schenkel (210) 2 - E. J. PFISTER Marilla, N. Y. (Marilla) S88 - Big Eight Championship (213) S88 - NCAA Championship (284)

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Chris Tidland


MEDALISTS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER 1973-74

(Spring) Tom Jones Don Bliss Jaime Gonzalez Steve Thompson Jaime Gonzalez

1980-81 Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

Border Olympics (282) Cowboy Invitational (143) Oklahoma Inter. (215) Wheatshocker (141) Big Eight (219)

1974-75

(Fall) Kirk Goss (Spring) Lindy Miller Tom Jones Tom Jones Lindy Miller Jaime Gonzalez Jaime Gonzalez Mike Clayton Tom Jones

Jr.

All-College (203)

Fr. So. So. Fr. So. So. Sr. So.

Four States Inv. (292) TIE Four States Inv. (292) TIE Sooner Invitational (218) Cowboy Invitational (140) Mike McKenzie (140) Okla. Inter. (211) Wheatshocker (146) Big Eight Champ. (217)

Jr. So. Fr. So.

New Mexico St. Inter. (211) Morris Williams (208) Cowboy Inv. (147) Big Eight Champ. (217)

1976-77

(Fall) Lindy Miller Tom Jones Britt Harrison (Spring) David Edwards Lindy Miller Jaime Gonzalez Lindy Miller Lindy Miller

Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

All-College (199) River City Inter. (209) Harvey Penick (214) Pan American (212) Bing Crosby Inter. (287) Wheatshocker (213) Sun Devil (203) Big Eight Champ. (220)

Sr.

Harvey Penick (212)

Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Pan American (210) Morris Williams (214) Oklahoma Inter. (212) Labron Harris Inter. (199) Big Eight Champ. (212) NCAA Champ. (281)

Jr.

All-College (201)

Sr. So. So.

Pinehurst Inter. (216) Southern Inter. (211) Big Eight Champ. (215)

1978-79

(Fall) Rafael Alarcon (Spring) Britt Harrison Bob Tway Bob Tway

1979-80

(Spring) Bob Tway Jeff Walser Rafael Alarcon

Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr.

Rafael Alarcon (207) Morris Williams (213) All-American (283) Wheatshocker (207) Chris Schenkel (207)

(Fall) Tracy Phillips Willie Wood Tracy Phillips (Spring) Willie Wood Tommy Moore Willie Wood Willie Wood

Fr. Jr. Fr.

All-College (204) Morton Braswell (220) Harvey Penick (210)

Jr. So. Jr. Jr.

Pan American (201) Wheatshocker (220) Chris Schenkel (212) Big Eight Champ. (211)

(Fall) Andy Dillard Willie Wood Willie Wood (Spring) Tommy Moore Willie Wood

Jr. Sr. Sr.

Pan American (201) Rafael Alarcon (218) Big Eight (213)

(Fall) Andy Dillard Scott Verplank (Spring) Scott Verplank Scott Verplank

Jr. Sr. Sr.

All-College (203) Fresno-Pepsi (141) Southwestern (280)

Jr. Sr.

Chris Schenkel (210) Sun Devil (211)

Sr. So.

All-College (222) KU Fall Classic (217)

So. So.

Chris Schenkel (208) Big Eight (220)

Fr.

U.S.-Japan (216)

Jr. Jr. Fr.

Crown Colony (139) Rafael Alarcon (201) Morris Williams (205)

Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr.

Grandfather Mnt. (217) Southwestern Inter. (222) Midwest Classic (140) Harvey Penick (204) Rebel Classic (209)

So. Sr.

Big Eight Champ. (211) NCAA Champ. (282)

Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr.

All-American (209) Sun Devil (141) Big Eight Champ. (213) Oak Tree (211) NCAA Champ. (284)

So.

UNLV (211)

So. So. So.

Morris Williams (210) Big Eight (210) NCAA Reg. (214)

Fr. Jr.

Butler National (219) Palmetto Dunes (206)

Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr.

John Burns (205) Morris Williams (213) Big Eight (21 1) NCAA Reg. (214)

Sr.

Kansas Inv. (71)

So.

Big Island (216)

Fr. Jr. Fr.

Big Island (220) Morris Williams (216) Big Eight (210)

Jr.

Tour Tulsa (212)

Jr. So. Jr. So.

Ping/Arizona (203) John Burns (206) Morris Williams (210) Ping/Intercollegiate (213)

Sr.

Golf World (208)

Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Arizona (207) Golf Digest (213) Golf Digest (213) Big Eight (211) Big Eight (211) NCAA Reg. (211)

1988-89

(Fall) Kevin Wentworth (Spring) Bob May Kevin Wentworth Kevin Wentworth

(Fall) Craig Hainline Bob May (Spring) Kevin Wentworth Craig Hainline Kevin Wentworth Kevin Wentworth

(Fall) Kevin Wentworth (Spring) Craig Hainline

1991-92

(Fall) None (Spring) Alan Bratton Bill Hoefle Alan Bratton

1992-93 1993-94

(Fall) Chris Tidland (Spring) Alan Bratton Kris Cox Alan Bratton Kris Cox

1994-95

1986-87

(Fall) Michael Bradley Michael Bradley (Spring) Michael Bradley Brian Watts Michael Bradley Brian Watts Brian Watts

U.S.-Japan (205)

None

1985-86

(Fall) Scott Verplank Brian Watts Scott Verplank Scott Verplank John O’Neill (Spring) Brian Watts Scott Verplank

Jr.

1990-91

1984-85

(Fall) Brian Watts (Spring) Scott Verplank Scott Verplank Brian Watts

(Fall) Carl Suneson (Spring) Michael Bradley Michael Bradley E.J. Pfister Brian Montgomery E.J. Pfister

1989-90

1982-83

1983-84

1977-78

(Fall) Lindy Miller (Spring) David Edwards Britt Harrison Rafael Alarcon Lindy Miller Lindy Miller David Edwards

1987-88

1981-82

1975-76

(Spring) Tom Jones Lindy Miller Jim Woodward Lindy Miller

(Spring) Bob Tway Andy Dillard Willie Wood Bob Tway Bob Tway

Jr. Jr.

Buckeye (214) Palmetto Dunes (207)

Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Oak Tree Shoot (135) Morris Williams (211) Big Eight (206) Oak Tree Inter. (206) NCAA Champ. (284)

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(Fall) Chris Tidland (Spring) Trip Kuehne Alan Bratton Trip Kuehne Alan Bratton Chris Tidland Alan Bratton


MEDALISTS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER 1995-96

(Fall) Bo Van Pelt (Spring) Leif Westerberg Trip Kuehne Kris Cox Brian Guetz

2000-01 So.

Missouri Bluffs (204)

Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

Mauna Kea (206) Morris Williams (217) Big Eight (217) The Maxwell (207)

1996-97

(Fall) Edward Loar (Spring) Bo Van Pelt Leif Westerberg Edward Loar Bo Van Pelt

Fr.

Jerry Pate (208)

Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

Burns Inter. (211) Big 12 (211) The Maxwell (205) Central Regional (209) (tie)

1997-98

(Fall) Edward Loar

So.

Jr.

Golf World (195)

Jr. Jr.

ASU-Thunderbird (206) The Maxwell (204)

So.

Jerry Pate (205)

So. So. Sr.

Ping Arizona (203) U.S. Collegiate (204) Big 12 Championship (203)

2001-02

(Fall) Hunter Mahan (Spring) Hunter Mahan Hunter Mahan Anders Hultman

(Spring) Hunter Mahan Hunter Mahan Hunter Mahan

Jr. Jr. Jr.

Morris Williams (202) Big 12 Championship (208) The Maxwell (204)

Preview (216) Palmetto Dunes (206)

Jr.

Jerry Pate (201)

Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

U.S. Collegiate (203) Big 12 Championship (200) The Maxwell (206) NCAA Championship (265)

2004-05 (Fall) Pablo Martin Pablo Martin (Spring) Tyler Leon

So. So.

Ping/Golfweek Preview (205) Isleworth Collegiate (212)

Fr. Fr. Fr.

The Maxwell (196) NCAA Central Regional (205) NCAA Championship (226)

2006-07

(Spring) Jonathan Moore Pablo Martin

So. Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate (195) Jr. Big 12 Championship (211)

(Fall) Rickie Fowler (Spring) Trent Leon Rickie Fowler Kevin Tway

Fr.

Fighting Illini Inv. (203)

Jr. Fr. Fr.

U.S. Collegiate (208) Big 12 Championship (279) NCAA Central Regional (214)

Fr.

Ping/Golfweek Preview (207)

2008-09

none So. Jr.

(Fall) Pablo Martin Pablo Martin (Spring) Jonathan Moore Jonathan Moore Jonathan Moore

2007-08

2002-03

2003-04

1999-2000 (Fall) Charles Howell (Spring) Edward Loar Charles Howell Charles Howell Charles Howell

2005-06

Tucker Intercoll. (137)

1998-99

(Fall) Charles Howell Edward Loar

(Fall) Anders Hultman (Spring) Anders Hultman Anders Hultman

Fr. Fr.

Ping/Golfweek Preview (206) Isleworth Collegiate (209)

So.

Waikoloa Intercollegiate (195)

(Fall) Morgan Hoffmann (Spring) Trent Whitekiller Peter Uihlein Morgan Hoffmann Rickie Fowler Morgan Hoffmann Kevin Tway

Jr. Linger Longer Invitational (208) Fr. Gaillardia Intercollegiate (148) Fr. Morris Williams Intercollegiate (212) So. Aggie Invitational (138) Fr. Big 12 Championship (276) So. NCAA South Central Regional (216)

2009-10

(Fall) Trent Whitekiller Peter Uihlein Peter Uihlein (Spring) Kevin Tway Peter Uihlein

Sr. Fighting Illini Invitational (211) So. Ping/Golfweek Invitational (211) So. Gifford Collegiate (202) Jr. Puerto Rico Classic (199) So. NCAA Southeast Regional (206)

2010-11

(Fall) Peter Uihlein (Spring) Morgan Hoffmann Kevin Tway Peter Uihlein Morgan Hoffmann Kevin Tway

Jr.

Fighting Illini Invitational (204)

Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Southern Highlands (206) Augusta State Inv. (204) Aggie Invitational (210) Big 12 Championship (280) NCAA Colorado Regional (206)

2012-13 (Fall) Ian Davis

Bo Van Pelt

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Jr. Royal Oaks Intercollegiate (206)


INDIVIDUAL MEDALISTS HISTORY Player Lindy Miller Scott Verplank Willie Wood Alan Bratton Brian Watts Kevin Wentworth Michael Bradley Tom Jones Hunter Mahan Bob Tway Peter Uihlein Jaime Gonzalez Charles Howell Edward Loar Pablo Martin Morgan Hoffmann Anders Hultman Jonathan Moore Kevin Tway Rafael Alarcon Kris Cox Andy Dillard David Edwards Rickie Fowler Craig Hainline Britt Harrison Trip Kuehne Chris Tidland Bo Van Pelt Bob May Tommy Moore E.J. Pfister

Fr. 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 2 2 3 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 – 0 0 0 0 0

So. 2 3 1 0 2 3 0 3 3 2 3 2 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0

Jr. 4 2 4 2 3 3 4 1 3 1 2 0 4 1 1 2 3 – 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 2 1 1 0

Sr. 3 4 3 3 0 1 2 1 – 3 1 – 1 – 1 – 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 2

Tot. 11 9 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2

Tracy Phillips Leif Westerberg Trent Whitekiller Don Bliss Tyler Leon Mike Clayton Ian Davis Kirk Goss Brian Guetz Bill Hoefle Trent Leon Brian Montgomery John O’Neill Carl Suneson Steve Thompson Jeff Walser Jim Woodward Total

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 29

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 41

0 1 1 0 – 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 57

0 1 1 1 – 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 40

2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 167

(Active players in bold)

TOP-10 INDIVIDUAL FINISHES 1973-74 TO PRESENT

Name Top 10 Scott Verplank 39 Lindy Miller 34 Alan Bratton 33 Brian Watts 32 Willie Wood 32 Kevin Wentworth 32 Tommy Moore 28 Michael Bradley 28 Bob Tway 27 Chris Tidland 26 Jaime Gonzalez 25 Tom Jones 24 Charles Howell 23 Pablo Martin 23 Edward Loar 22 David Edwards 21 Kevin Tway 21 Rafael Alarcon 19 Peter Uihlein 19 Kris Cox 18 Morgan Hoffmann 18 Hunter Mahan 18 E.J. Pfister 18 Craig Hainline 17 Rickie Fowler 16 Scott DeSerrano 16 Leif Westerberg 16 Britt Harrison 15 Anders Hultman 15 Andy Dillard 15 Bo Van Pelt 15 Tim Fleming 13 Bob May 13 Trip Kuehne 13 Tyler Leon 13 Alex Norén 11 Trent Leon 11 Carl Suneson 11 Jaxon Brigman 11 Jeff Walser 10 Zack Robinson 10 Brian Guetz 10 Bill Hoefle 9 Jonathan Moore 9 Sean Einhaus 8 Trent Whitekiller 8

Trent Whitekiller earned his first career victory at the 2009 Linger Longer Invitational

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Top 5 Top 3 Wins 25 21 9 25 19 11 25 16 7 23 15 7 26 15 8 20 14 7 19 13 2 20 13 6 17 14 6 18 11 3 17 12 5 18 14 6 15 12 5 16 2 5 13 8 5 16 12 3 15 12 5 10 5 3 15 13 6 10 7 3 13 11 5 13 9 6 11 8 2 9 5 3 13 6 3 4 0 0 9 8 2 14 9 3 7 4 4 10 8 3 10 7 2 9 5 0 8 6 2 9 6 3 6 4 1 7 6 0 6 3 1 6 4 1 3 1 0 7 3 1 6 5 0 4 3 2 2 2 1 8 7 4 2 1 0 3 3 2

Talor Gooch 8 Kirk Goss 8 Kevin Whipple 8 Brian Montgomery 8 Pär Nilsson 8 Tracy Phillips 7 John O’Niell 7 Don Bliss 6 Eric Evans 6 David White 6 Brandon Knight 6 Jordan Niebrugge 5 Ryan Posey 5 Casey Wittenberg 5 Jim Woodward 5 Mike Clayton 4 Ian Davis 4 Brent Goodger 4 Landry Mahan 4 Tom Sieckman 3 Jeff McMillian 3 Phillip Walton 3 Jeff Maggert 3 Harry Rudolph 3 Greg Robertson 3 Billy de Tournillon 2 Kevin Dougherty 2 Brad Gehl 2 John Jones 2 Jay Tewell 2 Steve Thompson 2 J.C. DeLeon 2 Drew Page 2 Chris Clarke 2 Bernhard Neumann 2 Mark Johnson 2 Rod Nuckolls 1 Matt McQuillan 3 Kevin Dougherty 1 Tanner Kesterson 1 Rod Kimmel 1 Sam Lee 1 Dave Martin 1 Kirk Maynord 1 Boyd Summerhays 1 Patrick Winther 1

3 6 4 4 2 7 4 4 1 3 3 3 2 1 3 3 2 2 1 0 1 2 1 2 0 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

(active players in bold)

3 3 3 2 1 5 1 2 1 1 3 2 2 0 3 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


ALL-TIME COLLEGE RANKINGS GOLFWEEK/SAGARIN RANKINGS

1999-2000 3. 1. 16. 25. 90. 175. 643.

Oklahoma State Charles Howell Edward Loar Anders Hultman Landry Mahan J.C. DeLeon Billy Lowry

13. 14. 52. 65. 302. 304. 670. 19.

Oklahoma State Anders Hultman Pär Nilsson Matt McQuillan Boyd Summerhays J.C. DeLeon Peter Davidson * Pete Stone

5. 4. 34. 120. 232. 403. 583. 2.

Oklahoma State Hunter Mahan Anders Hultman Pär Nilsson Alex Norén J.C. DeLeon Dayton Rose * Matt McQuillan

4. 1. 68. 71. 99. 109. 185. 54. 76. 749.

Oklahoma State Hunter Mahan Pär Nilsson Alex Norén Zack Robinson Chris Clarke Dayton Rose * Michael Ostrich * J.C. DeLeon * Stewart Dodson

8. 15. 42. 61. 104. 226. 408. 30. 77. 450.

Oklahoma State Casey Wittenberg Tyler Leon Alex Norén Zack Robinson Chris Clarke Zac Reynolds * Dayton Rose * Pär Nilsson * Stewart Dodson

1. 5. 15. 18. 20. 90. 261. 9. 118. 482.

Oklahoma State Pablo Martin Tyler Leon Alex Norén Zack Robinson Ryan Posey Chris Clarke * Dayton Rose * Zac Reynolds * Stewart Dodson

2005-06 70.39 68.71 70.22 70.71 72.16 72.95 75.30

2000-01 71.62 70.38 71.55 71.80 73.67 73.67 75.54 73.85

2001-02 71.11 69.29 71.16 72.35 73.13 74.05 74.85 70.83

1. 1. 3. 47. 55. 70. 87. 4.

Oklahoma State Pablo Martin Jonathan Moore Trent Leon Tyler Leon Zack Robinson Chris Clarke * Ryan Posey

5. 31. 48. 52. 66. 80. 436. 59.

Oklahoma State Pablo Martin Tyler Leon Ryan Posey Jonathan Moore Trent Leon Chris Ward * Trent Whitekiller

5. 1. 42. 54. 166. 171. 308.

Oklahoma State Rickie Fowler Trent Leon Kevin Tway Trent Whitekiller Mark Johnson Jon McLean

1. 2. 6. 16. 18. 31. 66. 13. 33. 59. 762.

Oklahoma State Morgan Hoffmann Rickie Fowler Peter Uihlein Trent Leon Kevin Tway Trent Whitekiller * Bernhard Neumann * Jon McLean * Mark Johnson * Michael Miller

1. 13. 16. 23. 46. 156. 501. 188. 214. 343.

Oklahoma State Peter Uihlein Kevin Tway Morgan Hoffmann Trent Whitekiller Sean Einhaus Mark Johnson * Michael Miller * Drew Page * Bernhard Neumann

69.80 68.49 69.46 71.08 71.21 71.43 71.73 71.48

71.08 70.02 71.03 71.43 71.99 73.05 74.00 73.75 74.64 78.07

2004-05

2007-08 70.54 68.93 70.99 71.22 72.17 72.26 73.03

69.65 69.18 69.61 70.34 70.38 70.87 71.42 72.67 73.21 73.83 80.89

2009-10

69.82 69.54 70.18 70.27 70.30 71.73 73.05 72.38 75.69 79.66

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Rickie Fowler Pablo Martin Hunter Mahan Charles Howell

Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Oklahoma State

71.11 70.40 70.62 69.57

2010-11 70.42 70.54 70.85 70.93 71.16 71.32 73.66 73.48

2008-09

2003-04

2007-08 2005-06 2002-03 1999-00

2006-07

2002-03 70.81 68.69 71.56 71.64 71.99 72.24 72.86 74.69 75.20 83.06

GOLFSTAT CUP WINNERS

69.96 70.07 70.10 70.30 70.82 71.90 73.91 75.47 75.68 76.75

1. 2. 3. 12. 93. 101. 102. 8. 15. 65. 106.

Oklahoma State Peter Uihlein Kevin Tway Morgan Hoffmann Drew Page Talor Gooch Sean Einhaus * Brad Gehl * Kevin Dougherty * Mark Johnson * Ian Davis

29. 34. 215. 311. 323. 7. 10. 22. 37. 55.

Oklahoma State Talor Gooch Sean Einhaus Drew Page Ian Davis *Patrick Winther *Tanner Kesterson *Peter Uihlein *Brad Gehl *Kevin Dougherty

12. 33. 43. 45. 90. 417. 424. 583. 1. 19. 33. 52.

Oklahoma State Ian Davis Jordan Niebrugge Talor Gooch Kevin Dougherty Sean Einhaus Patrick Winther Tanner Kesterson *Brad Gehl *Sam Lee *Wyndham Clark *Karsten Majors

69.74 68.75 69.11 69.69 71.26 71.33 71.35 72.26 72.58 74.01 74.85

2011-12 71.44 70.36 72.34 72.97 73.02 71.45 71.90 72.62 73.15 73.63

2012-13 71.05 70.66 70.84 70.90 71.56 73.58 73.62 74.38 71.48 72.78 73.48 74.09


COWBOY VICTORIES IN MAJOR AMATEUR EVENTS (Below is a list of Oklahoma State players with significant amateur victories throughout the years. Additions and/or corrections are welcome. Please contact ryan.cameron@okstate.edu.) Azalea Invitational 2002 Casey Wittenberg

2003 2013

Cotton States Invitational 2013 Ian Davis

Southwestern Amateur 1997 Edward Loar 2012 Kevin Dougherty

Dixie Amateur 2004 Jon McLean 2009 Peter Uihlein 2010 Peter Uihlein Northeast Amateur 2011 Peter Uihlein North and South Amateur 1972 Danny Edwards

Casey Wittenberg - Porter Cup

Jonathan Moore - Players Amateur

Pacific Coast Amateur 1977 Lindy Miller The Players Amateur 2006 Jonathan Moore 2007 Rickie Fowler 2010 Kevin Tway Porter Cup 1983 Scott Verplank 1985 Scott Verplank 2003 Casey Wittenberg 2005 Pablo Martin Sahalee Players Championship 2008 Trent Whitekiller 2010 Peter Uihlein Southeastern Amateur 1972 Danny Edwards 1979 Rafael Alacorn

Rickie Fowler - Sunnehanna Amateur

Peter Uihlein - Georgia Cup

Southern Amateur 1977 Lindy Miller 1978 Jim Woodward 1979 Rafael Alarcon 1980 Bob Tway 1999 Edward Loar

Casey Wittenberg Zach Olsen

Sunnehanna Amateur 1975 Jamie Gonzales 1984 Scott Verplank 1985 Scott Verplank 1993 Jaxon Brigman 1999 Ed Loar 2000 Ed Loar 2007 Rickie Fowler 2008 Rickie Fowler Terra Cotta Invitational 2003 Casey Wittenberg 2007 Peter Uihlein Trans-Mississippi Amateur 1964 Dave Eichelberger 1965 Jim Hardy 1974 Tom Jones 1978 Bob Tway 1986 Brian Watts 2007 Trent Brown 2008 Roger Brown (senior) Georgia Cup 2011 Peter Uihlein U.S. Amateur 1962 Labron Harris, Jr. 1967 Bob Dickson 1984 Scott Verplank 2010 Peter Uihlein U.S. Amateur Public Links 2013 Jordan Niebrugge U.S. Junior Amateur 1977 Willie Wood 1999 Hunter Mahan 2005 Kevin Tway U.S. Mid-Amateur 2007 Trip Kuehne Western Amateur 1985 Scott Verplank 2013 Jordan Niebrugge

Kevin Dougherty - Southwestern Amateur

Peter Uihlein - Northeast Amateur

Zach Olsen - Southern Amateur

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Southern Golf Association National Amateur of the Month March, 2003 Hunter Hahan (inaugural award) Sep, 2004 Pablo Martin Oct, 2005 Pablo Martin May, 2006 Jonathan Moore Sep, 2007 Rickie Fowler Mar. 2008 Trent Leon Apr, 2009 Morgan Hoffmann Sep, 2009 Peter Uihlein Aug, 2010 Peter Uihlein Apr, 2011 Morgan Hoffmann July, 2013 Zach Olsen


OSU IN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION OSU WALKER CUP PARTICIPANTS

Year 1963 1965 1967 1973 1977 1981 1983 1985 1987 1991 1995

1999 2003 2007

2009

2011

Player Labron Harris, Jr. Dave Eichelberger Bob Dickson Danny Edwards Lindy Miller Philip Walton Philip Walton Willie Wood Scott Verplank Brian Montgomery Bob May Alan Bratton Kris Cox Trip Kuehne Edward Loar Trip Kuehne Casey Wittenberg Rickie Fowler Trip Kuehne Jonathan Moore Rickie Fowler Morgan Hoffmann Peter Uihlein Peter Uihlein

Record 2-1-0 1-2-0 3-0-0 4-0-0 4-0-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 1-2-1 3-0-0 2-0-0 3-1-0 1-0-2 1-2-0 0-3-0 2-1-0 1-2-1 1-2-1 3-1-0 1-2-0 2-0-1 4-0-0 2-0-1 4-0-0 2-2-0

WORLD AMATEUR TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP PARTICIPANTS 1962 1972 1974 1976 1980 1982 1984 1996 1998 2000 2002

2004 2006

2008 2010

Labron Harris, Jr. (USA) Mark Hayes (USA) Jaime Gonzalez (Brazil) Jaime Gonzalez (Brazil) Rafael Alarcon (Mexico) Jaime Gonzalez (Brazil) Rafael Alarcon (Mexico) Bob Tway (USA) Philip Walton (Great Britain and Ireland) Scott Verplank (USA) Leif Westerberg (Sweden) Anders Hultman (Sweden) Anders Hultman (Sweden) Pär Nilsson (Sweden) Hunter Mahan (USA) Pablo Martin (Spain) Pär Nilsson (Sweden) Alex Norén (Sweden) Sean Einhaus (Germany) Trip Kuehne (USA) Pablo Martin (Spain) Jonathan Moore (USA) Sean Einhaus (Germany) Rickie Fowler (USA) Peter Uihlein (USA)

73-77-72-70—292 74-71-71-75—291 77-80-75-72—304 73-74-74-73—294 77-74-81-81—313 77-78-70-76—301 73-77-78-78—306 72-71-74-71—288 71-77-75-72—295 69-77-72-73—291 73-69-71-72—285 72-78-73-67—290 71-75-71-72—289 75-72-73-73—293 68-72-71-77—288 73-75-68-76—292 70-75-79-72—296 69-70-69—208 72-73-73-68—286 78-70-70-69—287 73-71-70-67—281 72-72-72-74—290 78-74-77-78—307 68-67-70-75—280* 72-72-70—214

OSU PALMER CUP PARTICIPANTS

Year 1997 1999 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Year 2007 2010

Player Record Bo Van Pelt 4-0-0 Charles Howell Edward Loar Hunter Mahan 1-2-1 Par Nilsson 1-1-2 Alex Norén 1-3-0 Alex Norén 2-2 Pablo Martin 1-2-1 Pablo Martin 4-0-0 Jonathan Moore 3-1-0 Mike McGraw (U.S. Team Captain) Rickie Fowler 1-2-1 Morgan Hoffmann 2-2-0 Trent Leon 1-3-0

COPA DE LAS AMERICAS PARTICIPANTS Player Jonathan Moore Peter Uihlein

Scores 75-71-74-70—290 76-69-70-72—287

For just the second time in history, one school had three representatives on the U.S. Walker Cup Team with Rickie Fowler, Morgan Hoffmann and Peter Uihlein helping the Americans to victory in 2009. OSU also had three players in the event in 1995.

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OSU AT THE RYDER CUP & PRESIDENTS CUP RYDER CUP SELECTIONS 2010 2008 2006 2002 1995 1979

Rickie Fowler (U.S.) Hunter Mahan (U.S.) Hunter Mahan (U.S.) Scott Verplank (U.S.) Scott Verplank (U.S.) Philip Walton (Europe) Mark Hayes (U.S.)

0-1-2 1-2-0 2-0-3 2-0-0 2-1-0 1-1 1-2-0

PRESIDENTS CUP SELECTIONS 2013 2011 2009 2007

2005 2003

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Hunter Mahan (U.S.) Hunter Mahan (U.S.) Hunter Mahan (U.S.) Hunter Mahan (U.S.) Charles Howell III (U.S.) Scott Verplank (U.S.) Scott Verplank (U.S.) Charles Howell III (U.S.)

2-2-0 4-1-0 2-1-1 2-3-0 2-2-0 4-0-0 2-2-1 3-2-0



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