MEN’S GOLF QUICK FACTS
Location: Enrollment: President: Athletic Director: Nickname: School Color: Athletics Website: Home Course: Conference:
Piscataway, N.J. 52,471 Dr. Richard L. McCormick Tim Pernetti Scarlet Knights Scarlet www.scarletknights.com Rutgers University Golf Course BIG EAST
Director of Golf/ Women’s Golf Coach: Men’s Golf Coach: Assistant Coach: 2008-09 BE Finish : Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost:
Maura Waters-Ballard (Rutgers ‘88) Jason Bataille (Rutgers ‘06) Wally Kim (Vermont ‘90) 12th Seven One
Golf SID: Office Phone: Email:
Kevin Lorincz 732-445-7812 email@example.com
Date(s) March 19 March 22-23 April 5 April 10-11 April 18-20 April 30
Name James Arbes Benjamin Bershad John Fagan Christopher Frame Jordan Gibbs James Hilaire J.F. Sorbella Andrew Tursky
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Quick Facts/TOC ..............................................................................1 2009-10 Schedule ...........................................................................1 Coaching Staff ....................................................................................2 2009-10 Scarlet Knights .......................................................3–5 2008–09 Results ............................................................................6 History/Rutgers Golf Course.......................................................7 University Page ..................................................................................8
Office of Athletic Communications Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Louis Brown Athletic Center 83 Rockafeller Rd. Piscataway, NJ 08854 (732) 445–4200 (732) 445–3636 / 3063 – FAX Written and edited by: Kevin Lorincz Design: Kevin Revoir This guide has been compiled to assist the media with its coverage of the team. Updated results may be obtained throughout the season from the Office of Athletic Communications at (732) 445-4200 or by accessing the Golf Website at www.scarletknights.com
2010 Men’s Golf Spring Schedule
Event Florida Atlantic C & F Bank Intercollegiate Rehoboth Beach Invitational Princeton Invitational BIG EAST Championship Pro/Co Am Fundraiser
Location Lake Worth, Fla. Williamsburg, Va. Rehoboth Beach, Del. Princeton, N.J. Palm Harbor, Fla. Piscataway, N.J.
RUTGERS 2009-10 MEN’S GOLF ROSTER Class Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So.
School/Hometown Westfield/Westfield, N.J. Hopewell Valley/Titusville, N.J. Hunterdon Central/Flemington, N.J. Marian Catholic/Woodstock, Ill. Princeton/Princeton, N.J. John Jay/Fishkill, N.Y. Brunswick School/Port Chester, N.Y. Immaculata/Hillsborough, N.J.
MAURA WATERSBALLARD DIRECTOR OF GOLF/ WOMEN’S GOLF COACH
Maura Waters-Ballard is in her 17th season mentoring the Rutgers University golf programs. After serving as head coach for both the men’s and women’s teams, she has transitioned to the role of Director of Golf/Women’s Golf Coach. In the capacity, she will oversee the operations and recruitment for both teams, while shifting her competition focus to the women’s squad. Waters-Ballard knows what it takes to succeed “On the Banks” as a studentathlete. A 1988 graduate of Rutgers College with a BA in Economics, she relies on the experience she gained as a letterwinner for the Scarlet Knights golf team from 1984-1987. The 2005 BIG EAST Men’s Golf Coach of the Year brings not only her competitive experience to her athletes, but also great knowledge of the game of golf as well as familiarity with the University. A former “Futures Tour” player, Waters-Ballard had quite an extensive competitive golf career, including winning the 2008 Garden State Pinehurst Championship with partner Ann Probert, the 1992 New Jersey State Amateur Championship, the 1991 WMGA Better Ball with partner Mary Eichhorn, and the 1988 Garden State Stroke Play Championship. As a Scarlet Knight golfer, she won the 1986 Yale Invitational, and had several other topthree finishes while earning MVP honors all four years. In 1994, Ballard was inducted into the Somerville (NJ) High School Athletic Hall of Fame for her accomplishments in tennis, basketball and golf. “We are students first,” states Ballard. “That is why we are here, to earn a degree. My goal is for my athlete’s academic success and athletic prowess to grow hand in hand during their careers on the banks.” It is evident that Ballard’s vision for the team is working. Since joining the BIG EAST Conference in 1997, her athletes have earned BIG EAST All-Academic honors 76 times. The men’s golf team has won 16 tournaments, placed second 12 times, and 11 players have won individual titles. Brent Pittman (ENG ’05) earned All American Scholar honors while leading his team to the 2005 NCAA East Regional. In Waters Ballard’s 11 years at the helm of the women’s golf team, they have won four tournaments, placed second 12 times, and four players have won individual titles. In addition to their success in the classroom and on the links, the women’s golf team has earned honors servicing the community as well. The team earned the “Athlete’s for Life” award from New Jersey Blood Services in 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2005 for having 100 percent team participation in their blood drives on campus. During the summer, Coach Ballard directs two-week-long Nike Junior Golf Camps. The campers are housed in the air-cooled, three-bedroom suites on the Busch Campus, and practice and play each day is held at the Rutgers University Golf course, also on the Busch Campus. Ballard’s positive attitude and focused demeanor has resulted in her athlete’s referring to her as the “eternal optimist.” When asked about that, she responds, “They may kid around about it, but I take it as a very high compliment. I want to be a continual source of inspiration for my team members.” Ballard resides in Flemington, N.J., with her husband, Bob, a 1981 Rutgers graduate. They spend much of their free time playing golf at their home course, Stanton Ridge Golf and Country Club, where Ballard carries a one handicap and is the women’s club champion.
JASON BATAILLE MEN’S GOLF COACH
Jason Bataille, a four-year varsity golf letter winner for the Scarlet Knights from 2002-06, is in his first season as men’s golf coach at Rutgers University. The South Plainfield, N.J. native spent the past two seasons as a volunteer assistant coach under Maura Waters-Ballard.
One of the more prominent performers in recent RU golf history, Bataille was team captain of the 2004-05 squad that qualified for the NCAA Championship. He also won the 2004 Rutgers Invitational.
Bataille served as Golf Professional at Trump National in Bedminster, New Jersey, in 2008. Rated as one of the top 100 golf courses in the world by Golf Magazine, he was a playing professional at the course and competed with high profile identities such as owner Donald Trump. He ran tournaments for member and non-member outings, which entailed creating a budget, pricing the event and facilitating day-of operations. He also provided lessons to individuals at all skill levels and facilitated the club’s junior camps.
Bataille moved to Trump after serving as golf professional at Metuchen Country Club in Edison, N.J., in 2006-07. At the club, he was responsible for the daily operations of the pro shop and was instrumental in developing a quality junior golf program for youths aged six through 17. A member of the New Jersey Assistants PGA from 2006-2008, Bataille was elected to the organization’s Board of Directors during his first year as a professional. He was also elected to hold the position of Vice President, representing 160 state wide professionals. The NJAPGA Player of the Year in both 2007 and 2008, Bataille earned a degree in political science from Rutgers in May, 2006.
WALLY KIM ASSISTANT COACH Wally Kim has 17 years of experience teaching golf at all levels. A PGA Class A Member since 1998, he has brought another level of instruction to the members of the Scarlet Knights men’s and women’s golf teams. Working with each student-athlete on a weekly basis, Kim uses cutting edge technology to enhance player performance. He utilizes both video analysis and state-of-the-art training aids. His teaching focuses on the core of the body to make the swing more powerful and fluid. A 1990 graduate of the University of Vermont with a BS in Business Administration, Kim currently holds a full-time position as a golf professional at Stanton Ridge Golf and Country Club in Whitehouse Station, N.J. He resides in Flemington, with his wife Krista Lynn and two daughters, Kirsten and Claudia.
James Arbes Senior Westfield, N.J. Fourth-year senior…A member of the 2008-09 BIG EAST All-Academic Team…Has competed in 34 collegiate tournaments…Posted an impressive 74.4 stroke average in the fall…Won the 2009 Princeton Invitational. FALL 2009: Competed in four events, playing 10 rounds…Had a 74.4 stroke average with 21 birdies…Had a season low round of 70 at the McLaughlin…Finished ninth at the Scotty Duncan Memorial and tied for fifth at the Connecticut Cup. SPRING 2009: Competed in all six tournaments, playing 12 rounds…Had a 76.1 stroke average…Shot a 145 (73-72) on the par 71 to earn individual medalist honors at the Princeton Invitational and also registered an event high of seven birdies…Placed 33rd overall at the BIG EAST Championships. FALL 2008: Competed in all five events, playing 10 rounds…Led the team with a career-best 74.5 stroke average…Shot a team-best 71 in the second round of the Rutgers Men's Golf Invitational…Also shot a second-round 72 at the Knights Golf Invitational and the NSU Shark Invitational…Paced the team with a two-round 148 (74-74) at the Hawks Invitational…Converted a team-high 21 birdies and two eagles on the season. SPRING 2008: Competed in all five events, playing 11 rounds…Had a 76.5 stroke average…Finished tied for fourth with a 75 at the Hawk Invitational…Paced the team placed tied for ninth at the Princeton Invitational, with a three-round 216 (77-67-72). FALL 2007: Averaged a 76.00 per round in five tournaments… Shot a season low 71 in the third round of the Rutgers Men's Invitational. FALL 2006/SPRING 2007: Competed in nine tournaments…Had a 77.7 stroke average. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2006 graduate of Westfield HS…Was named Union County Player of the Year in 2003, 2004 and 2006…Received AllState recognition all four years…Named to the All-State Second Team as a senior and was named to the All-State First Team as a junior…Won the Blue Devil Invitational in 2005 and 2006…Tied for 3rd at the 2005 AJGA Lessings Classic with rounds of 74-69-67…Tied for 6th at Army's Mulekicker Classic with rounds of 76-72. PERSONAL: Economics major.
Benjamin Bershad Senior Titusville, N.J.
SPRING 2009: Competed in one event…Competed as an individual at the Florida Atlantic dual match and shot a team’s best of 73 and tied for 2nd in the 19-player field on the par 71 course. FALL 2008: Returned to the links after not competing the previous spring…Played in all five tournaments, totaling 10 rounds of competition…Had a 78.5 stroke average…Shot a season and team-low 71 in his first round of the season at the Rutgers Men's Golf Invitational. SPRING 2008: Did not compete in any events. FALL 2007: Averaged 78.2 per round in two tournaments… Shot a season low 74 in the second and third rounds of the Rutgers Men's Invitational in September. COLLEGE: Attended Guilford College from fall 2005 through spring 2006… Played in five tournaments for a Guilford team that finished 2nd nationally in Division III competition…His 77.2 stroke average was 20th lowest in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2005 graduate of Hopewell Valley HS…Was named to the All-State First Team as a senior…Was the runner-up in the Tournament of Champions where he shot a 70…Named an All Area Player of the Year by the Trenton Times, in addition to First Team All County and First Team All Conference…Named to the Group III All-State First Team as a junior. PERSONAL: Exercise science and sport studies major.
John Fagan Freshman Flemington, N.J. True freshman…New Jersey state high school champion. FALL 2009: Competed in the Rutgers Invitational and carded a 150 (76-74). HIGH SCHOOL: A 2009 graduate of Hunterdon Central HS…A 2009 Newark Star-Ledger Third Team AllState and First Team All Group IV selection…Drained two long putts, one for par and one for birdie, on his last two holes to register a 78 to win the 2009 Group IV Tournament of Champions state individual crown…Helped HCHS to the 2009 Group IV team title at the NJSIAA TOC… Team finished the 2009 season with a 15-3 record and ranked third overall in the state, while also being named the Courier News Team of the Year under head coach Larry Ries…Was named the Star Ledger Boys Golfer of the Week after firing a one-under par 46 (12 holes) to win the 2009 Westfield Blue Devil Tournament. PERSONAL: Major is undeclared.
Fourth year senior…A member of the 2008-09 BIG EAST All-Academic Team…Transfer student-athlete who has competed in 16 collegiate tournaments, including 11 in Scarlet. FALL 2009: Competed in three events, playing seven rounds…Had a 78.7 stroke average with 11 birdies.
Christopher Frame Junior Woodstock, Ill. Third year junior from the Prairie State…A member of the 2008-09 BIG EAST AllAcademic Team…Has competed in nine collegiate tournaments. FALL 2009: Competed in the Rutgers Invitational and carded a 153 (75-78). SPRING 2009: Competed in two tournaments, playing four rounds…Had a 78.5 stroke average…Earned the second best RU score at the Towson Invitational. FALL 2008: Competed in two tournaments, playing four rounds…Finished with a 77.0 stroke average...Recorded a season- low 74 in the first round of the Knights Golf Invitational. SPRING 2008: Competed in two tournaments, playing six rounds…Had a 78.7 stroke average…Shot a season-low 74 in the opening round of the Princeton invitational. FALL 2007: Averaged 77.40 per round in two events…Shot a season low 75 in the second round of the Rutgers Men's Golf Invitational in September. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2007 graduate of Marian Catholic HS…Was a first team all-area selection as a senior…Named a top five player in Illinois by Golf Week…A two-time second team all-area performer…Named to the All-Suburban Catholic Conference Team three times. PERSONAL: Communication major.
Jordan Gibbs Senior Princeton, N.J. Fourth year senior…Team captain…Has competed in 22 collegiate tournaments…A 2008-09 and 2007-08 BIG EAST All-Academic selection who has earned multiple citations on the Dean's List. FALL 2009: Competed in two events, playing five rounds…Had a 76.8 stroke average with five birdies. SPRING 2009: Competed in five tournaments, playing nine grounds…Had a 76.5 stroke average…Finished fourth versus FAU…Posted a sixth place finish on his hometown course in the Princeton Invitational…Was RU’s top performer with a 78 in the Cavalier Classic. FALL 2008: Competed in three tournaments, playing six rounds...Had a 77.17 stroke average…Shot a season-low 72 in the opening round of the White Clay Creek Scotty Duncan…One of three Scarlet Knights, along with freshman Andrew Tursky and junior James Arbes, to record an eagle during the Fall season. SPRING 2008: Competed in all five events, playing 11 rounds…Had a 77.2 stroke average…Finished tied for seventh with a 76 at the Hawk Invitational…Shot two rounds at 74 in the Princeton Invitational. FALL 2007: Competed in five tournaments, averaging 76.92 in 12 rounds of play…Tied for 13th out of 91 participants in the Rutgers
Men's Golf Invitational where he shot a season low of 73 in the first round of play…Placed first at the 2007 NJSGA Amateur Qualifier (70). FALL 2006/SPRING 2007: Recorded an 80 average in two tournaments. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2006 graduate of Princeton HS…Earned all-area, allcounty and second team All-State recognition as a senior…Shot 72 and placed 2nd at the 2005 Mercer County Championship…Shot 70 and placed 2nd at the 2005 Viking Invitational...Placed 6th out of 750 golfers at the Palmetto High School Championship as a senior. PERSONAL: Economics major.
James Hilaire Senior Fishkill, N.Y. Fourth-year senior…A member of the 2008-09 BIG EAST All-Academic Team…Has competed in 25 collegiate tournaments…Won the spring 2008 Hawk Invitational. FALL 2009: Competed in four events, playing 10 rounds…Had a 73.9 stroke average with 27 birdies…Had a hole-in-one for eagle at the Rutgers Invitational en route to a fourth place finish…Placed third at the Scotty Duncan Memorial…Shot an opening round 69 at the McLaughlin. SPRING 2009: Competed in five tournaments, playing nine rounds…Had a 78.4 stroke average…Had five birdies in the Princeton Invitational to finish in 17th place…Placed tied for 54th place in the BIG EAST Championships. FALL 2008: Played in all five tournaments, compiling 10 rounds…Had a 76.0 stroke average…Finished sixth overall in the region at the NSU Shark Invitational…Shot a season-best 73 in the opening round of the NSU Shark Invitational. SPRING 2008: Competed in all five events, playing 11 rounds…Had a 76.8 stroke average… Shot five rounds at 74 or better…Won the individual title at the Hawk Invitational with a 73 to lead RU to an event victory…Also paced the team at the BIG EAST Championships with a three-round 234. FALL 2007: Averaged 75.8 in two tournaments…Shot one under par (71) in the first round of the BIG EAST/MAC Challenge in October…Finished seventh out of 42 competitors in the Knights Golf Invitational, shooting 76 twice. FALL 2006/ SPRING 2007: Competed in four tournaments, averaging a 79.75 per round. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2006 graduate of John Jay HS…Won the 2005 Met Area Westfield Qualifier with rounds of 74 and 67…Was a two-time Poughkeepsie Journal High School Golfer of the Year…Placed 24th at the 2005 North/South Junior at Pinehurst shooting 75-73-75…Qualified for the 2006 NY State Open shooting 72…Shot 81-75 at the 2006 NY State Open on the Bethpage Black Course. PERSONAL: History major.
J.F. Sorbella Senior Port Chester, N.Y. Fourth-year senior… Has competed in 27 collegiate tournaments…Finished tied for 12th overall at the 2009 BIG EAST Championships…Won the 2007 Knights Invitational. FALL 2009: Competed in three events, playing seven rounds…Had a 74.7 stroke average with 16 birdies and one eagle…Finished tied for seventh the Rutgers Invitational…Shot a final round 70 at the McLaughlin. SPRING 2009: Played in six events, playing 12 rounds…Had a 75.7 stroke average…Finished tied for 12th overall at the BIG EAST Championships with a three-round 219 (74-71-74)…Paced RU with a team best 76 at the Cavalier Classic. FALL 2008: Played in four events, totaling eight rounds…Had a 78.25 stroke average…Shot a season-best 74 in the second round of the Rutgers Men's Golf Invitational. SPRING 2008: Competed in all five events, playing 11 rounds…Had a 77.5 stroke average…Shot six rounds at 75 or better… Finished tied for fourth with a 75 at the Hawk Invitational…Paced the team at the Yale Spring Open with a 150 (75-75). FALL 2007: Led the team with a 75.7 stroke average in four tournaments…Won the Knights Invitational out of 42 participants, where he shot six under par (66) in the opening round…Tied for 24th in the BIG EAST/MAC Challenge. FALL 2006/SPRING 2007: Competed in five tournaments, averaging 80.7 per round. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2006 graduate of the Brunswick School…Compiled a 47-3-1 record in four years…Won the PJGT Kutchers and the Metropolita Junior Classic in 2003…Won the PJGT at Bethpage in 2004…Placed 2nd out of 120 players at the 2006 Prep School Championship, shooting 72…Qualified for the US Junior Amateur in 2003 and 2004…Won 14 national IJGT, PJGT and FCWT Junior Tours from 1999-2005. PERSONAL: Economics major.
Andrew Tursky Sophomore Hillsborough, N.J. Second year sophomore…Has competed in eight events, playing 18 rounds. FALL 2009: Competed in three events, playing eight rounds…Had a 77.25 stroke average with 15 birdies…Carded a final round 70 in the Rutgers Invitational to place 11th. SPRING 2009: Competed in two events, playing four rounds…Had an 80.0 stroke average…Competed individually versus Florida Atlantic and tied for 9th with a 77. FALL 2008: Made his Scarlet Knight debut, competing in three events, playing six rounds…Averaged an 80.5…Fired a season-best 74 in the second round of the Rutgers Men's Golf Invitational…Was one of three Scarlet Knights to record an eagle. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2008 graduate of Immaculata HS, where he was an honor student…A Newark Star Ledger First Team All-State selection…Two-time Somerset County champion…Placed second in both the NJSIAA Meet of Champions and Non-Public A Tournament as a senior…Was also sixth in the Skyland Conference and seventh in the Garden State Cup…Cited as First Team All-Non Public by the Ledger as a junior…Was named the 2007 Courier News All-Area Player of the Year…Won the Non-Public North title as a junior…Has had success playing the FCWT, IJGT, and AJGA Tours…Won the Rutgers Junior Open by six strokes after shooting two under par rounds. PERSONAL: Major is undeclared.
2008-09 RESULTS NSU Sharks Invitational Haig Course at PGA National Resort and Spa Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Par 72; 6,806 yards October 13-14, 2008
FALL 2008 Rutgers Menâ€™s Invitational Rutgers University Golf Course Piscataway, N.J. Par 71; 6,337 yards September 12-13, 2008 9 T31 T31 T53 T53 T64
Rutgers University James Arbes Isaac Lim J.F. Sorbella Benjamin Bershad James Hilaire
297-290=587 75-71=146 75-71=146 76-74=150 71-79=150 77-74=151
12 T25 T54 T57 T76 T85
Rutgers University James Arbes James Hilaire Benjamin Bershad J.F. Sorbella Isaac Lim
301-304=605 74-74=148 73-79=152 79-74=153 75-81=156 80-77=157
T5 T12 T16 T43 T48 T59
Rutgers University James Arbes James Hilaire Benjamin Bershad Jordan Gibbs Andrew Tursky
304 -311=615 78-74=152 78-75=153 82-76=158 72-87=159 76-86 =162
Hawks Invitational Ballymeade Country Club North Falmouth, Mass. Par 72; 6,928 yards September 29-30, 2008
Scotty Duncan Memorial Invitational White Clay Creek Country Club Stanton, Del. Par 72; 6,861 yards October 4-5, 2008
SPRING 2009 FAU vs. Rutgers Fountains Country Club Lake Worth, Fla. March 16, 2009
2 Rutgers University T2 Benjamin Bershad* 3 Jordan Gibbs T9 James Arbes T9 Andrew Tursky T12 Isaac Lim, Rutgers T12 J.F. Sorbella T15 James Hilaire 19 Chris Frame* *Played as an individual
First Market Bank Intercollegiate Kingsmill Resort Williamsburg, Va Par 71; 6831 yards March 23-24, 2009 12 T28 T46 T61 T78 T78
Rutgers University J.F. Sorbella James Arbes Isaac Lim James Hilaire Jordan Gibbs
Towson University Invitational Prospect Bay Country Club Towson, Md. Par 72; 6,557 yards March 28-29, 2009 T11 T30 T47 T52 T54 77
Rutgers University Isaac Lim Chris Frame J.F. Sorbella James Arbes Andrew Tursky
Princeton Invitational Springdale Gold Club Princeton, N.J. Par 71; 6,390 yards April 11-12, 2009 1 1 T6 T11 T17 T20
Rutgers University James Arbes Jordan Gibbs Isaac Lim James Hilaire J.F. Sorbella
BIG EAST Championship La Jovita Golf and Country Club Dade City, Fla. Par 72; 7,031 yards April 19-21, 2009 9 T12 T33 T43 T48 54
Rutgers University J.F. Sorbella James Arbes Isaac Lim Jordan Gibbs James Hilaire
309 73 74 77 77 79 79 80 84
305-299=604 76-73=149 76-76=152 79-75=154 81-75=156 74-82=156
309-300-311=920 75-79-73=227 79-76-75=230 78-75-79=232 77-72-84=233 80-77-86=243
294-302=596 73-72=145 73-76=149 76-75=151 73-80=153 75-79=154
301-296-300=897 74-71-74=219 76-72-77=225 79-78-72=229 76-79-77=232 75-75-87=237
10 T10 T14 T27 72 73
Rutgers University Isaac Lim James Arbes James Hilaire J.F. Sorbella Benjamin Bershad
307-305=612 71-75=146 75-72=147 73-79=152 88-79=167 88-81=169
3 T6 T14 T14 16 T20
Rutgers University Isaac Lim James Arbes James Hilaire J.F. Sorbella Benjamin Bershad
308-296=604 74-74=148 80-72=152 77-75=152 78-75=153 79-76=155
Knights Golf Invitational Royce Brook Golf Club Hillsborough, NJ Par 72; 6,919 yards October 20-21, 2008
Cavalier Classic Birdwood Golf Course Charlottesville, Va. Par 72; 6,875 yards April 25, 2008 17 T46 T67 T77 T80 T84
Rutgers University J.F. Sorbella Jordan Gibbs Isaac Lim James Hilaire James Arbes
313 76 78 79 80 81
FALL 2009 Rutgers Menâ€™s Invitational Rutgers University Golf Course Piscataway, N.J. Par 71; 6,337 yards September 11-12, 2009 1 T4 T4 12 T18 T30
Rutgers University Gene Yang James Hilaire Andrew Tursky Chris Frame Jordan Gibbs
301-291=592 75-71=146 73-73=146 79-70=149 75-78=153 78-77=155
9 T26 T26 T45 T54 T86
Rutgers University James Hilaire J.F. Sorbella Gene Yang James Arbes Andrew Tursky
290-296-285=871 69-76-71=216 73-73-70=216 78-72-69=219 70-75-76=221 82-76-75=233
3 3 9 T15 T26 T32
Rutgers University James Hilaire James Arbes Gene Yang J.F. Sorbella Benjamin Bershad
314-303=617 73-76=149 82-72=154 80-77=157 79-81=160 83-78=161
7 T5 T23 27 T36 T48
Rutgers University James Arbes James Hilaire Jordan Gibbs Benjamin Bershad Andrew Tursky
302-304-303=909 76-74-71=221 76-77-75=228 77-75-77=229 75-78-80=233 75-80-81=236
The McLaughlin Bethpage Country Club Farmingdale, N.Y. Par 70; 6,734 yards September 18-19, 2009
Scotty Duncan Memorial Invitational White Clay Creek Country Club Stanton, Del. Par 72; 6,861 yards October 4-5, 2009
Connecticut Cup Ellington Ridge Country Club Ellington, Conn. Par 72; 6,936 yards October 12-13, 2009
RUTGERS GOLF HISTORY
RUTGERS MEN’S GOLF HISTORY The Rutgers men’s golf team has competed in the prestigious BIG EAST Conference since 1995. In 2004, the men’s team was victorious in four fall events and competed in the NCAA Championships in the spring of 2005, marking the first time since 1984 the Scarlet Knights advanced to the NCAA’s. Following the historic 2004-05 season, Rutgers head coach Maura Ballard was named the 2005 BIG EAST Men’s Golf Coach of the Year. “I am flattered to have received this honor,” said Waters at the time. “This is the most talented team I’ve had and it has been a very exciting year. This group has worked extremely hard and I am very proud of them.” The Rutgers men’s golf program has produced a number of top players in its long and proud history. Current professionals who starred at Rutgers include Bill King (Spring Lake Golf Club), Frank Esposito (Brooklake Country Club), Mark Giuliano (Fairmount Country Club), Jim Mrva (Monroe Golf Club, Rochester, NY), John Fagan (Raritan Valley Country Club), and John Schob (Huntington Crescent Club, Huntington, NY). Rutgers has also produced its share of top amateur players, including Bob Marzoli, the 1971 MGA champion, two-time All-American James Guerra, Barry Wiseman, Bruce Young, Ryan MacDonald and Brent Pittman, to name a few. Two men who played a central role in the evolution and history of Rutgers Golf are former long-time head coach Fred Gruninger and former head professional Art DeBlasio. Gruninger, who later went on to serve a long tenure as RU’s athletic director, was a highly-successful head coach at Rutgers, leading the Scarlet Knights to a 109-30-2 record between 1963 and 1972. Art DeBlasio, the Rutgers head pro from 1966-2001, assisted with both the men’s and women’s teams during his 35 years “On the Banks.”
Rutgers University Golf Course The Rutgers University Golf Course was founded in 1961 with the construction of the present day 18-hole layout that was expertly designed by Hal Purdy, a noted golf architect. The course was officially opened May 29, 1963. Today, the par-71 Rutgers Golf Course (par-72 for women) can be stretched to 6,337 yards and features a course rating of 70.5 and a slope of 130. Over the past decade, the Rutgers Golf Course has undergone extensive renovations and updates, which include a modern irrigation system, the addition of several bunkers and the planting of many trees, including a host of impressive evergreens. Once a rather wide-open tract, today’s Rutgers Golf Course features a host of tree-lined holes, featuring undulating greens and water that comes into play on five holes. A round of golf at the Rutgers Golf Course offers a panoramic view of a plethora of academic buildings, including the world famous Waksman Institute of Microbiology, a stately structure that rests to the left of the first fairway. Every golfer who enjoys the Rutgers Golf Course can also gaze at several athletic-related complexes. To the left of the fifth and sixth hole offers a view of the Indoor Bubble, in which the Rutgers football team trains during inclement weather. Rising majestically to the left of the sixth green is Rutgers Stadium, the home of the Scarlet Knight football team. The Rutgers Golf Course features a newly-expanded driving range, and a 12,000 square foot short game practice facility and putting green. Jill Jerauld, a former Futures Tour and European Tour player, joined the Rutgers University Golf Course as the Course Pro/Manager in November 2001. She is the only female Professional Golf Association (PGA) - certified head pro in the state of New Jersey. For 10 years prior to joining Rutgers University Golf Course, she was the head pro at Blueberry Hill Golf Course in Russell, PA. Since Jerauld took over management of the Rutgers University Golf Course, she has successfully implemented a pace-of-play system that has decreased the time of an average round of golf by as much as one hour. DID YOU KNOW? Every hole at the Rutgers Golf Course is named for a tree that can be found on the course and that the par-3 11th hole, named Sour Gum, is home to the oldest Japanese sour gum tree in the state. Contact Information Rutgers University Golf Course 777 Hoes Lane West Piscataway, NJ 08854-8022 732/445-2637 (pro shop)
RICHARD L. McCORMICK PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY Richard L. McCormick is the 19th president of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. A scholar of American political history who began his academic career on the Rutgers faculty, he returned as president in 2002 after serving as provost of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and president of the University of Washington. Dr. McCormick’s goal is to advance Rutgers within the top tier of American public research universities. His ambitions for the university include an enriched learning experience for every student; teaching and research focused on global human problems; diversity of students, faculty, staff, and programs; and deeper connections with the people of New Jersey. President McCormick led a major restructuring and reinvigoration of undergraduate education at Rutgers-New Brunswick, the university’s largest campus. The plan, approved in 2006, merged four undergraduate colleges into a School of Arts and Sciences, expanded access to academic programs and learning communities, and established a popular FirstYear Seminar program that offers more than 100 courses – each with no more than 20 students – on a wide range of topics taught by top faculty. Other initiatives undertaken during Dr. McCormick’s tenure include: • Establishment of the first-ever universitywide alumni body, the Rutgers University Alumni Association. • The Rutgers Faculty Traveling Seminar, an annual week-long tour of New Jersey for new faculty. • The Rutgers Future Scholars Program, a pilot project to encourage minority and low-income teenagers from the university’s host cities to pursue higher education by offering mentorship and college preparation support, and the promise of free tuition to those admitted to Rutgers. • Rutgers-Camden’s first-ever doctoral-level academic program, a Ph.D. in childhood studies – the first in the nation in this emerging discipline. • Establishment of the School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers-Newark’s first new school in more than three decades. Born in 1947, President McCormick earned a B.A. in American studies from Amherst College in 1969 and a Ph.D. in history from Yale University in 1976. He is married to Joan Barry McCormick, RU ’88. She is a Vice President at the Saint Peter’s Healthcare System in New Brunswick. Dr. McCormick has two children, Betsy and Michael.
DIRECTOR OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS A lifetime New Jersey native with a strong passion for his alma mater, Tim Pernetti has come full-circle in becoming one of the nation’s youngest leaders in college athletics. A former student-athlete “On the Banks”, Pernetti was named Rutgers’ sixth Director of Intercollegiate of Athletics on February 26, 2009. He will oversee 24 men’s and women’s intercollegiate teams in New Brunswick, a larger number than fielded at most of the university’s peer institutions. The Division of Intercollegiate Athletics has 212 employees and an annual budget of approximately $56 million, roughly 3 percent of the university’s total $1.8 billion budget. Pernetti has been influential in the world of college athletics since he received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass media from Rutgers in 1993, and a master’s degree in communication in 1995. Prior to returning to Rutgers, Pernetti was the Executive Vice President, Content, for CBS College Sports Network. In that role, he oversaw the rights and relationship business, on-air talent, and all network programming and content on air, online and across all screens for the nation’s first company dedicated to college sports. Pernetti helped to build the CBS College Sports Network, previously CSTV, prior to its launch in 2003, and has played a critical role in establishing it as the multi-media leader in college sports programming, content, news and information. He was a recipient of the prestigious Sports Business Journal Forty under Forty Award, and the Multichannel News 40 under 40 Award both in 2008. Charged with developing relationships, acquiring rights and creating multi-platform original programming for the first ever 24-hour sports college sports network, Pernetti successfully navigated through a complicated web of media rights deals to come up with new ways to serve college sports fans. Pernetti worked closely with the NCAA and hundreds of schools in every major conference, securing over 2,500 hours of event programming each year and multiple NCAA Championships across 35 men’s and women’s sports. Pernetti was in charge of the CBS College Sports Network exclusive long-term agreements with the US Naval Academy, Mountain West Conference, Conference USA, and the Atlantic 10. Further he managed company relationships with more than 30 conferences and thousands of institutions. Pernetti remains most proud of establishing a strong relationship in women’s collegiate sports including the establishment of a women’s basketball game of the week package in 2004 with the Big East Conference. In 2006, Pernetti spearheaded a landmark multi-media partnership with the NCAA to make CBS College Sports Network the home of Division II Sports. The innovative deal effectively increased the scope and reach of NCAA Division II sports with hundreds of games now available nationally via the broadcast network and online. Pernetti’s commitment to providing greater exposure to women’s and under-served sports is evidenced by the network’s unprecedented coverage of lacrosse and volleyball, among others. He has also been at the forefront of the development and creation of the Collegiate Nationals, which crowns champions in dozens of high endurance sports, and innovative original production including CBS College Sports Network’s groundbreaking NCAA
March Madness Central, NCAA March Madness Highlights on CBS College Sports, and the WIRED franchise which gives viewers an inside look at games and events through wireless microphones on coaches during game action. Prior to joining CBS College Sports Network, Pernetti served eight years at ABC-TV and ABC Sports most recently as Director of Programming, where he was integral in acquiring, managing and developing several ABC Sports properties including college football, the Bowl Championship Series, and college basketball. For five years, Pernetti handled relationships and negotiated television rights with all of the major collegiate conferences. As a student at Rutgers, Pernetti was a four-year letterwinner at tight end on the Rutgers football squad. He was also the color commentator for Rutgers Football on the Rutgers Football Radio Network and announced weekly NFL games nationally on Sports USA Radio. A resident of Oakland, N.J., Pernetti is married to the former Danielle Bahto. His wife also graduated from Rutgers and was a letterwinner on the women’s lacrosse team. Danielle and Tim are the proud parents of their three children – Max, Conor and Natalie.
RUTGERS: A BRIEF HISTORY
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is one of the leading universities in the nation. The university is comprised of 27 degree-granting divisions; 10 undergraduate colleges, 11 graduate schools, and six schools offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Five are located in Camden, eight in Newark, and 13 in New Brunswick and one in Newark and New Brunswick. Rutgers has a unique history as a colonial college, a land-grant institution, and a state university. Chartered in 1766 as Queen's College, the eighth institution of higher learning to be founded in the colonies, the school opened its doors in New Brunswick in 1771 with a handful of first-year students. During its early years, the college developed as a classic liberal arts institution. In 1825, the name of the college was changed to honor a former trustee and Revolutionary War veteran, Colonel Henry Rutgers. Rutgers College became the land-grant college of New Jersey in 1864, resulting in the establishment of the Rutgers Scientific School, featuring departments of agriculture, engineering, and chemistry. Further expansion in the sciences came with the founding of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station in 1880, the College of Engineering (now the School of Engineering) in 1914, and the College of Agriculture (now the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences) in 1921. The precursors to several other Rutgers divisions were also established during this period: the College of Pharmacy (now the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy) in 1892, the New Jersey College for Women (now part of the School of Arts and Sciences) in 1918, and the School of Education in 1924. In 1924, Rutgers College officially became Rutgers University, a reflection of the institution’s rapidly expanding number of schools and academic programs. Early in the century, Rutgers had begun offering educational opportunities to women when the New Jersey College for Women (later Douglass College) was founded in 1918, and to adult learners when University College was established in 1934. After World War II, enrollment exploded as Rutgers admitted all qualified candidates under the GI Bill. Rutgers was becoming an institution for all people, and in 1945 and 1956, state legislative acts formally designated Rutgers as The State University of New Jersey. A flurry of expansion ensued. The University of Newark (now Rutgers–Newark) joined Rutgers in 1946, followed by the College of South Jersey (now Rutgers–Camden) in 1950. An ambitious building program added libraries, classrooms, and student housing across the three regional campuses. In 1969, Livingston College opened, providing a coeducational residential experience with a special commitment to diversity. Graduate education in the arts and sciences grew through the establishment of the Graduate School–New Brunswick, the Graduate School–Newark, and the Graduate School–Camden. Professional schools were formed to serve students in the fields of business; communication, information, and library studies; criminal justice; education; fine arts; law; management and labor relations; nursing; planning and public policy; psychology; public affairs and administration; and social work. Meanwhile, as industry and government sought partners in solving problems and advancing knowledge, the concept of the research university emerged. In 1981, Rutgers adopted a blueprint for its transformation into a major public research university. With increased support from state, federal, and corporate partners, Rutgers’ strength in research grew dramatically. In 1989, in recognition of its enhanced stature, Rutgers was invited to join the prestigious Association of American Universities, an organization comprising the top 62 research universities in North America. Today, professors and students work in more than 180 specialized research centers, unraveling mysteries in marine sciences, early childhood education, neuroscience, advanced materials, climate change, nutrition, homeland security, transportation, stem cells, and many other areas that can improve life both in New Jersey and around the world. A 2007 major reorganization of undergraduate education in New Brunswick reinvigorated the undergraduate experience for both students and faculty by combining the traditions and strengths of four undergraduate liberal arts colleges—Douglass, Livingston, Rutgers, and University—into a single School of Arts and Sciences. With 27 schools and colleges, Rutgers offers over 100 undergraduate majors and more than 100 graduate and professional degree programs. The university graduates more than 10,000 students each year, and has more than 350,000 living alumni residing in all 50 states and on six continents. Rutgers also sponsors community initiatives in all 21 New Jersey counties. Universitywide, new degree programs, research endeavors, and community outreach are in development to meet the demands of the 21st century. Today, Rutgers continues to grow, both in its facilities and in the variety and depth of its educational and research programs. The university's goals for the future include the continued provision of the highest quality education, along with the increased support of research and commitment to public service to meet the needs of society.
MAJOR PROGRAMS OF STUDY Accounting African & African-American Studies African-American Studies Africana Studies Agricultural Science Allied Health Technologies American Studies Ancient and Medieval Civilizations Animal Science Anthropology Anthropology, Evolutionary Art/Design/Digital Art (B.F.A.) Art/Visual Arts (B.A.) Art/Visual Arts (B.F.A.) Art History Astrophysics Biochemistry Bioenvironmental Engineering Biological Sciences Biology Biomathematics Biomedical Technology (B.S.) Biotechnology Botany
Business Administration Cell Biology and Neuroscience Central and Eastern European Studies Chemistry Childhood Studies Chinese Classics Clinical Laboratory Sciences Communication Comparative Literature Computer Science Criminal Justice Dance East Asian Languages and Area Studies Ecology and Natural Resources Education Economics Education Engineering Applied Sciences Engineering Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering
General Engineering Industrial Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering English Environmental/Business Economics Environmental Planning and Design Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior Environmental Science European Studies Exercise Science Finance Food Science French General Science Genetics Geography Geological Sciences Geoscience Engineering German History History/French History/Political Science
Hospitality Management Human-Computer Interaction Human Resource Management Independent/Individualized Major Information Systems Information Technology and Informatics Interdisciplinary Major Italian Italian Studies Jewish Studies Journalism and Media Studies Journalism Labor Studies/Employment Relations Landscape Architecture Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies Law Liberal Studies Linguistics Management Management and Global Business Marine Sciences Marketing
Mathematics Mathematics, Applied Medical Technology Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine Medieval Studies Meteorology Microbiology Middle Eastern Studies Molecular Biology and Biochemistry Music Nursing Nutritional Sciences Pharmacy Philosophy Physician Assistant Physics Physics, Applied Planning and Public Policy Plant Science Political Science Portuguese Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies Prebusiness
Predentistry Prelaw Premedicine Preveterinary Medicine Psychology Public Health Public Administration Puerto Rican Studies Religion Russian Science, Technology, and Society Science, General Social Work Sociology Spanish Statistics Statistics/Mathematics Teacher Certification Theater Arts Theater Arts, Television and Media Arts Urban Studies Women’s Studies Women’s and Gender Studies Zoology
RUTGERS AT A GLANCE • Chartered in 1766 as Queen’s College, Rutgers is the eighth oldest college in the nation. • Rutgers was designated the State University of New Jersey by legislative acts in 1945 and 1956. • Rutgers is New Jersey’s largest public research university and is located on three regional campuses in Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick/Piscataway. • Rutgers was named New Jersey’s land-grant university in 1864 and has a special responsibility for serving the needs of the state. • Rutgers is a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), a highly selective organization comprised of the 62 leading research universities in North America. • There are 27 degree-granting schools and colleges, offering more than 270 total bachelor’s, masters and doctoral and professional degree programs. • Rutgers is one of New Jersey’s major employers with some 4,700 faculty and 6,400 staff. • For every dollar New Jersey invests in Rutgers, the university channels $5 into the state’s economy. In 2003, the amount of state support was $524 million, while the combined effect of university direct and indirect spending was estimated at $2.8 billion. • With holdings of more than 6.4 million volumes, the Rutgers library system ranks among the nation’s largest. • Rutgers enrolls more than 50,000 students, including over 37,000 undergraduates and 13,000 graduate students. • More than 10,000 students each year earn a degree from Rutgers. • The university has more than 350,000 living alumni; nearly 200,000 alumni reside in New Jersey. TEACHING AND LEARNING • Rutgers faculty include MacArthur “genius” Fellows, National Medal of Science and National Medal of Technology recipients, Fulbright Scholars, Guggenheim Fellows, members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and winners of many other prestigious awards and grants. • The graduate philosophy department is ranked second in the English-speaking world by the Philosophical Gourmet Report. • Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick is ranked among the top five schools in the country for technology management according to a Journal of Product Innovation Management study. It is tenth out of 51 for international business according to a Journal of International Business Studies report. BusinessWeek ranks the school’s Executive MBA program fifth in the world in the area of strategy and sixth in the area of finance. • The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is ranked fourth among the nation’s top graduate programs in urban planning according to a survey by Planetizen, a Los Angeles-based planning and development network. RESEARCH • Streptomycin, the first effective cure for tuberculosis, and other potent antibiotics were discovered at Rutgers by Professor Selman Waksman and his students in the 1940s. Waksman received the Nobel Prize for his important contributions to medicine. • The New Brunswick campus is home to the New Jersey Stem Cell Institute, a joint endeavor with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. The institute is devoted to finding new and effective approaches to treating seemingly incurable diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and spinal cord injury. • The Rutgers Cell and DNA Repository is a valuable resource for researchers around the world studying the role heredity plays in complex genetic diseases such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, autism, Alzheimer’s, alcoholism, diabetes, and Tourette's syndrome. • The Protein Data Bank, based at Rutgers, is the international repository of three-dimensional protein structures. With $30 million in federal funding, the data bank provides vital information on more than 35,000 proteins and other macromolecules for scientists working to design more effective treatments for disease. • Rutgers’ Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences ranks among America’s top 15 marine research organizations based on peer competition for National Science Foundation research funding. • The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, the only pharmacy school in New Jersey, ranks in the top 10 percent among pharmacy schools nationwide in research dollars awarded by the National Institutes of Health. • Rutgers holds more than 400 patents and, since 1989, has licensed nearly 50 start-up or early-stage companies. • Rutgers is a partner in the Southern African Large Telescope, one of the world's largest optical telescopes and the southern hemisphere's newest eye-on-the-sky. • Rutgers University is leading the Northeast Structural Genomics Consortium, a $52.7 million research program to reveal the roles that proteins play in life’s most fundamental processes. SERVICE TO NEW JERSEY • Rutgers’ Center for Government Services trains New Jersey’s municipal employees to better serve their constituents and certifies approximately 17,000 annually. • The Rutgers Business School operates the New Jersey Small Business Development Centers in all 21 counties, serving more than 7,000 clients annually and offering classes to some 15,000 individuals. • In 2005, Continuous Education and Outreach offered over 3,700 course sections to more than 50,000 individuals. Courses are offered in almost every county in New Jersey. • The Office of the New Jersey State Climatologist at Rutgers is the state’s official weather resource. • Each year, Rutgers holds the New Jersey Folk Festival and Ag Field Day on a single Saturday in April, bringing together some 15,000 people to celebrate the state’s diverse populations and agricultural heritage. SERVICE TO THE NATION • Rutgers research on life deep beneath the ocean’s surface is prominently featured in “Volcanoes of the Deep,” an IMAX film shown at museums around the country. • Rutgers’ agricultural research has led to durable turfgrass, juicy tomatoes, disease-resistant dogwoods, and improved varieties of asparagus. Rutgers turfgrass varieties are used at Yankee Stadium, Central Park, and other venues nationwide. • Nationally respected institutes at Rutgers such as the National Transit Institute and the National Institute for Early Education Research are helping to shape United States and state policy in critical areas. • Rutgers is the nation’s primary source for antiterror security training for public transit workers. • Most meals ready to eat (MREs) manufactured for our nation’s troops are produced using Rutgers-developed technology. • The Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center is a pioneer in developing effective methods to help autistic children.
ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF RUTGERS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS Richard L. McCormick, Ph.D., President
Philip Furmanski, Ph.D., Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
Bruce C. Fehn, B.S., C.P.A., Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration Jonathan R. Alger, J.D., Senior Vice President and General Counsel Gregory S. Blimling, Ph.D., Vice President for Student Affairs
Raphael J. Caprio, Ph.D., Vice President for Continuous Education and Outreach Steven J. Diner, Ph.D., Chancellor, Newark
Kevin MacConnell Deputy Director of Athletics
Richard Costello Deputy Director of Athletics/ Finance and Admin.
Kathleen Hickey Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/SWA
Leslie A. Fehrenbach, B.S., Secretary of the University
Carol P. Herring, B.A., President of the Rutgers University Foundation and Executive Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Jeannine F. LaRue, B.A., Vice President for Public Affairs
Kim Manning, M.B.A., Vice President for University Relations
Courtney O. McAnuff, M.P.A, Vice President for Enrollment Management Michael J. Pazzani, Ph.D., Vice President for Research and Graduate and Professional Education
Tim Pernetti, M.C.I.S., Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Wendell E. Pritchett, Ph.D., J.D., Chancellor, Camden
Barry V. Qualls, Ph.D., Vice President for Undergraduate Education Donna K. Thornton, M.P.A., Vice President for Alumni Relations
Douglas Kokoskie Sr. Assoc. Director of Athletics/Operations
John Ternyila Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/Finance
Jason Kroll Natalie Migliaro Sr. Associate Director of Sr. Associate Director Athletics/Development and of Athletics/Admin. Marketing
John Wooding Sr. Associate Director of Athletics
McK Williams Dr. Robert Monaco Associate Director of Ath- Associate Director of Athletics/Development letics/Sports Medicine and Ticket Operations
Jason Baum Assistant Director of Athletics/Athletic Communications
Kathleen Shank Director of Academic Support Services
Terrence Beachem Associate Director of Athletics/CFO
Jamie Johnson Assistant Director of Athletics/Compliance
Gene Wells Mgr. of Equip. Services LBAC/CAG
Nancy S. Winterbauer, Ed.D., Vice President for University Budgeting
BOARD OF GOVERNORS 2009-2010
M. William Howard, Jr., Chair Patricia Nachtigal, Vice Chair Anthony J. DePetris Gerald C. Harvey Ralph Izzo Robert A. Laudicina Richard L. McCormick, ex officio Gene Oâ€™Hara John F. Russo, Sr. Patrick M. Ryan Daniel H. Schulman George R. Zoffinger
Mark P. Hershhorn, Chair Robert L. Stevenson, Vice Chair Dudley H. Rivers, Jr., Vice Chair Sol J. Barer Felix M. Beck, Emeritus Gregory Bender Joan L. Bildner, Emerita Michael A. Bogdonoff Floyd H. Bragg, Emeritus Elena Buchanan Dominick J. Burzichelli Dorothy W. Cantor John Herbert Carman, Emeritus Peter Cartmell, Emeritus Vivian A. Chester Mary J. Chyb Kevin J. Collins, Emeritus Hollis A. Copeland Clinton C. Crocker Steven M. Darien Anthony J. DePetris Margaret T. Derrick Carleton C. Dilatush, Emeritus Michael R. Dressler Robert P. Eichert, Emeritus Dennis Michael Fenton Evelyn S. Field, Emerita Lora L. Fong Jeanne M. Fox, Emerita John R. Futey Albert R. Gamper, Jr. Ronald W. Giaconia, Emeritus
Martha A. Cotter, Faculty Representative Samuel Rabinowitz, Faculty Representative Eric L. Kaplan, Student Representative OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Bruce C. Fehn, Treasurer Leslie A. Fehrenbach, Secretary Catherine A. Cahill, Assistant Secretary
BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2009-2010
Rochelle Gizinski, Emerita Leslie E. Goodman, Emeritus Joyce Wilson Harley Gerald C. Harvey John A. Hendricks Robert A. Hering Carleton A. Holstrom, Emeritus M. William Howard, Jr. John D. Hugelmeyer Frank Brown Hundley Ralph Izzo Paul B. Jennings, Emeritus Kevin E. Kennedy Walter L. Leib, Emeritus Richard A. Levao, Emeritus Jennifer Lewis-Hall Christine M. Lomiguen Duncan L. MacMillan Iris Martinez-Campbell Richard L. McCormick, ex officio Carol Ann Monroe Robert E. Mortensen Gene O'Hara John A. Oâ€™Malley Dean J. Paranicas, Emeritus Barbara A. Pollison-Beck Sidney Rabinowitz Richard J. Rawson George A. Rears Norman Reitman, Emeritus Alvin J. Rockoff, Emeritus Alejandro Roman John F. Russo, Sr. Patrick M. Ryan Louis A. Sapirman Kenneth M. Schmidt
Daniel H. Schulman Marijane Singer, Emerita Susan Stabile Dorothy M. Stanaitis, Emerita Sandy J. Stewart Abram J. Suydam, Jr. Eleanor J. Tansey Arthur L. Taub, Emeritus Heather Taylor Anne M. Thomas, Emerita Michael R. Tuosto, Emeritus Laurel A. Van Leer Lucas J. Visconti John E. Wade Mary Vivian Fu Wells, Emerita Curtis M. Williams II George R. Zoffinger Menahem Spiegel, Faculty Representative Mark C. Vodak, Faculty Representative Shashi K. Dholandas, Student Representative Joshua E. Slavin, Student Representative
OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Bruce C. Fehn, Treasurer Leslie A. Fehrenbach, Secretary Catherine A. Cahill, Assistant Secretary