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2013-2014 men’s hillcat Golf roster

Name

Cl.

Ht.

Wgt.

Hometown/Previous School

Tanner Alder

JR

5’6

220

South Ogden, Utah/Eastern Arizona College

Hagen Barmasse*

SO

6’1

185

Houston, Texas/Mayde Creek HS

Aaron Davis*

SO

5’11

235

JTulsa, Okla./Jenks HS

Henning Hogmoen

FR

5’9

150

Drobak, Norway/WANG Toppidrett

William Lecky

FR

6’2

180

Williamstown, Ontario, Canada/Char-lan District HS

Eric Moore

FR

5’10

143

Tulsa, Okla./Memorial HS

Thomas Reilly*

SO

5’9

155

Houston, Texas/James E. Taylor HS

Ryan Roberts

FR

6’2

150

Edmond, Okla./Edmond Memorial HS

Connor Schlegel

FR

6’1

160

Joplin, Mo./McAvley Catholic HS

Taylor Schoppa*

SO

6’3

155

Houston, Texas/Clements HS

Trevor Williams*

RS-SO

5’10

130

Mansfield, Texas/Mansfield HS

Austin Wride

FR

5’10

180

Colleyville, Texas/Grapevine HS

* Denotes returning player Head Coach: Lynn Blevins


GENERAL INFO

Contents

Letter from the President ............................................3 Letter from the Director of Athletics ............................4 About RSU..............................................................5-7 Hillcat Life Programs ...............................................8-9 Golf Coach Bio.........................................................10 Men’s Golf Outlook..............................................12-13 Men’s Golf Player Bios (Returners).......................14-15 Men’s Golf Player Bios (Newcomers) ...................16-18 2012-2013 Men’s Golf Season in Review ............19-20 2012-2013 Men’s Golf Team Results ........................21 All-Time Men’s Golf Career Stats.........................22-23 All-Time Men’s Golf Records ...............................24-27 Women’s Golf Outlook ........................................29-30 Women’s Golf Player Bios (Returners) .................31-32 Women’s Golf Player Bios (Newcomers)..............33-34 2012-2013 Women’s Golf Season in Review.......35-36 2012-2013 Women’s Golf Team Results...................37 All-Time Women’s Golf Career Stats .........................39 All-Time Women’s Golf Records ..........................40-42 About the Heartland Conference .........................44-45 Athletic Administration ..............................................47 Athletic Coaching Staff .............................................48 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee........................49 RSU Hillcat Information Services...............................50 RSU Hillcat Compliance ...........................................51 Hillcat Golf Facilities ............................................52-53 RSU Hillcat Traditions..........................................54-55

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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT We welcome you to another season of Hillcat golf, which promises to build upon the excellence we've seen in previous years. The development of our athletic programs mirrors the exciting changes that have occurred throughout the university with a distinguished list of recent milestones that includes: • Developing as Oklahoma’s fastest growing regional university during the past decade while still maintaining the personalized academic attention that’s become the university's hallmark; • Adding new academic programs to meet the needs of Oklahoma’s business and industry, including our first master’s degree program starting in fall 2014; • Constructing two student apartment communities and a dining hall (to open in fall 2014) that serve the Tulsa metropolitan area’s only residential, public university; • Expanding and remodeling academic facilities to provide students with up-to-date academic resources; and • Developing strong ties with the communities we serve in order to fulfill our mission of education and service. RSU’s rapid growth also extends to our intercollegiate athletics, which are a relatively new addition after being reintroduced to campus in 2005. In only a few short years, our Hillcat teams have become a vital component of the university’s DNA providing an infectious campus spirit and a strong connection to the community. The university and our students have invested in athletic facilities, including the new baseball/softball complex, Bushyhead Fieldhouse renovations, expansion and turf installation at Soldier Field and construction of soccer and cross country facilities on campus. We appreciate our entire student body for their support of these campus initiatives, including the student fees that funded the recently completed $4 million renovations of the soccer facilities and baseball/softball complex. Their support signals a strong vote of confidence in our athletic programs, but also represents their investment in the quality of life at Rogers State. This year, our Hillcats begin their first season of competition within the Heartland Conference in the NCAA Division II. We have appreciated the high priority these two organizations have placed on promoting healthy values, developing strong character traits, and encouraging academic achievement among all student-athletes. These are core values for RSU’s programs, and we work daily to impress them upon our student-athletes. We appreciate your interest in RSU athletics, and we look forward to another great season on the green.

Dr. Larry Rice

President Rogers State University

u Rogers State University became an accredited four-year university in 2000.

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LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Greetings from the Hill and welcome to the fifth season of Hillcat Golf! The RSU Athletic Department embarks on a new chapter during the 2013-14 campaign as the Hillcats enter the Heartland Conference and continue the NCAA Division II membership process. The RSU Men’s and Women’s Golf teams have continuously improved since the program’s inception in 2009. Last season, Coach Lynn Blevins’ squads finished the Hillcats tenure in the NAIA ranked in the Top 25. We are very proud of our Men’s and Women’s Golf team’s accomplishments and are excited to see what the future holds for both programs as we enter a new chapter in our storied history. The support given by the community has played a large role in the success of our Golf program and the Hillcat Athletic Department as a whole. We look to continue that success while raising the bar in 2013-14. Thank you for your continued support of Hillcat Athletics.

Ryan Erwin

Director of Athletics Rogers State University

u RSU Athletics Director Ryan Erwin, his wife Kristy and their children Gage(3) and Gentry (1) joined the Hillcat family in September 2013.

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ABOUT RSU

u RSU offers a wide variety of bachelor’s and associate degrees.

Rogers State University: A Great Oklahoma Higher Education Success Story

Rogers State University holds a historic position in the annals of Oklahoma higher education. Since RSU was accredited as a four-year university in 2000, enrollment has increased by more than 60 percent, earning RSU the title of Oklahoma's fastest-growing regional university A dynamic, progressive university with nearly 4,300 students, RSU is widely recognized for its high-quality academic programs, distance learning options and high-technology learning environment. RSU is the only public four-year, residential university in the Tulsa metropolitan area. RSU offers a wide variety of bachelor's and associate degrees. Innovative new bachelor's degrees include applied technology, environmental conservation, military history, sport management and game development. In fall 2014, the university will begin its first graduate degree program, a master’s of business administration. Many students from northeast Oklahoma who plan to attend medical school complete their undergraduate studies through RSU's program in medical/molecular biology. And RSU enjoys a statewide reputation for academic excellence in its nursing program.

Distinguished Academic Achievements 

RSU received continued accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools without further required evaluation for 10 years - a rarity in higher education in Oklahoma and a major accomplishment achieved by few universities. This is truly a testament to the high academic quality of RSU. RSU participates in The Washington Center Internship Program, a nationally recognized program placing students with private, public, and nonprofit organizations in Washington, D.C. Students participating in the semester-long internship earn college credit while they gain "real world" experience within their field of interest and interact with influential leaders and policymakers. RSU is one of only three universities in Oklahoma to participate in this prestigious program.

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ABOUT RSU Most RSU faculty members hold doctoral degrees or the highest degrees available in their fields from esteemed institutions across the nation, including Princeton University, Duke University and the University of Oklahoma.

A major expansion and renovation of Baird Hall on the Claremore campus was completed in 2010. The new Baird Hall has doubled in size and contains many of the leadingedge features associated with higher learning today, including classrooms equipped with Smart Boards, a performance studio, an art gallery and an outdoor classroom for learning outdoors on sunny days.

The university’s Honors Program provides an atmosphere where scholars can challenge themselves academically to maximize their college experience through specialized courses, student/faculty joint research projects, and a strong emphasis on service learning in the community.

RSU opened in September 2011 a new student apartment community that doubles the number of students living on the main campus in Claremore. The $11.5 million project accommodates up to 255 students in a three-level facility, located across the street from the present university apartments. The new 87,118-square-foot complex is located just west of Soldier Field. A new student dining hal will open on campus in fall 2014.

The President's Leadership Class (PLC), a four-year scholarship program that fosters personal and professional development, was designed for RSU students who have demonstrated leadership abilities. RSU also offers study abroad programs in Italy and Wales through the University's Studies-at-Large Program. The international study programs provide students with opportunities to see the world, learn about other cultures, and enrich their educational experience.

Stratton Taylor Library, which opened in 2004, features distinguished collections, wireless Internet, study areas, reading rooms, computer stations and classrooms.

A Brief History of RSU

Growth in Learning Facilities 

RSU was founded in 1909 as Eastern University Preparatory School in Claremore. The school prepared the daughters and sons of area residents to attend college. Historic Preparatory Hall, known for its iconic gold dome, was the first building on the school's campus.

The Centennial Center, which opened in 2009, has become the centerpiece of the main campus in Claremore. This twolevel, 50,000-square-foot facility combines student development programs under one roof, serves as a central location for students to study and socialize and provides a focal point for the RSU campus in Claremore. The facility also offers ballrooms, conference centers, and meeting rooms for the community.

However, the school closed only a few years after it opened. Taking its place was the storied Oklahoma Military Academy (OMA), which operated on the Hill from 1919 to 1971.

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ABOUT RSU

u RSU is Oklahoma’s fastest growing regional university.

Known as the “West Point of the Southwest,” OMA has an extensive register of graduates who became great leaders, both in military and civilian life. More than 2,500 OMA graduates served in the Armed Forces of the United States during World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. More than 100 graduates gave their lives in service to their country. In 1971, OMA closed and Claremore Junior College opened on the Hill, serving more than 400 students. The junior college grew rapidly in the 1970s, and by the time it was renamed Rogers State College in 1982, the institution boasted a variety of associate degree programs, distance learning capabilities, a new radio and television station and intercollegiate athletics. In 1999, the Oklahoma Legislature renamed the institution Rogers State University and charged it with seeking accreditation as a four-year university. Accreditation at the baccalaureate level was granted in 2000. RSU offers a wide variety of bachelor's degree programs to students on campuses in Claremore, Bartlesville, Pryor and online.

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HILLCAT LIFE PROGRAMS

u Over 120 student-athletes have graduated over the last six years.

Academic Development

The Hillcat Academic Center is located in the basement of Bushyhead Fieldhouse. There, student-athletes have access to a full computer lab with a printer and a classroom that can be utilized for study-hall as well as individual study. Academic advising for all student-athletes is available in the office of the Assistant Athletic Director for Student Development. Counseling for choosing a major and advising for course enrollment are provided, as well as help in obtaining a faculty advisor for those that have chosen a major. Tutors are available for most subjects by athletic department academic tutors in one-on-one or group sessions. Additional tutoring is available through individual academic departments. Hillcat Athletics requires study hall for all freshman and first semester transfer students to attend per week. Weekly study hall time thereafter is required as determined by cumulative GPA.

NCAA Compliance Training

Hillcat student-athletes are educated about NCAA rules and regulations. Including the NCAA regulations of practice and play seasons, outside competition and tryouts, commercial endorsements, boosters, student host recruiting and progress towards a degree.

Hillcat LIFE Programs

The Hillcat LIFE programs are designed to promote student-athletes’ success off the field or court. Each year, RSU introduces a variety of programs to enrich the college experiences of its student-athletes, helping them avoid potential pitfalls and giving them information useful when making important life decisions. The following are some examples of Hillcat LIFE programs: Habitudes for Athletes Habitudes for Athletes is a character-based leadership training program designed to prepare athletes for successful participation in team sports as well as life off the playing field. The Habitudes curriculum uses powerful images to teach important character and leadership principles in an epic fashion that is both engaging and memorable. As a result, the athletes are equipped and empowered to develop healthy life skills that will positively impact their lives.

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HILLCAT LIFE PROGRAMS

u Athletics has become an integral part of the campus community, with student-athletes serving as leaders on the field, in the classroom, and in the community.

Social Media Training Rogers State educates and prepares student-athletes to make a positive impact through social media. RSU helps studentathletes understand the risk involved with using social media poorly both currently and in the future. Through social media training athletes are educated of the opportunities of social media in developing themselves for the workplace. Student-athletes learn the impact of current social media interaction can have on their job search. Drug and Alcohol Counseling Student-athletes are made aware of the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. They are given examples of athletes with promising futures who failed to reach their potential due to drug/alcohol abuse. Dangers of Gambling Student-athletes are warned about the dangers of gambling addictions and also are warned against gambling on collegiate athletics, which is a violation of NCAA rules. Community Engagement  Rogers State athletic teams develop relationships with charities and community organizations throughout Claremore and surrounding communities to build relationships with community members. Organizations Hillcat teams have worked with include: TOPSoccer, Safenet, Rogers County Youth Services, Claremore Sequoyah Elementary, First Baptist Church Recovery Program, Claremore’s Westside Elementary, Catoosa Special Olympics, the Claremore Community Center’s Blast program, Operation Christmas Child, Claremore Nursing Home and Inola Elementary. Hillcat teams also took part in Rogers State Univeristy’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service events serving at a Habitat for Humanity site clearing debris and at the Claremore Veterans Center playing Bingo.In the 2012 fall semester, Hillcat athletic teams combined to work over 900 hours with community organizations.

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LYNN BLEVINS - HEAD GOLF COACH of Oklahoma, the University of Florida and the University of Iowa over a 15-year period before transitioning to the private golf business sector in 1994. He led the Gators to an SEC Championship in 1985 and spurred the Hawkeyes to a Big 10 crown in 1992. Now, after a 15-year hiatus, Blevins returns to his coaching roots to develop a brand new program.

Former Southeastern Conference and Big 10 Conference Coach of the Year Lynn Blevins enters his fifth season as the head men’s and women’s golf coach at Rogers State University.

Blevins served as the Director of Golf Operations at Scissortail Golf Club in Verdigris, Okla. from 2008-2010. As President and CEO of the Buffalo Golf Group, Inc., Blevins has overseen the construction, start up and management operation of five golf courses over the past 15 years.

In just four years, Blevins has developed the Hillcats into a nationally recognized program as his men’s team earned NAIA Coaches’ Top 25 Poll recognition ranking No. 18 in the preseason and receiving votes in the final poll of 2012. That same year the RSU women finished the season receiving votes while also capturing the program’s first team title.

Blevins began his coaching career at his alma mater where he led the University of Oklahoma men’s golf program from 197981. He spent the next seven years at the University of Florida, directing the Gators to a third place finish at the 1985 NCAA Championship after claiming the SEC title earlier that season. Blevins moved to the University of Iowa in 1990 and won a Big 10 Championship in 1992.

Under the tutelage of Blevins, Bradley Phelps (2012) and Preston Bartley (2013) earned All-Sooner Athletic Conference team honors. Blevins brings over 15 years of head coaching experience at the NCAA Division I level to the Hillcats. He guided the men’s golf programs at the University

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MEN’S GOLF OUTLOOK For Rogers State men’s golf an influx of new faces has come together with a new mentality for the Hillcats as the 2013-14 season gets underway.

“So far in qualifying, Henning has by far been the number one player. It’s been a huge surprise, I knew he had the potential, but I hadn’t seen him other than on video,” Blevins said of the Norway native. “So it’s really, really good that he has shown and done all of that.”

With five golfers returning from last year’s squad Head Coach Lynn Blevins is looking to redshirt sophomore Trevor Williams to provide leadership in his third season on The Hill. “I think we finally have some leadership. A coach can only be so many things,” said the Hillcat head coach. “I think Trevor being in his third year brings leadership and knowledge of how we do things. We have some upperclassmen leadership pushing the young players along.”

“Will Lecky is from Canada and has already through five rounds of qualifying been solid and impressed me with his golf game,” said Blevins. “He has great work ethic and competitiveness. It is only going to make us better because of the competitiveness.” Ryan Roberts and Austin Wride will look to make an impact as freshman for coach Blevins’ squad. Roberts was an All-State selection at Edmond Memorial High School after a fourth place team finish at the Oklahoma Class 6A State Tournament. Wride was a four-year varsity member of the Grapevine High School golf team, helping the Mustangs to a District Championship as he shot a final round 69. He was an All-District selection and posted the tournament low round.

Hagen Barmasse is back after averaging a score of 78.21 as a freshman, totaling two rounds under par in his 14 rounds of tournament play. Jenks, Okla. native Aaron Davis returns for his sophomore campaign after appearing in just four tournaments last season. He averaged a versus par score of 5.55 and shot a low round 69 in the third round of the U.C. Ferguson Classic. Two other sophomores, Thomas Reilly and Taylor Schoppa, return after a combined four tournament appearances a season ago.

Not only does the addition of seven new players bring new faces but also a new mentality according to coach Blevins, “It’s important to them. It’s a completely different attitude this year. I’ve always said the difference between when I first started coaching and now, it bothers me that winning doesn’t excite kids and losing doesn’t bother them. This group it does and I’m excited from that stand point.”

Blevins is excited with the addition of seven newcomers to the roster including transfer Tanner Alder. A junior this season, Alder has already assumed a leadership role for the Hillcats this year. “Tanner Alder has already made a big difference in our program. He has a goal and is very focused on it,” said Blevins of the Eastern Arizona College transfer. “Tanner has really stepped up and he leads with his actions and is a really, really good kid.”

Tulsa, Okla. native Eric Moore, a First Tee Future Leaders Forum attendee, joins the Hillcats as a freshman this year. Moore played alongside PGA Professional Corey Pavin at the famous Pebble Beach Golf Course during the First Tee Future Leaders Forum. Connor Schlegel, a Joplin, Mo. native, was an All-District and All-State selection as a junior and senior at McAvley Catholic High School. Schlegel is one of six freshmen on the Hillcat roster this year.

A pair of international players have coach Blevins excited about the group of newcomers. Henning Hogmoen, a native of Norway, had four top 20 finishes as a senior, including a win at the Ostfoldmester Huseby Championship shooting a five-under-par, 65. Williamston, Ontario, Canada native William Lecky joins the Cats after three top five finishes as a senior at Char-lan District High School.

HAGEN BARMASSE

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MEN’S GOLF OUTLOOK

u Trevor Williams looks to provide leadership for the Hillcats in the 2013-14 season.

Blevins stressed the depth of the team this year, “From top to bottom, one through five, we are way deeper. Our fourth and fifth guys will be interchangeable with one and two so we are just going to be way more consistent than we have ever been.” The Hillcats begin the 2013-14 campaign on the road at the Ryan Palmer Foundation Invitational in Amarillo, Texas at Tascosa Country Club September 16-17. Coach Blevins understands the importance of every shot with the number of talented teams crowding the field of this season’s tournament schedule.

The fall schedule includes trips Durant, Okla., Sherwood, Ark. and Garland, Texas. The spring slate will begin February 10-11 at the Jack Brown Memorial at Laredo Country Club in Texas. The Cats will travel south of the Red River the following two weeks for the San Antonio Shootout and Crawford Wade Invitational before wrapping up the season in late March and early April in Arkansas.

“Last year we were finishing in the bottom half of tournaments. We have got to eliminate mental mistakes and realize that one shot can make a difference,” explained Blevins. “That if four or five guys make that mistake it can cost the team four or five places. I hope these guys will be more competitive day in and day out and be more consistent.”

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MEN’S GOLF PLAYER BIOS - RETURNERS

Age: 19 Class: Sophomore Height: 6’1 Weight: 185

Hometown: Houston, Texas High School: Mayde Creek HS Previous School: None Major: Sport Management

About: Barmasse posted scores in five tournaments for the Hillcats as a freshman including a 149 (+5) 14th place finish at the UST Mamiya Texas Intercollegiate in March 2013. He posted a low round of 70 (-1) in the opening round of the 2013 NAIA Contender tournament at TPC Four Seasons in Irving, Texas. He joined the Hillcat Golf team after a successful career at Mayde Creek High School. Among his prep accomplishments was beating current teammate and fellow sophomore Thomas Reilly in the TJGT I-10 Junior Championship played at the River Ridge Golf Club in December of 2011. Barmasse shot 77-72—149 to capture medalist honors. As a junior at Mayde Creek High School he spent the entire season on the varsity team and was named to the academic honor roll. Barmasse said he likes to hang out with friends and play golf. He chose RSU “for the golf and the sport management program.”

HAGEN

BARMASSE

Age: 19 Class: Sophomore Height: 5’11 Weight: 235

Hometown: Tulsa, Okla. High School: Jenks HS Previous School: None Major: Undecided

About: Davis appeared in four tournaments for the Hillcats as a freshman in 2012-13. He tallied scores of 70 (-1) and 69 (-2) in the U.C. Ferguson Classic his first collegiate golf action finishing tied for 26th. Davis came to RSU from Jenks High School where he played three years for the Trojans. In his senior season he finished third at the Class 6A State Regional while helping the Trojans to a third place team finish in the Class 6A State Championship. He had six top 10 finishes in high school including a second place individual finish at the Ada Invitational and sixth place at the Edmond North Tournament his senior year. As a junior Davis helped the Trojans to a second place team finish. He also won the Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour event at Lincoln Park posting scores of 71-68. His sophomore year he won four times on the OJGT, finished third at the state regionals and again helped Jenks to a second place team finish in the state championship. He chose RSU because “it’s a great place to grow as a student and golfer.”

AARON

DAVIS

Age: 20 Class: Sophomore Height: 5’9 Weight: 155

Hometown: Houston, Texas High School: James E. Taylor HS Previous School: None Major: Business Management

About: Reilly returns for his sophomore season for the Hillcats after competing in three tournaments for RSU as a freshman. He posted a collegiate career low round of 72 (+1) at the 2012 U.C. Ferguson Classic. Reilly tied for 60th out of the 74 player field helping the Cats to a sixth place finish. He joined RSU from James E. Taylor High School in Houston, Texas. As a prep senior he claimed all-district while shooting low scores of 72 and 71. He captured the club championship at Willow Fork Country Club. He was a top five golfer throughout his high school career playing on the varsity squad. In his junior year he helped lead his high school team to a third place finish at district. That same year he once again claimed the Willow Fork Country Club championship. Reilly said he chose RSU because “it is a good school and has a good golf program.”

THOMAS

REILLY

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MEN’S GOLF PLAYER BIOS - RETURNERS

Age: 20 Class: Sophomore Height: 6’3 Weight: 155

Hometown: Houston, Texas High School: Clements HS Previous School: None Major: Game Development

About: Schoppa returns to the Hill following a freshman season in which he saw action in one tournament for the Hillcats. He came to the Hill from Clements High School in Houston, Texas where he was a four year letter winner. His best finish was a 14th place finish out of 260 golfers as he shot 71-74 his senior season at Clements. Schoppa was named Co-MVP of the Clements golf team. As a junior he helped lead Clements to a state championship appearance while becoming the first junior to receive the sportsmanship award, originally a senior award. Schoppa said he chose RSU to “play golf and get a degree in my desired study.”

TAYLOR

SCHOPPA

Age: 20 Class: RS Sophomore Height: 5’10 Weight: 133

Hometown: Mansfield, Texas High School: Mansfield HS Previous School: None Major: Business Information of Technology

About: Williams returns for the Hillcats after competing in two tournaments as a redshirt freshman. He shot a personal season best of 73 (+1) in the opening round of the 2012 Northwood Fall Shootout. Williams spent the 2011-12 campaign, his first season on the Hill, redshirting for RSU. Williams joined RSU from Mansfield High School where he was a member of a Texas State Championship team. He is the son of Tina and Dennis Williams. He said he chose RSU because “The campus was nice and seemed really awesome. I also liked coach Blevins.”

TREVOR

WILLIAMS

u Freshman William Lecky will look to make a splash in his first season as a Hillcat.

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MEN’S GOLF PLAYER BIOS - NEWCOMERS

Age: 18 Class: Freshman Height: 6’2 Weight: 180

Hometown: Williamston, Ontario, Canada High School: Char-lan District HS Previous School: None Major: Business Management

About: Lecky comes to the Hill after collecting a few impressive awards in the Canadian High School ranks. He posted three stellar top-five finishes during his final year at Char-lan District High School. His top five finishes came in the Eastern Ontario High School Championships, Ontario Open, and the OUGA Junior Districts posting scorecards in the 70’s each contest. William collected a fourth place finish in the Ontario Track Championships in the Pole Vault with a height of 14 feet. He chose RSU because “it’s a great school with a great coach and golf program.”

WILLIAM

LECKY

Age: 18 Class: Freshman Height: 5’9 Weight: 150

Hometown: Drobak, Norway High School: WANG Toppidrett Previous School: None Major: Business Administration

About: Hogmoen comes from Norway to join the Hillcats after very respectable finishes in the junior ranks. Henning had four top-20 finishes during his senior season including a win at the Ostfoldmester Huseby Championship with a (-5) 65. In his junior season he tallied a second place finish at the National Junior Singles Championships with a (-3) 68. Henning said he chose Rogers State for “Coach Blevins and the great golf opportunities.”

HENNING

HOGMOEN

Age: 18 Class: Freshman Height: 5’10 Weight: 180

Hometown: Colleyville, Texas High School: Grapevine HS Previous School: None Major: Business

About: Wride comes to Rogers State after a stellar prep career as a varsity golfer all four years at Grapevine High School. In his junior season, Wride led the Mustang golf team to a District Championship winning by seven strokes as he posted a final round score of 69. That landed him on the All-District golf team as he posted the tournament low round. His senior season Wride compiled multiple top-five finishes and made second team All-Region. He said “I chose RSU because they are up and coming with a good program and a good coach.”

AUSTIN

WRIDE

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MEN’S GOLF PLAYER BIOS - NEWCOMERS

Age: 20 Class: Junior Height: 5’6 Weight: 220

Hometown: South Ogden, Utah High School: Booneville HS Previous School: Eastern Arizona College Major: Business Management

About: Alder transfers to the Hill from Eastern Arizona College. His freshman year was spent at Bellevue University where he compiled five top 10 finishes and made an appearance in the NAIA Regional Championship. The next season Alder was a member of the Monster Golf team at Eastern Arizona College where he had a stellar sophomore season. Named a PING All-American and All-Conference selection, he finished with four top-10 finishes leading him to a NJCAA National Championship Appearance. He was on the honor roll with a 3.5 GPA and chose RSU because he “believes RSU and Coach Blevins are an important step to get where I want to be with my education and golf.”

TANNER

ALDER

Age: 18 Class: Freshman Height: 5’10 Weight: 143

Hometown: Tulsa, Okla. High School: Tulsa Memorial HS Previous School: None Major: Information Technology

About: Moore joines RSU after leading Tulsa Memorial to many post season appearances during his four year varsity career. Winning the Conference Championship his freshman year with a score of 77 and following that season up with a State Tournament appearance his sophomore year. The Chargers, led by Moore, would go on to finish second in the conference his junior season making the State Tournament once again. His senior season, Moore got the opportunity to compete in the First Tee Future Leaders Forum playing the famous Pebble Beach golf course alongside PGA professional Corey Pavin. Moore chose RSU “to represent Hillcat golf and become an efficient student athlete.”

ERIC

MOORE

u In his first year on the Hill, Austin Wride will look to make an impact.

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MEN’S GOLF PLAYER BIOS - NEWCOMERS

Age: 19 Class: Freshman Height: 6’1 Weight: 160

Hometown: Joplin, Mo. High School: McAvley Catholic Previous School: None Major: Business

About: Schlegel comes to the Hill after lettering four years on the varsity golf team at McAvley Catholic High School. He earned All-District and All-State honors his junior and senior seasons. In those two seasons he helped lead McAvley Catholic to two top five finishes in the Conference Tournament. He made the Horton Smith Cup team and collected team MVP honors both years. The son of Phil and Kim Schlegel, Connor chose RSU because “it is a place I can grow as a student and be involved with a great golf program.”

CONNOR

SCHLEGEL

Age: 18 Class: Freshman Height: 6’2 Weight: 150

Hometown: Edmond, Okla. High School: Edmond Memorial HS Previous School: None Major: Business

About: Roberts comes to the Hill after a decorated senior season at Edmond Memorial High School. Under Coach Scott McDonald, Roberts helped the Bulldogs finish in the top 15 at Regionals, and a fourth place finish at the State Tournament. As a senior he was selected to the All-State golf tournament. He said he chose RSU because of the “good fit for me, loved the campus and liked Coach Blevins.”

RYAN

ROBERTS

u Thomas Reilly appeared in three tournaments as a freshman last year.

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2012-2013 MEN’S GOLF SEASON IN REVIEW

u Coach Lynn Blevins led the Hillcats to an NAIA Postseason Coaches’ Poll No. 22 ranking.

October began with a ninth place finish for the Hillcats at the Texoma Championship at Chickasaw Point Golf Resort in the 14 team field. Owens set the pace for RSU finishing in a tie for 17th while Davis finished 21st including a team best even-par 72. Later that month RSU grabbed a tenth place finish at the Northwood Tangle Fall Shootout at Tangle Ridge Golf Club finishing with a 24-over par, 888 in the three-round affair. Owens yet again led the way for RSU as the Fort Gibson, Okla. Native shot even par for the tournament to finish tied for 15th.

In 2012-13, the Rogers State men’s golf team closed the final season as a member of the NAIA ranked No. 22 in the Coaches’ Postseason Top 25 Poll. Despite not making the NAIA National Championship, the Hillcats made a strong finish as members of the Sooner Athletic Conference. Coach Lynn Blevins’ squad finished third in the SAC Championship, led by senior Preston Bartley who carded a three-over par 73 in the final round to finish third individually. Bartley, a Copan, Okla. Native, earned All-Sooner Athletic Conference honors with the top five finish.

The spring slate saw RSU claim eighth place at the 2013 Claud Jacobs Intercollegiate Invitational as Bartley shot a 228, threeround tournament total for a 17th place finish including a best round of 75. Finishing three spots back was senior Tanner Owens who improved each round finishing with a 229 tournament card for 20th place on February 18th.

The Hillcats finished just two strokes out of second place behind No. 11-ranked Wayland Baptist as Oklahoma City University claimed the team title. The strong finish matched what was a strong start for the Cats in the Fall of 2012 as RSU finished eighth in the 13 team field at the U.C. Ferguson Classic at Lincoln Park Golf Course in Oklahoma City. The Hillcats moved up one spot in the final round of play shooting a three-day best 278 finishing ahead of SAC foe Oklahoma Baptist. Bartley fired a 65 as three Hillcat golfers posted under par scores on the final round at the par 71 course. Tanner Owens finished tied for 15th while freshman Aaron Davis finished tied for 26th on the 6,576 yard course.

A week later Blevins’ squad improved by 18 strokes from the first round to round two of the shortened San Antonio Shootout. The stroke a hole turnaround by the Cats resulted in a fifth place finish after dangerous wind conditions shortened the tournament to just two rounds of action. Owens led the way once again for the Cats shooting a tournament total 152 to tie for seventh including a one-over par 73 in the final round.

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2012-2013 MEN’S GOLF SEASON IN REVIEW March saw the Hillcats finish 11th in the 2013 NAIA Contender at TPC Four Seasons in Irving, Texas. After shooting 303-319 on the opening day the Cats fired a third and final round 321. Hagen Barmasse led RSU shooting a one-under par, 70 in the opening round and finished tied for 19th. A week later the Hillcats claimed an eighth place finish in the 13 team field in the UST Mamiya Texas Intercollegiate at Hawks Creek Golf Course. RSU trailed No. 2-ranked Oklahoma City University by three strokes for seventh place following the final round of action. Freshmen Hagen Barmasse and Garrett Fey led RSU shooting duplicate rounds of 76-73—149 as the pair tied for 16th on the par 72, 6,893 yard course. An even-par 72 for Tanner Owens was followed by a 79 in the final round for a tie of 22nd. In the final tune-up prior to the SAC Championship the Hillcat men tied future Heartland Conference foe Newman University for seventh with a team tournament 923 total. Preston Bartley led RSU with a top 10 finish as he tied for ninth shooting a 225 tournament total. Garrett Fey tied at 21st, seven strokes ahead of teammate Tanner Owens who penciled a 237 tournament card and tie for 48th. Five Hillcats are set to return for the 2013-14 season as seniors Tanner Owens and Preston Bartley saw their collegiate careers come to a close. Owens, a four-year member of the Hillcat golf team, finishes his career with a program high 36 tournament appearances and finished with an average score of 75.75 in 89 rounds competed. A three-year member of the RSU golf team, Bartley holds the program record low round of 65, six-under par, twice in his career. First in the first round of the 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic during the 2011-12 season and then again this season in the third round of the U.C. Ferguson Classic.

u In his senior season, Tanner Owens competed in 25 rounds tal lying a team best average score versus par of 4.24.

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2012-2013 MEN’S GOLF TEAM RESULTS

u The Hillcat men claimed a Top 3 finish at the 2013 Sooner Athletic Conference Championship.

Scores Date 09/17-18 10/01-02 10/29-30 02/17-18 02/25-26 03/04-05 03/11-12 03/18-19 04/22-23

Tournament U.C. Ferguson Classic Texoma Championship Northwood Fall Shootout Claude Jacobs Invitational San Antonio Shootout 2013 NAIA Contender UST Mamiya TX Intercollegiate Midwestern State Invitational Sooner Athletic Conference

Name Tanner Owens Preston Bartley Garrett Fey Aaron Davis Hagen Barmasse Mark Healy Trevor Williams Thomas Reilly Taylor Schoppa

Yr  SR SR FR FR FR FR SO FR FR

No Tour 9 8 9 4 5 4 2 3 1

No Rds. 25.0 23.0 25.0 11.0 14.0 10.0 5.0 9.0 2.0

Avg.     Score     75.76 76.57 76.84 77.27 78.21 79.70 80.80 80.78 85.00

Finish  6-11 9-13 10-15 8-12 5-12 11-14 6-11 T7-15 3-7 Vs.  Par  4.24 5.09 5.32 5.55 6.86 8.30 8.80 9.11 14.00

1 290 311 298 308 323 303 308 306 311 Low Rd. 68 65 71 69 70 76 73 72 83

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In   60s  2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

285 310 297 308 305 319 303 299 308

2 278 309 293 304

Total 853 930 888 920 628 943 611 923 927

321 318 308

Par or better 6 2 2 3 2 0 0 0 0

Fin. Pct. 70.6% 57.2% 57.4% 40.7% 58.4% 46.4% 16.7% 12.9% NAN %

Wins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Par 284 288 288 288 288 284 288 288 280 Best Fin. T 7 3 T 10 21 T 14 T 19 T 51 T 60 %1000


ALL-TIME MEN’S GOLF CAREER STATS Team Season: National Ranking  Season   2011-12 2012-13 2010-11 2009-10

Coach Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins

Team Season: Wins  Season   2010-11 2011-12

Coach Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins

Ranking  23 26 46 59

Tournaments 11 11

Player: Low Round vs Par   

Season   2012-13 2011-12 2009-10 2010-11 2012-13 2011-12 2012-13 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12

Name Preston Bartley Preston Bartley Joel Smith Jared Ward Tanner Owens Bradley Phelps Tanner Owens Bradley Phelps Mariano Newton Tanner Owens Aaron Davis Max Rosen Landon Morgan Bradley Phelps Tanner Owens Tanner Owens

Player: Low Round                            

Season 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2012-13 2011-12 2011-12 2009-10 2012-13 2012-13 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11

Name Preston Bartley Preston Bartley Jared Ward Tanner Owens Bradley Phelps Tanner Owens Joel Smith Aaron Davis Tanner Owens Bo Sarratt Bradley Phelps Mariano Newton Max Rosen Preston Bartley Bo Sarratt Landon Morgan Mariano Newton

Wins  3 1

Tournament                      U.C. Ferguson Classic 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic 2009 LCU Fall Invitational SWCU Collegiate Invitational U.C. Ferguson Classic Oklahoma Christian Intercoll. Northwood Fall Shootout Sooner Athletic Conference Sooner Athletic Conference MACU Tournament U.C. Ferguson Classic Oklahoma Christian Intercoll. U.C. Ferguson Classic Sooner Athletic Conference Northwood Fall Shootout Sen. Eddie Lucio Invitational

Rd  3 1 1 1 1 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 1 3 1 2

Score  65 65 68 67 68 68 69 69 69 68 69 69 69 70 70 70

Tournament U.C. Ferguson Classic 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic SWCU Collegiate Invitational U.C. Ferguson Classic Oklahoma Christian Intercoll. MACU Tournament 2009 LCU Fall Invitational U.C. Ferguson Classic Northwood Fall Shootout MACU Tournament Sooner Athletic Conference Sooner Athletic Conference Oklahoma Christian Intercoll. MACU Tournament SWCU Collegiate Invitational U.C. Ferguson Classic SWCU Collegiate Invitational

Rd 3 1 1 1 2 2 1 3 3 1 2 3 2 2 1 1 1

Score  65 65 67 68 68 68 68 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69

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vsPar  -6 -6 -4 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3 -2 -2 -2 -2 -2 -2 -2


ALL-TIME MEN’S GOLF CAREER STATS Team: Low Round                              

Season   2012-13 2010-11 2012-13 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11

Coach Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins

Tournament                      U.C. Ferguson Classic SWCU Collegiate Invitational U.C. Ferguson Classic Northwood Fall Shootout Oklahoma Christian Intercoll. 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic Sooner Athletic Conference MACU Tournament Sooner Athletic Conference Natural State Golf Classic U.C. Ferguson Classic Sooner Athletic Conference U.C. Ferguson Classic MACU Tournament U.C. Ferguson Classic

Team: Low Round vs Par                            Season   2012-13 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2012-13 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12 2009-10 2012-13 2010-11 2012-13 2010-11 2009-10

Coach                 Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins

Tournament                      U.C. Ferguson Classic Northwood Fall Shootout Sooner Athletic Conference SWCU Collegiate Invitational U.C. Ferguson Classic Oklahoma Christian Intercoll. 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic Natural State Golf Classic U.C. Ferguson Classic Sooner Athletic Conference UST Mamiya TX Intercollegiate 2009 LCU Fall Invitational Northwood Fall Shootout Sooner Athletic Conference U.C. Ferguson Classic U.C. Ferguson Classic 2009 LCU Fall Invitational

Rd  3 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 2 3

Score  278 280 285 285 285 286 286 287 287 287 287 287 290 290 290

Rd  3 1 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 3 3 1 1 3 2

Score  278 285 287 280 285 285 286 287 287 291 291 292 293 286 290 290 294

vsPar  -6 -3 -1 E +1 +1 +2 +3 +3 +3 +3 +4 +5 +6 +6 +6 +6

Honors & Awards                        

2010-11 Sooner Athletic Conference Golfer of the Week Tanner Owens – April 11-17, 2011 2011-12 All-Sooner Athletic Conference Bradley Phelps 2012-13 All-Sooner Athletic Conference Preston Bartley u Preston Bartley became the second Hillcat in program history to earn AllSooner Athletic Conference honors in 2012-13.

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ALL-TIME MEN’S GOLF RECORDS

u Henning Hogmoen joins the Hillcats for the 2013-14 season from Norway and looks to make a splash after coming from across the pond.

2009-2010 SOUTH CENTRAL KANSAS FALL  INVITATIONAL Dates: 09/21-09/22, 2009 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6463 Fin./School/Scores 1. Southwestern College: 311/304/615 2. Rogers State U.: 314/303/617 3. Oklahoma Baptist U.: 308/314/622 4. Seminole State CC: 311/313/624 5. Bethany College KS: 317/320/637 6. Bethel College - KS: 318/320/638 7. Northwestern OK St.: 332/316/648 8. Sterling College: 330/320/650 9. Ottawa U. (KS): 333/320/653 10. Friends University: 340/325/665 11. OK Panhandle State U: 335/336/671 12. Central Christian: 359/342/701 13. Western Oklahoma CC: 345/360/705 14. Kansas Wesleyan U.: 366/345/711 RSU SCORES T4. Brandon Jackson: 75/78/153 T4. Preston Bartley: 80- 73/153 T9. Chad Currie: 77/77/154 T16. Nathan Erwin: 82/75/157 T37. Joel Smith: 83/80/163

DOYLE WALLACE CLASSIC

Dates: 02/22-02/23, 2010 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6852 Fin./School/Scores 1. Arkansas Tech Univ. 304- 302—606 2. Drury University 304- 303—607 3. Henderson St. Univ. 310- 302—612 4. East Central Univ. 303- 310—613 5. Delta State U. 310- 304—614 6. Harding University 310- 313—623 7. Rogers State U. 312- 317—629

8. Arkansas-Monticello 318- 313—631 9. Ouachita Baptist U. 322- 315—637 10. John Brown Univ. 331- 331—662 11. Christian Brothers U 339- 329—668 RSU SCORES T19. Brandon Jackson 75- 80—155 T23. Tanner Owens 78- 78—156 T32. Bo Sarratt 78- 82—160 T41. Joel Smith 86- 77—163 T 47. Preston Bartley 81- 84—165

UST TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE

Dates: 03/14-03/15, 2010 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6847 Fin./School/Scores 1. Oklahoma City U. 281- 280—561 2. Abilene Christian U. 284- 280—564 3. Sam Houston St. U. 277- 292—569 4. Oklahoma Christian U 286 -291—577 5. Texas Wesleyan U. 292- 287—579 6. Northwood U. - TX 287- 297—584 7. Southern Nazarene U. 297- 288—585 8. Texas Wesleyan Gold 296- 297—593 T9. Our Lady of the Lake 297- 302—599 T9. Lee University 301- 298—599 11. Oklahoma Baptist U. 298- 303—601 12. Southwestern College 303- 302—605 13. Southwest, Univ of 299- 309—608 14. Rogers State U. 310- 302—612 15. Texas @ Brownsville 313- 307—620 16. Lubbock Christian U. 310- 320—630 17. Bethany College KS 312- 325—637 18. John Brown Univ. 321- 325—646 RSU SCORES T34. Nathen Erwin 76- 73—149 T46. Tanner Owens 75- 76—151 T61. Bo Sarratt 78- 77—155 T76. Brandon Jackson 84- 76—160 T78. Chris Brown 81- 80—161

NORTHWOOD SPRING INVITATIONAL Dates: 04/05-04/06, 2010 Round: 3 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-7042 Fin./School/Scores 1. Southern Nazarene U. 305- 310- 306—921 2. Northwood U. - TX 302- 310- 310- 922 3. Oklahoma Baptist U. 320- 325- 300—945 4. Rogers State U. 320- 319- 313—952 5. Our Lady of the Lake 309- 329- 317—955 6. Bethany College KS 308- 318- 331—957 7. Southwest, Univ of 319- 318- 324—961 8. William Carey Uni. 325- 329- 333—987 9. Northwood White 340- 343- 331—1014 RSU SCORES 11. Bo Sarratt 82- 74- 78—234 T12. Preston Bartley 80- 79- 78—237 T16. Tanner Owens 80- 82- 77—239 26. Nathen Erwin 80- 84- 80—244 T39. Joel Smith 80- 94- 82—256

U.C. FERGUSON CLASSIC

Dates: 04/12-04/13, 2010 Round: 3 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 71-6137 Fin./School/Scores 1. Oklahoma City U. 292- 271- 285—848 2. Oklahoma Christian U 282- 288- 283—853 3. Southern Nazarene U. 298- 286- 291—875 4. CSU-San Marcos 291- 295- 299—885 5. Okla. City Black 297- 293- 297—887 6. Our Lady of the Lake 298- 298- 297—893 7. Oklahoma Baptist U. 303- 301- 300—904 8. Rogers State U. 305- 302- 300—907 9. So. Nazarene White 308- 307- 307—922 10. Southwestern Christi 307- 307- 316—930 11. John Brown Univ. 317- 300- 320—937 12. Bethany College KS 321- 306- 312—939 13. Mid-America Christ. 319- 306- 326—951 14. Bacone College 366- 341- 359—1066

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RSU SCORES T25. Joel Smith 75- 79- 72—226 T27. Tanner Owens 75- 79- 73—227 T33. Bo Sarratt 78- 75- 76—229 T33. Preston Bartley 79- 71- 79—229 T48. Nathen Erwin 77- 77- 81—235

SOONER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Dates: 04/19-04/20, 2010 Round: 3 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 70-6586 Fin./School/Scores 1. Oklahoma City U. 275- 274- 285—834 T2. Oklahoma Christian U 281- 280- 289—850 T2. Wayland Baptist U. 289- 278- 283—850 T2. Southern Nazarene U. 284- 273- 293—850 5. Lubbock Christian U. 289- 286- 310—885 6. Oklahoma Baptist U. 291- 299- 298—888 7. Rogers State U. 313- 287- 305—905 8. Mid-America Christ. 315- 303- 317—935 9. John Brown Univ. 313- 317- 310—940 10. Northwestern OK St. 334- 314- 332—980 RSU SCORES T29. Tanner Owens 73- 73- 79—225 T29. Joel Smith 79- 70- 76—225 T32. Nathen Erwin 81- 72- 74—227 T35. Bo Sarratt 80- 73- 77—230 T39. Preston Bartley 81- 72- 78—231

2010-2011 SWCU COLLEGGIATE INVITATIONAL  Dates: 09/07 - 09/07, 2010 Round: 1 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 70-6305 Fin./School/Scores 1. Southern Nazarene U. 2. Rogers State U. 3. Oklahoma Baptist U. 4. SW'ern Christian

278 280 282 283


ALL-TIME MEN’S GOLF RECORDS 5. Mid-America Christ. 6. Sterling College 7. Northwestern OK St. 8. Oklahoma Wesleyan U. 9. Central Baptist 307 10. Bacone College 11. Central Christian RSU SCORES T2. Jared Ward 67 T6. Bo Sarratt T6. Mariano Newton T40. Collin Turner T46. Tanner Owens

286 287 302 305 316 317 69 69 75 77

12th ANNUAL NSU GOLF CLASSIC

Rounds: 2 Dates: 9/20-21/10 FINAL RESULTS Par 71 Rank/Team/Scores/Total/Par 1. Central Oklahoma 275-289—564 2. Central Missouri 285-286—571 3. Our Lady of the Lake 285-290—575 4. St. Mary's (Texas) 280-296—576 5. Newman 287-291—578 T6. Northeastern State 282-300—582 T6. St. Edward's (Texas) 285-297—582 8 Washburn 285-298—583 9 Missouri Western 290-295—585 T10 Southeastern Okla. State 292-295—587 T10 West Texas A&M 291-296—587 12 Dallas Baptist 292-296—588 13 East Central 297-292—589 14 Central Oklahoma 2 290-302—592 15 Rogers State 293-302—595 16 Fort Hays State 295-302—597 17 Missouri Southern 295-306—601 18 Lincoln 297-305—602 19 Arkansas Tech 298-306—604 20 Incarnate Word 291-315—606 21 Upper Iowa 311-305—616 22 Pittsburg State 315-308—623 23 Oklahoma Panhandle State 316-316—632 RSU SCORES T12. Tanner Owens 70- 73—143 T41. Bo Sarratt 72- 75—147 T60. Jared Ward 74- 75—149 T105. Mariano Newton 79- 79—158 T107. Chris Brown 77- 82—159

U.C. FERGUSON CLASSIC         

Tournament Dates: 09/27 - 09/28, 2010 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 71-6576 Fin./School/Scores 1. Oklahoma City U. 279- 274- 278—831 2. Oklahoma Christian U. 282- 280- 287—849 3. Shorter University 289- 286- 276—851 4. Southern Nazarene U. 291- 287- 279—857 5. Western Texas CC 287- 281- 291—859 6. St. Thomas Univ. - FL 286- 283- 291—860 T7. Northwood U. - TX 296- 271- 303—870 T7. Our Lady of the Lake 287- 297- 286—870 9. Rogers State U. 287- 295- 290—872 10. Point Loma Nazarene 293- 294- 293—880 11. SW'ern Christian 307- 298- 291—896 12. Mid-America Christ. 309- 296- 306—911 13. John Brown Univ. 324- 304- 311—939 RSU SCORES T17. Landon Morgan 69-73-70—212 T36. Tanner Owens 70-75-74—219 T38. Bo Sarratt 76-73-71—220 T46. Mariano Newton 74-74-75—223 T61. Jared Ward 74-76-77—227

NORTHWOOD Fall Shootout        Tierra Verde G.C. Cedar Hill, TX Tournament Dates: 10/25 - 10/26, 2010 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6975 Fin./School/Scores 1. Texas Wesleyan U. 293-286—579 2. Southern Nazarene U. 299-298—597 3. Texas @ Brownsville 314-295—609 4. Our Lady of the Lake 312-299—611 5. Oklahoma Baptist U. 310-302—612 6. Wayland Baptist U. 302-313—615 7. Bethany College KS 322-302—624 8. Rogers State U. 313-320—633 9. Northwood U. - TX 326-312—638 10. Southwest, Univ of 314 326—640 11. Lubbock Christian U. 342 319—661 RSU SCORES T25. Bo Sarratt 76-81—157 T30. Jared Ward 79-79—158 T38. Tanner Owens 87-74—161 T42. Collin Turner 77-86—163 T49. Landon Morgan 81-86—167

SEN. EDDIE LUCIO INVITATIONAL Dates: 02/20-02/21, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6931 Fin. School Scores 1. Texas Wesleyan U. 317- 311—628 2. Our Lady of the Lake 323- 316—639 T3. Lubbock Christian U. 329- 317—646 T3. Texas @ Brownsville 328- 318—646 5. Houston - Victoria 341- 310—651 6. Trinity University 336- 327—663 7. Rogers State U. 337- 330—667 8. Texas Pan American 338- 334—672 T9. Texas @ Brownsville 364- 323—687 T9. Northwood U. - TX 343- 344—687 11. Texas A&M Internat. 364- 375—739 RSU SCORES 15. Tanner Owens 80- 83—163 T33. Bo Sarratt 86- 83—169 T39. Mariano Newton 90- 81—171 T39. Nick Bulla 88- 83—171 42. Jared Ward 83- 89—172

CRAWFORD-WADE INVITE         

Tanglewood Resort Pottsboro, TX Tournament Dates: 02/27 - 03/01, 2011 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6536 Fin./School/Scores 1. Texas A&M-Commerce 300-292-304—896 2. Harding University 315-310-295—920 3. East Central Univ. 299-316-307—922 4. Rogers State U. 323-305-304 –932 5. Incarnate Word, U of 320-305-308—933 6. SE Oklahoma State 319-315-304—938 7. Southern Arkansas U. 325-308-318—951 8. Ouachita Baptist U. 327-315-319—961 9. Ashford University 355-363-331—1049 RSU SCORES T12. Tanner Owens 78-80-75—233 15. Landon Morgan 85-74-75—234 T16. Mariano Newton 80-75-80—235 T25. Bo Sarratt 87-76-76—239 30. Jared Ward 80-83-78—241

UST MAMIYA TX INTERCOLLEGIATE

NATURAL STATE GOLF CLASSIC

OKWU SPRING INVITATIONAL

Sooner Athletic Conference

Dates: 03/13-03/14, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6847 Fin./School/Scores 1 Oklahoma Christian U 281 282 563 2 Abilene Christian U. 280 299 579 3 Sam Houston St. U. 292 291 583 4 Southern Nazarene U. 295 298 593 5 Our Lady of the Lake 288 306 594 6 Indian Hills CC 291 306 597 7 Oklahoma City U. 291 309 600 8 Lubbock Christian U. 300 304 604 9 Texas Wesleyan U. 305 300 605 10 Texas @ Brownsville 299 316 615 11 Southeastern Univ. 299 317 616 12 TxWes Gold 308 316 624 13 Rogers State U. 315 314 629 14 Dodge City CC 306 332 638 15 Southwestern College 314 328 642 RSU SCORES T 29 Landon Morgan 71 80 151 T 58 Tanner Owens 81 76 157 T 63 Mariano Newton 82 76 158 76 Bo Sarratt 81 82 163 T 79 Nick Bulla 82 84 166

Dates: 03/28-03/29, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6516 Fin./School/Scores 1 Rogers State U. 309 300 609 2 SW'ern Christian 320 325 645 3 Sterling College 321 325 646 4 Seminole State CC 314 334 648 5 Hannibal-LaGrange 317 334 651 6 Mid-America Christ. 321 337 658 7 Northwestern OK St. 337 335 672 8 Oklahoma Wesleyan U. 338 343 681 9 Bacone College 367 348 715 10 Central Christian 384 392 776 11 Rhema 409 397 806 RSU SCORES T 1 Bo Sarratt 80 72 152 T 1 Mariano Newton 75 77 152 T 3 Tanner Owens 80 74 154 T 3 Jared Ward 77 77 154 T 11 Nick Bulla 77 82 159

OBU SPRING INVITE

Dates: 04/04-04/05, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 71-6860 Fin./School/Scores 1 Rogers State U. 328 313 641 2 Oklahoma Baptist U. 331 315 646 3 Mid-America Christ. 345 311 656 4 Seminole State CC 349 310 659 5 John Brown Univ. 342 322 664 6 SW'ern Christian 340 332 672 DNF Northwestern OK St. 365 DNF RSU SCORES T 2 Bo Sarratt 81 76 157 4 Tanner Owens 79 79 158 T 10 Mariano Newton 84 78 162 13 Landon Morgan 84 80 164 T 22 Jared Ward 89 82 171

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Dates: 04/11-04/12, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS ** Playoff Winner Par-Yardage: 71-6451 Fin./School/Scores 1 Rogers State U. 287 296 583 2 Delta State U. 300 288 588 3 Arkansas Tech Univ. 296 297 593 4 Arkansas-Fort Smith 307 294 601 5 Harding University 303 305 608 6 Blue Mt. College 306 305 611 7 Henderson St. Univ. 309 304 613 8 Arkansas-Monticello 319 301 620 9 Harding B 313 312 625 10 Christian Brothers U 316 314 630 11 Ouachita Baptist U. 326 307 633 12 Lyon College 328 312 640 13 Southern Arkansas U. 319 327 646 14 Freed-Hardeman 329 321 650 15 Hendrix College 335 334 669 RSU SCORES T 2 Tanner Owens 74 71 145 T 4 Bo Sarratt 72 74 146 T 4 Mariano Newton 70 76 146 T 4 Landon Morgan 71 75 146 T 41 Jared Ward 76 83 159

Dates: 04/26-04/27, 2011 Round: 3 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 70-6637 Fin./School/Scores 1 Oklahoma City U. 287 279 292 858 2 Oklahoma Christian U 284 287 295 866 3 Southern Nazarene U. 293 284 297 874 4 Lubbock Christian U. 286 292 299 877 T 5 Oklahoma Baptist U. 291 298 301 890 T 5 Rogers State U. 286 298 306 890 7 Wayland Baptist U. 305 295 293 893 8 Mid-America Christ. 319 302 312 933 9 John Brown Univ. 328 323 334 985 10 Northwestern OK St. 336 337 334 1007 RSU SCORES T 7 Landon Morgan 71 74 73 218 T 21 Bo Sarratt 73 72 77 222 T 23 Tanner Owens 70 75 78 223 T 30 Mariano Newton 72 77 80 229 39 Jared Ward 81 80 78 239

2011-2012 MACU TOURNAMENT

Dates: 09/12-09/13, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS ** Playoff Winner Par-Yardage: 70-6505 Fin./School/Scores 1 Rogers State U. 287 290 577 2 SW'ern Christian 293 296 589 3 Central Baptist 301 294 595 4 Mid-America Christ. 294 304 598 5 Northwestern OK St. 297 316 613 6 John Brown Univ. 311 312 623 7 Oklahoma Wesleyan U. 324 324 648 RSU SCORES 2 Preston Bartley 73 69 142 3 Tanner Owens 75 68 143 T 5 Bo Sarratt 69 76 145 T 9 Bradley Phelps 70 77 147 T 22 Josh Bernard 79 77 156


ALL-TIME MEN’S GOLF RECORDS 13TH ANNUAL NSU GOLF CLASSIC

Dates: 09/26-09/27, 2011 Round: 3 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 71-6665 Fin./School/Scores 1 Central Oklahoma 291 279 276 846 2 Arkansas-Fort Smith 286 283 287 856 3 Northeastern St. U. 286 283 299 868 4 Dallas Baptist U. 288 291 292 871 5 Our Lady of the Lake 284 295 295 874 6 Washburn University 288 291 296 875 7 Rogers State U. 286 295 295 876 8 East Central Univ. 287 300 295 882 9 Central Missouri 296 289 298 883 10 Newman University 294 298 295 887 T 11 Southern Nazarene U. 284 301 304 889 T 11 West Texas A & M 303 296 290 889 13 Fort Hays State Univ 295 301 298 894 14 SW Okla State 297 297 305 899 15 Missouri Western St. 304 297 305 906 16 St. Mary's U. (TX) 317 299 293 909 17 Pittsburg State 310 304 305 919 18 Missouri Southern St 317 315 302 934 19 Southwest Baptist 319 314 315 948 RSU SCORES 6 Preston Bartley 65 70 76 211 T 22 Bo Sarratt 72 75 72 219 T 44 Tanner Owens 74 75 74 223 T 49 Bradley Phelps 75 76 73 224 T 89 Jared Ward 79 75 83 237

NORTHWOOD FALL SHOOTOUT

Tangle Ridge GC Cedar Hill, TX Championship Dates: Oct 24 - Oct 25 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6,835 Pos. Team/Player Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Total 1 Our Lady of the Lake 296 292 293 881 2 Texas Wesleyan 289 298 296 883 3 Rogers State U. 285 299 301 885 T4 Southwestern College 286 295 306 887 T4 Houston-Victoria 291 294 302 887 6 Oklahoma Baptist U. 294 292 303 889 T7 Bethany College KS 290 299 310 899 T7 Lubbock Christian Univ. 298 303 298 899 9 Northwood (Texas) 295 305 304 904 10 Faulkner University 294 300 313 907 11 Texas @ Brownsville 298 308 313 919 12 Northwood (Texas) 310 305 306 921 13 St. Thomas 312 313 310 935 14 Texas Univ of-Dallas 319 320 325 964 RSU SCORES 5 Tanner Owens (3) 70 73 73 216 T9 Bo Sarratt (2) 71 76 73 220 T19 Preston Bartley (1) 72 75 78 225 T25 Josh Bernard (5) 74 76 77 227 T29 Bradley Phelps (4) 72 75 81 228

OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN INTERCOLL.

Dates: 10/31-11/01, 2011 Round: 3 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 71-6698 Fin./School/Scores 1 Oklahoma Christian U 278 281 291 850 2 Grand View Univ. 283 283 290 856 3 Oklahoma City U. 290 284 289 863 4 Northwood U. - TX 297 288 296 881 5 Lee University 286 289 307 882 6 Rogers State U. 294 285 304 883 7 Southern Nazarene U. 293 291 301 885 8 Wayland Baptist U. 294 289 304 887 9 Oklahoma Christian I 294 302 298 894 T 10 Our Lady of the Lake 289 286 326 901

T 10 Oklahoma City II 304 293 304 901 T 10 Marian University IN 291 305 305 901 13 Bellevue NB 310 304 314 928 RSU SCORES T 12 Bradley Phelps 70 68 79 217 T 12 Max Rosen 76 69 72 217 T 30 Bo Sarratt 73 73 77 223 T 49 Tanner Owens 75 75 78 228 65 Preston Bartley 79 78 77 234

SEN. EDDIE LUCIO INVITATIONAL Dates: 02/19-02/20, 2012 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6931 Fin./School/Scores 1 Texas @ Brownsville 295 289 584 2 Rogers State U. 299 295 594 3 Schreiner University 297 308 605 4 St. Thomas - TX 297 323 620 5 Texas A&M Internat. 321 325 646 RSU SCORES T 1 Tanner Owens 72 70 142 T 4 Bradley Phelps 73 74 147 12 Bo Sarratt 78 73 151 15 Mariano Newton 77 78 155 16 Kevin Foley 77 79 156

SAN ANTONIO SHOOT-OUT

Dates: 02/27-02/28, 2012 Round: 3 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 71-6928 Fin./School/Scores 1. Oklahoma Christian U 290- 283- 295—868 2. Texas Wesleyan U. 289- 291- 290—870 3. Oklahoma City U. 308- 298- 295—901 T4. CSU-San Marcos 302- 305- 299—906 T4. The Master's College 301- 301- 304—906 6. Wayland Baptist U. 311- 295- 309—915 7. Our Lady of the Lake 319- 296- 301—916 8. Southern Nazarene U. 299- 318- 303—920 9. Lubbock Christian U. 306- 310- 305—921 10. Northwood U. - TX 313- 314- 307—934 11. Rogers State U. 318- 313- 306—937 12. Houston - Victoria 323- 312- 320—955 RSU SCORES T29. Tanner Owens 79- 76- 76—231 T29. Bradley Phelps 73- 85- 73—231 T35. Mariano Newton 80- 74- 79—233 62. Preston Bartley 86- 86- 78—250 63. Kevin Foley 90- 78- 85—253

WYNDHAM SPRING INVITATIONAL

TPC Four Seasons Irving, TX Championship and Tournament FINAL RESULTS  Dates: Mar 05 - Mar 06 Teams with Players - Round 3 1. Oklahoma Christian 283- 291- 299—873 T2. Oklahoma City 286- 300- 299—885 T2. Southern Nazarene U. 293- 289- 303—885 4. Texas Wesleyan 295- 297- 298—890 5. Rogers State U. 295- 301- 302—898 6. Johnson & Wales (Fla.) 301- 299- 305—905 7. St. Thomas Univ. -FL 298- 307- 306—911 8. Grand View University 298- 307- 311—916 9. Northwood (Texas) 307- 313- 310—930 10. Houston-Victoria 303- 331- 306—940 11. Southeastern Univ. 296- 323- 322—941 12. St. Thomas 307- 310- 325—942 13. Texas-Pan American 313- 317- 315—945 14. Westminster Coll.-UT 315- 313- 328—956 15. Texas @ Brownsville 320- 315- 324—959

RSU SCORES T7. Bradley Phelps 70- 73- 77—220 18. Tanner Owens 73- 74- 78—225 T19. Josh Bernard 77- 76- 73—226 36. Bo Sarratt 79- 78- 74—231 T37. Max Rosen 75- 79- 79—233

UST MAMIYA TX INTERCOLLEGIATE Dates: 03/11-03/12, 2012 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS ** Playoff Winner Par-Yardage: 72-6847 Fin./School/Scores ** 1. Oklahoma City U. 286- 281—567 2. Oklahoma Christian U 286- 281—567 3. Southern Nazarene U. 279- 292—571 4. Texas Wesleyan U. 286- 289—575 5. Abilene Christian U. 289- 293—582 6. Indian Hills CC 291- 293—584 7. Our Lady of the Lake 289- 299—588 8. Texas Wesleyan JV1 288- 303—591 9. Rogers State U. 291- 302—593 10. Lubbock Christian U. 299- 300—599 11. Southwestern College 313- 291—604 12. Texas @ Brownsville 298- 307—605 13. Northwood U. - TX 308- 302—610 14. Berry College 298- 318—616 15. Texas Wesleyan JV2 303- 317—620 16. St. Thomas - TX 308- 314—622 RSU SCORES T16 Tanner Owens 72- 72—144 T26 Josh Bernard 72- 74—146 T49 Max Rosen 72- 79—151 T58 Bradley Phelps 75- 78—153 T77 Bo Sarratt 79- 78—157

MIDWESTERN STATE INVITATIONAL Dates: 03/19-03/20, 2012 Round: 1 FINAL RESULTS ** Playoff Winner Par-Yardage: 71-6822 Fin./School/Scores ** 1. Arkansas Tech Univ. 298 2. St. Edward's U. 298 T3. Cameron University 300 T3. Midwestern State 300 5. West Texas A & M 304 6. East Central Univ. 306 T7. Rogers State U. 308 T7. Arkansas-Fort Smith 308 T7. Nebraska - Omaha 308 T7. Northeastern St. U. 308 T11. Newman University 311 T11. Dallas Baptist U. 311 T11. Missouri Western St. 311 T11. Pittsburg State 311 15. Incarnate Word, U of 312 16. Henderson St. Univ. 315 17. Texas A&M-Commerce 316 18. St. Mary's U. (TX) 322 19. Missouri Southern St 328 RSU SCORES T21. Bradley Phelps 76 T21. Mariano Newton 76 T30. Bo Sarratt 77 T55. Tanner Owens 79 T68. Josh Bernard 80

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CENTRAL OKLAHOMA INVITATIONAL Dates: 04/03-04/04, 2012 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS  Par-Yardage: 72-7091 Fin./School/Scores 1. St. Edward's U. 290- 297—587 2. Oklahoma Christian U 294- 295—589 3. Central Oklahoma 298- 297—595 4. Colorado St-Pueblo 303- 305—608 5. Washburn University 306- 303—609 6. Northeastern St. U. 308- 303—611 7. West Texas A & M 306- 309—615 8. Fort Hays State Univ 298- 323—621 9. Arkansas-Fort Smith 310- 312—622 10. SE Oklahoma State 312- 312—624 11. Newman University 314- 313—627 T12. East Central Univ. 313- 315—628 T12. SW Okla State 321- 307—628 14. Dallas Baptist U. 315- 315—630 15. Rogers State U. 323- 309—632 16. Missouri Southern St 329- 317—646 17. Missouri Western St. 328- 322—650 RSU SCORES T39. Bo Sarratt 79- 77—156 T58. Tanner Owens 77- 82—159 T58. Mariano Newton 85- 74—159 T70. Josh Bernard 84- 77—161 T82. Bradley Phelps 83- 81—164

SOONER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

The Rawls Course Lubbock, TX FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-7,323 Dates: Apr 23 - Apr 24 Fin./School/Scores 1. Oklahoma City 283- 280- 272—835 2. Oklahoma Christian 286- 295- 283—864 3. Wayland Baptist 288- 288- 291—867 4. Lubbock Christian Univ. 286- 296- 292—874 5. Southern Nazarene U. 290- 292- 295—877 6. Rogers State U. 306- 291- 287—884 7. Oklahoma Baptist U. 296- 288- 307—891 Pos. Team/Player (seed) Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Total 8. Northwestern OK St. 316- 316- 306—938 9. Mid-America Christ. 329- 323- 318—970 10. John Brown Univ. 329- 323- 326—978 RSU SCORES 4. Bradley Phelps 73- 69- 70—212 T22. Mariano Newton 79- 75- 69—223 T25. Bo Sarratt 76- 75- 74—225 T30. Tanner Owens 81- 72- 74—227 36. Josh Bernard 78- 76- 79—233

2012-2013 U.C. FERGUSON CLASSIC

Dates: 09/17-09/18, 2012 FINAL RESULTS  Round: 3 Par-Yardage: 71-6576 Fin./School/Scores 1. Bellevue University 279- 273- 267—819; 2. Oklahoma Christian 275- 281- 270—826; 3. Oklahoma City 273- 276- 283—832; 4. Our Lady of the Lake 277- 279- 285—841; 5. Oklahoma City Black 280- 275- 288—843; 6. Oklahoma Christian W 287- 282- 278—847; 7. Cal. State-San Marcos 279- 284- 286—849; 8. Rogers State 290- 285- 278—853; 9. Southern Nazarene 285- 292- 280—857; 10. Oklahoma Baptist 283- 291- 284—858; 11. Lubbock Christian 294- 286- 285—865; 12. Northwood U. - Texas 294- 289- 300—883 13. Southwestern Christian 304- 295- 301—900


ALL-TIME MEN’S GOLF RECORDS 9. Texas @ Brownsville 305- 312- 304—92 1 10. Grand View University 302- 324- 301—927 11. Saint Thomas Univ., Houston 310- 309- 309—928 12. Houston-Victoria 321- 309- 311—941 RSU SCORES T17. Preston Bartley 76- 75- 77—228 T20. Tanner Owens 78- 76- 75—229 T31. Mark Healy 78- 78- 76—232 T41. Hagen Barmasse 76- 84- 76—236 T53. Garrett Fey 83- 79- 79—241

SAN ANTONIO SHOOTOUT

Dates: 02/24-02/26, 2013 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS  Par-Yardage: 72-6826 Fin./School/Scores 1. Oklahoma City U. 312- 295—607 2. Oklahoma Christian U 317- 291—608 3. Our Lady of the Lake 322- 287—609 4. Johnson & Wales U-FL 320- 296—616 5. Rogers State U. 323- 305—628 6. St. Thomas - TX 328- 306—634; 7. Lubbock Christian U. 336- 300—636 8. Southwestern College 319- 319—638 T9. Texas @ Brownsville 330- 309—639 T9. Northwood U. - TX 333- 306—639 T11. Texas Pan American 342- 302—644 T11. OK Christian II 325- 319—644 13. Houston - Victoria 340- 308—648 RSU SCORES T7. Tanner Owens 79-73—152 T16. Garrett Fey 79 -76—155 T36. Preston Bartley 84- 76—160 T38. Mark Healy 81- 80—161 T51. Trevor Williams 85- 81—166

u Tanner Alder is being counted on to lead the Hillcats in his first year on the Hill. RSU SCORES T15. Tanner Owens 68- 72- 70—210; T26. Aaron Davis 75 -70- 69—214; T31. Preston Bartley 74- 76- 65—215; T47. Garrett Fey 74 -71- 74—219; T60. Thomas Reilly 74- 72- 79—225;

NORTHWOOD FALL SHOOTOUT      

Tangle Ridge GC Grand Prairie, TX Tournament Dates: 10/29 - 10/30, 2012 FINAL RESULTS  Par-Yardage: 72-6835 Fin./School/Scores 1. Texas Wesleyan U. 293- 276-293-- 862 T2. CSU-San Marcos 289-293-281—863 TEXOMA CHAMPIONSHIP T2. Northwood U. – TX 292-275-296-863 Dates: 10/01-10/02, 2012 4. The Master's College 292-290-290-872 Round: 3 5. Oklahoma Baptist U. 293-288-293-874 FINAL RESULTS  6. Lubbock Christian U. 288-290-298-876 Par-Yardage: 72-7085 7. Wayland Baptist U. 294-290-296-880 Fin./School/Scores 8. Our Lady of the Lake 303-280-299-882 1. Oklahoma Christian 296- 287- 289—872 9. Texas @ Brownsville 289-294-301-884 2. Southwestern Okla. State 303- 290- 295—888 10. Rogers State U. 298-297-293-888 3. Northwood Univ. - Texas 298- 300- 296—894 T11. Bethany College KS 300-291-298-889 4. Newman University 305- 310- 291—906 T11. Southwestern College 300-297-292-889 5. Paris CC 305- 304- 301—910; 13. St. Thomas – TX 303-295-293-891 6. West Texas A&M 305- 303- 303—911 14. Ashford University 290-298-305-893 7. Southeastern Okla. State 309- 305- 304—918 15. Houston – Victoria 301-307-301-909 8. Arkansas Tech 310- 316- 303—929 RSU SCORES 9. Rogers State 311- 310- 309—930 T15. Tanner Owens 72-75-69—216; 10. Sterling College 309- 314- 310—933 T42. Garrett Fey 78-73-72—223; 11. Texas A&M-Commerce 310- 321- 307—938 T55. Preston Bartley 75-74-78—227; 12. Southeastern Okla. State JV 321- 327- 310—958 T73. Aaron Davis 82-75-74—231; 13. Arkansas-Monticello 327- 326- 330—983 T81. Trevor Williams 73-80-85—238 14. Southern Arkansas 329- 335- 346—1010 RSU SCORES T17. Tanner Owens 74- 75- 77—226 CLAUDE JACOBS INVITATIONAL 21. Aaron Davis 77- 72- 79—228 Sunday February 17, 2013 - Monday February 18, T42. Garrett Fey 79- 80- 77—236 2013 T55. Preston Bartley 81- 83- 78—242 Victoria Country Club Victoria, TX T64. Thomas Reilly 83- 88- 77—248 FINAL RESULTS 

2013 NAIA CONTENDER

TPC Four Seasons Irving, TX Tournament 2012/13 Dates: Mar 04 - Mar 05 FINAL RESULTS  Par-Yardage: 71-6,687 Fin./School/Scores 1. Texas Wesleyan 283- 291- 312—886 2. Oklahoma Christian 291- 303- 316—910 3. Johnson & Wales (Fla.) 308- 305- 308—921 T4. Oklahoma City 305- 303- 314—922 T4. Our Lady of the Lake 303- 298- 321—922 6. Grand View University 302- 301- 328—931 7. Wayland Baptist 306- 301- 326—933 8. Northwood (Texas) 303- 315- 316—934 9. Lubbock Christian Univ. 303- 313- 321—937 10. Saint Thomas Univ., Houston 310- 319- 312—941 11. Rogers State U. 303- 319- 321—943 12. Oklahoma Baptist U. 320- 316- 313—949 13. Texas @ Brownsville 317- 318- 333—968 14. Houston-Victoria 322- 319- 338—979 RSU SCORES T19. Hagen Barmasse 70- 81- 80—231 T33. Garrett Fey 75- 83- 77—235 T40. Tanner Owens 83- 76- 79—238 T43. Preston Bartley 75- 79- 85—239 75. Taylor Schoppa 83- 87- 0—170

Par-Yardage: 72-6870 Fin./School/Scores 1. Northwood (Texas) 298- 310- 295—903 2. Texas Wesleyan 306- 298- 302—906 3. Wayland Baptist 296 -314- 299—909 4. Oklahoma City 310- 295- 307—912 5. California State-San Marcos 296- 308- 309—913 6. Lubbock Christian University 305- 313- 299—917 7. Our Lady of the Lake 307- 312- 300—919 8. Rogers State U. 308- 308- 304—920

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UST MAMIYA TX INTERCOLLEGIATE Dates: 03/11-03/12, 2013 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS  Par-Yardage: 72-6893 Fin./School/Scores 1. Texas Wesleyan U. 289- 283—572 2. Indian Hills CC 296- 292—588 3. TWU Gold 297- 294—591 4. Our Lady of the Lake 298- 298—596 5. Laval University 293- 304—597 6. Wayland Baptist U. 311- 291—602 7. Oklahoma City U. 311- 297—608 8. Rogers State U. 308- 303—611 9. Southwestern College 316- 319—635 10. John Brown Univ. 326- 329—655 11. Oklahoma Wesleyan U. 342- 327-- 669 12. Southwestern Christi 338- 332—670 13. Mid-America Christ. 343- 340—683 RSU SCORES T16. Hagen Barmasse 76- 73—149 T16. Garrett Fey 76- 73—149 T22. Tanner Owens 72- 79—151 T48. Mark Healy 84- 78—162 71. Aaron Davis 90- 87—177

MIDWESTERN STATE INVITATIONAL

Dates: 03/18-03/19, 2013 Round: 3 FINAL RESULTS  Par-Yardage: 72-7034 Fin./School/Scores 1. Midwestern State 304- 298- 285—887 2. Cameron University 304- 294- 293—891 3. Incarnate Word, U of 305- 291- 305—901 4. Western New Mexico U 309- 299- 294—902 5. Arkansas-Fort Smith 311- 298- 303—912 6. Oklahoma Baptist U. 306- 301- 308—915 T7. Newman University 305- 308- 310—923 T7. Rogers State U. 306- 299- 318—923 9. St. Mary's U. (TX) 307- 297- 321—925 10. Texas A&M-Commerce 312- 317- 315—944 11. West Texas A & M 320- 315- 312—947 12. Arkansas Tech Univ. 324- 304- 321—949 13. Harding University 324- 308- 321—953 14. Pittsburg State 321- 308- 325—954 DNF Texas A&M Internat. 323- 322—DNF RSU SCORES T9. Preston Bartley 74- 71- 80 –225; T21. Garrett Fey 82- 74- 74—230; T48. Tanner Owens 71- 82- 84—237; T48. Hagen Barmasse 79- 72- 86—237; 82. Thomas Reilly 85- 89- 80—254;

SOONER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Dates: 04/22-04/23, 2013 Round: 3 FINAL RESULTS  Par-Yardage: 70-6586 Fin./School/Scores 1. Oklahoma City U. 300- 301- 305—906 2. Wayland Baptist U. 305- 309- 311—925 3. Rogers State U. 311- 308- 308—927 4. Oklahoma Baptist U. 303- 313- 323—939 5. Lubbock Christian U. 313- 311- 320—944 6. John Brown Univ. 355- 344- 334—1033 7. Mid-America Christ. 354- 344- 344—1042 RSU SCORES 3. Preston Bartley 75- 77- 73—225 T10. Garrett Fey 74- 76- 83—233 T13. Tanner Owens 80- 77- 78—235 T19. Hagen Barmasse 82- 83- 77—242 T19. Mark Healy 84- 78- 80—242


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WOMEN’S GOLF OUTLOOK The 2012-13 season of Hillcat women’s golf could be summed up with one word: Depth. The depth of the field of quality teams in tournaments on the Rogers State schedule this season and the depth of talent up and down the Hillcat roster.

The depth of the Hillcats roster begins with senior Whitney Hocutt. Entering her fourth season with the Hillcats, the Claremore, Okla., native holds career records for Low 54 Hole Total, Low 36 Hole Total, and Low Round Versus Par.

Entering the fifth year of Hillcat Golf, Head Coach Lynn Blevins has compiled the toughest test for his women’s squad in program history with a schedule that will challenge his young team. The Hillcat skipper pointed to the depth of the talented teams at the Hillcats scheduled tournaments for the 201314 slate.

Blevins spoke of his lone senior, “Whitney’s leadership is really, really good.” Sophomores Chelsea Burney, Kelsey Stuever and Raquel Trevino return for the 2013-14 campaign. “Kelsey and Chelsea both provide a solid core of what I think we need to do to continue as a program,” the Hillcat head coach said of Stuever and Burney.

“We are playing a lot harder schedule than we have played in the past,” said Blevins. “We usually finished middle of the pack and even won some. But now playing in Division II tournaments and 12 team fields, we could finish fifth or sixth and it be a really good tournament.”

Stuever played in all ten tournaments for the Hillcats as a freshman averaging a versus par score of 15.55. Burney saw action in eight tournaments, averaging a versus par score of 15.19 in her freshman season on the Hill. “Raquel has the ability to be our best player,” Blevins said of the Houston, Texas native. “I feel good about the core coming back, because it’s something we can build on.”

The season begins September 16-17 at Lincoln Park Golf Course in Oklahoma City at the OCU Stars Fall Invitational before traveling to Amarillo, Texas for the West Texas A&M hosted Lady Buff Stampede at Tascosa Country Club the first Monday of October.

Trevino will look to build upon a freshman season that saw her post a team-best average of 81.25 for a versus par average of 9.45. She tallied a team-best finish at the Diffee Ford Lincoln Invitational tying for fourth with an 83-79— 162 finish helping the Hillcats to its lone team title of 2012-13.

October 14-15 at Golf Club of Dallas, the Hillcats will compete in the Dallas Baptist Invitational before wrapping up its four-tournament fall slate at the Arkansas-Monticello Fall Classic at The Greens at North Hills, October 21-22.

Joining the five Hillcat returners are four newcomers that have coach Blevins excited not only for the upcoming season but also for the future.

The RSU spring schedule spans from February to April, totaling six tournaments, with four trips to Texas. RSU stays in the state of Oklahoma for the Crimson Storm Invitational March 34. The season will come to a conclusion March 31-April 1 at the Natural State Invitational in Hebner Springs, Ark., at The Red Apple Inn & Country Club.

“I’m excited about what we have coming in and I think they have really bought into what it takes to succeed,” said Blevins of the recruiting class.

KELSEy STUEVER

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WOMEN’S GOLF OUTLOOK

u Former Henryetta Lady Knight Morgan Brown joins the Hillcats after a successful prep career.

Another player from the Sooner State, Morgan Brown helped lead the Henryetta Lady Knights to the State Tournament four consecutive years, collecting two regional championships. “Morgan is going to add depth,” said Blevins. “The competition to make the top five is going to be really competitive and is really pushing these girls to work really hard to get better.”

Michelle Tierney made the journey from Ireland to join the Hillcats in 2013. As a junior she helped the province of Munster panel capture the Irish Interprovincials Championship for the first time in 25 years. “The freshman from Ireland, Michelle Tierney, is a real pleasant surprise. I didn’t get to see her in person and only saw her swing on video,” said Blevins. “Her work ethic, commitment, and attitude are better than I ever expected. She is ready to compete at this level.”

Rounding out the recruiting class is Carrollton, Texas native Mica Eastin. The freshman reached postseason play in her three years at Creekview High School. The depth of the women’s team has Blevins expecting more consistency and competition for the upcoming year, “To play in the top five really means something and means a lot to these women,” said Blevins. “I think our women’s team has the potential to be competitive in tournaments day in and day out for the first time.”

Kina Boone joins the Cats from Choctaw, Okla. where she finished in the Top 10 of the Oklahoma Class 6A Individual State Championship as a junior and senior. “Kina Boone, I think, will be an exceptional player as time goes on.”

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WOMEN’S GOLF PLAYER BIOS - RETURNERS

Age: 19 Class: Sophomore Height: 5’6

Hometown: Amarillo, Texas High School: Randall HS Previous School: None Major: Sports Management

About: Burney competed in eight tournaments as a freshman in 2012-13 finishing with an average score of 86.94. She posted a low round of 81 (+9) in the second round of the 2012 OCU Stars Fall Classic. She joined the Hillcats after a successful prep career at Randall High School where she earned team MVP honors as a junior and senior. She tallied a school record 74 and finished first individually in district her senior year. Burney finished second at the Amarillo Relays her senior season. A member of National Honor Society she graduated in the top 10-percent of her class. As a freshman under head coach Bart Cadenhead she was named most improved. She is the daughter of Shannon and Ben Burney. Burney said she chose RSU because of “good golf program and the great campus.”

CHELSEA

BURNEY

Age: 21 Class: Senior Height: 5’8

Hometown: Claremore, Okla. High School: Claremore HS Previous School: None Major: Medical/Molecular Biology

About: Hocutt returns for her final season on the Hill. In 2012-13, she appeared in all 10 tournaments for the Hillcats as a junior. She shot 157 (+13) at both the 2012 OCU Stars Fall Classic and 2013 Claud Jacobs Challenge. As a sophomore she was named team MVP competing in all 10 tournaments averaging a score of 81.67 in 18 rounds including a low round of 75. Her best finish was tied for second at the OBU Spring Invitational at Shawnee Country Club. The Claremore native placed second at the OBU Invitational as a freshman as she was named RSU team MVP the same year. She came to RSU to play golf and to further her education. In high school, she was a golf standout winning two tournaments and earning All-State honors. Hocutt shot a 77 at the conference tournament in 2009 and earned All-Conference honors.

WHITNEY

HOCUTT

u Chelsea Burney returns for her sophomore season on the Hill.

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WOMEN’S GOLF PLAYER BIOS - RETURNERS

Age: 19 Class: Sophomore Height: 5’6

Hometown: Washington, Okla. High School: Washington HS Previous School: None Major: Psychology

About: Stuever returns after appearing in all 10 tournaments for the Hillcats as a freshman in 2012-13. She averaged a score of 87.35 but totaled a low round of 80 (+8) in the second round of the 2013 Claud Jacobs Challenge. She came to the Hill in 2012 after a successful career at Washington High School. An All-State selection in her senior season she placed at every tournament including three medalist finishes. Her season lows came at Sugar Creek Canyon where she carded rounds of 77 and 78. She was named Athlete of the Week by the Daily Oklahoman during her senior year. As a junior she finished top 10 at state and hit her first hole-in-one. Stuever finished in the top 10 her junior and senior year at the state tournament. The daughter of Shawn and Charity Stuever she comes from a family of seven. Stuever chose RSU because of “the coach, the campus and the dorms.”

KELSEY

STUEVER

Age: 19 Class: Sophomore Height: 5’4

Hometown: Pasadena, Texas High School: Pasadena HS Previous School: None Major: Sport Management

About: Trevino returns to RSU after a freshman season in which she competed in all 10 of the Hillcats tournaments. She shot a 77 (+5) in the second round of the 2013 OBU Spring Invitational as a freshman. She averaged a versus par score of 9.45 and an average score of 81.25. She came to RSU from Pasadena High School where she was a four year member of the varsity golf team. As a senior she tallied a low score of 74 on her way to a district championship. Her junior year she won the district championship while shooting lows of 70 and 76 during the year. The daughter of Tina Martinez and JR Trevino she chose RSU because “I liked the campus and felt I had a great opportunity here.”

RAQUEL

TREVINO

u Freshman Mica Eastin joins RSU after reaching Texas High School postseason play the last three years.

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WOMEN’S GOLF PLAYER BIOS - NEWCOMERS

Age: 18 Class: Freshman Height: 5’3

Hometown: Henryetta, Okla. High School: Henryetta HS Previous School: None Major: Undecided

About: Brown enters her freshman year at Rogers State after a decorated career at Henryetta High School. Leading her team to the State Tournament four consecutive years, Brown also was a part of the Lady Knights team that collected two Regional Championships in her sophomore and junior season. She earned the schools low round for girls her senior season by turning in a 76 at Western Hills. The daughter of Pam Lawrence and Billy Brown, Morgan said she chose RSU “to help lead the team to win championships.”

MORGAN

BROWN

Age: 19 Class: Freshman Height: 5’5

Hometown: Choctaw, Okla. High School: Choctaw HS Previous School: None Major: Sports Management

About: Boone comes to the Hill after standout junior and senior seasons at Choctaw High School under the helm of Coach Brian Spradlin. She finished in the top 10 in the Oklahoma Class 6A Individual State Championship her final two years as a Yellow Jacket. Following her junior season Kina was named PGA South Central Player of the Year and followed that up with an All-State selection her senior season. Kina said she chose the Hillcats because it was “an opportunity to grow academically and athletically.”

KINA

BOONE

Age: 18 Class: Freshman Height: 5’4

Hometown: Carrollton, Texas High School: Creekview HS Previous School: None Major: Undecided

About: Eastin joins the Hillcat golf program from Creekview High School where she competed in the post season all three years she participated. Having only golfed for four years, Eastin earned two top 10 finishes in the District Tournament her junior and senior seasons along with a top five finish at team State her sophomore year. Mica graduated in the top 10% of her class and won the award given for Outstanding Women’s Golfer. She landed on the Hill for the “great environment and golf program.”

MICA

EASTIN

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WOMEN’S GOLF PLAYER BIOS - NEWCOMERS

Age: 18 Class: Freshman Height: 5’5

Hometown: Waterford, Ireland High School: Yeats College Previous School: None Major: Business Administration

About: Tierney comes to Rogers State from Ireland. In her final two years at Yeats College she shot in the 70’s in her local club competition. The latter of those two scores was a 72 that at the time broke the women’s course record. In her junior season Michelle made the Munster team panel as they collected the Irish Interprovincials Championship for the first time in 25 years. Tierney selected RSU for “the great coaches with goals and the great campus and degrees.”

MICHELLE

TIERNEY

Age: 19 Class: Freshman Height: 5’2

Hometown: Coweta, Okla. High School: Coweta HS Previous School: None Major: Medical-Molecular Biology

About: Williams joins the Hillcats from Coweta High School playing for head coach Ian Bullen. She was a two-time all-conference selection and was named Team MVP as the team captain for the Lady Tigers as a senior. The daughter of Scott and Susan Williams said she “wants to be a doctor.” Williams said she chose RSU because it’s “close to home with a great golf program.”

SHYANN

WILLIAMS

u Michelle Tierney looks to make her presence known in her freshman season as a Hillcat.

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2012-2013 WOMEN’S GOLF SEASON IN REVIEW The Rogers State women’s golf team closed out its final season as a member of the NAIA in 2012-13 with a No. 22 postseason coaches’ poll ranking. The season began in September with a ninth place finish at the NSU Women’s Golf Classic at Cherry Spring Golf Club in Tahlequah, Okla. Junior Whitney Hocutt led the way for the Cats firing 78-81 for a tournament card of 159 to tie for 15th. The par 72, 5,847-yard course allowed the HIllcats to finish ahead of NCAA Division II members Nebraska-Kearney, Fort Hays State, and Central Missouri in a tournament field loaded with 10 Division II teams. As the calendar turned to October the Hillcats traveled to Oklahoma City for the OCU Stars Fall Classic at Lincoln Park Golf Course. The 6,001-yard, par-72 course tested RSU but coach Lynn Blevins’ squad used a stroke swing from the first round to the second day to hold steady at seventh place finishing in front of Sooner Athletic Conference rival Oklahoma Baptist. Hocutt once again led the Cats tying for 14th with a 157 tournament total. Cecilie Nordahl made a ten spot move on day two to finish tied for 18th firing a six-over par 78 in the second round. The end of October saw the Hillcat women claim its first top five team finish as RSU corralled a fifth place finish in the nine team field at the HSU Lady Reddie Invitational in Glenwood, Ark. The par 72, 5,834-yard course at Glenwood Country Club provided the perfect opportunity for freshman Raquel Trevino to make her presence known on the 2012-13 Hillcat team. The Pasadena, Texas native led the Hillcats with a 10th place finish firing rounds of 80-78 penciling a 158 score. The Cats finished just five strokes behind fourth place East Central (Okla.) as RSU totaled a 666 score. As the 2013 Spring semester got under way the Hillcats finished in fifth place at the 2013 Claud Jacobs Intercollegiate Invitational on February 18. RSU finished behind four teams ranked in the NAIA Coaches’ Poll Top 15 as Trevino picked up right where she had ended in the final tournament of the Fall. The freshman tied for 15th shooting a pair of 78’s for a 156 tournament card. RSU finished three spots ahead of No. 23 University of TexasBrownsville as the Cats shot a team 641 total. Whitney Hocutt finished tied for 19th with a two-day total of 157 while Kelsey Steuver shot 163 on the two-round tournament to tie for 31st. The first week of March saw the Hillcats capture its lone team title of the year as Blevins’ squad finished nine strokes ahead of NCAA Division II Harding University at the Diffee Ford Lincoln Invitational in Edmond, Okla. at Kickingbird Golf Club. u As a freshman, Raquel Trevino led RSU with an average score of 81.25 playing in all 10 tournaments.

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2012-2013 WOMEN’S GOLF SEASON IN REVIEW Nordahl tied for 36th place with a 165 tournament card. The Hillcats finished two strokes shy of 11th place UA Fort Smith. The onslaught of tournaments in March continued with the 2013 Bluebonnet Classic at Tangle Ridge Golf Course in Cedar Hill, Texas. The 25th-ranked Hillcats took fifth place in the 12 team field finishing 32 strokes ahead of sixth place Oklahoma Baptist. Trevino led the Cats once again shooting a pair of 80’s on the par 72, 5,980-yard course to tie for 15th place. Another first year Hillcat, Chelsea Burney, carded a 163 over the two-day event for 20th place. Burney tied a team low 76 matching the opening round posted by Whitney Hocutt. The Claremore, Okla. native finished tied for 27th with a 169 overall score. The Hillcats were able to make the largest move in the second NAIA Women’s Golf Coaches’ Top 25 Poll later that week as Blevins’ squad jumped four spots to No. 21 in the poll.

u As a freshman Chelsea Burney tallied a low round of 76 in the 2012-13 campaign.

With five NCAA Division II teams packed in the six team field the Hillcats overcame 22 mile per hour winds in the second round led by Trevino who claimed a tie for fourth. The Texas native shot a tournament low nine-over par 79 in the second round at the par 70, 5,821-yard course. Trevino posted a 162 tournament total while fellow Freshman Kelsey Stuever tied for seventh with a 165 tournament card.

In its final tune-up prior to the Sooner Athletic Conference Championship the No. 21-ranked Hillcats improved by 19 strokes in the second round to claim second place at the OBU Spring Invitational at Earlywine Golf Club in Oklahoma City. The par 72, 5,896-yard course saw coach Blevins’ squad post a 651 team total led the junior Hocutt. She returned to form firing a five-over par 77 in the second round to finish in sixth place with a 15-over par tournament card 159.

A week later in the 21 team field at the Texoma Chevy Dealers Lion Intercollegiate at Tanglewood Resort in Pottsboro, Texas the Hillcat women finished in 10th place in the two round tournament.

Trevino remained sharp with a 162 tournament card and ninth place finish while sophomore Cecilie Nordahl tied for 12th as she improved by ten strokes in day two with a round of 77.

After sitting in third place following the opening round, Trevino struggled in the second round and finished in 18th place. Sophomore Cecilie Nordahl however saw day two more promising as she fired a ten-over par 82 on the 5,802-yard, par 72 course to finish tied for 29th.

In the final SAC Championship in Hillcat history, RSU started slow trailing No. 25-ranked Oklahoma Baptist by one shot. The Cats improved by 28-strokes to move past the Bison as RSU claimed fourth place. Pasadena, Texas native Raquel Trevino claimed eighth place as she shot 166 to lead RSU.

Later that week the NAIA released the first edition of its 2013 Women’s Golf Coaches’ Top 25 Poll and the Hillcats entered the rankings for the first time in program history at No. 25. RSU joined four other Sooner Athletic Conference teams in the first poll.

Brooke Fern tied for 14th with a 173 two-day total firing rounds of 89-84 while Nordahl claimed 16th place with a 175 tournament card. The No. 21-ranking wasn’t enough to send the Hillcats to the NAIA Women’s Golf National Championship and the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament proved to be the final contest for RSU as a member of the SAC and the NAIA.

With a No. 25 ranking the Cats headed to the Midwestern State Invitational for a two-round tournament at Wichita Falls Country Club. The 18 team field was loaded with 16 NCAA Division II teams and the Hillcats with a 662 team total shot 56 strokes ahead of Texas Wesleyan, the only other NAIA institution, as RSU finished in 12th place.

Four Hillcats are set to return for the 2013-14 campaign as RSU enters membership in the Heartland Conference.

Trevino continued the impressive freshman season tying for 10th place with a pair of 79 rounds and 158 tournament card.

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2012-2013 WOMEN’S GOLF TEAM RESULTS

u Coach Lynn Blevins called upon Chelsea Burney in eight tournaments as a freshman.

Scores Date 09/17-09/18 10/08-10/09 10/29-10/30 02/17-02/18 03/04-03/05 03/11-03/12 03/18-03/19 03/25-03/26 04/08-04/09 04/22-04/23 Name Raquel Trevino Whitney Hocutt Cecilie Nordahl Brooke Fern Chelsea Burney Kelsey Stuever Paige DeLozier

Tournament 14th Annual NSU Golf Classic OCU Stars Fall Classic HSU Lady Reddie Invitational 2013 Claud Jacobs Challenge Diffee Ford Lincoln Invite Texoma Chevy Dealers Intercol. Midwestern State Invitational 2013 Bluebonnet Classic OBU Spring Invitational Sooner Athletic Conference Yr  FR JR SO FR FR FR SO

No Tour 10 10 9 4 8 10 2

No Rds. 20.0 20.0 18.0 8.0 16.0 20.0 4.0

Avg.     Score     81.25 82.90 83.44 84.88 86.94 87.35 94.25

Finish  9-13 7-11 5-9 5-9 1-6 10-21 12-18 5-12 2-6 4-5 Vs.  Par  9.45 11.10 11.67 12.88 15.19 15.55 22.25

1 336 333 340 320 324 337 337 332 335 355 Low Rd. 78 76 77 80 76 80 91

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In   60s  0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 334 322 326 321 340 340 325 323 316 341 Par or better 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total 670 655 666 641 664 677 662 655 651 696 Fin. Pct. 72.5% 62.6% 62.6% 45.5% 40.8% 39.7% 19.0%

Wins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Par 288 288 288 288 280 288 288 288 288 288 Best Fin. T 4 6 T 10 T 14 T 16 7 28


ALL-TIME WOMEN’S GOLF CAREER STATS Team Season: National Ranking  Season   2011-12 2010-11 2009-10

Coach Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins

Team Season: Wins  Season   2012-13 2011-12

Coach Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins

Ranking  30 43 54

Tournaments 10 10

Player: Low Round vs Par   

Season   2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2009-10

Name Whitney Hocutt Kelsey Waldon Whitney Hocutt Cecile Nordahl Kelsey Waldon Cecile Nordahl Whitney Hocutt Whitney Hocutt Whitney Hocutt Jennifer Almy Whitney Hocutt Whitney Hocutt Whitney Hocutt Cecile Nordahl Cecile Nordahl Whitney Hocutt Emily Walker

Player: Low Round                            

Season 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11

Name Cecile Nordahl Kelsey Waldon Whitney Hocutt Kelsey Waldon Whitney Hocutt Cecile Nordahl Whitney Hocutt Whitney Hocutt Whitney Hocutt Cecile Nordahl Whitney Hocutt Whitney Hocutt Jennifer Almy Whitney Hocutt Whitney Hocutt

Wins  1 2

Tournament                      2012 Bluebonnet Classic 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic Sooner Athletic Conference MACU Tournament MACU Tournament OCU Stars Fall Classic 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic 2012 Bluebonnet Classic Midwestern State Invitational OCU Stars Fall Classic Audible Closed Championship OCU Stars Fall Classic MACU Tournament Sooner Athletic Conference Sooner Athletic Conference 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic South Central Kansas Fall Invi

Rd  2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 2 2 1

Score  75 76 76 75 75 77 78 78 79 79 79 79 78 80 80 80 80

Tournament MACU Tournament MACU Tournament 2012 Bluebonnet Classic 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic Sooner Athletic Conference OCU Stars Fall Classic 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic 2012 Bluebonnet Classic MACU Tournament MACU Tournament MACU Tournament Midwestern State Invitational OCU Stars Fall Classic Audible Closed Championship OCU Stars Fall Classic

Rd 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 1

Score  75 75 75 76 76 77 78 78 78 79 79 79 79 79 79

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vsPar  +3 +4 +4 +5 +5 +5 +6 +6 +7 +7 +7 +7 +8 +8 +8 +8 +8


ALL-TIME WOMEN’S GOLF CAREER STATS Team: Low Round                              

Season   2011-12 2012-13 2012-13 2011-12 2012-13 2011-12 2012-13 2011-12 2012-13 2012-13 2012-13 2012-13 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12

Coach Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins

Tournament                      MACU Tournament OBU Spring Invitational 2013 Claud Jacobs Challenge 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic 2013 Claud Jacobs Challenge Sooner Athletic Conference OCU Stars Fall Classic MACU Tournament 2013 Bluebonnet Classic Diffee Ford Lincoln Invite Midwestern State Invitational HSU Lady Reddie Invitational Sooner Athletic Conference OCU Stars Fall Classic 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic

Team: Low Round vs Par                            Season   2012-13 2011-12 2012-13 2011-12 2012-13 2011-12 2012-13 2012-13 2012-13 2012-13 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2012-13 2012-13

Coach                 Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins Lynn Blevins

Tournament                      OBU Spring Invitational MACU Tournament 2013 Claud Jacobs Challenge 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic 2013 Claud Jacobs Challenge Sooner Athletic Conference OCU Stars Fall Classic 2013 Bluebonnet Classic Midwestern State Invitational HSU Lady Reddie Invitational Sooner Athletic Conference OCU Stars Fall Classic MACU Tournament 13th Annual NSU Golf Classic Diffee Ford Lincoln Invite 2013 Bluebonnet Classic

Rd  2 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1

Score  311 316 320 320 321 321 322 322 323 324 325 326 326 327 331

Rd  2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

Score  316 311 320 320 321 321 322 323 325 326 326 327 322 331 324 332

vsPar  +28 +31 +32 +32 +33 +33 +34 +35 +37 +38 +38 +39 +42 +43 +44 +44

u Coach Lynn Blevins and senior Whitney Hocutt have developed the Hillcats into a strong force over the last three years.

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ALL-TIME WOMEN’S GOLF RECORDS 2009-2010

RED RIVER INTERCOLLEGIATE

Dates: 09/13-09/15, 2009 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5833 Fin. School Scores 1 Northeastern State U - 304/319/623 2 St. Mary's U. (TX) - 343/336/679 3 Incarnate Word, U of - 357/350/707 4 Fort Hays State U. - 360/348/708 5 Oklahoma Baptist U. - 350/365/715 6 Lincoln University - 372/381/753 7 Southern Arkansas U. - 391/365/756 8 Rogers State U. - 384/382 /766 9 Dodge City CC - 420/404/824 10 Okla Panhandle State - 454/417/871 RSU SCORES 28 Emily Walker - 97/91/188 30 Morgan Ellis - 94/98/192 T 31 Amy Aday - 99/94/193 T 34 Dannah Whelan - 94/100/194 37 Kasey North - 100/99/199

Dates: 03/07-03/09, 2010 Round: 1 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5858 Fin. School Scores 1 Northeastern State U - 320 2 Redlands CC - 326 3 Midwestern State - 332 4 Henderson St. Univ. - 350 5 Texas A&M-Commerce - 351 6 Arkansas-FortSmith - 353 7 East Central Univ. - 367 8 Rogers State U. - 371 9 Oklahoma Baptist U. - 374 10 SW Oklahoma State - 380 11 Lincoln University - 401 12 Seminole State CC - 403 RSU SCORES T 26 Emily Walker - 41/48/89 T 38 Dannah Whelan - 45/48/93 T 38 Nikki Helton - 49/44/93 48 Amy Aday - 45/51/96 54 Morgan Ellis - 51/50/101

SOUTH CENTRAL KANSAS FALL INV.

2010 BLUEBONNET CLASSIC

11TH ANNUAL NSU GOLF CLASSIC

Dates: 09/21-09/22, 2009 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5935 Fin. School Scores 1 Oklahoma Baptist U. - 354/361/715 2 Northwestern OK St. - 379/363/742 3 Seminole State CC - 390/367/757 4 Rogers State U. - 374/392/766 5 Baker University - 403/387/790 6 Southwestern College - 398/395/793 7 Western Oklahoma CC - 442/434/876 8 Okla Panhandle State - 457/438/895 RSU SCORES T 7 Emily Walker - 80/101/181 T 13 Dannah Whelan - 94/96/190 T 25 Morgen Ellis - 99/99/198 T 28 Kasey North - 101/99/200 32 Amy Aday - 105/98/203

OKLAHOMA CITY STAR CLASSIC Dates: 10/12-10/13, 2009 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 71-6122 Fin. School Scores 1 Oklahoma City Univ. - 306/308/614 2 SCAD - 316/306/622 3 Lubbock Christian U - 309/315/624 4 Southern Nazarene U. - 315/320/635 5 Wayland Baptist U. - 323/314/637 6 Shorter College - 333/325/658 7 Northwood U. - TX - 333/332/665 8 Rogers State U. - 370/372/742 9 Southwestern College - 386/374/760 RSU SCORES 42 Dannah Whelan - 88/91/179 T 43 Amy Aday - 92/89/181 48 Morgan Ellis - 99/91/190 49 Emily Walker - 91/101/192 51 Nikki Helton - 103/102/205

Dates: 03/29-03/30, 2010 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5985 Fin. School Scores 1 Redlands CC - 315/310/625 2 Oklahoma City Univ. - 327/320/647 3 Southern Nazarene U. - 323/332/655 4 Wayland Baptist U. - 322/335/657 5 Tyler Junior College - 338/344/682 6 Northwood U. - TX - 339/358/697 7 Rogers State U. - 351/367/718 8 Texas @ Brownsville - 370/378/748 9 Texas, Univ @ Dallas - 506/517/1023 RSU SCORES T 24 Nikki Helton - 88/85/173 T 34 Emily Walker - 90/90/180 T 36 Kasey North - 84/97/181 41 Amy Aday - 92/95/187 T 42 Dannah Whelan - 89/100/189

HLG SPRING INVITATIONAL

Dates: 04/19-04/20,2010 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: Fin. School Scores 1 Quincy University - 681 2 Mount Mercy - 345/342/687 3 Rogers State U. - 347/345/692 4 Culver-Stockton - 852 RSU SCORES 4 Dannah Whelen - 86/84/170/+26 5 Kasey North* - 83/88/171/+27 T6 Amy Aday - 82/90/172/+28 T10 Morgen Ellis* - 84/90/174/+30 T12 Emily Walker - 89/87/176/+32 T14 Kelsey Short - 90/87/177/+33 T14 Nicole Helton - 90/87/177/+33

SOONER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Dates: 04/26-04/27, 2010 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 71-5998 Fin. School Scores 1 Oklahoma City Univ. - 320/305/625 2 Southern Nazarene U. - 314/313/627 3 Lubbock Christian U - 315/321/636 4 Wayland Baptist U. - 332/333/665 5 Oklahoma Baptist U. - 355/339/694 6 Rogers State U. - 361/362/723 7 Northwestern OK St. - 372/373/745 RSU SCORES T 22 Amy Aday - 84/86/170 32 Dannah Whelan - 92/90/182 33 Kasey North - 92/93/185 34 Emily Walker - 93/93/186 38 Morgan Ellis - 98/100/198

2010-2011 SWCU COLLEGIATE INVITATIONAL  Dates: 09/07 - 09/07, 2010 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 70-5931 Fin. School Scores 1 Northwood U. - TX - 315/+35 2 Southern Nazarene U. - 323/+43 3 Rogers State U. - 335/+55 4 Oklahoma Baptist U. - 340/+60 5 Northwestern OK St. - 364/+84 6 Central Christian - 387/+107 7 Bacone College - 429/+149 RSU SCORES 5 Katy Seeger - 80/+10 T 9 Jennifer Almy - 82/+12 T 16 Whitney Hocutt - 85/+15 T 21 Amy Aday - 88/+18 T 31 Kelsey Short - 94/+24

12th ANNUAL NSU GOLF CLASSIC 

Dates: 09/12 - 09/14, 2010 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5806 Fin. School Scores 1 Northeastern State U - 303/313/616/+40 2 Midwestern State - 308/321/629/+53 3 Southern Nazarene U. - 319/321/640/+64 T 4 East Central Univ. - 328/321/649/+73 T 4 Incarnate Word, U of - 314/335/649/+73 6 Harding University - 324/332/656/+80 7 Arkansas Tech - 333/330/663/+87 8 Fort Hays State U. - 326/338/664/+88 9 Texas A&M-Commerce - 324/342/666/+90 10 SW Oklahoma State - 336/332/668/+92 11 St. Mary's U. (TX) - 339/338/677/+101 12 Oklahoma Baptist U. - 346/341/687/+111 13 Rogers State U. - 348/357/705/+129 14 Seminole State CC - 376/395/771/+195 15 Dodge City CC - 447/435/882/+306 RSU SCORES T 43 Katy Seeger - 83/87/170/+26 T 60 Jennifer Almy - 89/88/177/+33 T 65 Whitney Hocutt - 86/92/178/+34 70 Amy Aday - 90/90/180/+36 73 Kelsey Short - 92/100/192/+48

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OCU STARS FALL CLASSIC        

Dates: 10/11 - 10/12, 2010 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6060 Fin. School Scores 1 Oklahoma City Univ.- 303/294/597/+21 2 Lubbock Christian U - 308/309/617/+41 3 Northwood U. - TX - 315/314/629/+53 4 Western Texas CC - 321/316/637/+61 5 Southern Nazarene U. - 319/321/640/+64 T 6 Rogers State U. - 335/333/668/+92 T 6 Wayland Baptist U. - 337/331/668/+92 8 Dakota Wesleyan U. - 343/333/676/+100 9 Southwestern College - 345/343/688/+112 RSU SCORES T 19 Whitney Hocutt - 79/82/161/+17 T 23 Jennifer Almy - 83/79/162/+18 T 37 Amy Aday - 84/86/170/+26 T 39 Katy Seeger - 89/86/175/+31 46 Nikki Helton - 90/93/183/+39 T 49 Kelsey Short - 100/92/192/+48

SEN. EDDIE LUCIO INVITATIONAL Dates: 02/20-02/21, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6031 Fin. School Scores 1 Lubbock Christian U - 349/323/672 2 Northwood U. - TX - 351/344/695 3 Texas @ Brownsville - 385/375/760 4 Texas A&M-Kingsville - 391/370/761 5 Rogers State U. - 396/369/765 6 Texas A&M Internat. - 429/393/822 RSU SCORES 7 Whitney Hocutt - 93/85/178 16 Katy Seeger - 96/95/191 T 19 Nikki Helton - 105/92/197 21 Amy Aday - 102/97/199 28 Kelsey Short - 107/108/215

AUDIBLE CLOSED CHAMPIONSHIP   

Dates: 03/07 - 03/08, 2011 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5985 Fin. School Scores 1 Redlands CC - 312/302/302/916/+52 2 Midwestern State - 320/301/305/926/+62 3 West Texas A & M - 314/318/308/940/+76 4 Central Oklahoma - 319/316/306/941 +77 5 Drury University - 314/323/311/948/+84 6 Dallas Baptist Univ. - 319/314/321/954 +90 7 Texas A&M-Com. - 332/333/327/992/+128 8 Rogers State U. - 364/361/344/1069/+205 RSU SCORES T39 39 Whitney Hocutt - 93/85/79/257/+41 T39 T41 Amy Aday - 88/90/88 266/+50 44 T43 Nicole Helton - 90/94/90/274/+58 T45 45 Jennifer Almy - 93/96/87/276/+60 T45 46 Katie Seeger - 97/92/92/281/+65 47 47 Kelsey Short * - 92/105/94/291/+75

OKWU SPRING INVITATIONAL

Dates: 03/28-03/29, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5804 Fin. School Scores 1 Northwestern OK St. - 372/372/744 2 Rogers State U. - 385/378/763 3 Seminole State CC - 395/388/783 4 Central Christian - 459/476/935 RSU SCORES T 5 Whitney Hocutt - 96/91/187 T 5 Katy Seeger - 92/95/187 T 7 Amy Aday - 97/93/190 10 Nikki Helton - 100/99/199 18 Kelsey Short - 104/112/216


ALL-TIME WOMEN’S GOLF RECORDS OBU SPRING INVITATIONAL

Dates: 04/04-04/05, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 71-6041 Fin. School Scores 1 Oklahoma Baptist U. - 384/365/749 2 Northwestern OK St. - 383/388/771 3 Rogers State U. - 393/380/773 4 Seminole State CC - 406/416/822 RSU SCORES 2 Whitney Hocutt - 92/85/177 5 Amy Aday - 96/90/186 14 Katy Seeger - 105/101/206 18 Nikki Helton - 107/104/211 19 Kelsey Short - 100/112/212

NATURAL STATE GOLF CLASSIC Dates: 04/11-04/12, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS ** Playoff Winner Par-Yardage: 71-6018 Fin. School Scores 1 Arkansas Tech - 327/320/647 2 Harding University - 328/325/653 3 Henderson St. Univ. - 340/329/669 4 Arkansas-FortSmith - 346/340/686 5 Christian Brothers U - 353/344/697 6 Rogers State U. - 367/367/734 7 Hendrix College - 415/402/817 8 Lyon College - 402/416/818 9 Arkansas-Monticello - 443/406/849 RSU SCORES T 21 Amy Aday - 87/88/175 T 26 Katy Seeger - 91/88/179 T 30 Whitney Hocutt - 90/94/184 36 Kelsey Short - 99/97/196 37 Nikki Helton - 102/97/199

SOONER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE   

Dates: 04/18 - 04/19, 2011 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6082 Fin. School Scores 1 Lubbock Christian U - 333/320/653/+77 2 Oklahoma City Univ. - 323/340/663/+87 3 Wayland Baptist U. - 327/337/664/+88 4 Southern Nazarene U. - 340/345/685/+109 5 Oklahoma Baptist U. - 358/358/716/+140 6 Northwestern OK St. - 361/365/726/+150 7 Rogers State U. - 365/363/728/+152 RSU SCORES T 19 Whitney Hocutt - 86/88/174/+30 T 23 Amy Aday - 89/87/176/+32 T 32 Katy Seeger - 106/89/195/+51 T 32 Kelsey Short - 94/101/195/+51 T 32 Nikki Helton - 96/99/195/+51

2011-2012 MACU TOURNAMENT

Dates: 09/12-09/13, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 70-6065 Fin. School Scores 1 Rogers State U. - 322/311/633 2 Northwestern OK St. - 331/338/669 RSU SCORES 2 Cecilie Nordahl - 79/75/154 T 3 Whitney Hocutt - 78/79/157 T 3 Kelsey Waldon - 82/75/157 6 Brittany Fowler - 83/82/165 7 Amy Aday - 86/84/170

13TH ANNUAL NSU GOLF CLASSIC Dates: 09/18-09/20, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5806 Fin. School Scores 1 Northeastern State U - 302/295/597 2 Midwestern State - 312/296/608 T 3 Arkansas-FortSmith - 327/314/641 T 3 Arkansas Tech - 326/315/641 5 SW Oklahoma State - 324/323/647 6 Rogers State U. - 331/320/651 7 Oklahoma Baptist U. - 336/318/654 T 8 Southern Nazarene U. - 323/335/658 T 8 Oklahoma Christian U - 337/321/658 10 St. Mary's U. (TX) - 330/331/661 11 East Central Univ. - 330/333/663 12 Fort Hays State U. - 335/336/671 13 Texas A&M Internat. - 368/350/718 14 Okla Panhandle State - 450/430/880 RSU SCORES T 14 Whitney Hocutt - 78/80/158 T 24 Kelsey Waldon - 86/76/162 T 31 Cecilie Nordahl - 83/81/164 T 39 Amy Aday - 84/83/167 62 Brittany Fowler - 93/84/177

OBU FALL INVITATIONAL

Dates: 10/03-10/04, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 71-5940 Fin. School Scores 1 Rogers State U. - 360/338/698 2 Lindenwood Univer. - 355/348/703 3 Oklahoma Baptist U. - 371/333/704 4 Park University - 386/366/752 5 Northwestern OK St. - 385/369/754 6 Seminole State CC - 405/423/828 RSU SCORES T 4 Kelsey Waldon - 89/82/171 7 Cecilie Nordahl - 89/83/172 T 9 Amy Aday - 87/90/177 11 Whitney Hocutt - 95/83/178 T 14 Brittany Fowler - 95/91/186

OCU STARS FALL CLASSIC

Dates: 10/10-10/11, 2011 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6081 Fin. School Scores 1 Oklahoma City Univ. - 298/300/598 2 Western Texas CC - 304/306/610 3 SCAD-Savannah - 303/315/618 4 Lubbock Christian U - 321/308/629 5 Southern Nazarene U. - 313/323/636 6 Wayland Baptist U. - 321/334/655 7 Oklahoma Baptist U. - 331/326/657 8 Westminster Col.-UT - 335/326/661 9 Rogers State U. - 327/339/666 10 Dakota Wesleyan U. - 330/341/671 11 Northwood U. - TX - 340/353/693 12 Southwestern College - 336/360/696 RSU SCORES T 29 Whitney Hocutt - 81/81/162 T 33 Cecilie Nordahl - 77/88/165 T 41 Kelsey Waldon - 83/85/168 T 47 Brittany Fowler - 86/85/171 T 51 Amy Aday - 86/88/174

ECU TIGER TANGLE

Dates: 03/05-03/06, 2012 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6118 Fin. School Scores 1 Northeastern State U - 325/326/651 2 Rogers State U. - 335/349/684 3 East Central Univ. - 348/344/692 4 Southern Nazarene U. - 333/361/694 5 Seminole State CC-OK - 367/371/738 RSU SCORES T 3 Cecilie Nordahl - 83/81/164 T 12 Brittany Fowler - 85/87/172 T 14 Whitney Hocutt - 83/91/174 T 14 Amy Aday - 84/90/174 T 24 Kelsey Waldon - 88/94/182

TEXOMA CHEVY DEALERS INTERCOL. Dates: 03/12-03/13, 2012 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5803 Fin. School Scores 1 Tarleton State - 312/319/631 2 West Texas A & M - 318/318/636 3 Central Oklahoma - 320/324/644 4 Arkansas Tech - 329/320/649 T 5 Newman University - 329/326/655 T 5 Arkansas-FortSmith - 323/332/655 7 OKlahoma Christian U - 335/322/657 8 Texas A&M-Commerce - 338/330/668 9 Cameron University - 343/327/670 10 Harding University - 349/325/674 11 Tyler Junior College - 339/341/680 12 Southwest MN State U - 351/340/691 T 13 East Central Univ. - 351/349/700 T 13 Park University - 353/347/700 15 SW Oklahoma State - 361/347/708 16 Winona State Univ - 358/351/709 17 Rogers State U. - 357/353/710 18 TX A&M-Kingsville -360/354/714 19 St. Mary's U. (TX) - 370/356/726 20 Ouachita Baptist U. - 382/393/775 RSU SCORES T 47 Whitney Hocutt - 86/85/171 T 62 Kelsey Waldon - 88/88/176 T 75 Cecilie Nordahl - 89/91/180 85 Amy Aday - 94/89/183 T 98 Brittany Fowler - 96/94/190

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MIDWESTERN STATE INVITATIONAL Dates: 03/19 - 03/20, 2012 Par-Yardage: 72-6112 FINAL RESULTS Fin. School Scores 1 West Texas A & M - 298/+10 2 Central Oklahoma - 302/+14 3 Newman University - 310/+22 4 Texas A&M-Commerce - 312/+24 5 Midwestern State - 313/+25 T 6 Dallas Baptist Univ. - 316/+28 T 6 Northeastern State U - 316/+28 8 Cameron University - 317/+29 9 Incarnate Word, U of - 319/+31 10 Southern Nazarene U. - 322/+34 T 11 Angelo State Univ. - 323/+35 T 11 Arkansas-FortSmith - 323/+35 T 11 St. Mary's U. (TX) - 323/+35 14 East Central Univ. - 328/+40 15 Rogers State U. - 342/+54 16 Northwood U. - TX - 357/+69 17 Texas A&M Internat. - 372/+84 RSU SCORES T 31 Whitney Hocutt - 79/+7 T 64 Kelsey Waldon - 84/+12 79 Brittany Fowler - 89/+17 T 80 Cecilie Nordahl - 90/+18 T 82 Amy Aday - 91/+19

2012 BLUEBONNET CLASSIC

Tangle Ridge GC Cedar Hill, TX Women's Championship Dates: Mar 26 - Mar 27 FINAL RESULTS Teams with Players - Round 2 1 Western Texas CC - +39/313/302/615 2 Lubbock Christian +41/312/305/617 3 Midwestern State +42/308/310/618 4 Mary Hardin-Baylor +77/329/324/653 5 Dallas Baptist +86/322/340/662 6 Rogers State U. +97/338/335/673 7 Univ.of Texas at Brownsville - +106/337/345/682 8 Southwestern College - +108/347/337/684 9 Univ. of Houston Victoria - +109/343/342/685 10 Concordia U-Austin - +130/363/343/706 11 Northwood U. - TX - +160/372/364/736 12 Dodge City CC - +173/387/362/749 13 Faulkner University - +193/397/372/769 14 St Thomas (TX) - +232/404/404/808 RSU SCORES 7 Whitney Hocutt - +9/78/75/153 T24 Cecilie Nordahl - +22 81/85/166 43 Brittany Fowler - +32/90/86/176 T48 Kelsey Waldon - +35/89/90/179 58 Emily Doss - +42/97/89/186

OBU SPRING INVITATIONAL Dates: 04/02-04/03, 2012 Round: 1 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 71-5940 Fin. School Scores 1 Wayland Baptist U. - 329 2 OKlahoma Christian U - 335 3 Oklahoma Baptist U. - 342 4 Rogers State U. - 348 5 Seminole State CC-OK - 368 6 Southwestern College - 370 7 Northwood U. - TX - 403 8 Northwestern OK St. - 413 9 Oklahoma Baptist B - 424 RSU SCORES T 2 Whitney Hocutt - 42/39/81 12 Cecilie Nordahl - 42/43/85 T 18 Kelsey Waldon - 42/46/88 T 25 Brittany Fowler - 43/51/94 T 30 Amy Aday - 46/50/96


ALL-TIME WOMEN’S GOLF RECORDS SOONER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Dates: 04/16-04/17, 2012 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6004 Fin. School Scores 1 Oklahoma City Univ. - 299/301/600 2 OKlahoma Christian U - 305/302/607 3 Lubbock Christian U - 305/303/608 4 Wayland Baptist U. - 310/303/613 5 Southern Nazarene U. - 319/306/625 6 Rogers State U. - 326/321/647 7 Oklahoma Baptist U. - 325/323/648 8 Northwestern OK St. - 370/353/723 RSU SCORES T 17 Whitney Hocutt - 81/76/157 T 22 Cecilie Nordahl - 80/80/160 26 Kelsey Waldon - 82/82/164 34 Amy Aday - 83/88/171 37 Brittany Fowler - 91/83/174

2012-2013 14TH ANNUAL NSU GOLF CLASSIC Dates: 09/17-09/18, 2012 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5847 Fin. School Scores 1. Northeastern State - 298/307/605 2. Arkansas Tech - 317/304/621 3. Harding University - 315/309/624 4. Southwestern Okla. State - 306/319/625 5. Henderson St. - 312/321/633 6. Arkansas-Fort Smith - 317/325/642 7. Oklahoma Baptist - 323/323/646 8. East Central - 319/339/658 9. Rogers State - 336/334/670 10. Nebraska-Kearney - 339/337/676 11. McMurry University - 342/336/678 12. Fort Hays State - 348/349/697 13. Central Missouri - 352/372/724 RSU SCORES T19. Whitney Hocutt - 78/81/159 T24. Cecilie Nordahl - 79/82/161 T52. Raquel Trevino - 89/84/173 T57. Chelsea Burney - 90/87/177 T60. Kelsey Stuever - 91/89/180

OCU STARS FALL CLASSIC 

Dates: 10/08-10/09, 2012 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-6001 Fin. School Scores 1. Lubbock Christian - 301/303/604 2. SCAD-Savannah - 307/306/613 3. Oklahoma City - 304/313/617 4. Oklahoma Christian - 313/309/622 5. Wayland Baptist - 316/321/637 6. Northwood-Texas - 333/307/640 7. Rogers State - 333/322/655 8. Oklahoma Baptist - 326/340/666 9. Dakota Wesleyan - 338/339/677 10. Texas Wesleyan - 345/337/682 11. Southwestern College - 356/358/714 RSU SCORES T14. Whitney Hocutt - 76/81/157 T18. Cecilie Nordahl - 81/78/159 T35. Raquel Trevino - 84/82/166 49. Chelsea Burney - 92/81/173 T56. Kelsey Stuever - 92/87/179

HSU LADY REDDIE INVITATIONAL  Dates: 10/29-10/30, 2012 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5834 Fin. School Scores 1. Arkansas Tech - 308/307/615 2. Harding University - 316/317/633 3. Henderson St. Univ. - 325/319/644 4. East Central Univ. - 329/332/661 5. Rogers State U. - 340/326/666 6. Murray State CC - 362/356/718 7. Southern Arkansas U. - 355/381/736 8. Arkansas-Monticello - 382/366/748 RSU SCORES 10. Raquel Trevino - 80/78/158 13. Whitney Hocutt - 83/80/163 23. Cecilie Nordahl - 88/84/172 T24. Chelsea Burney - 89/84/173 T32. Kelsey Stuever - 94/89/183

2013 CLAUD JACOBS INTERCOL. INV. Dates: 2/17-2/18, 2013 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5856 Fin. School Scores 1. Oklahoma City - 293/292/585 2. Cal State – San Marcos - 301/304/605 3. Wayland Baptist - 313/308/621 4. Northwood Univ. Texas - 315/306/621 5. Rogers State - 320/321/641 6. Grand View University - 324/321/645 7. Houston Victoria - 332/319/651 8. UT-Brownsville - 338/326/664 9. Texas Wesleyan - 344/341/685 RSU SCORES T15. Raquel Trevino - 78/78/156 T19. Whitney Hocutt - 77/80/157 T31. Kelsey Struever - 83/80/163 35. Brooke Fern - 82/83/165 40. Cecilie Nordahl - 84/85/169

DIFFEE FORD LINCOLN INVITE 

Dates: 03/04-03/05, 2013 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 70-5821 Fin. School Scores 1. Rogers State U. - 324/340/664 2. Harding University - 321/352/673 3. Lindenwood Univer. - 337/351/688 4. East Central Univ. - 327/363/690 5. Southern Nazarene U. - 347/370/717 6. Southwest Baptist - 451/442/893 RSU SCORES T4. Raquel Trevino - 83/79/162 7. Kelsey Stuever - 82/83/165 T10. Whitney Hocutt - 79/90/169 T10. Cecilie Nordahl - 81/88/169 T16. Chelsea Burney - 82/90/172

TEXOMA CHEVY DEALERS INTERCOL.  Dates: 03/12-03/13, 2013 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5803 Fin. School Scores 1. Lubbock Christian U - 323/318/641 2. Arkansas-Fort Smith - 327/327/654 3. Colorado St. -Pueblo - 328/327/655 T4. Cameron University - 339/318/657 T4. Texas A&M-Commerce - 328/329/657 6. Henderson St. Univ. - 334/326/660 7. Northwood U. - TX - 336/329/665 8. Tyler Junior College - 342/325/667 9. SW Oklahoma State - 344/326/670 10. Rogers State U. - 337/340/677 11. Arkansas Tech - 343/343/686 T12. TX A&M-Kingsville - 355/333/688 T12. St. Mary's U. (TX) - 346/342/688 14. East Central Univ. - 367/347/714 15. Texas Wesleyan U. - 366/349/715 16. McMurry University - 369/366/735 17. Arkansas-Monticello - 394/379/773 18. Southern Arkansas U. - 392/387/779 19. Park University - 408/377/785 20. Jacksonville CC - 392/395/787 DNF Ouachita Baptist U. - 425/DNF RSU SCORES 18. Raquel Trevino - 79/85/164 T29. Cecilie Nordahl - 86/82/168 T40. Kelsey Stuever - 86/86/172 T49. Whitney Hocutt - 86/87/173 T60. Chelsea Burney - 90/87/177

MIDWESTERN STATE INV. 

Dates: 03/18-03/19, 2013 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5875 Fin. School Scores 1. Midwestern State - 314/309/623 2. Central Oklahoma - 316/316/632 3. Oklahoma Christian U - 317/318/635 T4. Incarnate Word, U of - 322/321/643 T4. Newman University - 328/315/643 T6. Angelo State Univ. - 326/323/649 T6. West Texas A & M - 328/321/649 8. Colorado St. - Pueblo - 330/320/650 9. SW Oklahoma State - 319/334/653 10. Texas A&M-Commerce - 327/330/657 11. Arkansas-Fort Smith - 332/328/660 12. Rogers State U. - 337/325/662 13. Western New Mexico - 338/331/669 14. Cameron University - 339/338/677 15. St. Mary's U. (TX) - 359/330/689 16. Texas Wesleyan U. - 365/353/718 17. Southern Nazarene U. - 365/357/722 18. Texas A&M Internat. - 377/392/769 RSU SCORES T10. Raquel Trevino - 79/79/158 T36. Cecilie Nordahl - 85/80/165 T55. Kelsey Stuever - 86/83/169 T58. Whitney Hocutt - 87/83/170 T67. Chelsea Burney - 88/88/176

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2013 BLUBONNET CLASSIC

Dates: 03/25 – 03/26, 2013 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5980 Fin. School Scores 1. Northwood U. - TX 307/311/618 2. W. Texas A & M Univ - 315/306/621 3. Mary Hardin-Baylor - 317/306/623 4. Western Texas CC - 322/316/638 5. Rogers State U. - 332/323/655 6. Oklahoma Baptist U. - 354/333/687 T7. Texas Wesleyan University - 361/335/696 T7. Univ. of Houston Victoria - 354/342/696 9. Univ. of Texas at Brownsville - 348/353/701 10. McMurry University - 357/346/703 11. Southwestern College - 367/364/731 12. Dodge City CC - 402/377/779 RSU SCORES T15. Raquel Trevino 80-80—160 20. Chelsea Burney 87-76—163 T27. Whitney Hocutt 76-93—169 T41. Brooke Fern 89-86—175 T55. Kelsey Stuever 102-81—183

OBU SPRING INVITATIONAL

Dates: 04/08-04/09, 2013 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5896 Fin. School Scores 1. Bellevue University - 317/307/624 2. Rogers State U. - 335/316/651 3. Oklahoma Baptist U. - 340/325/665 4. Seminole State CC-OK - 347/333/680 5. McMurry University - 332/350/682 6. Ouachita Baptist U. - 463/440/903 RSU SCORES 6. Whitney Hocutt - 82/77/159 T9. Raquel Trevino - 80/82/162 T12. Cecilie Nordahl - 87/77/164 15. Kelsey Stuever - 83/82/165 16. Brooke Fern - 86/80/166 25. Chelsea Burney - 92/88/180 28. Paige DeLozier - 91/94/185

SOONER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Dates: 04/22-04/23, 2013 Round: 2 FINAL RESULTS Par-Yardage: 72-5905 Fin. School Scores 1. Oklahoma City Univ. - 313/321/634 2. Lubbock Christian U - 331/327/658 3. Wayland Baptist U. - 330/336/666 4. Rogers State U. - 355/341/696 5. Oklahoma Baptist U. - 354/369/723 RSU SCORES T8. Raquel Trevino - 84/82/166 T14. Brooke Fern - 89/84/173 T16. Cecilie Nordahl - 91/84/175 T21. Whitney Hocutt - 91/91/182 23. Kelsey Stuever - 93/95/188


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ABOUT THE HEARTLAND CONFERENCE The Heartland Conference is an NCAA Division II conference, founded in 1999, that currently consists of 10 schools, six from Texas, two from Oklahoma, and one each from Arkansas and Kansas. The schools comprising the Heartland Conference stretch from as far north as Wichita, Kan., as far east as Fort Smith, Ark., as far south as Laredo, Texas, and as far west as Goodwell, Oklahoma. The Conference stretches over a distance of 1,050 miles north to south and 610 east to west. The schools that are in the Heartland Conference include founding members St. Edward's University (Austin, Texas), and St. Mary’s University (San Antonio, Texas), and expansion members Dallas Baptist University (Dallas, Texas) in 2002 and again in 2004, Oklahoma Panhandle State University (Goodwell, Oklahoma) in 2002, and Newman University (Wichita, Kansas), Texas A&M International University (Laredo, Texas) and The University of Texas of the Permian Basin (Odessa, Texas) in 2006, the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith (2009), McMurry University and Oklahoma Christian University in 2012, and Rogers State and Lubbock Christian in 2013. Among the many accomplishments of these institutions are national championships in baseball, golf, swimming, basketball, softball, and nationally ranked teams in all sports. The strength of the student-athlete concept is well supported by the many NCAA scholar-athletes in each school, the high cumulative GPA of the student-athletes in each school, and the high number of student-athletes who graduate from each institution in the Heartland. The Heartland Conference is the newest of the NCAA Division II conferences. At the present time, there are 24 conferences in NCAA Division II, totaling almost 300 institutions in full or provisional status across the nation. Members of NCAA Division II believe that a well-conducted intercollegiate athletics program, based on sound educational principles and practices, is a proper part of the educational mission of a university or college and that the educational welfare of the participating student-athlete is of primary concern.

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ABOUT THE HEARTLAND CONFERENCE Members of NCAA Division II support the following principles in the belief that these objectives assist in defining the division and the possible differences between it and other divisions of the Association. This statement shall serve as a guide for the preparation of legislation by the division and for planning and implementation of programs by institutions and conferences. A member of Division II: u Believes in promoting the academic success of its student-athletes, measured in part by an institution's student-athletes graduating at least at the same rate as the institution's student body; u Believes that participation in intercollegiate athletics benefits the educational experience of its student-athletes and the entire campus community; u Believes in offering opportunities for intercollegiate athletics participation consistent with the institution's mission and philosophy; u Believes in preparing student-athletes to be good citizens, leaders and contributors in their communities; u Believes in striving for equitable participation and competitive excellence, encouraging sportsmanship and ethical conduct, enhancing diversity and developing positive societal attitudes in all of its athletics endeavors; u Believes in scheduling the majority of its athletics competition with other members of Division II, insofar as regional qualification, geographical location and traditional or conference scheduling patterns permit; u Recognizes the need to "balance" the role of the athletics program to serve both the campus (participants, student body, faculty-staff) and the general public (community, area, state); u Believes in offering opportunity for participation in intercollegiate athletics by awarding athletically related financial aid to its student-athletes; u Believes that institutional control is a fundamental principle that supports the educational mission of a Division II institution and assumes presidential involvement and commitment. All funds supporting athletics should be controlled by the institution. The emphasis for an athletics department should be to operate within an institutionally approved budget, and compliance with and self-enforcement of NCAA regulations is an expectation of membership; and u Believes that all members of Division II should commit themselves to this philosophy and to the regulations and programs of Division II.

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ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION

Ryan Erwin   Director of Athletics

Dr. Keith Martin Faculty Athletic Representative

Eddie Jackson 

Associate Athletic Director for Compliance

Scott Slarks    

Sports Information Director

Nick Stowers

Assistant Athletic Director for Student Development

Trey Roberston     Head Athletic Trainer

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Sara Williams

SWA/Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations

Jill O’Brien

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Steve Braun

Assistant Athletic Director for Operations

Dawn Tatro

Executive Assistant to the Director of Athletics


ATHLETIC COACHING STAFF

Justin Barkley

Head Men's Basketball Coach

Roxanne Long  

Lynn Blevins 

Ron Bradley

Head Men's & Women's Golf Coach

Head Baseball Coach

Amy Cope

Head Softball Coach

Head Women's Basketball Coach

Head Men’s & Women’s Cross Country Coach

Chris McCormick 

Robert Brown 

Nick Dials

Leslie Foster 

RoShon Jacobs  Assistant Men's Basketball Coach

Assistant Softball Coach

Shawn Slater  

Andrea Vaughan

Rusty Wood  

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Assistant Soccer Coach

Assistant Soccer Coach

Assistant Baseball Coach

Assistant Softball Coach

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Candice Chaney

Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Kyle Pease  

Assistant Baseball Coach

Derek Larkin

Head Men's Soccer Coach

Bobby Cope 

Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Jimmy Rogers  Assistant Baseball Coach


STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE Mission Statement

The Rogers State University Hillcat Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) mission is to foster open communication between student-athletes and the athletics administration, and to enhance the studentathlete experience by developing leadership skills, promoting a positive student-athlete image, and improving the day-to-day life of all student-athletes through activities, social events, and community service. Loren LeForce 

Membership

SAAC membership will be composed of two representatives from each sport. Members must be academically and athletically eligible, and must be of sophomore standing or higher. Members must adhere to and support the purpose of the SAAC, and attend scheduled meetings unless previously excused. If absent members must make arrangements for a temporary alternate representative from their sport to attend. One member of the athletics department administration shall serve as the SAAC advisor. The SAAC advisor will be selected and appointed by the Athletic Director. President

Branden Brantley

Carley Johnson 

J.C. Hartzler

Erin Patrick

Brooklyne Harbert

Logan Palmer

Alex Cochran

Cierra Lohaus 

Garron Hayes 

Caleb Pitts 

Ally Warren

Adrianna Letherbury

Christi Dougherty

Maria Apolinar

Oscar Reyes

Garrett Dyson

Whitney Hocutt 

Kelsey Stuever

Austin Wride 

Tanner Alder

Vice President

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Secretary

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Treasurer

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RSU HILLCAT SPORTS INFORMATION SERVICES The “Hillcat” was developed and officially unveiled to the campus in 2005 by RSUPR – the university’s Office of Public Relations – with the assistance of SME Branding of New York, N.Y.

Interviews 

All interviews should be setup through the sports information office. RSU head coaches are available throughout the week, mainly in the morning. Student-athletes are also available for interviews, typically right before or after practice. Most Hillcat teams practice between 3:00 p.m and 5:00 p.m. during the week. Credentials Request for credentials to athletic events should be made at least 48 hours in advance of the event and directed to the sports information office. Spouses, dates, children and non-working media will not be given a pass or assigned a seat on press row. RSU does not provide parking passes to the media.

Style Guidelines u When making a proper name ending in s possessive, DO NOT add an s: i.e. Coach Blevins’, NOT Coach Blevins’s. u In athletic media communications and publications, DO NOT use the term Lady Hillcats or Lady Cats. Hillcats, Cats, Softball Cats, Diamond Cats (baseball), etc. are acceptable. u Refer to the institution as Rogers State on first mention in news releases or other communications about sports events. The words university or college are understood in such releases, and are a commonly accepted practice within athletics.

Gameday Services

RSU’s sports information office produces media guides for men’s and women’s soccer and game notes for men’s and women’s soccer games, which include rosters, schedules and statistical leaders. Opponents are asked to supply RSU -- either via fax, email or with a link to availability on the web -- with detailed rosters, up-to-date statistics and season scores, for use in our game day notes no later than a day before the event. Visiting media seating is available in the press box at Soldier Field, RSU asks that those requests be made to the Sports Information Department no late than a day in advance. Following a home event, RSU will supply all results to both home and visiting media. RSU always contacts the Claremore Progress, Tulsa World, Daily Oklahoman, and local TV and sports/news radio stations with scores and statistics (where applicable).

Directory ADMINISTRATION Ryan Erwin, Director of Athletics rerwin@rsu.edu | 918-343-7782 Eddie Jackson, Associate AD for Compliance ejackson@rsu.edu | 918-343-7988 Sara Williams, SWA/Assistant AD for Media Relations swilliams@rsu.edu | 918-343-7989

Local Media List

Steve Braun, Assistant AD for Operations sbraun@rsu.edu | 918-343-7839

RSU will email results and statistics to opponent media. Please contact the sports information office at least a day in advance of a game with media email addresses. Opposing teams are also free to use phone and fax machines in the athletic office or sports information office. Please ask the sports information director or an athletic staff member for assistance.

Nick Stowers, Assistant AD for Student Development nstowers@rsu.edu | 918-343-7884 Dr. Keith Martin, Faculty Athletic Representative kmartin@rsu.edu | 918-343-7706 Scott Slarks, Sports Information Director sslarks@rsu.edu | 918-343-8350

Statistical Services

RSU uses the StatCrew statistics programs for men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and softball. RSU will supply visiting teams and media with complete statistics immediately following the game. Postgame, RSU will e-mail a game file to opposing SIDs. A box score of the event will also accompany the email in attachment form. If coaches or opposing SIDs would like statfiles immediately after the game, please have a jump drive available and we will gladly take care of it.

Trey Robertson, Head Athletic Trainer trobertson@rsu.edu | 918-343-5203 Jill O’Brien, Assistant Athletic Trainer jobrien@rsu.edu | 918-343-5201 Dawn Tatro, Executive Assistant to the Director of Athletics dtatro@rsu.edu | 918-343-7782

ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS

What Is A Hillcat?

Sara Williams, Assistant AD for Media Relations swilliams@rsu.edu | 918-343-7989

The university’s official mascot, the “Hillcat,” is a unique blue and red animal that serves as a source of campus pride and provides a visual identity for the university’s Athletic, Student Activities, and other school spirit programs. The Hillcat embodies the enthusiastic, determined and bold spirit of the university’s athletic programs and the pride our students and alumni feel for the institution.

Scott Slarks, Sports Information Director sslarks@rsu.edu | 918-343-8350

GOLF COACH Lynn Blevins, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach BGGroup01@aol.com | 918-230-7412

The “Hillcat” is a fictitious cousin of the bobcat, which is indigenous to northeast Oklahoma. The “Hillcat” also draws its name from “College Hill,” a traditional nickname for RSU. The university sits atop a hill overlooking the city of Claremore. The name “Hillcat” was conceived independently by a group of RSU students in spring 2005, and approved by the University Mascot Committee, Student Government Association, President, and Administration.

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The “Hillcat” was developed and officially unveiled to the campus in 2005 by RSUPR – the university’s Office of Public Relations – with the assistance of SME Branding of New York, N.Y.

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RSU HILLCAT COMPLIANCE What are Boosters permitted to do?

Booster Education for RSU Alumni, Friends & Fans

u Notify coaches about prospects in your area

Rogers State University is responsible for the actions of its coaches, student-athletes and staff, as well as its alumni, boosters and fans. The following information is intended to help educate athletic boosters and organizations, so they can best support RSU athletes without putting the institution or the individual studentathletes at risk. If you have any questions or would like to seek clarification regarding your actions as a supporter of Hillcat athletics, please call the athletic compliance office at 918-343-7988 or email RSU's NCAA Compliance Coordinator, Eddie Jackson at ejackson@rsu.edu.

u Attend athletic contests where prospects compete, but may not contact the prospect or the prospect's relatives u Continue existing friendships with families of prospects, but not attempt to recruit u Participate with prospects in organized institutional community engagement activities when prospects reside within 100-mile radius of location (Effective 8/1/07)

Enrolled Student-Athletes

What contact can Boosters have with currently enrolled studentathletes?

Boosters

What is a booster?

A booster may not provide a student-athlete any benefit or special arrangement that would not be offered to the rest of the general student population. This would include:

You are a Booster or Representative of Athletic Interests, if you: u Have participated in, or ever have been, a member of a booster organization that supports RSU athletics;

u May not entertain student-athletes or their friends or family;

u Have made any financial contribution to the RSU athletic department or any athletic organization of the University;

u May not use the name or picture of an enrolled studentathlete to advertise, recommend, or promote any product or service;

u Have been involved in the recruitment of a prospect or have been asked to assist in the recruitment of a prospective student-athlete;

u May not provide awards or gifts to student-athletes; u May not allow a student-athlete to use a telephone to make free calls, or allow use of a free or discounted auto mobile;

u Have provided or are providing benefits to an enrolled student-athlete or his or her relatives or friends; u Have otherwise been involved in promoting the RSU athletic program;

u May not provide a student-athlete free or reduced cost goods or services;

u Have helped arrange employment for student-athletes;

NOTE: An enrolled student-athlete may be invited to a booster's home for an occasional home-cooked meal, but may not be taken to a restaurant.

u Are a parent or guardian of an enrolled student-athlete; u Are or have ever been a season-ticket holder.

Employment

NOTE: Once someone has been identified as a Booster, they will retain that identity forever.

Recruiting

A student-athlete may be employed so long as compensation is only for work actually performed, at a rate commensurate with the going rate in that locality for similar work, and the student-athlete was not hired based on athletics ability.

A prospective student-athlete is any person who has begun classes in the ninth grade. A prospective student-athlete remains so even after signing a National Letter of Intent or accepting financial aid and until they report for the first day of classes.

NOTE: Employment may be arranged for a prospect provided the employment does not begin before the completion of the prospect's senior year of high school.

What are Boosters prohibited from doing?

RSU is responsible for the actions of its boosters and booster support groups. Boosters are regulated by the same NCAA rules and regulations placed upon all institutional athletics staff members.

What is a prospective student-athlete?

Institutional Control

u Contacting a prospect in person on or off campus u Writing or telephoning a prospect or member of the prospect's family

Consequences

If a booster provides an impermissible benefit to a prospect, a student-athlete, or their relatives or friends, institutions may be subject to penalties, even if the student-athlete has completed his or her eligibility. A prospect or student-athlete who accepts an impermissible benefit faces the loss of eligibility.

u Making arrangements for the prospect or the prospect's relatives or friends to receive money or financial aid u Providing transportation for a prospect or the prospect's family or friends to visit the campus u Providing free tickets or reduced priced tickets to attend an athletic event to the prospect or the prospect's family or friends u Entertaining coaches of prospects

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HILLCAT ATHLETIC FACILITIES

u The centerpiece of the Diamond Sports Complex is the two-story building, completed in 2012, positioned between the baseball and softball playing fields.

Diamond Sports Complex

The Diamond Sports Complex, home to Hillcat Baseball and Softball, sits on the northwest corner of RSU's Claremore Campus featuring a professional playing surface, large inning-by-inning scoreboard, batting cages adjacent to the home dugout and spacious grandstand and lawn chair areas for fans. A large locker room is located behind the Hillcat dugout that includes individual lockers, coaches’ office, bathrooms, showers and a 42-inch flat screen television. Lights were installed in time for the 2008 season. The centerpiece at the Diamond Sports Complex is a 7,790 square-feet, two-story building positioned between the playing fields and completed in time for the start of the 2012-13 academic year. The first floor includes concessions and restrooms for patrons as well as two dressing rooms for umpires and multiple storage areas. The second floor features separate press boxes for baseball and softball, coaches’ offices, and a donors’ suite with indoor and outdoor seating. New grandstands with stadium seating, a ticket booth, and a paved entry plaza were also included in the project.

Claremore Expo Center

Claremore Expo Center serves as the Home of Hillcat basketball on game nights. It is also utilized as a secondary practice facility for the men's and women's basketball teams. The Expo features arena seating on all four sides of the court for 2,000. A four-sided digital scoreboard adorns center court accompanied by professional playing goals with three-sided shot clocks on each end of the floor. A stateof-the-art sound system helps produce a fun atmosphere for fans and often creates a hostile environment for opponents. The Expo Center is located less than a mile from the RSU campus on Highway 20 in Claremore.

u RSU Basketball has called the Claremore Expo Center home since the inception of Hillcat Basketball for the 2007-08 season.

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HILLCAT ATHLETIC FACILITIES

u The Hillcat Athletics Center (left) was completed in 2012 as was the artificial turf surface on Soldier Field.

Hillcat Athletics Center

The Hillcat Athletics Center for the RSU soccer and cross country teams began construction in October 2011 and was completed prior to the 2012-13 academic year. The 8,986 square-foot building is located in the north end zone of Soldier Field, adjacent to Blue Starr Drive. The facility features spacious locker rooms for the men’s and women’s soccer teams as well as the men’s and women’s cross country teams. Coaches’ offices, an athletic training room, and storage areas for athletics and intramurals are located in the central area of the building. The facility also includes permanent concessions and restrooms for patrons and a paved concourse area with sightlines to the field.

Soldier Field

Soldier Field is located in the heart of the RSU campus. The facility was originally constructed as a venue for the Oklahoma Military Academy's football games. The field has been widened and resurfaced and a new digital scoreboard has been added in the south end zone. Soldier Field also features a large press box, lights, a public address system and stadium seating for a great view of the action. Installation of the new turf began following the conclusion of the 2011 RSU soccer season in November 2011 and was completed in May 2012. The artificial turf surface allows RSU to maximize the availability and functionality of historic Soldier Field. The durability of artificial turf permits the university to utilize Soldier Field for athletic training and competition, intramural sports, and other student activities and community events.

Bushyhead Fieldhouse

Bushyhead Field House serves as the on-campus practice facility for RSU's men's and women's basketball teams. The gym recently received a complete makeover which included refurbishing and repainting the floor, the addition of six new goals, new digital scoreboards and the installation of portable seating with a capacity of 300. Bushyhead is also the home of the athletic department offices as well as the RSU Wellness Center - a private weight training facility for student-athletes. Bushyhead houses both the men's and women's basketball locker rooms, an athletic training room, an academic tutoring center for student-athletes and public restrooms. The Hillcats play their home games in the Claremore Expo Center, located one mile south of campus.

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RSU HILLCAT TRADITIONS

u Hunter the Hillcat was given his name in 2009 through an online voting contest.

Hillcat

Homecoming Week

The university’s official mascot, the “Hillcat,” is a unique blue and red animal that serves as a source of campus pride and provides a visual identity for the university’s Athletics, Student Activities, and other school spirit programs.

The university celebrated the first-ever Homecoming during the first week of November 2007, during the first Hillcat men’s and women’s basketball games. At RSU, Homecoming is a campus-wide tradition. A bonfire is typically held the night before the big games in the open area west of the University Village B student apartments.

The “Hillcat” embodies the enthusiastic, determined and bold spirit of the university’s athletic programs and the pride our students and alumni feel for the institution.

A campus office decoration competition is held during Homecoming Week, in which students and staff members compete to show their Hillcat pride.

It is a fictitious cousin of the bobcat, which is indigenous to northeast Oklahoma.

The Hillcat Hacker Invitational is a fun-filled golf event played amidst the hazards of Rogers State University’s scenic Claremore campus. The game features special nondestructive golf balls and is designed for pros, amateurs and hackers alike. The goal of this event is to generate camaraderie among the university’s friends and alumni, showcase RSU’s beautiful and historic campus and establish an outstanding Hillcat Homecoming tradition.

The mascot also draws its name from “College Hill,” a traditional nickname for RSU. The university sits atop a hill overlooking the city of Claremore. The name was conceived independently by a group of RSU students in spring 2005, and approved by the University Mascot Committee, Student Government Association, President, and Administration.

The Slam Dunk Contest and 3-point Shootout has become a yearly tradition held on the Thursday of Homecoming Week. The Homecoming Tailgate Party, held outside of the Claremore Expo Center, is one of the most popular Homecoming events for students, alumni, and the community. For more information, visit www.rsu.edu/homecoming.

The mascot was developed and officially unveiled to the campus in 2005 by RSUPR – the university’s Office of Public Relations – with the assistance of SME Branding of New York, N.Y.

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RSU HILLCAT TRADITIONS

u The Hillcat tradition of “Fear the Claw” began seven years ago and has spread throughout, the student body.

Fear the Claw

Fight Song

Not long after Hillcat men’s and women’s basketball was introduced at RSU, the home court at the Claremore Expo Center quickly gained a reputation as a formidable venue for opponents. As a member of the Hillcat team aligns himself or herself on the free throw line, the crowd at the Expo Center extends one arm skyward and makes the sign of the claw with their fists.

Hillcats of RSU Standing tall in Red and Blue We will prevail We refuse to fail Because our spirit's great We wear our colors proudly On our way to victory Go Rogers State!!!

If the shot falls successfully, arms descend in the manner of the scratch of a ferocious wild cat.

Lyrics by Yvonne Pace Music by Clarence Woods/arr. Weller

As members of an opposing team prepare to shoot a free throw, the rowdy RSU student section has been known to intimidate the shooter. Depending on the shooter’s fortitude, sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t!

Alma Mater

Rise above the Claremore valley Camelot to view, Stands our gracious alma mater Thrusting t’ward the blue. Lift the chorus, speed it onward For the Red and Blue, Hail to thee our alma mater Hail to R-S-U!

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MEMBERS RECEIVE:

u Season Tickets & VIP access for all  RSU athletic events u Exclusive Hillcat Club athletic apparel u Special recognition at Hillcat athletic events and much, much more!

PLATINUM

Buffalo Wild Wings Claremore Progress Community Home Health Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center Melton Sales James & Norma Morrison Pelco Structural, LLC RCB Bank Robson Properties TTCU

GOLD

BancFirst Charlie’s Chicken Claremore Senior Living Hammett House Jack Kissee Ford Walmart

BLUE

AXH Air-Coolers Claremore Vision Center Inc. Deana Clark D&S Cattle Company Inc. Shirley Ewton & Barbara Davis Dee Hairston Mark & Susan Haggard Kirtis & Susan Hartzler Mark & Cinda Meadors Doug Mosier Dr. Don & Brenda Seidel Paul & Stephen Simpson Leonard & Kathy Szopinski Clark & Cindy Victory

SILVER

All Star Trophy Overhead Door Rogers County Abstract Spectrum Paint Company

BRONZE

RED

Dr. Brian & Jill Andrews Tommy & Kathy Andrews Animal Medical Center – Dr. Ed & Lisa Gilsleider Bill & Vicki Beierschmitt Norman & Joyce Christian Dr. Diana & Larry Clayton Dr. Frank & Pat Elwell Bill & Lou Flanagan Pam & Pete Fowler Joe & Sharon Gardner Darrell Hartzler Dr. Ken & Kelly Hicks Dennis & Kathleen Houtz Inola Health Care Center OK Farm Bureau – Luther Martin Dr. Darryl D. Reed, DDS Bob & Virginia Sherrer Jack & Mary Lee Spinks Lindel & Janette Stephens Dick Thornburg Tobie & Jeanne Titsworth Thomas & Andrea Volturo Todd R. Ward Carlene Webber

WHITE

Claremore Compounding Ryan & Kristy Erwin Grand Bank Eddie Jackson Pixley Lumber Company Dr. Larry & Peggy Rice Marty Quinn - Shelter Insurance Company RSU Development Office

Steve Braun Chupp Implement Co. Clarice Doyle El Azteca Mexican Restaurant Sheri Robison Sara Williams

To JOIN THE TEAM call the RSU athletic department at 343-7782 or visit

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2013-2014 Women’s hillcat Golf roster

Name

Cl.

Ht.

Hometown/Previous School

Kina Boone

FR

5’5

Choctaw, Okla./Choctaw HS

Morgan Brown

FR

5’3

Henryetta, Okla./Henryetta HS

Chelsea Burney*

SO

5’6

Amarillo, Texas/Randall HS

Mica Eastin

FR

5’4

Carrollton, Texas/Creekview HS

Whitney Hocutt*

SR

5’8

Claremore, Okla./Claremore HS

Kelsey Stuever*

SO

5’6

Washington, Okla./Washington HS

Michelle Tierney

FR

5’5

Waterford, Ireland/Yeats College

Raquel Trevino*

SO

5’4

Pasadena, Texas/Pasadena HS

ShyAnn Williams

FR

5’2

Coweta, Okla./Coweta HS

* Denotes returning player Head Coach: Lynn Blevins


2013-2014 RSU HILLCAT

Golf schedule Date Event Location Course –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Men’s Schedule ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Sept. 16-17, 2013 Sept. 30- Oct. 1, 2013 Oct. 21-22, 2013 Oct. 28-29, 2013 Feb. 10-11, 2014 Feb. 17-18, 2014 March 3-4, 2014 March 17-18, 2014 March 24-25, 2014 March 31- April 1, 2014

Ryan Palmer Foundation Invitational Texoma Championship Arkansas-Monticello Fall Classic Northwood Fall Shootout Jack Brown Memorial San Antonio Shootout Crawford Wade Invitational Midwestern State Invitational Lion Invitational Natural State Invitational

Amarillo, Texas Durant, Okla. Sherwood, Ark. Garland, Texas Laredo, Texas San Antonio, Texas Pottsville, Texas Wichita Falls, Texas Fort Smith, Ark. Hebner Springs, Ark.

Tascosa Country Club Chickasaw Point Golf Resort The Greens at North Hills Tangle Ridge Golf Club Laredo Country Club TPC San Antonio Lake Texoma Resort Wichita Falls Country Club Hardscrabble Country Club Red Apple Inn & Country Club

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WOMen’s Schedule ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Sept. 16-17, 2013 Oct. 7-8, 2013 Oct. 14-15, 2013 Oct. 21-22, 2013 Feb. 10-11, 2014 Feb. 17-18, 2014 March 3-4, 2014 March 10-11, 2014 March 17-18, 2014 March 24-25, 2014 March 31- April 1, 2014

Susie Maxwell Berning Classic Lady Buffalo Invitational Dallas Baptist Invitational Arkansas-Monticello Fall Classic Jack Brown Memorial St. Mary’s Invitational Crimson Storm Invitational Texoma Chevy Dealers Invitational Midwestern State Invitational Lady Lion Classic Natural State Invitational

Oklahoma City, Okla. Amarillo, Texas Dallas, Texas Sherwood, Ark. Laredo, Texas San Antonio, Texas Edmond, Okla. Pottsville, Texas Wichita Falls, Texas Fort Smith, Ark. Hebner Springs, Ark.

Lincoln Park Golf Course Tascosa Country Club Golf Club of Dallas The Greens at North Hills Laredo Country Club Dominion Golf Course KickingBird Golf Club Lake Texoma Resort Weeks Park Golf Course Hardscrabble Country Club Red Apple Inn & Country Club

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2013-14 Rogers State University Golf Media Guide  

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