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INSIDE Athletic Department Directory ........................ 2 Quick Facts ............................................................. 2 Media Information................................................. 2

THE TEAM

TABLE OF C O N T E N T S

2010-11 Team Information .................................. 3

THIS IS ALABAMA Alabama Golf Tradition...................................4-7 Iron Sharpens Iron (Preview) .......................8-9 Head Coach Jay Seawell .............................10-12 Support Personnel ...............................................12 Assistant Coach Scott Limbaugh ...................13 Athletics Director Mal Moore ...........................14 Senior Support Personnel .................................14 Player Bios ........................................................ 16-31 Returners Ä‘ĆŤĆŤ1 ĆŤ1(!5 ................................................... 16-17 Ä‘ĆŤĆŤ1*0!.ĆŤ).%' ..........................................18-19 Ä‘ĆŤĆŤ !!ĆŤ *+4 ......................................................20-21 Ä‘ĆŤĆŤ1*0!.ĆŤ(00+*........................................... 22-23 Ä‘ĆŤĆŤ+00ĆŤ0.+$)!5!. ....................................24-25 Ä‘ĆŤĆŤ$%((%,ĆŤ!2!. ........................................... 26-27 Newcomers Ä‘ĆŤĆŤ.!5ĆŤ 1((%*4ĆŤ ...............................................28 Ä‘ĆŤĆŤ1*0!.ĆŤ.+*/+* ...............................................29 Ä‘ĆŤĆŤ+.5ĆŤ$%0/!00 ...................................................30 Ä‘ĆŤĆŤ+5ĆŤ500 .....................................................31 2009-10 Results & Statistics .................... 32-33

FACILITIES Jerry Pate Center ......................................... 34-37 đƍƍ!3ƍ.0%!ƍ*#! ............................... 36-37 Ol’ Colony...............................................................38 Indian Hills..............................................................39 NorthRiver Yacht Club ......................................39 Ol’ Colony Hole-by-Hole........................... 40-45

UNIVERSITY *%2!./%05ĆŤ.!/% !*0ĆŤ.Ä‹ĆŤ+!.0ĆŤÄ‹ĆŤ%00 .....46-47 The University of Alabama ........................48-51 A Day In The Life.......................................... 52-57

HISTORY AND AWARDS Academic Excellence .................................58-60 Roll Models .............................................................61 Crimson Tide Open......................................62-63 The SEC...................................................................64 2010-11 SEC Opponents ....................................65 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate ........66-67

RECORDS Coaching Records ...............................................68 Conrad Rehling Invitational .............................69 All-Time Roster .............................................70-75 Letterwinners ................................................. 76-78 Year-by-Year..................................................79-85 Alabama’s Professional Golfers ..............86-88 Jerry Pate Career Capsule ...............................89 Amateur Golf Honors...................................90-91 Honors and Awards.....................................92-93 All-Americans ................................................94-95 UA & the NCAA Championships............96-99 All-SEC/SEC Championships ................100-101 Tide Low Rounds ..............................................102 Records & Tournament Victories ................103 Know the Rules ..................................................104

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CREDITS: The 2010-11 University of Alabama Men’s Golf Media Guide was produced by the staff of the UA Athletics Media Relations Office. The publication was written and edited by Josh Maxson. Special editing credits to Alex Thompson. Photography by UA Athletics Director of Photography Kent Gidley and his student assistants. Photo credits from the Isleworth Collegiate to Craig Johnston. Special thanks to the Crimson Tide coaching staff, Buddy Overstreet for the cover designs and the staff of the SEC office. Copyright 2010 by the Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama. “Roll Tideâ€?, “Crimson Tideâ€?, “Bamaâ€? and the primary and secondary logos are registered trademarks of The University of Alabama. 2010-11 A L A B A M A Q U I C K F A C T S Location: Enrollment: Founded: +*"!.!*!Ä?ĆŤĆŤ +(+./Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Nickname: Home Course: .!/% !*0Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Athletics Director: Executive Athletics Director: !*%+.ĆŤ+)!*Äš/ĆŤ )%*%/0.0+.Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Senior Associate AD/Chief Financial Officer: Senior Associate AD/Technology Advancement:

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 30,232 April 12, 1831 +10$!/0!.*ƍĨ!/0!.*ĆŤ%2%/%+*ÄŠ .%)/+*ƍĨ ĆŤÄ‚Ä€Ä ÄŠĆŤÄ’ĆŤ$%0! Crimson Tide Ol’ Colony Golf Complex .Ä‹ĆŤ+!.0ĆŤÄ‹ĆŤ%00 Mal Moore Dave Hart .%!ĆŤ+%*/ Finus Gaston Milton Overton

ALABAMA MEDIA RELATIONS The Alabama Athletic Media Relations Office is located on the ground level of Coleman Coliseum in room 170. MEDIA SERVICES Members of the media can obtain updated statistics as well as daily tournament results for the Crimson Tide men’s golf team during their season via e-mail and at Alabama’s official athletics website at www.rolltide.com. In addition, the Media Relations office will also provide the media with rosters and tee times for any event the Tide is scheduled to host. Credentials are usually not needed to cover an Alabama-hosted men’s golf event, but notiďŹ cation of your intent to cover is needed by the Media Relations Department. INTERNET Information about the University of Alabama’s athletics can be found on the world wide web on the Crimson Tide official athletics site: www.rolltide.com. For information about the Crimson Tide men’s golf program select that area from the main menu. Information on the web includes statistics, results, biographies and other historical information. TELEVISION The University of Alabama, through the Crimson Tide Sports Network (CTSN), offers a weekly 15-minute satellite feed consisting of interviews with coaches and athletes, taped video highlights and narrated tape package from September through May. Occasionally the men’s golf team will be featured in this package. Please call the media relations office for more details. During the season, 0$!ĆŤ#+("ĆŤ0!)Äš/ĆŤ,.+#.!//ĆŤ3%((ĆŤ!ĆŤ+2!.! ĆŤ!$ĆŤ3!!'ĆŤ+*ĆŤÄ—$!ĆŤ.%)/+*ĆŤ% !ĆŤ$%/ĆŤ!!'ÄŒÄ˜ĆŤĆŤÄƒÄ€ÄĄ)%*10!ĆŤ regional sports show. INTERVIEWS Head coach Jay Seawell is available for interviews and can be reached through the Alabama Media Relations office, due to the extensive time the golf coaching staff spends outside on the course. Team practice sessions rotate times and locations daily depending on upcoming events and areas of practice emphasis. Because of this, we require you to make golf interview requests at least 24 $+1./ĆŤ%*ĆŤ 2*!Ä‹ĆŤ!ĆŤ/'ĆŤ0$0ĆŤ#+("ĆŤ%*0!.2%!3/ĆŤ!ĆŤ..*#! ĆŤ0$.+1#$ĆŤ +/$ĆŤ 4/+*ĆŤ%*ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ ! %ĆŤ!(tions office at (205) 348-7496. FACILITIES As part of the Crimson Tradition Fund facility upgrades, Alabama’s home golf course — Ol’ Colony — has some brand new additions that only serve to turn the course into the Tide’s real home. Construction took place in 2004 on the Jerry Pate Golf Center, UA’s private practice facility and club house that includes coaches’ offices, a fully furnished locker room and a team room. Ol’ Colony, a course designed by former UA men’s golf standout Jerry Pate, serves as the team’s home course. In addition to its “homeâ€? course, the Alabama men’s golf team beneďŹ ts from the opportunity of being able to access several golf courses in the Tuscaloosa area for practice, including NorthRiver Yacht Club and Indian Hills Country Club.

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TEAM INFORMATION TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Record Breakdown: 2009-10 Best Finish: 2010 SEC Finish: 2010 NCAA Regional Finish: 2009-10 Low Team Score: 2009-10 Low Team Round: Low Individual 18 holes: Ćąƍ$+(!/Ä?ĆŤĆŤ

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2010 GOLF HONORS PING All-Americans: Golfweek All-American: ĂĀĀĊƍ('!.ĆŤ1,ĆŤ!)Ä?ĆŤ THE STAFF Head Coach: Alma Mater: Years at Alabama: Overall Years: Office Phone: E-Mail Address:

Bud Cauley (2nd); Hunter Hamrick (HM) Bud Cauley (1st); Hunter Hamrick (HM) 1 ĆŤ1(!5

Jay Seawell South Carolina, 1988 Ninth 18th (205) 348-0383 jseawell@ia.ua.edu

Assistant: Alma Mater: Years at Alabama: Office Phone: E-Mail Address:

First-Team All-SEC: SEC All-Freshman Team:

Scott Limbaugh Huntingdon College, 2003 Fourth (205) 348-0383 slimbaugh@ia.ua.edu

RETURNING PLAYERS: 6 (CAREER STROKE AVERAGE) NAME CLASS EXP. Bud Cauley Jr. 1L Hunter Hamrick Jr. 1L Lee Knox Soph. RS Hunter Slatton Jr. 1L Scott Strohmeyer Soph. RS $%((%,ĆŤ!2!.ĆŤ .Ä‹ĆŤ Ä ĆŤ

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2010 LETTERMEN LOST: 2 (CAREER STROKE AVERAGE) PLAYER EXP. HOMETOWN AVG. Spencer Cole 2L Greer, S.C. 79.28 Thomas Hugghins 3L Ponte Vedra, Fla. 80.67 PRONUNCIATIONS

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2010-11 ALABAMA MEN’S GOLF SCHEDULE FALL EVENT Sept. 10-12 Carpet Capital Collegiate Sept. 17-19 Olympia Fields Invitational Oct. 11-12 Jerry Pate National Collegiate Invitational 0ċƍĂąĥĂćƍ /(!3+.0$ƍ+((!#%0!ƍ *2%00%+*(ƍ

COURSE The Farm Olympia Fields Country Club Old Overton Golf Course /(!3+.0$ĆŤ+("ĆŤ* ĆŤ+1*0.5ĆŤ(1ĆŤ

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SPRING Feb. 20-22 March 7-8 March 20-22 March 27-29 April 2-3 April 15-17 May 19-21 May 31-June 5

COURSE Rio Mar Country Club Palmetto Golf Club Hawk’s Ridge Golf Club Reynolds Landing Golf Course Forest Hills Golf Club Seaside Golf Course TBA Karsten Creek Golf Course

LOCATION Rio Grande, Puerto Rico Aiken, S.C. Greensboro, Ga. Greensboro, Ga. Augusta, Ga. Sea Island, Ga. TBA Stillwater, Okla.

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EVENT Puerto Rico Classic Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercollegiate Callaway Collegiate Match Play Linger Longer Invitational Administaff Augusta State Invitational SEC Championships NCAA Regionals NCAA Championships

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Jay Seawell has rekindled the proud tradition of the Crimson Tide men’s golf program. Entering his ninth year at the Capstone, Seawell has established Alabama as one of the elite programs in collegiate golf. His teams are routinely ranked among the top 10 in the country while leading UA to seven NCAA Tournament appearances and four berths in the NCAA Championships. Under Seawell’s guidance in 2008, Alabama captured its first Southeastern Conference Championship since 1979 and its first SEC medalist – Michael Thompson – since Bobby Hill won it in 1952. Over the past eight years, the Crimson Tide has garnered seven All-America honors by five players, had eight All-Region selections by seven players and 12 All-SEC honors, including seven first-team choices. Bud Cauley was also named the SEC Freshman of the Year in 2009 and was a finalist for the Ben Hogan Award. Thompson was also a finalist in 2008.

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Alabama’s play on the golf course has only been a portion of the Crimson Tide’s success during head coach Jay Seawell’s tenure. The men’s golf team also has a history of producing some of the University’s best and brightest in the classroom. The Crimson Tide has had 91 players selected to the SEC Academic Honor Roll. The list includes six players in 2010, including Bud Cauley, Hunter Hamrick, Lee Knox, Hunter Slatton, Scott Strohmeyer, * ƫ $%((%,ƫ !2!.ċƫ $!ƫ )+/0ƫ !+.0! ƫ /01 !*0ġ athlete in the classroom was Joseph Sykora, who was a four-time winner of the SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year for men’s golf, an ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American and the 2008 H. Boyd +.0!.ƫ 3. ƫ 3%**!.Čƫ #%2!*ƫ 0+ƫ 0$!ƫ Ě/ƫ 0+,ƫ student-athlete across all sports.

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The Crimson Tide boasts a legion of great players that have come through the program over the years. Maybe the most well know is Jerry Pate, whose list of accomplishments just keeps going. 0!ƫ +),!0! ƫ %*ƫ 0$!ƫ ('!.ƫ 1,Čƫ #.*!.! ƫ ((ġ America honors, captured the U.S. Amateur, won the U.S. Open, was named PGA Rookie of the Year and went on to enjoy a successful career on the PGA Tour and the Champions Tour. Along with Pate, Alabama has produced numerous great players, including Steve Lowery, Spike McRoy, Jason Bohn, Dicky Pride, Marten Olander, David Kirkpatrick and Michael Thompson, along with current Tide standouts Bud Cauley and Hunter Hamrick. Olander captured the highest honor in golf in 1993, winning the Ben Hogan Award.

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Alabama has enjoyed some of its most extensive NCAA success under the leadership of head coach Jay Seawell. The Crimson Tide has qualified for seven NCAA Tournaments in the last eight years and advanced to the NCAA Championships four times, including 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2009. In all, Alabama has appeared in 19 NCAA Tournaments and advanced to the finals 12 times. The Tide’s top finish came under the great Conrad Rehling in 1975 with a tie for third place. Rehling qualified for the NCAA Championships five times, including three straight years from 1973-75. Dick Spybey then took the Tide to seven NCAA Regional appearances and three trips to the championships from 1989-2002.

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The Alabama Crimson Tide men’s golf program has a rich history that dates back to the program’s inception in 1952. That first season saw Crimson Tide golfer Bobby Hill capture medalist honors at the SEC Championships. A few years later Conrad Rehling coached the Crimson Tide into the national spotlight with three straight trips to the NCAA Championships in the early 1970’s with Jerry Pate leading the charge. Rehling won SEC Coach of the Year honors in both 1979 and 1983 and was inducted into the Golf Coaches Association of America Hall of Fame in 1980. Pate would became the most decorated golfer in Crimson Tide history, earning first-team All-America honors in 1975, playing in 0$!ƫ ('!.ƫ 1,ƫ * ƫ 3%**%*#ƫ ƫ ċċƫ )0!1.ƫ 0%0(!ƫ before going on to a long and productive PGA Tour career, which included the 1976 U.S. Open and the 1982 Players Championship. Dick Spybey replaced a retiring Rehling as the Tide’s head coach in 1989 and led Alabama seven NCAA Regional appearances and three trips the NCAA Championships. He was named the 1992 SEC Coach of the Year. Jay Seawell, the 2008 SEC Coach of the Year, arrived in 2002-03 and has steadily taken the Tide to even greater heights.

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Bud Cauley and Hunter Hamrick are the most recent in a long line of All-Americans at the University of Alabama. Cauley, Jerry Pate, David Kirkpatrick and Michael Thompson all garnered first-team honors. Ten other golfers have also earned second-team or honorable mention honors, beginning with UA’s first All-American, Alan Pate, in 1973. In all, Alabama has had 13 players garner 21 All-America honors. Since the arrival of Jay Seawell, the Crimson Tide has had four players earn All-America honors – Matthew Swan, Michael Thompson, Bud Cauley and Hunter Hamrick – with Thompson and Cauley earning firstteam accolades. Cauley is the first UA player to be a two-time first-team All-America selection.

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Another rich tradition for the Crimson Tide is on the amateur circuit. Alabama has had two players ,.0%%,0!ƫ%*ƫ0$!ƫ,.!/0%#%+1/ƫ('!.ƫ1,Čƫ3$%$ƫ%/ƫ held every two years and matches America’s best amateur golfers against Great Britain and Ireland’s best in a Ryder Cup style event. Bud Cauley was selected for the 2009 team and went 3-0-1 to help 0$!ƫ*%0! ƫ00!/ƫ,01.!ƫ%0/ƫ0$%. ƫ/0.%#$0ƫ('!.ƫ Cup. Jerry Pate helped the Americans to another win in 1975. Alabama has had three golfers play in the Palmer Cup while the Crimson Tide has had 38 golfers qualify 51 times for the U.S. Amateur. Jerry Pate was the most successful, winning the 1974 U.S. Amateur while Michael Thompson was a three-time finalist (2004, 2006 & 2007). Dicky Pride and Cecil Ingram were also semifinalists.

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Alabama captured its first Southeastern Conference Crown in 1979 and waited 29 years before Jay Seawell’s 2008 team brought home the Tide’s second SEC Championship. The Crimson Tide’s 2008 team spent most of the season ranked No. 1 nationally and lived up to its expectations at the SEC’s with a commanding win. Alabama has had 18 players earn 24 first-team All-SEC accolades. The Tide has also had 25 players win 30 second-team All-SEC honors. Steve Lowery was the 1982 and 1983 SEC Golfer of the Year and Michael Thompson followed that up by winning 2008 SEC Golfer of the Year honors.

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Heading into his ninth year at the helm of the Alabama men’s golf team, head coach Jay Seawell has the Crimson Tide poised for a season unlike any other in the 59-year history of the program. With an established core of top-flight veterans returning to join forces with an ultra-talented group of newcomers, the history books could very well be rewritten for the 2010 Alabama men’s golf team. “We want to win the national championship and win the conference,” Seawell said. “That’s what we’re shooting for. We have those as goals but we really stress to be the best we can be. We want to give ourselves a chance to win with five or six holes left to play.” Seawell’s 2009-10 Alabama team won its fourth straight team title in the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate at the Old Overton Club in Vestavia Hills, but struggled with consistency throughout the season. Individually, Bud Cauley and Hunter Hamrick excelled last season, earning a spot on the Division I PING All-America team in addition to first-team All-SEC honors. Moreover, sophomore Lee Knox was named to the 2010 SEC All-Freshman team to round out the 2009-10 campaign for Alabama men’s golf. A disappointing finish to the end of the year didn’t dampen the spirits of the team heading into the offseason. Hamrick and Knox each claimed state amateur titles in Alabama and Georgia, respectively, while Cauley finished fifth at the prestigious Southern Amateur at Shoal Creek. With arguably the best recruiting class in the nation heading to the Capstone to join the likes of Cauley, Hamrick, Knox, Scott Strohmeyer, Hunter Slatton and Phillip Weaver, Seawell and the Crimson Tide are in prime position to compete for the first NCAA Championship in school history. “Iron sharpens iron,” Seawell said. “With our team, you’re not going to be able to take a day off. You’re not going to get away with an average day. You are going to have to be your best every day if you want to get in the van or on the plane. You are going to have to be more prepared every day at practice, sharper with your workouts and sharper with your time on the golf course. By being sharper every day, by the time we get to the tournaments, we’re going to be ready to play. We’ll have five guys ready to compete for the win. The depth is going to help so much with the preparation and gives us a chance to be a very, very, very good team.” Last season, Cauley collected wins at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational in October and the Linger Longer Invitational in March. Additionally, Cauley tied for fourth place at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate and picked up top-10 finishes at the PING/Golfweek Invitational, the John Hyatt Collegiate Invitational and the Augusta State Invitational. The Jacksonville, Fla., native finished the season with a 71.32 scoring average and ranked fifth in the Golfweek/Sagarin Ratings Index. Cauley was selected as a finalist for the Ben Hogan Award and was a first-team All-American by Golfweek. Hamrick garnered honorable mention accolades with wins at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate and the Western Refining All-American Classic. The Montgomery, Ala., native also tied for first at the Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational but fell in a playoff on the first hole to miss out on medalist honors. Hamrick turned in the Crimson Tide’s top performance in the SEC Championship with a tie for fourth place and finished the year with a 72.21 stroke average. “I think their (Cauley and Hamrick) work ethic and what they do by example, how they practice and prepare will already do great things,” Seawell said. “I do want them to have a sense of communicating to the younger guys what it means to be (a part of) Alabama golf. We’ve tried to formulate that in words, but there is some pride in that, there is some family in that. There are a lot of people who’ve worked very hard to make Alabama golf a good name. And their

job is to really communicate that to the young people.” Cauley and Hamrick will be joined this season by two of the most heralded freshman golfers ever to set foot in Tuscaloosa. Cory Whitsett, the 2007 U.S. Junior Amateur champion, will pair with Bobby Wyatt, a four-time winner of the Alabama Boys’ State Junior Championship, to form an outstanding mix of youth and experience at the top of the Crimson Tide’s lineup. “I’m looking forward to seeing Cory and Bobby,” Seawell said. “I think they’re going to make each other better. I think Cory and Bobby want to find out how good Bud and Hunter are and then conversely the older guys want to find out how good the young guys are. Bud and Hunter have done it on the college level for two years now and the young guys haven’t yet. I think the energy the young guys are going to bring, plus the talent, and then the leadership and the talent of the older guys - I’m hoping it’s going to be a great fit and give us a chance to win some championships.” Whitsett and Wyatt come to Alabama as the No. 1 and No. 2 ranked junior golfers, according to Golfweek, in 2009-2010. In addition to his U.S. Junior title in 2007, Whitsett won the Western Junior and the AJGA’s Rolex Tournament of Champions in 2008. The lefty from Houston, Texas, chose Alabama over Oklahoma State, Texas A&M and Oklahoma. Wyatt, who achieved national fame for his second-round 57 this summer in the Alabama Boys’ State Junior Championship at The Country Club of Mobile, chose Alabama over Georgia, Auburn, Vanderbilt and Mississippi. The first person to ever win the Boys’ State Junior more than twice, Wyatt has won it four times. The Mobile, Ala., native and UMS-Wright alum shot an 18-under 195, with scores of 68-57-70, to win the tourney and finish six shots ahead of his nearest competitor. “They (Whitsett and Wyatt) could have gone anywhere they wanted to in the country but they came to Alabama,” Seawell said. “They’re good enough to start for any team. They have great golf talent, but what I like about them is they are winners. They know how to win tournaments. Bobby has won the Alabama State Junior four years in a row. Cory won the U.S. Junior as well as multiple tournaments. I like that they are winners and they know how to win. They have a great amount of talent, there is no potential – they already have winning talent. I think that’s the biggest asset they are going to bring to us. They want to win and that’s why they came here.” Alabama’s 2010 fall slate will consist of the Carpet Capital Collegiate, the annual Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate and the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational as well as a new addition – the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational at Olympia Fields Country Club, host of the 2003 U.S. Open. “We have two philosophies,” Seawell said. “We want to play against the best and we want to play on the best, most challenging golf courses. That’s how you find out what kind of players you have. You get a chance to play a course like Olympia Fields and travel to a great town like Chicago, we couldn’t pass that up. That’s what we do. We promise the kids we’re going to give them an opportunity to test their game at the highest level, so that’s one of the reasons we added Olympia Fields.” Moreover, Seawell changed up the spring schedule in order to keep the Tide tournament ready. “I caught ourselves needing to play more before the conference tournament,” Seawell said. “So I added a couple more two-day tournaments that we could drive to and get to, instead of just sitting at home and practicing. Practicing can get a little boring sometimes as you do it week in and week out. You need to play. So we added more dates in the spring so we can be a little sharper on the course, hopefully, by SEC Championship time.”

From left: Hunter Hamrick, Bobby Wyatt, Cory Whitsett, Lee Knox, Trey Mullinax III, Hunter Slatton, Scott Strohmeyer, Phillip Weaver, Bud Cauley.

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Named the University of Alabama’s head men’s golf coach on July 26, 2002, Jay Seawell has rekindled the proud tradition of the Crimson Tide program and has quickly established Alabama as one of the elite programs in the country during his tenure in Tuscaloosa. In his ninth season at the helm of the Crimson Tide men’s golf program, Seawell has his teams routinely ranked among the top 10 in the country while leading UA to seven NCAA Tournament appearances and four NCAA Championships berths - including four of the last six. Returning only two lettermen for the 2009-10 season, Seawell was presented one of his biggest challenges. The veteran coach responded with a squad that captured their fourth straight Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate and boasted four medalists throughout the season. The win at the Jerry Pate was the program’s 15th in eight years under Seawell’s guidance.

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ĆŤ 1*0!.ĆŤ).%'ĆŤ,01.! ĆŤ)! (%/0ĆŤ$+*+./ĆŤ0ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ  ĆŤ* ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ!/0!.*ĆŤ ReďŹ ning All-America Classic while tying for ďŹ rst at the Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational on his way to honorable mention All-America honors. Bud Cauley set a new school record for scoring average at 71.32 while Hamrick ďŹ nished second on the team with an average of 72.88. Cauley also won the Isleworth Collegiate and the Linger Longer Invitational while garnering ďŹ rst-team AllAmerican honors. The 2009 team added a program ďŹ rst to Seawell’s resume with a victory at the NCAA Northeast Regional. It was the ďŹ rst regional title for the Crimson Tide’s men’s golf team and the club’s second win of the season. Seawell’s teams from 2007-09 ďŹ nished sixth, 13th and 15th, respectively, in the NCAA Championships while the 2008 team also captured the school’s ďŹ rst Southeastern Conference Championship since 1979. UA’s success over

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the past several years has energized the Tide’s alumni base and created an excitement for Alabama golf not seen in recent memory. The 2008-09 team ďŹ nished with two tournament titles with wins at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate and the NCAA Northeast Regional. Seawell’s ďŹ ve-man team almost always included at least three freshmen and ďŹ nished with a 292.06-round average. True freshman Bud Cauley garnered secondteam PING All-America honors and ďŹ rst-team honors from Golfweek. He was also named ďŹ rstteam All-SEC and the SEC Freshman of the Year. He won medalist honors at the United State Collegiate Championship while Hunter Hamrick was the medalist at the NCAA Northeast Regional. Cauley was also a semiďŹ nalist for the Ben Hogan Award and selected to play for the Americans at 0$!ƍĂĀĀĊƍ('!.ĆŤ1,ĆŤ* ĆŤ0$!ƍĂĀĀĊƍ()!.ĆŤ1,Ä‹ĆŤĆŤ Alabama’s 2007-08 team ďŹ nished the season .*'! ĆŤ+Ä‹ĆŤÄƒĆŤ%*ĆŤ0$!ĆŤĂź*(ĆŤ+("ĆŤ+.( ÄĽ ĆŤ+$!/ĆŤ poll and captured its ďŹ rst Southeastern Conference golf championship in 29 years. Seawell’s success at Alabama has caught the attention and respect of his coaching peers who voted him the 2008 SEC Coach of the Year. His 2008 Tide team co-led the nation in team tournament championships with six wins. He has coached Alabama to 13 team tournament championships and ďŹ ve individual championships in seven years, including four medalists in 2007-08. The team also set the school’s 54-hole record with the 810 it shot to win the 2007 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate. His 2006-07 Alabama team made UA history, catapulting to the nation’s No. 1 ranking in all three collegiate polls in September of 2006 and holding on to the top spot in the Coaches’ poll from September through early February of 2007. The team won four tournaments and set school scoring records en route to a sixth-place ďŹ nish at the NCAA Championship and a runner-up showing at the SEC Championships.

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Seawell is producing headline-worthy men, on the course and in the classroom. His golfers are among the most active in the Tuscaloosa community, volunteering their time at schools and helping host athletic department sponsored events for kids. In 2007-08, the golf team won both of the UA Athletic Department’s biggest awards, the Men’s Team with the Highest GPA and the Men’s Community Service Award. Golf produced six Academic All-SEC award winners in 2008. Joseph Sykora, was a three-time ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American and was voted by the league’s golf coaches as the SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year for an SEC-record three times, winning in 2006, 2007 and 2008. In 2008, 5'+.ĆŤ 3+*ĆŤ +0$ĆŤ 0$!ĆŤ Äš/ĆŤ Ä‹ĆŤ +5 ĆŤ $+.0!.ĆŤ Scholar-Athlete Award (all sports, all males in the league) and the University’s Bryant Award as its top male student-athlete of any sport. Seawell has coached 11 All-Americans during his coaching career, including his latest, Michael Thompson in 2007 and 2008. In 2008 his Alabama golfers were nominated for the sport’s highest national awards, including the Ben Hogan Award, the Jack Nicklaus Award and the Byron Nelson Award. Seawell arrived at the Capstone for the 2002-03 season and quickly established a formula for success. His ďŹ rst Crimson Tide team ďŹ nished sixth at the SEC Championships, after a ninth-place showing the year before. Alabama also qualiďŹ ed for the NCAA East Regional, only the second appearance in the previous six seasons for the Tide. The 2003-04 season helped build the foundation for the coming years at Alabama. The Crimson Tide ďŹ nished 11th at the SEC Championships, but captured its ďŹ rst tournament team title with a win at the Conrad Rehling Invitational and proved it was building for the future. That future came quickly as the Crimson Tide qualiďŹ ed for not only the NCAA Regionals in 2005, but ďŹ nished tied for 28th at the NCAA Championships. It was Alabama’s ďŹ rst NCAA Championship

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ROCKY COLBURN Strength & Conditioning Coach

JOSH MAXSON Assistant Director Media Relations

appearance since the 1996 season. The Tide posted a sixth-place ďŹ nish at the NCAA East Regional to qualify. The Crimson Tide again qualiďŹ ed for NCAA regional play in 2006, Ăź*%/$%*#ĆŤ Ä Ä…0$ĆŤ 0ĆŤ 0$!ĆŤ ĆŤ !/0ĆŤ !#%+*(Ä‹ĆŤ ()ĆŤ (/+ĆŤ .!+. ! ĆŤ a third-place ďŹ nish at the SEC Championships, its best at that time since a third-place showing in 1990. He began his coaching career at Anderson College where he coached from 1991-96, winning ďŹ ve consecutive Region 10 championships. His work earned him ďŹ ve Region Coach of the Year Awards. "0!.ĆŤ .%!Ă˝5ĆŤ (!2%*#ĆŤ * !./+*ĆŤ "+.ĆŤ *+0$!.ĆŤ .!!.ĆŤ ,1./1%0ÄŒĆŤ !3!((ĆŤ returned to coach Anderson again in 1997-98 then was hired by Augusta State as its head coach prior to the start of 1998-99 season. He led ASU to four straight NCAA Regional appearances and three trips to the NCAA Championships. Seawell’s 2001 team ďŹ nished seventh at the NCAA Championships before turning in the best ďŹ nish in school history the following year with a ďŹ fth-place showing. He coached three All-Americans during his tenure at ASU, including twotime All-American Jamie Elson and All-American and former Ryder 1,ĆŤ,(5!.ĆŤ(%2!.ĆŤ%(/+*Ä‹ Seawell is a 1988 graduate of the University of South Carolina. His degree is in hotel and restaurant management. He lettered on the Gamecocks’ golf team and served as the president of USC’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Seawell and his wife, Stephanie, have three children: Brooke, Jackson and Lauren.

PATRICK MCDONALD

JENNIFER MARTIN

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JOHN MORR

SHERRY SELBY

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Administrative Assistant

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JASON NANCE Equipment Manager - Olympic Sports

JAMES  Orthopedic Surgeon

JEFF LAUBENTHAL Primary Care

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LYLE CAIN

Primary Care

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THE JAY SEAWELL FILE HIRED: July 26, 2002 EDUCATION: Univeristy of South Carolina (1988) COACHING EXPERIENCE: Head Coach, Anderson College (1991-96 & 1997-98) Heach Coach, Augusta State (1998-2002) Head Coach, Alabama (2002-present) NCAA POSTSEASONS: Alabama: 2003, 2005 (28th), 2006, 2007 (6th), 2008 (13th), 2009 (15th), 2010 Augusta State: 1999, 2000, 2001 (7th), 2002 (5th)

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BRYAN GIVHAN Neurosurgeon

JIMMY ROBINSON

RUSH SMITH

Primary Care

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Scott Limbaugh is in his fourth season as the Crimson Tide’s assistant golf coach after an extremely successful tenure as the head coach at Huntingdon College from 2005-07. Limbaugh brings a wealth of experience as both a coach and a former collegiate golfer. He is also the Director of the Alabama Golf Academy and the Tide’s recruiting coordinator. Hired in July of 2007, Limbaugh was the head golf coach at Huntingdon (Ala.) College for three years (2005, 2006 and 2007) before joining the Crimson Tide’s coaching staff. Limbaugh, a Childersburg, Ala., native, was the 2005-06 Eaton/Golf Pride South Region NCAA Division III Coach of the Year. He coached Huntingdon to a fourth-place NCAA Division III men’s golf finish in 2007, which was its best finish in school history. It was Huntingdon’s third straight NCAA appearance as Limbaugh’s teams qualified in all three of his seasons as head coach. His first Huntingdon team in 2005 finished ninth before the 2006 team finished 15th. His 2006 team was ranked No. 1 for almost the entire season in Division III.

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He produced an All-American in Fairhope’s Jacob Collinsworth who finished second individually at the NCAA Division III Championships. Collinsworth is one of three All-Americans Limbaugh produced at Huntingdon. Limbaugh played collegiately for the Hawks for two seasons after helping lead Central Alabama Community College to two NCAA Junior College National Championships. Limbaugh was a co-captain on that 2000 National Champion team for Central Alabama. As a golfer at Huntingdon, he competed at nationals and was team captain in 2002. He is a 2003 graduate of Huntingdon College and was hired as Huntingdon’s assistant golf coach upon graduation. He was elevated to head coach in June of 2004. Limbaugh married the former Kate Mastin on July 18, 2009. Kate works for Crimson Tide Sports Marketing as marketing coordinator. The couple is expecting their first child in February.

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The University of Alabama’s Director of Athletics since 1999, Mal Moore has made an indelible mark on one of the nation’s most storied athletic programs, leading a department that has enjoyed tremendous success athletically and academically and has undergone an unprecedented period of growth during his tenure. Through his guidance, Alabama’s athletic department remains focused on his vision of having all Crimson Tide athletic teams and student-athletes competitive at the highest level nationally while continuing to elevate athletic facilities at the Capstone to premier status nationally for all sports. During his tenure as Director of Athletics, Moore has overseen more than $200 million of capital improvements to University of Alabama athletic facilities. Those projects have encompassed the entire scope of all Crimson Tide athletic programs and have benefitted every Alabama student-athlete, coach, and administrator. Throughout his multi-faceted career, Moore has worked with a diversified field of constituents, from fellow coaches and former players, to fans and the business community. All of those experiences and relationships - in addition to his ability to unify those many constituents - have made him the ideal person to lead Alabama athletics in the 21st century. His leadership has been crucial in helping guide Alabama through a period that has been, at times, extremely challenging. His guidance and effort helped Alabama athletics weather the storm, while continuing to move in a positive direction toward a future that holds great promise. Moore’s dedication to and love of the University of Alabama was recognized on March 28, 2007, when as a permanent tribute to his life-long contribution to The University of Alabama, the Board of Trustees of The University of Alabama officially dedicated the facility formerly known as The Football Building as the Mal M. Moore Athletic Facility.

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Under Moore’s direction, Alabama’s athletic teams have produced two national championships, the 2009 football title and the 2002 NCAA gymnastics championship, as well as several Southeastern Conference championships, winning titles in football, gymnastics, men’s basketball, women’s golf, men’s golf, men’s cross country, baseball and softball; taking SEC tournament titles in both baseball and softball. Alabama athletes have earned some of the highest honors the SEC and NCAA have to offer, including SEC Athlete of the Year, SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, NCAA Top VIII, NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships and NCAA Sportsperson of the Year. These honors are over and above the individual conference and national titles that Alabama athletes continue to bring home to the Capstone on a regular basis. In addition to making his mark on Alabama, Moore has also had a national impact as a key member of several prestigious NCAA and college football committees. Moore has served on the NCAA Division I Football Issues Committee, the SEC Athletic Directors Bowl Advisory Committee and the Big Six Conferences Minority Coaches Forum.

During a coaching career that spanned 31 years, Moore spent 22 of those at Alabama with stops at Montana State, Notre Dame and the NFL’s St. Louis and Phoenix Cardinals. At Alabama, Moore started as Coach Bryant’s graduate assistant in 1964, then as defensive backfield coach for five years beginning in 1965 before becoming quarterbacks coach from 1971-82 and serving as the Tide’s first offensive coordinator starting in 1975. He would go on to coordinate all of the offensive plays for Alabama’s last four national championship teams. A 1963 graduate of The University of Alabama, Moore holds both an undergraduate degree in Sociology and a 1964 Master’s Degree in Secondary Education from the Capstone. Moore was born December 19, 1939, in Dozier, Ala. He and the late Mrs. Charlotte Moore have one daughter, Mrs. Steve (Heather) Cook of Scottsdale, Ariz., a granddaughter, Anna Lee, and a grandson, Charles Cannon.

Moore’s distinguished record of service to UA began more than 50 years ago when he joined the Crimson Tide football squad as a scholarship player for Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant from 1958-62. Moore has the distinction of being a part of eight national championship teams (1961, 1964, 1965, 1973, 1978, 1979, 1992 and 2009) with the first coming as a player, the next six during his coaching career and the last during his tenure as director of athletics. As a player and coach, he was also part of 14 SEC championships, and 27 bowl trips. He is the only individual connected with the Tide program to be a part of eight national championships.

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CAREER ROUND-BY-ROUND 2008-2009 (FRESHMAN) t20th Carpet Capital Collegiate 5th Ping/Golfweek Preview t9th Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate t5th UCF-Isleworth Collegiate t17th John Hayt Collegiate Invitational t17th Puerto Rico Classic t1st U.S. Collegiate Championship t5th SEC Championships t3rd NCAA Northeast Regional t131 NCAA Championships

72-74-72/218 75-68-68/211 69-66-73/208 74-72-70/216 78-76-72/226 70-76-67/213 70-69-73/212 73-70-69/212 79-67-71/217 87-72-72/231

(+2) (-2) (-2) (E) (+10) (-3) (-4) (-4) (+4) (+18)

2009-10 (SOPHOMORE) t6th Ping/Golfweek Invitational t4th Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate 1st Isleworth Collegiate Invitational t47th Puerto Rico Classic t10th John Hyat Collegiate Invitational t30th Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational 1st Linger Longer Invitational t9th Administaff Augusta St. Invitational t36th NCAA East Regional

71-74-75/220 68/68 69-70-72/211 77-71-72/220 78-69-72/219 75-72-72/219 64-73-67/204 69-66-73/208 70-74-70/214

(+4) (-2) (-5) (+4) (+3) (+3) (-12) (-8) (+4)

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OUTLOOK

FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Bud Cauley is one of the elite collegiate golfers entering his junior season in 2010-11 ‌ a two-time ďŹ rst-team Golfweek All-American and a two-time second-team PING All-American ... a semiďŹ nalist for the Hogan Award and selected to the All-Nicklaus Team as a freshman and then a ďŹ nalist for the Hogan Award as a sophomore in 2010 ... one of 10 players selected to the prestigious ĂĀĀĊƍ*%0! ĆŤ00!/ĆŤ('!.ĆŤ1,ĆŤ!)ĆŤÄ?ĆŤ,+/0! ĆŤĆŤÄƒÄĄÄ€ÄĄÄ ĆŤ.!+. ĆŤ%*ĆŤ('!.ĆŤ1,ĆŤ matches as the United State cruised to a victory over the Great Britain and Ireland team ‌ also participated in the Palmer Cup for the United States ... the Southeastern Conference’s Freshman of the Year in 2009 and two-time ďŹ rstteam All-SEC selection ... captured a share of his ďŹ rst collegiate victory at the prestigious United States Collegiate Championship with a 4-under-par score of 212 and ... ďŹ nished 10th nationally in the ďŹ nal 2008-09 individual Golfweek/ Sagarin Performance Index and ďŹ fth in 2010 ‌ has played 52 career rounds at Alabama with 22 coming in below par and 13 in the 60s ‌ has a 71.76 career stroke average ... has three tournament victories, earning medalist honors at the 2009 U.S. Collegiate Championship, the 2009 Isleworth Collegiate Invitational and the 2010 Linger Longer Invitational ... ďŹ nished out of the top 20 in just three of his 18-career events ... 12 top-10 ďŹ nishes and eight top-ďŹ ve ďŹ nishes ... tied for ďŹ fth at the 2009 SEC Championships and tied for third at the 2009 NCAA Northeast Regional ... outstanding leader on the course and tremendous ball-striker ‌ went 1-1 in singles matches at the 2009 Palmer Cup ‌ won the prestigious Players Amateur during the summer of 2008, qualifying him for the 2010 Verizon Heritage PGA Tour stop ‌ qualiďŹ ed for the 2009 U.S. Amateur and then placed ďŹ fth in the stroke play with rounds of 70 and 72 ‌ beat the world’s No. 1 amateur, Rickie Fowler, in the ďŹ rst round of match play 3 & 1 ‌ also qualiďŹ ed for the 2010 U.S. Amateur.

Cauley quickly established a place in the Crimson Tide’s lineup as a true freshman and developed into the team’s No. 1 ... ďŹ rst-team Golfweek All-American and a second-team PING All-American ... named to the Palmer Cup team and selected to the All-Nicklaus Team ... competed in 10 of the Tide’s 11 tournaments in 2008-09, missing the Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play Championships with an injured wrist ... led the team with a 72.13 scoring average (2,164 strokes over 30 rounds) ‌ ďŹ nished 10th in the 2009 Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ... shot under par in seven of his last 15 rounds of golf ... shot under par in ďŹ ve tournaments ... 17 of his 30 rounds were par or better ... had eight rounds in the 60s and 12 rounds under par during the season ... won his ďŹ rst collegiate tournament at the 2009 United States Collegiate Championship with a 4-under-par score of 212 ... turned in six top-10 ďŹ nishes and ďŹ ve top-ďŹ ve ďŹ nishes, including a ninth-place showing at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate and ďŹ fth-place ďŹ nishes at the SEC Championships, Ping/Golfweek Preview and the UCF-Isleworth Collegiate along with a tie for third at the NCAA Northeast Regional ‌ a semiďŹ nalist for the Hogan Award, which is given to the nation’s top collegiate golfer ... low round of his career was a 66 (-4) that came in the second round of the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate where he ďŹ red a career-low 54-hole total of 208 (-2) ‌ made his collegiate debut in the 2008 Carpet Capital Collegiate, ďŹ nishing tied for 20th with a 2-over-par total of 218 ... posted back-to-back 68s in the ďŹ nal two rounds of the Ping/Golfweek Preview to tie for ďŹ fth ... opened the spring season by tying for 17th back in his hometown of Jacksonville, Fla., at the John Hayt Collegiate Invitational, shooting 10-over 226 in windy conditions ... ďŹ red a 5-under-par 67 in the ďŹ nal round to ďŹ nish tied for 17th at the Puerto Rico Classic with a 54-hole score of 3-under 213 ... returned to the lineup at the U.S. Collegiate Championship where he claimed his ďŹ rst tournament win with a 4-under 212 on the challenging layout at The Golf Club of Georgia Lakeside Course ... carded rounds of 2-under 70, 3-under 69 and 1-over 73 to share the title with UCLA’s Erik Flores ... turned in his second straight top-ďŹ ve ďŹ nish by tying for ďŹ fth at the SEC Championships ... shot a 4-under-par 212, including a 69 in the ďŹ nal round ... recorded an impressive 13 birdies over 54-holes at the SEC Championships ... got off to a rough start in the opening round of the NCAA Northeast Regional at the Galloway National Golf Course in Galloway Township, N.J., in 25-plus mph winds with a 79 ... quickly rebounded with a 4-under-par round of 67 that tied the course record and vaulted him back into the top 10 ... shot even-par 71 in the ďŹ nal round to tie for third place ... opened with a disappointing 87 in the ďŹ rst round of the NCAA Championships ... bounced back with back-to-back 1-over-par rounds of 72 ... ďŹ nished tied for 131st at 18-over-par 231, his worst tournament of the season.

SOPHOMORE (2009-10) Cauley proved to be one of the nation’s elite golfers as a sophomore ... a ďŹ rstteam All-American by Golfweek and a second-team choice by PING ‌ a ďŹ rstteam All-SEC selection for the second straight year ‌ ďŹ nished the season with a 71.32 stroke average (1,783 in 25 rounds) with 10 rounds under par and seven in the 60s, including a career-best 64 in the ďŹ rst round of the Linger Longer Invitational ... averaged 69.56 strokes per round over the last three tournaments ... ďŹ nished the season ranked ďŹ fth in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index and 14th in the Golfstat Cup ... 16 of his 25 rounds were at par or better ... was 24th nationally in par-5 scoring (4.64) and sixth in total short game (.664) ... won the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational with a season-best 5-under-par 211 and then captured the Linger Longer Invitational in run-away fashion with a 12-under-par 204 ... has ďŹ ve top-10 ďŹ nishes and three top-ďŹ ve showings ... missed the ďŹ rst tournament of the 2009-10 (2009 Carpet Capital Collegiate) 0+ĆŤ,(5ĆŤ"+.ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ*%0! ĆŤ00!/ĆŤ%*ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ('!.ĆŤ1,ĆŤ)0$!/ĆŤÄ‹Ä‹Ä‹ĆŤ$%/ĆŤĂź./0ĆŤ0+1.*)!*0ĆŤ of the season was the Ping/Golfweek Invitational where he posted a top-10 ďŹ nishing, tying for sixth at 4-over-par 220 at the Gold Mountain Golf Club in .!)!.0+*ÄŒĆŤ/$Ä‹ĆŤÄ‹Ä‹Ä‹ĆŤĂź*%/$! ĆŤ0%! ĆŤ"+.ĆŤ"+1.0$ĆŤ%*ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ.%*ÄĄ/$+.0!*! ĆŤ !..5ĆŤ0!ĆŤ National Intercollegiate with a 2-under-par 68 ... tied for 47th at the Puerto Rico Classic, carding a 4-over-par 220 in the ďŹ rst event of the spring season ... was the Crimson Tide’s top scorer with a 3-over-par 219 at the John Hyatt Collegiate Invitational in his hometown of Jacksonville, Fla., at the Sawgrass Country Club ... ďŹ nished tied for 30th at the Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational with a 3-over-par score of 219 ... broke out an opening round slump with a careerlow 64 (-8) in the ďŹ rst round of the Linger Longer Invitational ... carded eight birdies and no birdies in the ďŹ rst round ... captured medalist honors by six strokes over Oklahoma State Kevin Tway with a career-best 12-under-par 204 ... ďŹ red rounds of 64, 83 and 67 for the win ... was named the Golfweek Player +"ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ!!'ĆŤ"+.ĆŤ$%/ĆŤ,(5ĆŤ0ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ %*#!.ĆŤ +*#!.ĆŤ *2%00%+*(ĆŤÄ‹Ä‹Ä‹ĆŤĂź*%/$! ĆŤ0%! ĆŤ"+.ĆŤ ninth at the Administaff Augusta State Invitational ... shot 9-under 135 in 36 holes on the opening day of play before ďŹ nishing with a 73 in the ďŹ nal round for an 8-under-par 208 ... shot 4-over-par 214 at the NCAA East Regional at the Yale Course in New Haven, Conn., to ďŹ nish tied for 36th.

PREP HIGHLIGHTS 1(!5ĆŤ3/ĆŤĆŤ+ÄĄ ! (%/0ĆŤ0ĆŤ0$!ƍĂĀĀĉƍ+5+0ĆŤ+.( ĆŤ 1*%+.ĆŤ)0!1.ĆŤ$)pionships held in Japan ‌ a member of the 2006 Junior Ryder Cup, playing %*ĆŤ!3,+.0ÄŒĆŤ(!/ĆŤÄ?ĆŤ)!)!.ĆŤ+"ĆŤ0$!ƍĂĀĀĉƍĆŤ+.( ĆŤ 1*%+.ĆŤ$),%+*/$%,/ĆŤ team ‌ three-time AJGA Rolex Junior All-America ‌ ranked top-ďŹ ve nationally in Junior golf and among top 15 in the world ‌ a three-time AJGA winner ‌ two-time member of the Canon Cup team ... competed in 2008 Junior Players Championship, ďŹ nishing tied for third place (74-73-69/216) at TPC Sawgrass ‌ captured the 2008 Terra Cotta Invitational ‌ ďŹ nished second at the 2007 AJGA Thunderbird, the 2007 Verizon Junior Heritage and the 2008 New Year’s Invitational ‌ ďŹ nished third at the 2007 AJGA Junior Players and the 2007 Sunnehanna Amateur ‌ was ranked No. 1 in junior golf when he moved up to amateur events ‌ has eight holes-in-one during his golf career and a low round of 63 in tournament play.

PERSONAL INFORMATION Cauley is the son of Bill and Melba Cauley ‌ has one sister, Jessica ‌ home schooled ‌ father Bill, is a Navy diver, and his mother, Melba, is a teacher ‌ majoring in communication studies.

CAULEY’S CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 2009-10 Totals

Events 10 9 19

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Rounds 30 25 55

Strokes 2,164 1,783 3,947

Avg. 72.13 71.32 71.76

18 66 64 64

54 208 204 204

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Under Par 12 10 22

60s 8 7 15

Top 10 6 7 13

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CAREER ROUND-BY-ROUND 2008-2009 (FRESHMAN) t49th Carpet Capital Collegiate t52nd Ping/Golfweek Preview t11th Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate t35th UCF-Isleworth Collegiate t2nd John Hayt Collegiate Invitational 16th Puerto Rico Classic t49th Callaway Championship t19th U.S. Collegiate Championship t17th SEC Championships 1st NCAA Northeast Regional t136th NCAA Championships

76-76-72/224 (+8) 77-78-73/228 (+15) 70-64-75/209 (-1) 73-74-80/227 (+11) 72-72-72/216 (E) 70-71-71/212 (-4) 74-80/154 (+10) 75-76-71/222 (+6) 80-68-71/219 (+3) 74-71-67/212 (-1) 73-76-83/232 (+19)

CAREER ROUND-BY-ROUND 2009-10 (SOPHOMORE) t14th Carpet Capital Collegiate t32nd Ping/Golfweek Invitational 1st Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate t16th Isleworth Collegiate Invitational ā/0ƫƫ !/0!.*ƫ!ü*%*#ƫ((ġ)!.%ƫ(//%ƫ t32nd Puerto Rico Classic t65th John Hyat Collegiate Invitational t1st Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational t30th Linger Longer Invitational t47th Administaff Augusta St. Invitational t4th SEC Championships t24th NCAA East Regional

75-71-70/216 77-75-75/227 65/65 75-71-76/222 ććġćĈġćĊĥĂĀĂƫ 73-73-71/217 86-74-74/234 73-68-70/211 78-75-72/225 71-74-73/218 69-67-71/207 70-68-73/211

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(E) (+11) (-5) (+6) Ĩġāāĩ (+1) (+18) (-5) (+9) (+2) (-3) (+1)

ALABAMA


OUTLOOK Hunter Hamrick has been a key to the Crimson Tide’s success since he ďŹ rst teed it up as a redshirt freshman in 2008-09 and continued that success with a ďŹ rst-team All-SEC and honorable mention All-America honors as a sophomore in 2009-10 ‌ a part of Alabama’s potent 1-2 punch at the top of the lineup card ... a 2009 honorable mention PING All-American and an honorable mention selection by Golfweek ... has played in all 21 of Alabama’s tourna)!*0/ĆŤ 1.%*#ĆŤ$%/ĆŤ.!!.ĆŤÄ‹Ä‹Ä‹ĆŤ3+*ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ!/0!.*ĆŤ!Ăź*%*#ĆŤ((ÄĄ)!.%*ĆŤ(//%ĆŤ%*ĆŤ 2009 playing as an individual and has three career tournament wins, including the 2009 NCAA Northeast Regional ... career scoring average of 72.89 in 66 rounds of golf ... has six top-10 ďŹ nishes and 12 top-20 showings in his career ... very consistent on the golf course ‌ one of the Tide’s best ball strikers and very straight off the tee ‌ has won the 2009 and 2010 Alabama State Amateur and qualiďŹ ed for the 2010 U.S. Amateur.

SOPHOMORE (2009-10) Hamrick took his game to a new level as a sophomore ... captured medalist $+*+./ĆŤ 0ĆŤ 0$!ĆŤ !..5ĆŤ 0!ĆŤ 0%+*(ĆŤ *0!.+((!#%0!ĆŤ * ĆŤ 0$!ĆŤ !/0!.*ĆŤ !Ăź*%*#ĆŤ All-American Golf Classic while tying for the tournament win at the Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational before losing in a playoff ... an honorable mention AllAmerican by PING and Golfweek ‌ garnered ďŹ rst-team All-SEC recognition ‌ ďŹ nished second on the team in scoring with a 72.21 scoring average (2,455 over 34 rounds) ... ďŹ nished ranked 35th in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ... posted ďŹ ve top-20 ďŹ nishes in 11 events ... paced Alabama in ďŹ ve of 11 tournaments in 2009-10 ‌ ďŹ nished 25th nationally in putting ‌ opened the season with a tie for 14th at the Carpet Capital Collegiate, ďŹ ring rounds of 75, 71 and 70 for an even-par 216 ... posted an 11-over 227 at the Ping/Golfweek Invitational for a tie for 32nd ... scorched the Old Overton tract in Birmingham in the only round of the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate with a 5-under-par 65 that edged Texas’ Cody Gribble (66) for medalist honors ... tied for 16th at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational in the Tide’s next tournament, carding a ćĥ+2!.ÄĄ,.ĆŤÄ‚Ä‚Ä‚ĆŤÄ‹Ä‹Ä‹ĆŤ.!,.!/!*0! ĆŤ()ĆŤ%*ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ!/0!.*ĆŤ!Ăź*%*#ĆŤ((ÄĄ)!.%ĆŤ Golf Classic in El Paso, Texas, leading up to the Sun Bowl in December and blew away the ďŹ eld with a career-low 11-under-par 202 to beat one of the most competitive ďŹ elds in collegiate golf ... ďŹ nished tied for 32nd at the Puerto Rico Classic (+1, 217) before struggling to a 65th-place showing at the John Hyat Collegiate Invitational (+18, 234) ... was tied for the tournament lead after 54 holes of the Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational, but missed out of medalist honors as Mississippi’s Jonathan Randolph won the playoff with a birdie on the ďŹ rst hole ... Hamrick carded rounds of 73, 68 and 70 to post a 5-underpar total of 211 ... ďŹ nished tied for 30th at the Linger Longer Invitational at 9-over-par 225 ... tied for 47th at the Administaff Augusta State Invitational after rounds of 71, 74 and 73 for a 2-over-par 218 ... collected his best SEC Championship ďŹ nish by ďŹ ring rounds of 69, 67 and 71 to tie for fourth place ... placed in a tie for 24th at the NCAA East Regional to pace the Crimson Tide squad at 1-over-par 211.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2008-09) Hamrick played in all 11 tournaments for the Crimson Tide ‌ ďŹ nished with a 73.59 stroke average (2,355 strokes over 32 rounds) ‌ honorable mention PING All-American ... captured his ďŹ rst career tournament at the 2009 NCAA Northeast Regional as he paced Alabama to its ďŹ rst regional championship ... had two top-10 ďŹ nishes and six top-20 showings as a freshman ... ďŹ nished 70th nationally in the ďŹ nal Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ... made his collegiate debut at the Carpet Capital Collegiate ‌ ďŹ nished tied for 11th at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate with a 1-under-par 209 ‌ also ďŹ red the low round of his career at the JPNI with 6-under-par 64 in the second round of the event, which is tied for the second-lowest round in school history ... opened the spring on ďŹ re with a second-place showing at the John Hayt Collegiate Invitational, shooting three even-par rounds of 72 ... turned in another consistent and impressive performance the following weekend at the Puerto

Rico Classic where he ďŹ nished 16th ... shot rounds of 70, 71 and 71 to pace the Crimson Tide team with a 54-hole score of 4-under-par 212 ... ďŹ nished tied for 49th in the stroke play portion of the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championships with a 36-hole total of 154 (+10) ... a perfect 3-0 during match play, knocking off Charlotte’s Corey Nagy 1-up, Duke’s Spencer Anderson 2-up and San Diego’s Ian Coffman 6 and 5 ... was the Tide’s No. 2 scorer at the United States Collegiate Championship, ďŹ nishing tied for 19th as the team ďŹ nished tied for ďŹ fth ... carded rounds of 75 (+3), 76 (+4) and 71 (-1) for a 6-over 222 ... shot a second-round 68 at the SEC Championships and followed that up with a 71 in the ďŹ nal round to ďŹ nish in a tie for 17th ... posted a 54-hole total of 219 (+3) after an opening round 80 ... posted an opening-round 74 in 25plus mph winds at the NCAA Northeast Regional at the Galloway National Golf Club in Galloway Township, N.J. ... followed that with an even-par 71 in the second round ... tied the course record with a 4-under-par 67 in the ďŹ nal round to capture his ďŹ rst medalist honors ... birdied the 16th and 17th hole to earn a 1-stroke victory ... knocked a 3-wood within 20 feet at the par-5 16th and two-putted for birdie and then nailed another 3-wood within three feet at the 249-yard par-3 17th ... tied for 136th at the NCAA Championships with rounds of 73, 76 and 83.

REDSHIRT (SPRING 2008) He graduated from high school early, earning his diploma from Montgomery Academy in December 2007 ‌ enrolled in school and began attending classes at Alabama in January 2008 in order to get a jump on school and golf ‌ redshirted during the spring of 2008.

PREP HIGHLIGHTS Hamrick played in the 2005 U.S. Amateur ‌ was the youngest player in the ďŹ eld at the 2006 U.S. Amateur (age 15) ‌ played in the 2003 U.S. Junior Amateur, and at age 13, was the youngest in the ďŹ eld ‌ December 2007 graduate of Montgomery Academy ‌ was highlighted in Sports Illustrated’s “Faces in the Crowdâ€? section in the Feb. 11, 2008, issue because of his graduating from high school early and his accolades (ďŹ ve top-four ďŹ nishes in the Class 3A tournament dating to the 7th grade, he didn’t get to compete as a senior because he’d graduated), three individual titles and ďŹ ve team titles â€ŚďŹ nished second in stroke play at the 2007 U.S. Junior Championship ‌ won the 2007 Blue-Gray High School Invitational with a 2-under 142, including a Montgomery Academy record round of 65 ‌ won his ďŹ rst of three individual state high school titles as an eighth grader (won in 2005, 2006 and 2007) ‌ ďŹ nished second in the state as a seventh grader ‌ owns the Montgomery Academy wins record with 1,334 (win for every golfer a player beats in a match or tournament, excluding teammates) ‌ sophomore stroke average was 72.3 ‌ freshman stroke average of 72.8 ‌ coached by Tim Bethea, who with Hamrick’s help, won ďŹ ve consecutive 3A state championships.

PERSONAL INFORMATION Hamrick is the son of Bill and Gail Hamrick ‌ has one older sister, Hayden ‌ was one of the youngest students on campus when he began classes in January of 2008 ‌ majoring in pre-business.

HAMRICK’S CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

Events 11 12 23

GOLF

Rounds 32 34 66

Strokes 2,355 2,455 4,810

Avg. 73.59 72.21 72.88

18 64 65 64

54 208 202 202

72 -

Under Par 9 14 23

60s 3 8 11

Top 10 2 4 6

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CAREER ROUND-BY-ROUND 2009-10 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN)

44th t44th 64th t63rd t42nd t41st t38th t40th t16th t56th

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Carpet Capital Collegiate Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Puerto Rico Classic John Hyat Collegiate Invitational Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational Linger Longer Invitational Administaff Augusta St. Invitational SEC Championships NCAA East Regional

70-82-75/227 (+11) 74/74 (+4) 80-78-80/238 (+22) 76-77-74/227 (+11) 75-80-74/229 (+13) 74-74-73/221 (+5) 74-75-78/227 (+11) 74-68-75/217 (+1) 73-72-69/214 (+4) 75-75-71/221 (+11)

ALABAMA


OUTLOOK

PREP HIGHLIGHTS

Lee Knox was a regular in the lineup for Alabama as a redshirt freshman in 2009-10 ... picked up SEC All-Freshman Team honors with a strong finish to his rookie season ... played in 10 tournaments for the Tide and has a 74.82 scoring average ... a very consistent golfer with an outstanding short game … has the potential for a big future for Alabama … won the Georgia State Amateur in 2010 and qualified for the 2010 U.S. Amateur.

Knox was the 2008 Georgia Independent Schools Association AAA State In%2% 1(ƫ$),%+*ƫďƫĂĀĀĆƫċċċċƫ((ġ)!.%*ƫďƫ0$.!!ġ0%)!ƫ ƫƫ((ġ Region selection … Augusta Preparatory Day School finished second in the 2007 GISA AAA State Tournament … had four top-15 finishes in the Georgia State Junior … finished tied for seventh at the 2008 Verizon Junior Heritage … has had five top-20 finishes in American Junior Golf Association events … finished tied for sixth at the 2008 Southern Junior Championship … a fourtime team MVP in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2009-10) Knox played in 10 events for the Crimson Tide as a redshirt freshman ... finished with a 74.82 scoring average with two rounds of golf under par - a 70 in his first collegiate round at the Carpet Capital Collegiate and a 68 at the Administaff Augusta State Invitational ... selected to the SEC’s All-Freshman Team ... finished 44th at the Carpet Capital with an 11-over-par 227 ... tied for 44th at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate with a 4-over-par 74 at Old Overton Golf Club in Birmingham ... carded a 238 at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational to finish 68th ... tied for 63rd at the Puerto Rico Classic with a 11-over-par 227 ... shot a 229 at the John Hyat Collegiate invitational ... turned in his best showing of his young career with a then-career-best 5-over-par 221 at the Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational to finish tied for 41st ... returned to Georgia for the Linger Longer Invitational in Statesboro on March 26-28 and finished tied for 38th at 11-over-par 228 ... returned to his hometown of Augusta, Ga., for the Administaff Augusta State Invitational on April 3-4 and fired a then career-low 1-over-par 217 ... his second-round 68 (-4) was a career best and his first-career round in the 60s ... followed that performance up with a new a career-low 54-hole total of 214 at the SEC Championship to finish tied for 16th ... fired a final round 1-under-par 69 to collect his second round in the 60s and his first collegiate top-20 finish … shot 11-over 221 to finish tied for 56th at the NCAA East Regional at the Yale Course in New Haven, Conn.

PERSONAL INFORMATION Lee is the son of, Jeff and Catherine Knox … Lee was coached by his father, Jeff, at Augusta Preparatory Day School … majoring in pre-business.

REDSHIRT (2008-09) He redshirted during his first season at the University of Alabama.

KNOX’S CAREER STATS Year Events 2009-10 10 TOTALS 10

GOLF

Rounds 28 28

Strokes 2,095 2,095

Avg. 74.82 74.82

18 68 68

54 214 214

72 -

Under Par 3 3

60s 2 2

Top 10 0 0

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CAREER ROUND-BY-ROUND 2008-2009 (FRESHMAN) t29th Ping/Golfweek Preview t11th Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate t22nd John Hayt Collegiate Invitational t21st Callaway Championships t55th U.S. Collegiate Championship 58th SEC Championships

71-72-77/220 (+7) 70-72-67/209 (-1) 72-75-79/227 (+11) 77-72/149 (+5) 72-82-76/230 (+14) 81-74-79/234 (+18)

2009-10 (SOPHOMORE) t29th Carpet Capital Collegiate t68th Ping/Golfweek Invitational t20th Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate t25th Puerto Rico Classic t76th John Hyat Collegiate Invitational t20th Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational t38th Linger Longer Invitational t73rd Administaff Augusta St. Invitational 56th SEC Championships T41st NCAA East Regional

72-72-76/220 (+4) 80-77-82/240 (+24) 71/71 (+1) 70-75-71/216 (E) 80-73-86/239 (+23) 70-74-74/218 (+2) 78-74-75/227 (+11) 73-77-74/224 (+8) 77-75-78/230 (+20) 71-74-70/215 (+5)

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ALABAMA


OUTLOOK

REDSHIRT (2007-08)

Hunter Slatton was been a regular contributor in the Alabama lineup in 200910 and will battled for a spot in the lineup again as a junior ... played in six tournaments during the 2008-09 schedule as a redshirt freshman and has seen the lineup in 10-of-11 tournaments in 2009-10 ... boasts a 74.87 career scoring average over 45 career rounds of golf ... has seven career rounds under par and one in the 60s with a 67 at the 2008 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate ... hard worker on and off the course that is driven to be the best.

He redshirted during his freshman campaign at the Capstone.

SOPHOMORE (2009-10) He competed in 10 tournaments for the Crimson Tide as a sophomore and finished with a 75.00 scoring average after 28 rounds of golf in 2009-10 ... posted three top-25 finishes as a sophomore ... shot three rounds under par in 2009-10 ... began the season with a 29th-place showing at the Carpet Capital Collegiate, firing rounds of 72, 72 and 76 for a 4-over-par 220 ... was 68th at the Ping/Golfweek Invitational ... finished in a tie for 20th at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, carding a 1-over-par 71 in the only round of the rainshortened event ... tied for 25th at the Puerto Rico Classic where he led Alabama with an even-par, 54-hole total of 216 after rounds of 70, 75 and 71 ... finished tied for 76th at the John Hyat Collegiate Invitational ... rebounded with a solid showing at the Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational where he posted the Tide’s second-best score at 2-over-par 218 to tie for 20th ... finished tied for 38th at the Linger Longer Invitational where the Crimson Tide finished second top-ranked Oklahoma State as a team ... tied for 73rd at the Administaff Augusta State Invitational at 8-over-par 224 ... competed in his second SEC Championship where he finished 56th after rounds of 77, 75 and 78 to total a 20-over-par 230 … shot 5-over-par 215 to finish tied for 41st on the Yale Course at the 2010 NCAA East Regional with rounds of 75, 75 and a closing 71.

PREP HIGHLIGHTS Slatton was a 2003 and 2005 Alabama 5A State Individual Champion ... 2003 Alabama Independent Schools Association State Champion ... five-time AllState selection ... Golfweek ranked him No. 32 among the Class of 2007 recruits ... 2005 U.S. Junior Amateur participant ... played at Tuscaloosa Academy in 2003, winning the individual state championship and helping his team win the state’s team championship ... transferred to Northridge High in 2004 ... won the state individual title in 2005 and his Northridge team finished runner-up ... one of 12 golfers nationally to be named Hewitt Packard Scholastic Junior All-American in 2006 ... Tuscaloosa News 2005, 2006 and 2007 High School Golf MVP.

PERSONAL INFORMATION He was born in Augusta, Ga., but family now lives in Tuscaloosa ... majoring in pre-business at Alabama ... has a younger brother, Jordan ... parents are Don and Regina Slatton.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2008-2009) Slatton competed in six varsity tournaments for the Crimson Tide during the 2008-09 schedule … averaged a 74.65 during his 17 rounds to rank fourth on the team … made his collegiate debut at the Ping/Golfweek Preview, finishing tied for 29th with a 7-over-par 220 with rounds of 71, 72 and 77 … turned in the top performance of his young career with a tie for 11th place at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate that included a career-low 67 in the final round ... made his first start of the spring schedule at the John Hayt Collegiate Invitational and finished tied for 22nd ... in high winds the Tuscaloosa native shot rounds of 72, 75 and 79 to finish at 11-over-par 227 ... paced Alabama during stroke-play qualifying for the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championships, firing a 5-over 149 (+5) to finish tied for 21st ... went 2-1 in match play ac0%+*ƫ3%0$ƫ3%*/ƫ+2!.ƫ$.(+00!Ě/ƫ0!"*ƫ%! !.#.1!*ƫ* ƫ1'!Ě/ƫ )ƫ +*#ƫċċċƫ posted a tie for 55th at the United State Collegiate Championship with rounds of 72 (E), 82 (+10) and 76 (+4) ... posted a 58th-place finish at the SEC Championships after rounds of 81-74-79.

SLATTON’S CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

Events 6 10 16

GOLF

Rounds 17 28 45

Strokes 1,269 2,100 3,369

Avg. 74.65 75.00 74.87

18 67 70 67

54 209 215 209

72 0

Under Par 3 4 7

60s 1 0 1

Top 10 0 0 0

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CAREER ROUND-BY-ROUND 2009-10 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN) t33rd Carpet Capital Collegiate t63rd Ping/Golfweek Invitational t11th Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate t25th Isleworth Collegiate Invitational 62nd Puerto Rico Classic t27th John Hayt Collegiate Invitational t56th Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational t15th Linger Longer Invitational 92nd Administaff Augusta St. Invitational 53rd SEC Championships t29th NCAA East Regional

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72-74-76/226 77-75-83/239 69/69 76-74-76/226 69-85-72/226 74-75-77/226 78-74-73/225 83-68-69/220 73-83-71/227 77-75-78/230 70-74-70/212

(+10) (+23) (-1) (+10) (+10) (+10) (+9) (+4) (+11) (+17) (+2)

ALABAMA


OUTLOOK

REDSHIRT (2008-09)

Scott Strohmeyer redshirted during his true freshman season at the Capstone and was a fixture in the Alabama lineup in 2009-10 … coaches believe the long-hitting sophomore can be an outstanding golfer … played in 11 of the Crimson Tide’s tournaments last season ... has a career-stroke average of 75.03 over 31 rounds of golf … has shot four rounds in the 60s ... very long and straight off the tee … did not start playing golf until he was 15 years old.

Strohmeyer redshirted during his first season at the University of Alabama.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2009-10) He played in all 31 rounds – 11 tournaments – for the Crimson Tide in 200910 ... recorded 2,326 strokes for a 75.03 scoring average ... fired five rounds under par and four in the 60s ... his top finish came in the rain-shortened Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate where he fired a career-best 69 to post a tie for 11th place ... his low 54-hole score was a 2-over-par 212 at the NCAA East Regional at the Yale Course in New Haven, Conn. ... posted a 25th-place showing at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational, posting a 10-over-par 226 ... opened his Alabama career with a tie for 33rd position at the Carpet Capital Collegiate, shooting rounds of 72, 74 and 76 for a 226 ... finished 63rd at the Ping/Golfweek Invitational ... opened the spring schedule with a 69 in the first round of the Puerto Rico Classic where he finished tied for 62nd at 10-over-par ... also shot a 10-over 226 at the John Hyat Collegiate invitational with rounds of 74, 75 and 77 ... after an 83 in round one, Strohmeyer turned in the best back-to-back rounds of his young career with a 4-under-par 68 in the second round of the Linger Longer Invitational and a 69 (-3) in the final round to finish tied for 15th at 4-over-par 220 ... the 54-hole total of 220 was a career best, as was his second-round 68 ... carded an 11-over-par 227 at the Administaff Augusta State Invitational with rounds of 73 and 71 sandwiched around an 83 in round two ... carded 78, 75 and 74 to fire a 17-over-par 227 at the SEC Championship and finished tied for 53rd.

PREP HIGHLIGHTS He helped Auburn High win two Class 6A State Championships his sophomore and junior seasons … transferred to Auburn High from Lee-Scott Prep following his freshman year … coached by Duke Smith at Auburn High … finished second individually at the 2007 Alabama State High School Champi+*/$%,/ƫďƫĂĀĀćƫ,.0%%,*0ƫ%*ƫ0$!ƫ+.( ƫ$+(.ġ0$(!0!ƫ)!/ƫďƫ(+3ƫ.+1* ƫ is a 65 .... also played baseball, basketball, soccer and football in high school ďƫ,(5! ƫ+*ƫ0$!ƫĂĀĀăƫ!ƫ10$ƫ+.( ƫ!.%!/ƫ$),%+*ƫ0!)ƫ%*ƫ/!((ƫ and, after playing so much baseball, took up golf as a break and soon quit baseball for golf … also instructed by Hank Johnson.

PERSONAL INFORMATION Scott is the son of Mark and Teri Strohmeyer … fired a career low round of 62 in practice and 66 in tournament play going into his freshman season at Alabama … majoring in kinesiology major … a National Honor Society mem!.ƫ%*ƫ$%#$ƫ/$++(ƫďƫ$/ƫƫ5+1*#!.ƫ.+0$!.Čƫ%((Čƫ* ƫƫ5+1*#!.ƫ/%/0!.Čƫ.ċ

STROHMEYER’S CAREER STATS Year Events 2009-10 11 TOTALS 11

GOLF

Rounds 31 31

Strokes 2,326 2,326

Avg. 75.03 75.03

18 68 68

54 212 212

72 -

Under Par 5 5

60s 4 4

Top 10 0 0

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CAREER ROUND-BY-ROUND 2008-2009 (SOPHOMORE) t47th* Carpet Capital Collegiate t35th Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate 2009-2010 (JUNIOR) 86th* LInger Longer Invitational *competed as an individual

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76-76-71/223 72-75-69/216

(+7) (+6)

82-79-87/248 (+32)

ALABAMA


OUTLOOK

REDSHIRT (2006-07)

$%((%,ƫ!2!.ƫ!*0!./ƫ$%/ƫ/!*%+.ƫ/!/+*ƫ3%0$ƫ0$!ƫ.%)/+*ƫ% !ƫďƫ/0.0! ƫ0$.!!ƫ career tournaments during the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons … boasts a 76.33 scoring average over nine competitive rounds ... very competitive and driven to be the best.

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JUNIOR (2009-10) He participated in one tournament as an individual for the Crimson Tide .... shot a 248 and finished 86th at the Linger Longer Invitational as an individual.

SOPHOMORE (2008-09) !2!.ƫ+),!0! ƫ%*ƫ03+ƫ2./%05ƫ0+1.*)!*0/ƫ"+.ƫ0$!ƫ.%)/+*ƫ% !ƫ%*ƫ0$!ƫ"((ƫ of 2008 … made his collegiate debut at the 2008 Carpet Capital Collegiate, finishing tied for 47th with a 7-over-par 223 … posted a tie for 35th at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate with a 6-over-par 216 that included his career-low round of 69 in the final round.

FRESHMAN (2007-08)

PREP HIGHLIGHTS !2!.ƫ3/ƫƫĂĀĀĉƫċċƫ)0!1.ƫ,.0%%,*0ƫďƫ/$+0ƫćĉġćĆƫ%*ƫ0$!ƫ !),$%/ƫ qualifier for the 2008 U.S. Amateur to qualify … 2007 winner of the Dogwood Invitational qualifier, shooting a 66 in round one ... finished sixth (7075-68/213) at the 2005 AJGA Burgett Moody Classic … finished fourth of 75 at the 2006 Alabama State Junior (76-67-74/217) … … finished fifth of 63 at the AJGA Jerry Pate/Andrews Institute Junior (77-69-70/216) … 2007 graduate of Tuscaloosa’s Northridge High School ... played for David Akins at Northridge ... Northridge finished second in state 5A in 2004, second in 2005 and sixth in 2006 ... finished fourth at 2006 Alabama State Junior Championship in the 16-18 division, shooting 76-67-74/217.

PERSONAL INFORMATION $%((%,ƫ!2!.ƫ%/ƫ0$!ƫ/+*ƫ+"ƫ$%((%,ƫ* ƫ .5ƫ!2!.ƫċċċƫ3/ƫ0$.!!ƫ5!./ƫ+( ƫ when he first picked up a club to play, with his dad cutting regulation size clubs down to about two feet ... majoring in business and marketing.

He did not compete in 2007-08, his redshirt freshman season, as the Tide boasted a veteran team ... earned Academic All-SEC honors.

WEAVER’S CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

Events 2 1 3

GOLF

Rounds 6 3 9

Strokes 439 248 687

Avg. 73.17 82.67 76.33

18 69 79 69

54 216 248 216

72 -

Under Par 2 0 2

60s 1 1 1

Top 10 0 0 0

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OUTLOOK Trey Mullinax III is a talented junior golfer out of Gardendale High School just north of Birmingham … a great driver of the golf ball with strong work ethic and a positive attitude … has a tremendous upside and should be a contributor for the Crimson Tide in the near future.

PREP HIGHLIGHTS He led his high school team at Gardendale to three straight Jefferson County 5A Championships from 2006-2008 … won the ĂĀĀĉƫ ('!.ƫ +1*05ƫ (//%ƫ ďƫ +/0/ƫ ü2!ƫ 0+,ġāĀƫ ü*%/$!/ƫ %*ƫ 0$!ƫ Southeastern Junior Golf Tour events since 2008 … finished third at the 2010 Alabama Boys State Junior Championship, behind team)0!ƫ+5ƫ500ƫďƫ$!ƫ(/+ƫü*%/$! ƫ/!+* ƫ0ƫ0$!ƫĂĀĀĊƫ()ƫ +5/ƫ00!ƫ 1*%+.ƫ$),%+*/$%,Čƫ!$%* ƫ500ƫďƫü*%/$! ƫ/%40$ƫ0ƫ the 2010 Alabama State Amateur at Turtle Point Golf Club, won by teammate Hunter Hamrick.

PERSONAL INFORMATION Trey is the son of Kristy and Chip Mullinax … lowest round is a 63 at Castle Pines in Gardendale, Ala., while his lowest +),!0%0%2!ƫ.+1* ƫ%/ƫƫććƫ0ƫ0$!ƫĂĀāĀƫ%((+3ƫ+%*0ƫ *2%0tional is undecided on a major at Alabama.

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ALABAMA


OUTLOOK Hunter Bronson walked on to the Crimson Tide program in the fall of 2010 … after injuries derailed his golf career out of high school, the senior’s hard work and dedication to the game earned him a spot on the Alabama team … qualified for the 2010 United States )0!1.ƫ 0ƫ $)!./ƫ 5ƫ +("ƫ +1./!ƫ %*ƫ (!Čƫ /$%*#0+*ƫ ďƫ finished 11th at the 2010 Alabama State Amateur Championship … tied for 17th at the 2010 Greystone Invitational … provides Alabama with quality depth on the 11-man roster.

PREP HIGHLIGHTS Bronson was the 2004 4A Alabama High School State Champion 0ƫ ġ.%#$0ƫ.!,Čƫ0$!ƫ/)!ƫ/$++(ƫ/ƫ".!/$)*ƫ+5ƫ500ƫ ďƫ$!(,! ƫ ġ.%#$0ƫ0+ƫƫ()ƫ00!ƫ$),%+*/$%,ƫďƫƫ03+ġ 0%)!ƫ()ƫ,+.0/ƫ.%0!./ƫ//+%0%+*ƫ((ġ00!ƫ/!(!0%+*ċ

PERSONAL INFORMATION Hunter is in his fourth year of classes at the University of Alabama "0!.ƫ #. 10%*#ƫ ".+)ƫ  ġ.%#$0ƫ .!,.0+.5ƫ %*ƫ ĂĀĀĈƫ ďƫ $+( /ƫ a 3.9 grade point average in finance with a minor in history … a Presidential Scholar … member of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society, which honors academic success in the field of business.

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OUTLOOK +.5ƫ$%0/!00ƫ+)!/ƫ0+ƫ()ƫ/ƫ+*!ƫ+"ƫ0$!ƫ)+/0ƫ/+1#$0ƫ"0!.ƫ recruits in the nation … the left-hander brings a wealth of junior experience to the Capstone and should be a contributor from day one for the Crimson Tide … possesses a great all-around golf game … a talented ball striker that does everything well … very accurate off the tee.

PREP HIGHLIGHTS $%0/!00Ě/ƫ .+3*%*#ƫ $%!2!)!*0ƫ /ƫ ƫ &1*%+.ƫ 3/ƫ 3%**%*#ƫ 0$!ƫ 2007 United States Junior Amateur Championship at the age of 15 … is one of only five players in the history of the event to win at such a young age … participated in the 2007 United States Amateur Championship at Olympic ... ranked No. 6 in the 2010 Golfweek/Sagarin Junior Performance Index … ranks 21st in Golfweek’s men’s top 100 amateur rankings … two-time EA Sports Boys Golf All-American … National High School Coaches Association selected him as the 2010 National High School Senior Athlete of the Year for men’s golf … captured the 2008 +(!4ƫ+1.*)!*0ƫ+"ƫ$),%+*/ƫďƫ3+*ƫ0$!ƫĂĀĀĉƫ!/0!.*ƫ 1nior Championship … was the 2008 5A Texas State Champion for Memorial High School in Houston, Texas, and the runner-up in 2009 … he then tied for the state title in 2010 in a rain-shortened tournament … 2010 runner-up at the Terra Cotta Invitational at the Naples National Golf Club … a Rolex All-American as a sophomore in high school.

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OUTLOOK +5ƫ 500ƫ !)!ƫ %*/0*0(5ƫ ")+1/ƫ %*ƫ 0$!ƫ #+(ü*#ƫ 3+.( ƫ 3%0$ƫ a unheard of 57 at the 2010 Alabama Boys State Championship … 0$!ƫ*0%2!ƫ+"ƫ +%(!Čƫ(ċČƫ* ƫ#. 10!ƫ+"ƫ ġ.%#$0ƫ.!,ƫ+)!/ƫ to the Capstone with an impressive list of credentials … ranked No. 1 in the 2010 Polo Golf rankings … brings a wealth of tournament experience to the Tide lineup as a true freshman … an excellent ball striker with a good short game … very straight off the tee … should make an immediate impact in the Crimson Tide’s lineup.

PREP HIGHLIGHTS He was considered one of the elite recruits in the nation coming out of high school … an accomplished junior golfer … shot a 57 in the first round of the 2010 Alabama Boys State Junior Championship, carding 12 birdies, one eagle and five pars on the par-71, 6,628-yard Country Club of Mobile … a four-time champion at the Alabama Boys State Championship (2007-2010) … participated in the 2010 *%0! ƫ 00!ƫ )0!1.ƫ 0ƫ $)!./ƫ 5ƫ %*ƫ (!Čƫ /$ċƫ ďƫ !* ! ƫ his junior career ranked seventh in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index and No. 1 in the Polo Golf rankings … won the 2009 Junior Players Championship at Sawgrass Country Club in Ponte ! .ƫ !$Čƫ (ċƫ ďƫ $!(,! ƫ  ġ.%#$0ƫ 3%*ƫ 0$!ƫ ĂĀĀĉƫ * ƫ ĂĀĀĊƫ state championship while garnering medalist honors in 2006, 2007 and 2009 … captured medalist honors in 9 of 11 high school events in 2009 … 2010 champion at the AJGA HP Boys Championship at .(0+*ƫ++ /ċƫƫ

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2009-10 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS Fall 2009 Date Sept. 11-13 !,0Ä‹ĆŤÄ‚ÄˆÄĄÄ‚Ä‰ĆŤ Oct. 12-13 0Ä‹ĆŤÄ‚Ä†ÄĄÄ‚ÄˆĆŤ

Tournament Carpet Capital Collegiate  ÄĽ+("3!!'ĆŤ *2%00%+*(ĆŤ Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate /(!3+.0$ĆŤ+((!#%0!ĆŤ *2%00%+*(ĆŤ

Course The Farm +( ĆŤ +1*0%*ĆŤ+("ĆŤ(1ĆŤ Old Overton Club /(!3+.0$ĆŤ+("ĆŤÄ’ĆŤ+1*0.5ĆŤ(1ĆŤ

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Team Finish T-6th Ä Ä‚0$ĆŤ 1st Ć0$ĆŤ

Team Score 875 ÄŠÄ Ä ĆŤ 273 ĉĊćƍ

Top Individual t14th - Hamrick, 216 (E) 0ć0$ĆŤÄĄĆŤ1(!5ÄŒĆŤÄ‚Ä‚Ä€ĆŤÄ¨Ĺ?Ä…ÄŠ 1st - Hamrick, 65 (-5) Ä /0ĆŤÄĄĆŤ1(!5ÄŒĆŤÄ‚Ä Ä ĆŤÄ¨ÄĄÄ†ÄŠ

Tournament Puerto Rico Classic John Hayt Collegiate Invitational Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational Linger Longer Invitational Administaff Augusta St. Invitational SEC Championships NCAA Regionals

Course Rio Mar Country Club Sawgrass Country Club Forest Heights Country Club Reynolds Landing Golf Course Forest Hills Golf Club Sea Island Golf Club - Seaside The Course at Yale

Site Rio Grande, Puerto Rico Jacksonville, Fla. Statesboro, Ga. Greensboro, Ga. Augusta, Ga. St. Simons Island, Ga. New Haven, Conn.

Team Finish 11th 4th 4th 2nd 10th 12th 9th

Team Score 870 895 868 867 862 878 850

Top Individual t25th - Slatton, 216 (E) t10th - Cauley, 219 (+3) t1st - Hamrick, 211 (-5) 1st - Cauley, 204 (-12) t9th - Cauley, 208 (-8) t4th - Hamrick, 207 (-3) t24th- Hamrick, 211 (+1)

2009-10 GOLF STATISTICS

Spring 2010 Date Feb. 21-23 Feb. 28-Mar. 2 March 19-21 March 26-28 April 2-4 April 16-18 May 20-22

2009-10 OVERALL STROKE AVERAGES Player Bud Cauley 1*0!.ĆŤ).%'ĆŤ Scott Strohmeyer Lee Knox Hunter Slatton Spencer Cole Thomas Hugghins $%((%,ĆŤ!2!.ĆŤ Indiv. Totals Team Scores

Tourn./Rds 9/25 Ä Ä‚ÄĽÄƒÄ…ĆŤ 11/31 10/28 10/28 3/9 2/6 Ä ÄĽÄƒĆŤ 12/164 11/31

Strokes 1,783 Ä‚ÄŒÄ…Ä†Ä†ĆŤ 2,315 2,095 2,099 699 487 Ăąĉƍ 12,181 9,045

vs. Par -9 Ĺ?Ä‚Ä…ĆŤ +97 +93 +97 +57 +55 Ĺ?ÄƒÄ‚ĆŤ +446 +173

Low 64 ćĆ 68 68 70 71 77 ÄˆÄŠĆŤ 64 273

High 78 ĉćƍ 85 82 86 83 87 Ä‰ÄˆĆŤ 87 311

Avg. 71.32 ÄˆÄ‚Ä‹Ä‚Ä ĆŤ 74.68 74.82 74.96 77.67 81.17 Ä‰Ä‚Ä‹Ä‡ÄˆĆŤ 74.27 291.77

Avg vs Par -0.36 Ĺ?Ä€Ä‹ÄˆÄ ĆŤ +3.13 +3.32 +3.46 +6.33 +9.17 Ä Ä€Ä‹Ä‡ÄˆĆŤ +2.72 +5.58

Victories 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 Āƍ

Top Five 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 Āƍ

Top Finish 1st - Isleworth Collegiate; Linger Longer Ä /0ĆŤÄĄĆŤ  ÄŽĆŤ!/0!.*ĆŤ!"%*%*#ÄŽĆŤ$!*'!( t11th - Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate t16th - SEC Championships t20th - Jerry Pate National Intercoll. t38th - Carpet Capital Collegiate 71st - John Hyat Collegiate ĉć0$ĆŤÄĄĆŤ %*#!.ĆŤ +*#!.ĆŤ *2%00%+*( 1st- Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate

2009-10 MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS Player Hunter Hamrick Bud Cauley Scott Strohmeyer Hunter Slatton Lee Knox Spencer Cole Thomas Hugghins $%((%,ĆŤ!2!.ĆŤ

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Rds. in 60s 8 7 5 0 2 0 0 Āƍ

Low 54 202 204 212 215 214 223 251 Ăąĉ

MISCELLANEOUS ALABAMA CAREER STATISTICS (RETURNING PLAYERS ONLY) Player Bud Cauley Hunter Hamrick Hunter Slatton $%((%,ĆŤ!2!.ĆŤ Spencer Cole Thomas Hugghins

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Tourneys 19 23 16 ÄƒĆŤ 9 3

Rounds 55 66 45 ÄŠĆŤ 25 9

Strokes 3,947 4,810 3,368 Ä‡Ä‰ÄˆĆŤ 1,982 726

Scoring Avg. 71.76 72.88 74.84 ÄˆÄ‡Ä‹ÄƒÄƒĆŤ 79.28 80.67

Victories 3 3 0 Āƍ 0 0

Top 5 8 6 0 Āƍ 0 0

6-10 4 0 0 Āƍ 0 0

11-20 3 6 3 Āƍ 1 0

Rds. in 60s 15 11 1 Ä ĆŤ 0 0

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2009-10 GOLF STATISTICS ALABAMA’S 2009-10 RECORD BREAKDOWN: (Stroke) Tournaments Played: 11 Team Total Rounds: 31 Average Individual Score Per Round: 74.27 Team Total Strokes: 9,045 Average Team Round: 291.77 Team Low Round: 273 Tournament Championships: 1 Top Five Team Finishes (including titles): 4 Top 6-10 Team Finishes: 3 Individual Championships: 4 Top 10 Individual Finishes: 9 Top 11-25 Individual Finishes: 9 Team Overall Record: 71-62-1

2009-10 PERCENTAGE OF ROUNDS COUNTED TOWARD UA TEAM SCORE (All Tournaments) Golfer Spencer Cole* Hunter Hamrick* Bud Cauley Scott Strohmeyer* Hunter Slatton* Lee Knox Thomas Hugghins

Total Rounds Played 9 31 25 31 28 28 3

Counted Rounds 6 29 24 26 25 18 1

Percentage 1.000 .935 .960 .839 .880 .643 .333

* Hamrick and Cole had identical 1st round high scores of 75 at the Carpet Capital Collegiate and both are counted. * Cole and Strohmeyer had identical 3rd round high scores of 76 at the Carpet Capital Collegiate and both are counted. * Cole and Slatton had identical 1st round high scores of 80 at the PING/Golfweek Invitational and both are counted. * Slatton and Strohmeyer had identical 2nd round high scores of 74 at the Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational and both are counted. * Hamrick, Slatton and Knox had identical 2nd round scores at the Linger Longer Invitational and all are counted.

UA GOLFERS’ CAREER COUNTED ROUNDS Golfer Bud Cauley Spencer Cole Hunter Hamrick Scott Strohmeyer Hunter Slatton $%((%,ƫ!2!.ƫ Lee Knox Thomas Hugghins

Total Career Rounds Played 55 26 63 31 45 ćƫ 28 3

Counted Rounds 52 21 57 26 38 ąƫ 18 1

Percentage .945 .807 .905 .839 .844 ċććĈƫ .643 .333

2009-10 UA TOURNAMENT LINEUPS (LISTED IN LINEUP ORDER) Carpet Capital Collegiate: Ping/Golfweek Preview: Jerry Pate National Intercoll.: Isleworth Collegiate Invite: Puerto Rico Classic: John Hayt Collegiate: Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational Linger Longer Invitational: Administaff Augusta St. Invite: SEC Championships: NCAA Regional:

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Spencer Cole Hunter Hamrick Hunter Hamrick Hunter Hamrick Hunter Hamrick Hunter Hamrick Hunter Hamrick Hunter Hamrick Hunter Hamrick Lee Knox Hunter Hamrick

Scott Strohmeyer Hunter Slatton Hunter Slatton Scott Strohmeyer Scott Strohmeyer Scott Strohmeyer Hunter Slatton Scott Strohmeyer Scott Strohmeyer Scott Strohmeyer Lee Knox

UA FINISH Hunter Slatton Scott Strohmeyer Scott Strohmeyer Lee Knox Hunter Slatton Hunter Slatton Lee Knox Lee Knox Hunter Slatton Hunter Slatton Scott Strohmeyer

Lee Knox Spencer Cole Lee Knox Thomas Hugghins Lee Knox Lee Knox Scott Strohmeyer Hunter Slatton Lee Knox Spencer Cole Hunter Slatton

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The Jerry Pate Golf Center at the Ol’ Colony Golf Complex provides the University of Alabama men’s golf team with one of the best practice and playing facilities in collegiate golf. The Pate Golf Center is a private facility that is only utilized by the Alabama golf teams. The Pate Golf Center provides plenty of space for both the men’s and women’s teams with the ability to conduct full practice sessions during inclement weather. It has six indoor hitting bays and two indoor putting surfaces. The Pate Golf Center is also equipped with state-of-the-art teaching tools, including the āƫ3%*#ƫ*(5/%/ƫ5/0!)ƫ* ƫ.')*Čƫ3$%$ƫ% !/ƫ0$!ƫ+$%*#ƫ/0ûƫ%*ƫ((ƫý%#$0ƫ*(5/%/ƫ1/%*#ƫ doppler radar and club fitting. The locker rooms inside the Pate Golf Center have tour-sized lockers and all of the amenities while the lounge area includes comfortable seating and a large-screen television. The Ol’ Colony Golf Course was named one of the “Top 5 Best New Public Courses in America” by Golf Digest in 2001 and Golfweek named it one of the top 50 municipal course in America in 2010. The Jerry Pate-designed course is considered one of the best public courses in the nation. It’s a test for even the most advanced golfer with large bunkers, mature trees and numerous water hazards, including a 25-arce lake that challenges almost every shot. The practice range at the Pate Golf Center, which already provides the Crimson Tide golfers all of the practice components and tools needed to develop, recently finished an expansion and renovation. The practice facility includes a full practice range, putting greens, a chipping area and practice bunkers. The Jerry Pate Golf Center recently added a new putting green with an expanded chipping and hitting area. The new chipping and hitting areas are complete with new bunkers and practice tees that allow players to hit their own golf balls up to 200 yards into six new target greens.

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The Indian Hills Country Club and the NorthRiver Yacht Club both provide the University of Alabama men’s golf team alternative courses to play and practice throughout the year. Indian Hills’ championship golf course has impeccably manicured bermuda fairways and crenshaw bent greens. NorthRiver was designed by legendary golfer Gary Player in 1978 and is cut through heavily wooded areas and rolling hills. In 1999, Bob Cupp redesigned the course adding bentgrass greens and modernizing the bunkering while preserving the integrity of the original Player design.

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The University of Alabama perennially ranks among the top 50 public universities in the *0%+*ĆŤ%*ĆŤÄ‹Ä‹ĆŤ!3/ĆŤ* ĆŤ+.( ĆŤ!,+.0Äš/ĆŤ**1(ĆŤ+((!#!ĆŤ.*'%*#/ĆŤ* ĆŤ.*'! ĆŤÄ…Äƒ. ĆŤ)+*#ĆŤ public universities in the 2010 rankings. UA’s latest college rankings include: * The School of Law is ranked 38th among all law schools in the nation, spring 2010. * The School of Library and Information Studies is ranked 22nd nationally, spring 2009. ľƍ$!ĆŤ$++(ĆŤ+"ĆŤ+%(ĆŤ+.'Äš/ĆŤ#. 10!ĆŤ,.+#.)ĆŤ%/ĆŤ.*'! ƍĂĉ0$ĆŤ)+*#ĆŤ/+%(ĆŤ3+.'ĆŤ,.+grams at public universities and 42nd when both public and private institutions are included, spring 2008. * The undergraduate business program is ranked 35th among public undergraduate business schools and 57th when private universities are included, fall 2009

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* Enrollment at The University of Alabama reached a record high of 28,807 for fall 2009. The entering freshman class, at 5,207 students, is the largest in UA history and includes more than 1,173 students who had a 4.0 or higher high school grade point average. * The University of Alabama’s fall 2009 freshman class ranks 10th in the nation among public universities in the enrollment of National Merit Scholars, up from 11th in 2008. * The University of Alabama has produced a total of 15 Rhodes Scholars. And, in the past two decades, we’ve produced 30 Goldwater Scholars, 19 Hollings Scholars, 7 Truman Scholars, two Javits Fellows, one Udall Scholar and one Portz Scholar. * Participation in original research and creative activities is becoming a hallmark of the undergraduate experience at The University of Alabama. More than 250 undergraduates showcased their research and creative activity projects at UA’s spring 2010 “Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference.” * The University of Alabama has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll by the Corporation for National and Community Service. The Community Service Honor Roll is the highest federal recognition a school can achieve for its commitment to service learning and civic engagement. * The University of Alabama has been selected by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching for its 2008 Community Engagement Classification. The designation recognizes UA as one of the nation’s premiere institutions in community outreach and scholarship, and it underscores UA’s commitment to apply its resources and expertise to address critical community needs. * The University of Alabama has been engaged in an aggressive program to upgrade and expand facilities, opening 40 new facilities, including 10 new residence halls, two new dining halls, and four new academic buildings, since January 2003. * The public relations program at The University of Alabama is ranked second in the nation +. %*#ƫ0+ƫ*!3ƫ.*'%*#/ƫ,.+ 1! ƫ* ƫ,1(%/$! ƫ%*ƫ!!'ƫ #6%*!ċƫƫ%/ƫ0$!ƫ$%#$!/0ƫ ranked university that offers both graduate and undergraduate programs. * The University of Alabama led the nation with a record 10 students named to USA Today’s 2010 All-USA College Academic Team. UA has had great success in placing students on this national team that honors the “best of the best” undergraduate academic all-stars from across the nation, having placed 46 students on the team since 2003. In addition to this year, UA also had the most students on the list in 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2009 and tied for the top spot in 2007.

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THE CRIMSON TIDE ACADEMIC SUCCESS The Crimson Tide golf team has a history of producing some of the University’s best athletes and brightest students. Joseph Sykora, a senior in 2008, is the first three-time winner of the Southeastern Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year award from men’s golf, winning in 2006, 2007 and 2008 with his perfect 4.0 GPA. He was also a three-time ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American, winning in one of the toughest categories, the At-Large division which includes student-athletes from several /,+.0/ċƫ5'+.ƫ"%*%/$! ƫ$%/ƫ.%)/+*ƫ% !ƫ.!!.ƫ5ƫ,01.%*#ƫ0$!ƫċƫ+5 ƫ +.0!.ƫ3. Čƫ#%2!*ƫ0+ƫ the SEC’s student-athlete of the year. The 2010 season had six golfers earn SEC Academic Honor accolades, including Bud Cauley, Hunt!.ƫ).%'Čƫ !!ƫ *+4Čƫ1*0!.ƫ(00+*Čƫ+00ƫ0.+$)!5!.ƫ* ƫ$%((%,ƫ!2!.ċƫ *ƫĂĀĀĊČƫ()ƫ/3ƫ Matthew Swan named to the Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars Team. The Crimson Tide also had five golfers named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll, including Hamrick, Matt Hughes, Slat0+*Čƫ3*Čƫ* ƫ!2!.ċƫ *ƫĂĀĀĉƫ0$!ƫ% !ƫ#+("!./ƫ#%*ƫ3+*ƫ0$!ƫ0$(!0%ƫ !,.0)!*0Ě/ƫ3. ƫ"+.ƫ0$!ƫ men’s team with the highest GPA. Sykora was one of six Crimson Tide golfers named Academic All-SEC in 2008, along with Mark ..!((Čƫ 00ƫ1#$!/Čƫ!*ƫ ++ 5Čƫ3*ƫ* ƫ0!3.0ƫ$%00ċƫ Standing out in the classroom and playing a year-long sport is a feat not easily achieved. Golfers contend with a season that starts in early September and continues through the first week in June with the NCAA championships. Despite those demands, Alabama has produced 88 Academic All-SEC golfers since 1985. Joseph Joyner was the first Tide golfer to be named to the Academic All-SEC Honor Roll in 1985. And, in 2004 when the SEC began its first Freshman Academic Honor Roll, Alabama produced two men on the list. Swan made that team in 2006. Encouraging academic success is as much a part of Bama’s coaching mantra as winning championships. Celebrating academic success is also a priority. Six Tide men’s golfers have won the University of Alabama’s highest award for an athlete, The Bryant Award. Michael Thompson is the latest of the winners, taking the trophy in 2008. The award is announced each spring and is given to the top male and top female student-athlete at the University, placing emphasis on athletic achievement, academic achievement and leadership. Dicky Pride, Marten Olander, Dan Mutert, Allan MacDonald and Michael Thompson are the men’s golfers who have won the Bryant Award. MacDonald was a 1997 Palmer Cup participant. Olander, an All-American on the golf course and a four-time Academic All-American, won the Ben Hogan Award. Pride is a PGA Tour player. Thompson was a 2007 U.S. Amateur finalist and played in the 2008 Masters and U.S. Open as an amateur as well as the 2008 U.S. Palmer Cup team. Seawell and assistant coach Scott Limbaugh work closely with the Center for Academic Student !.2%!/ċƫ+.)!.ƫ% !ƫ#+("!.ƫ *!ƫ('!.ƫ%/ƫ*ƫ//%/0*0ƫ+*ƫ0$0ƫ/0""ċƫƫ)+*%0+./ƫ0$!ƫ !)%ƫ progress of each athlete who wears a Crimson Tide uniform and advises the athletes on areas of study that best suit their capabilities and dreams. Study hall is required for all freshmen and any athletes whose grades aren’t Academic All-SEC worthy. Jon Dever is Alabama’s Assistant Athletics Director for Student Services. The CASS Center is located in the Bryant Academic Center as is the Champs’ Lifeskills program. The Bryant Academics Center, which houses the CASS staff and is a frequent stop in the daily lives of Alabama’s student-athletes, is the crown jewel in the Alabama athletic department’s Crimson Tradition Fund facility enhancement campaign. The renovation project at Bryant Hall was completed for $10.3 million in 2005. “This project has been priority one since we started the renovations of our athletic facilities,” said UA athletics director Mal Moore. “Academics are at the center of our mission at Alabama and we wanted to create a place that would aid all our student-athletes in their educational pursuits. I feel very strongly that Bryant Hall will benefit every student-athlete, not just during their years at Alabama, but for a lifetime.” Among the building’s many amenities is a 48-seat computer lab equipped with brand new equipment. The computer lab has 25 laptop computers available for student-athletes to check out and use on team road trips. The building features math, English and writing labs along with 40 individual study rooms. A pair of 50-seat classrooms and a 140-seat lecture hall are also available. Located in the lobby of the building is the Crimson Tide Academic Hall of Fame with plaques recognizing all of Alabama’s Academic All-American selections.

SEC FRESHMAN ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL Established in 2004 YEAR 2004 ƫ 2006 2009

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MAJOR Pre-Business .!ġ1/%*!// Pre-Business Communication Studies Pre-Business Kinesiology

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SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL YEAR PLAYER 1985 Joseph Joyner 1987 Berney Aucoin Tracy Lentz 1988 Tony Diricio 1992 Marten Olander Dicky Pride Freddy Skantze Jeff Street 1993 Jeff Amershadian Greg Letson Dan Mutert Marten Olander Freddy Skantze Hank Smith Jeff Street ƫ

/+*ƫ%($%0!ƫ 1994 Dan Mutert Marten Olander Scott Taylor 1995 John Franks Dan Mutert Joe Patton 1996 Robert Ireland Dan Mutert 1997 Allan MacDonald Mayson Petty Chip Zahn Robert Ireland 1998 Robert Ireland Richard Matricaria John Stahlschmidt Chip Zahn 1999 Drew Eller Robert Ireland John Stahlschmidt Chip Zahn 2000 Drew Eller Are Larsen ƫ !/ƫ*!ƫ 2001 Drew Eller Freeman Fite ƫ $%0ƫ %(#.+!ƫ Are Larsen Oscar Lindvall Karl Nyblom ƫ !/ƫ*!ƫ 2002 Lars Brovold Freeman Fite Austin Hynson Jan Are Larsen Oscar Lindvall Nick Rousey

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MAJOR Management Management Management Restaurant & Hospitality Management *#!)!*0 Management Public Relations Marketing !(!+))1*%0%+*ƫĒƫ%() Marketing Finance Accounting !(!+))1*%0%+*ƫĒƫ%() .!ġ1/%*!// Marketing Management Accounting %**! !(!+))1*%0%+*ƫĒƫ%() Management Marketing Communications Accounting Accounting %**! Management Marketing General Studies Communications Accounting +*/1)!.ƫ%!*!/ Business Marketing Finance Communications 1/%*!//ƫ .'!0%*# Undecided Business Communications Accounting Health Sciences .'!0%*#

ALABAMA’S TOTAL: 94 JAY SEAWELL’S TOTAL: 42 *Senior in eligibility but in graduate school. đƫ+.ƫ,.%25Čƫ0$!ƫ+*"!.!*!ƫ %/+*0%*1! ƫ.!(!/%*#ƫĚ/ƫ%*ƫĂĀĀăċ đƫ!#%**%*#ƫ%*ƫĂĀĀĂČƫ0$!ƫƫ+,0! ƫ0+ƫ1/!ƫ/ƫ".+)ƫ0$!ƫ5!.ƫ!"+.!ƫ/ƫ%0ƫƫƫ encompassed a full academic year. Rousey was a senior in 2002, his final season on the team.

ALABAMA’S 2008-09 ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL SELECTIONS

BUD CAULEY

GOLF

HUNTER HAMRICK

LEE KNOX

HUNTER SLATTON

SCOTT STROHMEYER PHILLIP WEAVER

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ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA PAUL W. BRYANT SCHOLAR ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

MARTEN OLANDER

JOSEPH SYKORA

ESPN THE MAGAZINE/COSIDA DISTRICT IV ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA AT-LARGE

TRACY LENTZ

MARTEN OLANDER

DICKY PRIDE

DAN MUTERT

ALLAN MACDONALD MICHAEL THOMPSON

NAME Marten Olander Marten Olander Joseph Sykora Joseph Sykora Joseph Sykora

TEAM First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team

YEAR 1993 1994 2006 2007 2008

GOLF COACHES’ ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA ALL-AMERICA SCHOLAR TEAM NAME Marten Olander Chip Zahn Jan Are Larsen Joseph Sykora Joseph Sykora Joseph Sykora Matthew Swan Matthew Swan

TEAM First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team

YEAR 1993 1999 2001 2006 2007 2008 2008 2009

SEC GOLF SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR NAME Allen Yielding Joseph Sykora Joseph Sykora Joseph Sykora

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YEAR 1977 2006 2007 2008

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CHAMPS & LIFE SKILLS PROGRAM Former golfer Matthew Swan helped local school children in Tuscaloosa celebrate Dr. !1//ƫ!!'ƫ5ƫ.! %*#ƫ0+ƫƫ(//ċ

The University of Alabama’s student-athletes receive not only classroom education but leadership education. The CHAMPS (Challenging Athletes’ Minds for Personal Success)/Life Skills Program offers a variety of programs geared toward the personal growth and development of student-athletes. The concept of CHAMPS/Life Skills is to provide the student-athlete with the necessary tools to succeed in sport as well as other areas of life, such as in the classroom, in the community and in the workplace. In 1999 the University of Alabama CHAMPS/ Life Skills Program was given the Program of Excellence Award by the Division I-A Athletic Directors’ Association. Alabama calls its own program the T.U.S.K.S. program, borrowing its mascot, the elephant, for the name. It stands for “Tide Uniting in Service, Knowledge and Support,” and its programs and goals are geared toward a commitment to academic excellence, athletic excellence, personal development, community service and career development. An excellent leadership source, Alabama’s CHAMPS/Life Skills exposes the Tide’s student-athletes to a variety of programs with topics that include alcohol and drug education, time management, personal relationships, stress management, media training, professional career planning and even etiquette. Jill Lancaster is the director of Life Skills and Community Outreach and can be .!$! ƫ 5ƫ ,$+*!ƫ 0ƫ ĨĂĀĆĩƫ ăąĉġććāĉƫ +.ƫ 5ƫ !)%(ƫ 0ƫ &(*/0!.Į%ċ1ċ! 1ƫ "+.ƫ )+.!ƫ information on the Tide’s program. The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is composed of at least two studentathletes from every sport. S.A.A.C. is very active on campus and in the Tuscaloosa community, sending student-athletes to schools, churches and organizations and hosting events such as the Halloween Extravaganza which provides kids with a safe place to trick-or-treat and play games, The Gatorade “Get 60” programs which encourages local school children to participate in 60 minutes of physical activity a 5ƫ"+.ƫćĀƫ 5/Čƫ0$!ƫ!0ƫ11.*ĥ!0ƫ1*#!.ƫ"++ ƫ .%2!ƫ0$0ƫ$!(,/ƫ/0+'ƫ0$!ƫ!!/0ƫ ()ƫ ++ ƫ *'Čƫ * ƫ .+&!0ƫ *#!(ƫ .!!ƫ !$ƫ 5!.ƫ 3$!.!ƫ /01 !*0ġ0$(!0!/ƫ * ƫ athletics department employees purchase Christmas gifts for children in need. Alabama’s men’s golf team is extremely active in the community. It won the athletic department’s 2008 Community Outreach award as the team that spent the most hours volunteering and working in the community.

GOLF

In 1994, the Division 1A Directors’ CHAMPS program and the NCAA Life Skills program joined forces to become the CHAMPS (Challenging Athletes’ Minds for Personal Success)/Life Skills program. The CHAMPS/Life Skills program focuses on five commitments that over 300 NCAA institutions are making in the growth and development of student-athletes. The CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, at Alabama, offers a variety of programs geared toward each of the commitments. The program is an important aspect, because it provides the studentathlete with the necessary tools to succeed in his or her sport, as well as other areas of life, such as the classroom, the community and the workplace. The University of Alabama CHAMPS/ Life Skills Program was awarded the 1999 Program of Excellence Award given by the Division 1A Athletic Directors Association.

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SNAPSHOTS Bud Cauely and Lee Janzen posing for pictures with some of the many supporters that came out for the 2009 Crimson Tide Open at the Ol’ Colony Golf Course.

Each fall the University of Alabama head men’s golf coach Jay Seawell hosts the Crimson Tide Open, in honor of the late former Conrad Rehling, who coached the Crimson from 1972-88. Alabama hosted the fifth annual Crimson Tide Open this past November at the Jerry Pate Golf Center at the Ol’ Colony Golf Course. The format of the event is a four-man scramble and the grand prize is a trip to Phoenix to the Ping Headquarters for 36 holes of golf and custom golf clubs. Each four-man team contributes $1,200 to compete with a $300 fee for individuals with all proceeds going to help fund the Crimson Tide golf program. Other prizes include golf clubs, Alabama golf gear, golf trips, Alabama football skybox tickets, Alabama basketball tickets and much more. The Crimson Tide Open started as a tribute to former Alabama Coach Rehling, who was instrumental in moving Alabama golf into the national landscape. The coach led the Crimson Tide to its first SEC Championship in 1979 and won Coach of the Year twice in the league in 1979 and 1983. Rehling was inducted into the Golf Coaches Association of America Hall of Fame in 1980.

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ALABAMA


SNAPSHOTS Assistant coach Scott Limbaugh and Lee Janzen at the 2009 Crimson Tide Open.

GOLF

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2009-10 HONORS SEC COACH OF THE YEAR Chris Haack, Georgia SEC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Bank Vongvanij, Florida SEC GOLFER OF THE YEAR Russell Henley, Georgia SEC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Bryden MacPherson, Georgia 2010 SEC CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT RESULTS

FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC *Bud Cauley, Alabama *Hunter Hamrick, Alabama Russell Henley, Georgia Jonathan Randolph, Mississippi Harris English, Georgia Tyson Alexander, Florida David Lingmerth, Arkansas George Bryan IV, South Carolina Andrew Loupe, LSU

!ƫ /(* ƫ+("ƫ(1ƫġƫ!/% !ƫ+1./!ƫđƫ!ƫ /(* Čƫ!+.#% Par 70; Yardage: 6,991 * April 16-18, 2010 1.

Georgia

t2.

Mississippi

283-277-284/844 (+4) 288-284-277/849 (+9)

t2.

Florida

280-292-277/849 (+9)

4.

Arkansas

278-286-289/853 (+13)

5.

LSU

283-288-285/856 (+16)

6.

Kentucky

296-276-285/857 (+17)

7.

Auburn

280-292-287/859 (+19)

8.

Tennessee

283-285-293/861 (+21)

9.

South Carolina

282-288-294/864 (+24)

10.

Vanderbilt

284-298-285/867 (+27)

11.

Mississippi State

282-292-301/875 (+35)

12.

Alabama

297-289-292/878 (+38)

SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC !/(!5ƫ.5*Čƫ+10$ƫ.+(%* 1(ƫ++ 1.5Čƫ+10$ƫ.+(%* David Holmes, Tennessee Kyle Kopsick, Auburn Tim McKenney, Florida Hudson Johnson, Vanderbilt +%*ƫ%*#. Čƫ!**!//!! Bryden MacPherson, Georgia ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Lee Knox, Alabama Chase Parker, Kentucky Bryden MacPherson, Georgia Austin Cook, Arkansas Phillip Choi, Florida Pete Kellerman, Mississippi Jay Vandeventer, Tennessee *David Zickler, Auburn *Tom Brown, Mississippi *-Ties ALABAMA AT THE 2010 SEC CHAMPIONSHIP FINISH PLAYER SCORE t4. t16. t53. 56. 60.

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Hunter Hamrick Lee Knox Scott Strohmeyer Hunter Slatton Spencer Cole

69 73 78 77 80

67 72 75 75 83

71 69 74 78 83

207 (-3) 214 (+4) 227 (+17) 230 (+20) 246 (+36)

ALABAMA


Arkansas Men’s Contact: Phone: E-mail: +)!*Äš/ĆŤ+*00Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Phone: E-mail:

Mississippi Phil Pierce 479-575-7430 ppierce@uark.edu

!.%ĆŤ$+.,! 479-575-5037 jthorpe@uark.edu

Auburn Men’s Contact: Phone: E-mail: +)!*Äš/ĆŤ+*00Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Phone: E-mail:

Jan Blaine 662-312-2199 janblaine02@gmail.com

!!ĆŤ*ĆŤ+.* 662-417-9999 clvanhorn@gmail.com

!*Äš/ĆŤ+*00Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Phone: E-mail: +)!*Äš/ĆŤ+*00Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Phone: E-mail:

!/ĆŤ+ 803-777-7872 wtodd@mailbox.sc.edu !/ĆŤ+ 803-777-7872 wtodd@mailbox.sc.edu

Tennessee Steve Colquitt 706-542-1621 scolquitt@sports.uga.edu %'!ĆŤ +(!5 706-542-1621 mmobley@sports.uga.edu

Kentucky Men’s Contact: Phone: E-mail: +)!*Äš/ĆŤ+*00Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Phone: E-mail:

Men’s Contact: Phone: E-mail: +)!*Äš/ĆŤ+*00Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Phone: E-mail:

South Carolina Susie Epps 352-375-4683 ext 6131 susiee@gators.uaa.ufl.edu +.!5ĆŤ+!./ 352-375-4683 ext 6131 coreys@gators.uaa.ufl.edu

Georgia Men’s Contact: Phone: E-mail: +)!*Äš/ĆŤ+*00Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Phone: E-mail:

Kim Ling 662-915-7522 kling@olemiss.edu %)ĆŤ %*# 662-915-7522 kling@olemiss.edu

Mississippi State Gary Thorne 334-663-6650 thorngw@gmail.com 00ĆŤ.+1$ 334-844-9709 mcrouch@auburn.edu

Florida Men’s Contact: Phone: E-mail: +)!*Äš/ĆŤ+*00Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Phone: E-mail:

Men’s Contact: Phone: E-mail: +)!*Äš/ĆŤ+*00Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Phone: E-mail:

Men’s Contact: Phone: E-mail: +)!*Äš/ĆŤ+*00Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Phone: E-mail:

John Painter 865-974-1212 jpainter@tennessee.edu $ĆŤ0%,! 865-974-1212 zstipe@utk.edu

Vanderbilt Evan Crane 270-559-8120 wesley.crane@uky.edu !06ĆŤ)"%!( 859-257-3838 metz.camfield@uky.edu

Men’s Contact: Phone: E-mail: +)!*Äš/ĆŤ+*00Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Phone: E-mail:

Andy Boggs 615-322-4121 andy.boggs@vanderbilt .edu * 5ĆŤ+##/ 615-322-4121 andy.boggs@vanderbilt .edu

LSU !*Äš/ĆŤ+*00Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Phone: E-mail: +)!*Äš/ĆŤ+*00Ä?ĆŤĆŤ Phone: E-mail:

GOLF

%((ĆŤ0""+. 225-578-7947 wstaff2@lsu.edu !*0ĆŤ +3! 225-578-1864 lowe@lsu.edu

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PAST JERRY PATE CHAMPIONS Team winners Ä ÄŠÄ‰Ä‡ĆŤĆŤĆŤ +(1)1/ĆŤ+((!#!ƍĨĊĀąĊƍ 1987 South Alabama (885) 1988 LSU 1989 Florida State (890) 1990 Miami (890) 1991 North Florida (923) 1992 Oklahoma State (867) Ä ÄŠÄŠÄƒĆŤĆŤ '!ĆŤ+.!/0ĆŤÄ¨Ä‰Ä‡ÄˆÄŠĆŤ Ä ÄŠÄŠÄ…ĆŤĆŤĆŤ 0*"+. ƍĨĉąćĊƍ 1995 Arizona State (882) 1996 Oklahoma State (857) 1997 Clemson (864) 1998 Clemson (832) 1999 Clemson 2000 Clemson (825) 2001 Oklahoma State (851) 2002 Ä‚Ä€Ä€ÄƒĆŤ 2004 2005 2006 2007

*Clemson (556) '($+)ĆŤ00!ĆŤÄ¨Ä‰Ä Ä‰ÄŠĆŤ Augusta State (825) Georgia Tech (828) Alabama (819) Alabama (810)$

2008 Alabama (830) 2009 **Alabama (273) * two rounds in 2002 due of rain ** one round in 2009 due to rain $ tournament record

Medalist !0!.ĆŤ5/+*ƍĨ!/0ĆŤ(+.% ÄŠĆŤ Ä‚Ä Ä† Nolan Henke (Florida State) 214 David Toms (LSU) 208 Mike Hemen (Southwest Louisiana) 216 Steve Pope (Mississippi State) 218 David Kirkpatrick (Alabama) 221 David Berganio (Arizona) 210 +*ĆŤ$%00'!.ƍĨ'!ĆŤ+.!/0ÄŠĆŤ ĆŤÄ‚Ä Ä‚ %#!.ĆŤ++ /ƍĨ0*"+. ĊƍƍĂĀć Rob Bradley (North Carolina) 210 Edward Loar (Oklahoma State) 208 Rory Sabbatini (Arizona) 210 Jeremy Anderson (UNLV) 204 B.J. Schlagenhauf (UCLA) 204 Bryce Molder (Georgia Tech) 201 D.J. Trahan (Clemson) 205 Hunter Mahan (Oklahoma State) 205 Chris Nallen (Arizona) 135 %((ĆŤ/ƍĨ'!ĆŤ+.!/0ÄŠĆŤ Ä ÄŠÄ† Kalle Edberg (Augusta State) 203 $Garrett Osborn (UAB) 197 Joseph Sykora (Alabama) 199 Mark Harrell (Alabama) 198 Seamus Power (ETSU) 198 Kelly Kraft (SMU) 204 Hunter Hamrick (Alabama) 65

THE JERRY PATE INVITATIONAL Each October, 12 of the nation’s best men’s college golf teams gather in Vestavia Hills, Ala., for the University of Alabama’s annual Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate. In addition to hosting a premier field and event, the tournament annually raises some $20,000 for charities. The host and tournament namesake is the most successful professional golfer 0+ĆŤ $2!ĆŤ 3+.*ĆŤ 0$!ĆŤ .%)/+*ĆŤ * ĆŤ $%0!ÄŒĆŤ !..5ĆŤ 0!Ä‹ĆŤ $!ĆŤ "+.)!.ĆŤ % !ĆŤ #+("!.ĆŤ * ĆŤ current Champions Tour player proudly lends his name and plays an active role - from team selection to presenting the awards trophies. Pate and Alabama have hosted this event since 1986. Originally, it was held in Pate’s hometown of Pensacola, Fla. He moved the tournament to Birmingham’s Shoal Creek in 1992 where it remained for five years. In 1997 the JPNI moved to its current home, the Old Overton Club. The strength of the JPNI field makes it a premier team fall gathering. Even the selection committee is a powerful one. The tournament’s selection committee has included PGA greats Arnold Palmer, Ben Crenshaw and Mark McCormack. The committee seeks the highest-ranked teams from the previous season who are expected to again be in the national title hunt. In the fall of 2004 Georgia finished fourth at the JPNI but went on that spring to win the NCAA title. The 1995 JPNI champion Arizona State, won the (spring) 1996 NCAA Championship, and fall 1997 JPNI participant UNLV didn’t win the JPNI, but went on to win the 1998 NCAA title. The 1994 field included all of the top nine from the 1994 NCAA Championships, including national champion - and 1994 Jerry Pate Champions 0*"+. ÄŒĆŤ(! ĆŤ5ĆŤÄ ÄŠÄŠÄ…ĆŤÄ‹Ä‹ĆŤ)0!1.ĆŤ$),%+*ĆŤ%#!.ĆŤ++ /Ä‹ĆŤ++ /ĆŤ3/ĆŤ(/+ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ 1994 JPNI medalist.

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ALABAMA


JERRY PATE NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE

SNAPSHOTS Tide senior Mark Harrell set the school 54-hole record in sharing co-medalist honors at the fall 2007 JPNI. Harrell carded 66-64-68/198 to finish the tournament at 15-under par. He’s shown here with the tournament’s namesake, Champions Tour and former UA golfer Jerry Pate.

THE 2009 FIELD: (12 teams) Alabama, Auburn, UAB, Arkansas, East Tennessee State, Georgia State, Louisville, Mississippi State, Oklahoma, SMU, Texas, UNLV. THE COURSE: ( ĆŤ2!.0+*ĆŤ+1*0.5ĆŤ(1ĆŤÄ‘ĆŤ!/02%ĆŤ%((/ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ .ĆŤÄˆÄ ĆŤÄ‘ĆŤÄ‡ÄŒÄŠÄƒÄ‡ĆŤ5. / THE FORMAT: Sunday, October 11: Practice Round Monday, October 12: 36 holes, 1st and 2nd rounds (both rained out) Tuesday, October 13: 18 holes, 3rd/final round JPNI FALL 2009 TEAM RESULTS (OCTOBER 13, 2009): 1. Alabama 273/273 (-7) 2. Texas 276/276 (-4) 3. East Tennessee St. 280/280 (E) UNLV 280/280 (E) 5. Louisville 281/281 (+1) 6. UAB 284/284 (+4) 7. Auburn 285/285 (+5) 8. SMU 286/286 (+6) 9. Arkansas 289/289 (+9) 10. Georgia State 290/290 (+10) Mississippi State 290/290 (+10) 12. Oklahoma 292/292 (+12) JPNI FALL 2009 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS (OCT. 13) 1. Hunter Hamrick, Alabama 2. Cody Gribble, Texas 3. Derek Ernst, UNLV 4. Bud Cauley, Alabama Dylan Frittelli, Texas Rhys Enoch, ETSU Seamus Power, ETSU %(!5ĆŤ$!!( +*ÄŒĆŤ +1%/2%((!ĆŤ Justin Dorward, Louisville Ben Tewes, SMU

65/65 (-5) 66/66 (-4) 67/67 (-3) 68/68 (-2) 68/68 (-2) 68/68 (-2) 68/68 (-2) ćĉļćĉƍĨĥĂĊ 68/68 (-2) 68/68 (-2)

UA INDIVIDUAL SCORECARDS AT THE FALL 2009JPNI 1. Hunter Hamrick Alabama 65/65 (-1) t4. Bud Cauley Alabama 68/68 (-2) t11. Scott Strohmeyer Alabama 69/69 (-1) t20. Hunter Slatton Alabama 71/71 (+1) t44. Lee Knox Alabama 74/74 (+4)

GOLF

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THE COACHING RANKS ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES

Malcolm Laney 1952-54

Bubber Nesbit 1955-57

Gene Stallings 1958-60

Dick Pride 1961-64

Jackie Maness 1965-68

Steve Sloan 1969-70

Ronnie Laffoon 1971

Conrad Rehling * Incomplete results 1972-88

YEAR

COACH

1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

Malcolm Laney Malcolm Laney Malcolm Laney Bubber Nesbit Bubber Nesbit Bubber Nesbit Gene Stallings Gene Stallings Gene Stallings Dick Pride Dick Pride Dick Pride Dick Pride Jackie Maness Jackie Maness Jackie Maness Jackie Maness Steve Sloan Steve Sloan Ronnie Laffoon Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling

RECORD 8-2 5-2 10-0 6-0 4-4 5-7 4-4 3-4 4-5 4-4 7-5 9-5 11-2 5-5 8-10 8-4 7-5 7-5 0-4

54-22 84-74 133-22

YEAR

COACH

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

Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Conrad Rehling Dick Spybey Dick Spybey Dick Spybey Dick Spybey Dick Spybey Dick Spybey Dick Spybey Dick Spybey Dick Spybey Dick Spybey Dick Spybey Dick Spybey Dick Spybey Dick Spybey Jay Seawell Jay Seawell Jay Seawell Jay Seawell Jay Seawell Jay Seawell Jay Seawell Jay Seawell

RECORD 99-34 68-53 47-49 72-72 44-96 101-56-1 69-75-2 105-61-3 157-49-1 102-101-3 92-71 38-102 77-105-5 102-86-1 20-125 85-71 36-130 103-54 88-65-3 54-89 59-96-3 99-63-3 104-72-5 173-31-2 150-29 111-57-1 72-61-1

SNAPSHOTS

Dick Spybey 1989-2002

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Alabama head coach Jay Seawell boasts a 822499-15 mark during his tenure at the Capstone.

ALABAMA


CONRAD REHLING INVITATIONAL TEAM WINNERS

MEDALIST

SOUTHEASTERN INVITATIONAL ROLLING HILLS GOLF AND RACQUET CLUB, MONTGOMERY 1978 Auburn (874) Rick Smallridge, Auburn (214) āĊĈĊƫƫ 11.*ƫĨĊĀĀĩƫ  !ƫ %*#Čƫ.+5ƫ00!ƫĨĂĂĀĩ 1980 Georgia Southern (564/Rain shortened) Deluca (UF), Janiga (UT), Cook (Ga), Hancock (TSU), (138) 1981 Alabama (867) ---1982 Florida State (890) ---1983 Ohio State (870) Steve Lowery, Alabama (209) 1984 Georgia (874) ---1985 Results missing ---1986 Georgia (868) ---1987 Florida State (880) ---WYNLAKES GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB, MONTGOMERY 1988 Kentucky (592 - Two Rounds) Matt Peterson (UGA, 143) ROLLING HILLS GOLF AND RACQUET CLUB, MONTGOMERY 1989 Florida State (861) Sean Pacetti, Alabama (212) LAGOON PARK, MONTGOMERY 1990 Central Florida (851) 1991 Central Florida (842) 1992 Alabama 1993 Florida State (866) 1994 LSU (864) 1995 Auburn (860)

Chris Smith, Ohio State (203) Hans Strom-Olsen, Central Florida (205) David Kirkpatrick, Alabama (212) Brian Sleven, Georgia (210) Scott Sterling, LSU (209) Iain Steel, Auburn (210)

TEAM WINNERS

MEDALIST

UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA SPRING INVITATIONAL (LAGOON PARK) 1997 Mississippi State (842) Michael Connell, Mississippi State (208) 1998 Georgia (870) Jeremy Parrott, Georgia (212) 1999 Mississippi (856) Andrew Black (Unattached/UT) (210) 2000 Auburn (850) Roland Thatcher, Auburn (205) CONRAD REHLING ALABAMA SPRING INVITATIONAL CAPSTONE CLUB, TUSCALOOSA 2001 Charleston (889) Graeme McDowell, UAB (212) OL’ COLONY CLUB, TUSCALOOSA 2002 Minnesota (847) 2003 Auburn (857) 2004 Alabama (878) 2005 Alabama (881)

Graeme McDowell, UAB (201) James Lepp, Illinois (211) John Holmes, Kentucky (209) Steve Tiley, Georgia State (211)

The Conrad Rehling Alabama Spring Invitational, called the Southeastern Intercollegiate until 1996 when it was the Blue-Gray Intercollegiate, was hosted by Alabama and held annually from 1978 to 2005. The 2001 tournament marked the first time it was played in Tuscaloosa when it was held at Ol’ Colony. It moved to The Capstone Club in 2002 then back to Ol’ Colony in 2003, 2004 and 2005.

BLUE-GRAY INTERCOLLEGIATE (LAGOON PARK) 1996 LSU (868) Randy Leen, Indiana (209)

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ALL-TIME ROSTER

1952 Donald Goldstein Robert Hill +#!.ƫ+.0+*ƫ Pete Jones Ike May Bob McNeely Aubrey Miller Julien Strassburger

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6-1 5-7 ĆġĊƫ 5-9 5-9 5-11 5-11 6-0

170 150 āąĆƫ 150 155 160 165 165

Soph. Soph.

.ċƫ Soph. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

ƫ

Birmingham, Ala. Rochester, N.Y. +.!/0!.Čƫ //ċ Dothan, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Spring Hill, Ala. Selma, Ala. Montgomery, Ala.

1953 Jack Cummings James Flowers Robert Hill Pete Jones Buddy Manderson Bob McClung Bob McNeely Dick Vittingl

5-11 5-8 5-7 5-9 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-0

165 160 145 150 175 165 160 135

Sr. Soph. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Pass Christian, Miss. Dothan, Ala. Rochester, N.Y. Dothan, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Spring Hill, Ala. Spring Hill, Ala.

1954 Andrew Burch M.C. Fitts %((%)ƫ%,/+*ƫ Buddy Manderson Jackie Maness Aubrey Miller James Shamblin, Jr. .+( ƫ!/(!5ƫ

5-10 6-0 Ćġāāƫ 6-1 5-11 5-11 5-7 ćġĀƫ

175 195 āĈĆƫ 175 150 170 150 āćĆƫ

Fr. Fr.

.ċƫ Soph. Fr. Sr. Sr. +,$ċƫ

Mobile, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. (!.02%((!Čƫ(ċ Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Selma, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. .!!*2%((!Čƫ(ċ

1955 Andrew Burch Bob Cochran John Faulk, Jr. M.C. Fitts %((%)ƫ%,/+*ƫ Sonny Holt Patrick Jones, Jr. Buddy Manderson Jackie Maness Moley Smith

5-10 5-10 6-0 6-0 Ćġāāƫ 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-11 5-11

175 160 170 195 āĈĆƫ 155 170 175 150 165

Soph. Soph. Soph. Soph.

.ċƫ Soph. Soph. Jr. Soph. Soph.

1956 Andrew Burch Barry Coxe Ben Goodwin Sonny Holt Elridge Hydinger Buddy Manderson Jackie Maness Bob McClung Vernon Stabler %((%)ƫ%((%)/+*ƫ +!.0ƫ++ "%*ƫ

5-8 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-1 5-11 ćġĀƫ ćġĂƫ

155 205 155 155 170 175 150 165 160 āĈĀƫ āĉĆƫ

Jr. Soph. Soph. Jr. Soph. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. +,$ċƫ +,$ċƫ

1957 Clifton Darby Irving Gotlieb Donald Hayden Sonny Holt Elridge Hydinger Neal Littlejohn Jackie Maness Dick Pride +!.0ƫ++ "%*ƫ

5-10 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-1 5-10 5-11 5-11 ćġĂƫ

170 175 172 155 170 170 150 175 āĉĆƫ

Soph. Jr. Soph. Sr. Soph. Soph. Sr. Soph.

.ċƫ

1958 Dick Ball, Jr. H.B. “Vick”Goodwin Bill Hamilton Jackie Maness Dick Pride Roger Suttle +!.0ƫ++ "%*ƫ

5-11 5-11 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-0 ćġĆƫ

150 160 145 150 175 185 ĂĀĆƫ

Soph. Jr. Soph. Sr. Jr. Jr. .ċƫ

ƫ

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Mobile, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. (!.02%((!Čƫ(ċ Selma, Ala. Dothan, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Birmingham, Ala.

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Mobile, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Selma, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Greenville, Ala. +*0#+)!.5Čƫ(ċ !()Čƫ(ċ

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Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. East Rochester, N.Y. Selma, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Columbus, Ga. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. !()Čƫ(ċ

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Montgomery, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Gadsden, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Gadsden, Ala. !()Čƫ(ċ

1959 Dick Ball, Jr. Buddy Carter Quin Flowers Leask Harris, Jr. Robert Maness Dick Pride Roger Suttle

5-11 5-11 6-0 5-6 5-10 5-11 6-0

150 165 160 145 150 180 170

Jr. Soph. Soph. Sr. Soph. Sr. Sr.

Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Dothan, Ala. Selma, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Gadsden, Ala.

1960 Dick Ball, Jr. Albert DeFuniak Quin Flowers Bill Hamilton Bob Hull Billy Kitchens Robert Maness Tom O’Melia Jack Thorington

5-11 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-10 5-11 6-1

150 175 160 160 185 170 150 160 165

Sr. Soph. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Soph. Jr.

Montgomery, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Dothan, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Grove Hill, Ala. Montgomery, Ala.

1961 Fred Blackmon Pat Buchanan Fox DeFuniak Phil Fischer Quin Flowers Bill Forris Hamp Greene Bill Hamilton Johnny Lamey Robert Maness Tom O’Melia Tommy Settle Jack Thorington +!.0ƫ$%0!ƫ

5-11 5-9 6-1 5-11 6-2 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-8 5-11 6-1 ĆġĊƫ

185 180 178 145 180 165 155 150 175 150 148 172 180 āąĆƫ

Soph. Soph. Jr. Soph. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr.

.ċƫ

Anniston, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Dothan, Ala. Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Grove Hill, Ala. Owensboro, Ky. Montgomery, Ala.  / !*Čƫ(ċ

5-11

190

Soph.

Birmingham, Ala.

5-11 6-4 5-11

155 172 175

Sr. Soph. Sr.

Montgomery, Ala. Enterprise, Ala. Mobile, Ala.

5-11 5-11

170 172

Jr. Sr.

5-11 ĆġĊƫ 6-0 ćġĀƫ 5-11 6-4 6-1 6-5 5-11 Ćġāāƫ 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-1 ćġāƫ

170 āĈĆƫ 180 āĈĆƫ 190 172 160 192 170 āĉĆƫ 183 135 170 190 āćĀƫ

Jr. .ċƫ Soph. +,$ċƫ Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. .ċƫ Soph. Jr. Sr. Soph. +,$ċƫ

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1962 — Not Available 1963 — Not Available 1964 Vance Fulkerson Maurice Green Hamp Greene David Holcombe Johnny Lamey Ab Powey Dick Pride Phil Scherer Tommy Settle 1965 Charles Crabbe 5*!ƫ2%/Čƫ .ċƫ Ross Diamond, III 5*!ƫ+3*!5ƫ Vance Fulkerson David Holcombe Horace Horner Tom Jones John Lamey %(1.ƫ * !./+*ƫ Jimmy Mitchell Tommy Nicol, Jr. Phil Scherer Joe Sullivan +!.0ƫ!%*. ƫ

Louisville, Ky. Owensboro, Ky.

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Birmingham, Ala. +*0#+)!.5Čƫ(ċ Mobile, Ala.  / !*Čƫ(ċ Birmingham, Ala. Enterprise, Ala. Pensacola, Fla. Valley Head, Ala. Mobile, Ala. 1/(++/Čƫ(ċ Decatur, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Louisville, Ky. Mobile, Ala. 1/(++/Čƫ(ċ

1966 — Not Available

ALABAMA


ALL-TIME ROSTER 1967 Don Blanton Sam Farlow Lee Harper Tom Jones Ralph Smallman Joe Frank Terrell +'ĆŤ!%*. ĆŤ

6-0

175

6-0 6-5 5-11 5-11 Ä‡ÄĄÄ ĆŤ

185 205 165 160 Ä Ä‡Ä€ĆŤ

Soph. Soph. Fr. Soph. Fr. Soph. .Ä‹ĆŤĆŤ

1968 Don Blanton 5*!ĆŤ2%/ÄŒĆŤ .Ä‹ĆŤ Joe DuBois Jerry Haggstrom Hal Hamner Lee Harper Tom Jones Sam Linnick Fred Nicol Ricky Sirmon Ralph Smallman Joe Frank Terrell

6-0 ĆĥĊƍ 5-8 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-5 5-11 6-0 5-9 5-11 5-11

175 Ä ÄˆÄ†ĆŤ 170 175 170 185 205 175 150 140 165 160

Jr. .Ä‹ĆŤ Sr. Soph. Fr. Soph. Jr. Fr. Soph. Fr. Soph. Jr.

1969 Don Blanton Mike Eller Gerald Haggstrom Tom Jones Sam Linnick Clyde McLendon Bill O’Connor John O’Neill Ricky Sirmon Ralph Smallman Joe Terrell

6-0 6-0 6-1 6-5 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-10 5-11 5-11

175 170 175 215 175 145 190 160 190 160 155

Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Soph. Soph. Soph. Soph. Soph. Jr. Sr.

Selma, Ala. Nashville, Tenn. Kankakee, Ill. Valley Head, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Huntsville, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Greenville, Ala.

1970 John Belton Sam Farlow Mark Frederick Joe Freeman Lee Harper Clyde McLendon Bill O’Connor John O’Neill Rick Sirmon Ralph Smallman $!!(!.ƍ0!3.0ƍ Frank Vines

6-3 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-9 5-11 ćĥĂƍ 6-3

155 185 180 170 185 150 205 160 150 160 Ä Ä‡Ä†ĆŤ 190

Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Soph. Soph. Soph. Jr. Sr. .Ä‹ĆŤ Fr.

Gastonia, N.C. Birmingham, Ala. Parma, Ohio Covington, La. Birmingham, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Huntsville, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. 1/(++/ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ Birmingham, Ala.

1971 John Belton Mark Frederick Joe Freeman Lee Harper Bernie Kirkland Sam Linnick Clyde McLendon Raimundo Mejia John O’Neill Hall Reynolds Rick Sirmon $!!(!.ĆŤ0!3.0ĆŤ Frank Vines (0!.ĆŤ++ ÄŒĆŤ .Ä‹ĆŤ

6-2 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-1 5-8 6-0 5-11 5-9 ćĥĂƍ 6-3 ćĥĀƍ

155 180 170 190 230 190 153 145 165 165 150 Ä ÄˆÄ€ĆŤ 200 Ä Ä‡Ä€ĆŤ

Soph. Soph. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. +,$Ä‹ĆŤ Soph. .Ä‹ĆŤ

1972 John Belton Gary Burns Tony Hollifield Bernie Kirkland Raimundo Mejia John O’Neill Alan Pate Jerry Pate

6-1 6-1 6-3 5-11 5-7 6-0 5-11 5-11

155 190 200 200 145 165 180 150

Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Soph. Sr. Fr. Fr.

GOLF

ĆŤ

ĆŤ

Selma, Ala. Greenville, Ala. Bessemer, Ala. Valley Head, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. 1/(++/ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹

Selma, Ala. +*0#+)!.5ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ Enterprise, Ala. Kankakee, Ill. Fosters, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Valley Head, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Huntsville, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Greenville, Ala.

Hall Reynolds $!!(!.ĆŤ0!3.0ĆŤ Frank Vines (0!.ĆŤ++ ÄŒĆŤ .Ä‹ĆŤ

5-11 ćĥĂƍ 6-3 ćĥĀƍ

165 Ä Ä‰Ä€ĆŤ 200 Ä Ä‡Ä€ĆŤ

Soph.

.Ä‹ĆŤ Jr. +,$Ä‹ĆŤ

SQ Ä‚ ĆŤ 1L ĆŤ

Chattanooga, Tenn. 1/(++/ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ Birmingham, Ala. %.)%*#$)ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹

1973 John Belton Billy Brown Tommy Burns Ray Cox Bunky Hancock Tony Hollifield Travis Hudson Charles Major Raimundo Mejia Danny Neighbors Alan Pate Jerry Pate Mike Preston Hall Reynolds $!!(!.ĆŤ0!3.0ĆŤ

+$*ĆŤ++ ((ĆŤ

6-1 5-7 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-6 5-7 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-2 5-11 ćĥĂƍ Ä‡ÄĄÄƒĆŤ

160 155 175 160 185 210 200 225 145 160 190 160 155 165 Ä Ä‰Ä†ĆŤ Ä ÄˆÄ†ĆŤ

Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Soph. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Soph. Soph. Fr. Jr. .Ä‹ĆŤ .Ä‹ĆŤ

3L

Gastonia, N.C. Birmingham, Ala. JC Selma, Ala. SQ Pell City, Ala. JC Greenville, Ala. 1L Gastonia, N.C. Jasper, Ala. JC Birmingham, Ala. 1L Barranquilla, Colombia Memphis, Tenn. 1L Mobile, Ala. 1L Pensacola, Fla. Allentown, N.J. 1L Chattanooga, Tenn. ă ĆŤ 1/(++/ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ ĆŤ 1*0!./2%((!ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹

1975 John Babyak Steve Brabner Bill Hamrick Jimbo Head Tony Hollifield Tom Hough Chip Howell Travis Hudson +. 5ƍ +$*/+*ƍ Mike Jordan Rick Karbowski Richard May Marty O’Rear Alan Pate Jerry Pate Mike Preston Rich Ritter Paul Rooker Alan Yeilding

5-9 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-8 6-1 Ä†ÄĄÄ Ä ĆŤ 6-0 6-0 6-2 5-8 5-11 5-11 6-2 5-10 5-10 5-9

165 160 160 170 190 175 140 190 Ä ÄˆÄ€ĆŤ 165 190 195 165 190 170 160 135 170 155

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Soph. Soph. Jr. +,$Ä‹ĆŤ Fr. Soph. Soph. Soph. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Soph. Fr.

Youngstown, Ohio Mobile, Ala. Brundidge, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Gastonia, N.C. Anniston, Ala. Anniston, Ala. Jasper, Ala. +.!/0!.ÄŒĆŤ //Ä‹ Camden, Ark. Auburn, Mass. Miami Beach, Fla. Fairfax, Va. Mobile, Ala. Pensacola, Fla. Cream Ridge, N.J. Prattville, Ala. McComb, Miss. Birmingham, Ala.

1976 John Babyak Steve Brabner Andy Burch Dave Ferrell Mark Gurrow Tom Harris Barry Harwell Jimbo Head Tom Hough Travis Hudson +. %!ƍ +$*/+*ƍ Mike Jordan Rick Karbowski Chris Massler Bob Mathers 1(ƍ +'.%/ƍ Marty O’Rear Mike Preston Allen Ritchie Rich Ritter Paul Rooker Gary Trivinno

5-10 6-0 5-5 6-2 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-2 ćĥĀƍ 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-11 Ä†ÄĄÄ Ä€ĆŤ 5-10 6-1 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-2

165 165 145 190 160 170 195 190 170 205 Ä Ä…ÄŠĆŤ 175 175 150 158 Ä ÄˆÄ€ĆŤ 175 160 180 130 160 190

Soph. Soph. Fr. Sr. Fr. Soph. Fr. Soph. Jr. Sr.

.Ä‹ĆŤ Soph. Jr. Sr. Fr. .Ä‹ĆŤ Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr.

1974 — Not Available

ĆŤ

1L 1L 1L 3L TR 2L 1L 3L Ä ĆŤ 1L ĆŤ

2L JC SQ SQ 2L

Gastonia, N.C. Parma, Ohio Covington, La. Birmingham, Ala. Lakeland, Fla. Mobile, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Barranquilla, Colombia Mobile, Ala. Chattanooga, Tenn. Huntsville, Ala. 1/(++/ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ Birmingham, Ala. %.)%*#$)ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹

Gastonia, N.C. Selma, Ala. Gastonia, N.C. Lakeland, Fla. Barranquilla, Colombia Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Pensacola, Fla.

ĆŤ

SQ SQ

Boardman, Ohio Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. St. Augustine, Fla. SQ Tupelo, Miss. Carrolton, Ga. SQ Birmingham, Ala. SQ Anniston, Ala. 3L Jasper, Ala. ĆŤ +.!/0!.ÄŒĆŤ //Ä‹ SQ Camden, Ark. 2L Auburn, Mass. SQ Ozark, Ala. Valparaiso, Fla. ĆŤ ..!*ÄŒĆŤ$%+ SQ Fairfax, Va. 2L Cream Ridge, N.J. Birmingham, Ala. SQ Prattville, Ala. 2L McComb, Miss. SQ Mayfield Heights, Ohio

71


ALL-TIME ROSTER 72

SNAPSHOTS Matt Hughes finished his time at Alabama in 2009 after competing in 20 tournaments for the Tide and posting a 75.53 scoring average.

1977 John Babyak Allan Cameron Mark Gurnow Barry Harwell Steven Hudson +. +*ĆŤ +$*/+*ĆŤ Rick Karbowski Dennis Kay 1(ĆŤ +'.%/ĆŤ Ken Postlewait Allen Ritchie Mike Rooker Paul Rooker .0ĆŤ0..ÄŒĆŤ .Ä‹ĆŤ Gary Trivisonno .5ĆŤ%('/ĆŤ Allen Yeilding

5-10 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-0 ćĥĀƍ 6-0 5-4 Ä†ÄĄÄ Ä€ĆŤ 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-1 Ä‡ÄĄÄƒĆŤ 6-2 ĆĥĊƍ 5-9

170 175 170 190 166 Ä Ä†Ä†ĆŤ 175 140 Ä Ä‡Ä†ĆŤ 165 180 135 160 Ä ÄˆÄ†ĆŤ 195 Ä Ä…Ä†ĆŤ 155

Jr. Fr. Soph. Soph. Fr. .Ä‹ĆŤ Sr. Soph. +,$Ä‹ĆŤ Fr. Soph. Fr. Sr. .Ä‹ĆŤ Soph. .Ä‹ĆŤ Jr.

1978 Tommy Allbright Allan Cameron Kevin Canada Mark Gurnow Barry Harwell Steve Hudson Cecil Ingram Dennis Kay Bob Mathers Kelly Miller John Poole Allen Ritchie Paul Rooker Gary Trivisonno .5ĆŤ%('/ĆŤ Allen Yeilding Harry Zaruba

6-3 6-1 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-1 5-4 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-2 ĆĥĊƍ 5-9 5-8

205 175 175 170 190 166 165 140 160 160 180 175 165 195 Ä Ä…Ä€ĆŤ 155 150

Fr. Soph. Jr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Soph. Jr. Sr. Jr. +,$Ä‹ĆŤ Sr. Fr.

1979 Robert Almon Kevin Canada Kevin DeNike Hollis Geiger, Jr. Barry Harwell Steve Hudson Cecil Ingram Dennis Kay Bob Mathers

5-10 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-1 5-4 5-11

145 175 150 155 190 166 165 140 160

Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Soph. Soph. Sr. Sr.

1L 1L 1L Ä‚ ĆŤ 3L SQ Ä ĆŤ 1L 2L ĆŤ 1L ĆŤ 2L

ĆŤ

Youngstown, Ohio Mobile, Ala. St. Augustine, Fla. Carrollton, Ga. Jasper, Ala. +.!/0!.ÄŒĆŤ //Ä‹ Auburn, Mass. Kansas City, Kan. ..!*ÄŒĆŤ$%+ Sylacauga, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. McComb, Miss. McComb, Miss. !!.!ÄŒĆŤ%/Ä‹ Mayfield Heights, Ohio )/0!. )ÄŒĆŤ$%+ Birmingham, Ala.

Holly Pond, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Chester, Va. St. Augustine, Fla. Carrollton, Ga. Jasper, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Leawood, Kan. Valparaiso, Fla. Michigan City, Ind. Roanoke, Va. Birmingham, Ala. McComb, Miss. Mayfield Heights, Ohio )/0!. )ÄŒĆŤ$%+ĆŤ Birmingham, Ala. Independence, Ohio

Tuscaloosa, Ala. Chester, Va. Bettendorf, Iowa Birmingham, Ala. Carrollton, Ga. Jasper, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Leawood, Kan. Valparaiso., Fla.

Kelly Miller John Poole Scott Ray Lee Rinker Allen Ritchie Gary Trivisonno .'ĆŤ%'(%*!ĆŤ .5ĆŤ%('/ĆŤ Harry Zaruba

6-1 6-3 5-11 6-0 6-3 6-2 ćĥĀƍ ĆĥĊƍ 5-8

160 180 145 170 175 195 Ä Ä‡Ä€ĆŤ Ä Ä…Ä€ĆŤ 150

Soph. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. .Ä‹ĆŤ

.Ä‹ĆŤ Soph.

1980 Jim Branche Kevin DeNike Tom Garner Conwell Hooper Steve Hudson Cecil Ingram Jim Kilduff David Lane Steve Lowery John Miller Kelly Miller John Poole Lee Rinker Bob Vespa .1!ĆŤ!.*!.ĆŤĆŤ .'ĆŤ%'(%*!ĆŤ Harry Zaruba

6-1 5-10 5-8 5-8 5-1 6-2 5-9 5-8 6-0 5-8 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-9 Ćĥĉƍ Ćĥĉƍ 5-8

160 150 170 160 160 180 155 160 180 160 165 190 180 150 Ä Ä†Ä€ĆŤ Ä ÄˆÄ†ĆŤ 170

Soph. Soph. Fr. Soph. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Soph. Jr.

.Ä‹ĆŤ +,$Ä‹ĆŤ Jr.

1981 Todd Anderson Jim Branche Claud Cooper Mike Craw Kevin DeNike Tom Garner Lars Gustafsson Conwell Hooper Steve Hudson Cecil Ingram Joe Joyner John Keller Steve Lowery David McKenzie Lee Rinker Don Scott .'ĆŤ%'(%*!ĆŤ .'ĆŤ++ ĆŤĆŤ

6-0 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-0 5-10 6-1 5-9 5-11 6-2 5-10 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-11 Ćĥĉƍ Ä†ÄĄÄ Ä ĆŤ

160 170 175 183 165 155 165 155 166 185 135 180 190 185 180 167 Ä ÄˆÄ†ĆŤ Ä Ä†Ä†ĆŤ

Fr. Jr. Jr. Soph. Jr. Soph. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Soph. Fr. Jr. Fr.

.Ä‹ĆŤ .Ä‹ĆŤ

ĆŤ ĆŤ

ĆŤ ĆŤ

ĆŤ ĆŤ

Michigan City, Ind. Roanoke, Va. Central City, Ky. Stuart, Fla. Birmingham, Ala. Mayfield Heights, Ohio +%(!ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ )/0!. )ÄŒĆŤ$%+ĆŤ Independence, Ohio

Orlando, Fla. Bettendorf, Iowa Pompano Beach, Fla. Montgomery, Ala. Jasper, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Cleveland, Ohio Chelmsford, Mass. Birmingham, Ala. Pensacola, Fla. Michigan City, Ind. Roanoke, Va. Stuart, Fla. Cleveland, Ohio +1/0+*ÄŒĆŤ!4/ +%(!ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ĆŤ Cleveland, Ohio

Rockford, Mich. Orlando, Fla. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tasmania, Australia Bettendorf, Iowa Pompano Beach, Fla. Zachary, La. Montgomery, Ala. Jasper, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Georgetown, S.C. Pompano Beach, Fla. Birmingham, Ala. Selma, Ala. Stuart, Fla. Downsville, La. +%(!ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ĆŤ ! "+. ÄŒĆŤ * Ä‹

ALABAMA


ALL-TIME ROSTER 1982 Todd Anderson Jim Branche Tom Brennan Fred Curtis Kevin DeNike Tom Garner Talbert Griffin Darrell Jones Joe Joyner John Keller Gary Laurin Steve Lowery Griff Rudolph Don Scott Greg Spohr Bill Van Orman

6-0 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-0 5-10 5-8 5-7 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-2 5-8 5-11 6-1 6-2

160 170 160 175 170 155 165 150 150 155 170 195 150 170 175 165

Soph. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Soph. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Soph. Fr. Fr.

1983 Todd Anderson Bradley Braswell Tom Brennan Gary Buffington Tom Garner John Gray Talbert Griffin Joe Joyner Steve Kittleson Gary Laurin Steve Lowery Curtis Middlekauff Lee Rinker Griff Rudolph !+.#!ĆŤ!/0+*ĆŤ

6-0 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-8 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-8 Ćĥĉƍ

165 195 160 150 155 165 165 145 170 175 195 180 180 170 Ä Ä†Ä€ĆŤ

Jr. Soph. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Soph. .Ä‹ĆŤ

1984 Todd Anderson Bobby Carl Talbert Griffin Darrell Jones Joe Joyner Steve Kittleson Curtis Middlekauff Bradley Nazzarini Luis Pavon Alan Pope Jett Rich Craig Rudolph Griff Rudolph Stewart Scott Greg Spohr Bill Van Orman !+.#!ĆŤ!/0+*ĆŤ .'ĆŤ++ ĆŤ

6-0 5-11 5-9 5-7 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-0 5-8 6-0 6-0 5-4 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-1 Ćĥĉƍ Ä†ÄĄÄ Ä€ĆŤ

170 170 165 155 150 175 180 175 175 140 193 135 170 170 180 180 Ä Ä†Ä€ĆŤ Ä Ä†ÄƒĆŤ

Sr. Jr. Sr. Soph. Jr. Soph. Sr. Soph. Fr. Fr. Soph. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. +,$Ä‹ĆŤ .Ä‹ĆŤ

1985 Berney Aucoin Scott Calhoun Bobby Carl Darrell Jones Joe Joyner Jim Kelson David McKenzie Luis Pavon Alan Pope Griff Rudolph Don Scott Greg Spohr Rob Thomas Bill Van Orman !+.#!ĆŤ!/0+*ĆŤ .1!ĆŤ%((!00!ĆŤ

6-1 6-0 5-11 5-7 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-8 6-0 5-9 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-1 Ćĥĉƍ ćĥĂƍ

186 170 180 155 150 160 180 180 149 170 165 175 142 180 Ä Ä†Ä†ĆŤ Ä Ä‡Ä†ĆŤ

Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Soph. Sr. Soph. Soph. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr.

.Ä‹ĆŤ .Ä‹ĆŤ

GOLF

Rockford, Mich. Orlando, Fla. New Orleans, La. Ventnor, N.J. Bettendorf, Iowa Pompano Beach, Fla. Montgomery, Ala. Trussville, Ala. Georgetown, S.C. Pompano Beach, Fla. Farmington Hills, Mich Birmingham, Ala. Clarksville, Tenn. Downsville, La. Quincy, Ill. Ridgefield, Conn.

ĆŤ

Rockford, Mich. Union Springs, Ala. New Orleans, La. Pensacola, Fla. Pompano Beach, Fla. Jasper, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Georgetown, S.C. DeKalb, Ill. Farmington Hills, Mich Birmingham, Ala. Jacksonville, Fla. Stuart, Fla. Clarksville, Tenn. $.(+00!ÄŒĆŤÄ‹Ä‹

ĆŤ ĆŤ

Rockford, Mich. Oak Brook, Ill. Montgomery, Ala. Trussville, Ala. Georgetown, S.C. DeKalb, Ill. Jacksonville, Fla. Rockford, Ill. Mexico City, Mexico Jasper, Ala. Carrollton, Ga. Clarksville, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn. Downsville, La. Quincy, Ill. Ridgefield, Conn. $.(+00!ÄŒĆŤÄ‹Ä‹ * %*,+(%/ÄŒĆŤ * Ä‹

ĆŤ ĆŤ

Houma, La. Columbus, Ga. Oak Brook, Ill. Trussville, Ala. Pinehurst, N.C. Arlington, Texas Selma, Ala. Mexico City, Mexico Jasper, Ala. Clarksville, Tenn. Downsville, La. Quincy, Ill. Fort Payne, Ala. Ridgefield, Conn. $.(+00!ÄŒĆŤÄ‹Ä‹ +*+'!ÄŒĆŤÄ‹

1986 Berney Aucoin %$. ĆŤ!.#(1* ĆŤ Darrell Jones Tracy Lentz Jay Lessley Sean Pacetti Luis Pavon Alan Pope Kevin Strohman Rob Thomas John Thornes Bill Van Orman !+.#!ĆŤ!/0+*ĆŤ .1!ĆŤ%((!00!ĆŤ

6-1 Ćĥĉƍ 5-7 6-3 5-7 5-8 5-8 6-0 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-2 Ćĥĉƍ ćĥĂƍ

175 Ä Ä‡Ä€ĆŤ 155 165 140 150 180 149 150 140 165 180 Ä Ä†Ä†ĆŤ Ä Ä‰Ä†ĆŤ

Soph.

.Ä‹ĆŤ Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Soph. Fr. Sr. .Ä‹ĆŤ +,$Ä‹ĆŤ

1987 Berney Aucoin Kyle Bellamy %$ĆŤ!.#(1* ĆŤ Tony DiRico Jim Kelson Tracy Lentz Spike McRoy Sean Pacetti Luis Pavon John Pochis Alan Pope Danny Spybey John Thornes .1!ĆŤ%((!00!ĆŤ

6-1 6-0 Ćĥĉƍ 5-10 6-0 6-2 5-11 5-9 5-8 5-9 6-0 5-8 6-2 ćĥĂƍ

180 190 Ä Ä†Ä†ĆŤ 165 165 170 130 170 180 170 145 139 165 Ä Ä‡Ä†ĆŤ

Jr. Fr. .Ä‹ĆŤ Sr. Sr. Soph. Fr. Soph. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Soph.

.Ä‹ĆŤ

ĆŤ

1988 Paul Bastien Kyle Bellamy %$ĆŤ!.#(1* ĆŤ Henry Diana Tony DiRico Terry Hatch Todd Lee Tracy Lentz Steve Luther Spike McRoy Sean Pacetti John Pochis Danny Spybey Rob Tipton .5ĆŤ%##%*#0+*ĆŤ .1!ĆŤ%((!00!ĆŤ

6-1 6-0 Ćĥĉƍ ƍ 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-7 6-2 6-2 5-11 5-9 5-9 5-8 6-5 ćĥĀƍ ƍ ćĥĂƍ ƍ

Fr. Soph. .Ä‹ĆŤ Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Soph. Fr. Soph. Jr. Soph. Fr. Sr. .Ä‹ĆŤ

.Ä‹ĆŤ

HS SQ Ä‚ ĆŤ HS 2L HS TR 1L RS 1L 2L 1L RS SQ ĆŤ Ä‚ ĆŤ

1989 Paul Bastien Bert Beers !*.5ĆŤ%*ĆŤ David Kirkpatrick Todd Lee Tracy Lentz Spike McRoy Sean Pacetti John Pochis Dick Pride Frank Slapikas Danny Spybey Jeff Street .5ĆŤ%##%*#0+*ĆŤ .1!ĆŤ%((!00!ĆŤ

6-2 6-2 Ä†ÄĄÄ Ä ĆŤ 5-10 5-7 6-3 5-11 5-9 5-9 6-0 6-3 5-8 5-10 ćĥĀƍ ćĥĂƍ

Soph. Fr. +,$Ä‹ĆŤ Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Soph. Fr. Soph. Fr. +,$Ä‹ĆŤ .Ä‹ĆŤ

1L Dennis, Mass. HS Selma, Ala. Ä ĆŤ ..!*ÄŒĆŤ$%+ HS North Berwick, Scotland 1L Jasper, Ala. 2L Trinity, Ala. 2L Huntsville, Ala. 3L Palatka, Fla. 1L Crystal River, Fla. SQ Tuscaloosa, Ala. HS Tuscaloosa, Ala. 1L Columbus, Ohio HS Tuscaloosa, Ala. Ä ĆŤ **%/0+*ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ ă ĆŤ +*+'!ÄŒĆŤÄ‹

190 195 Ä Ä†Ä†ĆŤ 150 140 170 135 175 190 180 175 165 182 Ä Ä‰Ä†ĆŤ Ä ÄˆÄ‚ĆŤ

ĆŤ

ĆŤ ĆŤ

ĆŤ

Houma, La. 5+)%*#ÄŒĆŤ %$Ä‹ Trussville, Ala. Trinity, Ala. Natchez, Miss. Palatka, Fla. Mexico City, Mexico Jasper, Ala. Rockford, Ill. Fort Payne, Ala. Rialto, Calif. Ridgefield, Conn. $.(+00!ÄŒĆŤÄ‹Ä‹ +*+'!ÄŒĆŤÄ‹

Houma, La. High Point, N.C. 5+)%*#ÄŒĆŤ %$Ä‹ Milton, Mass. Grand Prairie, Texas Trinity, Ala. Huntsville, Ala. Palatka, Fla. Mexico City, Mexico Crystal River, Fla. Jasper, Ala. Columbus, Ohio Rialto, Calif. +*+'!ÄŒĆŤÄ‹

Dennis, Mass. High Point, N.C. 5+)%*#ÄŒĆŤ %$Ä‹ Youngstown, Ohio Milton, Mass. Lancaster, Pa. Jasper, Ala. Trinity, Ala. Dallas, Texas Huntsville, Ala. Palatka, Fla. Crystal River, Fla. Columbus, Ohio Roanoke, Va. **%/0+*ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ +*+'!ÄŒĆŤÄ‹

73


175 165 182 Ä ÄˆÄ€ĆŤ

Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Soph. Soph. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Soph. Jr. Soph. .Ä‹ĆŤ

Joe Patton Mayson Petty HS Orlando, Fla. *'ĆŤ)%0$ĆŤ 2L Youngstown, Ohio Scott Taylor HS Selma, Ala. Patrick Vadden HS Edwardsville, Ill. HS Montgomery, Ala. 1995 1L North Berwick, Scotland Chip Deason 3L Trinity, Ala. John Franks 3L Huntsville, Ala. Robert Ireland SQ Tuscaloosa, Ala. Greg Letson HS Alexandria, Va. Dan Mutert SQ Birmingham, Ala. Joe Patton RS Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mayson Petty 2L Columbus, Ohio John Stahlschmidt RS Tuscaloosa, Ala. Patrick Vadden ĆŤ  / !*ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ .%*ĆŤ.%#$0ĆŤ

6-0 Ä†ÄĄÄ Ä ĆŤ 6-1 6-0 6-2 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-3 5-8 5-10 Ä‡ÄĄÄ ĆŤ

165 Ä Ä‡Ä†ĆŤ 170 145 175 168 150 175 175 170 165 140 200 178 185 Ä ÄˆÄ€ĆŤ

Jr. .Ä‹ĆŤ Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Soph. Jr. Soph. Sr. Soph. .Ä‹ĆŤ

SQ Rochester Hills, Mich. ă ĆŤ ..!*ÄŒĆŤ$%+ RS Selma, Ala. HS Hamilton, Ala. RS Edwardsville, Ill. TR Sylvester, Ga. 2L North Berwick, Scotland HS Florence, Ala. HS Kalmar, Sweden 1L Tuscaloosa, Ala. RS Alexandria, Va. TR Vallentuna, Sweden RS Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3L Columbus, Ohio 1L Tuscaloosa, Ala. Ä ĆŤ  / !*ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹

1992 Jeff Amershadian Steve Aumock Jason Bohn John Franks Ryan Gump Chris King David Kirkpatrick Greg Letson Dan Mutert Marten Olander Dicky Pride Freddy Skantze Jeff Street Scott Taylor

/+*ĆŤ%($%0!ĆŤ

6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-10 5-11 5-8 6-3 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-4 Ä‡ÄĄÄ ĆŤ

155 165 165 155 155 160 155 175 145 175 175 140 197 175 Ä ÄˆÄ†ĆŤ

Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Soph. Sr. Sr. Jr. Soph.

.Ä‹ĆŤ

TR Manalapan, N.J. RS Rochester, Mich. HS Mifflinburg, Pa. RS Hamilton, Ala. HS Mobile, Ala. 1L Sylvester, Ga. 3L North Berwick, Scotland RS Florence, Ala. HS Birmingham, Ala. 1L Kalmar, Sweden 2L Tuscaloosa, Ala. 1L Vallentuna, Sweden 2L Tuscaloosa, Ala. RS Tuscaloosa, Ala. Ä‚ ĆŤ  / !*ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹

1993 Jeff Amershadian Jason Bohn John Franks Chris King Greg Letson Dan Mutert Marten Olander Mayson Petty Freddy Skantze *'ĆŤ)%0$ĆŤ Jeff Street Scott Taylor Patrick Vadden

/+*ĆŤ%($%0!ĆŤ

6-0 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-11 5-8 6-3 6-0 6-0 ćĥĂƍ 5-10 6-4 6-2 Ä‡ÄĄÄ ĆŤ

155 165 155 160 175 145 175 165 140 Ä ÄˆÄ‡ĆŤ 197 175 225 Ä ÄˆÄ†ĆŤ

Jr. R-Fr. Soph. Sr. Soph. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr.

.Ä‹ĆŤ Sr. Jr. Fr. .Ä‹ĆŤ

SQ SQ RS 1L 1L SQ 2L HS 1L ĆŤ 3L 1L HS ă ĆŤ

Manalapan, N.J. Mifflinburg, Pa. Hamilton, Ala. Sylvester, Ga. Florence, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Kalmar, Sweden Tuscaloosa, Ala. Vallentuna, Sweden 5.+//ÄŒĆŤÄ‹ Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Louisville, Ky.  / !*ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹

1994 Chip Deason John Franks Greg Letson Dan Mutert Marten Olander

6-0 6-0 5-11 5-8 6-3

181 155 175 145 175

Fr. Jr. Jr. Soph. Sr.

HS 1L 2L SQ 3L

Centreville, Ala. Hamilton, Ala. Florence, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Kalmar, Sweden

ALL-TIME ROSTER

1990 Kyle Copeland Henry Diana Brian Ellis Jay Helper Jimbo Hope David Kirkpatrick Tracy Lentz Spike McRoy Dick Pride Christopher Reeves Stan Shaw Frank Slapikas Danny Spybey Jeff Street

/+*ĆŤ%($%0!ĆŤ

74

5-11 6-1 6-2

155 170 175

5-10 6-3 5-11 6-0 6-2

150 170 135 180 165

6-3 5-8 5-10 Ä‡ÄĄÄ ĆŤ

1991 Steve Aumock !*.5ĆŤ%*ĆŤ Brian Ellis John Franks Jay Helpler Chris King David Kirkpatrick Greg Letson Marten Olander Dicky Pride Chris Reeves Freddy Skantze Frank Slapikas Danny Spybey Jeff Street

/+*ĆŤ%($%0!ĆŤ

6-0 6-0 ćĥĂƍ 6-4 6-2

170 165 Ä ÄˆÄ‡ĆŤ 175 225

Fr. Soph. .Ä‹ĆŤ Sr. Soph.

HS 1L Ä ĆŤ 2L 1L

Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 5.+//ÄŒĆŤÄ‹ Tuscaloosa, Ala. Louisville, Ky.

6-0 6-0 5-9 5-11 5-8 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-2 Ä‡ÄĄÄƒĆŤ

181 155 140 175 145 170 165 185 225 Ä ÄˆÄ†ĆŤ

Soph. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Soph. .Ä‹ĆŤ

1L 2L HS 3L 1L RS 2L HS 1L ĆŤ

Centreville, Ala. Hamilton, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Florence, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. St. Louis, Mo. Louisville, Ky. +%(!ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹

1996 Matt Clark Chip Deason Robert Ireland Allan MacDonald Dan Mutert Mayson Petty John Stahlschmidt Patrick Vadden .%*ĆŤ.%#$0ĆŤ Chip Zahn

5-6 6-0 5-9 5-10 5-8 6-0 6-1 6-2 Ä‡ÄĄÄƒĆŤ 6-0

125 181 140 165 145 165 185 225 Ä ÄˆÄ†ĆŤ 175

Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. +,$Ä‹ĆŤ Fr.

TR 2L RS TR 2L 3L RS 2L Ä ĆŤĆŤ HS

Prattville, Ala. Centreville, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Glasgow, Scotland Birmingham, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. St. Louis, Mo. Louisville, Ky. +%(!ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ Mandeville, La.

1997 Matt Clark Lee Davis Chip Deason John Fulkerson Robert Ireland Allan MacDonald Richard Matricaria Mayson Petty John Stahlschmidt Patrick Vadden .%*ĆŤ.%#$0ĆŤ Chip Zahn

5-6 5-10 6-0 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-5 6-0 6-1 6-2 Ä‡ÄĄÄƒĆŤ 6-0

125 158 181 160 140 165 120 165 185 225 Ä ÄˆÄ†ĆŤ 175

Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Soph. Sr. Fr. Sr. Soph. Sr.

.Ä‹ĆŤ Fr.

SQ HS 3L HS 1L 1L HS 3L 1L 3L Ä‚ ĆŤĆŤ RS

Prattville, Ala. Thomasville, Ala. Centreville, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Glasgow, Scotland Davie, Fla. Tuscaloosa, Ala. St. Louis, Mo. Louisville, Ky. +%(!ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ Mandeville, La.

1998 Tim Arnoult Lee Davis Drew Eller Freeman Fite Landon Franks Brooks Friday John Fulkerson Robert Ireland Allan MacDonald Richard Matricaria Rob Shahady .%ĆŤ*5 !.ĆŤ John Stahlschmidt Cullen Thompson !/ĆŤ*!ĆŤ .%*ĆŤ.%#$0ĆŤ Chip Zahn

5-10 5-9 5-10 5-10 6-0 5-10 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-4 5-10 Ä†ÄĄÄ Ä€ĆŤ 6-1 6-1 ćĥĀƍ Ä‡ÄĄÄƒĆŤ 6-0

140 158 150 145 155 168 160 155 165 118 160 Ä ÄˆÄ€ĆŤ 185 170 Ä Ä‡Ä†ĆŤ Ä ÄˆÄ†ĆŤ 175

Fr. Soph. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. +,$Ä‹ĆŤ Jr. Soph. .Ä‹ĆŤ .Ä‹ĆŤ Soph.

HS 1L HS HS HS SQ RS 2L 1L HS HS ĆŤ 2L TR ĆŤ ă ĆŤĆŤ 1L

Dallas, Texas Thomasville, Ala. Old Hickory, Tenn. Anniston, Ala. Hamilton, Ala. Sylacauga, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Glasgow, Scotland Davie, Fla. Plantation, Fla. !/0+*ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ St. Louis, Mo. Mobile, Ala.  / !*ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ +%(!ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ Mandeville, La.

1999 Markus Agren Nicholas Balanis Lee Davis Drew Eller Freeman Fite Robert Ireland Jan-Are Larsen John Stahlschmidt !/ĆŤ*!ĆŤ .%*ĆŤ.%#$0ĆŤ Chip Zahn

5-9 6-0 5-9 5-10 5-10 5-9 5-11 6-1 ćĥĀƍ Ä‡ÄĄÄƒĆŤ 6-0

150 165 158 150 145 155 158 185 Ä Ä‡Ä†ĆŤ Ä ÄˆÄ†ĆŤ 175

Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Soph. Sr. Fr. Sr. +,$Ä‹ĆŤ .Ä‹ĆŤ Jr.

HS HS 2L RS 1L 3L HS 3L Ä ĆŤ ă ĆŤĆŤ 2L

Helsongborg, Sweden Valdosta, Ga. Thomasville, Ala. Old Hickory, Tenn. Anniston, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Sarpsborg, Sweden St. Louis, Mo.  / !*ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ +%(!ÄŒĆŤ(Ä‹ Mandeville, La.

ALABAMA


ALL-TIME ROSTER 2000 Nicholas Balanis Bruce Chambers Lee Davis Drew Eller Freeman Fite Austin Hynson $%0ƫ %(#.+!ƫ Jan-Are Larsen Oscar Lindvall Karl Nyblom !/(!5ƫ0!ƫ !/ƫ*!ƫ

6-0 6-1 5-9 5-10 5-10 5-9 ćġĀƫ 5-11 5-11 6-0 ćġĂƫ ćġĀƫ

165 150 158 150 145 135 āąĀƫ 158 163 160 āćĀƫ āćĆƫ

Fr. Fr. Jr. Soph. Jr. Fr. .ċƫ Jr. Fr. Fr. .ċƫ +,$ċƫ

SQ HS 2L SQ 2L HS ƫ 1L HS HS ƫ ā ƫ

Valdosta, Ga. Boksburg, South Africa Thomasville, Ala. Old Hickory, Tenn. Anniston, Ala. Mobile, Ala. !((ƫ%05Čƫ(ċ Sarpsborg, Sweden Hoellviken, Sweden Kalmar, Sweden !*/+(Čƫ(ċ  / !*Čƫ(ċ

2001 Nicholas Balanis Lars Brovold Mac Butler Bruce Chambers Lee Davis Drew Eller Freeman Fite Austin Hynson $%0ƫ %(#.+!ƫ Jan-Are Larsen Oscar Lindvall !/(!5ƫ0!ƫ Nick Rousey !/ƫ*!ƫ

6-0 6-4 5-8 6-1 5-9 5-10 5-10 5-9 ćġĀƫ 5-11 5-11 ćġĂƫ 6-0 ćġĀƫ

165 158 140 150 158 150 145 135 āąĀƫ 158 163 āćĀƫ 155 āćĆƫ

Soph. Fr. Soph. Soph. Sr. Jr. Sr. Soph. +,$ċƫ Jr. Soph. +,$ċƫ Jr. .ċƫ

1L Valdosta, Ga. HS Fredrikstad, Norway TR St. Simons, Ga. 1L Boksburg, South Africa 3L Thomasville, Ala. 1L Old Hickory, Tenn. 3L Anniston, Ala. 1L Mobile, Ala. ā ƫ !((ƫ%05Čƫ(ċ 2L Sarpsborg, Norway 1L Hoellviken, Sweden ā ƫ !*/+(Čƫ(ċ TR Pensacola, Fla. ā ƫ  / !*Čƫ(ċ

2002 Lars Brovold Mac Butler Austin Hynson Jan-Are Larsen Oscar Lindvall !/(!5ƫ0!ƫ Clint Provost Nick Rousey

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6-4 5-8 5-9 5-11 5-11 ćġĂƫ 5-10 6-0 Ćġāāƫ

158 140 135 158 163 āćĀƫ 150 155 āĈĆƫ

Soph. Jr. Soph. Sr. Jr.

.ċƫ Fr. Sr. .ċƫ

1L 1L 1L 3L 2L Ă ƫ HS 1L ƫ

Fredrikstad, Norway St. Simons, Ga. Mobile, Ala. Sarpsborg, Norway Hoellviken, Sweden !*/+(Čƫ(ċ Pensacola, Fla. Pensacola, Fla. .1//2%((!Čƫ(ċ

2003 Lars Brovold Mac Butler Daniel Creel Austin Hynson Oscar Lindvall !/(!5ƫ0!ƫ Clint Provost Sean Szerencsits

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6-4 5-8 5-5 5-9 5-11 ćġĂƫ 5-10 6-1 Ćġāāƫ

158 140 130 135 163 āćĀƫ 150 175 āĈĆƫ

Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. .ċƫ Soph. Fr. .ċƫ

2L 2L HS 2L 3L ă ƫ 1L HS ƫ

Fredrikstad, Norway St. Simons, Ga. Florence, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Hoellviken, Sweden !*/+(Čƫ(ċ Pensacola, Fla. Coplay, Pa. .1//2%((!, Ala.

2004 Max Alverio Lars Brovold Daniel Creel Patrick Hardin Austin Hynson Clint Provost John Raser Joseph Sykora Sean Szerencsits

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5-8 6-5 5-5 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-9 6-1 Ćġāāƫ Ćġāāƫ

148 190 130 175 153 150 150 150 185 āĈĆƫ āĊĀƫ

Fr. Sr. Soph. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. RS Soph. +,$ċƫ .ċƫ

HS 3L 1L HS 3L 2L TR HS 1L ā ƫ ƫ

Humacao, Puerto Rico Fredrikstad, Norway Florence, Ala. Bethlehem, Pa. Mobile, Ala. Pensacola, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Daphne, Ala. Coplay, Pa. .1//2%((!, Ala. 0$!*/, Ala.

2005 Max Alverio Thomas Hagler Mark Harrell Matt Hughes Clint Provost Dwight Rogers Joseph Sykora Gator Todd

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5-8 6-1 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-4 5-9 5-10 Ćġāāƫ

148 170 198 155 150 190 150 145 āĈĆƫ

RS Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

.ċƫ

1L TR HS HS 3L 1L RS HS Ă ƫ

Humacao, Puerto Rico Ringgold, Ga. Hazlehurst, Ga. Dalton, Ga. Pensacola, Fla. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Daphne, Ala. Florence, Ala. .1//2%((!, Ala.

GOLF

0!3.0ƫ$%00ƫ 2006 Max Alverio Thomas Hagler Mark Harrell Thomas Hugghins Matt Hughes Dwight Rogers Matthew Swan Joseph Sykora Gator Todd

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Ćġāāƫ āĊĀƫ

+,$ċƫ

ā ƫ

0$!*/, Ala.

5-8 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-4 5-11 5-9 5-10 Ćġāāƫ Ćġāāƫ

148 170 198 160 165 190 155 150 145 āĈĆƫ āĊĀƫ

Soph. Jr. Soph. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Soph. Soph. .ċƫ

.ċƫ

1L 1L 1L HS 1L 2L HS 1L 1L ă ƫ Ă ƫ

Humacao, Puerto Rico Ringgold, Ga. Hazlehurst, Ga. Ponte Vedra, Fla. Dalton, Ga. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Montgomery, Ala. Daphne, Ala. Florence, Ala. .1//2%((!, Ala. 0$!*/, Ala.

2007 Max Alverio Thomas Hagler Mark Harrell Thomas Hugghins Matt Hughes Ben Moody Matthew Swan Joseph Sykora Michael Thompson Gator Todd 0!3.0ƫ$%00ƫ

5-8 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-0 Ćġāāƫ

148 170 198 185 165 165 170 150 165 166 āĊĀƫ

Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Soph. Jr. Soph. Jr. Jr. Jr.

.ċƫ

2L 1L 2L RS 1L TR 1L 2L TR 2L Ă ƫ

Humacao, Puerto Rico Ringgold, Ga. Hazlehurst, Ga. Ponte Vedra, Fla. Dalton, Ga. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Daphne, Ala. Tucson, Ariz. Florence, Ala. 0$!*/, Ala.

2008 Spencer Cole Hunter Hamrick Mark Harrell Thomas Hugghins Matt Hughes Ben Moody Hunter Slatton Matthew Swan Joseph Sykora Michael Thompson Gator Todd $%((%,ƫ!2!.ƫ 0!3.0ƫ$%00ƫ

6-11 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-5 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-0 ćġāƫ Ćġāāƫ

155 145 198 185 165 165 210 170 150 165 166 āĈĀƫ āĊĀƫ

Fr. Fr. Sr. Soph. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. .ċƫ .ċƫ

HS HS 3L 1L 2L SQ HS 2L 3L 1L 3L ƫ ă ƫ

Bradenton, Fla. Montgomery, Ala. Hazlehurst, Ga. Ponte Vedra, Fla. Dalton, Ga. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Daphne, Ala. Tucson, Ariz. Florence, Ala. 1/(++/, Ala. 0$!*/, Ala.

2009 Bud Cauley Spencer Cole Hunter Hamrick Thomas Hugghins Matt Hughes Lee Knox Hunter Slatton Scott Strohmeyer Matthew Swan $%((%,ƫ!2!.ƫ

5-6 5-11 5-9 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-5 6-3 6-0 ćġāƫ

140 160 145 185 165 160 210 175 170 āĈĀƫ

Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. +ċƫ

HS RS RS 2L 3L HS RS HS 3L ƫ

Jacksonville, Fla. Greer, S.C. Montgomery, Ala. Ponte Vedra, Fla. Dalton, Ga. Augusta, Ga. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Auburn, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. 1/(++/Čƫ(ċƫ

2010 Bud Cauley Spencer Cole Hunter Hamrick Thomas Hugghins Lee Knox Hunter Slatton Scott Strohmeyer $%((%,ƫ!2!.ƫ

5-6 5-11 5-9 6-1 5-11 6-5 6-3 ćġāƫ

150 160 155 185 165 210 180 āĈĀƫ

Soph. Soph. Soph. Sr. Fr. Soph. Fr.

.ċƫ

1L 1L 1L 3L RS 1L RS ā ƫ

Jacksonville, Fla. Greer, S.C. Montgomery, Ala. Ponte Vedra, Fla. Augusta, Ga. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Auburn, Ala. 1/(++/Čƫ(ċƫ

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

SNAPSHOTS Mark Harrell was a four-year letterman for the Crimson Tide and was a second-team All-SEC honoree in 2008.

A Agren, Markus Alexander, Tom Allbright, Tommy Almon, Robert Alverio, Max Amershadian, Jeff Anderson, Todd Arnoult, Tim Aucoin, Berney Aumock, Steve

C 1999 1962 1978 1979 2004-06 1992-93 1981-84 1998 1985-87 1988-89

1L

Helsonborg, Sweden

SQ Holly Pond SQ Tuscaloosa, Ala., Ala. 1L Humacao, Puerto Rico SQ Manalapan, N.J. SQ Rockford, Md. 1L Dallas, Texas SQ Houma, La. SQ Rochester Hills, Mich.

B Babyak, John Balanis, Nicholas Ball, Dick, Jr. Bannister, Chris Bastien, Paul Beers, Bert Bellamy, Kyle Belton, John !.#(1* Čƫ%$ƫ Blackmon, Fred Blanton, Don Bohn, Jason Brabner, Steve Branche, Jim Braswell, Bradley Brennan, Tommy Brown, Billy Brovold, Lars Buchanan, Pat Buffington, Gary Burch, Andy, Sr. Burch, Andy Burns, Tommy Butler, Mac 76

1975 1999-2001 1958-60 1953 1988-89 1989 1987-88 1970-73 āĊĉĆġĉĊƫƫ 1961 1967-68 1992 1975 1980-82 1983 1982-83 1973-74 2001-04 1961 1983 1955-56 1976 1973 2001-03

SQ 3L 3L 2L SQ SQ 4L Ă ƫ 2L SQ SQ SQ SQ 2L 2L 4L SQ 2L SQ 3L

Youngstown, Ohio Valdosta, Ga. Montgomery, Ala. Anniston, Ala. Dennis, Mass. Selma, Ala. High Point, N.C. Gastonia, N.C. 5+)%*#Čƫ %$ċ Anniston, Ala. Selma, Ala. Mifflinburg, Pa. Mobile, Ala. Orlando, Fla. Union Springs, Ala. New Orleans, La. Birmingham, Ala. Fredrikstad, Norway Tuscaloosa, Ala. Pensacola, Fla. Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Selma, Ala. St. Simons, Ga.

Calhoun, Scott Cameron, Allan Canada, Kevin Carl, Bobby Carter, Buddy Cauley, Bud Chambers, Bruce Clark, Matt Cole, Spencer Cooper, Claud Copeland, Kyle Cox, Ray Coxe, Barry Craw, Mike Creel, Daniel Curtis, Fred

1985 1977-78 1977-79 1984-86 1959 2009-pres. 2000-01 1996-97 2009-10 1981 1990 1970-73 1956 1981 2003 1982-83

SQ SQ 3L 2L 2L 1L 1L 2L SQ SQ

SQ 1L SQ

Columbus, Ga. Mobile, Ala. Chester, Va. Oak Brook, Ill. Montgomery, Ala. Jacksonville, Fla. Boksburg, South Africa Prattville, Ala. Greer, S.C. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Orlando, Fla. Pell City, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Tasmania, Australia Florence, Ala. Ventnor, N.J.

D Darby, Clinfton Davis, Lee 2%/Čƫ5*!ƫ Deason, Chip DeFuniak, Albert DeNike, Kevin Diamond, Ross, III Dirico, Tony DuBois, Joe

1957 1998-01 āĊćąġćĉƫ 1994-97 1960-62 1979-82 1965-66 1985-89 1968

4L ƫ 4L 3L 2L 2L 1L

Birmingham, Ala. Thomasville, Ala. +*0#+)!.5Čƫ(ċ Centreville, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Bettendorf, Iowa Mobile, Ala. Milton, Mass. Enterprise, Ala.

E Eller, Drew Ellis, Brian Evans, Frank Eyster, Billy

1998-2001 1990-91 1951 1974

SQ SQ SQ

Old Hickory, Tenn. Selma, Ala. Dothan, Ala. Decatur, Ala.

ALABAMA


ALL-TIME LETTERMEN F

I

Farlow, Sam Ferris, Bill Fischer, Phil Fite, Freeman Fitts, M.C. Flowers, James Flowers, Quin Franks, John Franks, Landon Frederick, Mark Freeman, Joe Friday, Brooks Fulkerson, John Fulkerson, Vance

1967-70 1961-62 1961 1998-2001 1954 1953 1959-61 1993-95 1998 1970-72 1970-72 1998 1997-98 1964-66

4L 2L

1980-83 1978-79 āĊĆąƫ 1952 1956, 1958 1957 1983 1964 1961-64 1981-84 1992 1976-78 1981

4L 1L ƫ

3L

3L 3L RS 2L 3L 1L SQ 3L

Birmingham, Ala. Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery, Ala. Anniston, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Dothan, Ala. Hamilton, Ala. Hamilton, Ala. Parma, Ohio Covington, La. Sylacauga, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham, Ala.

G Garner, Tom Geiger, Hollis, Jr. %,/+*Čƫ%((%)ƫ Goldstein, Donald Goodwin, Ben “Vick” Gottlieb, Irving Gray, John Green, Maurice Greene, Hamp Griffin, Talbert Gump, Ryan Gurnow, Mark Gustafsson, Lars

2L SQ 3L 3L RS SQ SQ

Pompano Beach, Fla. Birmingham, Ala. (!.02%((!Čƫ(ċ Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Jasper, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Mobile, Ala. St. Augustine, Fla. Zachary, La.

H Haggstrom, Jerry Hagler, Thomas Hamilton, Bill Hamner, Hal Hamrick, Bill Hamrick, Hunter Hancock, Bunky Hardin, Patrick Harper, Lee Harrell, Mark Harris, Leask, Jr. Harwell, Barry Hatch, Terry Hayden, Donald Head, Jimbo Hepler, Jay Hill, Bobby Holcombe, David Hollifield, Tony Holt, Sonny Hooper, Conwell Hope, Jimbo +.0+*Čƫ+#!.ƫ Hough, Tom Howell, Chip Hudson, Steve Hudson, Tab Hugghins, Thomas Hughes, Matt Hull, Bob Hydinger, Elridge Hynson, Austin

GOLF

1968 2005-07 1958, 1960-61 1968 1975 2009-pres. 1973-74 2004 1967-71 2005-08 1959 1976-79 1988 1957 1975 1990-91 1952-53 1964-66 1972-75 1955-57 1980-82 1990 āĊĆĂƫ 1974-75 1974-76 1977-81 1973-76 2009-10 2005-09 1960 1956-57 2000-04

2L 3L SQ 2L SQ SQ 4L 4L 4L SQ SQ SQ 2L 3L 4L 3L 1L SQ ƫ SQ SQ 4L 4L 2L 4L 2L 4L

Kankakee, Ill. Ringgold, Ga. Anniston, Ala. Fosters, Ala. Brundidge, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Greenville, Ala. Bethlehem, Pa. Birmingham, Ala. Hazlehurst, Ga. Selma, Ala. Carrollton, Ga. Lancaster, Pa. East Rochester, N.Y. Birmingham, Ala. Edwardsville, Ill. Rochester, N.Y. Enterprise, Ala. Gastonia, N.C. Selma, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. +.!/0!.Čƫ //ċ Anniston, Ala. Anniston, Ala. Jasper, Ala. Jasper, Ala. Ponte Vedra, Fla. Dalton, Ga. Montgomery, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Mobile, Ala.

Ingram, Cecil, Jr. Ireland, Robert

1978-81 1995-99

4L 3L

Birmingham, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala.

āĊĈąġĈćƫƫ 1984-86 1952-53 1967-68 1975 1982-85

ƫ 2L 2L 2L SQ 4L

+.!/0!.Čƫ //ċ Trussville, Ala. Dothan, Ala. Valley Head, Ala. Camden, Ark. Pinehurst, N.C.

1974-77 1977-79 1980-82 1985-87 1980 ĂĀĀĀġĀāƫ 1991-93 1971-72 1989-92 1960 1983-84 2010-pres.

4L Auburn, Mass. 3L Leawood, Kan. 3L Pompano Beach, Fla. SQ Grand Prairie, Texas SQ Cleveland, Ohio ā ƫ !((ƫ%05Čƫ(ċ 2L Sylvester, Ga. 2L Lakeland, Fla. 4L North Berwick, Scotland Montgomery, Ala. SQ DeKalb, Ill. 1L Augusta, Ga.

1961, 1964-65 1980 1999-02 1988-90 1986 1991-95 2000-03 1968, 1971 1957 1980-83 1987

3L SQ 4L 3L SQ 4L 4L 2L

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ALABAMA


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1965 March 18-19 April 15-16 April 29-30 May 1

1975 Buckhaults Intercollegiate LSU Invitational Southern Intercollegiate SEC Championships

2nd - 879 2nd - 594 t9th - 596 t3rd - 596

Buckhaults Intercollegiate SEC Championships

4th - 889 5th - 893

Southern Mississippi Tournament LSU Invitational SEC Championships

2nd -598 t5th - 886 t5th - 916

1 Southern Mississippi Tournament Buckhaults Intercollegiate Florida Intercollegiate LSU Invitational Tournament SEC Championship

4th - 634

1966 March 17-18 May 12-14

1967 March 2-3 March 23-24 May 11-13

1968 Feb.29-March March 14-15 March 21-23 April 11-12 April 16-18

6th - 589 3rd - 572

Southern Mississippi Tournament Buckhaults Intercollegiate LSU Invitational Tournament SEC Championships

7th - 1,125

Florida State Tournament Southern Mississippi Tournament Buckhaults Intercollegiate Miami Tournament Tennessee Tournament Mid-South Classic SEC Championships

3rd - 306 4th - 1,138 1st - 877 8th - 1,229 4th - 1,170 3rd - 603 7th - 1,153

1970 March 2 March 5-6 March 12-13 May 25-28 April 3-4 April 10-11 May 14-16

1971 Jan. 6 Feb. 25-26 March 4-6 March 12-13 .$ƫƫĂĆġĂĈƫ April 2-9 April 14-17 May 13-15

Senior Bowl Tournament Tulane Invitational Seminole Golf Classic Corbett Golf Classic !/0ƫ(+.% ƫ *0!.+((!#%0!ƫ St. Andrews Tournament All-American Intercollegiate SEC Championships

1st 1st 3rd 5th ă. ƫ 3rd

Sept.30-Oct. 3 Dixie Classic Oct. 9-10 Tupelo Invitational Nov. 21 Maxwell Air Force Base Tournament Jan. 6-7 Senior Bowl Tournament Feb 9-11 Tulane Invitational March 2-5 Florida State Invitational .$ƫƫĂĂġĂąƫ !/0ƫ(+.% ƫ *2%00%+*(ƫ March31-April 7 St.Andrews Tournament April 12-15 All-American Tournament April 20-23 Chris Schenkel Invitational May 12-14 SEC Championships

6th 1st 1st 3rd 3rd 10th ā/0ƫ 1st 10th 15th - 913 4th - 1,148

1973 Florida State Tournament Alabama Intercollegiate Tournament !/0ƫ(+.% ƫ *2%00%+*(ƫ St. Andrews All-College Invitational All-American Invitational Chris Schenkel Invitational SEC Championships NCAA Championship

t4th 1st ā/0ƫ 2nd - 1,654 6th 7th - 895 2nd - 1,112 t17th - 588

Florida State Invitational Alabama Intercollegiate Southeastern Invitational St. Andrews All-College Invitational Southern Jr.-Sr. Intercollegiate All-American Invitational Chris Schenkel Invitational SEC Championships NCAA Championships

t5th 1st - 883 2nd - 892 1st 2nd 4th 3rd 4th - 1,133 14th - 1,205

1974 Feb.27-Mar. 2 March 13-16 March 24-27 Mar. 29-Apr. 5 April 10-11 April 17-20 April 24-27 May 15-18 June 19-22

12th - 1,198 7th - 1,200 t3rd - 1,125 t3rd - 1,190

Pan American International Intercollegiate Florida State Invitational Alabama Intercollegiate Southeastern Invitational Furman Invitational All-American Invitational Chris Schenkel Invitational SEC Championships

9th 12th - 1,210 6th - 868 2nd - 1,100

1976 Feb. 12-15 Feb. 26-29 March 11-13 March 17-20 March 25-27 April 15-18 April 29-May 1 May 13-15

GOLF

Feb. 17-19 March 4-6 March 15-17 March 24-26 April 2-8 April 13-16 April 21-23 May 12-14

Coastal Carolina Classic Seminole Classic Alabama Intercollegiate Furman Invitational St. Andrews Intercollegiate All-America Intercollegiate Chris Schenkel Invitational SEC Championships

2nd Rain Out 3rd 9th 1st t12th - 1,210 t 7th t2nd - 1,081

1977-78 Oct. 19-21 Oct. 27-29 Feb. 9-12 Feb. 23-26 March 14-17 March 23-25 April 20-23 April 26-29 May 10-13

River City Invitational LSU Invitational Florida Southern Invitational Gator Invitational Florida State Invitational Alabama Intercollegiate Furman Invitational Chris Schenkel Tournament Southern Intercollegiate SEC Championships

16th 7th 13th 5th 2nd 4th 9th - 894 Missed Cut 6th - 1,195

1978-79 Oct. 3-6

1972

March 1-4 March 16-18 .$ƫƫĂāġĂăƫ April 1-7 April 12-14 April 20-22 May 18-20 June 10-15

Pan American International Intercollegiate Florida State Invitational Alabama Intercollegiate Southeastern Invitational St. Andrews All-College Invitational Southern Junior-Senior All-American Invitational Chris Schenkel Invitational SEC Championships NCAA Championships

1977

1969 March 6-7 March 13-14 April 3-4 May 1-3

Feb. 12-15 Feb. 27-March 2 March 14-16 March 17-20 Mar. 29-Apr. 5 April 10-11 April 17-20 April 24-27 May 15-18 June 19-22

Jim Corbett Invitational Buckeye Invitational Oct. 27-29 Florida Southern Invitational Dixie Intercollegiate Feb. 14-18 Gator Invitational Feb. 28-Mar. 4 Seminole Invitational March 13-16 Alabama Intercollegiate March 20-24 Furman Invitational Mar. 30-Apr. 1 Southern Jr.-Sr. Intercollegiate April 24-28 Southern Intercollegiate May 10-12 SEC Championships

11th - 875 2nd 13th 4th t7th - 877 t6th - 893 2nd - 912 8th - 599 4th - 887 Missed Cut - 620 1st - 876

1979-80 PLAYER Cecil Ingram John Poole Lee Rinker David Lane Jim Kilduff Steve Hudson Tom Garner Harry Zaruba Johnny Miller Steve Lowery .1!ƫ!.*!.ƫ .'ƫ%'(%*!ƫ Kelly Miller Bob Vespa

TOURNAMENTS 11 9 9 3 3 5 6 2 1 8 āƫ āƫ 1 1

ROUNDS 30 24 26 6 9 15 15 6 3 24 ăƫ āƫ 3 3

STROKES 2211 1807 1958 455 683 1142 1144 458 229 1836 Ăăāƫ ĈĈƫ 233 245

AVG. 73.70 75.29 75.31 75.83 75.89 76.13 76.27 76.33 76.33 76.50 ĈĈċĀĀ ĈĈċĀĀ 77.67 81.67

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YEAR-BY-YEAR Y EAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS RESULTS

SNAPSHOTS Alabama won its first SEC Championships in 29 years with a victory in 2008.

1979-80 (continued)

1981-82

Sept. 27-29 Buckeye Classic Oct. 9-12 Jim Corbett Tournament Nov. 16-18 Dixie Intercollegiate Feb. 23-25 Gator Invitational Feb.29-March 2 Seminole Invitational March 15-17 Iron Duke Classic March 20-22 Furman Invitational March 28-30 Southern Jr.-Sr. Intercollegiate April 4-7 Southeastern Intercollegiate April 16-18 Alabama Intercollegiate May 1-3 Southern Intercollegiate May 15-17 SEC Championships

t9th - 913 t8th - 883 t14th - 914 17th - 887 t14th - 299 9th - 1,125 8th - 897 t7th - 581 6th - 906 3rd - 883 14th - 898 5th - 899

1980-81 PLAYER Steve Lowery Lee Rinker Cecil Ingram Tom Garner John Keller Kevin DeNike Steve Hudson .'ƫ%'(%*!ƫ Conwell Hooper Feb. 13-15 March 6-8 March 19-21 March 27-29 April 3-5 April 15-17 April 24-26 May 14-16

TOURNAMENTS 8 7 7 7 2 4 5 āƫ 1 Gator Invitational LSU Invitational Furman Invitational Junior-Senior Invitational Southeastern Intercollegiate Alabama Intercollegiate Chris Schenkel Invitational SEC Championships

ROUNDS 24 21 21 21 6 12 15 ăƫ 3

STROKES 1732 1526 1557 1568 448 900 1129 ĂăĀƫ 231

AVG. 72.17 72.67 74.14 74.67 74.67 75.00 75.27 ĈćċćĈ 77.00 5th - 864 3rd - 903 3rd - 869 5th - 884 1st - 867 1st - 824 14th - 899 5th - 889

PLAYER Steve Lowery John Keller Tom Garner Tom Brennan Kevin DeNike Talbert Griffin Griff Rudolph Conwell Hooper Gary Laurin Fred Curtis Don Scott Feb. 12-14 Feb. 26-28 March 5-7 March 18-20 March 26-28 April 2-4 April 16-18 April 23-25 May 15-16

TOURNAMENTS 8 8 8 4 4 6 3 1 1 2 1

ROUNDS 23 23 23 12 12 16 8 2 2 2 2

STROKES 1648 1707 1726 906 907 1233 637 162 163 170 170

Gator Invitational Seminole Classic New Orleans Classic Furman Invitational Junior-Senior Invitational Southern Intercollegiate Mississippi Invitational Chris Schenkel Invitational SEC Championships

AVG. 71.65 74.22 75.04 75.50 75.58 77.06 79.63 81.00 81.50 85.00 85.00 2nd - 845 9th - 886 14th - 636 7th - 883 8th - 607 9th - 919 1st - 870 t9th - 895 t3rd - 884

1982-83 PLAYER TOURNAMENTS ROUNDS Lee Rinker 10 ^28.5 Steve Lowery 10 ^28.5 Griff Rudolph 7 ^19.5 Tom Garner 9 ^25.5 Talbert Griffin 7 ^19.5 Tom Brennan 5 15 Joe Joyner 2 6 ^Blue Grass Invitational cancelled after 27 holes

STROKES 2093 2099 1447 1926 1475 1147 478

AVG. 73.44 73.65 74.21 75.53 75.64 76.47 79.67

Feb. 18-20 Gator Invitational 8th - 872 Feb. 25-27 Seminole Classic 8th - 910 March 3-5 New Orleans Classic 2nd - 909 March 16-18 Pan Handle Invitational 1st - 873 April 1-3 Southern Intercollegiate 2nd - 887 April 15-17 Mississippi State Invitational 2nd - 866 April 22-24 Chris Schenkel Invitational 11th - 886 ^April 29-May 1 Blue Grass Invitational *May 13-15 SEC Championships t1st - 875 June 8-11 NCAA Tournament 17th - 1,138 ^Blue Grass Invitational cancelled after 27 holes -- *Lost to Georgia in one-hole playoff

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1983-84

1986-87

PLAYER Griff Rudolph Darrell Jones Bill Van Orman Joe Joyner Craig Rudolph Talbert Griffin .'ƫ++ ƫ Steve Strickland Alan Pope Luis Pavon Don Scott Bobby Carl Todd Anderson Jett Rich Greg Spohr Steve Kittleson Feb. 17-19 Feb. 24-26 Feb. 29-Mar. 3 March 13-15 Mar. 29-April 1 April 6-8 April 13-15 April 26-29 May 11-13

TOURNAMENTS 10 6 6 6 2 5 Ăƫ 5 1 4 1 5 3 2 2 2

ROUNDS 30 18 18 17 6 15 ćƫ 15 3 12 3 15 9 6 6 6

STROKES 2178 1348 1353 1294 457 1130 ąĆĈƫ 1158 233 946 236 1185 699 476 477 480

Gator Invitational Seminole Invitational LSU-NO Invitational Troy State Invitational Southeastern Invitational Mississippi State Invitational Alabama Intercollegiate Chris Schenkel Invitational SEC Championships

AVG. 72.60 74.89 75.17 76.12 76.17 75.33 ĈćċāĈ 77.20 77.67 78.83 78.67 79.00 77.67 79.33 79.50 80.00 9th - 867 6th - 890 4th - 904 2nd - 884 9th - 900 12th - 928 4th - 915 14th - 889 9th - 943

1984-85 PLAYER Griff Rudolph Luis Pavon Bobby Carl Tony Dirico David McKenzie Greg Spohr Kevin Strohman Joe Joyner Alan Pope Bill Van Orman Darrell Jones .1!ƫ%((!00ƫ Jim Kelson Scott Calhoun Rich Berelund Sept. 20-22 Oct. 3-6 Oct. 19-21 Nov. 2-4 Feb. 15-17 Feb. 22-24 March 15-17 March 22-24 March 29-31 April 12-14 April 26-28 May 10-12

TOURNAMENTS 9 7 9 1 7 2 4 8 3 5 7 āƫ 2 1 1

ROUNDS 27 21 27 3 21 6 12 24 9 15 21 ăƫ 6 3 3

STROKES 1,968 1,570 2,023 225 1,579 454 915 1,805 690 1,163 1,629 Ăăăƫ 475 241 244

Southern Miss. Invitational LSU Invitational Memphis State Invitational Dixie Intercollegiate Gator Invitational Seminole Classic Panhandle Intercollegiate Alabama Invitational Southeastern Invitational Alabama Intercollegiate Chris Schenkel Invitational SEC Championships

AVG. 72.89 74.76 74.93 75.00 75.19 75.67 76.25 75.21 76.67 77.53 77.57 ĈĈċćĈ 79.17 80.33 81.33 4th - 902 7th - 891 t9th - 922 12th - 915 7th - 866 19th - 899 3rd - 901 9th - 945 13th - 902 2nd - 853 15th - 886 4th - 886

1985-86 PLAYER Darrell Jones Kevin Strohman Luis Pavon Alan Pope Jim Kelson Sean Pacetti Bill Van Orman Berney Aucoin Bobby Carl Tracy Lentz Rich Berglund Feb. 14-16 Feb. 21-23 March 23-24 March 30-31 April 13-14 April 19-21 May 16-18

TOURNAMENTS 7 5 6 4 2 5 4 1 1 1 1 Gator Invitational Seminole Classic Louisiana Golf Classic Southeastern Invitational Alabama Intercollegiate Jerry Pate Invitational SEC Championships

GOLF

ROUNDS 21 15 18 12 6 15 12 3 3 3 3

STROKES 1560 1122 1361 911 458 1148 922 241 242 244 245

AVG. 74.29 74.80 75.61 75.92 76.33 76.53 76.83 80.33 80.66 81.33 81.66

PLAYER Sean Pacetti Spike McRoy Alan Pope Luis Pavon Tony DiRico .1!ƫ%((!00!ƫ Rich Berglund John Pochis Jim Kelson Oct. 13-14 Oct. 25-26 Oct. 31-Nov. 2 Feb. 6-8 Feb. 13-15 Feb. 20-21 March 16 March 27-29 April 10-12 April 17-19 April 28-30 May 15-17

TOURNAMENTS 11 11 11 12 4 ćƫ 3 2 1

ROUNDS 29 28 28 31 11 āćƫ 8 6 3

STROKES 2159 2101 2104 2350 947 āĂąāƫ 627 477 244

Hillman Robbins Intercollegiate Dixie Intercollegiate Alabama Intercollegiate National Collegiate Gator Invitational Seminole Invitational Louisiana Golf Classic Southeastern Invitational Jerry Pate Invitational Jackson Classic Chris Schenkel Invitational SEC Championships

AVG. 74.45 75.04 75.13 75.81 77.00 ĈĈċĆć 78.38 79.00 81.33 8th - 909 5th - 887 2nd - 899 4th - 905 15th - 881 12th - 598 12th - 795 8th - 901 7th - 912 10th - 906 9th - 972 3rd - 877

1987-88 PLAYER Spike McRoy Tracy Lentz Paul Bastien .5ƫ%#%*#0+*ƫ Danny Spybey Sean Pacetti Todd Lee .1!ƫ%((!00!ƫ Henry Diana Tony DiRico Feb. 5-7 Feb. 19-21 March 15-16 March 25-27 April 7-8 April 15-17 April 22-24 April 29-May 1 May 13-15

TOURNAMENTS 8 7 5 ăƫ 3 5 6 āƫ 1 1

ROUNDS 23 20 15 Ċƫ 9 14 17 Ăƫ 3 3

STROKES 1746 1524 1151 ćĊĉƫ 700 1092 1361 āćąƫ 248 270

National Collegiate Seminole Classic Cajun Classic Southeastern Invitational Music City Invitational Jerry Pate Invitational Chris Schenkel Invitational Billy Hitchcock Invitational SEC Championships

AVG. 75.91 76.20 76.73 ĈĈċĆć 77.78 78.00 80.06 ĉĂċĀĀ 82.67 90.00 18th - 963 13th - 896 10th - 1,196 13th - 625 2nd - 885 14th - 928 16th - 893 9th - 896 9th - 911

1988-89 PLAYER Spike McRoy Sean Pacetti Danny Spybey Henry Diana David Kirkpatrick Tracy Lentz .5ƫ%#%*#0+*ƫ John Pochis Paul Bastien Oct. 22-23 Oct. 28-30 Feb. 10-12 Feb. 27-28 March 13-14 March 24-26 April 7-8 April 13-15 April 21-23 April 28-30 May 12-14

TOURNAMENTS 12 11 10 6 9 6 Ćƫ 1 2

Dixie Intercollegiate Alabama Intercollegiate Gator Invitational Seminole Invitational Louisiana Classic Southeastern Invitational Music City Invitational Jerry Pate Invitational Chris Schenkel Invitational Billy Hitchcock Invitational SEC Championships

ROUNDS 34 31 28 18 25 18 āăƫ 3 5

STROKES 2533 2324 2120 1363 1899 1371 ĊĊąƫ 232 412

AVG. 74.50 74.97 75.71 75.72 75.96 76.17 Ĉćċąć 77.33 82.40 2nd - 888 2nd - 873 8th - 873 6th - 931 9th - 917 2nd - 863 2nd - 885 8th - 910 15th - 901 6th - 867 t6th - 918

13th - 885 9th - 892 8th - 1,161 14th - 920 2nd - 858 4th - 918 6th - 905

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

SNAPSHOTS Joesph Sykora was an All-Region selection in 2008 and finished with a 73.94 scoring average.

1989-90 PLAYER Spike McRoy Tracy Lentz Dicky Pride David Kirkpatrick Dan Spybey Jeff Street Henry Diana

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TOURNAMENTS 11 11 7 10 9 4 3 Ăƫ

ROUNDS 33 33 21 30 27 12 9 ćƫ

STROKES 2442 2449 1575 2259 2070 921 707 ąĈĊƫ

Tournament of Champions Carpet City Classic Alabama Intercollegiate Southern Intercollegiate Barnett Bank Invitational Louisiana Classic SE Intercollegiate Invitational Jerry Pate Invitational Bank South Eagle Invitational Billy Hitchcock Invitational SEC Championships

AVG. 74.00 74.21 75.00 75.30 76.67 76.75 78.56 ĈĊċĉă 10th - 924 12th - 1,167 3rd - 878 t9th - 884 t8th - 868 5th - 903 8th - 869 6th - 919 13th - 884 9th - 884 3rd - 872

1990-91 PLAYER David Kirkpatrick Dicky Pride Henry Diana Jeff Street Dan Spybey Chris King

/+*ƫ%($%0!ƫ Marten Olander Chris Reeves Jay Hepler Sept. 21-23 Oct. 19-21 Nov. 2-4 Feb. 8-10 Feb. 22-24 March 8-10 April 19-21

82

TOURNAMENTS 10 11 11 10 10 3 ăƫ 4 2 1

ROUNDS 30 33 33 30 30 9 Ċƫ 12 6 3

Carpet Capital Classic Dixie Intercollegiate Invitational Alabama Intercollegiate Gator Invitational Taylor Made/Doral Park Invitational Jerry Pate Invitational Bank South Invitational

STROKES 2182 2479 2479 2254 2259 678 ćĈĊƫ 923 465 242

AVG. 72.73 75.12 75.12 75.13 75.30 75.33 ĈĆċąą 76.92 77.50 80.67

April 26-28 May 12-14 May 23-25

Billy Hitchcock Invitational SEC Championships NCAA East Regional

4th - 858 6th - 882 12th - 890

1991-92 PLAYER David Kirkpatrick Jeff Street Dicky Pride Marten Olander Greg Letson

/+*ƫ%($%0!ƫ Scott Taylor Freddy Skantze John Franks

TOURNAMENTS 13 12 13 13 6 Ćƫ 2 1 1

ROUNDS 40 37 40 40 19 āĆƫ 6 3 3

Sept. 20-22 Carpet Capital Classic Oct. 6-7 MacGregor Tournament of Champions Oct. 21-22 Dixie Intercollegiate Invitational Oct. 28-29 Alabama Intercollegiate Feb. 8-9 Barnett Bank Invitational Feb. 28-March 1 Miami National College Invitational March 20-21 Southeastern Invitational April 4-5 Augusta College Invitational April 17-19 Kemira Intercollegiate Invitational April 24-26 Billy Hitchcock Invitational May 11-13 SEC Championships May 21-23 NCAA East Regional June 3-6 NCAA Championships

STROKES 2868 2724 2948 2954 1407 āāĂĈƫ 460 239 239

AVG. 71.70 73.62 73.70 73.85 74.05 ĈĆċāă 76.67 79.67 79.67

9th - 307-290-307/904 7th - 293-293-304/890 3rd - 286-287-290/863 2nd - 282-281-287/850 4th - 286-291-287/864 7th - 288-298-297/883 1st - 291-289-291/871 7th - 299-305-302/906 4th - 287-289-287/863 2nd - 287-282/852 t4th - 290-297-294/881 2nd - 295-289-292/876 11th - 294-283-293-293/1,163

16th - 915 6th - 889 3rd - 901 t4th - 864 t7th - 889 t3rd - 928 9th - 880

ALABAMA


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1992-93

1995-96

PLAYER Marten Olander Patrick Vadden Greg Letson Jeff Street Scott Taylor Mayson Petty

/+*ĆŤ%($%0!ĆŤ Jeff Amershadian Hank Smith Chris King Sept. 8-10 Oct. 2-3 Oct. 19-20 Oct. 26-27 +2Ä‹ĆŤÄ ÄƒÄĄÄ Ä†ĆŤ March 12-14 March 26-27 April 3-4 April 13-14 April 23-25 May 9-11 May 19-21 June 2-3

TOURNAMENTS 12 12 5 12 10 6 Ä ĆŤ 1 1 1

ROUNDS 34 34 14 34 28 17 ÄƒĆŤ 3 3 3

USA/Japan Friendship Tournament Ping/Golfweek Preview Dixie Intercollegiate Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate +("ĆŤ+.( ÄĄ()!00+ĆŤ1*!/ĆŤ+((!#%0!ĆŤ Golf Digest Collegiate Southeastern Invitational Carpet Capital Classic Invitational Bent Brook Blazer Invitational Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate SEC Championships NCAA East Regional NCAA Championships

STROKES 2490 2538 1051 2560 2111 1284 Ä‚ÄƒÄ€ĆŤ 238 242 247

AVG. 73.24 74.65 75.07 75.29 75.39 75.53 ĈćċćĈ 79.33 80.67 82.33

3rd - 284-294-296/874 15th - 309-309-308/926 1st - 296-289-285/870 t10th - 307-308-296/911 Ä Ä 0$ĆŤÄĄĆŤÄ‚ÄŠÄ€ÄĄÄ‚ÄŠÄ‡ÄĄÄ‚ÄŠÄ‚ÄĽÄ‰ÄˆÄ‰ 9th - 304-309/613 5th - 284-296-295/875 t10th - 297-304/601 1st - 290-288-284/862 7th - 294-291-298/883 t6th - 303-296/890 7th - 286-297-290/873 29th - 311-309/620

1993-94 PLAYER Marten Olander Greg Letson Hank Smith Mayson Petty Chip Deason Scott Taylor Dan Mutert John Franks Oct. 3-4 Oct. 18-19 Oct. 25-26 +2Ä‹ĆŤÄ Ä‚ÄĄÄ Ä…ĆŤ Feb. 19-20 March 11-13 March 25-27 April 1-3 April 22-24 May 13-15 May 19-21

TOURNAMENTS 12 7 10 9 7 10 1 1

ROUNDS 35 20 29 27 21 29 2 3

UT Tournament of Champions Dixie Intercollegiate Jerry Pate National +("ĆŤ+.( ĆŤ *0!.+((!#%0!ĆŤ Barnett Bank Gator Invitational Golf Digest Invitational Southeastern Invitational Carpet Capital Classic Billy Hitchcock Invitational SEC Championships NCAA East Regional

STROKES 2579 1478 2179 2047 1601 2223 148 239

AVG. 73.69 73.90 75.14 75.81 76.24 76.66 74.00 79.67

1st - 297-282-293/872 t6th - 291-291/582 7th - 290-302-289/881 Ä Ä‚0$ĆŤÄĄĆŤÄ‚ÄŠÄ‚ÄĄÄ‚ÄŠÄ€ÄĄÄ‚ÄŠÄƒÄĽÄ‰ÄˆÄ† 3rd - 288-287-283/858 15th - 304-315-310/929 4th - 294-296-295/885 4th - 297-289-307/893 9th - 298-294-298/890 6th - 289-305-293/887 15th - 309-314-300/923

1994-95 PLAYER Chip Deason Patrick Vadden .%*ĆŤ.%#$0ĆŤ Mayson Petty Greg Letson John Franks John Patton Dan Mutert

TOURNAMENTS 10 10 ĉƍ 10 8 1 2 1

ROUNDS 30 30 Ä‚Ä…ĆŤ 30 24 3 6 3

*Sept. 20-22 Jack Nicklaus Collegiate Oct. 2-3 Tennessee Tournament of Champions Oct. 10-11 Taylor Made Red River Classic Oct. 24-25 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Oct.30-Nov. 1 Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate Feb. 17-19 Gator Invitational Feb. 24-26 Mercedes-Benz Collegiate March 24-26 Southeastern Intercollegiate March31-April 2 Carpet Capital Classic April 21-23 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate May 12-14 SEC Championships *Match play format

GOLF

STROKES 2203 2225 Ä Ä‰Ä€ÄŠĆŤ 2289 1861 234 490 250

AVG. 73.43 74.17 ĈĆċăĉ 76.30 77.54 78.00 81.67 83.33

4th 11th - 291-291-298/880 12th - 297-301-304/902 12th - 293-305-309/907 7th - 292-296-310/898 13th - 290-292-295/877 11th - 302-314-296/912 15th - 299-297-295/891 14th - 303-315-313/931 10th - 292-292-299/883 4th - 290-286-289/865

Chip Deason Allan MacDonald Patrick Vadden .%*ĆŤ.%#$0ĆŤ John Stahlschmidt Dan Mutert Robert Ireland

12 12 12 Ä Ä ĆŤ 11 1 1

34 34 34 ÄƒÄ ĆŤ 31 3 3

Oct. 1-2 Tennessee Tournament of Champions Oct. 16-17 Red River Classic Oct. 22-24 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Oct. 30-31 Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate Feb. 10-11 Gator Intercollegiate *March 1-3 Matlock Collegiate Classic March 22-24 Blue-Gray Intercollegiate March 29-31 Carpet Capital Classic April 19-21 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate May 10-12 SEC Championships May 16-18 NCAA East Regional May 29-June 1 NCAA Championships *Rain, no 2nd round

2478 2527 2546 Ä‚ÄƒÄ…ÄƒĆŤ 2446 236 247

72.88 74.32 74.88 ĈĆċĆĉ 78.90 78.67 82.33

6th - 292-290-292/874 12th - 290-289-296/875 12th - 300-312-303/915 t9th - 298-314-300/912 7th - 285-278/860 t8th - 275-304/579 10th - 292-302-295/889 t10th - 295-302-302/899 2nd - 285-288-292/865 4th - 283-289-302/874 t9th - 321-292-297/910 28th - 305-322/607

1996-97 PLAYER Chip Deason Patrick Vadden Mayson Petty Lee Davis Allan MacDonald John Stahlschmidt .%*ĆŤ.%#$0ĆŤ Chip Zahn Sept. 21-22 Sept. 29-30 Oct. 21-22 Nov. 8-10 Feb. 8-9 Feb. 19-21 Feb. 28-Mar. 2 March 21-23 April 4-6 April 11-13 April 18-20 May 15-17

TOURNAMENTS 11 12 10 4 12 5 ćƍ 1

ROUNDS 33 36 30 12 36 15 Ä Ä‰ĆŤ 3

Keswick Club Cavalier Classic Tennessee Tournament of Champions Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate The Nelson Florida Gator Invitational John Burns Intercollegiate Matlock Intercollegiate Alabama Spring Invitational Carpet Capital Collegiate Billy Hitchcock Invitational SEC Championships NCAA East Regional

STROKES 2418 2660 2234 894 2696 1146 Ä ÄƒÄˆÄ‰ĆŤ 246

AVG. 73.27 73.89 74.47 74.50 74.89 76.40 ĈćċĆć 82.00

9th - 303-291-290/884 7th - 293-284/866 t10th - 299-302-305/896 1st - 298-289-287/974 11th - 293-279-298/870 6th - 285-291-296/872 3rd - 289-287-283/859 7th - 284-293-288/865 18th - 303-316-304/923 3rd - 294-291-291/876 6th - 316-298-291/905 17th - 306-311-294/911

1997-98 PLAYER Brooks Friday John Stahlschmidt !/ĆŤ*!ĆŤ Freeman Fite Eric Snyder Richard Matricaria Chip Zahn Lee Davis Tim Arnoult Robert Ireland

TOURNAMENTS 10 10 Ä…ĆŤ 7 3 1 6 4 1 4

ROUNDS 29 29 Ä Ä‚ĆŤ 20 9 3 17 12 3 11

Sept. 20-21 Keswick Club Cavalier Classic Sept. 29-30 Tennessee Tournament of Champions Oct. 20-21 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Nov. 7-9 The Nelson Feb. 7-8 The Gator Invitational Feb. 18-20 John Burns Intercollegiate March 6-8 Matlock Collegiate March 20-22 Univ. of Alabama Spring Invitational April 10-12 Billy Hitchcock Invitational *April 17-19 SEC Championships *Rain shortened the tournament, cancelling the third round

STROKES 2201 2205 ÄŠÄ ÄˆĆŤ 1532 690 231 1309 933 236 867

AVG. 75.90 76.03 ĈćċąĂ 76.60 76.67 77.00 77.00 77.75 78.67 78.81

13th - 290-314/906 15th - 311-314-304/929 10th - 298-302-308/908 13th - 296-304-307/907 14th - 295-299-324/918 19th - 309-287-297/893 17th - 302-299-307/908 14th - 303-298-305/906 t8th - 302-306-296/904 12th - 310-303/613

83


1998-99

2001-02

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

PLAYER Jan Are Larsen .%*ƫ.%#$0ƫ Chip Zaun Freeman Fite John Stahlschmidt Markus Agren

TOURNAMENTS 11 āĀƫ 10 10 5 6

ROUNDS 33 ăĀƫ 30 30 15 18

Sept. 14-15 Palmetto Classic Oct. 19-20 Jerry Pate National Oct. 29-Nov. 1 The Nelson Feb. 18-20 John Burns Intercollegiate Feb. 28-March 1 Queens Harbor Intercollegiate March 5-7 Matlock Intercollegiate March 19-21 UA Spring Invitational April 3-4 Augusta Invitational April 9-11 Billy Hitchcock Invitational April 16-18 SEC Championships

STROKES 2410 ĂĂăāƫ 2243 2259 1146 1384

AVG. 73.03 ĈąċăĈ 74.77 75.30 76.40 76.89

5th - 299-290-289/878 5th - 293-278-281/852 10th - 290-289-300/879 10th - 279-290-290/859 12th - 299-305-311/915 1st - 277-292-297/866 11th - 293-294-297/884 9th - 287-291-298/876 9th - 289-304-291/884 8th - 330-299-316/945

1999-2000 PLAYER Freeman Fite Jan Are Larsen Austin Hynson Nicholas Balanis !/(!5ƫ0!ƫ Oscar Lindvall Bruce Chambers $%0ƫ %(#.+!ƫ Lee Davis !/ƫ*!ƫ Sept. 27-28 Oct. 11-12 Oct. 17-18 Oct. 25-26 Feb. 12-13 Feb. 21-22 March 6-7 March 17-19 April 1-3 April 7-9 April 21-23 May 8-9

TOURNAMENTS 11 12 9 8 Ċƫ 2 4 āƫ 2 Ăƫ

ROUNDS 32 35 27 23 Ăćƫ 6 12 ăƫ 5 ćƫ

Ram Intercollegiate UT Tournament of Champions Jerry Pate National Gary Koch Gator Invitational Mercedes Intercollegiate Matlock Collegiate Alabama Spring Invitational Augusta State Invitational Billy Hitchcock Invitational SEC Championships Atlanta Intercollegiate

STROKES 2377 2605 2040 1751 ĂĀĀĀƫ 465 932 ĂăĆƫ 393 ąĈĆƫ

AVG. 74.28 74.43 75.56 76.13 ĈćċĊĂ 77.50 77.67 Ĉĉċăă 78.60 ĈĊċāĈ

t9th - 299-292/591 15th - 307-288-296/891 10th - 392-388-294/875 11th - 301-304-306/911 8th - 287-271-292/850 14th - 304-308-305/917 14th - 301-306-301/912 16th - 294-308-310/912 19th - 303-301-300/904 11th - 304-312-309/925 7th - 305-293-291/889 7th - 301-308-304/913

2000-01 PLAYER Nick Rousey Jan Are Larsen Lars Brovold !/(!5ƫ0!ƫ Mac Butler Lee Davis Oscar Lindvall Nic Balanis Bruce Chambers Sept. 11-12 Sept. 18-19 Oct. 2-3 Oct. 16-17 Oct. 27-29 Feb. 10-11 Feb. 19-20 March 5-6 March 23-25 Mar. 30-Apr. 1 April 20-22 May 10-11

84

TOURNAMENTS 12 12 10 āĂƫ 4 3 3 3 1

ROUNDS 36 36 30 ăćƫ 12 9 9 9 3

College of Charleston Invitational Minnesota Invitational Hillman Robbins Memorial Jerry Pate Intercollegiate Stanford Invitational Gator Invitational Mercedes Intercollegiate Matlock Intercollegiate Conrad Rehling Spring Invitational Augusta State Invitational SEC Championships Atlanta Intercollegiate

STROKES 2601 2653 2221 ĂĈĂĊƫ 911 682 690 697 243

AVG. 72.25 73.69 74.03 ĈĆċĉā 75.92 75.78 76.67 77.44 81.00

1st - 292-297-280/869 4th - 311-294-291/896 1st - 289-293-291/873 t9th - 293-286-297/876 t3rd - 288-294-287/869 12th - 286-285-284/855 t10th - 292-299-291/882 2nd - 300-302-314/916 2nd - 294-305-295/894 14th - 308-298-294/900 4th - 286-289/869 4th - 295-297-289/881

PLAYER Clint Provost Nick Rousey Mac Butler Lars Brovold Jan Are Larsen Austin Hynson !/(!5ƫ0!ƫ Oscar Lindvall Sept. 10-11 Sept. 17-18 Oct. 15-16 Oct. 22-23 Oct. 29-30 Feb. 9-10 Feb. 18-19 March 8-10 March 15-17 April 19-21 May 16-18

TOURNAMENTS 11 11 4 11 7 6 ąƫ 1

ROUNDS 33 33 12 33 21 18 āĂƫ 3

Cleveland Golf Kiawah Island Invitational Mason Rudolph Collegiate Jerry Pate Intercollegiate Coke/Tennessee Tournament LSU Intercollegiate Gator Invitational Matlock Collegiate UNLV Invitational Conrad Rehling/Alabama Invitational SEC Men’s Golf Championships NCAA Central Regional

STROKES 2390 2396 883 2432 1558 1338 ĊĂćƫ 233

AVG. 72.42 72.61 73.58 73.70 74.19 74.33 ĈĈċāĈ 77.67

2nd - 279-290-285/854 1st - 281-273-285/839 10th - 293-293-303/889 3rd - 288-279-279/846 t10th - 294-284-295/873 t6th - 289-289-278/856 4th - 295-294-291/880 14th - 308-291-307/906 t2nd - 291-281-281/853 9th - 305-289-298/892 15th - 292-295-306/893

2002-03 PLAYER Lars Brovold Clint Provost !/(!5ƫ0!ƫ Austin Hynson Daniel Creel Mac Butler

*!ƫ('!.ƫ Sean Szerencsits

TOURNAMENTS 12 11 āĀƫ 10 6 5 Ćƫ 1

ROUNDS 33 30 ĂĈƫ 27 18 15 āĂƫ 3

Sept. 9-10 Cleveland Golf/Kiawah Island Sept. 16-17 Mason Rudolph Collegiate *Oct. 14-15 Jerry Pate National Invitational Feb. 8-9 Gator Invitational March 7-9 UNLV Invitational March 14-16 Conrad Rehling Invitational Mar. 30-Apr. 1 National Invitational Tournament April 5-6 Augusta State Invitational April 11-12 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate *April 20 Auburn Multi Match April 25-27 SEC Championships May 15-17 NCAA East Regional *Rain-shortened

STROKES 2396 2218 ĂĀāĂƫ 2021 1349 1131 ĊāĀƫ 235

AVG. 72.61 73.93 ĈąċĆĂ 74.85 74.94 75.40 ĈĆċĉă 78.33

4th - 300-294-303/897 3rd - 275-281-282/838 8th - 290-277/567 8th - 301-296-296/893 t9th - 290-290-292/872 2nd - 287-292-286/865 14th - 307-302-306/915 13th - 296-287-279/862 10th - 312-295-294/901 5th - 297 6th - 293-292-294/879 20th - 310-298-303/911

2003-04 PLAYER Lars Brovold Clint Provost Daniel Creel

*!ƫ('!.ƫ Austin Hynson Max Alverio 0!3.0ƫ$%00ƫ Dwight Rogers Sean Szerencsits

TOURNAMENTS 12 12 2 ĉƫ 9 9 Ćƫ 1 2

ROUNDS 35 35 5 Ăąƫ 27 27 āąƫ 3 5

Sept. 13-14 Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate *Sept. 22-23 Mason Rudolph Collegiate Oct. 3-5 Franklin St. Trust Invitational Oct. 13-14 Jerry Pate National Oct. 20-21 Gary Koch/Cleveland Golf Intercollegiate Jan. 31-Feb. 1 SunTrust Gator Invitational Feb. 9-10 Tulane Invitational March 1-2 Cleveland Golf Classic March 12-14 Conrad Rehling Invitational March 29-30 Atlanta Intercollegiate April 3-4 Augusta St. Invitational April 16-18 SEC Championships *Rained shortened

STROKES 2506 2569 375 āĉĂāƫ 2062 2070 āĀĉĈƫ 236 400

AVG. 71.60 73.40 75.00 ĈĆċĉĉ 76.37 76.67 ĈĈċćą 78.67 80.00

15th - 299-311-291/901 15th - 296-300/605 4th - 291-306-300/897 12th - 290-276-304/870 t12th - 295-298-302/895 5th - 299-279-294/872 t4th - 307-283-302/892 t9th - 280-299-302/881 1st - 293-287-298/878 8th - 285-285-303/873 11th - 302-287-297/886 11th - 280-304-305/889

ALABAMA


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2004-05

2007-08

PLAYER Mark Harrell Clint Provost Thomas Hagler Gator Todd Joseph Sykora Dwight Rogers

*!ĆŤ('!.ĆŤ Sept. 11-12 Sept. 27-28 Oct. 11-12 Oct. 18-19 Oct. 25-26 Feb. 20-22 Feb. 27-Mar. 1 March 11-13 March 27-29 April 2-3 April 15-17 May 19-21 June 1-4

TOURNAMENTS 13 13 13 11 12 2 Ä ĆŤ

ROUNDS 39 39 39 33 36 6 ÄƒĆŤ

Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate UT Tournament of Champions University Club Collegiate Mercedes Benz Intercollegiate Puerto Rico Classic Conrad Rehling Invitational Hootie at Bulls Bay Augusta State Invitational SEC Championships NCAA East Regional NCAA Championships

STROKES 2862 2876 2879 2439 2700 440 ĂĂĆƍ

AVG. 73.38 73.74 73.82 73.91 75.00 73.33 ĈĆċĀĀ

t7th - 288-298-2 92/879 3rd - 286-281-286/853 6th - 272-282-285/839 2nd - 285-288-285/858 5th - 288-277-281/846 2nd - 297-291-291/879 12th - 289-299-298/886 1st - 304-286-291/881 10th - 299-292-302/893 t4th - 311-310-301/922 9th - 295-300-313/908 t6th - 280-287-280/847 28th - 291-293-313/897

2005-06 TOURNAMENTS 12 12 11 1 ÄˆĆŤ 3 8 2 Ä…ĆŤ

ROUNDS 36 36 33 3 Ä‚Ä ĆŤ 9 24 6 Ä Ä‚ĆŤ

Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions Shoal Creek Intercollegiate Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Bank of Tenn. Intercollegiate Carpet Capital Intercollegiate Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Puerto Rico Classic E-Z-GO Schenkel Invitational Hootie at Bulls Bay U.S. Collegiate Championships SEC Championships ĆŤ!/0ĆŤ!#%+*(ĆŤ

STROKES 2616 2618 2413 221 Ä Ä†Ä‡ÄƒĆŤ 673 1798 453 ÄŠÄ Ä…ĆŤ

AVG. 72.67 72.72 73.12 73.67 Ĉąċąă 74.78 74.92 75.50 ÄˆÄ‡Ä‹Ä Äˆ

2nd - 279-285-286/850 11th - 290-304-297/891 4th - 277-288-279/844 t5th - 293-296-287/876 15th - 303-297-299/899 t3rd - 300-300-305/905 4th - 280-294-291/865 5th - 298-285-292/875 9th - 299-286-294/879 9th - 294-298-304/896 3rd - 280-282-287/849 0Ä…0$ĆŤÄĄĆŤÄ‚Ä‰ÄŠÄĄÄ‚ÄŠÄ‚ÄĄÄ‚ÄˆÄŠÄĽÄ‰Ä‡Ä€

2006-07

ROUNDS 31 ćƍ 37 31 31 28 21

Topy Cup/USA vs. Japan Carpet Capital Collegiate Golfweek/PING Preview Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Callaway Golf Match Play John Hayt Intercollegiate Puerto Rico Classic Schenkel E-Z-Go U.S. Collegiate Championship +..%/ĆŤ%((%)/ĆŤ *0!.+((!#%0!ĆŤ SEC Championships NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championships

STROKES 2213 Ä…ÄƒÄŠĆŤ 2716 2279 2292 2081 1563

AVG. 71.39 ÄˆÄƒÄ‹Ä Äˆ 73.41 73.52 73.94 74.32 74.43

2nd - 284-273-286/843 1st - 292-295-282/869 4th - 301-290-290/881 1st - 270-268-272/810 Finished 1-2 1st - 290-293-290/873 1st - 289-285-280/854 1st - 285-280-284/849 3rd - 294-289-289/872 Ĉ0$ĆŤÄĄĆŤÄƒÄ€Ä ÄĄÄ‚Ä‰ÄˆÄĄÄ‚ÄŠÄ‰ÄĽÄ‰Ä‰Ä‡ 1st - 285-293-275/853 6th - 292-295-309/896 13th - 309-297-297-315/1218

PLAYER Bud Cauley $%((%,ĆŤ!2!.ĆŤ Hunter Hamrick Matthew Swan Hunter Slatton Matt Hughes Spencer Cole Thomas Hugghins

TOURNAMENTS 10 Ä‚ĆŤ 11 11 6 8 6 1

ROUNDS 30 ćƍ 32 32 17 23 17 3

STROKES 2,164 Ä…ÄƒÄŠĆŤ 2,355 2,384 1,269 1,727 1,283 239

AVG. 72.13 ÄˆÄƒÄ‹Ä Äˆ 73.59 74.50 74.65 75.09 75.47 79.67

Sept. 14-16 Carpet Capital Collegiate 6th - 295-297-283/875 Sept. 28-30 Golfweek/Ping Preview 5th - 294-288-286/868 Oct. 13-14 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate 1st - 278-271-281/830 Oct. 26-28 Isleworth-UCF Collegiate Invitational 2nd - 287-291-306/884 Feb. 22-24 John Hayt Collegiate Invitational 7th - 307-305-295/907 Feb. 27-Mar. 1 Puerto Rico Classic 8th - 288-291-286/865 March 22-24 Callaway Golf Collegiate Match Play QualiďŹ er 12th - 303-302/605 Consolation Match Play Bracket - 1st: def. Charlotte 3-1-3; 2nd: def. Duke, 4-1; Consolation Finals: def. San Diego, 3-2 April 5-7 U.S. Collegiate Championship t5th - 291-301-294/886 April 17-19 SEC Championships 6th - 308-284-281/873 May 14-16 NCAA Regional 1st - 303-285-286/874 May 27-30 NCAA Championships 15th - 298-288-293/879

2009-10

PLAYER Michael Thompson Matthew Swan Gator Todd Mark Harrell Joseph Sykora Thomas Hagler Sept. 15-16 Sept. 25-26 Oct. 9-10 Oct. 14-15 Nov. 22-23 Feb. 18-20 Feb. 25-27 March 17-18 April 9-11 April 20-22 May 13-14 May 17-19 May 30-June 2

Sept. 4-7 Sept. 14-16 Sept. 22-23 Oct. 8-9 Oct. 28-30 Feb. 17-19 Feb. 29-Mar. 2 March 14-16 March 24-26 ,.%(ĆŤÄˆÄĄÄ‰ĆŤ April 18-20 May 15-17 May 28-31

TOURNAMENTS 10 Ä‚ĆŤ 12 10 10 9 7

2008-09

PLAYER Matthew Swan Mark Harrell Gator Todd Dwight Rogers 0!3.0ĆŤ$%00ĆŤ Mark Alverio Joseph Sykora Matt Hughes

*!ĆŤ('!.ĆŤ Sept. 12-13 Sept. 26-27 Oct. 10-11 Oct. 15-16 Nov. 4-6 Feb. 5-7 Feb. 26-28 March 18-19 March 26-28 April 10-11 April 21-23 5ĆŤÄ Ä‰ÄĄÄ‚Ä€ĆŤ

PLAYER Michael Thompson 0!3.0ĆŤ$%00ĆŤ Mark Harrell Matthew Swan Joseph Sykora Matt Hughes Gator Todd

TOURNAMENTS 12 12 13 13 11 4

ROUNDS 37 37 40 40 34 12

Carpet Capital Intercollegiate Shoal Creek Intercollegiate Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Aloha Purdue Classic John Hayt Collegiate Championship Puerto Rico Classic E-Z-Go Schenkel Invitational U.S. Collegiate Championship SEC Championships Linger Longer Invitational NCAA Central Regional NCAA Championships

GOLF

STROKES 2660 2701 2927 2930 2492 896

AVG. 71.89 73.00 73.12 73.25 73.29 74.67

1st - 276-285-280/841 1st - 288-288-293/869 1st - 270-272-277/819 4th - 304-290-281/875 7th - 290-298-283/871 1st - 303-291-287/881 4th - 284-283-288/855 2nd - 292-288-280/860 8th - 299-313-298/901 2nd - 298-288-285/871 t5th - 285-288-291/864 2nd - 309-287-302/898 6th - 284-283-271-291/1129

PLAYER Bud Cauley Hunter Hamrick Scott Strohmeyer Lee Knox Hunter Slatton Spencer Cole Thomas Hugghins $%((%,ĆŤ!2!.ĆŤ Sept. 11-13 Sept. 27-28 Oct. 12-13 Oct. 25-27 Feb. 21-23 Feb. 28-Mar. 2 March 19-21 March 26-28 April 2-4 April 16-18 May 20-22

TOURNAMENTS 9 12 11 10 10 3 2 Ä ĆŤ

ROUNDS 25 34 31 28 28 9 6 ÄƒĆŤ

Carpet Capital Collegiate Golfweek/Ping Invitational Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Puerto Rico Classic John Hayt Collegiate Invitational Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational Linger Longer Invitational Administaff Augusta State Invitational SEC Championships NCAA Regional

STROKES 1,783 2,455 2,315 2,095 2,099 699 487 Ăąĉƍ

AVG. 71.32 72.21 74.68 74.82 74.96 77.67 81.17 ĉĂċćĈ

t6th - 289-294-392/875 12th - 305-295-311/911 1st - 273/273 299-293-304/896 11th - 288-296-286/870 4th - 307-291-297/895 4th - 292-288-288/868 2nd - 294-290-283/867 10th - 286-285-291/862 12th - 297-289-292/878 9th -281-290-279/850

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JASON BOHN 2000 Canadian PGA Shell Payless Open 2003 Chattanooga Open

ALABAMA PLAYERS ON THE TOUR CHAMPIONS TOUR Rick Karbowski Jerry Pate PGA TOUR Jason Bohn Tom Garner Barry Harwell Tony HoliďŹ eld Travis Hudson Gordon Johnson Steve Lowery Spike McRoy Alan Pate Jerry Pate Dicky Pride Lee Rinker Gary Trivisonno

(Nationwide Tour) 2001 Canadian PGA Bayer Championship 2005 B.C. Open 2010 Zurich Classic of New Orleans

2005-present 2003-present

2004-present 1994 1980, 1981, 1982 1979, 1980 1978 1984 1988-91, 1993-present 1996-present 1977 1976-2003 1994-present 1983; 1995-2001 1981

1994 The International 2000 Southern Farm Bureau Classic 1992 Ben Hogan Tulsa Open (Nationwide Tour) 2008 AT&T Bebble Beach Pro-Am

EUROPEAN PGA TOUR Lars Brovold Jan Are Larsen Marten Olander Allan MacDonald

2004-2007 2003-present 1997-2007 1999

CANADIAN PGA TOUR Jason Bohn Allan MacDonald Mayson Petty

1997-2004 1998-02 2001-2004

NATIONWIDE TOUR Jason Bohn Chip Deason David Kirkpatrick Mayson Petty Jeff Street Joseph Sykora

STEVE LOWERY

2003 2006 Active 2003-04 Active 2008-09

RYDER CUP Jerry Pate

SPIKE MCROY

UA GOLFERS WHO QUALIFIED FOR PRO EVENTS (while still competing at Alabama): Jerry Pate

2002 B.C. Open 2000 Dakota Dunes Invitational (Nationwide Tour) 2000 Tour Championship (Nationwide Tour)

Cecil Ingram Bill Van Orman Dicky Pride Mark Harrell Michael Thompson Bud Cauley

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1974-75

Jacksonville Open, 1975 Heritage Classic, 1975 Pensacola Open, 1975 Masters, 1975 U.S. Open,1975 Masters, 1980 U.S. Open, 1985 U.S. Open, 1992 U.S. Open, 2007 Masters, 2008 U.S. Open, 2008 Verizon Heritage, 2010

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HOOTERS TOUR Chip Deason Henry Diana Chris King David Kirkpatrick Spike McRoy

Hank Smith Jeff Street Michael Thompson Matthew Swan

PROFESSIONAL EVENT WINNERS HOGAN TOUR EVENT WINNERS 1992 Steve Lowery Tom Garner NIKE TOUR EVENT WINNERS 1993 Alan Pate

Tulsa Open Bakersfield Open

Dakota Dunes Open

TOMMY ARMOUR TOUR EVENT WINNERS 1993 Dicky Pride 1996 David Kirkpatrick 1997 David Kirkpatrick HOOTERS TOUR EVENT WINNERS 1995 Spike McRoy Jordan Tour Collins Classic — 68-70-70- 65/273 2010 Michael Thompson Michelob Ultra Classic — 66-70-71-67/271

JERRY PATE 1976 U.S. Open 1976 Canadian Open

WORLD PUTTING CHAMPIONSHIP 1997 Spike McRoy Tied for first (lost in playoff)

1976 Japan Masters 1976 Pacific Open 1977 Phoenix Open 1977 Southern Open 1978 Southern Open 1980 Brazilian Open 1981 Danny Thomas Memphis Classic 1981 Pensacola Open 1981 Columbian Open 1981 ABC Sports Shinko Japan 1982 The Players Championship 2006 Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am 2008 Turtle Bay Championship

DICKY PRIDE 1994 Federal Express St. Jude Classic

MARTEN OLANDER

PGA TOUR EVENTS WON BY FORMER ALABAMA GOLFERS 1976 Jerry Pate U.S. Open 1976 Jerry Pate Canadian Open 1976 Jerry Pate Japan Masters 1976 Jerry Pate Pacific Open 1977 Jerry Pate Phoenix Open 1977 Jerry Pate Southern Open 1978 Jerry Pate Southern Open 1980 Jerry Pate Brazilian Open 1981 Jerry Pate Danny Thomas-Memphis Classic 1981 Jerry Pate Pensacola Open 1981 Jerry Pate Columbian Open 1981 Jerry Pate ABC Sports Shinko Japan 1982 Jerry Pate Tournament Players Championship 1992 Steve Lowery Ben Hogan Tulsa Open 1994 Dicky Pride Federal Express St. Jude Classic 1994 Steve Lowery The International 2000 Jason Bohn Canadian PGA Shell Payless Open 2000 Steve Lowery Southern Farm Bureau Classic 2000 Spike McRoy Buy.com Dakota Dunes 2000 Spike McRoy Buy.com Tour Championship 2001 Marten Olander European PGA Hardelot 2001 Marten Olander Challenge de France 2001 Jason Bohn Canadian PGA Bayer Championship 2002 Spike McRoy B.C. Open 2003 Jason Bohn Chattanooga Open 2005 Jason Bohn B.C. Open 2006 Jerry Pate Seniors Outback Pro-Am 2008 Steve Lowery AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2008 Jerry Pate Turtle Bay Championships 2010 Jason Bohn Zurich Classic of New Orleans U.S. OPEN PARTICIPANTS (AS AMATEURS) 1987 Griff Rudolph 2007 Mark Harrell 2008 Michael Thompson

2001 European PGA Hardelot Challenge de France (Not pictured)

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EUROPEAN TOUR

THE PROFESSIONAL TOUR

PGA TOUR

JASON BOHN

STEVE LOWERY

SPIKE MCROY

DICKY PRIDE

LARS BROVOLD

NATIONWIDE TOUR

CHIP DEASON

JEFF STREET

JOSEPH SYKORA

JAN ARE LARSEN

CHAMPIONS TOUR

JERRY PATE

CHIP DEASON NATIONWIDE TOUR

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MARTEN OLANDER

RICK KARBOWSKI

STEVE LOWERY PGA TOUR

RICK KARBOWSKI CHAMPIONS TOUR

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JERRY CAPSULE JERRY PATE PATE’SCAREER CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 1974 Florida Amateur Champion 1974 U.S. Amateur Champion āĊĈąƫƫƫ +.( ƫ)0!1.ƫ+("ƫ$),%+* JERRY PATE’S CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 1974 Member, winning Eisenhower Cup Team 1974 Florida Amateur Champion 1975 Collegiate All-American 1974 U.S. Amateur Champion āĊĈĆƫƫƫ !)!.Čƫ3%**%*#ƫ('!.ƫ1,ƫ!) āĊĈąƫƫƫ +.( ƫ)0!1.ƫ+("ƫ$),%+* 1975 Low Amateur, U.S. Open Championship 1974 Member, winning Eisenhower Cup Team 1975 Medalist, PGA Tour Qualifying School 1975 Collegiate All-American 1976 U.S. Open Champion āĊĈĆƫƫƫ !)!.Čƫ3%**%*#ƫ('!.ƫ1,ƫ!) 1976 Canadian Open Champion 1975 Low Amateur, U.S. Open Championship 1976 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year/Co-Player of the Year 1975 Medalist, PGA Tour Qualifying School 1976 Japan Masters Champion 1976 U.S. Open Champion 1976 Pacific Open Champion 1976 Canadian Open Champion 1977 Phoenix Open Champion 1976 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year/Co-Player of the Year 1977 Southern Open Champion 1976 Japan Masters Champion 1978 Southern Open Champion 1976 Pacific Open Champion 1980 Brazilian Open Champion 1977 Phoenix Open Champion 1981 Colombian Open Champion 1977 Southern Open Champion 1981 Danny Thomas Memphis Classic Champion 1978 Southern Open Champion 1981 Pensacola Open Champion 1980 Brazilian Open Champion 1981 Member, winning Ryder Cup Team 1981 Colombian Open Champion 1981 ABC Sports Shinko Japan Champion 1981 Danny Thomas Memphis Classic Champion 1982 THE PLAYERS Championship Champion 1981 Pensacola Open Champion 1989 U.S. Open, Rochester, NY, aced 6th hole (4 Aces) 1981 Member, winning Ryder Cup Team 1994 Inducted into Alabama Sports Hall of Fame 1981 ABC Sports Shinko Japan Champion 2001 UA Homecoming Grand Marshal 1982 THE PLAYERS Championship Champion 2006 Seniors Tour Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am Champion 1989 U.S. Open, Rochester, N.Y., aced 6th hole (4 Aces) 2008 Seniors Tour Turtle Bay Champion 1994 Inducted into Alabama Sports Hall of Fame 2001 UA Homecoming Grand Marshal Jerry Pate Seniors played Tour at Alabama 1972 -Pro-Am 1975 Champion 2006 Outback from Steakhouse 2008 Seniors Tour Turtle Bay Champion

SNAPSHOTS Jerry Pate played at Alabama from 1972-75 and went on to a successful professional career.

Jerry Pate was a mere 22 years old when he won the United States Open in 1976, and that wasn’t even the first time he’d made major national headlines. He did that in 1974 when he won the United States Amateur - just weeks before he started his senior season on the University of Alabama’s golf team.

Pate went on to win eight PGA tour titles: the 1976 U.S. Open and Canadian Open, the 1977 Phoenix Open and Southern Open, the 1978 Southern Open, the 1981 Danny Thomas-Memphis Classic and the Pensacola Open and, at age 28, his last PGA tour championship, the 1982 Tournament Players Championship.

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He continues to represent the Crimson Tide proudly today, lending his name, energy and money to Alabama’s annual Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate.

In addition to bringing some of the best amateur golfers to compete in the state of Alabama, the JPNI raises thousands of dollars for Alabama Golf Charities. It is the fall’s best event and a most coveted invitation.

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U.S. AMATEUR FINALISTS/ SEMIFINALISTS 2007 2006 2004 1992 1980 1974

Michael Thompson, Finalist Michael Thompson, Finalist Michael Thompson, Finalist Dicky Pride, Semifinalist Cecil Ingram, Semifinalist Jerry Pate, Champion

SNAPSHOTS Bud Cauley knocked off the No. 1 amateur in the world in the first round of match play at the 2009 U.S. Amateur Southern Hills Country Club.

WORLD AMATEUR PARTICIPANTS

JERRY PATE 1974

MAX ALVERIO 2003, ‘04, ‘06

LARS BROVOLD 2000, ‘04

TOYOTA WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

BUD CAULEY 2008

AMATEUR GOLF HONORS

MATTHEW SWAN 2005

U.S. AMATEUR FINALISTS AND SEMIFINALISTS

JERRY PATE

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MICHAEL THOMPSON

CECIL INGRAM 1979, ‘80

DICKY PRIDE 1990, ‘92

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U.S. AMATEUR PARTICIPANTS

SNAPSHOTS Matthew Swan competed in four U.S. Amateurs from 2004-2009.

BUD CAULEY 2008-2010

PHILLIP WEAVER MARK HARRELL 2008 2005-2007

JOSEPH SYKORA MAX ALVERIO 2005 2004

TIM ARNOULT 1997

JEFF STREET 1980

PATRICK VADDEN 1994 & 1997

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MAYSON PETTY 1975

āĊćĆƫ 1965 1975 1976 & 1979 1982 1984 1989 1980 1985 1992 & 1995 1993 & 1996 1993 1993 1994 & 1997 1995 1996 1997 āĊĊĊƫ 1999 1999 2001 2002 2002 & 2005 2003 2003 & 2006 2004 2004 2005, 2006 & 2007 2004, 2005, 2006 & 2009 2005 2007 2008, 2009 & 2010 ĂĀĀĉƫĒƫĂĀĀĊƫ 2009 & 2010 2009 & 2010 ĂĀāĀƫ

5*!ƫ2%/ Charles Davis Allan Pate Jim Kilduff Jim Kelson Alan Pope Spike McRoy Jeff Street Sam Farlow Greg Letson Chip Deason Scott Taylor Jeff Amershadian Patrick Vaden Mayson Perry John Stahlschmidt Tim Arnoult !/ƫ*! Chip Zahn Nick Rousey Austin Hynson Rich Berglund Clint Provost Daniel Creel Thomas Hager Max Alverio Sean Szerencits Mark Harrell Matthew Swan Joseph Sykora Matt Hughes Bud Cauley $%((%,ƫ!2!. Hunter Hamrick Scott Strohmeyer +5ƫ500

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NATIONAL HONORS AND AWARDS

HONOR AND AWARD WINNERS

THE WALKER CUP

MARTEN OLANDER

MICHAEL THOMPSON

1993 Ben Hogan Award

2008 All-Nicklaus Team 2008 Ben Hogan Award Top Three Finalist

GREG LETSON 1995 National Association of Academic Advisors Achievement Award

PALMER CUP TEAM MEMBERS

DICK SPYBEY

LARS BROVOLD

(U.S. manager) Europe 2004 and Allan MacDonald (Europe) 1997

BUD CAULEY

MARTEN OLANDER

MICHAEL THOMPSON

BUD CAULEY

Head Coach Europe 2008

USA 2008

USA 2010

USA 2009

BUD CAULEY JERRY PATE

ĂĀāĀƫ('!.ƫ1,ƫ!)ƫ !)!. 2010 Palmer Cup Team Member 2009 All-Nicklaus Team 2010 Ben Hogan Award Top Three Finalist Two-Time First-Team All-American

USA 1975

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NATIONAL HONORS AND AWARDS

JAY SEAWELL 2008 SEC Coach of the Year 10 NCAA Tournament Appearances 13 All-Americans Three Walker Cup team members 2008 SEC Championship 2009 NCAA Northeast Regional Championship

SNAPSHOTS Jay Seawell coached the Crimson Tide to the 2008 SEC Championship.

CONRAD REHLING

DICK SPYBEY

Golf Coaches Association of America Hall of Fame, 1980 (Charter Member) Horton Smith Trophy, 1976 (From Dixie Section of the PGA of America for contributions to the PGA’s national education program through lessons, seminars and the betterment of golf and to help build the image of the golf professional.)

1992 National Coach of the Year 1991 & 1992 Region Coach of the Year 1995-97 Golf Coaches Association of America President 1997 U.S. Palmer Cup Team Manager 1998 Palmer Cup Tournament Director, St. Andrews, Scotland

MICHAEL THOMPSON 2008 Palmer Cup Team Member 2008 All-Nicklaus Team 2008 Ben Hogan Award Top Three Finalist

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ALL-AMERIICANS ALL-AMERIICANS

SNAPSHOTS Hunter Hamrick is a two-time honorable mention All-American and was also an All-Region selection in 2009.

GOLF COACHES’ ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA AWARDS First-Team All-America Jerry Pate David Kirkpatrick Michael Thompson Bud Cauley (Golfweek)

1975 1992 2008 2009, 2010

Second-Team All-America Steve Lowery Michael Thompson Bud Cauley

1982, 1983 2007 2009, 2010

Third-Team All-America Gary Trivisonno Lee Rinker Honorable Mention All-America Alan Pate Jerry Pate Tony Hollifield David Kirkpatrick Marten Olander Lars Brovold Matthew Swan Hunter Hamrick

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1978 1983

1973 1974 1974, 1975 1991 1993 2004 2008 2009 & 2010

All-Region/All-District David Kirkpatrick Marten Olander Chip Deason Clint Provost Nick Rousey Mark Harrell Matt Hughes Matthew Swan Joseph Sykora Michael Thompson Bud Cauley Hunter Hamrick

1992 1993 1996, 1997 2002 2002 2006, 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009

*All-Region and All-District are the same. Currently the GCAA refers to its regional team members as All-District. UA is in the Southeast District.

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

ALABAMA’S NCAA FINALS APPEARANCES

NICK ROUSEY

Year Coach Finish Score Site 1973 Conrad Rehling 17th 588 Stillwater, Okla. 1974 Conrad Rehling 14th 1,205 San Diego, Calif. 1975 Conrad Rehling T-3rd with USC 1,190 Columbus, Ohio 1981 Conrad Rehling No Finish 899 Palo Alto, Calif. 1983 Conrad Rehling 17th 898 Fresno, Calif. *1992 Dick Spybey 11th 1,163 Albuquerque, N.M. 1993 Dick Spybey 29th 620 Lexington, Ky. 1996 Dick Spybey 28th 627 Ooltewah, Tenn./Honors Course 2005 Jay Seawell 28th 897 Owings Mills, Md./Caves Valley Club Ä‚Ä€Ä€ÄˆĆŤ

5ĆŤ!3!((ĆŤ ć0$ĆŤ Ä ÄŒÄ Ä‚ÄŠĆŤ %((%)/1.#ÄŒĆŤÄ‹ÄĽ+( !*ĆŤ+./!/$+! ĂĀĀĉƍ

5ĆŤ!3!((ĆŤ Ä Äƒ0$ĆŤ Ä ÄŒÄ‚Ä Ä‰ĆŤ !/0ĆŤ "5!00!ÄŒĆŤ * Ä‹ÄĽ%.'ĆŤ+%(!.)'!. #2009 Jay Seawell 15th 879 Toledo, Ohio/Inverness Club *1st year Alabama competed in championships when there was a cut to 15 teams after 54 holes # 2009 NCAA Championships consisted of three rounds and then a cut to eight teams for match play Total appearances in team finals: 12

NCAA REGIONAL TEAM APPEARANCES

CECIL INGRAM

Year Site Coach Finish 1991 New Haven, Conn. Dick Spybey 12th 1992 Hamilton, N.Y. Dick Spybey 2nd 1993 Charlottesville, Va. Dick Spybey 7th 1994 Auburn, Ala. Dick Spybey 15th 1996 Monticello, N.Y. Dick Spybey T-9th 1997 Hot Springs, Va. Dick Spybey 17th 2002 Little Rock, Ark. Dick Spybey 15th 2003 Auburn, Ala. Jay Seawell 20th 2005 Nashville, Tenn. Jay Seawell T-6th ĂĀĀćƍ 1/+*ÄŒĆŤ.%6Ä‹ĆŤ

5ĆŤ!3!((ĆŤ ÄĄÄ Ä…0$ĆŤ 2007 Sugar Grove, Ill. Jay Seawell 2nd 2008 Columbus, Ohio Jay Seawell 6th 2009 Galloway, N.J. Jay Seawell 1st 2010 New Haven, Conn. Jay Seawell 9th Total Regional appearances: 14 Breakdown: 8 East, 3 Central, 1 West, 2 Northeast

Teams 30 22 22 23 23 22 27 27 27 Ä‚ÄˆĆŤ 27 27 14 14

Strokes 890 876 873 923 910 911 893 91 1 847 ĉćĀƍ 898 896 874 850

Regional East East East East East East Central East East !/0 Central (No. 1 seed) Central (No. 1 seed) Northeast (No. 2 seed) Northeast (No. 5 seed)

NCAA INDIVIDUAL APPEARANCES Year 1971

LARS BROVOLD

STEVE LOWERY

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Name Finish Lee Harper t-25th $!!(!.ĆŤ0!3.0ĆŤ 0ÄĄÄ…Ä…0$ĆŤ 1977 Gary Trivisonno Non-Finalist 1978 Gary Trivisonno t-38th 1979 Cecil Ingram -1981 Kevin DeNike 34th 1982 Steve Lowery t-49th 1993 Marten Olander t-49th 1999 Jan Are Larsen (East Regional, Providence, R.I.) t-107th Ä‚Ä€Ä€Ä ĆŤ %'ĆŤ+1/!5ƍĨ/0ĆŤ!#%+*(ÄŒĆŤ%((%)/1.#ÄŒĆŤÄ‹ÄŠĆŤĆŤ 0ÄĄÄƒÄƒ. ĆŤ ĆŤ

*ĆŤ.!ĆŤ ./!*ƍĨ/0ĆŤ!#%+*(ÄŒĆŤ%((%)/1.#ÄŒĆŤÄ‹ÄŠĆŤ 0ÄĄÄ Ä‚Ä€0$ĆŤ 2003 Lars Brovold (East Regional, New Haven, Conn.) t-31st Total Individual NCAA Participants: 12 (four of those did not advance from regional)

Score 72-72-74-72/290 Ä‡ÄŠÄĄÄˆÄ ÄĄÄˆÄ…ÄĄÄ‰Ä€ÄĽÄ‚ÄŠÄ… 82-79-82/243 75-72-73/220 --75-75-69-76/295 74-70-78-76/298 79-78-75/231 Ä‡ÄŠÄĄÄˆÄƒÄĄÄˆÄ ÄĽÄ‚Ä ÄƒĆŤÄ¨ÄĄÄƒÄŠ ÄˆÄˆÄĄÄ‰ÄƒÄĄÄˆÄ‚ÄĽÄ‚ÄƒÄ‚ 76-70-73/219 (+9)

HOW IT WORKS Each May, the NCAA hosts six regionals, which are spread around the country and provide for exciting golf from coast to coast. The six-regional format was started at the 2009 NCAA Championships and replaces the old three-regional system. Each of the six regional sites will qualify five teams for the NCAA Championship Finals, being held at The Honors Course, on June 1-6, 2010. Those 30 teams will then play 54 holes of stroke play, with the individual champion being declared at that point. The top-eight teams after the 54 holes of stroke play will then move on to match play and be seeded according to their finish in the stroke play portion. The No. 1 team will face the No. 8 team, No. 2 will face No. 7, No. 3 vs. No. 6 and No. 4 vs. No. 5. The team that wins three rounds of match play will be crowned the national champion. Teams are selected for regional competition based upon their overall tournament finishes and head-tohead finishes against other teams that are in their region. Selection is made by a regional committee made up of head coaches. From 1989 through the 2008 NCAA Championships, the finals consisted of 72 holes of play with a cut after 54 holes to the top-15 teams.

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NATIONAL/NCAA INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS YEAR 1897 1898 1899 1901 1902 1903 Ä ÄŠÄ€Ä…ĆŤ 1905 Ä ÄŠÄ€Ä‡ĆŤ 1907 Ä ÄŠÄ€Ä‰ĆŤ 1909 1910 1911 1912 Ä ÄŠÄ ÄƒĆŤ 1914 1915 Ä ÄŠÄ Ä‡ĆŤ Ä ÄŠÄ ÄŠĆŤ 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 Ä ÄŠÄ‚ÄˆĆŤ 1928 1929 1930 1931 Ä ÄŠÄƒÄ‚ĆŤ Ä ÄŠÄƒÄƒĆŤ

NAME Louis Bayard, Jr. John Reid, Jr James Curtis Percy Pyne H. Lindsley Charles Hitchcock, Jr. Chandler Egan F.O. Reinhart Ä‹ Ä‹ĆŤ$%0!ĆŤ Robert Abbott Ä‹Ä‹ĆŤ(+3ÄŒĆŤ .ĆŤ Ellis Knowles Ä‹Ä‹ĆŤ%( !.ĆŤ Albert Seckel Robert Hunter George Stanley F.C. Davison 0$*%!(ĆŤ$!!(!.ĆŤ Edward Allis Francis Blossom

Ä‹Ä‹ĆŤ1!((ĆŤ Ä‹ Ä‹ĆŤ('!.ÄŒĆŤ .Ä‹ĆŤ Jess Sweetster Simpson Dean Pollack Boyd Dexter Cummings Dexter Cummings Fred Lamprecht Fred Lamprecht 00/ĆŤ1**ĆŤ Maurice McCarthy Tom Aycock G.T. Dunlap, Jr. G.T. Dunlap, Jr.

Ä‹Ä‹ĆŤ%/$!.ĆŤ (0!.ĆŤ)!.5ĆŤ

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SCHOOL Princeton Yale (Spring) Harvard (Fall) Princeton Harvard Yale (Spring) Harvard (Fall) Princeton .2. Yale (! Yale .2. Princeton Yale Yale Harvard (! Harvard Yale .2. +(1)% Yale Dartmouth Dartmouth Yale Yale Tulane Tulane !+.#%ĆŤ!$ Georgetown Yale Princeton Princeton %$%#* '($+)

1934 Ä ÄŠÄƒÄ†ĆŤ 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 Ä ÄŠÄ…ÄƒĆŤ 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 Ä ÄŠÄ…ÄŠĆŤ Ä ÄŠÄ†Ä€ĆŤ 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

Charles Yates  ƍ$%0!ƍ Charles Kocsis Fred Haas, Jr. John Burke Vincent D’Antoni Dixon Brooke Earl Stewart Frank Tatum, Jr. ((!ƍ(.%$ƍ Louis Lick John Lorms George Hamer Dave Barclay Bob Harris .2%!ƍ. ƍ .! ƍ),(!.ƍ Tom Nieporte Jim Vickers Earl Moeller Hillman Robbins Joe Campbell Rick Jones Rex Baxter, Jr. Phil Rodgers Dick Crawford Dick Crawford Jack Nicklaus Kermit Zarley R.H. Sikes Terry Small Marty Fleckman Bob Murphy Hale Irwin Grier Jones Bob Clark John Mahaffey Ben Crenshaw Ben Crenshaw Tom Kite

Georgia Tech !4/ Michigan LSU Georgetown Tulane Virginia LSU Stanford .(!0+* Minnesota Ohio State Georgia Michigan San Jose State +.0$ĆŤ.+(%* 1. 1! Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Memphis State Purdue Ohio State Houston Houston Houston Houston Ohio State Houston Arkansas San Jose State Houston Florida Colorado Oklahoma State UCLA Houston Texas Texas Texas

1973 Ä ÄŠÄˆÄ…ĆŤ Ä ÄŠÄˆÄ†ĆŤ 1976 1977 1978 Ä ÄŠÄˆÄŠĆŤ 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 Ä ÄŠÄ‰ÄˆĆŤ 1988 1989 1990 Ä ÄŠÄŠÄ ĆŤ 1992 1993 1994 1995 Ä ÄŠÄŠÄ‡ĆŤ Ä ÄŠÄŠÄˆĆŤ 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 ĂĀĀĆƍ 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Ben Crenshaw Texas 1.0%/ĆŤ0.*#!ĆŤ '!ĆŤ+.!/0

5ĆŤ/ĆŤ '!ĆŤ+.!/0 Scott Simpson Southern California Scott Simpson Southern California David Edwards Oklahoma State .5ĆŤ((!.#ĆŤ '!ĆŤ+.!/0 Jay Don Blake Utah State Ron Commans Southern California Billy Ray Brown Houston Jim Carter Arizona State John Inman North Carolina Clark Burroughs Ohio State Scott Verplank Oklahoma State .%*ĆŤ00/ĆŤ '($+)ĆŤ00! E.J. Pfister Oklahoma State Phil Mickelson Arizona State Phil Mickelson Arizona State ..!*ĆŤ$100!ĆŤ   Phil Mickelson Arizona State Todd Demsey Arizona State Justin Leonard Texas Chip Spratlin Auburn %#!.ĆŤ++ /ĆŤ 0*"+. $.(!/ĆŤ..!*ĆŤ (!)/+* James McLean Minnesota Luke Donald Northwestern Charles Howell Oklahoma State Nick Gilliam Florida Troy Matteson Georgia Tech Alejandro Canizares Arizona State Ryan Moore UNLV

)!/ĆŤ !,,ĆŤ /$%*#0+* Jonathan Moore Oklahoma State Jamie Lovemark Southern California Kevin Chappell UCLA Matt Hill North Carolina State Scott Langley Illinois

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

NATIONAL TEAM CHAMPIONS YEAR CHAMPION 1897 Yale 1898 Harvard (Spring) 1898 Yale (Fall) 1899 Harvard 1900 No tournament 1901 Harvard 1902 Yale (Spring) 1902 Harvard (Fall) 1903 Harvard 1904 Harvard 1905 Yale 1906 Yale 1907 Yale 1908 Yale 1909 Yale 1910 Yale 1911 Yale 1912 Yale 1913 Yale 1914 Princeton 1915 Yale 1916 Princeton 1917 No tournament 1918 No tournament 1919 Princeton 1920 Princeton 1921 Dartmouth 1922 Princeton 1923 Princeton 1924 Yale 1925 Yale 1926 Yale 1927 Princeton 1928 Princeton 1929 Princeton 1930 Princeton 1931 Yale 1932 Yale 1933 Yale 1934 Michigan 1935 Michigan 1936 Yale 1937 Princeton 1938 Stanford 1939 Stanford 1940 Princeton LSU 1941 Stanford 1942 LSU Stanford 1943 Yale 1944 Notre Dame 1945 Ohio State 1946 Stanford 1947 LSU 1948 San Jose State 1949 North Texas State 1950 North Texas State 1951 North Texas State 1952 North Texas State 1953 Stanford 1954 SMU 1955 LSU 1956 Houston 1957 Houston 1958 Houston 1959 Houston 1960 Houston 1961 Purdue 1962 Houston 1963 Oklahoma State 1964 Houston 1965 Houston

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SCORE

612 601 601 580 590 590 614 311 602 619 606 579 590 573 588 587 578 572 574 601 602 570 561 603 584 588 581 580 577

1966 Houston 582 1967 Houston 585 1968 Florida 1154 1969 Houston 1223 1970 Houston 1172 1971 Texas 1144 1972 Texas 1146 1973 Florida 1149 āĊĈąƫ '!ƫ+.!/0ƫ āāĆĉ āĊĈĆƫ '!ƫ+.!/0ƫ āāĆć 1976 Oklahoma State 1140 1977 Houston 1197 1978 Oklahoma State 1140 1979 Ohio State 1189 1980 Oklahoma State 1173 1981 Brigham Young 1161 1982 Houston 1121 1983 Oklahoma State 1160 1984 Houston 1145 1985 Houston 1172 āĊĉćƫ '!ƫ+.!/0ƫ āāĆć 1987 Oklahoma State 1160 1988 UCLA 1176 1989 Oklahoma 1139 1990 Arizona State 1155 1991 Oklahoma State 1161 1992 Arizona 1129 1993 Florida 1145 1994 Stanford 1129 1995 Oklahoma State 1156 1996 Arizona State 1186 1997 Pepperdine 1148 1998 UNLV 1118 1999 Georgia 1180 2000 Oklahoma State 1116 2001 Florida 1126 2002 Minnesota 1134 2003 Clemson 1191 2004 California 1134 2005 Georgia 1135 2006 Oklahoma State 1143 2007 Stanford 1109 2008 UCLA 1194 2009 Texas A&M def., Arkansas* 2010 Augusta State def., Oklahoma State* *match play

Lowest Score, One Round: 62 (10 -under-par) Notah Begay, Stanford, 2nd Round, 1994 Lowest Score, Two Rounds: 128 (16-under-par) Phil Mickelson, Arizona State, 1992 Lowest Score, Three Rounds: 196 (20-under-par) Charles Howell, Oklahoma State, 2000 Lowest Score, Four Rounds: 265 (23-under-par) Charles Howell, Oklahoma State, 2000 Best Team Score, Two Rounds: 553 (23-under-par) UNLV 1998; Stanford, 2007 (6-under-par) Best Team Score, Four Rounds: 1,116 (36-under par) Oklahoma State, 2000; Georgia Tech, 2000 (Stanford shot 1,109 in ‘07, 11-under-par) Alabama has been among the NCAA field 19 times, in 1973, 1974, 1975, 1981, 1983, 1991 (regionals), 1992, 1993, 1994 (regionals), 1996, 1997 (regionals), 2002 (regionals), 2003 (regionals), 2005 (finals), 2006 (regionals), 2007 (finals), 2008 (finals), 2009 (finals), 2010 (regionsls). Alabama’s best NCAA Championships finish was tied for third at the 1975 NCAA Men’s Golf Championships. Alabama finished sixth at the 2007 NCAA Championships, its second best alltime finish. SCHOOL TITLES Yale Houston Princeton Oklahoma State Stanford Harvard Florida, LSU, North Texas '!ƫ+.!/0ƫ Arizona State Georgia Michigan, Ohio State, Texas, UCLA Arizona, Brigham Young, California, Clemson, Dartmouth, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Pepperdine, Purdue, San Jose State, SMU, UNLV, Texas A&M, Augusta State

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The 2008-09 Alabama men’s golf team captured two tournament titles, including the NCAA Northeast Regional.

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NCAA TEAM PARTICIPANTS

1973

1974

Finished 17th

1975

1981

Finished 14th

Finished T-3rd

Finished 12th at East Regional

1983

1991

Finished 17th

12th at East Regional

1992

1993

Finished 11th

Finished 29th

1994

1996

1997

2002

15th at East Regional

Finished 28th

17th at East Regional

15th at Central Regional

2003

2005

2006

2007

20th at East Regional

T-6th at East Regional Finished 28th at Championships

ġāą0$ƫ0ƫ!/0ƫ!#%+*(

2nd at NCAA Central Regional Finished 6th at NCAA Championships

2008

2009

2010

6th NCAA Central Regional Finished 13th at NCAA Championships

1st NCAA Northeast Regional Finished 15th at NCAA Championships

9th NCAA Northeast Regional

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ALL-SEC GOLFERS FIRST TEAM: 1971 1973 1974 1976 1980 1981 1981 1982 1983 1983 1992 1993 1996 1997 2004 2007 2008 2009 2010 2010 FIRST TEAM TOTAL: 24 SECOND TEAM: 1970 1971 āĊĈĂƫ 1973 1973 1975 1975 1975 1977 1977 1978 1979 1979 1983 1985 1991 1992 1994 1994 1995 1996 1997 1999 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2006 2007 2008 SECOND TEAM TOTAL: 30 SEC GOLFERS OF THE WEEK Feb. 23, 2006 Feb. 21, 2007 March 6, 2008 April 13, 2009 Nov. 6, 2009

Rick Sirmon Alan Pate Jerry Pate Tony Hollifield Travis Hudson Rick Karbowski Cecil Ingram Steve Lowery Lee Rinker Steve Lowery Steve Lowery Lee Rinker David Kirkpatrick Marten Olander Chip Deason Chip Deason Lars Brovold Michael Thompson Gator Todd Matthew Swan Michael Thompson Bud Cauley Bud Cauley Hunter Hamrick

Rick Sirmon Lee Harper $!!(!.ƫ0!3.0 Jerry Pate Tony Hollifield Tony Hollifield Jerry Pate Alan Pate Allen Richie Allen Yielding Gary Trivisonno Cecil Ingram Barry Harwell Griff Rudolph Griff Rudolph David Kirkpatrick Dicky Pride Marten Olander Greg Letson Chip Deason Allan MacDonald Patrick Vadden Jan Are Larsen Nick Rousey Jan Are Larsen Clint Provost Nick Rousey Lars Brovold Matthew Swan Matthew Swan Mark Harrell

Gator Todd Gator Todd Matthew Swan Bud Cauley Bud Cauley

SNAPSHOTS L-R: Head Coach Conrad Rehling, Barry Harwell, Steve Hudson, Gary Trivisonno, Kevin Canada and Cecil Ingram.

SNAPSHOTS L-R: Head Coach Jay Seawell, Assistant Coach Scott Limbaugh, Joseph Sykora, Matthew Swan, Matt Hughes, Mark Harrell and SEC Medalist Michael Thompson.

SEC COACH OF THE YEAR

CONRAD REHLING 1979 & 1983

JAY SEAWELL 2008

SEC GOLFER OF THE YEAR

STEVE LOWERY 1982 & 1983

100

DICK SPYBEY 1992

MICHAEL THOMPSON 2008

ALABAMA


ALABAMA’S SEC TEAM FINISHES YEAR UA FINISH SCORE WINNER SCORE SITE 1937 DNP -LSU 614 Baton Rouge, La. 1938 DNP -LSU 608 Baton Rouge, La. 1939 DNP -LSU 604 Baton Rouge, La. 1940 DNP -LSU 601 Athens, Ga. 1941 DNP -Georgia 616 Athens, Ga. 1942 DNP -LSU 597 Athens, Ga. āĊąăġąĆƫ  1946 DNP -LSU 604 Athens, Ga. 1947 DNP -LSU 633 Athens, Ga. 1948 DNP -LSU 303 Athens, Ga. 1949 DNP -Ga. Tech 303 Athens, Ga. 1950 DNP -Georgia 1200 Athens, Ga. 1951 DNP -Georgia 579 Athens, Ga. 1952 5th -Georgia 591 Athens, Ga. 1953 4th -LSU 586 Athens, Ga. 1954 4th -LSU 576 Athens, Ga. 1955 4th -Florida 575 Athens, Ga. 1956 5th -Florida 591 Athens, Ga. 1957 N/A -Georgia 590 Athens, Ga. 1958 N/A -Georgia 593 Athens, Ga. 1959 N/A -Georgia 583 Athens, Ga. 1960 N/A -LSU 573 Athens, Ga. 1961 4th -Georgia 570 Athens, Ga. 1962 N/A -Georgia 1170 Athens, Ga. 1963 N/A -Georgia 589 Athens, Ga. 1964 N/A -Georgia 581 Athens, Ga. 1965 3rd 596 Georgia 575 Athens, Ga. 1966 5th 893 LSU 854 Baton Rouge, La. 1967 5th-T (UGA) 916 LSU 872 Gainesville, Fla. 1968 4th 864 Florida 848 Knoxville, Tenn. 1969 DNP -Georgia 1099 Athens, Ga. 1970 7th 1153 Georgia 1105 Callaway Gardens, Ga. 1971 3rd 1125 Georgia 1099 Callaway Gardens, Ga. 1972 4th 1148 Georgia 1117 Callaway Gardens, Ga. 1973 2nd 1112 Florida 1099 Callaway Gardens, Ga. 1974 4th 1133 Florida 1104 Dothan, Ala. 1975 3rd-T (UF) 1125 Florida 1101 Dothan, Ala. 1976 2nd 1100 Auburn 1094 Decatur, Ala. 1977 2nd-T (UF) 1081 Georgia 1073 Decatur, Ala. 1978 6th 1195 Georgia 1142 Birmingham, Ala. 1979 1ST 876 ALABAMA 876 Birmingham, Ala. 1980 5th 899 Tennessee 884 Augusta, Ga. 1981 5th 889 Auburn 884 Augusta, Ga. 1982 3rd 884 Georgia 873 Augusta, Ga. 1983 2nd * 875 Georgia* 881 Augusta, Ga. 1984 9th 943 Mississippi 881 Augusta, Ga. 1985 4th 886 Florida 868 Florence, Ala. 1986 6th 905 LSU 871 Florence, Ala. 1987 3rd 877 LSU 869 Florence, Ala. 1988 9th 911 Georgia 854 Florence, Ala. 1989 6th-T (UK) 918 Florida 874 Louisville, Ky. 1990 3rd 872 Tennessee 866 Jackson, Miss. āĊĊāƫ ć0$ƫ ĉĉĂƫ (+.% ƫ ĉćĀƫ !/0ƫ+%*0Čƫ %//ċ 1992 4th-T (LSU) 881 Florida 876 St. Francisville, La. 1993 6th-T (UT) 890 Florida 847 Jacksonville, Fla. 1994 6th 887 Florida 860 Fairfield Glade, Tenn. 1995 4th 865 Arkansas 855 Nashville, Tenn. 1996 4th 874 Mississippi St. 859 Birmingham, Ala. 1997 6th 905 Mississippi St. 879 Opelika, Ala. 1998 12th 613 Georgia 567 Athens, Ga. 1999 8th 945 Florida 901 Lexington, Ky. 2000 7th 889 Georgia 852 Killian, Ala. 2001 4th 869 Georgia 841 Sea Island, Ga. 2002 9th 892 Auburn 857 Sea Island, Ga. 2003 6th 879 Florida 856 Sea Island, Ga. 2004 11th 889 Georgia 843 Sea Island, Ga. 2005 9th 908 Kentucky 875 Sea Island, Ga. 2006 3rd 849 Georgia 827 Sea Island, Ga. 2007 2nd 871 Tennessee 869 Sea island, Ga. 2008 1st 853 ALABAMA 853 St. Simons Island, Ga. 2009 6th 873 Georgia 849 St. Simons Island, Ga. 2010 12th 878 Georgia 844 Sea Island, Ga. Alabama’s Lowest SEC Chamionship Score: 54 holes: 853 in 2008 NOTE: From 1969-78 team title low 5 scores of 6 players; previously, 4 used; 1979-present, low 4 of 5*; Sudden Death

GOLF

SEC INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 āĊćĀƫ 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 āĊĈĊƫ 1980 1981 āĊĉĂƫ 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

Vincent D’Antoni Tulane Henry Castillo LSU Sonny Swift Georgia Henry Castillo LSU Earl Stewart LSU George Hamer Georgia Joe Moore LSU Albert Swann Georgia Tech Hal Spears Georgia John Owens Kentucky Griffin Moody Georgia BOBBY HILL ALABAMA Eddie Merrins LSU Eddie Merrins LSU Lester Kelly Georgia Dave Ragan Florida Tom Aaron Florida Tom Aaron Florida Bob Moser Georgia +5ƫ.!ƫ !+.#% Doug Essig LSU Howell Fraster LSU David Boyd Georgia Jim Gabrielsen Georgia Jack Oliver Georgia Bert Greene Tennessee B.R. McLendon LSU B.R. McLenden LSU B.R. McLenden LSU Steve Melnyk Florida Vaughn Moise LSU Tommy Valentine Georgia Jimmy McQuilliam Florida Mickey Mabry Tennessee Gary Koch Florida Gary Koch (Playoff) Florida Phil Hancock Florida Phil Hancock Florida Sam Trahan Florida Larry Rinker Florida 5*!ƫ!.*!/+ƫĨ(5+ûĩƫ ƫ  Rick Pearson Florida John Salamone LSU * 5ƫ0'%*/ƫ %//%//%,,% Dave Peege (Playoff) Mississippi Emlyn Aubrey (Playoff) LSU Peter Persons Georgia Chip SUllivan Mississippi David Tomas LSU Lan Gooch Mississippi Chris DiMarco (Playoff) Florida Mike Sposa Tennessee Jimmy Green Auburn Brian Gay (Playoff) Florida Guy Hill Florida Brian Gay Florida Bud Still Arkansas Graham Davidson Mississippi St. Bryant MacKellar Auburn Eric Ecker South Carolina Camilo Benedetti Florida Roland Thatcher Auburn Bryant Odom Georgia Camilo Benedetti Florida Brett Stegmaier Florida Brendon Todd Georgia David Skinns Tennessee Brett Stegmaier Florida Patton Kizzire Auburn MICHAEL THOMPSON ALABAMA Billy Horschel Florida Russell Henley Georiga

101


ALL-TIME LOW ROUNDS

63

Lars Brovold

Mason Rudolph Collegiate, 1st Round

Bud Cauley Hunter Hamrick Mark Harrell Gator Todd Nick Rousey Chip Deason

Linger Longer Invitational, 1st Round Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, 2nd Round Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, 2nd Round Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, 1st Round Tennessee Tournament of Champions, 2nd Round SEC Championship, 3rd Round

Hunter Hamrick Bud Cauley Michael Thompson Joseph Sykora Matthew Swan Clint Provost Lars Brovold Nick Rousey Jan Are Larsen Freeman Fite Jan Are Larsen Jan Are Larsen Chip Deason Chip Deason Steve Lowery

Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, 1st Round Ping/Golfweek Preview, 2nd Round SEC Championships, 3rd Round Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, 3rd Round Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions, 1st Round SEC Championships, 1st Round Jerry Pate National, 2nd & 3rd Rounds Conrad Rehling Invitational, 2nd Round Gator Invitational Gator Invitational, 2nd Round Matlock Intercollegiate, 1st Round Jerry Pate National, 3rd round Gator Intercollegiate, 2nd Round Gator Intercollegiate, 2nd Round

64

65

66

Bud Cauley Administaff Augusta State Invitational 1*0!.ĆŤ).%'ĆŤ !/0!.*ĆŤ!Ăź*%*#ĆŤ((ÄĄ)!.%ĆŤ+("ĆŤ(//%ÄŒĆŤÄ /0ĆŤ+1* ĆŤ Bud Cauley Jerry Pate National, 2nd Round Mark Harrell SEC Championships, 3rd Round 00$!3ĆŤ3*ĆŤ +..%/ĆŤ%((%)/ĆŤ *0!.+((!#%0!ÄŒĆŤÄ‚* ĆŤ+1* ĆŤ Matthew Swan Puerto Rico Classic, 1st Round Joseph Sykora Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, 3rd Round Michael Thompson Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, 3rd Round Matt Hughes Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, 2nd Round Mark Harrell Jerry Pate National, 1st Round Joseph Sykora Topy Cup U.S. vs. Japan, 2nd Round Michael Thompson Topy Cup U.S. vs. Japan, 2nd Round Michael Thompson NCAA Championships, 4th Round Mark Harrell NCAA Championships, 3rd Round Michael Thompson NCAA Championships, 3rd Round Joseph Sykora University Club Intercollegiate, 1st Round Clint Provost Jerry Pate National, 1st Round Mark Harrell Jerry Pate National, 1st Round !/(!5ĆŤ0!ĆŤ 1#1/0ĆŤ00!ĆŤ *2%00%+*(ÄŒĆŤÄ‚* ĆŤ+1* ĆŤ Nick Rousey Coca Cola Tourn. of Champs, 3rd Round Jan Are Larsen Gator Intercollegiate, 2nd Round Nick Rousey Jerry Pate National, 2nd Round Patrick Vadden Gator Intercollegiate, 3rd Round Marten Olander USA Japan Friendship, 1st Round Alan Pope Alabama Invitational, 1st Round Cecil Ingram Southern Junior Senior, 1st Round (Begins in 1981 when accurate records were recorded on individual rounds)

102

Sept. 16, 2002

March 26, 2010 Oct. 12, 2008 Oct. 8, 2007 Oct. 9, 2006 Oct. 22, 2001 April 20, 1997

Oct. 13, 2010 Sept. 29, 2008 April 20, 2008 Oct. 10, 2006 Sept. 12, 2005 April 16, 2004 Oct. 13-14, 2003 March 16, 2002 Feb. 12, 2000 Feb. 12, 2000 March 5, 1999 Oct. 20, 1998 Feb. 10, 1996 Feb. 18, 1995 1982

April 3, 2010 +2Ä‹ĆŤÄ‚Ä‚ÄŒĆŤÄ‚Ä€Ä€ÄŠ Oct. 12, 2008 April 20, 2008 ,.%(ĆŤÄˆÄŒĆŤÄ‚Ä€Ä€Ä‰ Feb. 29, 2008 Oct. 9, 2007 Oct. 9, 2007 Oct. 8, 2007 Oct. 8, 2007 Sept. 5, 2007 Sept. 5, 2007 June 2, 2007 June 1, 2007 June 1, 2007 Oct. 25, 2004 Oct. 11, 2004 Oct. 11, 2004 ,.%(ĆŤÄ†ÄŒĆŤÄ‚Ä€Ä€Äƒ Oct. 23, 2001 Feb. 10, 2001 Oct. 16, 2000 Feb. 11, 1996 Sept. 8, 1992 April 13, 1986 March 28, 1980

LARS BROVOLD

GATOR TODD

HUNTER HAMRICK

JOSEPH SYKORA

BUD CAULEY

MICHAEL THOMPSON

ALABAMA


TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS TEAM TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Year 1969 1971

INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Score * * * * * * ĵƫ 584 ĵƫ * 868 883 * 876 867 824 870 873 875

1994

Tournament Won Buckhaults Tournament Senior Bowl Tournament Tulane Invitational St. Andrews Intercollegiate Invitational Tupelo Invitational Maxwell Air Force Base Tournament !/0ƫ(+.% ƫ *2%00%+*(ƫ Alabama Intercollegiate !/0ƫ(+.% ƫ *2%00%+*(ƫ St. Andrews Intercollegiate Invitational Alabama Intercollegiate Alabama Intercollegiate St. Andrews Intercollegiate Invitational SEC Championship Southeastern Intercollegiate Alabama Intercollegiate Mississippi State Invitational Pan Handle Invitational SEC Championships (Tied) * lost in 1st hole of playoffs Memphis State Invitational ĵ+*ƫ%*ƫĂ* ƫ$+(!ƫ+"ƫ,(5+û/ Southeastern Invitational Dixie Intercollegiate Bent Brook Blazer Invitational UT Tournament of Champions

1996

The Nelson

874

1999 2000

The Matlock College of Charleston Invitational Hillman Robbins Intercollegiate Mason Rudolph Collegiate (Vanderbilt) Conrad Rehling Invitational (UA) Conrad Rehling Invitational (UA) Carpet Capital Intercollegiate Shoal Creek Intercollegiate Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate John Hayt Collegiate Championship Carpet Capital Collegiate Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate John Hayt Intercollegiate Puerto Rico Classic Schenkel E-Z-Go SEC Championships Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate (fall) NCAA Northeast Regional Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate (fall)

866 869 873 839 878 881 841 869 819 881 869 810# 873 854 849 853 830 874 273

1972

ƫ 1973 ƫ 1974 1975 1977 1979 1981 1982 1983

1985 ƫ 1992 1993

2001 2004 2005 2007

2008

2009 2010

Site Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. New Orleans, La. St. Andrews, Scotland Tupelo, Miss. Montgomery, Ala. !*/+(Čƫ(ċ Alexander City, Ala. !*/+(Čƫ(ċ St. Andrews, Scotland Alexander City, Ala. Alexander City, Ala. St. Andrews, Scotland Birmingham, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Destin, Fla. Augusta, Ga.

883

Memphis, Tenn.

871 870 862 872

Montgomery, Ala. Columbus, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. Knoxville, Tenn. Holston Hills Stanford (Calif.) G.C. Stanford, Calif. Lakeland,Fla. Kiawah Island, S.C Memphis, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Dalton, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Pontre Vedra Beach, Fla. Dalton, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. Pontre Vedra Beach, Fla. Rio Grande, Puerto Rico Statesboro, Ga. St. Simons Island, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. Galloway Township, N.J. Birmingham, Ala.

TOTAL UA TEAM TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS: 44 MOST TOURNAMENT WINS IN A SEASON: 6 in 2007-08 # School 54-hole record * No score Available

ALL-TIME TEAM LOW ROUND SCORE: 2007 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate

810 (270-268-272/810)

SEASON AVERAGES (RECORDS BEGIN 1978-78) TOP 12 SEASON SCORING AVERAGE LEADERS Players Bud Cauley Michael Thompson Lars Brovold Steve Lowery David Kirkpatrick Michael Thompson Bud Cauley Steve Lowery Hunter Hamrick Nick Rousey Clint Provost Griff Rudolph

GOLF

Tnmt. 9 10 12 8 13 12 10 8 12 12 11 10

Rds. 25 31 35 23 40 37 30 24 34 36 33 30

Str. 1,783 2213 2506 1648 2868 2660 2164 1732 2455 2601 2390 2178

Avg. 71.32 71.39 71.60 71.65 71.70 71.89 72.13 72.17 72.21 72.25 72.42 72.60

Yr. 2009-10 2007-08 2003-04 1981-82 1991-92 2006-07 2008-09 1980-81 2009-10 2000-01 2001-02 1983-84

Year 1952 1972 āĊĈĂƫ 1973

1974

1976 *1981 1982 *1982 1983 1984 1985* 1985* 1985* 1985 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 2002 2004 2007 2008

2009 2010 ƫ

Tournament Won Bobby Hill Tony Hollifield (*ƫ0!ƫ Tony Hollifield Rick Karbowski Jerry Pate Jerry Pate Jerry Pate Jerry Pate Alan Pate Tony Hollifield Mike Preston Steve Lowery Steve Lowery Steve Lowery Steve Lowery Steve Lowery Lee Rinker Griff Rudolph David McKenzie David McKenzie Kevin Strohman Griff Rudolph Sean Pacetti Spike McRoy David Kirkpatrick David Kirkpatrick Marten Olander Nick Rousey Lars Brovold Joseph Sykora Joseph Sykora Mark Harrell Matthew Swan Michael Thompson Bud Cauley Hunter Hamrick Hunter Hamrick Bud Cauley 1*0!.ƫ).%'ƫ Bud Cauley

Score Site SEC Championship 290/72 holes St. Andrews Intercollegiate Invitational !/0ƫ(+.% ƫ *2%00%+*( St. Andrews Intercollegiate Alabama Invitational 147 Alabama Intercollegiate 147 St. Andrews Intercollegiate 318/72 holes Ohio State Invitational Sun Bowl Festival All-Star Tournament Alabama Intercollegiate 212 Alabama Invitational Alabama Intercollegiate 214 Alabama Intercollegiate 204 Furman Invitational Dixie Intercollegiate 207 Hillman-Robbins Intercoll. 218 Southern Intercollegiate 209 New Orleans Classic 222 Alabama Intercollegiate 219 Southern Miss Invitational 223 Dixie Intercollegiate 224 Memphis State Invitational 216 Alabama Intercollegiate 206 Southeastern Invitational 212 Cajun Classic 219 Jerry Pate Invitational 221 Southeastern Invitational 212 Dixie Intercollegiate 213 Coca Cola/UT Tournament of Champions 200 UNC Franklin Street Partners Invitational 213 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate 199 Topy Cup/U.S. vs. Japan 202 Jerry Pate National Interocollegiate 198# Puerto Rico Classic 204 SEC Championship 208 U.S. Collegiate Championship 212 NCAA Northeast Regional 212 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate 65 Isleworth Collegiate Invitational 211 !/0!.*ƫ!ü*%*#ƫ((ġ)!.%*ƫ(//%ƫ ĂĀĂ Linger Longer Invitational 204

# School 54-hole record

TOTAL INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: 39 MOST MEDALISTS IN ONE SEASON: 4; 2007-08 and 2009-10 MOST INDIVIDUAL CAREER VICTORIES: Steve Lowery with 5

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

Player Cecil Ingram Steve Lowery Steve Lowery Lee Rinker 28 Griff Rudolph Griff Rudolph Darrell Jones Sean Pacetti Spike McRoy Spike McRoy Spike McRoy David Kirkpatrick David Kirkpatrick Marten Olander Marten Olander Chip Deason Chip Deason Chip Deason Brooks Friday Jan Are Larsen Freeman Fite Nick Rousey Clint Provost Lars Brovold Lars Brovold Mark Harrell Matthew Swan Michael Thompson Michael Thompson Bud Cauley Bud Cauley

Rds. 21 24 23 2093 24 24 21 20 29 34 33 30 40 38 35 30 34 33 29 33 32 36 33 33 35 39 36 37 31 30 25

Str. 1533 1732 1648 73.4 1742 1746 1560 1490 2191 2533 2442 2182 2868 2788 2579 2203 2478 2418 2201 2410 2377 2601 2390 2396 2506 2862 2616 2660 2213 2164 1783

Avg. 73.0 72.2 71.7 10 72.6 72.8 74.3 74.5 75.6 74.5 74.0 72.7 71.7 73.3 73.7 73.4 72.8 73.27 75.90 73.03 74.28 72.25 72.42 72.61 71.60 73.38 72.67 71.89 71.39 72.13 71.32

Tnmts. 8 8 8 8 8 7 8 14 12 11 10 13 11 12 10 12 11 10 12 11 12 11 12 12 13 12 12 10 10 9

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