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TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents/Quck Facts................................................................. 1 Roster........................................................................................................ 2 Golf Courses............................................................................................. 3 Coaching Staff.......................................................................................... 4 2008-09 Review......................................................................................... 5 Men’s Preview........................................................................................... 6 Men’s Returning Athletes........................................................................ 7 Men’s Newcomer Athletes....................................................................... 9 Men’s Record Book................................................................................ 10 Women’s Preview....................................................................................11 Women’s Returning Athletes................................................................. 12 Women’s Newcomer Athletes............................................................... 16 Women’s Record Book.......................................................................... 17 The College............................................................................................. 18 Tribe Athletics......................................................................................... 20 Tribe Facilities........................................................................................ 22 Athletics Administration........................................................................ 24 CREDITS The 2009-10 W&M Golf Media Guide is a publication of the W&M sports information office. Layout, design and cover design by associate SID Kris Sears. Writing by assistant SID Scott Burns and editing by the sports information office. Photography by Jim Agnew, Julia Martin, Pete Clawson and Bob Keroack. Printing by Worth Higgins and Associates in Richmond, Va.

COURSES The Williamsburg area is home to some of the best golf courses in the state of Virginia.

COACHING STAFF Director of Golf Jay Albaugh returns for his seventh season at the helm of the Tribe program.

W&M QUICK FACTS Location: Williamsburg, Virginia Founded: 1693 (2nd-oldest college in U.S.) Enrollment (includes graduate): 7,625 Nickname: Tribe Colors: Green, Gold and Silver Conference: Colonial Athletic Association President: W. Taylor Reveley III (Princeton, 1965) Chancellor: Sandra Day O’Connor (Stanford, 1950) Director of Athletics: Terry Driscoll (Boston College, 1969) Senior Women’s Administrator: Pamela Mason (SMU, 1994) SPORTS INFORMATION Asst. Director/Golf Contact: Scott Burns (Marian University, 2007) Office Phone: (757) 221-3344 E-Mail Address: Fax: (757) 221- 2048 Web Site: TRIBE GOLF INFORMATION Director of Golf: Jay Albaugh (Mount St. Mary’s, 1996),Seventh Season Office Number: (757) 221-3046 Email Address: Assistant Coach: Pete Gyscek (Niagara, 1985), Fifth Season Office Number: (757) 221-3046 Email Address:



Senior Conor O’Brien ranks seventh in W&M history in career scoring average.

Senior Morgan Stepanek set a W&M school record for scoring average last season at 77.00.




Junior Highland Heights, Ohio University School/Dayton

CHARLES GODFREY Freshman Tampa, Fla. Berkeley Prep


Freshman San Juan Capistrano, Calif. St. Margaret’s Episcopal School

CONOR O’BRIEN Senior Weatogue, Conn. Simsbury

JAY ALBAUGH Director of Golf Seventh Season

PETE GYSCEK Assistant Coach Fifth Season

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Men’s Scott Saal............................................Saul

BRANDON PARKER Junior Auburn, Mass. St. John’s Shrewsbury

ANDY ROACH Senior Vienna, Va. Flint Hill


Sophomore Virginia Beach, Va. Cape Henry Collegiate


Freshman Hopewell, Va. St. Christopher’s School

Women’s Betsey Birchall.............................Burch-all Kristen Hamel............................ Hamm - el Avi Hockfield.................................... Uhvee Brooke Stepanek.................. Steh-pan-eck Morgan Stepanek................. Steh-pan-eck Staff Jay Albaugh..................................... Al-bah Pete Gyscek..................................Jih-seck

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KAITLYN HUTCHERSON Freshman Greeneville, Tenn. Greeneville

Junior Chesapeake, Va. Nansemond-Suffolk Acad.







Freshman Mountain Brook, Ala. Mountain Brook

Senior Virginia Beach, Va. Cape Henry Collegiate


Sophomore Ventura, Calif. La Reina

Sophomore Midlothian, Va. St. Catherine’s School


Sophomore St. Charles, Mo. Nerinx Hall

Sophomore Guilford, Conn. Guilford/Rutgers

Junior Gladwyne, Pa. Harriton

Senior Guilford, Conn. Guilford

Sophomore Bowie, Md. Eleanor Roosevelt


Junior Hingham, Mass. Hingham


THE GOLDEN HORSESHOE The Golden Horseshoe is located in the heart of the Colonial district, and offers players a choice of two world-renowned 18-hole courses and one 9-hole course. In 2008, the CAA Championships returned to the Golden Horseshoe, with the men battling on the par71 Gold Course, while the women challenged the Green Course’s par-72 layout. W&M’s women took third place behind senior Erica Oldenkamp’s ninth-place 226 (+10), and the men’s team finished fourth as Brent Paladino earned runner-up honors.

KINGSMILL GOLF RESORT Nestled deep in the heart of the lush splendor of historic Williamsburg and bordered by the James River’s tranquil blue waters is where you’ll find the famous championship River Course at Kingsmill Resort. The 6,831-yard, par-71 course has hosted the men’s spring invitational 27 times, including the past three years and once again will host the tournament this season.

WILLIAMSBURG NATIONAL Designed by the Nicklaus Design group, the Jamestown Course at Williamsburg National has served as proud host to the PGA Tour Michelob Open Qualifier on three occasions. It has received numerous awards including “One of the Ten Best Courses you can play in Virginia” by Golf Digest Magazine. With an emphasis on conditioning, it has been said that the Jamestown Course is so well designed that it could improve your score. The course measures 7,000 yards from the championship tees and is par-72.

COLONIAL The Colonial is a superbly conditioned, traditional layout in an unspoiled natural setting. The picturesque course winds through hardwood forests and tidal marshes, framed by native laurel and other indigenous species. The par-72, 6,885–yard course was opened in 1995 and designed by Lester George and Robert Wrenn. In 2009, the Tribe men’s team will participate in the Joe Agee Invitational at the course.



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FORD’S COLONY The Marsh Hawk golf course at Ford’s Colony was an instant classic when it opened in 1985. The 6,650-yard, par-72 course, whose defining characteristics are its narrow fairways and strategically placed bunkers, has hosted the women’s spring invitational for more than 30 years now, the past six of which have been on the Marsh Hawk course. Ann Schnell was the last Tribe golfer to claim the individual medal, in 2001.


KISKIACK GOLF CLUB Kiskiack Golf Club is set on land once occupied by the Chickiack, a group of Virginia Algonquian Indians, under the rule of the Great Chief Powhatan. The 6,775-yard, par-72 course was designed by John LaFoy, and received a four-star rating in 2002-03 by Golf Digest. Located a few short minutes from Williamsburg proper, in Croaker, this bucolic facility has hosted the ECAC Division I Women’s Championship for two straight years and will host the championship tournament again this year.



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Seventh Season at W&M

JAY ALBAUGH Mount St. Mary’s, 1996

In his seventh season at the helm of Tribe Golf, Jay Albaugh looks to lead the 2009-10 men’s and women’s teams to heights unparalleled in the history of the program. The 2008-09 season was a very successful one for the men’s golf program, as a pair of seniors each earned their first collegiate medalist honors. At the Raines Development Intercollegiate, senior Brent Paladino fired back-toback school-record rounds of 66 (-6) on his way to capturing the victory. Paladino finished the tournament with a 202 (-14), shattering the previous 54-hole school record by eight strokes. Then at the Georgetown Invitational, classmate Doug Hurson notched his first collegiate win, finishing the 36-hole event with a score of 143 (+1). It was the first time since 2001 that more than one player captured a tournament title in a season for the Tribe. Behind great team play, led by Paladino and Hurson, the Green and Gold finished the season with a record of 114-52-3, the ninth 100-win season in the program’s history. The women’s team started the 2008-09 season off with a bang, winning its first tournament of the season, the Nittany Lion Invitational. Junior Morgan Stepanek fired a school-record 69 (-3) in the first round, and along with freshman Caroline Sweet, led the Tribe to victory with each tying for third place with scores of 225 (+9). The College set school-records for 36 and 54 holes with team scores of 602 (+26) and 909 (+45), respectively. Later in the year at the ECAC Championship, freshman Kristen Hamel tied Stepanek’s school-record 69 (-3) with her final round score. Hamel finished the tournament in fourth-place with a 148 (+4). It was a record year for the Tribe, as the College went 115-50-1, posting the most wins in the program’s history and just its second 100-win season. In 2007-08, the men’s team season was highlighted by its fourth-place finish at the CAA Championship. Junior Brent Paladino led the Tribe during the season, claiming 12 school records over the course of the year. His season culminated with a runnerup finish at the CAA Championship with a school record-tying three-day total of 207 (-6). His second-place finish is the best finish at the conference championship since John McHenry in 1986. Freshman Brandon Parker took great strides over the course of the season for the Tribe. He was named CAA Men’s Golf co-Player of the week on March 26 after carding a 143 (+1) at the William and Mary home tournament at Kingsmill. His rounds of 72 and 71 were both new collegiate-lows for the rookie. The 2007-08 women’s team played solidly all season, but saved its best golf for the last two tournaments of the year. At the Lady Seahawk Invitational, all five Tribe golfers shot in the 70’s for two consecutive rounds, highlighted by senior Erika Oldenkamp’s school-record 54-hole total of 224 (+8) that earned her a tie for eighth. At the CAA Championship, the Tribe shot a school-record 299 (+11) in the final round to cement its third-place finish. The team also set the school-record for a 54-hole tournament, carding 914 strokes (+50) as Oldenkamp finished ninth with a three-day total of 226 (+10). On an individual note, sophomore Morgan Stepanek was named to the All-CAA second team for her outstanding play during the season, which included the second-best season scoring average in school history of 77.90. In 2006-07, the men’s team enjoyed a string of six-consecutive top-five finishes in the fall, and only had two tournament finishes under .500 for the entire year. Doug Hurson suffered no sophomore slump, leading the team with a 74.00 stroke average that at the time placed him fifth all-time in school history. He collected seven top-20 finishes through 10 events, and was named second-team All-CAA. Brent Paladino had the tournament of the year at the CAA Championships, placing fifth to earn a spot on the all-tournament team. The women’s team in 2006-07 had to find its way with youth in the fall, and was able to use that experience along with the return of Erika Oldenkamp and Marissa Sprick from semesters abroad to forge through the spring and cap the year with a fifth-place finish at the CAA Championships. At the Bobcat Desert Classic, the team

had two rounds where every player shot 79 or better, the first two times that had ever happened at W&M. In 2005-06, Albaugh mentored the women’s golf team to a program renaissance. In the fall, the squad won its first team championship since 1992 at its own Tribe Classic, setting a school record for lowest team score in a round with 299 strokes (+11). Senior Sayde Murray captured her first individual medal, and the program’s first since 2001, winning the Tribe Classic on the third playoff hole. In the spring, Murray continued her strong play to lead the team and finish fifth at the CAA Championships, and thensophomore Erika Oldenkamp tied the school record for the lowest round (70, -2) and posted the second-best 36-hole score (147, +3) at the Bonnie Hoover Invitational. For her steady play throughout the season, Oldenkamp named second-team All-CAA. The men’s team had its share of hardships to start the 2005-06 season, but the emergence of a trio of players gave the program a renewed vitality at the end of the spring. Then-junior Matt Brantingham improved his career average from ninth to sixth in the school charts, and qualified for the U.S. Amateur Public Links in the summer. Freshman Doug Hurson led the team in six of 10 tournaments and Brent Paladino led in five of the 10. Hurson had a season-average of 75.04, second on the team and second-best for any freshman in school history. Paladino led the team with an average of 74.64, setting the school record for best freshman average, and tied for the lowest score at the W&M Invitational with 69. In the summer, he qualified for both the U.S. Amateur and the Amateur Public Links, advancing to the third round of match play at the APL. In his second year, the men’s team had a year for the ages, just missing out on a bid to the NCAA Regional. Gary Barton and classmate Tim Pemberton were both named to the all-region team, with Pemberton also earning first-team All-CAA and second-team all-state honors as he set the school record for lowest career average in Tribe history. Barton garnered second-team all-conference and first-team all-state acclaim after leading the team throughout the year. He capped his career by winning the Cavalier Classic in a one-hole playoff, his second individual medal in four years. As a team, the men captured two tournament titles, an outstanding accomplishment for a squad that was composed primarily of underclassmen. In March the Tribe defended its home course, winning a three-team playoff to triumph in the W&M Invitational. In April, the College followed Barton’s charge to win the Cavalier Classic by a stroke over a 12-team field that included many Atlantic Coast Conference and CAA rivals. In recognition of his accomplishments, Albaugh was named the Men’s Coach of the Year by the Virginia Golf Coaches Association. His inaugural campaign in 2003-04 saw 2004 graduate Ann Schnell earn first-team All-CAA and CAA Women’s Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year awards, and 2005 graduate Gary Barton earn second-team All-CAA and all-state honors. Albaugh came to the Tribe from Eastern Illinois University where he served as the head coach for both the men’s and women’s golf teams. In his five years at Eastern Illinois, Albaugh saw both squads achieve their best finishes at the Ohio Valley Conference Championships, including a runner-up result for the women in 2003. Overall, Albaugh coached his teams to four wins during his tenure, which included the women’s first win as a program. He also led each team to its lowest stroke average in history. Previously, Albaugh served three years as the head golf coach at Mount St. Mary’s College. While there, he oversaw the creation of the women’s golf program and also led the men’s team to its best conference finish (fourth). Albaugh, a 1996 graduate of Mount St. Mary’s, was a four-year letterwinner in golf and was named first team All-Northeast Conference his junior and senior seasons. The Mountaineers’ number one golfer for three years, Albaugh won the American University Invitational in 1994 and was a two-time selection to the NEC Scholar-Athlete team. Active on the national level within his profession, Albaugh is a member of the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Advisory Committee, and currently serves as the CAA representative to the Golf Coaches Association of America Congress. He is also a member of the National Golf Coaches Association. Albaugh holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Mount St. Mary’s and a master’s degree in athletic administration from Eastern Illinois. He lives in Richmond with his wife, Leighann.


PETE GYSCEK Niagra, 1985

Pete Gyscek is in his fifth season in the collegiate coaching ranks as the assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s programs at William and Mary. A long-time Williamsburg resident, Gyscek is the owner of the Dynamic Golf Studio, a Williamsburg-area teaching center, and the skills he employs have been a large part of the Tribe’s success during his tenure with the team. Gyscek is a Class “A” member of the Professional Golfers Association of America, and has competed as a professional on several mini-tours and in the Mid-Atlantic PGA. He is also an associate member of the National Golf Coaches Association, and is a Certified Golf Instructor as well as being a Master Clubfitter and Equipment Specialist. Gyscek graduated from Niagara University in 1985 with a bachelor’s degree in business management. A four-year letterwinner as a member of the varsity golf team, he was also captain for three years. He lives in Williamsburg with his wife, Michele, and son, Noah.





Maryland RDI Hartford Big Five Georgetown Landfall Rice FMBI Towson Marshall CAA

First 308 (+24) 298 (+10) 299 (+11) 300 (+16) 295 (+11) 310 (+22) 304 (+16) 299 (+15) 290 (+2) 301 (+17) 300 (+12)

Second 287 (+3) 281 (-7) 297 (+9) 289 (+5) 300 (+16) 313 (+25) 294 (+6) 298 (+14) 285 (-3) 288 (+4) 291 (+3)


36-Holes Third Total Head-to-Head 595 (+27) 4-8-0 579 (+3) 285 (-3) 864 (+0) 15-3-0 596 (+20) 2-9-0 589 (+21) 7-4-0 595 (+27) 0-11-0 623 (+47) 294 (+6) 917 (+53) 3-8-0 598 (+22) 293 (+5) 891 (+27) 2-9-0 597 (+29) 6-12-0 575 (-1) 303 (+15) 878 (+14) 15-1-0 589 (+21) 291 (+7) 880 (+28) 10-6-0 591 (+15) 293 (+5) 884 (+20) 7-3-0

Rounds Low Average Jason Chun 22 72 (2x) 75.95 Doug Hurson 28 69 (2x) 74.79 Conor O’Brien 13 74 (2x) 76.46 Brent Paladino 28 66 (2x) 73.14 Brandon Parker 26 70 (2x) 75.73 Andy Roach 2 76 79.00 Scott Saal 25 70 76.76

Head-to-Head 447-282-27 542-353-33 174-268-26 734-158-36 416-393-27 28-83-4 371-441-27


NLI Yale ECAC Spider LPI Riawah FMBI Hoya CAA

Big Five 77-75 74-77 DNP 72-74 77-70 DNP 80-70

G’Town 76-73 70-73 DNP 72-83 77-81 DNP 79-73

Landall 84-80-72 75-77-71 DNP 77-77-79 74-79-74 DNP 92-84-77

Rice DNP 72-72-73 75-76-76 80-71-70 79-80-74 DNP 78-75-82


FMBI 76-73 85-69 75-77 72-75 73-85 76-82 79-77

Towson 73-72-76 70-74-84 77-81-77 70-69-75 80-70-75 DNP DNP

Marshall 79-73-76 80-70-73 DNP 75-73-70 71-72-72 DNP 76-77-76

CAA 70-86-80 84-73-73 DNP 77-75-72 77-71-74 DNP 76-72-74


First Second 36-Holes Third Total Head-to-Head 297 (+9) 305 (+17) 602 (+26) 307 (+19) 909 (+45) 12-6-0 311 (+27) 5-5-0 331 (+43) 311 (+23) 642 (+66) 6-7-0 309 (+21) 309 (+21) 618 (+42) 6-4-1 310 (+26) 312 (+28) 622 (+54) 308 (+24) 930 (+78) 6-8-0 318 (+30) 310 (+22) 628 (+52) 301 (+13) 929 (+65) 3-9-0 322 (+34) 317 (+29) 639 (+63) 13-5-1 323 (+35) 320 (+32) 643 (+67) 307 (+19) 950 (+86) 8-6-0 315 (+35) 307 (+27) 622 (+62) 306 (+26) 928 (+88) 7-2-0

Rounds Low Average Kelsey Conway 7 81 (2x) 82.86 Ellie Costello 4 86 89.75 Kristen Hamel 9 78 80.67 Avi Hockfield 10 78 82.29 Katie Murphy 17 72 79.65 Brielle Paolini 12 75 80.42 Kristine Rohrbaugh 7 78 81.86 Megan Smith 4 80 87.25 Morgan Stepanek 20 69 77.00 Caroline Sweet 20 74(3x) 78.30 Sarah Whitney 20 71 77.35

Head-to-Head 112-136-13 16-30-178 233-264-9 161-114-13 362-231-17 292-311-16 169-102-17 47-163-2 662-141-21 523-266-35 632-158-34

WOMEN’S ROUND BREAKDOWN Kelsey Conway Ellie Costello Kristen Hamel Avi Hockfield Katie Murphy Brielle Paolini Kristine Rohrbaugh Megan Smith Morgan Stepanek Caroline Sweet Sarah Whitney

NLI DNP DNP DNP DNP 77-78-72 75-85-80 DNP DNP 69-75-81 76-75-74 79-77-81

Yale DNP DNP DNP DNP 81 82 DNP DNP 73 80 75

ECAC 87-81 86-92 79-69 86-78 DNP DNP 80-83 90-80 DNP DNP DNP

Spider DNP DNP 80-85 DNP 78-78 DNP DNP DNP 77-75 84-80 74-76

LPI DNP DNP DNP DNP 82-79-81 81-78-80 DNP DNP 74-81-75 78-77-79 77-78-74

Kiawah DNP DNP 84-80-82 DNP DNP 82-76-78 DNP DNP 78-82-75 80-78-74 78-76-74

FMBI 82-82 89-92 78-89 81-80 82-77 85-83 78-83 92-87 77-75 81-86 82-82

Hoya DNP DNP DNP 81-79-84 81-79-84 DNP 84-82-83 DNP 85-83-71 78-79-74 80-80-79


CAA 81-82-85 DNP DNP 85-84-82 85-87-73 DNP DNP DNP 80-77-77 78-77-78 76-71-78



Hartford 73-73 82-74 DNP 71-73 82-79 DNP 73-77

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Maryland RDI Jason Chun 79-75 DNP Doug Hurson 77-72 79-69-72 Conor O’Brien 77-74 78-74-77 Brent Paladino 75-69 70-66-66 Brandon Parker DNP 76-75-72 Andy Roach DNP DNP Scott Saal 79-72 74-72-75


The 2008-09 season for the William and Mary Tribe men’s golf team was one of many accomplishments for the College. The season saw two graduating seniors, Brent Paladino and Doug Hurson, earn medalist honors for the first time in their careers, marking the first time since 2001 that two players won titles in the same season. Behind overall great team play, the squad finished the season with a record of 114-52-3, the ninth 100-win season in program history. In 2009-10, the team will have to replace both Paladino and Hurson, but with a young group of established players, as well as a strong recruiting class, the 2009-10 Tribe men’s golf team looks to contend for the CAA title later in the year.


Leading the Tribe this season will be seniors Conor O’Brien and Andy Roach, who will look to provide a young team with leadership on and off the course this season. O’Brien enters the season after three solid campaigns for the Green and Gold and will look to end his career in Williamsburg on a high note. Last season, O’Brien’s best finish of the season came at the Rice Intercollegiate, where he placed in a tie for 31st. O’Brien also posted a top-50 finish at the Tribe’s home event, the First Market Bank Intercollegiate, coming in a tie for 46th overall. Through his first three years at William and Mary, Roach has seen limited playing time, but this season will look to make the most of the opportunities he is given and looks to make his final season his best. In 2008-09, Roach played in the First Market Bank Intercollegiate, finishing the event in a tie for 89th.


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The College’s junior class is highly talented, and Tribe head coach Jay Albaugh will count on both Brandon Parker and transfer Zach Glassman to post solid finishes for the Green and Gold this season. At the end of last season, no golfer was playing better on the Tribe than Parker. Parker ended the year with his best finish of the season, placing in a tie for 10th at the CAA Championship with a score of 222 (+6). At the Big Five Invitational, Parker carded a career-low round of 70 (-1) to propel him to a tie for 11th. Parker then tied his personal-best score in the second round of the Towson Invitational on his way to a tie for 23rd place.



Glassman, a transfer from the University of Dayton, will have two years of eligibility left for the College. During the 2007-08 season for the Flyers, Glassman recorded two top-10 and four top-20 finishes, ending the season with a scoring average of 74.8. Glassman also had a knack for playing his best when it counted, finishing in a tie for 25th at the A-10 Championship with rounds of 71-71-78.


The only sophomore on the roster this season for the Tribe is Scott Saal, who after redshirting his firs year, played very well for the College last season and will be counted on to finish near the top of the leaderboard this year for the Green and Gold. Like Parker, Saal played his best golf of the year when it counted most, down the stretch. At the CAA Championship, Saal notched his first career top-10 finish, tying for 10th place with a score of 222 (+6). Also like Parker, Saal registered a career-best round at the Big Five Invitational, shooting a 70 (-1) in the final round to help him tie for 24th. Saal also had a nice showing at the Georgetown Intercollegiate, finishing the event in a tie for 21st.


The Tribe’s incoming freshman class is a talented group of players who not only provide a great foundation for the future, but also have the potential to contribute this season. Jeremy Wells comes to Williamsburg boasting an impressive prep resume. Wells was named All-State in Virginia after placing third at the state tournament in 2009. Wells was also named All-Prep League after helping lead St. Christopher’s to the league title in 2008. Before playing at St. Christopher’s, Wells played three years at Prince George, where he earned multiple honors, including All-Region and All-District accolades. Spencer Kushner also brings strong prep credentials with him to the College this season after starring for St. Margaret’s Episcopal School. Kushner was named first-team All-Academy League on three occasions and All-County in 2008 and 2009. Kushner also earned medalist honors during his time at St. Margaret’s, winning the League Individual Finals event. Rounding out the Tribe’s incoming freshman class is Charles Godfrey, who comes to William and Mary from Berkeley Prep in Tampa,

Florida. While at Berkeley Prep, Godfrey earned four letters in golf and one in lacrosse. During his senior year, Godfrey averaged a score of 73.0.


The season will begin on September 1213 when the Tribe travels to Cambridge, Maryland to play in the Maryland Intercollegiate. The tournament, which the College participated in last season for the first time, will be held at the Chesapeake Golf Resort. One week later, W&M will play in The Adams Cup, which will be held at the Newport National Golf Course in Newport, Rhode Island on September 21-22. On October 5-6, the Tribe will stay in-state to play in the Frank Landrey Invite at the Spring Creek Golf Course in Gordonsville, Virginia. Just four days later, the College will return to Williamsburg to play in the Joe Agee Invitational on October 10-11. The tournament, which will be played at The Colonial Golf Club, was named for the longtime golf coach for William and Mary. The fall season will come to an end when the Tribe travels to Beallsville, Maryland to play in the Georgetown Invitational, which will be held at the Members Club at Four Streams. The spring season for the Tribe will begin on February 22-23 in Florence, South Carolina when the College participates in the Wexford Plantation Intercollegiate. Then on March 2-3, W&M will play in the UNCW Seahawk Intercollegiate at the Country Club of Landfall. After those two tournaments, the Tribe will return home to host the First Market Bank Intercollegiate at Kingsmill Resort on March 22 and 23. Last season, the College placed in a tie for seventh out of the highly competitive field of 22 teams. Just four days later, the Green and Gold will travel north to Grasonville, Maryland to play in the Towson Invitational at the Prospect Bay Country Club. Last year at the tournament, the Tribe had a great showing, placing second out of 17 squads. After almost a month off, the William and Mary men’s golf team will look to capture its first conference title since 1985 when it plays in the CAA Championship on April 16-18 at The Homestead in Hot Springs, Virginia. Last season, the Tribe had a nice showing, placing third out of the 11 CAA teams.


SOPHOMORE YEAR (2007-08) Carded a 226 (+13) at the CAA Championship, finishing in a tie for 27th ... Was the top golfer for the travel squad at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate, pairing rounds of 74 to finish tied for 25th at 6-over ... Played every round of the year ... Shot his collegiate-best round against par at the Sea Trail Intercollegiate with 70 (-2) in the second round ... Helped the team to set school records for best round, 36-hole score, and 54-hole score at Sea Trail ... Also dipped below par at the Rice Intercollegiate, shooting 71 (-1) in the second round ... Hit 79 or better in all but six rounds. FRESHMAN YEAR (2006-07) Shot 70 in the second round of his career, the second round of the Joe Agee Invitational ... Totaled 222 (77-70-75) to tie for 36th ... Made the travel squad for the Lacrosse Homes Collegiate, carding 84-76 ... Competed as an individual at the W&M Invitational, shooting 76-77 at Kingsmill to tie for 51st ... Season average of 76.43 was fifth on the team, and seventh amongst all freshmen at W&M ... Season record of 131-166-13 (.444) ranked fourth on the team. PREP 2005 Connecticut state champion ... Also won the New England High School Championships and the Connecticut Junior Amateur in 2005 ... Three-time all-state ... Three-time all-conference honoree ... Low round is 65 at Wintonbury Hills ... Qualified for the 2006 Amateur Public Links ... Four-year member of the Student Council. PERSONAL Son of Donald and Patricia O’Brien ... Born January 22, 1988 in Hartford, Connecticut ... Came to W&M because he felt it had the appropriate mix of academics and athletics. Career Statistics Events: 18 Rounds: 47 Average (Rank): 76.00 (Seventh) Career Record: 624-812-78 (.438) Low Round: 70 (Three Times) Season-By-Season Year Rds. Strokes 2006-07 7 535 2007-08 27 2043 2008-09 13 994

Avg. 76.43 75.67 76.46

Finishes (Rank) Victories: -Runner-up: -Top-Five: -Top-10: -Top-20: -Low Rd. 70 70 74

Record 131-166-13 (.444) 319-378-39 (.460) 174-268-26 (.400)

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2008-09) Tied for 10th at the CAA tournament with a score of 222 (+6), his fourth top10 finish of the season ... Carded a personal-best 70 (-1) in the final round of the Big Five Invitational to finish in 11th place ... Matched his personal best of 70 on the second day of the Towson Invitational on the way to finishing in a tie for 23rd place ... Tied for 16th at The Landfall Tradition ... Placed in a tie for 45th at the Raines Development Intercollegiate ... Finished in a tie for 50th at the Georgetown Intercollegiate and in a tie for 39th at the Hartford Invitational ...Tied for 70th at the Rice Intercollegiate ... Shot a 33 (-2) on the last nine holes of the first day of the First Market Bank Intercollegiate on his way to finishing in a tie for 89th place ... Season average of 76.33 ranks seventh all-time in school history among sophomore seasons. FRESHMAN YEAR (2007-08) Advanced to sectional qualifying for the 2008 U.S. Open after tying for third at the local qualifying tournament at the TPC of Boston ... Shot a 229 in his first CAA Championship, finishing in a tie for 36th ... Earned his first top-five finish at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate, shooting 72-71 (+1) to tie for fifth ... Made his collegiate debut at the Belmont Shootout in October, closing the tournament with a round of 77 (+5) ... Played in every tournament of the spring, hitting in the 70s in six of twelve rounds ... Shot 74-73 at the Marshall Invitational, tying for second on the team ... Season average of 77.00 ranks him seventh among freshmen all-time at the College. PREP Three-year letterwinner for coach William Prendiville ... Captained the team his senior year ... Helped the team to state titles in 2005 and 2006, finishing among the top seven individuals each time ... Conference All-Star each of his last three years ... Massachusetts Super Team All-Star as a senior ... Averaged 73 strokes per round in high school, with a career-best round of 65 ... 52-4 in dual-meet competition over his final three years ... Named a third-team All-American on the Future Collegiate World Tour in 2006 ... Finished among the top-30 at the FCWT national championships that year ... Member of the New England Ryder Cup team ... AP Scholar with Distinction ... National Honor Society ... Three-year member of the Culinary Club. PERSONAL Son of Stephen and Karen Parker ... Born September 20, 1988 in Denton, Texas ... Uncle, Mickey Hawkes, played on the PGA Tour ... Favorite City is Quito, Ecuador ... Craziest ambition is to win the U.S. Open.

Career Statistics Events: 16 Rounds: 41 Average (Rank): 76.20 (Ninth) Career Record: 600-632-46 (.452) Low Round: 70 (Two Times) Season-By-Season Year Rds. Strokes 2007-08 15 1155 2008-09 26 1969

Avg. 77.00 75.73

Finishes Victories: -Runner-up: -Top-Five: One (T-30th) Top-10: Two (T-44th) Top-20: Four (T-40th) Low Rd. 71 70

Record 184-239-19 (.438) 416-393-27 (.514)




JUNIOR YEAR (2008-09) Placed in a tie for 31st at the Rice Intercollegiate ... Finished tied for 46th at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate ... Tied for 56th at the Maryland Intercollegiate and in a tie for 73rd at the Raines Development Intercollegiate ... Place in a tie for 62nd at the Towson Invitational.

Jr. • Auburn, Mass. (St. John’s Shrewsbury)

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Sr. • Weatogue, Conn. (Simsbury)


So. • Virginia Beach, Va. (Cape Henry Collegiate)

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09) Tied for 10th in his first CAA tournament with a score of 222 (+6) ... First career top-10 finish came in the CAA tournament ... Carded a personal-best 70 (-1) in the final round of the Big Five Invitational to place in a tie for 24th ... Finished in a tie for 21st at the Georgetown Intercollegiate ... Placed in a tie for 41st at the Raines Development Intercollegiate and in a tie for 42nd at the Hartford Invitational ... Finished 46th at the Rice Intercollegiate ... Tied for 56th at both the Maryland Intercollegiate and The Landfall Tradition ...Placed in a tie for 57th at the Marshall Invitational ... Finished tied for 78th at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate ... Average of 76.76 ranks eighth best all time at the College among rookie seasons.

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FRESHMAN YEAR (2007-08) Redshirted during the season ... Competed at the 2008 U.S. Amateur, improving by five strokes between rounds to finish with a round of 72 and tie for 161st.

Sr. • Vienna, Va. (Flint Hill)

JUNIOR YEAR (2008-09) Finished tied for 89th at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate, shooting 7682 to finish 158 (+16). SOPHOMORE YEAR (2007-08) Carded rounds of 84-88 at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate. FRESHMAN YEAR (2006-07) Opened the year with two rounds of 80 at the Joe Agee Invitational ... Totalled 242 for 54 holes at the tournament, competing as an individual ... Also was an individual competitor at the W&M Invitational, shooting 83-81. PREP Four-year letterman for Coach Lee Brunell ... Honorable Mention All-Met selection by The Washington Post in 2004 ... MVP of the golf team in 2003 ... Recorded best-scores of 72 for 18 holes and 152 for 36 holes ... Co-Chair of the Honor Council as a junior after two years as a member. PERSONAL Son of O. Lynn and Tammy Roach ... Born June 13, 1987 in Alexandria, Virginia ... Father graduated from W&M in 1978 ... Best advice he ever received was from Fred Couples, who said, “Slow down.”

Career Statistics Finishes Events: 4 Victories: -Rounds: 9 Runner-up: -Average (Rank): 82.57 (90th) Top-Five: -Career Record: 41-380-5 (.102) Top-10: -Low Round: 76 (2009 First Market Bank Intercollegiate) Top-20: -Season-By-Season Year Rds. Strokes 2006-07 5 406 2007-08 2 172 2008-09 2 158


Avg. 81.20 86.00 79.00

Low Rd. 80 84 76


Record 9-196-1 (.046) 4-101-0 (.038) 28-83-4 (.261)

PREP Won six letters for coach Phil Stewart ... TCIS Player of the Year as a junior ... Four-time all-conference honoree ... Four-time team MVP ... Won the 2005 Virginia State Junior Championships ... Averaged 70.1 strokes per round as a senior ... Career-best effort was a 7-under 63 at Broad Bay Country Club ... Hit hole-in-one during the 2003 Virginia State Juniors at the Blacksburg Country Club ... Consistently on the yearly honor roll. PERSONAL Son of Stephen and Jane Saal ... Born August 2, 1989 in Norfolk, Virginia ... Father played golf at Kent State ... Uncle, Ken Saal, played golf at Akron ... Always uses a gold dollar to mark the ball on the green ... Enjoys reading, listening to music, and having a good debate. Career Statistics Events: 10 Rounds: 25 Average (Rank): 76.76 (--) Career Record: 371-441-27 (.458) Low Round: 70 (2008 Big Five Invitational) Season-By-Season Year Rds. Strokes 2008-09 25 1919

Avg. 76.76

Finishes Victories: -Runner-up: -Top-Five: -Top-10: -Top-20: One (T-136th)

Low Rd. 70

Record 371-441-27 (.458)


Fr. • San Juan Capistrano, Calif. (St. Margaret’s Episcopal School)

PREP Named First-Team All-Academy League on three occasions ... Named AllCounty in 2008 and 2009 ... Earned medalist honors at the League Individual finals ... All-Academy MVP in 2009 ... Costa Mesa City Junior Amateur Champion ... Earned cum laude distinction as a member of the National Latin Society. PERSONAL Son of Robert and Karen Kushner ... Born April 2, 1991 in Newport Beach, California ... Likes going to the beach, being with friends and playing golf in his spare time ... Intends to major in finance and accounting at the College.

PREP Named a 2006 First-Team All-Ohio selection ... Also named the News-Herald and the Sun News Golfer of the Year ... Played as the No. 1 golfer on the Preppers’ 2006 Division II state championship team ... Tied for second at the All-Ohio Championship in 2004 ... Won four regular-season tournaments and averaged 74.6 strokes per 18 holes during his senior year. PERSONAL Son of Alan and Teri Glassman ... Born February 27, 1989 in Cleveland, Ohio ... Enjoys playing basketball and working out in his leisure time ... Plans on majoring in finance at William and Mary.

Fr. • Hopewell, Va. (St. Christopher’s School)

PREP Named All-State and All-Prep League in 2008-09 … Placed third in the state tournament in 2009 … Helped lead team to prep league title in 2008 and was named captain in 2009 … Spent his first three years at Prince George High School where he was named to the All-Richmond Times Team in 2005 and 2006 … Earned All-Region honors in 2005 and All-District accolades in 2005 and 2006 … Also named All-Academic Region in 2005 and AllAcademic District in 2005 and 2006 … Finished in a tie for ninth at the 2009 Virginia State Amateur after qualifying with a 146 and winning his first match … Was also a member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL Son of Leigh and Betsy Wells … Born August 14, 1990 in Richmond, Virginia … Brother, Hunter, graduated from the College in 2008 and was president of the club golf team in 2007 and 2008 … Enjoys hunting, fishing, and music in his leisure time … Plans on majoring in business at William and Mary.

Fr. • Tampa, Fla. (Berkeley Prep)

PREP Earned four letters in golf and a letter in lacrosse ... Averaged a score of 73.0 per 18 holes during his senior year. PERSONAL Son of Guy and Mary Lou Godfrey ... Born July 5, 1990 in Miami, Florida ... Enjoys fishing, hockey, wakeboarding and lacrosse ... Plan on majoring in business at the College.



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AT DAYTON (2007-08) Won the Atlantic-10 Player of the Week and Rookie of the Week award on April 28, 2008 ... Also won the A-10 Rookie of the Week award on September 24, 2007 ... Finished the season with a 74.8 average ... Tied for the team lead with 27 total rounds ... Finished the season with two top-10’s and four top-20’s for the Flyers ... Best finish of the season came at the Norm Bullock Collegiate, tying for seventh with rounds of 71-75-74 ... Finished in a tie for 25th at the 2008 A-10 Championship with rounds of 71-71-78.


Jr. • Highland Heights, Ohio (University School/Dayton)


TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS NCAA Regional Appearances (3) 1991, 1994, 2002 NCAA District Championships (1) 1985

W&M Hall of Fame 1969 Mark McCormack ‘51 1976 Joe Agee ‘52 1980 Robert Hornsby ‘41 1988 Russell Brown ‘74 1994 Dave Edmunds ‘59

CAA Championships (1) 1985

World Golf Hall of Fame 2006 Mark McCormack ‘51

Team Titles (18) 1980 Navy Invite 1981 Kingsmill/W&M Invitational 1982 Kingsmill/W&M Invitational Virginia Intercoll. Championship Yale Fall Classic 1983 Camp Lejeune Invitational ODU Seascape Invitational 1985 Greensboro Invitational ECAC South/CAA Championship NCAA District III Open Tournament 1991 Navy Invitational 1993 Bryce Collegiate Invitational Georgetown Fall Classic 1994 Seton Hall Fall Classic 2001 Char. Southern Fall Invitational 2002 El Diablo Intercollegiate 2005 W&M Invitational UVA Cavalier Classic

CAA 25th Anniversary Team 2009 John McHenry ‘86 Tim Pemberton ‘05 Brent Paladino ‘08

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Best Scores 18-Holes 281 (-7) 9/15/08, Raines Dev. Inter. 36-Holes 570 (-6) 9/22/07, Sea Trail Intercoll. 54-Holes 856 (-8) 9/23/07, Sea Trail Intercoll. 72-Holes 1269 (+125) 3/28/70, Miami Invitational All-Time Tournament Record 3,035-2,772-68 (.522) All-Time Dual-Meet Record 228-152-18 (.595) Undefeated Seasons 1928-29 10-0-0 100-Win Seasons 1. 2001-02 2. 1982-83 3. 1981-82 4. 1990-91 5. 1989-90 6. 1980-81 7. 2004-05 8. 2008-09 9. 1983-84

162-58-1 (.735) 139-55-4 (.712) 136-75-5 (.641) 126-45-3 (.733) 116-44-2 (.722) 116-73-1 (.613) 115-44-2 (.720) 114-52-3 (.683) 111-106-4 (.511)

PLAYER AWARDS Individual Medalists 1968 Steve Isaccs Virginia Intercoll. 1974 Russell Brown Virginia Intercoll. 1981 Billy Musto Kingsmill/W&M 1982 Mike Gregor Kingsmill/W&M 1983 Billy Musto Camp Lejeune Invite 1984 John McHenry ECAC South 1985 John McHenry Campbell Invite ECAC South Guilford Invite Mike Gregor ECAC South 1986 John McHenry Virginia Intercoll. 1989 Doug Gregor Georgetown Invite 1993 John Kuczaj Georgetown Invite 1995 Chris Gilmer Rutherford Intercoll. 2001 Tim Pemberton Charleston So. Justin Ragognetti El Diablo Intercoll. Adam Holman Colonial Intercoll. 2002 Gary Barton ODU Seascape Invite 2005 Gary Barton UVA Cavalier Classic 2008 Brent Paladino Raines Dev. Intercoll. Doug Hurson Georgetown Intercoll.


CAA/ECAC South Champions 1984 John McHenry 75-72=147 (+5) 1985 John McHenry 75-70-77=222 Mike Gregor 74-75-73=222 All-CAA 1997 2002 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009

Alex Sleeker (2) Tim Pemberton (1) Gary Barton (2) Gary Barton (2) Tim Pemberton (1) Gary Barton (2) Doug Hurson (2) Brent Paladino (1) Brent Paladino (1)

CAA All-Tournament Team 1984 John McHenry 1985 John McHenry Mike Gregor 1986 John McHenry 1990 Aaron Osbourne 1991 John English 1992 Trevor Sidley 2002 Gary Barton Tim Pemberton 2007 Brent Paladino 2008 Brent Paladino NCAA District II All-East 1991 Doug Gregor 1992 Trevor Sidley 1993 Trevor Sidley 1994 Alex Sleeker John Luczaj 1995 Chris Gilmer 1996 Alex Sleeker PING Mid-Atlantic All-Region 2002 Tim Pemberton 2005 Tim Pemberton Gary Barton 2007 Doug Hurson 2008 Brent Paladino Phi Beta Kappa 2002 Justin Hoagland Academic All-America 1990 John English 1991 John English 1996 Alex Sleeker 1997 Alex Sleeker 2001 Justin Hoagland 2002 Justin Hoagland Virginia Golf Coaches Association All-State 1996 Alex Sleeker (2) 1997 Alex Sleeker (2) 2002 Tim Pemberton (2) 2004 Gary Barton (2) 2005 Gary Barton (1) Tim Pemberton (2) 2008 Brent Paladino (1)


National Amateur Summer Tournaments National Intercollegiate 1927 Sam Wilcox Frank Graven 1932 Morton Jaffee


British Amateur 1981 Jim O’Mara

54-Holes 202 (-14) 9/15-16/08, Brent Paladino Raines Dev. Inter.

Walker Cup 1987 John McHenry (UK) U.S. Amateur 1935 Ed Meister 1974 John P. Kyle 1987 Mike Gregor 1988 Doug Hillman 1990 Doug Gregor 1994 Mike Gregor Doug Gregor 1998 John Mueller 2003 Tim Pemberton 2004 Tim Pemberton 2005 Brent Paladino 2006 Brent Paladino 2007 Brent Paladino 2008 Doug Hurson Scott Saal U.S. Amateur Public Links 2005 Brent Paladino 2006 Brent Paladino Matt Brantingham Conor O’Brien 2007 Brent Paladino North-South Amateur 1982 Kevin Sullivan 2003 Tim Pemberton 2004 Tim Pemberton 2005 Tim Pemberton New England Amateur 2007 Brent Paladino 2008 Brent Paladino Eastern Amateur 1983 Billy Musto 1998 John Mueller 2004 Tim Pemberton Matt Brantingham 2005 Matt Brantingham Tim Pemberton 2008 Jason Chun Brent Paladino Brandon Parker Scott Saal U.S. Mid-Amateur 1990 Worth Banner Player’s Amateur 2004 Tim Pemberton 2005 Tim Pemberton Sunnehanna Amateur 2008 Brent Paladino Vermont Open 2009 Brent Paladino Best Scores 18-Holes 65 (-6) 4/19/08, Brent Paladino CAA Championships 4/20/82, Billy Musto ODU Seascape Invitational 66 (-6) 9/16/08, Brent Paladino Raines Development Inter. 9/15/08, Brent Paladino Raines Deveopment Inter.

136 (-8) 9/15-16, Brent Paladino Raines Development Inter. 9/10/07, Brent Paladino Mid-Pines Intercollegiate

72-Holes 316 (+30) 3/25-28/70, Steve Isaacs Miami Invitational Holes-in-One 1928 Frank Graven 1996 John Henry Campbell Invite Rookie Season Average (Minimum 10 Rounds) 1. Brent Paladino 2005-06 2. Doug Hurson 2005-06 3. Tim Pemberton 2000-01 4. Gary Barton 2001-02 5. Adam Holman 2001-02 6. Jason Chun 2008-09 7. John McHenry 1982-83 8. Scott Saal 2008-09 9. Brandon Parker 2007-08 10. Doug Gregor 1987-88

74.64 75.04 75.25 75.57 75.72 75.95 76.08 76.76 77.00 77.05

Season Average (Minimum 10 Rounds) 1. Brent Paladino 2. Brent Paladino 3. Tim Pemberton 4. Ken Rice 5. John McHenry 6. Mark McCormack 7. Doug Hurson 8. Gary Barton 9. John McHenry 10. Billy Musto

2007-08 2008-09 2001-02 1959-60 1985-86 1949-50 2006-07 2004-05 1984-85 1981-82

71.87 73.14 73.19 73.65 73.63 73.9 74.00 74.25 74.34 74.37

Career Average (Minimum Two Seasons) 1. Brent Paladino 2005-09 2. Tim Pemberton 2000-05 3. Doug Hurson 2005-09 3. Gary Barton 2001-05 5. John McHenry 1982-86 6. Alex Sleeker 1993-97 7. Conor O’Brien 2006- 8. Billy Musto 1979-83 9. Brandon Parker 2007- 10. Ryan Price 2003-07

73.64 74.32 74.64 74.64 74.72 75.92 76.00 76.01 76.20 76.25

2000-Win Club 1. Tim Pemberton 2. John McHenry 3. Alex Sleeker 4. Gary Barton 5. Brent Paladino

2,836 2,538 2,461 2,062 2,061

2000-05 1982-86 1993-97 2001-05 2005-09

COACHES AWARDS Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year 2002 Scott King VGCA Coach of the Year 2002 Scott King 2005 Jay Albaugh CAA Coach of the Year 2002 Scott King


For the Tribe in 2009-10, the senior class will be looked upon not only to produce on the course, but also provide guidance and leadership for a young, talented team. Headlining not only the senior class, but also the team this season will be Morgan Stepanek, who will graduate as one of the finest golfers to ever play for the Green and Gold. In 2008-09, Stepanek set the school record for lowest season scoring average with her total of 77.00. Stepanek also set the school record for lowest 18-hole score with her round of 69 (-3) at the Nittany Lion Invitational. After being named to the All-CAA Second Team for the second consecutive season, Stepanek will look to end her career on a high note and contend for the individual title at the CAA Championship this season. Before this season, Stepanek was named to the CAA’s 25th Silver Anniversary Team, which recognized the best players to have ever played in the conference. The College’s other senior this season is Brielle Paolini out of Virginia Beach, Virginia. After posting three solid campaigns for W&M, Paolini will look to end her career with her best season yet. Last year, Paolini played in five events for the Tribe, with her best finish coming at the Nittany Lion Invitational where she placed 46th.


The College’s junior class in 2009-10 is a very talented one, and Tribe head coach Jay Albaugh will rely on it to card some great scores for W&M this coming season.


The sophomore class for the Tribe is one that not only played well last season as rookies, but also one that will provide a great foundation and should ensure that the College is a team to be reckoned with for years to come. Leading the group of five sophomores is Caroline Sweet, who quickly made a name for herself around the conference as a rookie. Sweet had a great season, culminating in a 15thplace finish at the CAA Championship. On the year, Sweet averaged a score of 78.30, which ranks sixth all-time in school history. This season, Sweet should be in the hunt for a top-10 finish at the conference championship and earn the first All-CAA accolade of her career. Also looking to build off a great rookie season will be Kristine Rohrbaugh, who saw action

in three tournaments last season. Rohrbaugh made quite the debut, placing third in her first collegiate tournament at the Nittany Lion Invitational with a score of 225 (+9). With her 54-hole score, Rohrbaugh tied the school record for lowest three-round total. Kristen Hamel should also be a contributor this coming year for the Tribe after a very solid freshman season. Hamel showed her potential last season at the ECAC Championship, where she carded a school-record tying score of 69 (-3) in the final round, sparking her to a fourth-place finish. Kelsey Conway will also look to contribute this season when given the chance after getting her career for the Green and Gold off to a good start a year ago. Conway played in three events in 2008-09, with her best finish coming at the ECAC Championship where she placed in a tie for 54th. Rounding out the College’s sophomore class will be transfer Brooke Stepanek, who will join her sister and teammate Morgan at W&M this season. Stepanek, a transfer from Rutgers University, will have three more seasons of eligibility left and will look to play well when given the opportunity this year. Her best finish for the Scarlet Knights came at the Knights Golf Invitational, where she finished in 21st place.


The Tribe’s incoming freshman class is a very talented one, and along with the sophomore class provides great hope for the future of the program. Betsy Birchall comes to the College with an impressive prep resume and could contribute immediately for the College in 2009-10. The 2007 Alabama Junior State Champion, Birchall was twice named the Birmingham News Metro Player of the Year. Joining Birchall in Williamsburg this season will be Kaitlyn Hutcherson, who comes to W&M from Greenville, Tennessee. At Greenville High School, Hutcherson owns both the singleseason and career scoring marks and in 2006 earned medalist honors at the Tennessee Women’s Junior Amateur.




Leading the junior class will be Sarah Whitney, who through two seasons is well on her way to becoming one of the best golfers to ever come through Williamsburg. Last season, Whitney’s scoring average of 77.35 set the sophomore record and ranks her second all-time in the College overall behind her teammate Morgan Stepanek. In 2008-09, Whitney played her best golf of the season at the CAA Championship, placing in a tie for fifth place, earning a spot on the CAA All-Tournament team. Along with her alltournament selection, Whitney was also named to the All-CAA Second Team in 2009, and this season should compete for the individual title at the conference championship. Also looking to build off a solid sophomore campaign in 2009-10 will be Katie Murphy, who played in all but two tournaments for the Tribe last season. Murphy’s best showing of the season came at the Hoya Invitational, where the Chesapeake, Virginia native finished in a tie for 23rd. Murphy has been very consistent for the College the past two seasons and will look to have a breakout year in 2009-10 for the Green and Gold. Also in her third season, Avi Hockfield will look to build off a pair of campaigns in which the Gladwyne, Pennsylvania product has shown flashes of her potential. Hockfield saw time on the course four times last season for W&M, including the final three tournaments. Her best showing came at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate, where she finished in a tie for 30th.

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Coming off one of the most successful seasons in the program’s history, the William and Mary Tribe women’s golf team looks primed to not only have a great season in 2009-10, but also be in contention for the CAA Championship at the end of the year. In 2008-09, the College enjoyed one of its, if not its most successful season in the school’s history. The Tribe started the year in record fashion, winning the Nittany Lion Invitational and setting school records for lowest 36 and 54-hole totals with scores of 602 (+26) and 909 (+45), respectively. The College ended the year with the most wins in program history with a record of 115-50-1, marking the second 100-win season in William and Mary history.



So. • Ventura, Calif. (La Reina)

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09) Tied for 54th at the ECAC Championships...Finished in a tie for 69th at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate ... Tied for 139th at the Kiawah Island Classic. PREP USGA/AJGA President’s Youth Leadership Award Recipient in 2008 ... Four-time Tri-Valley League Champion ... Three-time league MVP ... Two-time Los Angeles Daily News First-Team All-Area ... Two-time Ventura County Star First-Team ... Member of the National Honor Society.

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PERSONAL Daughter of Gerard and Mary Beth Conway ... Born April 2, 1990 in San Luis Obispo, California ... Cousin, Sean Coyne, runs track at Bucknell University ... Cousin, Erin Coyne, ran track for East Strasburg University ... Hobbies include being a Special Olympics Golf Coach and a hospital volunteer.

Career Statistics Events: 3 Rounds: 7 Average (Rank): 82.86 (--) Career Record: 112-136-13 (.454) Low Round: 81 (Twice) Season-By-Season Year Rds. Strokes 2008-09 3 580

Avg. 82.86

Finishes (Rank) Victories: -Runner-up: -Top-Five: -Top-10: -Top-20: -Low Rd. 81

Record 112-136-13 (.454)

So. • Chesterfield, Mo. (Nerinx Hall)

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09) Shot a school-record 69 (-3) in the final round of the ECAC Championship to charge up the leaderboard and finish in fourth place ... Her final round 69 (-3) also broke the College’s freshman record ... Placed in a tie for 56th at the Spider Invitational. PREP Placed third at the state meet in 2008 ... Placed fourth in 2007 and 13th in 2006 at the state meet ... Played racquetball for her high school for three years. PERSONAL Daughter of Phil and Carol Hamel ... Born June 12, 1990 in Kansas City, Missouri ... Mother, Carol, played tennis at Grove City College ... Came to the College beause it’s the perfect place for her.

Career Statistics Events: 4 Rounds: 9 Average (Rank): 80.67 (--) Career Record: 233-264-9 (.469) Low Round: 69 (2009 ECAC Championships) Season-By-Season Year Rds. Strokes 2008-09 9 726


Avg. 80.67

Finishes (Rank) Victories: -Runner-up: -Top-Five: One (T-18th) Top-10: One (T-29th) Top-20: One (T-42nd)

Low Rd. 69


Record 233-264-9 (.469)

Jr. • Gladwyne, Pa. (Harriton)

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2008-09) Finished tied for 30th at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate ... Ended up 42nd at the Hoya Invitational while playing as an individual ... Placed in a tie for 45th at the ECAC Championships with her score of 164 (+20). FRESHMAN YEAR (2007-08) Fell one round shy of having her season average of 79.78 rank fourth alltime among freshmen at the College ... Carded 78-77-78 at the Lady Seahawk Invitational to help the Tribe set school records for 36 and 54 holes ... First two rounds both set personal collegiate-lows ... Had her first top-20 finish at the Tina Barrett Invitational, shooting 80-82 to tie for 20th ... Shot 80-81 at the Colonial Women’s Intercollegiate, finishing in a tie for 36th ... Again led with 80 at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate, closing with 82 to finish in a tie for 30th. PREP State medalist ... Delaware Valley District Champ ... Was named an Academic All-American on the Future Collegiate World Tour ... Carried a ninehole average of 37 as a senior, with a low round of 34 ... Played at the 2007 Eastern Women’s Amateur, shooting 84-87-85 (256 +40) for 78th ... Member of the Model UN ... Volunteered at the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House. PERSONAL Daughter of Hal and Marcy Hockfield ... Born July 14, 1989 in Abington, Pennsylvania ... Full name is Aviva Hockfield ... Father played quarterback for Dickinson College ... Mother played tennis at Rutgers ... Enjoys going to the beach with friends ... Favorite T.V. show is Entourage. Career Statistics Events: 7 Rounds: 16 Average (Rank): 80.88 (Seventh) Career Record: 361-237-33 (.598) Low Round: 77 (2008 Lady Seahawk) Season-By-Season Year Rds. Strokes 2007-08 9 718 2008-09 7 576

Avg. 79.78 82.29

Finishes (Rank) Victories: -Runner-up: -Top-Five: -Top-10: -Top-20: One (T-42nd) Low Rd. 77 78

Record 200-123-20 (.612) 161-114-13 (.582)


FRESHMAN YEAR (2007-08) Season average of 80.73 ranks seventh on the freshman scoring average list ... Posted a 235 (+19) to place in a tie for 18th at the CAA Championship ... Played in all but one tournament this season ... Top finish in the fall came at the Spider Invitational, where she shot 77-80 (+13) to tie for 21st ... Opened her career strongly at the Chip-N Invitational, shooting 83-78-78 ... Posted the best score of the final round at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate with her collegiate-best 74 to improve to a tie for 17th, registering her first top-20 finish. PREP Played on the varsity men’s team for five years, including claiming the No. 1 position her junior and senior years ... All-TCIS selection as a sophomore and a junior ... Team MVP her last two years, and team captain as a senior ... Four-time winner of the Payton Memorial Invitational ... Stroke average of 75 as a senior, with a career-low round of 71 (-1) ... Won low-medalist honors nine times in her senior year ... As a freshman, aced the ninth hole on the Suffolk Golf Course twice, only 11 days apart ... Virginia Sports Hall of Fame Student-Athlete of the Year ... Editor-in-Chief of both the school paper and literary magazine ... Member of the Honor Council. PERSONAL Daughter of Neil and Caprice Murphy ... Born August 16, 1989 in Chesapeake, Virginia ... Dream course to play is The Old Course at St. Andrew’s ... Enjoys playing piano and relaxing with a good book. Career Statistics Finishes (Rank) Events: 16 Victories: -Rounds: 39 Runner-up: -Average (Rank):80.26 (Sixth) Top-Five: -Career Record: 723-527-50 (.575) Top-10: One (T-29th) Low Round: 72 (2008 Nittany Lion Invitational) Top-20: Three (T-27th) Season-By-Season Year Rds. Strokes 2007-08 22 1776 2008-09 17 1354

Avg. 80.73 79.65

Low Rd. 74 72

Record 361-296-33 (.547) 362-231-17 (.607)

JUNIOR YEAR (2008-09) Placed 46th at the Nittany Lion Invitational ... Tied for 58th at the Yale Intercollegiate ... Finished in a tie for 62nd at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate ... Tied for 75th at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate ... Also tied for 75th at the Kiawah Island Classic ... Named Academic All-State by VaSID. SOPHOMORE YEAR (2007-08) Had three consecutive rounds in the 70s in September ... Closed the ChipN Invitational with a round of 78, before shooting 75-79 to tie for 15th at the Colonial Intercollegiate ... Opening 75 set her collegiate-best by two strokes, and keyed her first top-20 finish. FRESHMAN YEAR (2006-07) Named to the NGCA All-American Scholar Team for Division I after carrying better than a 3.50 GPA ... First honoree in school history ... One of only two Tribe golfers to compete in every round ... Posted the team’s only sub-80 round of the fall, shooting 79 in the second round of the Ross Resorts Invitational ... Shot a round of 77 in every spring event except the CAA Championships ... Led the team at the Ross Resorts Invitational and in the friendly against Richmond ... Tied for 30th at the W&M Invitational ... Finished 40th at the CAA Championships ... Season average of 82.84 was third on the team, and ranks 13th among all rookie-season averages at W&M. PREP 2004 Junior All-American on the Plantations Junior Golf Tour ... Won the Plantation Tour Championship and the Tidewater Junior Open in 2004 ... Played as the only girl on the varsity golf team at Cape Henry ... Helped the school to the TCIS conference championship, playing in the number two spot ... Has a single-round best of 70 and 36-hole best score of 148 ... Has hit a pair of aces in competition ... First hole-in-one was at the sixth hole on the Torrey Pines North Course with a 7-iron ... Second was on the 12th hole at the Royal New Kent with a 9-iron that drew back into the cup ... Salutatorian of her senior class ... Involved in Model U.N., National Honor Society, Latin Honor Society, and President of Cape Henry’s Judicial Council ... Won the Spencer-Wilkinson Award from the VSGA ... Earned awards of excellence in history, chemistry, and visual arts. PERSONAL Daughter of Bruce and Camilla Paolini ... Born November 10, 1987 in Boise, Idaho ... Craziest ambition is to learn Mandarin Chinese ... Enjoys painting, dancing salsa and flamenco, reading, and yoga. Career Statistics Events: 17 Rounds: 42 Average (Rank): 82.14 (19th) Career Record: 685-866-52 (.444) Low Round: 75 (Twice) Season-By-Season Year Rds. Strokes 2006-07 18 1497 2007-08 12 988 2008-09 12 965

Avg. 83.17 82.33 80.42

Finishes (Rank) Victories: -Runner-up: -Top-Five: -Top-10: -Top-20: One (T-42nd) Low Rd. 77 75 75

Record 237-306-20 (.439) 156-249-16 (.390) 292-311-16 (.485)




SOPHOMORE YEAR (2008-09) Finished tied for 23rd at the Hoya Invitational ... Placed 35th at the CAA tournament with a score of 248 (+38) ... Shot a personal best 72 (E) in the final round of the Nittany Lion Invitational, propelling her to a ninth-place finish with a 227 (+11) ... Took five strokes off her score on the second day to finish tied for 21st at the 36-hole First Market Bank Intercollegiate ... Tied for 26th at the Spider Invitational with her score of 156 (+12) ... Placed in a tie for 52nd at the Yale Intercollegiate ... Finished in a tie for 72nd at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate.

Sr. • Virginia Beach, Va. (Cape Henry Collegiate)

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Jr. • Chesapeake, Va. (Nansemond-Suffolk Academy)


So. • Midlothian, Va. (St. Catherine’s School)

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09) Finished in a tie for third in her first collegiate tournament, the Nittany Lion Invitational ... Her 54-hole total of 225 (+9) set the school record for a par-72 course ... Finished tied for 30th at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate ... Placed in a tie for 36th at the Hoya Invitational ... Placed in a tie for 40th at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate ... Finished in a tie for 45th at the Yale Intercollegiate ... Placed in a tie for 50th at the Spider Invitational.

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PREP Richmond City Amateur Champion in 2008 ... VSGA Amateur medalist ... Represented Virginia in the Virginia-Maryland team matches in 2007-08 ... Also represented Virginia in the Middle Atlantic Challenge in 2007 ... Richmond City Amateur runner-up in 2006. PERSONAL Daughter of Ken and Rica Rohrbaugh ... Born November 8, 1989 in Midlothian, Virginia ... Father, Ken, is a former golf professional ... Enjoys snowboarding, reading and table tennis. Career Statistics Events: 3 Rounds: 7 Average (Rank): 81.86 (--) Career Record: 169-102-17 (.616) Low Round: 78 (2009 Kiawah Island Classic) Season-By-Season Year Rds. Strokes 2008-09 7 573

Avg. 81.86

Finishes (Rank) Victories: -Runner-up: -Top-Five: -Top-10: -Top-20: --

Low Rd. 78

Record 169-102-17 (.616)

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2007-08) Named second-team All-CAA ... Finished tied for 10th at the CAA Championship after posting a 229 (+13) ... Season average of 77.70 is the secondlowest ever at W&M ... Was fourth in the career-average rankings after just two seasons ... Established herself as one of the team’s top golfers after an outstanding fall ... Tied for second at the Chip-N Invitational to start the year, shooting three consecutive collegiate-bests (75-74-71) ... Reset her collegiate best for the fourth time in a row after opening the Colonial Intercollegiate with a school-record tying 70 (-2) ... Finished the Colonial tied for eighth ... Shot 79-78-77 at the Lady Seahawk Invitational in April, helping the Tribe to school records for 36 and 54 holes ... Tied for 14th at the Ross Resorts Invitational ... Has shot in the 70s in 13 of her 20 rounds. FRESHMAN YEAR (2006-07) One of only two Tribe golfers to play every round ... Shot a season-low 76 in the first round of the Bobcat Desert Classic ... Finished the tournament with 79 to tie for 37th ... Led the team at the Red Rocks Invitational, clearing 82-78 to tie for 35th ... Opened the CAA Championships with 77 en route to finishing in a tie for 18th, second on the team ... Rookie season average of 83.21 ranks 18th all-time at W&M. PREP Three-time Girls CIAC state golf champion ... Connecticut all-state from 2004-2006 ... Also earned New Haven Register all-area honors three times ... Captained Guilford’s boy’s golf team her last three years ... Has shot 75 for 18 holes and 239 for 54 holes ... Captained Guilford’s girls swim team from 2002-2004 ... Placed 13th in the breastroke at the 2002 state championships ... National Honor Society and Latin Honor Society member. PERSONAL Daughter of Harold and Mary Stepanek ... Born January 3, 1988 in New Haven, Connecticut ... Comes from strong golfing roots ... Father played at Franklin and Marshall ... Uncle, Ed Day, played at Wake Forest ... Sister, Katie, was All-ACC at Maryland ... Enjoys reading, listening to music, and going to the gym ... Davis Love III once invited her to watch him practice on the driving range.

Career Statistics Finishes (Rank) Events: 24 Victories: -Rounds: 61 Runner-up: One (T-5th) Average (Rank): 79.11 (Second) Top-Five: Three (T-8th) Career Record: 1368-653-65 (.671) Top-10: Five (T-10th) Low Round: 69 (2008 Nittany Lion Invitational) Top-20: 10 (T-11th) Season-By-Season Year Rds. Strokes 2006-07 18 1499 2007-08 23 1787 2008-09 20 1540

Sr. • Guilford, Conn. (Guilford)

NAMED TO THE CAA 25TH SILVER ANNIVERSARY TEAM JUNIOR YEAR (2008-09) Set the William and Mary school record for season average (77.00) ... Also set the school record for best average against par for total rounds, averaging only 5.50 strokes over par for the season ... Notched a record of 662141-21 for the year, the fourth-best win total in W&M history for a season ... Winning percentage of .816 also ranks fourth all-time ... Repeated as a second-team All-CAA selection ... Finished tied for 18th at the CAA tournament with a total of 234 (+24) ... Carded a school-record 69 (-3) in the first round of the Nittany Lion Invitational ... Became the first woman to break 70 in the history of the College ... Set the 36-hole school record with her score of 144 (E) at the Nittany Lion Invitational ... Finished in a tie for third with a total of 225 (+9), which tied the school record for lowest 54-hole score on a par-72 course ... Tied for third at the Yale Intercollegiate with her score of 73 (+2) ... Placed in a tie for 13th at the Spider Invitational with a total of 152 (+8) ... Finished tied for sixth First Market Bank Intercollegiate with a score of 152 (+8) ... Tied for 16th at the Hoya Invitational ... Finished in a tie for 23rd at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate ... Came in 66th place at the Kiawah Island Classic.



Avg. 83.28 77.70 77.00

Low Rd. 76 70 69

Record 241-306-16 (.442) 465-206-28 (.685) 662-141-21 (.816)


Jr. • Hingham, Mass. (Hingham)

So. • Bowie, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt)

PERSONAL Daughter of Jay and Christine Sweet ... Born August 29, 1990 in Silver Spring, Maryland ... Enjoys reading, listening to music, going to the movies and being a diehard Washington Redskins fan ... Came to W&M because it maintains the perfect balance of high-level academics and competitive athletic programs. Career Statistics Events: 8 Rounds: 20 Average (Rank): 78.30 (--) Career Record: 523-266-35 (.656) Low Round: 74 (Three Times) Season-By-Season Year Rds. Strokes 2008-09 20 1566

Avg. 78.30

Finishes (Rank) Victories: -Runner-up: -Top-Five: Two (T-13th) Top-10: Two (T-24th) Top-20: Three (T-27th) Low Rd. 74

Record 523-266-35 (.656)

FRESHMAN YEAR (2007-08) Qualified for the U.S. Women’s Amateur with a 2-over 74 at the Rhode Island Country Club ... Became the first Tribe golfer to qualify for the Women’s Amateur while still an undergraduate ... Hosted the South Shore Girls Junior Invitational, the first event solely for amateur girls ever in the Hingham area ... Finished the school year with an average of 79.76, which ranks third among freshmen all-time at the College ... Carded a 229 (+13) in her first CAA Championship, finishing in a tie for 10th ... Played every round of the season for the Tribe ... Shot 80-76 at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate to lead the team and tie for eighth individually ... Second-round 76 tied for the second-best round of the day with the tournament’s champion ... Closed the fall on a hot streak, shooting 78-79-79 at the Ross Resorts Invitational to tie for 19th ... Picked right back up in the spring, posting a collegiate-best round of 75 to open the Cuthbert Cup ... Tied collegiate-best at the Lady Seahawk Invitational, shooting 75-78-81 ... Helped the Tribe to school-record marks for 36 holes and 54 holes ... Led the Tribe at the Tina Barrett Invitational, placing 12th. PREP Co-founder and captain of the girl’s golf team ... Three-time All-Scholastics award winner from both the Boston Herald and the Boston Globe ... Twice named a second-team All-American while playing on the Future Collegian’s World Tour ... Won two events in the FCWT ... Tied for 14th at the FCWT National Championships ... 2007 Massachusetts state champion after shooting a career-low 71 ... Tied for 35th at the 2007 Eastern Women’s Amateur, shooting 73-78-79 (230 +14) ... Vice president of her graduating class ... Vice President of Hingham’s National Honor Society chapter. PERSONAL Daughter of Robert and Linda Whitney ... Born May 29, 1989 in Norwood, Massachusetts ... Father played basketball and baseball for Cornell, drawing interest from the Cleveland Indians. Career Statistics Events: 18 Rounds: 45 Average (Rank): 78.69 (First) Career Record: 1084-474-55 (.689) Low Round: 71 (2009 CAA Championships) Season-By-Season Year Rds. Strokes 2007-08 20 1994 2008-09 20 1547

Avg. 79.76 77.35

Finishes (Rank) Victories: -Runner-up: -Top-Five: One (T-18th) Top-10: Five (T-10th) Top-20: Eight (T-14th)

Low Rd. 75 71

Record 442-316-21 (.581) 632-158-34 (.788)




PREP Maryland Women’s Amateur Champion in 2008 ... Washington Post All-Met Golfer of the Year for both boys and girls in 2008 ... Maryland State High School Champion in 2007 ... Set records for lowest tournament total, lowest single round score, and lowest final round score during the state championships ... Earned medalist honors at the District III Tournament, shooting a 71 ... Two-time P.G. County Champion for both boys and girls ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Was the First-Chair Violinist in the high school orchestra.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2008-09) Season average of 77.35 ranks second all-time at the College and also set the sophomore scoring record for the College ... Notched a record of 632158-34 for the season, the fifth-most wins in one season in school history ... Winning percentage of .788 ranks sixth all-time at William and Mary ... Named an All-CAA second-team selection ... A member of the 2009 CAA all-tournament team ... Shot a career-best 71 (+1) on the second day of the tournament on the way to finishing tied for fifth with a total of 225 (+15) ... Scored a remarkably consistent 14 pars to go along with two birdies on the second day of play ... Placed in a tie for sixth at the Spider Invitational with her score of 150 (+6) ... Shot a 75 (+4) to tie for ninth at the Yale Intercollegiate ... Finished in a tie for 19th at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate with a total of 229 (+16) ... Tied for 37th at the Nittany Lion Invitational ... Shot a then career-best 74 in the final round of the Kiawah Island Classic to finish 25th individually and first on the team ... Finished 36th at the Hoya Invitational ... Placed 47th at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate.

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FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09) Season average of 78.30 ranks her sixth all-time in the history of the College and also set the rookie record for the school ... Finished tied for 15th in her first appearance in the CAA Tournament ... Finished in the top-five twice, including a fourth-place finish at the Hoya Invitational with a score of 221 (+15) ... Shot a career-best 74 in the final round of the Hoya Invitational ... Was one of only 10 golfers to finish under 80 in the first round at the tournament, tallying a 78 (+6) ... Equaled her career-best single round score in the final round of the Kiawah Invitational, shooting a 74 (+2) on her way to finishing 48th ... Finished 69th at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate


Fr. • Mountain Brook, Ala. (Mountain Brook)

PREP 2007 Alabama Junior State Champion ... 2007 and 2008 Birmingham News Metro Player of the Year ... 2006 USGA Girl’s Junior Championship participant ... Team won the 2006 and 2007 Ohio 6A team championships ... Team captain in 2007 and 2008 ... Member of both the National Honor Society and the National Latin Honor Society.

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PERSONAL Daughter of Jim and Ann Birchall ... Born December 14, 1990 in Birmingham, Alabama ... Brother, Lee was a four-time First-Team All-Ivy selection at Dartmouth and was inducted into the Dartmouth Athletic Hall of Fame ... Sister, Kathy, also played four years of golf at Dartmouth ... Enjoys reading and watching movies in her spare time ... Intends on majoring in Chemistry at the College.

Fr. • Greeneville, Tenn. (Greeneville)

PREP Holds the Greeneville record for both lowest nine-hole match (33) and 18-hole match (70), both scores being under-par ... Also holds the school records for lowest season scoring average and lowest career scoring average ... 2008 Morristown Invitational Champion ... 2006 Tennessee Women’s Amateur Junior Champion ... Threetime state qualifier, placing eighth in 2006 ... Three-time all-conference, all-district and all-region honoree ... Placed in the top 10 at the 2007 Tennessee Junior Championship ... Six-time medalist of the Tri-Cities Junior Amateur ... Member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL Daughter of Courtney and Amy Hutcherson ... Born October 23, 1990 in Hagerstown, Maryland ... Father, Courtney, played football at VMI and James Madison ... Uncle, David Shepherd, played baseball at Bridgewater College and South Florida ... Enjoys watching the Price is Right, singing and participating in community plays in her spare time ... Intends to major in English at the College.



So • Guilford, Conn. (Guilford/Rutgers)

AT RUTGERS (2008-09) Appeared in five tournaments for the Scarlet Knights … Shot a collegiate-low score of 82 (+10) in the first round of the Big East Championship … Best finish of the season came in the Knights Golf Invitational, placing in 21st. PREP Named CSHCA All-State on two occasions … Won the Connecticut Section Junior PGA Championship … Placed 2nd in the Connecticut State Girls Championship as a junior and qualified for the 2007 Westfield PGA Championship … Served as president of the Athletic Leadership team … Honor student and captain of team. PERSONAL Daughter of Hal and Mary Stepanek … Born October 14, 1989 in New Haven, Connecticut … Sister of current Tribe golfer Morgan Stepanek … Sister, Katie, played golf for the University of Maryland … Plans on majoring in finance at the College.

2006 2009

Sayde Murray Sarah Whitney

CAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2003 Ann Schnell

State Championships (4) 1976, 1980, 1981, 1983

NGCA All-American Scholar 2007 Brielle Paolini

Regional Championships (2) 1980, 1981

Phi Beta Kappa 1997 Linda Lovelace 2009 Brielle Paolini

ECAC Championships (1) 1985 Team Titles (25) 1976 VAIAW Div. II State Championship 1980 VAIAW Div. II State Championship AIAW Div. II Regional Championship Quandrangular Meet Longwood Invitational 1981 W&M Invitational VAIAW Div. II State Championship AIAW Div. II Regional Championship AIAW Div. II National Championship 1982 W&M Invitational Sweetbriar Invitational 1983 VAIAW Div. II State Championship W&M Invitational 1985 ECAC Championship 1988 Charleston Invitational 1989 Charleston Invitational W&M Invitational Winthrop Invitational 1990 Charleston Invitational Winthrop Invitational W&M Invitational 1991 Winthrop Invitational 1992 Virginia Collegiate Championship 2005 Tribe Classic 2008 Nittany Lion Invitational All-Time Winning Percentage 1100-1389-18 (.442) Best Scores 18-Holes 299 (+11) 4/20/08 CAA Championships 10/9/05 Tribe Classic 36-Holes 602 (+26) 9/13-14/08 Nittany Lion Invite 54-Holes 909 (+45) 9/13-14/08 Nittany Lion Invite 72-Holes 1337 5/25-28/82 AIAW Division II Best Season Average Against Par (AAP) Total Rounds Season Rounds AAP 1. 2008-09 23 24.35 2. 2007-08 25 27.08 3. 2002-03 29 31.17 4. 2005-06 24 31.67 5. 2003-04 29 33.45 36-Hole Tournaments Season Tournaments 1. 2008-09 8 2. 2007-08 10 3. 2002-03 10 4. 2005-06 9 5. 2000-01 11

AAP 54.00 55.40 64.70 65.00 66.09

54-Hole Tournaments Season Tournaments 1. 2008-09 5 2. 2007-08 5 3. 2002-03 8 4. 2003-04 7 5. 2001-02 4

AAP 72.40 76.604 92.50 95.14 101.25

PLAYER AWARDS Individual Medalists 1978 Tracy Leinbach VAIAW Div. II States Mary Wilkinson Sweetbriar Invite 1979 Tracy Leinbach VAIAW Div. II States Mary Wilkinson JMU Invitational 1980 Mary Wilkinson AIAW Region 2 Longwood Invite W&M Invitational Sweetbriar Invite Tracy Leinbach VAIAW Div. II States 1981 Mary Wilkinson Sweetbriar Invite VAIAW States Longwood Invite Anne Bierman AIAW Div. II Region 1982 Mary Wilkinson Sweetbriar Invite Anne Bierman W&M Invitatonal VAIAW Div. II States 1983 Anne Bierman W&M Invitational 1984 Anne Bierman Longwood Invite 1988 Tiffany Maurycy Penn State Invite 1989 Melinda Dobson Winthrop Invite Tiffany Maurycy Azalea Festival Ford’s Colony/W&M 1990 Vickie Linkous JMU Invitational Kim Oviatt Charleston Invite Tiffany Maurycy Winthrop Invite 1991 Vickie Linkous Charleston Invite Winthrop Invite 1992 Bridget Murphy Virginia Collegiate 2000 Holly Corbin W&M Invitational 2001 Ann Schnell W&M Invitational 2005 Sayde Murray Tribe Classic AIAW Div. II All-American 1981 Tracy Leinbach Mary Wilkinson 1982 Mary Wilkinson Anne Bierman CAA 25th Anniversary Team 2009 Ann Schnell ‘05 Morgan Stepanek All-Conference 2003 Ann Schnell (1) Lindsey Sims (2) Lindsey Wagner (2) 2004 Ann Schnell (1) 2006 Erika Oldenkamp (2) 2008 Morgan Stepanek (2) 2009 Morgan Stepanek (2) Sarah Whitney (2) All-Tournament Team 2003 Ann Schnell 2004 Ann Schnell

W&M Hall of Fame 1993 Mary Wilkinson ‘82 1994 1981 National Championship Team Mary Wilkinson ‘82 Mary Anton ‘83 Debbie Spencer ‘82 Tracy Leinbach ‘81 Wendy LeBolt ‘83 Ann Lambert (Coach) Players in National Tournaments U.S. Women’s Open 2003 Vickie Linkous U.S. Women’s Amateur 2003 Lesley Stracks 2008 Sarah Whitney U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links 2001 Lesley Stracks 2004 Lesley Stracks 2006 Misha Harvey 2008 Misha Harvey 2009 Sarah Whitney Eastern Women’s Amateur 2007 Sarah Whitney Avi Hockfield 2008 Sarah Whitney International Medalists Maccabiah Games 2005 Lesley Stracks


Best Scores 18-Holes 3-Under Morgan Stepanek (69) 9/13/08 Nittany Lion Invite Kristen Hamel (69) 10/5/08 ECAC Championship 36-Holes 144 (E) Morgan Stepanek 9/13-14/08 Nittany Lion Invite 54-Holes 223 (+4) Mary Wilkinson 1981 Longwood Invitational 72-Holes 319 Mary Wilkinson 1981 AIAW National Champs Hole-in-One 1985 Terri Carneal

Season Average (Min. 10 Rounds) 1. Morgan Stepanek 2. Sarah Whitney 3. Tiffany Maurycy 4. Morgan Stepanek 5. Erika Oldenkamp 6. Caroline Sweet 7. Mary Wilkinson 8. Lindsey Sims 9. Ann Schnell 10. Sayde Murray

2008-09 2008-09 1988-89 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 1981-82 2002-03 2003-04 2005-06

77.00 77.35 77.38 77.70 78.20 78.30 78.43 78.69 78.74 78.75

Career Average (Min. Two Seasons) 1. Sarah Whitney 2. Morgan Stepanek 3. Ann Schnell 4. Erika Oldenkamp 5. Lindsey Sims 6. Katie Murphy 7. Avi Hockfield 8. Mary Wilkinson 9. Misha Harvey 10. Tiffany Maurycy

2007-P 2006-P 200-04 2004-08 1999-03 2007-P 2007-P 1978-82 2004-08 1985-90

78.69 79.11 79.34 79.66 80.14 80.26 80.88 80.94 81.07 81.12

1,500 Wins in a Career 1. Ann Schnell 2000-04 2. Lindsey Sims 1999-03 3. Holly Corbin 1998-02 4. Lindsey Wagner 2000-04 5. Alex Hill 2001-05 6. Erika Oldenkamp 2004-08

2,693 2,461 1,712 1,628 1,523 1,510

Best Season Average Against Par (AAP) Total Rounds Athlete Season Rds AAP 1. Morgan Stepanek 2008-09 20 5.50 2. Morgan Stepanek 2007-08 23 5.83 3. Sarah Whitney 2008-09 20 5.85 4. Erika Oldenkamp 2007-08 22 6.40 5. Ann Schnell 2003-04 27 6.63 36-Hole Tournaments Athlete Season T AAP 1. Sarah Whitney 2008-09 7 12.00 2. Morgan Stepanek 2008-09 7 12.29 3. Morgan Stepanek 2007-08 9 12.56 4. Erika Oldenkamp 2007-08 9 12.60 5. Ann Schnell 2003-04 10 13.10 54-Hole Tournaments Athlete Season 1. Morgan Stepanek 2007-08 2. Caroline Sweet 2008-09 3. Sarah Whitney 2008-09 4. Erika Oldenkamp 2007-08 5. Lindsey Sims 1999-00

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AAP 16.00 16.80 17.40 17.60 17.75

Azalea Invite

Rookie Season Average Min. 10 Rounds) 1. Caroline Sweet 2008-09 2. Lindsey Sims 1999-00 3. Ann Schnell 2000-01 4. Sarah Whitney 2007-08 5. Melissa DePuy 2003-04 6. Seung Lee 2005-06 7. Vickie Linkous 1989-90 8. Katie Murphy 2007-08 9. Erika Oldenkamp 2004-05 10. Misha Harvey 2004-05

78.30 79.17 79.63 79.76 80.08 80.12 80.50 80.73 81.00 81.35



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TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS National Championships (1) 1981 AIAW Division II




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The College of William and Mary is a public university located in Williamsburg, Va. Founded in 1693 by Royal Charter issued by King William III and Queen Mary II of England, William and Mary is the second oldest college in the country after Harvard. William and Mary has a long history of liberal arts education and a growing research and science curriculum that demonstrates a strong commitment to undergraduate research. The College, which became a state university in 1906, has been designated a “Public Ivy,” and for nine straight years has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the sixth-best public university in the country – and the nation’s top small public university. Also referred to as “the alma mater of a nation,” the College has educated four U.S. Presidents – George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe and John Tyler, which is the third most of any college in the coun0910 try. William and Mary also claims several firsts, including the 1776 creation of Phi Beta Kappa – the country’s first academic honor society – the first honor code of conduct for college students, and the first collegiate law school, established in 1779. William and Mary is also home to the Sir Christopher Wren Building – the country’s oldest academic building still in use – and the President’s House, the oldest home of a university president still in use.

The Wren Building




A Window Look

Lake Matoaka Amphitheater



Crim Dell Bridge



WILLIAM & MARY FACTS Second oldest educational institution in the U.S. In addition to four U.S. Presidents, W&M has educated a number of this country’s key historical figures, including U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall and 16 signers of the Declaration of Independence. W&M is one of only eight U.S. institutions of higher education designated a “Public Ivy.” A Public Ivy is a stateassisted institution that offers a superior education at a cost far below that of Ivy League schools.

Sunken Gardens

U.S. News ranked W&M sixth among all public colleges and universities and 32nd among both public and private institutions in 2009. Newsweek named W&M “hottest small state university” in 2006. U.S News and World Report rated the School of Education 48th in the country in 2010. W&M ranked 18th in graduation rates for national universities in 2009. The Princeton Review named W&M a the ‘Best of the Southeast’ school in 2009.

Earl Swem Library

The W&M Law School ranked 30th in the nation in 2008. The History Department’s doctoral program ranked fourth in the nation for U.S. Colonial History in 2010. W&M ranked as the sixth-best public university in the country in the inaugural guide, “America’s Best Colleges 2008” by Forbes Magazine. The Princeton Review rated W&M the third among the top 50 best value public colleges nationally in 2009. Phi Beta Kappa, the premier academic honor society in America, was founded by W&M students in 1776.

Graduates Outside the Wren Building

Student Recreation Center

W&M’s 11-to-1 student-faculty ratio is the lowest among the top public universities. Nearly 50 percent of William and Mary’s classes have fewer than 20 students. W&M libraries, including the main Earl Swem Library, were rated the eighth best College Library in the Country by the Princeton Review in 2008. Business Week rated the W&M Undergraduate Business Program in the top 10 among Public Institutions in the country. Forbes Magazine ranked W&M’s MBA program in the top 50.



Lake Matoaka

The Wren Chapel






2007 CAA Champions


Two-Time CAA Swimmer of the Year



2008 NCAA Second Round


TRIBE ATHLETICS: An Experience in Excellence LACROSSE

Back-to-Back CAA Regular Season Champions


All-America Honors in 2008-09


National Academic Team Award




ADRIAN TRACY All-American Football



All-Conference Honors in 2008-09

The College of William and Mary sponsors 23 varsity sports and provides students with a unique and successful balance of athletics and academics. The Tribe Athletics Department finished 117th nationally in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings for 2008-09, a number that ranked second among Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) programs and fourth in the state of Virginia. The Directors’ Cup, which was created by the NACDA and USA Today in 1993-94, is a program that honors institutions maintaining a broad-based program, achieving success in many sports, both men’s and women’s. W&M has placed among the top 100 nationally in 12 of the program’s 16 years, while leading the CAA on seven occasions. W&M has produced more CAA Championships than any program in the league’s history. The College owns 95 league crowns, nearly 40 more than its closest competitor. The Tribe raked in the awards in 2008-09 as well, tallying a combined 197 all-conference honors, 34 All-America honors and six league players of the year. During the 2008-09 season, the Green and Gold produced an overall athletics winning percentage of 68.2, while racking up a combined 888 wins. Along with its accomplishments on the field of play, the Tribe is just as successful in the classroom, epitomizing the term student-athlete. In the NCAA’s inaugural Academic Progress Report in 2005, W&M ranked fourth among Division I teams, which was the highest of any athletic scholarshipgranting school and of any public school. Since the inception of the CAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year, W&M has produced 28 honorees, more than any school in the conference.




2008 CAA Finalists

23 NCAA Appearances



ITA East Region Singles Champion Women’s Tennis

Eclipsed 300-win mark in 2008

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NCAA Championships (2) Men’s Tennis (2) CAA Championships (95) Baseball (1) Men’s Cross Country (16) Women’s Cross Country (16) Men’s Golf (1) Women’s Lacrosse (1) Men’s Soccer (6) Women’s Soccer (9) Women’s Swimming (1) Men’s Tennis (3) Women’s Tennis (20) Men’s Track and Field (4) Women’s Track and Field (9) Volleyball (8)


All-CAA, All-Region Volleyball

All-American Track and Field


Region Coach of the Year Men’s Cross Country

ECAC Championships (7) Men’s Gymnastics (3) Women’s Gymnastics (4)

CAA Athletes of the Year in 2008-09

13-Time USAG National Champions 2008 National Academic Champions


CAA Football Championships (3)




TIFFANY BENSON CAA Defensive Player of the Year Women’s Basketball

Overall 2008-09 Athletics Winning Percentage


W&M’s student-athlete graduations success rate is 95 percent

KEZIEL JUNEAU Ranked No. 103 in Final ITA poll Men’s Tennis

46 student athletes elected to Phi Beta Kappa in the past 11 years

T otal CAA C hampionships

Four Rhodes Scholars were W&M student-athletes


Won 28 CAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year Awards in the last seven years


15 MLB Draft Picks in last eight years

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W&M ranked fourth, the highest of any athletic scholarship-granting school and of any public school, among the Division I teams in the NCAA’s inaugural APR report




Henry C. Wolf ‘64, J.D. ‘66 Rector Virginia Beach, VA John W. Gerdelman ‘75 Vice Rector Williamsburg, VA Janet M. Brashear ‘82 Secretary Virginia Beach, VA Charles A. Banks III Gloucester, VA Colin G. Campbell Williamsburg, VA Thomas E. Capps Richmond, VA Timothy P. Dunn ‘83 Rectortown, VA Sarah I. Gore ‘56 Newark, DE R. Philip Herget III Alexandria, VA Kathy Y. Hornsby ‘79 Williamsburg, VA Suzann W. Matthews ‘71 McLean, VA

W. TAYLOR REVELEY III President Taylor Reveley was sworn in as the 27th president of the College of William and Mary on September 5, 2008, after serving as interim president since February 2008. Before assuming his current post, he served as dean of William & Mary Law School for almost a decade, starting in August 1998. He is the John Stewart Bryan Professor of Jurisprudence. Reveley received his A.B. from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs in 1965. At

Anita O. Poston, J.D. ‘74 Norfolk, VA Robert E. Scott, J.D. ‘68 New York, NY John Charles Thomas Richmond, VA Jeffrey B. Trammell ‘73 Washington, DC *List does not include two additional members yet to be appointed by the Governor




Sarah D. Rojas College of William and Mary D. Ryan Goodwin Richard Bland College

FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES: Katherine M. Kulick College of William and Mary Alexandra Duckworth Richard Bland College


SANDRA DAY O’CONNOR Chancellor Sandra Day O’Connor, one of the most distinguished jurists in the history of the United States Supreme Court—and its first female justice—addressed the most profound legal issues of her age with wisdom, courage, and skill. After a long career in public service, including nearly a quarter century on the nation’s highest court, she retired in 2006. Justice O’Connor spent her childhood on an isolated cattle ranch in southeastern Arizona



Princeton, he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and rowed on the lightweight crew for two years. Reveley went to law school at the University of Virginia, receiving his J.D. in 1968. During the United States Supreme Court’s 1969 term, he clerked for Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. Reveley has extensively studied and written about the constitutional division of the war powers between the President and Congress. In 1972-73, he spent 13 months studying the war powers while an International Affairs Fellow of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City and a Fellow of the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C. He is the author of War Powers of the President and Congress: Who Holds the Arrows and Olive Branch? (University of Virginia Press, 1981). Before joining William & Mary, Reveley practiced law for many years at Hunton & Williams, where he specialized in energy matters, especially those involving commercial nuclear power. He was the managing partner of

the firm for nine years. Much of Reveley’s extracurricular time over the years has gone to non-profit organizations. He has served on many educational and cultural boards, including those of Princeton University (where he is a trustee emeritus), Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, St. Christopher’s School, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, JSTOR, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Virginia Historical Society, the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, the Richmond Symphony, and the Presbyterian Church (USA) Foundation. Reveley and his wife Helen have four children – Taylor, Everett, Nelson and Helen Lanier – and a daughter-in-law, Margaret Louise (Marlo, married to Taylor).

tending to a variety of ranch chores, raising farm animals, and reading voraciously. After completing school in El Paso, Texas, she journeyed west to continue her education at Stanford University, where her professors inspired and challenged her to make a difference in her nation and the world. Justice O’Connor earned a B.A. in economics (magna cum laude) from Stanford University and a LL.B. from Stanford Law School. She was an editor of the law review and graduated third in her law class—two spots behind her friend and future colleague, the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist. After being admitted to the bar, Justice O’Connor served as Deputy County Attorney of San Mateo County, California, from 1952 to 1953, and as a civilian attorney for the U.S. Army Quartermaster Market Center in Frankfurt, Germany, from 1954 to 1957. From 1958 to 1960, she practiced law in Maryvale, Arizona, and served as Assis-

tant Attorney General of Arizona from 1965 to 1969. She was appointed to the Arizona State Senate in 1969, and was subsequently reelected to two two-year terms, during which she served as Majority Leader. In 1975, she was elected Judge of the Maricopa County Superior Court and served until 1979, when she was appointed to the Arizona Court of Appeals. President Reagan nominated her as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, and she took her seat September 25, 1981. She succeeded the Honorable Henry A. Kissinger as Chancellor of the College of William and Mary in 2005. In the years since her investiture, she has visited the College numerous times, visiting classes, talking with students, and addressing academic conferences. She is married to John Jay O’Connor III, whom she met in law school. They have three sons: Scott, Brian, and Jay.


TERRY DRISCOLL Athletics Director

Under the steady guidance and watchful eye of Terry Driscoll, the William and Mary Athletics Department has solidified its standing as one of the nation’s preeminent broad-based programs. As Driscoll enters his 14th year as athletics director, he has overseen an unprecedented era of improvement in terms of funding and facilities while also maintaining the College’s rich history of producing well-rounded studentathletes. Driscoll oversees a program that is committed to balancing academic demands with athletic success. One of the department’s stated goals each year is to finish among the top 100 in the annual Director’s Cup rankings, which has happened in all but one of the years that Driscoll has been the director. In the last six years, the Tribe’s program has combined for a total of 26 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) titles. This past season, W&M claimed three CAA titles (Men’s and Women’s Cross Country and Women’s Track & Field). In 2002-03, W&M had a school-record 10 teams compete in the NCAA Tournament, with four teams winning conference titles and six that finished in the top 25 at the end of their respective seasons. Overall, no institution in the CAA can claim more all-time league championships than the 95 William and Mary has earned. As impressive as the athletic accomplishments have been during Driscoll’s tenure, the program’s academic successes have been even greater. In the NCAA’s inaugural (2004) APR rankings, a measurement of academic progress based on academic eligibility, retention, and graduation of student-athletes, W&M was fourth in the nation overall and first among institutions offering athletic performance-based scholarships. Additionally, the Tribe football team has posted a 100 percent graduation rate three times, while the majority of the program’s squads have consistently ranked among the nation’s finest in terms of graduation. In 2002, the CAA started recognizing Scholar-Athletes of the Year for each of the 22 sports it sponsors, and the College has had a conference-high 29 individuals receive the honor. In addition to the many academic and athletic successes, Driscoll’s impact on the program has been equally impressive in terms of physical and financial improvements. Since taking over as athletics director, Driscoll has overseen the construction of more than $20 million in new facilities, including Plumeri Park (baseball), Albert-Daly Field (soccer, lacrosse) and the Busch Courts (tennis). Recently, the College dedicated an $11 million, 30,000 square-foot Jimmye Laycock Football Center at Zable Stadium in the summer of 2008. During the last four years, the venerable stadium has been enhanced with an $800,000-plus video scoreboard (2007), the installation of a $650,000 permanent lighting system (2006) and an $840,000 state-of-the-art Field Turf Pro artificial playing surface (2006). This past summer, new synthetic turf with water cannons were installed at Busch Field, the home of the William and Mary Field Hockey program. In addition to the physical structures, Driscoll has also worked with the Associate Athletics Director for Development, Bobby Dwyer, to increase the annual fund-raising totals for non-capital projects from $1.36 million in 1995 to the current annual total of approximately $2.7 million. A true student-athlete himself, Driscoll’s leadership skills were developed during his collegiate years.

As a student-athlete at Boston College, Driscoll captained the basketball team to the National Invitation Tournament Finals as a senior, and was named the tournament MVP. In addition to being named an All-American, his success in the classroom as a biology major garnered him an Academic All-America honor. After graduating from BC, he was the fourth overall pick of the 1969 NBA Draft, selected by the Detroit Pistons, just three spots after the Milwaukee Bucks chose UCLA’s Lew Alcindor, later to be known as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Driscoll chose to play a year in Italy first, but then returned to the U.S. to play for the Pistons, Washington Bullets and Milwaukee Bucks before going back to Italy as a player and then coach until 1980. Driscoll then entered the corporate world in 1980, working for Kazmaier Associates, Inc., an international sporting goods sales and sports marketing firm. After Kazmaier purchased Bike Athletic in 1986, KSG Inc. was formed with the objective of becoming the first, and only, national sales agency in the sporting goods industry. By 1987, Driscoll was president of the company and had expanded the agency to all 50 states just two years later. In early 1990, Driscoll’s contribution to a marketing research project for the NCAA was the initial step moving him from product marketing and sales to sports marketing and management. The result of the project was a joint venture between Kazmaier Associates and Host Communications - with Driscoll being named managing director and chief operating officer of NCAA International. In 1993, Driscoll diversified his experience in the athletic world by working as the venue executive director of the 1994 World Cup site in Boston. In September of that year, Driscoll was again enlisted to launch a new business, Eagle International Group, an event management and services company. As vice president, Driscoll worked with Hawaii Pacific Sports to organize the Women’s World Volleyball Grand Prix competition in Honolulu. Driscoll resides in Williamsburg with his wife, Susan. The couple has two children – Keith, a 1997 graduate of Holy Cross, and Leslie, a 2001 graduate of William and Mary.

DRISCOLL’S BASKETBALL ACCOMPLISHMENTS Boston College High School 1966 Boston Globe all-scholastic; BCHS Hall of Fame Boston College 1967 NCAA Tournament All-East Region Team 1968 Academic All-American 1969 National Invitational Tournament Most Valuable Player ECAC Co-Player of the Year Coaches All-American Gator Bowl Most Valuable Player Team captain Scholar-Athlete Boston College Hall of Fame Jersey Retired (1/24/99) Averaged 18.5 points and 13.9 rebounds per game in threeyear career. Holds BC records in career rebounds (1,071), career rebounds per game (13.9), season rebounds (498), and rebounds in a single game (31). Twelfth-leading scorer in BC history (1,426), fifth-best career scoring average (18.5), tied for second-most points in a single game (46), 10th-best career free throw percentage (.779) Professional Basketball 1969 First round draft pick (fourth overall) 1971 Detroit Pistons 1972 Washington Bullets 1973-75 Milwaukee Bucks 1975 Spirit of St. Louis 1976 Outstanding Foreign Player, Virtus Pallacanestro (Italian Professional League) Coaching Career Coached Sinudyne to Italian Professional League Championships in 1979 and 1980.








Jimmye Laycock Football Center

Busch Tennis Courts

William and Mary is committed to building and maintaining outstanding facilities for all 23 of its varsity athletic teams. The College has demonstrated this commitment by investing approximately $16 million toward the construction and upgrade of its athletics facilities during just the last six years. Among W&M’s recent projects was the completion of the $11 million, 30,000-square foot Jimmye Laycock Football Center, which was dedicated in June of 2008. This past summer, the Laycock Center renovated the foyer to include photos, information and memorablia on the Tribe’s storied football tradition. This past summer, Busch Field experienced a renovation that included a total revamp of the field, underlying pad, water cannon and drainage system. The renovation created a competition surface that ranks alongside those used at the U.S. National Training Centers in Virginia Beach, Va., Chula Vista, Calif., and that used at last year’s Olympic Games. In 2005, Kaplan Arena received an upgrade with the installation of 6,900-square foot permanent wood floor along with rubberized sports flooring on the open end of the arena to accomodate track and field and other multi-purpose activities. A year earlier, the home of Tribe soccer and lacrosse, Albert-Daly Field was dedicated, providing the programs with a $1 million all-natural grass facility.




Kaplan Arena



2009-10 Tribe Golf Media Guide  
2009-10 Tribe Golf Media Guide  

2009-10 Tribe Golf Media Guide