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General Information

Name Sarah Beard Mattie Brogdon Jenna Colquhoun Alex Ferguson Erin Lorenzen Nicole Makrakis Bonnie Morgan Caitlin Morrissey Emily Paper Kaitlin Pennell Simone Riford Maggie Savage Sarah Scherer Lauren Sullivan Christen Wilson

Class Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Senior Senior Freshman Senior Freshman Senior Freshman Senior Freshman Freshman Senior Freshman

2009-10 Roster

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Hometown Danville, Indiana Dawsonville, Georgia Kempner, Texas Burleson, Texas Fort Wayne, Indiana Humble, Texas La Vernia, Texas Topeka, Kansas Pleasant Valley, Iowa Antelope, California Kaneohe, Hawaii San Antonio, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Grosse Point Park, Michigan Houston, Texas

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General Information | Roster | 2009-10 Schedule

Date

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TCU Rifle Range

Oct. 17

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Frogs On the Road Academic Success

Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex

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TCU Overview

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TCU Athletics Compliance

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TCU Traditions

Head Coach Karen Monez | TCU Support Staff Meet the Frogs

TCU All-Americans TCU Records

National Championship History

2009 NCAA National Championships 2010 NCAA National Championships

2009-10 Schedule

vs. Kentucky

Fort Worth, Texas

Founded

vs. Alaska

Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb. 6

Feb. 13 Mar. 12 Mar. 13

Bonnie Morgan Alex Ferguson Jenna Colquhoun Maggie Savage

Name

Oct. 28 Nov. 21

White Team

Location

at Ole Miss

Nov. 14

Erin Lorenzen Simone Riford Emily Paper Lauren Sullivan Mattie Brogdon Sarah Beard Nicole Makrakis Caitlin Morrissey Kaitlin Pennell Sarah Scherer Christen Wilson

Opponent

Oct. 4

Nov. 7

Purple Team

Last School Covenant Christian High School Lumpkin County High School Copperas Cove High School Burleson High School Concordia Lutheran High School Atascocita High School La Vernia High School Topeka West High School Pleasant Valley High School Loretta High School Punahou High School Ronald Reagan High School Home School Grosse Point South High School Faith West Academy

Oxford, Miss.

Fort Worth, Texas

at Murray State

Murray, Ky.

vs. Nebraska

Fort Worth, Texas

at The Citadel at Air Force at Air Force

at Nebraska vs. UTEP at UTEP

Charleston, S.C.

Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Lincoln, Neb.

Fort Worth, Texas

Horned Frogs

Colors

Purple (268) | White

Chancellor

Interim Athletics Director

Dr. Victor J. Boschini

Davis Babb

Athletics Phone

Rifle Office

Fort Worth, Texas

1873

8,749

Nickname

Fort Worth, Texas

NCAA Championships

NCAA Championships

Fort Worth, Texas

Enrollment

Head Coach

Fort Worth, Texas

Texas Christian University (TCU)

Location

El Paso, Texas

NCAA Sectionals

Quick Facts

TCU Rifle Staff

Assistant Coach Rifle Fax

(817) 257-7710 Karen Monez

Stephen Scherer

(817) 257-5258 (817) 257-7346

Credits

The 2009-10 TCU Women’s Rifle Media Guide is a production of the TCU Athletics Media Relations Office. Kasey Stricklin served as the lead designer on the media guide and special thanks to the TCU Athletics Media Relations Office for their editorial assistance. The covers were designed by Matt Hoover of the TCU Athletics Media Relations Office, and all photography was supplied by Michael Clements. Printing was provided by Cockrell Printing of Fort Worth. The media guide may be purchased for $10 for walk-ins and $10 plus shipping and handling for all orders on www.GoFrogs.com. 1

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The TCU Experience

Joys of the Road

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“Student-Athletes” to “Tourist-athletes”

he TCU women’s rifle team are not only true student-athletes in every sense of the phrase, but they have also become true tourist-athletes as well.

Over last few seasons, the Horned Frogs have traveled to every corner of the United States and have also flown outside the continental U.S. to Alaska for a match at UAAnchorage. Part of the well-rounded experience of being a Horned Frog shooter is the ability to see and learn about different parts of the country that one might never have had the chance to experience. When the matches are over and the scores are all tallied, TCU Head Coach Karen Monez enjoys taking the team to see the local sights from the beautiful beaches of Lake Tahoe to the mesmerizing views of Alaskan ice sculptures. This season, the Frogs will once again scatter across the country competing against the very best competition in the country. But once the match is over, the good times begin, and the best memories are those away from the firing range. 2

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Home Facility

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The TCU Rifle Range

he TCU Rifle Range is located in the ROTC Building on the campus of TCU and features multiple shooting lanes as well as the latest technology in targeting systems.

The TCU Rifle Range is equipped with Megalink Electronic Targeting System, which allows student-athletes to have access to their shot information instantly. In addition, the TCU Rifle Range also offers each shooter their own individual locker as well as a lobby area and office space for the TCU coaching staff. On the day of a match, the TCU Rifle Range offers spectators and visitors access to a viewing place while the match takes place.

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The TCU Experience Emily Paper 2009 MWC Scholar-Athlete

Academic Success

Simone Riford 2009 MWC Scholar-Athlete

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Lauren Sullivan 2009 MWC Scholar-Athlete

Tanya Gorin 2009 MWC Scholar-Athlete

2.957

The cumulative grade point average for the TCU Athletics Department during the 2009 spring semester. This was the highest GPA for TCU Athletics since reporting began in Fall 1998.

74

The number of student-athletes that were selected as Dean’s List recipients in the 2009 spring semester. During the 2008-09 academic campaign, 157 Frogs earned Dean’s List accolades.

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The number of TCU student-athletes that graduated at the May 2009 commencement ceremony while an additional 81 studentathletes graduated at the 2008 December commencement.

70

The number of TCU student-athletes recognized as Academic All-Mountain West Conference recipients in the 2009 spring semester. A total of 115 student-athletes were cited by the MWC.

27

During the 2009 spring semester, 27 student-athletes recorded a perfect 4.0 grade point average. A total of 53 student-athletes earned a perfect 4.0 grade point average in the 2008-09 campaign.

50

In the 2009 spring semester, 50 percent of TCU student-athletes recorded a grade point average of 3.00 or higher. In that span, 34 percent of all student-athletes notched a GPA of 3.20 or higher.

193

The total number of TCU student-athletes that were selected as Collegiate All-American Scholars by the United States Achievement Academy during the 2008-09 academic campaign.

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A total of 13 athletic programs recorded a collective grade point average of 3.00 or higher while 15 athletic programs posted a cumulative grade point average of 2.90 or higher. WWW.GOFROGS.COM

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The Metroplex

6.3

According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2008 estimate, the DFW Metroplex has a population of 6.3 million residents, making it the fourth-largest area in the country.

1,150

The average number of commercial flights that fly in and out of the DFW International Airport on a daily basis. Flights from the DFW International Airport fly to at least 85 cities daily.

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The DFW Metroplex is one of 13 areas in the nation to have a team in all four professional leagues - Dallas Cowboys (NFL), Texas Rangers (MLB), Dallas Mavericks (NBA) and Dallas Stars (NHL).

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TCU is located in the seventh-largest media market in the country. The Frogs are covered daily by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, which is ranked as one of the nation’s top-10 sports pages.

9,286

The Metroplex tallies 9,286 square miles of total area with 8,991 square miles of land and 295 square miles of water. The Metroplex is larger than Rhode Island and Connecticut COMBINED.

1849

Fort Worth was established in 1849 as an Army outpost overlooking the Trinity River. The city was named in honor of Major General William Worth.

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Dallas/Fort Worth was ranked as the fastest-growing city in the country by CNNMoney.com in 2008. The DFW Metroplex welcomed 162,250 new residents during the 2008 census.

1,500

There are approximately 1,500 churches located in the DFW Metroplex. Over 59 religious groups are represented on the TCU campus, including Roman Catholic, Methodist and Baptist.

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The TCU Experience

Discover TCU’s

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TCU: Ahead of the Curve

CU is committed to creating a world-class, values-centered university experience. With $515million of construction completed in recent years, TCU offers a vibrant living and learning community, mentoring faculty, scores of opportunities to develop leadership skills on campus and an endowment listed 62nd among colleges and universities in the country. It’s a friendly and diverse campus. Students benefit from the strengths and resources of larger institutions but in a small college environment. They can choose from 100 undergraduate areas of study, participate in innovative programs, such as entrepreneurship and nurse anesthesia, and take part in service learning. Their professors are leaders in their fields, and the academics are rigorous. A global perspective permeates TCU, and students have numerous opportunities to study abroad. With a 14:1 student/faculty ratio and a teacher-scholar model that results in close, mentoring relationships, TCU fosters discovery, creativity and leadership. It’s a culture that enables the search for meaning and success. A TCU education is more than the sum of semester hours - it’s an exciting living and learning experience that grows from the mission, “to educate individuals, to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community.” 6

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TCU: Then and Now

CU was founded in 1873 by Addison and Randolph Clark in Thorp Spring, Texas, as AddRan Male and Female College. The school was changed to AddRan Christian University in 1889 followed by a location change to Waco in 1895.

In 1902, the name was once again changed to Texas Christian University and was relocated to downtown Fort Worth in 1910 when the college in Waco was burned. In 1911, TCU opened three new buildings on the present campus, which has been a part of the community for 98 years. Today, TCU encompasses 271 acres in a residential neighborhood five miles from the heart of downtown Fort Worth - a welcoming city with a vibrant mix of commerce, culture and entertainment. In recent years, TCU has invested over $360-million in new facilities in addition to upgrades to residence halls, classrooms and laboratories. Prior to the beginning of the 2008-09 academic campaign, TCU had completed or was in the midst of over $155-million in new buildings and renovations. Always on the cutting edge, TCU offers high-tech classrooms and wired/wireless networking throughout the campus to provide easy, secure access to information technology resources. WWW.GOFROGS.COM

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Global Mission

The annual estimated cost of a TCU education entering the 2009-

14:1

The average student-to-teacher ratio at TCU. Entering the Fall 2008, TCU had 8,696 students enrolled with 479 full-time faculty members.

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The ranking of TCU’s Neeley School of Business according to the Wall Street Journal, making it one of the top MBA programs in the country.

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The Department of Communication Studies has two faculty members that are ranked in the top-100 all-time active and prolific scholars in their respective fields.

5,609

The total number of undergraduate students that are from the State of Texas. Known as one of the top universities in Texas, 65 percent of students call “The Lone Star State” home.

53

The percentage of freshmen that were enrolled prior to the Fall 2008 semester that were ranked in the top-20 percent of their high school classes.

98

Teacher preparation programs are accredited, and pass rates average above 98 percent. Graduates are in demand throughout the region with a 100 percent hire rate.

2,107

The number of bachelor’s degrees that were awarded during the 2008-09 academic campaign. Graduates earned their degrees in 101 different undergraduate majors.

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38,930 10 academic campaign. The cost of tuition at TCU is $14,125 per semester.

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The TCU Experience

Frog Pride What the Heck is a Horned Frog?

The scientific name for this Texas reptile is phrynosoma cornutum; in Greek, phrynos means “a toad” and soma means “body” - in Latin, cornutus means “horned.” Their primary diet is 80-to-100 red harvester ants per day. The typical Horned Frog is three-to-five inches long. Horned Frogs are cold-blooded animals that have an unusual pineal gland, resembling a “third eye” on the top of their head, which zoologists believe is part of their regulation system.

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When angered or frightened, Horned Frogs can squirt a fine, foot-stream of blood from their eyes.

The Pride of the Purple

raditions run deep at TCU, and it begins with the Horned Frog. Some say the Horned Frog was chosen because the football practice field was overrun with the small, spiny lizards. Others say its feisty attitude simply matched the tough frontier spirit shown by TCU itself. Either way, every student-athlete that dons the Purple and White is proud to be called a Horned Frog.

The Horned Frog has been TCU’s mascot longer than TCU has been the University’s name. Four students helped make the decision in 1897, when AddRan Christian College (renamed TCU in 1902) was located in Waco. For over 100 years, the Horned Frog has been the calling sign of those that wander the campus of TCU. Other traditions at TCU include the school’s colors of Purple and White. The former represents royalty; the latter a clean game. Swaying while singing the alma mater is a must as is learning how to do the Horned Frog hand sign. (Make a peace sign; fold those two fingers and you have it!) Every student needs a little help sometimes so when they have a big test coming up, they walk straight to the center of campus to rub the nose of the Horned Frog sculpture. New students fresh to the TCU campus may not have any idea what Riff Ram Bah Zoo means now, but they’ll quickly discover that it’s one of the oldest and proudest cheers in the country. If there is one thing that every student will leave TCU with, it’s the pride of knowing that you are forever a HORNED FROG! 8

The Horned Frog was named the State Reptile of Texas.

Alma Mater

Hail All Hail, TCU Memories Sweet, Comrades True Light of Faith, Follow Through Praist to Thee, TCU

Fight Song

We’ll raise a song, both loud and long To cheer our team to victory For TCU, so tired and true, We pledge eternal loyalty. Rah, Rah, TCU! Fight on boys, fight, with all your might Roll up the scores for TCU Hail white and purple flag whose heroes never lag, Horned Frog, we are all for you! WWW.GOFROGS.COM

The TCU Experience Prospects

Boosters

You are a prospect if you have started classes for the ninth grade. Before the ninth grade, you may become a prospect if a university provides you (or your family or friends) any financial aid or other benefit that is not usually provided to prospective student-athletes.

A "booster" is known in NCAA terms as a "representative of the institution's athletics interests." You become a booster if:

Who is a Prospective Student-Athlete (Prospect)?

How do I know if I’m being recruited?

There are several ways to be recruited: (1) a coach may provide you with an official paid visit to view the campus, (2) a coach may arrange an in-person, off-campus meeting with you (or your family), or (3) a coach or staff member may call you (or your family) on more than one occasion for the purpose of recruitment. Only coaches and athletic department staff can be involved in the recruiting process. Athletic representatives are prohibited from contacting a prospective student-athlete or members of his/her family by telephone, letter or in-person for the point of encouraging participation in athletics at TCU. Please contact the coaching staff if you know of a prospect that may have the interest and ability to participate in intercollegiate athletics at TCU. The coach can then take appropriate action.

What is Considered “Being Recruited?”

A prospect is considered recruited if a coach, staff member or representative of the institution’s athletic interest attempts to persuade a prospect (or family member) to enroll at their institution and participate in the athletics program. A student is considered “recruited” if any of the following actions are taken: (1) the institution provides the prospect with an “official visit” (i.e. expenses paid) to its campus; (2) a coach arranges for an in-person, off-campus (home or prospect’s school) encounter with the prospect; (3) transportation to campus by a coach or booster; and/or (4) receiving more than one telephone call from a coach for recruiting purposes.

What is a Contact?

A contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect or the prospect’s parent(s) or legal guardian and an institutional staff member or athletic representative during which any dialogue occurs in excess of an exchange of greeting. NOTE: At the Division I level, athletic representatives (boosters) may not contact you for the purpose of recruiting.

How/When May a Prospect be Contacted?

In all sports, a prospect may not be contacted in-person, off-campus until their senior year in high school. Prospects may not receive correspondence until their junior year in high school with the exception of men’s basketball (June 15th after sophomore year). University questionnaires/camp brochures may be sent prior to a prospect’s junior year.

When May a Prospect Visit an Institution?

Prospects may visit an institution’s campus at their own expense (“unofficial visit”) and receive complimentary passes to an athletic contest anytime except during “dead periods.” Check with the institution for dates. There is no limit to the number of times a prospect may visit a campus at his/her own expense. Prospects may receive an expense paid visit (“official visit”) only after they have begun classes for their senior year and have registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center and submitted transcripts and test scores to the institution. Prospects are limited to a maximum of five official visits.

Who is a "booster"?

• you have ever been a member of any organization promoting TCU Athletics, • you have ever made any donation to the TCU Frog Club, TCU Athletics or any TCU booster group, • you have ever assisted in evaluating or recruiting prospective student-athletes, • you have ever assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their families, • you have promoted TCU Athletics in any other manner. NCAA Bylaw 13.02.13.1 mandates that when you become a booster, you retain that identity for the rest of your life. As a representative of TCU's athletics interests, you are bound by NCAA rules. TCU is responsible for your actions.

The Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse

What is the Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse?

The NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse is an organization that works with the NCAA to determine a student’s eligibility for athletics partcipation in his or her first year of collegiate enrollment. Students who want to participate in college sports during their first year of enrollment must register with the Clearinghouse.

How do I register with the Clearinghouse?

Log on to www.ncaaclearinghouse.net and select prospective student-athletes. Complete the registration and print the transcript release form, sign it and give it to your high school guidance counselor. When you register, be sure to compete the amateurism questionnaire as well.

What can TCU Offer You to Attend?

You (or your family) may not receive any benefit, inducement, or arrangements (e.g. cash, clothing, cars, gifts, loans, etc…) to encourage you to sign a National Letter of Intent. TCU may offer you a one-year scholarship that covers room and board, tuition and fees, and required course-related books, or any part of these. NOTE: TCU can recommend that this aid is renewed each year, as is the general practice at the institution, but this renewal is not guaranteed.

Correspondence and Recruiting Materials What can TCU send me?

A Division I institution may provide you with the following materials for general correspondence, including letters, U.S. Postal Service postcards and institutional note cards and materials printed on plain white paper with black ink; business cards; e-mails; NCAA education information; pre-enrollment information subsequent to signing a National Letter of Intent with the University; and one athletic publication (media or recruiting guide) which may include one color printing inside.

Institutional Control

"Institutional control" of athletics is a fundamental requirement of NCAA rules. The NCAA constitution provides that each institution shall be responsible for ensuring that studentathletes, members of the institution's staff and other individuals or groups that represent the institution's athletics interests comply with all applicable NCAA regulations.

Athletics Compliance Staff

Contact Information NCAA 700 W. Washington Street Indianapolis, Indiana 46206 (317) 917-6222 www.ncaa.org

Andrea Nordmann John Cunningham Associate Athletics Director

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Director

Becky Holmes Assistant Director

Stephanie Key Administrative Assistant

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the Leadership

K a r e n Head Coach

Shooter

Sixth Season

All-American Shooters Under Monez Event

Erin Lorenzen

Simone Riford

2007, 2008, 2009

Smallbore

2007, 2008, 2009

Smallbore

Lauren Sullivan

Competition

Years

Smallbore | Air Rifle

Emily Paper

2008

Smallbore | Air Rifle

2007

National Finishes Under Monez

2009 NCAA National Championships

2008 NCAA Naitonal Championships

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M o n e z

2007 NCAA National Championships

Aggregate

Air Rifle

Smallbore

3rd

7th

3rd

5th

5th

7th

7th

4th

4th

2007 NRA Distinguished College Coach of the Year

he 2007 NRA Distinguished College Coach of the Year, Karen Monez begins her The TCU Head Coach captured a gold medal at the 1979 World Championships in air sixth season as the Head Coach of the nationally-recognized and highly-regarded rifle and regained her spot at the top in 50-meter standard rifle during the 1989 World Championships. TCU Women’s Rifle program.

The Horned Frogs have risen to national prominence under the guidance of Monez as Monez spent 25 years in the United States military where she was a three-year TCU recorded a top-five national ranking in each of the previous three seasons, member of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit International Rifle Section and 22 seasons as a member of the U.S. Army Reserve Shooting Team. A resident athlete at the United including a third-place finish at the 2008 NCAA National Championships. States Training Center, Monez has competed in both domestic and international This past season, TCU had the honor of hosting its first-ever NCAA National shooting competition, including touring over 20 countries during her career. Championships on campus, which were held in the Daniel-Meyer Coliseum as well as the TCU Rifle Range located in the ROTC Building. With the success of the 2009 NCAA The TCU Head Coach was a member of three gold-medal Championship of Americas National Championships, the Frogs were selected as the home of the 2010 NCAA Teams (1977, 1981 and 1985) and three World Championship Teams (1978, 1979 and 1982) during her impressive shooting career. National Championships. At the 2009 NCAA National Championships, the Frogs finished fifth overall and were the only all-female squad competing at the national competition while seven other programs were filled with a co-ed roster. Under the direction of Monez, Mattie Brogdon finished third overall in air rifle, which was the highest-finish in program history, and seventh overall in smallbore.

During her career, Monez captured individual medals in five World Cup competitions, including four gold crowns, to go along with eight individual titles at the U.S. International Shooting National Championships. Monez also competed at the National Rifle Championships for 20 years and recorded 15 individual titles to go along with four team championships.

Since taking over the helm of the Frogs’ rifle program, TCU has become one of the most dominant programs in the country that has received national recognition. Monez has guided four Frogs to All-American accolades in Erin Lorenzen, Emily Paper, Simone Riford and Lauren Sullivan.

Monez has recorded 55 individual crowns to go along with 42 team national records and has competed in some of the biggest events in the world, including the NRA Indoor National Championships, Silhouette Rifle National Championships and Cowboy Action Shooting National and World Championships.

Lorenzen and Riford became the program’s first three-time All-American award Monez’s most recent shooting endeavor has been in Cowboy Action shooting where winners since Sue Ann Sandusky during the 1972-74 campaigns. In addition, Lorenzen she has captured titles at both the World Championships and European Championships became the first shooter in program history to capture All-American accolades in both to go along with three gold medals at the National Championships. air rifle and smallbore, and currently holds the program record in both events. A member of the NRA, Monez is also affiliated with USA Shooting, Texas State Rifle The Frogs made their first national splash during the 2007 season when TCU garnered Association and Single Action Shooting Society. Monez was recognized by Shooting its first-ever berth at the NCAA National Championships in Fairbanks, Alaska. The Sports Magazine as one of the 50 Greatest Shooters of the 20th century. Frogs finished fifth overall and were only 39 points behind the first-place winner. Monez and her husband, John Chapman, reside in Weatherford. The Frogs had four team members - Lorenzen, Paper, Riford and Sullivan - each earned top-25 individual honors, and Monez was selected as the NRA Distinguished College Coach of the Year. During her tenure as head coach, Monez’s shooters have filled the record books after setting high marks in air rifle and smallbore. The combination of Lorenzen, Sullivan and Riford has dominated the top-10 rankings in air rifle while Paper, Brogdon and Green have made the staple in the program record books in smallbore. After accepting the opportunity to lead the women’s rifle program on June1, 2004, the Frogs quickly rose to national prominence. In two short seasons, Monez guided the Frogs to the NCAA National Championships where they have become a staple. A 35-year veteran of competitive shooting, Monez has participated in smallbore, air rifle, 300-meter high power, air pistol, smallbore silhouette, high power silhouette and cowboy action shooting. 10

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S c h e r e r

Volunteer Assistant Coach

tephen Scherer begins his first season as a volunteer assistant coach with the TCU women’s rifle program. The TCU volunteer assistant coach transferred to TCU in Fall 2009 after spending two seasons at West Point where he was a member of the Army’s Rifle team. In his first season with the Black Knights, Scherer was selected as the program’s Rookie of the Year. In addition, Sherer garnered Dean’s List accolades on three occasions.

After taking first place at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trails, Scherer won a position on the 2008 U.S. Olympic Rifle Team in addition to earning a spot on the U.S. National Team. As the youngest member, Scherer finished 27th overall with a score of 590 in air rifle at the 2008 Beijin Olympics. Scherer has competed in China, Germany and Italy as part of the World Cup and captured gold medal accolades in 3-P Air Rifle in England during his career. The TCU volunteer assistant coach also recorded a silver medal and bronze medal in air rifle at the Canadian Grand Prix Match to go along with four silver medals at the 2006 Great Britian Junior International Match. A native of Fort Worth, Scherer is the brother of Sarah Scherer, a freshman on the TCU women’s rifle team.

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B a i l e y

Associate Athletics Director for Operations

oss Bailey begins his eighth season as the Associate Athletics Director for Operations where he serves as the sports administrator for the baseball, women’s rifle and women’s equestrian programs in addition to overseeing the sports medicine department.

Prior to taking on his new responsibilities, Bailey spent 22 years as the head athletic trainer at TCU. A certified athletic trainer, Bailey is a member of NATA (National Athletic Trainers Association) and serves on the Board of Athletic Training for the Texas Department of Health. Bailey was selected as the Eddie Wojecki Athletic Trainer of the Year in 1985 and earned the Frank Medina Award for service to athletic training and mankind in 1999. In 2000, Bailey was inducted into the Southwest Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame. Bailey graduated with his bachelor’s degree in 1976 and earned his master’s degree in 1978 - both from TCU. Bailey and his wife, Mary, have two daughters, Lauren and Courtney.

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Academic Advisor

udy Golden begins her fourth season as an academic advisor within the TCU Academic Athletics Service Office where she works with the women’s rifle baseball and swimming and diving programs.

A member of the TCU family since 1997, Golden oversees the academic progress, tutorial support and course scheduling of the Frogs’ rifle and baseball programs. Prior to joining the TCU Athletics Department, Golden spent six years as an advisor with the Neeley School of Business. Golden earned her bachelor’s degree in 1977 from Texas Tech and received her master’s degree from TCU in 2001. Golden and her husband, Mark, have two children, Ben and Rachel - who both graduated from TCU.

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D a v i d s o n

Media Relations Assistant

randie Davidson begins her sixth season as an assistant within the media relations office where she serves as the contact for the baseball, women’s volleyball and women’s rifle programs.

A native of Cedar Falls, Iowa, Davidson came to TCU from Northwest Missouri State where she served as the primary contact for the women’s soccer team as well as the baseball program that advanced to the 2003 NCAA Division II playoffs. During her five-year stint at Northwest Missouri State, Davidson also worked with the two-time NCAA Division II National Championship football team as well as the men’s and women’s basketball programs. For her efforts, Davidson was one of two students to be awarded with the 2002-03 CoSIDA undergraduate scholarship. Davidson received her bachelor’s degree in physical education in 2003 from Northwest Missouri State and graduated with her master’s degree in liberal arts from TCU in 2005.

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Fort Wayne, Indiana

Concordia Lutheran High School

2008-09 | Junior Season

orenzen garnered All-American accolades for the third time in her career in both smallbore and air rifle... became only one of five Frogs in program history to capture All-American accolades on three occasions... selected as the firstever TCU student-athlete to receive the Hal Rothman Sportsmanship Award... recorded the highest average in air rifle in each of the last three seasons for the Frogs... finished fifth overall at the U.S. Shooting Spring Selection after posting scores of 571 and 579 in smallbore... earned High Collegiate marks in both smallbore and air rifle at the 2008 U.S. Shooting National Championships... posted the Frogs’ top score of 587 in smallbore... recorded the Frogs’ top average of 576 in smallbore.. garnered Team Most Valuable Player accolades for the third straight season.

Career Results Season Averages: 2008-09 Season 2007-08 Season 2006-07 Season

Air Rifle 586 586 587

Smallbore 576 572 574

2006-07 | Freshman Season

2008-09 Match Results Horned Frog Invitational Citadel West Virginia Nevada Army Kentucky Air Force Olympic Training Center Nebraska UTEP UTEP NCAA Sectionals NCAA Championships

587 559 582 592 587 588 589 591 588 582 582 585 572

567 575 573 582 580 578 580 571 576 575 575 574 571

Prior to TCU

2007-08 Match Results Horned Frog Invitational Jacksonville State Mississippi Nevada Alaska Army Kentucky Mississippi Nebraska Air Force UTEP NCAA Sectionals NCAA Championships

587 584 585 590 587 585 586 584 586 586 591 586 582

570 570 573 571 570 572 568 575 567 573 569 576 579

2006-07 Match Results Nevada Horned Frog Invitational Nevada Nevada & UTEP Army Air Force & Nebraska Air Force Air Force UTEP NCAA Sectional NCAA Championships

587 588 587 587 590 585 585 588 593 580 587

563 569 563 580 569 575 576 580 574 582 579

2007-08 | Sophomore Season

The TCU sophomore garnered All-American accolades for the second time in her career at the 2008 NCAA National Championships in both smallbore and air rifle... garnered gold medal accolades to go along with a pair of bronze team honors at the International Competition in the Czech Republic... competed as a member of the 2007-08 National Development Team... participated in the High Collegiate National Championships 3-P at Camp Perry... recorded second place finish in air rifle at the National Junior Olympics. In her rookie season with the Frogs, Lorenzen captured All-American laurels for the first time in her career... recorded a score of 579 in smallbore at the Indiana Junior Olympics Match, which earned her a fourth consecutive trip to the National Junior Olympics Championships... posted a score of 567 twice in smallbore en route to finishing 12th overall at the National Junior Olympics Championships at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs... earned gold medal accolades at the National Junior Championships after recording scores of 592 and 589 in the 50-meter prone match... finished second overall with a score of 3,100 at the Junior Women’s Rifle Grand Aggregate... claimed collegiate championship honors at the Position National Championships...notched scores of 390, 388 and 381 at the Pan American Games tryout en route to securing a 16th-place showing... finished eighth overall in the Junior division with scores of 389 and 388 in air rifle at the 2007 USA Shooting National Championships in Fort Benning, Ga... collected scores of 678 and 564 in the 50-meter threeposition match en route to finishing third overal. Lorenzen recorded four letters in rifle and drill during her prep career at Concordia Lutheran High School... recorded a score of 593 en route to capturing first-place honors at the 2006 NRA 3-P Air National Championships... triumphed in both smallbore and air rifle at the 2005 Indiana State Championships... finished seventh overall in air rifle at the Junior Olympic Air Rifle Championships during the 2005 season... participated in the 2005 Junior Olympic Air Rifle Championships... finished second overall in both international smallbore and air rifle at the 2004 Indiana State Junior Rifle Match... earned National Honor Society accolades during her junior and senior seasons at Concordia Lutheran High School.

Away from the Range

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E m i l y

Pleasant Valley, Iowa

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Pleasant Valley High School

2008-09 | Junior Season

aper posted a season average of 575 in air rifle and 568 in smallbore during her junior campaign... recorded a season-best score of 585 in air rifle and 582 in smallbore against West Virginia... recorded the second-highest tally for smallbore during the 2008-09 following a mark of 582 against UTEP... selected as a Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete.

2007-08 | Sophomore Season

In her second season with the Horned Frogs, Paper captured All-American honors for the first time in her career following a fifth-place showing in smallbore at the 2008 NCAA National Championships... captured the 2008 Illinois State Junior Olympic title in both air rifle and smallbore... recorded a team-high average of 577 in smallbore... posted a career-high average of 580 in air rifle... recorded a season-best mark of 587 in air rifle at Nebraska... recorded a season-best score of 581 in smallbore on two occasions against Air Force as well as the 2008 NCAA National Championships... garnered Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete accolades for the first time in her career.

2006-07 | Freshman Season

The TCU freshman posted a 19th-place showing at the 2007 National Junior Olympic Championships at the Olymipc Training Center in Colorado Springs following scores of 389 and 385 in air rifle... recorded a score of 389 in air rifle and 557 in smallbore at the Iowa Junior Olympic Championships to qualify for the National Junior Olympic Championships... finished 20th overall in the Junior Division in air rifle with scores of 389, 383 and 378 at the Pan American Games... selected as the Horned Frogs’ Most Improved Smallbore Shooter following the season.

Prior to TCU

Paper captured the 2005 Iowa State 3P smallbore and air rifle championships... crowned the 2005 Iowa State 4P Junior Small champion... captured the Illinois State Championship in both smallbore prone and position during the 2004 and 2005 seasons... finished first in the Marksman 3P Air Rifle at the 2005 NRA Sections... garnered NRA Outstanding Youth Award during the 2005 season... captured the gold medal at the 2006 Iowa NRA Sectional International Air Rifle Championships.

Away from the Range

Paper is the daughter of Randy and Lisa Paper... born on May 22, 1988... has one brother, Ben... majoring in supply and value chain management... serves as supply chain student executive for 2009-10 working with Alcon Laboratories... represents the women’s rifle team on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee the past two seasons.

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Career Results Season Averages: 2008-09 Season 2007-08 Season 2006-07 Season

Air Rifle 575 580 580

Smallbore 568 577 567

2008-09 Match Results Horned Frog Invitational Citadel West Virginia Nevada Army Kentucky Air Force Olympic Training Center Nebraska UTEP UTEP NCAA Sectionals NCAA Championships

576 569 585 567 570 571 575 575 582 584 573 -

574 569 582 563 562 561 566 555 578 566 576 563 569

2007-08 Match Results Horned Frog Invitational Jacksonville State Mississippi Nevada Alaska Army Kentucky Mississippi Nebraska Air Force UTEP NCAA Sectionals NCAA Championships

582 581 584 566 576 579 581 582 587 581 586 581 568

574 579 573 565 574 579 577 580 577 581 578 578 581

2006-07 Match Results Nevada Horned Frog Invitational Nevada Nevada & UTEP Army Air Force & Nebraska Air Force Air Force UTEP NCAA Sectionals NCAA Championships

572 580 573 588 580 582 590 577 576 583 574

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Senior

R i f o r d

Kaneohe, Hawai’i

Punahou School

2008-09 | Junior Season

iford garnered All-American accolades for the third time in her career in smallbore... became one of only five Frogs in program history to record All-American laurels in three consecutive seasons... posted an average of 582 and 575 in both air rifle and smallbore... notched a season-high score of 588 in air rifle at the Horned Frog Invitational, Olympic Training Center and UTEP... posted a season-best mark of 580 in smallbore against UTEP... recorded scores of 587 and 574 in both air rifle and smallbore, respectively, at the 2009 NCAA National Championships... garnered Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete recognition following her junior campaign.

2007-08 | Sophomore Season

The TCU sophomore collected All-American recognition for the second time in her career... captured the 2008 Hawai’i Junior Olympic Smallbore Championship... posted a season average of 582 and 576 in air rifle and smallbore, respectively... notched a career-high score of 590 in air rifle at Nebraska... posted a season-high mark of 581 in smallbore at the Horned Frog Invitational in addition to matches against Alaska-Anchorage and Air Force... posted a score of 586 in air rifle and 574 in smallbore at the 2008 NCAA National Championships.

2006-07 | Freshman Season

Riford garnered All-American accolades for the first time in her career following the 2006-07 campaign... recorded a career-best mark of 590 in air rifle against Nevada in her collegiate debut... posted a personal-best aggregate score 1,167 against Nevada in that contest... recorded a season-high mark of 581 in smallbore against UTEP... recorded gold medal honors in both smallbore and air rifle at the Hawai’i Junior Olympics... earned a berth to the National Junior Olympics at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs for the third time in her career... qualified for the finals in smallbore at the National Junior Olympics followings scores of 571 and 568 en route to finishing sixth overall... finished 16th overall following scores of 388 and 387 in air rifle at the event... notched scores of 390, 389 and 386 at the Pan American tryouts held at the Olympic Training Center... qualified for the Junior Finals Competition in air rifle where she posted a score of 101.8 en route to finishing ninth overall... recorded the highest average in smallbore for the Frogs as a freshman.

Prior to TCU

Riford was invited to the 2005 and 2006 Junior Olympics... garnerd air rifle champion honors at the 2005 Hawai’i State Championships... led Punahou School to the state titles in the 2004 and 2005 seasons... garnered first team all-state honors in the air rifle as a senior... finished as the high scorer in all five seasons that she competed at Punahou School... recognized as a NRA Classified Sharpshooter.

Away from the Range

Riford is the daughter of Lloyd and Mary Riford... born on June 21, 1988... has one sister, Lauren... majoring in studio art with an emphasis in painting... President and Co-Founder “Art-Org” - TCU’s first studio art organization.

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Career Results Season Averages: 2008-09 Season 2007-08 Season 2006-07 Season

Air Rifle 582 582 583

Smallbore 575 576 574

2008-09 Match Results Horned Frog Invitational Citadel West Virginia Nevada Army Kentucky Air Force Olympic Training Center Nebraska UTEP UTEP NCAA Sectionals NCAA Championships

588 552 586 584 584 583 568 588 579 581 588 581 578

574 577 576 576 575 574 565 574 573 579 580 579 574

2007-08 Match Results Horned Frog Invitational Jacksonville State Mississippi Nevada Alaska Army Kentucky Mississippi Nebraska Air Force UTEP NCAA Sectionals NCAA Championships

581 578 580 580 586 580 579 582 590 581 585 583 586

581 573 569 578 581 570 577 580 576 581 571 575 574

2006-07 Match Results Nevada Horned Frog Invitational Nevada Nevada & UTEP Army Air Force & Nebraska Air Force Air Force UTEP NCAA Sectionals NCAA Championships

590 585 583 581 582 579 584 576 580 585 586

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Senior

L a u r e n

S u l l i v a n

Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan

Grosse Pointe South High School

2008-09 | Junior Season

ullivan posted the best score of the season for the TCU women’s rifle team with a mark of 593 in air rifle at the Horned Frog Invitational... recorded two of the top three scores in air rifle in TCU program history with a mark of 593 at the Horned Frog Invitational and UTEP... recorded an average of 582 and 569 in air rifle and smallbore, respectively... posted a season-best score of 578 in smallbore against Citadel... selected as a Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete for the second time in her career.

2007-08 | Sophomore Season

The TCU sophomore captured the 2008 Michigan State Junior Olympic title in both air rifle and smallbore... posted a season average of 581 in air rifle and 572 in smallbore... recorded a season-best score of 590 in air rifle against Nevada... notched a score of 578 in smallbore at the 2008 NCAA National Championships... garnered Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete accolades for the first time in her career.

2006-07 | Freshman Season

Sullivan made an immediate impact on the Horned Frogs’ lineup as the TCU freshman became one of only three studentathletes in program history to earn All-American accolades in both air rifle and smallbore... recorded a score of 583 in air rifle and 571 in smallbore at the 2007 NCAA National Championships... advanced to her fifth consecutive appearance at the National Junior Olympic Championships... finished 14th overall in air rifle followings scores of 391 and 384 at the National Junior Olympic Championships at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs... notched scores of 391 and 584 in air rifle and smallbore, respectively, at the Michigan Junior Olympic Championships en route to securing her spot at nationals... finished 10th overall at the Pan American Games with scores of 392, 388 and 385 in air rifle... crowned the Junior Champion on the second day of action at the Pan American Games following preliminary scores of 392 and 101.8 in final... finished fifth overall in the Junior Division with scores of 389 and 387 in air rifle at the Rocky Mountain Match at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs... recorded a score of 570 on two occasions in the 50-meter smallbore to qualify for the finals of the Rocky Mountain Match where she posted a score of 95.0 to finish fourth overall... finished ninth overall at the USA Shooting National Championships in Fort Benning, Ga., with marks of 570 and 565 in the 50-meter smallbore position... finished 10th overall at the USA Shooting National Championships following scores of 387 and 386 in air rifle.

Prior to TCU

During her prep career, Sullivan was a member of the Michigan State Team for 3P Air Rifle during the 2003, 2005 and 2006 seasons... guided her team to a silver medal in the air rifle at the National Junior Olympics... captured gold medals accolades in both air rifle and smallbore... crowned the Western Intercollegiate Air Rifle Championships.

Away from the Range

Sullivan is the daughter of Thomas and Suzanne Sullivan... born on March 21, 1988... has one brother, John, and two sisters, Alyssa and Anne... sister, Alyssa, was a member of the Xavier women’s rifle team... majoring in broadcast journalism with a minor in art and criminal justice... represents the women’s rifle team on both the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and Captain’s Council. WWW.GOFROGS.COM

Career Results Season Averages: 2008-09 Season 2007-08 Season 2006-07 Season

Air Rifle 582 581 584

Smallbore 569 572 573

2008-09 Match Results Horned Frog Invitational Citadel West Virginia Nevada Army Kentucky Air Force Olympic Training Center Nebraska UTEP UTEP NCAA Sectionals NCAA Championships

593 586 581 573 587 582 581 578 585 579 577 578 581

572 578 573 553 564 564 570 565 565 569 573 577 -

2007-08 Match Results Horned Frog Invitational Jacksonville State Mississippi Nevada Alaska Army Kentucky Mississippi Nebraska Air Force UTEP NCAA Sectionals NCAA Championships

579 570 577 590 581 579 583 582 584 585 587 581 579

573 575 565 574 572 557 570 572 574 576 573 567 578

2006-07 Match Results Nevada Horned Frog Invitational Nevada Nevada & UTEP Army Air Force & Nebraska Air Force Air Force UTEP NCAA Sectionals NCAA Championships

574 586 582 593 587 580 592 578 591 581 583

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B r o g d o n

Dawsonville, Georgia

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Lumpkin County High School

2008-09 | Freshman Season

n her first season with the Horned Frogs, Brogdon recorded a career-best score of 588 in air rifle en route to finishing seventh overall at the 2009 NCAA National Championships... finished third overall in smallbore with a mark of 581 at the 2009 NCAA National Championships... recorded a score of 587 in air rifle in her collegiate debut at the Horned Frog Invitational... posted a season average of 583 in air rifle and 574 in smallbore during her rookie season.

Prior to TCU

Brogdon recorded a top-15 finish at the 2008 National Junior Olympic Championships in the 50-meter position smallbore... recorded a score of 583 in air rifle at the 2007 CMP All-Standing Camp in Fort Benning, Ga... finished eighth overall in smallbore and 12th overall in air rifle in her age bracket at the 2007 National Junior Olympic Championships... captured the 2007 Georgia High School 3-Position Air Rifle Championship... earned the 2007 Georgia Junior Olympic 3-Position Air Rifle Championship...selected as the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association State Player of the Year during the 2007 season... garnered the Distinguished Shooter Badge during the 2005 campaign... captured the 2004 National BB Gun Championship... qualified for the National Junior Olympic Championships on three occasions.

Away from the Range

Brogdon is the daughter of Bobby and Mary Brogdon... has one brother, Henry, and one sister, Sophie... majoring in kinesiology.

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Air Rifle 583

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587 579 580 582 578 586 587 582 582 587 584 578 588

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Freshman

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S a r a h

Danville, Indiana

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B e a r d

Covenant Christian High School

Prior to TCU

eard recorded the gold medal in both air rifle and smallbore at the 2009 Indiana State Junior Olympic Championships... qualified for the Indiana State Junior Olympics Championships on four occasions... finished 11th overall in smallbore at the 2009 National Junior Olympic Championships... captured the individual crown at the National Junior Prone Championships during the 2009 season... competed in four team match competitions at the NRA National Matches at Camp Perry in Ohio... involved in the National Honor Society as well as Student Council during her time at Covenant Christian High School... competed in track and field during her high school career.

Away from the Range

Beard is the daughter of William and Karen Beard... has two brothers, Chris and Stephen... father, William, was a member of the U.S. Shooting Team during the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles... majoring in mathematics.

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N i c o l e

Freshman

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M a k r a k i s

Humble, Texas

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Atascocita High School

Prior to TCU

akrakis captured the 2008 Texas State Junior Olympics crown in smallbore with a mark of 558... recorded a score of 375 in air rifle finishing third overall in air rifle at the 2008 Texas State Junior Olympics... captured the Junior Olympics 3-P Air Rifle State Championship during the 2008 campaign... qualified for the 2007 and 2008 National Junior Olympics... earned a berth to three consecutive 3-P National Junior Olympics... qualified for the NRA Nationals at Camp Perry during the 2008 and 2009 seasons... captured the Southwest Regionals Zone 8 Championship in 2007 and 2008... involved in 4H, H.O.S.A. (Health Occupations Students of America) and National Art Honor Society at Atascocita High School.

Away from the Range

Makrakis is the daughter of Nick and Page Makrakis... has two brothers, John and Nathan... majoring in biology and pre-med.

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C a i t l i n

Freshman

M o r r i s s e y

Topeka, Kansas

Topeka West High School

Prior to TCU

orrissey recorded gold medal honors in the Junior Women’s Prone event at the 2009 USA Shooting National Championships... competed at the USA Shooting National Championships for four consecutive seasons... captured the NRA Smallbore 3-P Junior National Championship at Camp Perry in 2009... completed the steps to earning the NRA 3-P Distinguished Expert Award at the 2009 NRA National Championships at Camp Perry... competed at the NRA National Championships at Camp Perry for five consecutive years... posted a national record in smallbore standing at the 2008 NRA National Championships... captured the Kansas State Championship in 3P Outdoor and Indoor Smallbore Rifle for four straight seasons.. earned a berth at the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships for six consecutive seasons... earned a bronze medal at the 2005 National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships in air rifle... involved in National Honors Society, “Quill and Scroll” National Journalism Honors Society during her high school career... competed with the varsity bowling team where she led her team to a third-place finish at the Kansas State Championships... served as the Executive Vice President on the Student Council... served on the Spirit Club, Spanish Club, Peer Helpers, Conflict Managers and Boomerang Mentors... served as a photographer and graphics editor for her high school newspaper... honored as a Kansas Honors Scholar, Kansas Board of Regents Designated State Scholar, Hy-Vee Scholar Athlete of the Week, Most Inspirational Athete and Winter Female Athlete of the Year... nominated for the Principal’s Leadership Award and Winter Formal Queen Candidate during her senior year... captured the 2009 Kansas State High School Activities Association Citizenship Award.

Away from the Range

Morrissey is the daughter of Tim and Janet Morrissey... has one sister, Mary Christina... majoring in accounting.

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Freshman

K a i t l i n •

P e n n e l l

Antelope, California

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Loretto High School

Prior to TCU

ennell captured the California State Championship for International and 3-P Air Rifle for four consecutive seasons... crowned the California State Champion for 3-P Indoor Smallbore in three straight seasons... finished second overall at the 2009 National Junior Olympics 3-P Air Rifle Championships... earned a berth at the National Junior Olympics in air rifle in four straight seasons... finished sixth overall at the 2009 National Junior Olympics in air rifle... qualified for the National Junior Olympics in smallbore on two occasions, including a 16th-place showing during the 2009 season... finished third overall at the NRA National Air Rifle Match following a score of 1,184 during the 2007 season... finished seventh in the nation during the 2007 American Legion National Match... currently holds or co-holds 23 national records, including 13 for position air rifle in the category of NRA Precision 3-P Air Rifle, four in Indoor NRA Conventional Position 3-P (A-17) and four for CMP Air Rifle Standing... competed as a member of the Lincoln Air Rifle Team for five straight seasons... participated on both the rifle and golf teams during her career at Loretto High School... served as a member of the National Honor Society... volunteered at Howe Avenue Elementary School and Mercy San Juan Hospital during his high school tenure.

Away from the Range

Pennell is the daughter of Bill and Karla Pennell... majoring in biology and pre-med.

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S a r a h

Freshman

S c h e r e r

Fort Worth, Texas

Home School

Prior to TCU

cherer finished second overall at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trails following personal-best scores in air rifle... competed with the U.S. National Team and was a runner-up with the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team... captured the 2008 3X Air Junior Championship... qualified for the 2008 Bavarian International Air Gun Championships... competed at the 2008 Milan World Cup... captured gold medal accolades in the women’s team prone at the 2006 Great Britain Junior International Match... finished fifth overall at the 2007 Canadian International Grand Prix... captured the 2008 Junior Olympic Air Rifle Championship... finished third overall in smallbore at the 2008 Junior Olympics... selected to the Air Rifle and Smallbore All-Star teams... finished second overall in the junior division at the 2008 U.S. National Championships... captured the 2007-08 D and H League Championships at West Point... captured the Massachusetts State Championship on three occasions.

Away from the Range

Scherer is the daughter of Sarah Scherer... has one brother, Stephen... brother, Stephen, was a member of the 2008 Olympic Team in air rifle and attends TCU... majoring in pre-med.

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C h r i s t e n

Freshman

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Houston, Texas

W i l s o n

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Faith West Academy

Prior to TCU

ilson recorded a gold medal at the 2009 Texas Championships.. captured the Texas NRA Junior Sectional International Air Rifle Championship during the 2008 and 2009 seasons... finished second overall at the Texas 4-H Indoor Smallbore Rifle Championship on two occasions... finished second overall at the 2008 and 2009 Texas State Rifle Association Precision Air Rifle Championships... finished third in Class A at the 2008 USA Shooting National Championship in air rifle... recorded silver medal accolades at the 2007 TSRA State Indoor Rifle Championship in International Air Rifle... captured the 2007 Texas State Championship in 4-H Smallbore Rifle Silhouette... selected as Faith West Academy Member of the Year in 2007 and 2008... classified as a NRA Distinguished Expert... competed in softball for four seasons as well as volleyball during her time at Faith West Academy... served as Class Treasurer, Fuel Band Worship Leader and Fellowship of Christian Athletes President... served as a member of Mu Alpha Theta.

Away from the Range

Wilson is the daughter of Ron and Rose Wilson... has two brothers, Brett and Clint, and one sister, Nicole... majoring in broadcast journalism.

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B o n n i e

Senior

M o r g a n

La Vernia, Texas

La Vernia High School

TCU Highlights

organ collected a season average of 572 to go along with a career-best mark of 579 against UTEP in air rifle in her junior campaign... saw action in five matches during the 2007-08 season where she recorded a season-best mark score of 571 in air rifle against Air Force... collected a score of 573 in her collegiate debut against Nevada as a freshman.

Prior to TCU

A native of La Vernia, Texas, Morgan lettered in both dance and band during her high school days... competed as a member of the 4-H Club Team.

Away from the Range

Morgan is the daughter of Bill and Mary Morgan... has one brother, Will... majoring in advertising with a minor in communications.

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A l e x

Senior

F e r g u s o n

Burleson, Texas

Burleson High School

TCU Highlights

eruson recorded a career-best score of 540 in air rifle against Kentucky during her junior season... finished the 2008-09 campaign with an average of 531 in air rifle... joined the Frogs midway through the 2007-08 season.

Prior to TCU

The Burleson native was a member of the National Honor Society... played volleyball and golf during her prep career... served as a Senior Class Officer.

Away from the Range

Ferguson is the daughter of Reagan and Karen Ferguson... has one sister, Abby... majoring in finance with an emphasis on real estate... serves as Vice Chairman of TCU College Republicans... member of TCU Real Estate Club, Financial Management Association and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

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Sophomore

c o l q u h o u n

Kempner, Texas

Copperas Cove High School

TCU Highlights

olquhoun saw action in four matches during her first season with the Horned Frogs... collected a season average of 564 during her freshman season, including a career-best mark of 578 in air rifle in a dual match with Kentucky.

Prior to TCU

The Copperas Cove High School talent was a member of the JROTC Sporter Air Rifle Team... served as a member of the National Honor Society.

Away from the Range

Colquhoun is the daughter of John and Lynn Colquhoun... has one brother, Scott... majoring in communication studies with a minor in religion... serves as a member of the TCU Army ROTC.

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M a g g i e

Freshman

S a v a g e

San Antonio, Texas

Reagan High School

Prior to TCU

avage was a member of the rifle team in each of her four years at Reagan High School... served as team captain during her junior and senior years... recorded first-place accolades in the district championships as a freshman and senior... served as a member of the AJROTC Program... earned a berth to the JROTC Western Regional Championships during her junior campaign.

Away from the Range

Savage is the daughter of David and Katherine Savage... has two sisters, Rebecca and Liz... majoring in graphic design.

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Program History All-Americans: Simone Riford, Erin Lorenzen, Emily Paper and Lauren Sullivan

All-Americans

Celeste Green 200 3 A l l - A m e r i c a n Shooter Erin Lorenzen Simone Riford Emily Paper Lauren Sullivan Celeste Green Barbara Mann Wendy S. Warner Robert A. Hayes William A. Kovaric Allen W. Cunniff G. David Tubb Sue Ann Sandusky

All-American Shooters Event Smallbore | Air Rifle Smallbore Smallbore Smallbore | Air Rifle Smallbore Air Rifle Air Rifle

Years 2007, 2008, 2007, 2008, 2008 2007 2003 1980, 1981, 1980 1977 1976, 1977 1976, 1977 1976, 1977, 1972, 1973,

2009 2009

1982

1978 1974

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Sue Ann Sandusky TCU’s First All-American WWW.GOFROGS.COM

Program History Lauren Sullivan Record Holder in Air Rifle

All-Time Recor ds

Smallbore - USA/NRA 50 Target Score 587 582 582 581 581 581 581 580 580 580 580 580

Shooter Erin Lorenzen Emily Paper Erin Lorenzen Mattie Brogdon Emily Paper Emily Paper Simone Riford Simone Riford Erin Lorenzen Erin Lorenzen Emily Paper Simone Riford

Air Rifle Score 593 593 593 592 592 591 591 590 590 590 590 590

Shooter Lauren Sullivan Erin Lorenzen Lauren Sullivan Erin Lorenzen Lauren Sullivan Erin Lorenzen Erin Lorenzen Simone Riford Lauren Sullivan Erin Lorenzen Erin Lorenzen Simone Riford

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Opponent | Event vs. UTEP at West Virginia at Nevada NCAA Championships NCAA Championships vs. Air Force vs. Air Force vs. UTEP at Air Force at Army vs. Ole Miss vs. Ole Miss

Date Jan. 7, 2009 Oct. 25, 2008 Nov. 8, 2008 Mar. 14, 2009 Mar. 14, 2008 Feb. 2, 2008 Feb. 2, 2008 Feb. 7, 2009 Jan. 17, 2009 Nov. 15, 2008 Jan. 19, 2008 Jan. 19, 2008

Opponent | Event Horned Frog Invitational at UTEP at UTEP at Nevada vs. Air Force at Olympic Training Center at UTEP at Nebraska at Nevada at Nevada at Army vs. Nevada

Date Sept. 27, 2008 Feb. 3, 2007 Oct. 28, 2006 Nov. 8, 2008 Jan. 27, 2007 Jan. 18, 2009 Feb. 9, 2008 Jan. 26, 2008 Oct. 20, 2007 Oct. 20, 2007 Nov. 18, 2006 Sept. 29, 2006

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National Championship History 2009 NCAA National Championships TCU

Fort Worth, Texas Team Scores Aggregate Team Championships Smallbore Team Championships Air Rifle Team Championships Participants Erin Lorenzen Emily Paper Simone Riford Lauren Sullivan Mattie Brogdon

5th Place 4th Place 7th Place

3rd (Smallbore) | 7th (Air Rifle)

All-Americans Erin Lorenzen Simone Riford

2008 NCAA National Championships United States Military Academy

West Point, New York Team Scores Aggregate Team Championships Smallbore Team Championships Air Rifle Team Championships

3rd Place 3rd Place 7th Place

Participants Erin Lorenzen Emily Paper Simone Riford Lauren Sullivan

5th (Smallbore)

All-Americans Erin Lorenzen Emily Paper Simone Riford

2007 NCAA National Championships University of Alaska-Fairbanks

Fairbanks, Alaska

Team Scores Aggregate Team Championships Smallbore Team Championships Air Rifle Team Championships Participants Erin Lorenzen Emily Paper Simone Riford Lauren Sullivan

5th Place 4th Place 7th Place 7th (Smallbore)

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2009 NCAA National Championships

NCAA’s at TCU

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Frogs Host 2009 NCAA Championships

uring the 2008-09 campaign, the Horned Frogs’ rifle team earned the distinction of being the first TCU program to host the NCAA National Championships. The

Frogs had never advanced to the NCAA Championships until three seasons ago,

but since then has posted three consecutive top-five finishes.

The Frogs also had the honor of being the only all-female squad of the eight competing teams at the NCAA National Championships where seven teams were co-ed programs.

The Frogs hosted the smallbore competition at the TCU Rifle Range, located in the ROTC Building on campus, while air rifle competition took place in the Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. Large screens displayed the targets of all shooters, and spectators could see the shots as they were fired, which were then scored instantly.

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Back at TCU

NCAA Championships Return to TCU

or the second consecutive year, TCU has been selected as the site of the 2010 NCAA National Championships, which will take place on Mar. 12-13, at the Daniel-Meyer Coliseum and TCU Rifle Range.

“The NCAA Committee couldn’t be more excited to return the rifle championships to TCU. TCU succeeded in taking the championships to another level last year, and we know it will only be better in 2010,” said Paul Klimitas, Chair of the Men’s and Women’s Rifle Committee.

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