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When I’m talking with recruits and their families, I stress that we have two expectations of our golfers at the University of Evansville. One, to improve and succeed on the golf course. Two, maintain that same desire with their academics. Both areas take a serious commitment. For those who have that commitment, I believe the University of Evansville can provide four of the best years of your life. Our golf program includes NCAA Division I competition in both the fall and spring seasons. Unique to the University of Evansville is that we have the opportunity to play and practice at five outstanding golf courses within 10 miles of campus: Rolling Hills Country Club, Cambridge Golf Club, Quail Crossing Golf Club, Evansville Country Club and Victoria National Golf Club. Academically, the University of Evansville has been listed consistently among the best colleges in the Midwest in the U.S. News & World Report rankings. Because of our small class sizes and the faculty’s commitment to our students, everyone receives the individual attention they deserve in order to succeed. This is a great place for golf and for learning! For more about the University of Evansville, please contact me at 812-589-9944 or at hgc1974@earthlink.net.

- Head Coach Jim Hamilton


Rounds: 44 Strokes: 3713 Scoring Avg: 84.39 Low Round: 76 (10-19-10, 10-4-11) Spring 2012: Completed her sophomore season with the second-best average on the team with an 82.48...was third for UE in the spring, averaging 83.10 strokes each round...all ten rounds were an 87 or lower...posted a solid 167 (80-87) in the Don Benbow Invitational to lead UE... placed 19th at Butler with a 173 (87-86) to help the Aces finish second...notched an 82 at the IU Invitational to tie for 57th...led Evansville at the MVC Championship with a 240 (81-80-79) to tie for 30th place. Fall 2011: Notched the lowest average of the season for UE (81.91)...wrapped up four rounds in the 70’s with 10 out of 11 in the 80’s...finished in a tie for 20th at Butler Invitational with a 17-over 155 (79-76) for lowest round of the season...shot a 160 (81-79) at APSU Invitational... wrapped up the fall with a 19-over 157 (77-80) at UD Invitational. 2010-11: Played in all 23 rounds in 2010-11...averaged 86.25 in the fall and 86.0 in the spring for an 86.13 stroke average for entire freshman season...ranked #3 on the team...best finish in the fall was 18th out of 56 at Dayton Invitational (83-76=159)...low round was 76 at Dayton... finished 15th of 54 at BSC Ann Rhoads Invitational (89-79=168) and 26th of 55 at Butler Spring Invitational (89-83=172) for top spring finishes. High School: Three-time all-city and three-time all-Southern Indiana Athletic Conference standout for the Tigers, coached by former UE golfer Jenny Effinger...state qualifier each of her four years...led Memorial to four straight team appearances in state finals...SIAC Tournament runnerup...shot 34 and 74 for her low 9- and 18-hole rounds. Personal: Sydney Lynn Skiles...born Dec. 26, 1991 in Evansville...daughter of Zane and Lisa Skiles...expects to major in business. Why UE?: “UE has great academics along with a highly respected golf coach and program.”


Rounds: 21 Strokes: 1757 Scoring Avg: 83.67 Low Round: 72 (3-27-12) Spring 2012: Finished with the top average in the spring for UE (80.80) while ranking third for the school year (83.67)...recorded consecutive second-place finishes while leading the Aces team to a pair of seconds at the Butler Invitational and Belmont Invitational...after finishing in a tie for 43rd in the spring opener at the Don Benbow Invitational, she took home second at Butler (75-80=155) and led the field after day one...Doyle came right back with another second at Belmont with rounds of 78 and 72, her even round of 72 in the final round on 3/27 was her top round of her freshman campaign...in one round at IU, carded an 82 to tie for 57th out of 87 participants. Fall 2011: Saw action in all 11 fall rounds, shooting in the 70’s twice and in the 80’s on six occasions...finished with the fourth best average on the team with an 86.27...saw an improvement of 20 strokes between SIUE Intercollegiate and Butler Invitational, shot a 184 at SIUE before tallying a 158 (75-83) at Butler...her opening round of 75 at Butler was her season-low as she tied for 28th place...notched her second round in the 70’s at APSU Invitational, notching a 79 in the second round on her way to a 162. High School: Helped lead Chatard to its first appearance in the state finals in 2010...placed third in the Indianapolis city championship as a senior...sectional runner-up in 2010...also an outstanding basketball player...began her high school career at Hamilton Southeastern....Hamilton County golf champion in 2006 and a member of the Royals’ 2008-09 state championship golf team...coaches in high school included former UE player Megan Andress. Personal: Catherine Rose Doyle...born July 19, 1992 in Indianapolis...daughter of John and Eileen Doyle...has two brothers...expects to major in sports communication. Why UE? “UE seems to be a great fit for me. I think it is an environment where I will be able to strive academically and athletically. I also believe I will be surrounded with people who truly care about me and my well-being.”


Rounds: 21 Strokes: 1852 Scoring Avg: 88.19 Low Round: 79 (10-11-11) Spring 2012: Completed freshman season with an average round of 88.19... shot a pair of rounds in the 80’s (89-86) at the Don Benbow Invitational to begin the spring...low round of spring came in the second and final one at Belmont where she tallied an 83 en route to a 37th-place outing...tied for 69th in the single-round IU Invitational after notching an 84. Fall 2011: Averaged an 86.91 in first fall at UE while playing in each of the 11 rounds...tied for 37th place at SIUE (94-90)...top outing was at APSU Invitational where she shot a season-low 79 in second round before finishing with a 162 (83-79)...was honored as the Indiana Golf Foundation Mountain Dew Tour 2011 Girls Player of the Year in Indianapolis at the Indiana Golf Foundation Hall of Fame Banquet. High School: Reached final 16 in Indiana Girls State Junior Championship in June, 2011...2010 IHSAA Mental Attitude Award winner, medalist at the IHSAA Regional, and a four-time state finalist for Evansville Memorial, coached by former UE player Jenny Effinger Koch...seven-time Evansville Junior Golfer of the Year, and a four-time All-Southern Indiana Athletic Conference selection... won the 2009 Evansville high school city tournament and earned all-state honors from the Indiana Golf Coaches Association. Personal: Dana Leanne Hayden...born Oct. 21, 1992 in Evansville...only child of Daniel and Donna Hayden...outstanding student who earned Environmental Science Award at Memorial...expects to major in sports management. Why UE? “I have a rich family history with UE, and playing Division I golf for Coach Hamilton has been a major goal of mine. I also love the small school atmosphere and great academic reputation.”


Rounds: 18 Strokes: 1608 Scoring Avg: 89.33 Low Round: 81 (10-4-11) Spring 2012: Saw action in seven rounds in the spring, averaging 91.28 strokes, finished freshman campaign averaging 89.33 strokes over 18 rounds of play...low round of 84 came at the IU Invitational where she finished in a tie for 69th out of 87 players. Fall 2011: Shot in all 11 rounds of the fall finishing seven of those rounds with an 89 or lower... lowest tournament came at Butler Invitational shooting an 84 and 81 en route to a 165...followed that up with a 167 (83-84) at APSU Invitational. High School: Qualified for state championship my sophomore, junior, and senior year (16th place finish). District tournament champion my senior year. Angel Classic 2009 champion. Varsity team at Lafayette High School all four year, lettering all four years. Graduated with a 4.6 GPA. Coached by Susan Fromuth. Parents: Karen Gloutney and Robert Lamarche, two half brothers. Born April 15, 1993 in Montreal, Canada. Major in biology/pre-veterinary medicine. Aspire to be a veterinarian. Why UE? Coach Hamilton gave me the opportunity to be a part of the team, and I loved everything else about UE, especially the small class sizes and biology department.


High School: won three Indianapolis Girls High School City Individual Championships, including her win in 2008-09 as the first freshman to do so...lettered with team MVC honors in all four years while garnering four 1st Team All-City honors and three 1st Team All-State...played in the Indiana State High School Championships three times...was the runner-up as a senior in the Grils High School Section Individuals. Personal: Daughter of Ginger McQueen and Daniel Crafton... has an older brother James. Why UE? I chose UE because I like the small fit community and at the same time they still compete on a Division 1 level. My coach is also a reason why I came here to help advance the development of the Womens Golf program here.


High School: Three-time Varsity letterwinner for golf...qualified for the Missouri State Golf Tournament as a junior and senior...won four letters in swimming and soccer, participated in the Missouri State Swimming Meet each year from 2009 through 2012...Academic Platinum Renaissance winner in all 8 semesters (4.0 GPA or higher)...was a member of the National Honor Society as a junior and senior...was the recipient of three scholarships before becomming the first female athlete to receive the 2012 Physical Fitness Award from her high school. Personal: Rachel Patricia Marchi...oldest of four children of Mike and Karen Marchi...expects to major in Exercise Science with a minor in Business. Why UE? The second I stepped onto campus I could tell this was where I belonged. I knew that the small school atmosphere would allow me to be able strive both academically and athletically.


One of the state’s most respected teaching pros, Jim Hamilton has brought energy and success to the University of Evansville men’s and women’s golf programs since his arrival in 2002. Not surprisingly, Hamilton was chosen in 2006 by the Indiana PGA as one of the state’s top 10 golf instructors. A certified PGA Professional, and former co-owner of Hamilton Golf Course in Evansville, Jim has carried on the Hamilton name that is synonymous with golf. He is the son of legendary Bob Hamilton, Ryder Cup team member and champion of the 1944 PGA Championship. Jim is an outstanding golfer himself, having won the Evansville city tourney twice, the Tri-State Junior Championship three times, and the Indiana Junior Championship once. Jim was a founder of the Evansville Junior Golf Association. Hamilton’s teaching skills are reflected in the teams he coaches at UE. The Aces’ men rose in the Missouri Valley Conference Championship standings from eighth to seventh to fifth in Hamilton’s first three years. In the fall of 2010, his men’s team won both the Butler Fall Invitational and the Dayton Invitational. In 2012, the UE men earned their third Golf Coaches Association of America honor for their academic performance. His team posted a 3.416 GPA and was just one of 79 DI programs to earn the honor. Aside from the team honors, two of his players earned a pair of academic honors as Michael Sainz and Griffin Wood earned MVC Scholar-Athlete honors while being named Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars. The women’s team has produced its top three MVC finishes under Hamilton’s direction, and recently earned the All-Scholar Team award from the National Golf Coaches Association. In addition, Maggie Wood in 2011 was chosen as the Dettwiler Scholarship recipient, given annually to one University of Evansville female athlete who possesses the characteristics of team spirit, hard work and leadership that made Meg Dettwiler an important figure in the Evansville community. His leadership has assisted the women’s team in becoming more competitive each and every year. In the spring of 2012, freshman Cathy Doyle notched a pair of individual second-place outings as the Aces also took second on the team side at the Butler Invitational and the Butler Invitational. The team has also done exceptional work on the academic side as they earned Public Recognition Awards from the NCAA for their classwork in each of the last three seasons. “I’m proud of how hard the players on both teams have worked,” Hamilton says. “They have goals, and they know it takes dedication to achieve them. We have built a good foundation that will help us compete for a Missouri Valley Conference championship and an NCAA Tournament bid for both the men’s and women’s teams. You do that by recruiting people who really have a desire to succeed academically and athletically.” Coach Hamilton and his wife, Cinda, have a son, Heath, a 2006 graduate of the University of Evansville.


THE UE WOMEN Paige Crafton

FR

Carmel, Ind.

Cathy Doyle

SO

Indianapolis, Ind.

Dana Hayden

SO

Evansville, Ind.

Kelly Lamarche SO

Chesterfield, Mo.

Rachel Marchi

FR

St. Louis, Mo.

Sydney Skiles

JR

Evansville, Ind.

THE UE MEN Juan Acosta

FR

Quito, Ecuador

Josiah Ashba

SR

Bloomington, Ind.

Sam Cobb

SR

Bedford, Ind.

Parker Hensley JR

San Antonio, Texas

Will Knights

FR

New Lenox, Ill.

A.J. Naas

SO

Evansville, Ind.

Craig Niemeier JR

Evansville, Ind.

David Schroeder FR

Mount Carmel, Ill.

Alex Turner

FR

Evansville, Ind.

Quinn Vilneff

JR

Amherstburg, Ontario

Rick Voyvodic

FR

Windsor, Ontario


Career Rounds: 14 Strokes: 1101 Scoring Avg: 78.64 Low Round: 71 (10-12-10) Spring 2012: Saw action at the Butler Invitational, notching rounds of 89 and 82 to place 68th. 2010-11: Finished 7th on the squad with a 78.19 season average...played in two fall tournaments, finishing 42nd of 82 at Butler (72-79-77=228) and 25th of 81 at Skyhawk Classic (73-75-71=219)....one of only three players among those who competed in six rounds or more in the fall to shoot in the 70s each round...played in two spring tournaments, finishing 76th at both Butler Invitational and Yestingsmeier Invitational. 2009-10: Played in one tournament, shooting 84, 79 and 78 at the Skyhawk Classic, to finish 79th in a field of 87. High School: Helped lead Edgewood to three straight Western Indiana Conference championships, and the sectional title in 2009...shot a 9-hole low of 32, and 18-hole low of 66...three-year letterman for coach Jeff Carmichael’s Mustangs. Background: Josiah Luke Ashba...born July 18, 1990 in Bloomington, Ind... son of Marcus and Meg Ashba...has three brothers and two sisters...majoring in management. Why UE? “It’s a great university and I can play golf for a great coach.”


Career Rounds: 28 Strokes: 2245 Scoring Avg: 80.18 Low Round: 70 (3-13-12) Spring 2012: Completed the season with an 80.80 average, posted an 82.17 avg. in 12 rounds in the spring...posted the top round of his career with a 1-under 70 in the second and final round of the Don Benbow Invitational...finished that event in a tie for 38th place helping the Aces tied for 3rd overall...tied for 59th at the Butler Invitational (82-81). Fall 2011: Saw action in eight rounds with top round of 75 coming at UK Bluegrass Invitational, finished with a 231 at the event, shot in the 70’s in six out of eight rounds. 2010-11: Played in two spring tournaments, finishing 59th at Samford (79-76=155) and 77th at Hoosier Invitational (85-83-80=248). 2009-10: Played in one tournament, shooting 75, 73 and 78 at the TSU Big Blue Intercollegiate to finish tied for 56th in a field of 90. High School: Three-time all-Hoosier Hills Conference selection...conference tourney medalist in 2008, state qualifier in 2007...team won 2008 HHC title and 2007 sectional. Background: Samuel Graham Cobb...born April 8, 1991 in Bedford, Indiana...son of Ed and Kelly Cobb, and stepmother JoAnna Cobb...has one younger brother, Mac...mother played basketball at IUPUI...outstanding student who was chosen in summer of 2009 as a National Merit Scholar...outstanding student, majoring in economics. Why UE? “The combination of academic and athletic opportunity was better at UE than anywhere else I could have attended.”


Rounds: 44 Strokes: 3713 Scoring Avg: 84.39 Low Round: 76 (10-19-10, 10-4-11) Spring 2012: Completed her sophomore season with the second-best average on the team with an 82.48...was third for UE in the spring, averaging 83.10 strokes each round...all ten rounds were an 87 or lower...posted a solid 167 (80-87) in the Don Benbow Invitational to lead UE...placed 19th at Butler with a 173 (87-86) to help the Aces finish second...notched an 82 at the IU Invitational to tie for 57th...led Evansville at the MVC Championship with a 240 (81-80-79) to tie for 30th place. Fall 2011: Notched the lowest average of the season for UE (81.91)...wrapped up four rounds in the 70’s with 10 out of 11 in the 80’s...finished in a tie for 20th at Butler Invitational with a 17-over 155 (79-76) for lowest round of the season...shot a 160 (81-79) at APSU Invitational...wrapped up the fall with a 19-over 157 (77-80) at UD Invitational. 2010-11: Played in all 23 rounds in 2010-11...averaged 86.25 in the fall and 86.0 in the spring for an 86.13 stroke average for entire freshman season...ranked #3 on the team...best finish in the fall was 18th out of 56 at Dayton Invitational (83-76=159)...low round was 76 at Dayton...finished 15th of 54 at BSC Ann Rhoads Invitational (89-79=168) and 26th of 55 at Butler Spring Invitational (89-83=172) for top spring finishes. High School: Three-time all-city and three-time all-Southern Indiana Athletic Conference standout for the Tigers, coached by former UE golfer Jenny Effinger...state qualifier each of her four years...led Memorial to four straight team appearances in state finals...SIAC Tournament runnerup...shot 34 and 74 for her low 9- and 18-hole rounds. Personal: Sydney Lynn Skiles...born Dec. 26, 1991 in Evansville...daughter of Zane and Lisa Skiles...expects to major in business. Why UE?: “UE has great academics along with a highly respected golf coach and program.”


Career Rounds: 12 Strokes: 938 Scoring Avg: 78.17 Low Round: 74 (10-5-10) Spring 2012: Saw action in the Don Benbow Invitational, finishing with rounds of 87 and 82 on his way to a 71st-place outing. 2010-11: Produced the fourth best stroke average on the team as a freshman, at 76.90... played in two of UE’s four fall tournaments, and averaged 76.50 in the fall...51st at Butler Invitational (78-79-74=231) and 57th at Skyhawk Classic (76-75-77=228)...one of only three players who played six rounds or more in the fall and shot in the 70s each round...averaged 77.50 in four rounds in the spring...finished 29th in a field of 90 at AT&T Intercollegiate (77-80=157) and 47th out of 92 at Samford Intercollegiate (77-76=153). High School: All-Southern Indiana Athletic Conference golfer at Evansville Mater Dei High School...Mater Dei’s Kiwanis Award winner for athletic and academic achievement... dropped his average from 39 as a junior to 36 as a senior...shot 69 in first round of men’s city tournament at Fendrich Golf Course in 2009. Background: Craig Richard Niemeier...born May 5, 1992 in Evansville...son of Daniel and Laura Niemeier...has two older brothers, Andrew and Brad...expects to major in accounting. Why UE? “UE is a great academic school and has a great golf coach.”


Rounds: 37 Strokes: 2807 Scoring Avg: 75.86 Low Round: 67 (10-24-11) (Combined stats) Spring 2012: Completed his first season at UE with the third best average, 75.93... struggled a bit in the spring, after posting rounds in the 70’s in 13-of-14 fall rounds, did so in nine out of 15 in the spring...finished the second round of the Samford Intercollegiate with a 1-under 71 en route to a tie for 66th place...top effort of the spring came in the first round of the NYX Hoosier Invitational where his 3-under 68, coupled with later rounds of 75 and 73, helped him tie for 15th out of 83 golfers...completed the Battle of the Warren with a 175, tying for 27th place...finished the year at the MVC Championship, finishing in a tie for 21st with a 230 (73-77-80). Fall 2011: Began UE career by wrapping up the fall with the third-best average (74.57)...came out of the gate strong in first tournament, tying for 18th at the Fossum Invitational (76-71-76)..notched a 13th-place finish at Butler Invitational (74-69-74) by finishing with a +1 217...at UD Invitational, picked up his first top ten finish at UE by tying for eighth with a 2-over 146 shooting a pair of 73’s...at SIUE, shot lowest score of 67 in opening round before tying for 11th place (6777-82). 2010-11: Niagara University Student-Athlete of the Week Sept. 21 after leading the Purple Eagles in all four fall tournaments...medalist at the 26-player Little 3 Championship vs. Canisius and St. Bonaventure...also had a top 10 finish (9th) at Colgate Invitational with rounds of 75 and 78...left Niagara following the first semester...announced in April that he would resume his collegiate career at UE for the 2011-12 season. High School: Ranked ninth in the Ontario junior golf standings in 2010... earned the WESPY Award as the Windsor Essex County Sports Person of the Year in golf...tied for third in a field of 161 golfers at the 2010 Optimist International, shooting rounds of 67, 75, 72 and 73 at PGA National Golf Club...earned four letters in golf and three in hockey during his high school career. Background: Quinn Francis Vilneff...born Oct. 8, 1991 in Windsor, Ontario...son of Derek and Lori Vilneff...mother is a professional figure skating coach...has one older sister, Cassia...all-Ontario Scholar...academic major at UE is undeclared. Why UE? “UE has a great golf team/golf coach and terrific academics. The climate is warmer than Canada and will allow me a longer golf season to work on my game.”


High School: Arrived in Evansville with the expectation of playing soccer, however, his passion became golf...has played the sport for two years...still enjoys playing and watching soccer, especially the Ecuador National Team...his home courses include El Condado Quito Tenis and Los Cerros Club de Golf. Background: Has his parents and two older brothers (31 and 33) back home in Ecuador. Why UE? UE has a great program of Sports Management in the EXSS Department. It is a small and good program of D1 athletics. You can know all you staff and have great opportunities related with sports and a close relationship with a D1 program.


High School: was a 3-time Southwest Suburban Red AllConference player while being voted the team MVC on three occasions...won the 2011 Conference championship before taking top honors in four tournaments in his senior campaign. Personal: William Allen Knights...parents are Michael and Lisa Knights...father Michael has been a PGA Professional for 19 years...has a younger brother, Sean...will be majoring in marketing. Why UE? “It allows me the ability to combine a great education with the opportunity to play collegiate golf.�


High School: Lettered 4 years in golf...Member of 2010 IHSA Class 1A state golf championship team... Also lettered 3 years in tennis Background: David William Schroeder...born in Indianapolis, Indiana...Son of Kelly and Lisa Schroeder...Has one brother and two sisters...John, Mary and Anne...Majoring in Business Why UE? Outstanding academic institution and an opportunity to play golf for a Division 1 program


High School: Led Harrison HS to an IHSAA State Golf Championship...was the Evansville city champion as a senior while taking the SIAC Championship as a junior...was named an allstate player twice in high school...All-Conference player twice while being named an All-City golfer on three occasions... played basketball as a junior in high school. Personal: Mother is Delila Harvey, step dad it Tom Harvey... has a brother Dylan who is a basketball manager for Harrison High School. Why UE? “I picked UE because I knew Coach Hamilton pretty well and knew he would be great to play for. It is also a great academic school and it is right here in Evansville, where I have been my whole life.�


High High School: School: Attended Attended Sandwich Sandwich Secondary Secondary School... School...was named Team MVP in junior was named Team MVP in both his both juniorhisand senior and senior seasons. seasons. Personal: Personal: Parents Parents are are Peggy Peggy O’Kane O’Kane and and Bob Bob VoyvodVoyvodic...has one brother, Will. ic...has one brother, Will. Why Why UE? UE? II chose chose UE UE because because it it offers offers exceptional exceptional academics and a chance to play golf in academics and a chance to play golf in aa competicompetitive, tive, tight-knit atmosphere. tight-knit atmosphere.


2011-12 Evansville Women’s Golf Stats Cathy Doyle (5 of 21 rounds in 70s; 16 of 21 round in 80’s or lower; low round - 72) Redbird Invitational 95 84 92 = SIUE Intercollegiate 91 93 = Butler Invitational 75 83 = APSU Invitational 83 79 = UD Invitational 91 83 = Fall Total 435 422 92 =

271 (+55) T91 of 98 184 (+40) T37 of 52 158 (+20) T28 of 61 162 (+18) T53 of 64 174 (+36) 65 of 77 949 (86.27 stroke avg/11 rounds)

Don Benbow Invitational Butler Invitational Belmont Invitational IU Invitational MVC Championships Spring Total

88 81 75 80 78 72 82 86 83 83 409 316 83

= = = = = =

169 (+25) T43 of 84 155 (+13) 2 of 37 150 (+6) T2 of 42 82 (+10) T57 of 87 252 (+36) T41 of 48 808 (80.80 stroke avg/10 rounds)

Season Total

844

=

1757 (83.67 stroke avg/21 rounds)

738

175

Lauren Ellerman (5 of 21 rounds in 70s; 20 of 21 round in 80’s or lower; low round-74) Redbird Invitational 84 87 83 = 254 (+38) T75 of 98 SIUE Intercollegiate 85 86 = 171 (+27) T24 of 52 Butler Invitational 74 79 = 153 (+15) T15 of 61 APSU Invitational 77 79 = 156 (+12) T35 of 64 UD Invitational 84 84 = 168 (+30) T51 of 77 Fall Total 404 415 83 = 902 (82.00 stroke avg/11 rounds)

Don Benbow Invitational Butler Invitational Belmont Invitational IU Invitational MVC Championship Spring Total

90 82 85 83 75 82 80 81 83 85 411 330 85

= = = = = =

172 (+28) 49 of 84 168 (+26) T12 of 37 157 (+13) 12 of 42 80 (+8) T44 of 87 249 (+33) 39 of 48 826 (82.60 stroke avg/10 rounds)

Season Total

815

=

1728 (82.29 stroke avg/21 rounds)

745

168

Dana Hayden (1 of 21 rounds in 70s; 12 of 21 round in 80’s or lower; low round - 79) Redbird Invitational 85 87 84 = SIUE Intercollegiate 94 90 = Butler Invitational 92 87 = APSU Invitational 83 79 = UD Invitational 90 88 = Fall Total 444 428 84 =

256 (+40) T78 of 98 184 (+40) T37 of 52 179 (+41) 60 of 61 162 (+18) T53 of 64 178 (+40) T70 of 77 956 (86.91 stroke avg/11 rounds)

Don Benbow Invitational Butler Invitational Belmont Invitational IU Invitational MVC Championship Spring Total

89 86 95 97 91 83 84 93 84 94 452 350 94

= = = = = =

175 (+31) T56 of 84 192 (+50) 36 of 37 174 (+30) 37 of 42 84 (+12) T69 of 87 271 (+55) 48 of 48 896 (89.60 stroke avg/10 rounds)

Season Total

896

=

1852 (88.19 stroke avg/21 rounds)

778

178


Alyssa Key (5 of 21 rounds in 70s; 19 of 21 round in 80’s or lower; low round - 78) Redbird Invitational 84 83 86 = SIUE Intercollegiate 100 85 = Butler Invitational 81 80 = APSU Invitational 79 78 = UD Invitational 81 84 = Fall Total 425 410 86 =

253 (+37) T72 of 98 185 (+41) T40 of 52 161 (+23) T36 of 61 157 (+13) T40 of 64 165 (+27) T42 of 77 921 (83.73 stroke avg/11 rounds)

Don Benbow Invitational Butler Invitational Belmont Invitational IU Invitational MVC Championship Spring Total

85 96 87 88 81 78 87 79 88 79 419 350 79

= = = = = =

181 (+37) T68 of 84 175 (+33) T21 of 37 159 (+15) 14 of 42 87 (+15) T81 of 87 246 (+30) T37 of 48 848 (84.80 stroke avg/10 rounds)

Season Total

844

=

1769 (84.24 stroke avg/21 rounds)

760

165

Kelly Lamarche (0 of 18 rounds in 70s; 10 of 18 round in 80’s or lower; low round - 81) Redbird Invitational 91 88 93 = 272 (+56) 93 of 98 SIUE Intercollegiate 91 96 = 187 (+43) 43 of 52 Butler Invitational 84 81 = 165 (+27) T44 of 61 APSU Invitational 83 84 = 167 (+23) T58 of 64 UD Invitational 89 89 = 178 (+40) T70 of 77 Fall Total 438 438 93 = 969 (88.09 stroke avg/11 rounds)

Don Benbow Invitational Butler Invitational Belmont Invitational IU Invitational Spring Total

89 99 93 95 91 88 84 357 282

= = = = =

188 (+44) 79 of 84 188 (+46) 34 of 37 179 (+35) 41 of 42 84 (+12) T69 of 87 639 (91.28 stroke avg/7 rounds)

Season Total

795

=

1608 (89.33 stroke avg/18 rounds)

720

93

Sydney Skiles (5 of 21 rounds in 70s; 20 of 21 round in 80’s or lower; low round - 76) Redbird Invitational 84 86 80 = SIUE Intercollegiate 90 89 = Butler Invitational 79 76 = APSU Invitational 81 79 = UD Invitational 77 80 = Fall Total 411 410 80 =

250 (+34) T66 of 98 179 (+35) 36 of 52 155 (+17) T20 of 61 160 (+16) T49 of 64 157 (+19) T14 of 77 901 (81.91 stroke avg/11 rounds)

Don Benbow Invitational Butler Invitational Belmont Invitational IU Invitational MVC Championship Spring Total

80 87 87 86 84 85 82 81 80 79 414 338 79

= = = = = =

167 (+23) T35 of 84 173 (+31) 19 of 37 169 (+25) T31 of 42 82 (+10) T57 of 87 240 (+24) T30 of 48 831 (83.10 stroke avg/10 rounds)

Season Total

825

=

1732 (82.48 stroke avg/21 rounds)

748

159


Chelsea Zusan (0 of 11 rounds in 70s; 5 of 11 round in 80’s or lower; low round - 83) SIUE Intercollegiate 96 93 = Butler Invitational 83 83 = Fall Total 179 176 =

189 (+45) T45 of 52 166 (+28) 48 of 61 355 (88.75 stroke avg/4 rounds)

Don Benbow Invitational Butler Invitational Belmont Invitational IU Invitational Spring Total

86 92 86 94 90 83 91 353 269

= = = = =

178 (+34) T62 of 84 180 (+38) T28 of 37 173 (+29) T35 of 42 91 (+19) 86 of 87 622 (88.86 stroke avg/7 rounds)

Season Total

532

=

977 (88.82 stroke avg/11 rounds)

445

Evansville 2011-12 Results 9/10-11/2011 - Redbird Invitational, Weibring Golf Club, Normall, Ill., Par 72 - 337-340-333=1010 (15/17) 9/26-27/2011 - SIUE Intercollegiate, Sunset Hills CC, Edwardsville, Ill., Par 72 - 360-350=710 (8/8) 10/3-4/2011 - Butler Invitational, Highland Country Club, Indianapolis, Ind., Par 70 - 309-318=627 (7/9) 10/10-11/2011 - APSU Invitational, The Links at Novadell, Hopkinsville, Ky., Par 72 - 320-315=635 (9/10) 10/17-18/2011 - UD Invitational, NCR Country Club, Kettering, Ohio, Par 70 - 332-331=663 (11/13) 3/12-13/2012 - Benbow Invit., Jacksonville Beach Golf Club, Jacksonville, Fla., Par 72 - 342-336=678 (11/14) 3/26-27/2012 - Butler Invitational, Prestwick Country Club, Avon, Ind., Par 71 - 334-337=671 (2/6) 4/2-3/2012 - Belmont Invitational, Old Hickory Country Club, Nashville, Tenn., Par 72 - 318-315=633 (2/7) 4/15/2012 - IU Invitational, Indiana University Golf Course, Bloomington, Ind., Par 72 - 328 (14/15) 4/22-24/2012 - MVC Championships, Country Club of Terre Haute, Terre Haute, Ind., Par 72 327-330-326=983 (9/10)


2011-12 Evansville Men’s Golf Stats Josiah Ashba (0 of 2 rounds in the 70s or lower; low round - 82) Butler Invitational 89 82 Spring Total 89 82

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171 (+27) 68 of 69 171 (85.50 stroke avg/2 rounds)

Sam Cobb (9 of 20 rounds in the 70s or lower; low round - 70) UK Bluegrass Invitational 75 77 79 Butler Invitational 76 78 79 UD Invitational 84 82 Fall Total 235 237 158

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231 (+18) T66 of 87 233 (+17) 38 of 44 166 (+22) T84 of 94 630 (78.75 stroke avg/8 rounds)

Samford Intercollegiate Don Benbow Invitational Butler Invitational NYX Hoosier Invitational Battle of the Warren Spring Total

88 82 82 79 85 416

88 80 70 81 76 87 88 403 167

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256 (+40) 91 of 91 152 (+10) T38 of 73 163 (+19) T59 of 69 242 (+29) 82 of 83 173 (+31) 36 of 36 986 (82.17 stroke avg/12 rounds)

Season Total

651

640

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1616 (80.80 stroke avg/20 rounds)

Parker Hensley (21 of 26 rounds in the 70s or lower; low round - 71) Fossum Invitational 75 84 76 Butler Invitational 71 73 74 UD Invitational 77 78 SIUE Intercollegiate 75 72 83 Fall Total 298 307 233

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235 (+19) T55 of 71 218 (+2) T16 of 44 155 (+11) T42 of 94 230 (+16) T17 of 60 838 (76.18 stroke avg/11 rounds)

Samford Intercollegiate Don Benbow Invitational Butler Invitational NYX Hoosier Invitational Battle of the Warren MVC Championship Spring Total

81 76 79 75 72 75 458

83 77 71 74 71 75 77 80 76 456 228

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241 (+25) T76 of 91 147 (+5) T14 of 73 153 (+11) T20 of 69 221 (+8) T41 of 83 149 (+7) T9 of 36 231 (+21) T23 of 44 1142 (76.13 stroke avg/15 rounds)

Season Total

756

763

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1980 (76.15 stroke avg/26 rounds)

325

461


Andrew Luo (28 of 29 rounds in the 70s or lower; low round - 70) Fossum Invitational 75 78 76 UK Bluegrass Invitational 72 79 78 Butler Invitational 70 75 76 UD Invitational 77 77 SIUE Intercollegiate 78 74 78 Fall Total 372 383 308

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229 (+13) T37 of 71 229 (+16) T53 of 87 221 (+5) T24 of 44 154 (+10) T37 of 94 230 (+16) T17 of 60 1063 (75.93 stroke avg/14 rounds)

Samford Intercollegiate Don Benbow Invitational Butler Invitational NYX Hoosier Invitational Battle of the Warren MVC Championship Spring Total

78 76 79 75 78 72 458

75 86 72 77 75 78 74 70 76 443 240

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239 (+23) T72 of 91 148 (+6) T18 of 73 156 (+12) T31 of 69 228 (+15) T64 of 83 152 (+10) T15 of 36 218 (+8) 2 of 44 1141 (76.07 stroke avg/15 rounds)

Season Total

830

826

548

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2204 (76.00 stroke avg/29 rounds)

Neal Millay (10 of 16 rounds in the 70s or lower; low round - 70) Fossum Invitational 79 75 80 UK Bluegrass Invitational 78 79 83 Butler Invitational 70 73 77 UD Invitational 84 81 SIUE Intercollegiate 71 81 84 Fall Total 382 389 321

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234 (+18) T52 of 71 240 (+27) T80 of 87 220 (+4) T22 of 44 165 (+21) T82 of 94 236 (+22) 32 of 60 1092 (78.00 stroke avg/14 rounds)

Don Benbow Invitational Spring Total

81 81

79 79

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160 (+18) T67 of 73 160 (80.00 stroke avg/2 rounds)

Season Total

463

468

321

=

1252 (78.25 stroke avg/16 rounds)

Craig Niemeier (0 of 2 rounds in the 70s or lower; low round - 82) Don Benbow Invitational 87 82 Spring Total 87 82

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169 (+27) 71 of 73 169 (84.50 stroke avg/2 rounds)


Michael Sainz (27 of 29 rounds in the 70s or lower; low round - 70) Fossum Invitational 74 76 76 UK Bluegrass Invitational 77 75 75 Butler Invitational 70 70 78 UD Invitational 75 70 SIUE Intercollegiate 73 72 78 Fall Total 369 363 307

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226 (+10) 29 of 71 227 (+14) T46 of 87 218 (+2) T16 of 44 145 (+1) T5 of 94 223 (+9) T6 of 60 1039 (74.21 stroke avg/14 rounds)

Samford Intercollegiate Don Benbow Invitational Butler Invitational NYX Hoosier Invitational Battle of the Warren MVC Championship Spring Total

77 71 74 74 77 74 447

78 80 77 76 74 71 77 78 89 460 240

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235 (+19) T53 of 91 148 (+6) T18 of 73 150 (+6) T10 of 69 219 (+8) T30 of 83 154 (+12) T20 of 36 241 (+31) T44 of 44 1147 (76.47 stroke avg/15 rounds)

Season Total

816

823

547

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2186 (75.38 stroke avg/29 rounds)

Quinn Vilneff (22 of 29 rounds in the 70s or lower; low round - 67) Fossum Invitational 76 71 76 UK Bluegrass Invitational 78 76 78 Butler Invitational 74 69 74 UD Invitational 73 73 SIUE Intercollegiate 67 77 82 Fall Total 368 366 310

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223 (+7) T18 of 71 232 (+19) T68 of 87 217 (+1) T13 of 44 146 (+2) T8 of 94 226 (+12) T11 of 60 1044 (74.57 stroke avg/14 rounds)

Samford Intercollegiate Don Benbow Invitational Butler Invitational NYX Hoosier Invitational Battle of the Warren MVC Championship Spring Total

82 82 82 68 79 73 466

71 85 73 80 75 73 78 77 80 454 238

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238 (+22) T66 of 91 155 (+13) T49 of 73 162 (+18) T51 of 69 216 (+3) T15 of 83 157 (+15) T27 of 36 230 (+20) T21 of 44 1158 (77.20 stroke avg/15 rounds)

Season Total

834

820

=

2202 (75.93 stroke avg/29 rounds)

548


Griffin Wood (25 of 29 rounds in the 70s or lower; low round - 66) Fossum Invitational 72 78 68 UK Bluegrass Invitational 81 67 76 Butler Invitational 74 72 66 UD Invitational 76 72 SIUE Intercollegiate 80 81 76 Fall Total 383 370 286

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218 (+2) T3 of 71 224 (+11) T28 of 87 212 (-4) 5 of 44 148 (+4) T13 of 94 237 (+23) T33 of 60 1039 (74.21 stroke avg/14 rounds)

Samford Intercollegiate Don Benbow Invitational Butler Invitational NYX Hoosier Invitational Battle of the Warren MVC Championship Spring Total

75 73 77 69 72 78 444

71 74 77 79 70 72 77 75 80 449 226

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220 (+4) T7 of 91 150 (+8) T26 of 73 156 (+12) T31 of 69 211 (-2) T5 of 83 149 (+7) T9 of 36 233 (+23) T31 of 44 1119 (74.60 stroke avg/15 rounds)

Season Total

827

819

=

2158 (74.41 stroke avg/29 rounds)

512

Evansville 2011-12 Results 9/3-4/2011 - Fossum Invitational, Forest Akers West GC, East Lansing, MI, Par 72 - 296-307-296=899 (T5/12) 9/17-18/2011 - UK Bluegrass Invitational, Big Blue Course, Lexington, KY, Par 71 - 305-297-307=909 (13/15) 10/3-10/4/2011 - Butler Invitational, Highland Country Club, Indianapolis, IN, Par 72 - 284-284-293=861 (4/7) 10/17-18/2011 - UD Invitational, NCR Country Club, Kettering, OH, Par 72 - 301-292=593 (4/16) 10/24-25/2011 - SIUE Invercollegiate, Sunset Hills C.C., Edwardsville, IL, Par 72 - 293-295-314-902 (3/11) 3/5-6/2012 - Samford Intercollegiate, Hoover Country Club, Hoover, AL, Par 72 - 311-295-316=922 (12/17) 3/12-13/2012 - Don Benbow Invit, Jacksonville Beach Golf Club, Jacksonville, FL, Par 71 - 296-293=589 (T3/13) 3/26-27/2012 - Butler Invitational, Prestwick Country Club, Avon, Ind., Par 72 - 309-306=615 (8/10) 4/7-8/2012 - NYX Hoosier Invitational, IU Golf Course, Bloomington, Ind., Par 71 - 286-290-291=867 (5/16) 4/22/2012 - Battle of the Warren, Warren Golf Course, South Bend, Ind., Par 71 - 299-305=604 (4/5) 4/30-5/1-2012 - State Farm MVC Championship, Prairie Dunes Country Club, Hutchinson, Kan., Par 70 294-300-312=906 (6/9)


Women’s records are since 1996 when sport was reinstated. Men’s Lowest Career Average (min. 75 rounds; records are since 1990) 1. Kyle Reddington 74.87 2004-08 112 rounds / 8,385 strokes 2. Griffin Wood 75.00 2008-12 107 rounds / 8,025 strokes 3. Michael Sainz 75.13 2008-12 106 rounds / 7,964 strokes 4. Matt Hunsaker 75.62 2005-09 94 rounds / 7,108 strokes 5. Andrew Luo 76.07 2008-12 89 rounds / 6,770 strokes 6. Christian Poling 76.14 2007-10 83 rounds / 6,320 strokes 7. Eric Steinback 76.27 1998-02 105 rounds / 8,008 strokes

Women’s Lowest Career Average (min. 70 rounds; records are since 1996) 1. Crissy Higgins 80.49 2005-08 72 rounds / 5,795 strokes 2. Maggie Wood 81.41 2007-11 90 rounds / 7,327 strokes 3. Andrea Werner 81.96 1999-03 93 rounds / 7,622 strokes 4. Lauren Ellerman 82.03 2008-12 90 rounds / 7,383 strokes 5. Vandi Gooch 83.04 2005-09 83 rounds / 6,892 strokes 6. Helen Cuffe 83.32 2005-08 76 rounds / 6,332 strokes

Tournaments Won Since 1990 2010 Dayton Flyer Invitational (men) - Michael Sainz/Parker Hensley tie 5th 2010 Butler Invitational (men) - Michael Sainz medalist as UE team wins 2010 BSU Cardinal Collegiate (men) - Michael Sainz 4th out of 84 2008 Butler Invitational (men) - Kyle Reddington medalist in 57-player fi eld 2008 North/South Intercollegiate (women) - Katie Schoener 2nd out of 68 2005 Greg Palmer Eagle Classic (men) - Chris Bouchard 4th out of 48 2001 Drury Invitational (men) - Eric Steinback, Brian Kolheimer top 10 2001 Billiken Invitational (men) - Eric Steinback medalist in fi eld of 80 1994 Butler Invitational (men) - Brent Miller’s 73 leads UE to victory 1993 Southern Indiana Invitational (men) - Aces top ten-team fi eld 1992 Southern Indiana Invitational (men) - Troy Zollars’ 74 leads UE

UE ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME Four members of the University of Evansville Athletics Hall of Fame are golfers. The trio and their induction year include:

Tournament Medalists Since 1990 Michael Sainz 2010 Butler Invitational Maggie Wood 2010 Ann Rhoads/BSC Kyle Reddington 2008 Butler Invitational Andrea Werner 2003 Lady Herd Classic Andrea Werner 2001 Lady Aces Invit. Eric Steinback 2001 Biliken Invitational Brent Miller 1995 Davis & Elkins Invit. Brent Miller 1994 Brescia Invitational Troy Zollars 1993 Brescia Invitational Grant Skelton 1991 Indianapolis Invit.

2012: Andrea Werner 2007: Jeff Howerton 1990: John Vernasco 1987: Bob Walther Lowest Rounds Since 1990 Men 64*% - Chris Bouchard (2007) 66 - Griffin Wood (2011), Michael Sainz (2 in 2010), Michael Daum (2007), Shawn Marshall (2004), Jason Reddington (2002) 67 - Quinn Vilneff (2012), Griffin Wood (2011), Parker Hensley (2010), Michael Sainz (2010), Kyle Reddington (2004), Brian Kohlmeier (2002) 68 - Andrew Luo (2011), Griffin Wood (2011), Neal Millay (2008), Matt Hunsaker (2008), Kyle Reddington (2006), Jason Reddington (2000), Eric Steinback (1998) % - lowest sub-par total (-7) in UE history Women 68* - Crissy Higgins (2008) 71 - Andrea Werner (2002) 72 - Cathy Doyle (2012), Lauren Ellerman (2011), Vandi Gooch (2008), Katie Shoener (2008) 73 - nine players on 11 occasions * - All-time official school record


U.S. Amateur Championship Qualifiers Andrew Luo, 2012 (CommonGround GC, Aurora, Colo.) Griffin Wood, 2012 (US Public Links Qualifier) Spencer Christian, 2006 (Hazeltine GC, Chaska, Minn.) Chris Bouchard, 2005 (Merion GC, Ardmore, Pa.) Conference Team Champs 1986 (Midwestern Collegiate Conf.) 1983 (Indiana Collegiate Conf.) 1981 (Indiana Collegiate Conf.) 1980 (Indiana Collegiate Conf.) 1978 (Indiana Collegiate Conf.) Conference Individual Champions Tom Nelson 1986 (MCC) John Vernasco 1984 (ICC) Jeff Howerton 1982 (ICC) Jeff Howerton 1981 (ICC) Eric Olinger/P. Norris 1978 (ICC) Conference Coach of the Year Larry Lawrence 1986 (MCC) Larry Lawrence 1983 (ICC) Larry Lawrence 1981 (ICC) Chuck Stewart 1980 (ICC) Arad McCutehan 1978 (ICC) Conference Most Valuable Golfer John Vernasco 1984 (ICC) Jeff Howerton 1982 (ICC) Jeff Howerton 1981 (ICC) Eric Olinger 1978 (ICC) Bob Walther 1969 (ICC) First Team All-Conference Men: Andrew Luo 2012 (MVC) Chris Bouchard 2005 (MVC) Jason Reddington 2022 (MVC) Mike Birkenfeld 2002 (MVC) Steve Kovaleski 1992 (MCC) Pat Brandenburg 1988 (MCC) Mike Limback 1987 (MCC) Tom Nelson 1986 (MCC) Mike Limback 1986 (MCC) Wes Noble 1986 (MCC) Jay Altmeyer 1985 (MCC)

Jeff Howerton 1981 (MCC) Women: Andrea Werner 2003 (MVC) Academic Honors (National,Regional) Michael Sainz Cleveland Golf All-America 2012 Griffin Wood Cleveland Golf All-America 2012 Maggie Wood NGCA All-America 2011 Michael Sainz Cleveland Golf All-America 2011 Griffin Wood Cleveland Golf All-America 2011 Matt Hunsaker Cleveland Golf All-America 2008 Chris Bouchard Cleveland Golf All-America 2007 Chris Bouchard Cleveland Golf All-America 2006 Trent Tormoehlen District V At-Large Team 2001 Brent Miller All-America 3rd Team 1997 Brent Miller All-America 2nd Team 1996 MVC Scholar-Athlete First Team Men: Griffin Wood 1st Team - 2012 Michael Sainz Honorable Mention - 2012 Griffin Wood 1st Team - 2011 Michael Sainz Honorable Mention - 2011 Griffin Wood Honorable Mention - 2010 Matt Hunsaker 1st Team - 2009 Matt Hunsaker 1st Team - 2008 Chris Bouchard 1st Team - 2007 Matt Hunsaker 1st Team - 2007 Alex Kopko 1st Team - 2006 Chris Bouchard 1st Team - 2006 Chris Bouchard 1st Team - 2005 Trent Tormoehlen 1st Team - 2002 Trent Tormoehlen 1st Team - 2001 Trent Tormoehlen 1st Team - 2000 Brent Miller 1st Team - 1997 Brent Miller 1st Team - 1996 Brent Miller 1st Team - 1995

Women: Maggie Wood 1st Team - 2011 Maggie Wood 1st Team - 2010 Andrea Werner 1st Team - 2003 MVC Golfers of the Week Men: Michael Sainz 10/6/10 Michael Sainz 3/31/10 Kyle Reddington 3/26/08 Matt Hunsaker 10/17/07 Christian Poling 10/17/07 Michael Daum 4/11/07 Michael Daum 10/4/06 Aaron Zander 11/2/05 Kyle Reddington 2/25/05 Shawn Marshall 9/29/04 Paul Gadient 10/29/03 Brian Kohlmeier 4/2/03 Eric Steinback 4/19/01 Eric Steinback 3/29/00 Eric Steinback 10/28/98 Brent Miller 10/31/95 Brent Miller 4/25/95 Brent Miller 10/18/94 Women: Maggie Wood 9/9/10 Maggie Wood 2/24/10 Vandi Gooch 9/10/08 Crissy Higgins 3/11/08 Vandi Gooch 10/24/07 Ann Boarman 10/22/03 Andrea Werner 4/4/03 Andrea Werner 3/20/03 Andrea Werner 10/2/02 Andrea Werner 9/18/02 Andrea Werner 3/26/02 Jenny Effi nger 10/24/00


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