Page 1

Sep.

6-7 26-28

Oct.

at Maryland Intercollegiate (Cambridge, MD) at Mason Rudolph Inter. (Nashville, TN)

6-7

at ND Gridiron Golf Classic (South Bend, IN)

13-14

at Duke Individual Collegiate (Durham, NC)

20-21

at Georgetown Intercollegiate (Beallsville, MD)

27-28

UNCG BRIDGESTONE GOLF COLLEGIATE (FOREST OAKS, NC)

Feb.

23-24

at Rio Pinar Invitational (Orlando, FL)

Mar.

9-11

at Palmas Del Mar Inter/ (Puerto Rico)

Apr.

15-17

at Pinehurst Intercollegiate (Pinehurst, NC)

28-29

at Lacrosse Homes Coll. (Grasonville, MD)

6-7 19-21

at Bank of America Inter. (Madison, MS) at Southern Conference Championship (Columbia, SC)

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Name

Yr.

Ht.

Hometown (High School/Previous School)

Will Almand

Fr.

5-11

Cary, NC (Green Hope HS)

Location ................................................................. Greensboro, NC Founded ................................................................................. 1891 Enrollment ............................................17,467 (13,453 undergrad) Nickname ......................................................................... Spartans Colors................................................................ Gold, White & Navy Conference ....................................Southern Conference (12th year) Chancellor ............................................................Dr. Linda P. Brady Director of Athletics ................................................. Nelson E. Bobb Athletics Dept. Phone...............................................336-334-5952 Sports Information Director (Golf SID) .................... Mike Hirschman Email .............................................................mwhirsch@uncg.edu Cell Phone..............................................................336-202-5331 Asst. SID ...........................................................................Phil Perry Email ................................................................pdperry@uncg.edu Cell Phone..............................................................336-207-2383 Asst. SID ...................................................................David Percival Email ............................................................... drperciv@uncg.edu Cell Phone..............................................................336-420-7518 SID Office Phone // Fax ..............336-334-5615 // 336-334-3182 SID Office Address ................................................... UNCG Athletics ................................................................................. PO Box 26168 ...........................................................Greensboro, NC 27402-6168 Website ......................................................www.uncgspartans.com Head Coach ...........................................................Terrance Stewart Alma Mater ....................................................... Lenoir-Rhyne, 1994 Email .................................................................tcstewar@uncg.edu Assistant Coach .................................................... Dr. Bob Christina Men’s Golf Office Phone ...........................................336-334-3122

Will Bowman

Jr.

6-0

Greensboro, NC (Forsyth Country Day)

Brad Cline

So.

5-8

Thomasville, NC (East Davidson HS)

Darragh Coghlan

So.

5-8

Dublin, Ireland (Portmarnock Community School)

Ryan Heisey

Sr.

5-9

New Bern, NC (New Bern)

David Heyen

Sr.

6-2

New London, NC (Graystone Day School)

Dickon Housman

Fr.

6-0

Raveningham, Norfolk, England (home school)

John Isenhour

So.

6-0

Hickory, NC (Hickory)

Kyle Sonday

So.

5-9

Cary, NC (Green Hope HS)

Drew Younts

Jr.

5-8

Stokesdale, NC (Northwest Guilford HS)


Terrance Head Coach Eighth Season Lenoir Rhyne ‘94

Terrance Stewart enters his eighth season as the head men’s golf coach at UNC Greensboro. Stewart was named to his post on August 15, 2001. Each of the last three seasons, Stewart has had a player finish in the Top 5 individually at the Southern Conference Championship. In 2007-08, it was Nathan Stamey finishing second at the conference championship, which was good enough to make him the first Spartan in the Division I era to make it as an individual to the NCAA Tournament. Stamey was the first since Todd Jackson in 1981 - who made it when the Spartans were competing at the Division III level. The Spartans finished tied for fourth at the Southern Conference Championship, improving on place from the season before. That was also one of three times the Spartans finished in the Top 5 in the team standings during the 2008-09 campaign. In 2006-07, the Spartans finished fifth in the Southern Conference Championships. The team was led by senior J.D. Bass who won the men’s individual championship. UNCG captured the title at the 2006 Sam Hall Intercollegiate ending with a six under par. With a 845 54-hole total, the Spartans set a new school-record and just missed another record in best team round with 278. Following the win, the Spartans were named Golfweek’s National Men’s Collegiate Team of the Week. As a team, UNCG also finished second at both the Cavalier Classic (892) and the Mission Inn Collegiate Invite (874). In his fifth season at UNCG, Stewart helped the Spartans to seven top-10 finishes including three top-five finishes in 2005-06. UNCG placed seventh at the Southern Conference Championships and were led by sophomore Nathan Stamey’s fourth place finish, which earned him second team all-conference honors. The Spartans captured a season best fourth place finish at the Orange County National led by Stamey and senior Jake Lowder, who both finished in the top 20. Stewart also guided his Spartans to a pair of fifth place finishes at the Tunica National Intercollegiate and the Pinehurst Intercollegiate. In 2004-05, UNCG placed fourth at the SoCon Championships, while junior Jake Lowder and sophomore J.D. Bass were each named to the SoCon all-conference team for their efforts during the course of the season. Led by freshman Nathan Stamey’s first place f inish in the opening match of the season, the Spartans took home second place honors at the Mid Pines Intercollegiate. In a second tourney hosted by UNCG, the Spartans picked up a third place finish at the Forest Oaks Intercollegiate in the final tournament of the regular season. Sandwiched in between, Stewart watched as the Spartans posted top five finishes, including a second place finish at

the 49er Collegiate Classic, in five of their other seven regular season tournaments. The 2003-04 campaign was a breakthrough season as the Spartans posted a tie for second at the SoCon Championships, which represented the best finish in school history. In March of 2004, the Spartans claimed top honors at the Winthrop-Waterford Invitational in Rock Hill, SC. The tournament crown for the Spartans was their first since the 19992000 season when UNCG took top honors at the Southern California Intercollegiate. Andy Bare and J.D. Bass each took home medalist honors in two tournaments. Bare finished the season with a 73.68 scoring average, third-best in the SoCon and was named first team All-SoCon for the second consecutive season. Nick Baker, who finished second on the team with a 73.71 stroke average, was named second team All-SoCon. In his second season, Stewart guided the Spartan squad to a fifth place finish in the 2003 SoCon Championship, at the time, the program’s best in its six year history in the Southern Conference. In his first season at UNCG, Stewart led a very young Spartan squad to a seventh place finish at the 2002 SoCon Tournament. The Spartans’ top three performers were all freshmen. Stewart came to UNCG after a five-year stint at his alma mater, Lenoir-Rhyne College. Stewart served as head coach for both the men’s and women’s golf teams. In that time, Stewart was named the 2001 South Atlantic Conference Women’s Coach of the Year and the 1999 South Atlantic Men’s Coach of the Year. He led the Bears women’s squad to the 2000 and 2001 NCAA Division II National Championships.Stewart led the men’s team to the 1999, 2000 and 2001 Catawba Valley/Lenoir-Rhyne Cup. He also created the Billy Joe Patton Intercollegiate that began in 1997, as well as the Bay Medical Intercollegiate that began in 2000. In his five years at Lenoir-Rhyne, four players were named all-conference.


Dr. Bob Assistant Coach First Season Ithaca College ‘62

Dr. Bob Christina, a nationally reknowned golf researcher, joins the UNCG men’s golf coaching staff this season as an assistant coach. Christina, dean emeritus of the School of Health and Human Performance at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, is a nationally recognized expert in exercise and sport science. He has authored and co-authored more than 100 scientific and professional publications and three books. He has given 174 scholarly presentations in the United States and abroad, and he has served on the National Research Council Committee of the National Academy of Sciences. During his tenure at UNCG, he also served as a professor in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science. He holds a bachelor’s from Ithaca College and a masters and Ph.D. from the University of Maryland. He is also a nationally recognized golf expert and serves as a consultant for Pinehurst Golf Advantage School, Golf Magazine, Frankly Golf Co., the PGA of America and the LPGA Teaching Division. He has been quoted in numerous national journals, including The Wall Street Journal, Golf Magazine, Golf Digest and Golf World Business. He has appeared on NBC, CNN and the Golf Channel. “Obviously, to have someone of Dr. Christina’s knowledge and ability join our staff is phenomenal,” said Stewart, who enters his eighth season at UNCG. “He has instructional tapes endorsed by the PGA and done an enormous amount of technical research in the game. He will be a great asset to our program.” Dr. Christina taught health and physical education and coached at the high school and college levels from 1962-72. While a coach at SUNY-Brockport in 1972, he was named Baseball Coach of the Year by the SUNY Athletic Conference. After 17 years as a professor of Exercise and Sport Science at Penn State University, he became chair of the Department of Physical Therapy and Exercise Science at SUNY-Buffalo. In 1992, he became dean of the School of Health and Human Performance at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, a position he held until his retirement in 2001. A 1962 graduate of Ithaca College, and a native of Auburn, New York, Bob now lives in Greensboro, North Carolina, with his wife, Barbara. They have three children: Bob, Lynn and Lori, and five grandsons: Dawson, Parker, Daniel, Michael, and Braden.


David Senior New London, NC Graystone Day School

At UNCG JUNIOR SEASON (2007-08): Played in five tournaments during his junior season, four of those appearances in the regular line-up... shot a season-low 70 at the O’Briant Memorial to help him to a seventhplace finish.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2006-07): Heyen finished tied for 15th at the Cowboy Classic with a three-round score of 226 (8076-70)...at the Mid Pines Intercollegiate, shot a 70 in the first round for his season-best 18 and carded a 219 three-round total for his season-low 54.

CAREER RESULTS 2005-06 TOURNAMENT Mid Pines Intercollegiate Johnny Palmer/Old North Bridgestone Intercollegiate

AMATEUR: Tied for first in the 2006 North Carolina Amateur qualifier and earned a spot at the 2006 North Carolina Amateur Championship…finished runner-up at the Keith Hills (69/73) and J.M. Bryan (70/68) Amateur championships...earned Academic All-Conference honors.

t-31 t-70 t-50 t-57 t-40 t-15 t-84 t-15

2007-08 80-79-82=241 74-70=144 77 78-78-72=228 74-82-79=235

78 t-7 t-66 t-63 t-58

Inverness Intercollegiate O’Briant Memorial (ind) Mason Rudolph UNCG Bridgestone Cleveland Golf Palmettto

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Graystone Day School in Misenheimer, NC...placed third at the 1-A state championship as a junior...qualified for regional play three straight years... named an All-Rocky River Conference honoree as a freshman...won three events run by the Eastern Junior Golf Association...won the 2003 Tar Heel Junior Open with rounds of 71 and 68...ranked No. 6 in the class of 2005 in North Carolina...ranked No. 9 overall by the Carolinas Golf Association...coached by Jack Embree.

PERSONAL: David Christopher Heyen...son of Guenter and Irmtrud Heyen...born on December 4, 1986 in Germany...majoring in business administration.

David Heyen’s Career Statistics Victories: 0 Top-10 Finishes: 2 Low 18-Hole Score: 70 Season 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

Tournaments 3 8 5 16

Top-5 Finishes: 0 Top-20 Finishes: 3 Low 54-Hole Score: 219 Rounds 8 24 12 44

Strokes 618 1811 925 3354

PLACE t-86 8 t64

2006-07 Mid Pines Intercollegiate 70-74-75=219 Mattaponi Springs Shootout 79-80-72=231 Memphis Intercollegiate 74-74-78=226 Coca-Cola Duke Classic 79-78-72=229 Mission Inn Collegiate Invite 76-76-74=226 Pinehurst Intercollegiate 73-74-75=222 Furman Intercollegiate 73-84-74=232 Cavalier Classic 80-76-70=226

FRESHMAN SEASON (2005-06): Finished his first season at UNCG fifth on the team with a 77.25 scoring average... competed in three tournaments...carded a career-low three-round total of 221 (75-7274) at the Johnny Palmer/Old North State Tournament to finish eighth...shot a career-low 72 in the second round at the Johnny Palmer tournament...finished tied for 86th at his first collegiate tournament at the Mid Pines Intercollegiate.

SCORES 76-75-79=230 75-72-74=221 78-89=167 (64)

Avg. 77,25 75.46 77.08 76.23


Ryan Junior (R) New Bern, NC New Bern HS

At UNCG REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE SEASON (2007-08) Played in three events in 2007-2008, two of them in the regular line-up... carded his lowest round of the season (73) while playing as an individual at the O’Briant Memorial... finished tied for 16th at the O’Briant Memorial for his second collegiate Top 20 finish.

CAREER RESULTS 2005-06 TOURNAMENT Mid Pines Intercollegiate Johnny Palmer/Old North VCU/Mattaponi Springs Coca-Cola Duke Classic Tunica National Rice Intercollegiate Bridgestone Intercollegiate Cavalier Classic

SCORES 79-74-72=225 72-70-70=212 75-71-75=221 77-71-73=221 78-79-79=236 83-79-77=239 78-74=152 79-79-77=235

PLACE t-73 1 t-38 t-37 t-42 t-66 t-32 43

2006-07

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2006-07):

sat out redshirt season

Redshirted his sophomore season due to an injury.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2005-06): Competed in eight tournaments in his first year for UNC Greensboro...finished fourth on the team with a 75.70 scoring average...shot a 225 in his first collegiate tournament at the Mid Pines Intercollegiate...won his first collegiate tournament at the Johnny Palmer/ Old North State tournament after shooting a career-best 212 (72-70-70)...tied for 37th at the Coca-Cola Duke Golf Classic shooting a 221 (77-71-73)...carded a career-low round of 70 in the second and third rounds of the Johnny Palmer tournament.

2007-08 Wolf Run Intercollegiate 75-82-83-240 O’Briant Memorial (ind) 74-73=147 UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate 85-74-74=233

AMATEUR:

In 2006, finished twenty-first at the State Amateur Tournament...placed fifth at the Bryan Amateur…2006 and 2007 North South Amateur qualifier.

HIGH SCHOOL:

Reigning three-time Big East Conference Player of the Year...led New Bern to three straight conference team championships...finished seventh as a freshman in the 4-A state championship and placed 12th as a sophomore...named a 2003 Future Collegians World Tour honorable mention All-American after finishing sixth out of 172 competitors at the FCWT National Championship in 2003...garnered medalist honors at the FCWT event in the 16-19 age division as a 15-year old with a three-round total of 217...won the FCWT event, The Mission Inn Masters at Howey-in-the-Hills, FL in March 2002...finished third at the 2004 American Junior Golf Association Randall Parker Shootout at Fieldstone Gold Club...coached by Dutch Overton.

PERSONAL:

Ryan Michael Heisey...son of Jim and Kathy Heisey...born on May 31, 1987 in Lancaster, PA...majoring in recreation and parks management.

Ryan Heisey’s Career Statistics Victories: 1 Top-10 Finishes: 1 Low 18-Hole Score: 70 Season 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

Tournaments 8 3 11

Top-5 Finishes: 1 Top-20 Finishes: 2 Low 54-Hole Score: 212 Rounds 23 Redshirt season 8 31

Strokes 1741

Avg. 75.70

620 2361

77.50 76.16

t-73 t-16 T-74


Will

CAREER RESULTS

Junior Greensboro, NC Forsyth Country Day

At UNCG SOPHOMORE SEASON (2007-08): UNCG’s No. 3 scorer in his sophomore season... started all 12 tournaments, recording three Top 20 finishes and one Top 10 (PInehurst Intercollegiate, finishing 10th)... carded his season-low of 70 in the final round of the Coca-Cola Duke Classic, helping him to a career-low 54-hole total of 219.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2006-07): Competed individually at the Sam H. Hall Intercollegiate where he tied for 24th place with a three-round score of 216 (76-68-72)...also took part in the Mid Pines Intercollegiate (t49th/221), Mattaponi Springs Shootout (t76th/238), Memphis Intercollegiate (t89, 238), Pinehurst Intercollegiate presented by Gatorade (91st, 247), Furman Intercollegiate (t95th, 234), and the Cavalier Classic (52nd, 247).

AMATEUR: Won the AJGA Ringold Junior Classic qualifier and finished third at the AJGA’s Hargray Junior in Hilton Head, SC...also finished in ninth place twice at the North Carolina Junior Championship...qualified for the North South Amateur which took place at the Pinehurst Resort...played in the 2006 Palmetto Amateur and finished tied for 55th in the four-round event at the Palmetto Golf Club in Aiken, SC.

2006-07 TOURNAMENT SCORES Mid Pines Intercollegiate 74-73-73=221 Mattaponi Springs Shootout 76-80-82=238 Memphis Intercollegiate 84-76-78=238 Sam H. Hall Intercollegiate 76-68-72=216 Pinehurst Intercollegiate 85-84-78=247 Furman Intercollegiate 71-84-79=234 Cavalier Classic 83-83-81=247

PLACE t49 t76 t89 t24 91 t95 52

2007-08 Inverness Intercollegiate 76-78-77=231 Wolf Run Intercollgiate 73-76-81=230 Coca-Cola Duke Classic 75-74-70=219 Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate 83 UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate 74-74-82=230 Cleveland Golf Palmetto 75-77-75=227 Pinehurst Intercollegiate 74-74-75=223 Lacrosse Homes Collegiate 74-78=152 Bank of America Intercollegiate 73-81-78=232 Palisades Collegiate Classic 75-77-76=228 Southern Conference Champ. 77-72-74=223 Cavalier Classic 75-74=149

t-63 t-57 t-28 91 t-69 t-37 t-10 t-14 t-63 t-53 t-20 t-24

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters at Forsyth Country Day in Lewisville, NC...four-time all-conference and three-time all-state honoree...named conference Player of the Year...led team to the North Carolina Independent Schools 3A state title in 2006 at Bryan Park Golf Course...tied for first senior year in state championship with back-to-back rounds of 69...team finished runner-up in the state championship three times...placed fifth individually as a freshman in 2003 at River Run Golf Course in Huntersville, NC.

PERSONAL: William Paige Bowman...born May 19, 1987 in Greensboro, NC...father David played basketball at UNCG...also considered UNCW and East Carolina...undecided on a major at UNCG.

Will Bowman’s Career Statistics Victories: 0 Top-10 Finishes: 0 Low 18-Hole Score: 68 Season 2006-07 2007-08 Career

Tournaments 7 12 19

Top-5 Finishes: 0 Top-20 Finishes: 0 Low 54-Hole Score: 219 Rounds 21 32 53

Strokes 1641 2427 4068

Avg. 78.14 75.84 76.75


Drew

CAREER RESULTS

Junior Stokesdale, NC Northwest Guilford HS

At UNCG SOPHOMORE SEASON (2007-08) Started all 12 events in his sophomore season, logging three Top 20 finishes... had his best tournament of the season at the Pallisades Collegiate Classic, carding rounds of 72, 70 and 71 for a 54-hole career low 213... shot a season-best 69 in the second round of the Southern Conference Championship, which helped him to a 19th place finish.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2006-07): Set a new school and course record with a round of 63 at the Mission Inn Collegiate Invite...finished the series with a 76 and 77 for an eighth-place, three-round total of 216... won the Cavalier Classic with a 214 three-round score (68-69-77)...placed 13th at the Southern Conference Championship.

AMATEUR: Won the 2005 North Carolina Players’ Championship and participated in the 2005 USGA Amateur at Merion and Philadelphia CC in Pennsylvania...qualified and participated in the USGA Juniors in 2003 and 2004 and was the medalist at the 2003 qualifier...won both the 2004 Carolina Golf Association North Carolina Junior Amateur and the 2004 Tarheel Junior event…2006 and 2007 North South Amateur qualifier.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters at Northwest Guilford High School in Greensboro, NC...was the top-ranked high school senior in 2006 according to the Carolina Golf Association... ranked in the Top 60 among the nation’s high school seniors...led Northeast Guilford to the 2005 4A State title...was a four-time Metro 4A All-Conference selection and two-time Conference Player of the Year...was the medalist in 18 events in his high school career... won the 2005 and 2006 4A High School Tournaments...came back to win in 2006 after starting the final round in 10th place by shooting an even-par 72 at Pinehurst No. 6...fired a 69 in the opening round and a 72 in the second round to win as a junior in 2005 at Fox Fire Resort and County Club in Pinehurst.

2006-07 TOURNAMENT SCORES Mid Pines Intercollegiate 75-76-76=227 Mattaponi Springs Shootout 74-72-78=224 Memphis Intercollegiate 77-79-78=234 Coca-Cola Duke Classic 71-78-73=222 Sam H. Hall Intercollegiate 76-69-71=216 Mission Inn Collegiate Invite 63-76-77=216 Pinehurst Intercollegiate 76-76-77=229 Furman Intercollegiate 77-74-78=229 Cowboy Classic 74-75-76=225 SoCon Championships 76-74-70=220 Cavalier Classic 68-69-77=214

PLACE t-64 t-44 t-83 t-28 t-24 t-8 t-44 t-74 t-91 t-13 1

2007-08 Inverness Intercollegiate 77-77-78=232 Wolf Run Intercollegiate 81-71-72=224 Coca-Cola Intercollegiate 74-74-76=224 Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate 74 UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate 76-84-76=236 Cleveland Golf Palmetto 77-78-77=232 Pinehurst Intercollegiate 77-76-72=225 Lacrosse Homes Collegiate 79-74=153 Bank of America Intercollegiate 75-72-71=218 Pallisades Collegiate Classic 72-70-71=213 Southern Conference Champ. 77-69-75=221 Cavalier Classic 75-77=152

t-66 t-35 t-65 t-41 78 t-48 t-23 t-19 t-21 t-5 19 t-44

PERSONAL: Andrew Younts...son of Andy and Jackie Younts...his parents are both UNCG graduates... has a younger brother, Matthew...major is undecided.

Drew Younts’ Career Statistics Victories: 1 Top-10 Finishes: 3 Low 18-Hole Score: 63 Season 2006-07 2007-08 Career

Tournaments 11 12 23

Top-5 Finishes: 2 Top-20 Finishes:5 Low 54-Hole Score: 213 Rounds 33 32 65

Strokes 2456 2404 4860

Avg. 74.42 75.13 74.77


Brad

CAREER RESULTS 2007-08 TOURNAMENT SCORES O’Briant Memorial (ind) 79-78=157 UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate (ind) 77-82-74=233 Palisades Collegiate Classic 72-76-75=223 Southern Conference Champ. 76-81-78=235 Cavalier Classic 78-83=161

Sophomore Thomasville, NC East Davidson HS

At UNCG FRESHMEN SEASON (2007-08): Played in five tournaments during the season... started each of the last three tournaments... carded a season-low 72 in the opening round of the Palisades Collegiate Classic... had his best finish of the season when he finished 34th at Palisades.

AMATEUR: Qualified for the Carolinas Amateur Tournament.

HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of East Davidson High School in Thomasville, NC...four-year letterwinner in golf for the Golden Eagles...four-time all-conference and all-county member...voted team MVP all four years...three-time all-region...named Conference Player of the Year his junior year...county champion and all-state his senior year.

PERSONAL: Bradley Scott Cline...born November 11, 1988...son of Greg and Kim Cline of Thomasville, NC...parents are both teachers...younger brother named Wesley...majoring in biology.

Brad Cline’s Career Statistics Victories: 0 Top-10 Finishes: 0 Low 18-Hole Score: 72 Season 2007-08 Career

Tournaments 5 5

Top-5 Finishes: 0 Top-20 Finishes: 0 Low 54-Hole Score: 223 Rounds 13 13

Strokes 1009 1009

Avg. 77.62 77.62

PLACE t-53 t-74 t-34 t-41 t-90


Darragh Sophomore Dublin, Ireland Portmarnock Community School

At UNCG FRESHMAN SEASON (2007-08) Started nine events in his freshman season, earning a spot in the line-up for the last six events of the season... recorded two Top 10 finishes, finishing 10th at the O’Briant Memorial and seventh at the Lacrosse Homes Collegiate... carded a pair of 71s for his season-best, one coming in the opening round of the UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate and the other in the first round at the Pallisades Collegiate Classic.

CAREER RESULTS 2007-08 TOURNAMENT SCORES O’Briant Memorial (ind) 72-74=146 Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate 87 UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate (ind) 71-76-78=225 Pinehurst Intercollegiate 79-79-73=231 Lacrosse Homes Collegiate 72-77=149 Bank of America Intercollegiate 72-74-73=219 Pallisades Collegiate Classic 71-72-77=220 Southern Conference Champ. 74-79-82=235 Cavalier Classic 78-85=163

AMATEUR: Played for the Royal Dublin Golf Club for four years...2007 Leinster champions in both the Senior Cup and the Barton Shield...2006 Barton Cup winners...Mount Wolesly Scratch Cup Champion...St. Margarets Scratch Cup Champion.

HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of Portmarnock Community School in Dublin, Ireland...six-time letterwinner...Leinster match-play and stroke-play champion.

PERSONAL: Darragh Francis Coghlan...born January 1989...son of Neil Coghlan and Freda Fitzsimons... two siblings, Conar, 21 and Niamh, 16...major is undecided.

Darragh Coghlan’s Career Statistics Victories: 0 Top-10 Finishes: 2 Low 18-Hole Score: 71 Season 2007-08 Career

Tournaments 9 9

Top-5 Finishes: 0 Top-20 Finishes:2 Low 54-Hole Score: 219 Rounds 22 22

Strokes 1675 1675

Avg. 76.14 76.14

PLACE t-10 93 t-48 t-52 7 t-24 t-26 t-41 t-94


John

CAREER RESULTS 2007-08 TOURNAMENT SCORES Wolf Run Intercollegiate 78-80-82=240 Coca-Cola Duke Classic 73-82-78=233 UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate (ind) 78-75-72=225 Cleveland Golf Palmetto 78-86-72=236 Palisades Collegiate Classic 83-78-73=234 Lacrosse Homes Collegiate 82-78=160 Bank of America Intercollegiate 76-77-82=235

Sophomore Hickory, NC Hickory HS

At UNCG FRESHMEN SEASON (2007-08): Played in five tournaments during the season... started each of the last three tournaments... carded a season-low 72 in the opening round of the Palisades Collegiate Classic... had his best finish of the season when he finished 34th at Palisades.

AMATEUR: Participated in the 2007 Carolina’s Amateur where he made it to the second round of match play...qualified for the 2006 National Big I. HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of Hickory High School...four-year letterwinner and all-conference...2007 State Champions.

PERSONAL: John Shafer Isenhour...born July 2, 1989...son of Michael and Betty Isenhour...majoring in business at UNCG.

John Isenhour’s Career Statistics Victories: 0 Top-10 Finishes: 0 Low 18-Hole Score: 72 Season 2007-08 Career

Tournaments 7 7

Top-5 Finishes: 0 Top-20 Finishes: 0 Low 54-Hole Score: 225 Rounds 20 20

Strokes 1563 1563

Avg. 78.15 78.15

PLACE t-73 t-80 t-48 t-63 t-69 t-59 t-68


Kyle

CAREER RESULTS 2007-08

Sophomore Cary, NC Green Hope HS

TOURNAMENT Inverness Intercollegiate Coca-Cola Duke Classic UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate (ind)

At UNCG FRESHMAN SEASON (2007-08) Played in three events in his freshman season... carded a season-low round of 73 in the second round of the UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate.

AMATEUR: Qualified for the Men’s North and South Amateur in 2006 and 2007. HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of Green Hope High School in Morrisville, NC...four-year letterwinner in golf for the Falcons...four-time all-conference and all-state...shot a Lowest Tournament Round at Keith Hill with a 66...team was back-to-back State Champions in 2006 and 2007

PERSONAL: Kyle David Sonday...born February 22, 1989...son of David and Debbie Sonday...father graduated from Lehigh...two sisters, Ashley, 23 and Amber, 21...major is undecided.

Kyle Sonday’s Career Statistics Victories: 0 Top-10 Finishes: 0 Low 18-Hole Score: 73 Season 2007-08 Career

Tournaments 3 3

Top-5 Finishes: 0 Top-20 Finishes:0 Low 54-Hole Score: 227 Rounds 9 9

Strokes 713 713

Avg. 79.22 79.22

SCORES 81-84-88=253 76-77-80=233 77-73-77=227

PLACE 81 t-80 t-57


Will

Dickon

Freshman Cary, NC Green Hope HS

Freshman Raveningham, Norfolk, England home school

At UNCG AMATEUR: Was ranked fifth in the state by the Carolina Golf Association. Nationally, he is ranked No. 86 among the class of 2008 by Golfweek and No. 120 in the 2008 class by National Junior Scoreboard... finished third at the USGA’s Junior Amateur Qualifier, including a secondround 64, and second at the USGA Junior Amateur tournament... also finished second at the AJGA Golf Pride and Dogwood Junior tournaments.

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a part of the 4A state championship team each of the his last two years... recorded Top 10 finishes in both of those tournaments, finishing sixth in 2006 and ninth in 2007.

PERSONAL: William V. Almand... born October 6, 1989... son of Bill and Jackie Almand... father played baseball at Georgia... has not yet chosen a major.

At UNCG AMATEUR: Reached the second round of the 2006 British Boys Championship and was a semifinalist in the British Low Handicap Competition in 2007... second in Lincolnshire Poacher... semifinalist in President’s Match-Play Tournament. PERSONAL: Richard Dickon Hausman... one of six children... has not yet chosen a major.


Season

2007-08 Season Best Best

Career Best Best

Top

Best Finish

Trn.

18

54

5-10-20

Finish

45

67

211

6-13-22

1-MidPines (2004)

Player

Trn./Rds

Avg

Tot

18

54

5-10-20

Nathan Stamey

13 / 35

73.11

2559

68

211

2-6-9

T-2-SoCon Champ.

Top

Best

Drew Younts

12 / 32

75.13

2404

69

213

1-1-3

t5-Palisades

22

*63

213

2-3-5

1-Cavalier Classic (2007)

Will Bowman

12 / 32

75.84

2427

70

219

0-1-3

t10-Pinehurst

19

68

219

0-1-3

t10-Pinehurst (2008)

Darragh Coghlan

9/ 22

76.14

1675

71

219

0-2-2

7-Lacrosse Homes

9

71

219

0-2-2

7-Lacrosse Homes (2008)

Brad Cline

5 / 13

77.62

1009

72

223

0-0-0

t34-Palisades

5

72

228

0-0-0

t34-Palisades (2008)

David Heyen

5 / 12

77.08

925

72

228

0-1-1

t7-O’Briant (IND)

12

70

219

0-2-3

8-Johnny Palmer (2005)

Ryan Heisey

3/8

77.50

620

73

233

0-0-1

t16-O’Briant (IND)

11

70

212

1-1-1

1-Johnny Palmer (2005)

John Isenhour

7 / 20

78.15

1563

72

225

0-0-0

t48-Bridgestone (IND) 7

72

225

0-0-0

t48-Bridgestone (2007)

Kyle Sonday

3/9

79.22

713

73

227

0-0-0

t57-Bridgestone (IND) 3

73

233

0-0-0

t57-Bridgestone (2007)

* school record

Inverness Intercollegiate Sept. 11-12• Toledo, OH T-50. Nathan Stamey ................ 73-76-78=227 T-63. Will Bowman ................... 76-78-77=231 T-66. Drew Younts .................... 77-77-78=232 78. David Heyen ....................... 80-79-82=241 81. Kyle Sonday ........................ 81-84-88=253 Wolf Run Intercollegiate Sept. 22-23• Zionsville, IN T-7. Nathan Stamey .................. 71-73-72=216 T-35. Drew Younts .................... 81-71-72=224 T-57. Will Bowman .................... 73-76-81=230 T-73. Ryan Heisey .....................75-82-83=240 T-73. John Isenhour ..................78-80-82=240 Coca-Cola Duke Classic Oct. 7-8• Durham, NC T-20. Nathan Stamey ................ 74-70-73=217 T-28. Will Bowman ................... 75-74-70=219 T-65. Drew Younts .................... 74-74-76=224 T-80. John Isenhour ..................73-82-78=233 T-80. Kyle Sonday ..................... 76-77-80=233 O’Briant Memorial Oct. 8-9• Greensboro, NC T-7. David Heyen (IND).................... 74-70=144 T-10. Darragh Coghlan (IND) .......... 72-74=146 T-16. Ryan Heisey (IND) ................. 74-73=147 T-53. Brad Cline (IND) ................... 79-78=157 Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate Oct. 21-23• Nashville, TN T-13. Nathan Stamey .................................. 71 T-41. Drew Younts ....................................... 74 T-66. David Heyen ...................................... 77 91. Will Bowman ........................................ 83 93. Darragh Coghlan .................................. 87 Second and third rounds CCD by rain

UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate Champ. Oct. 26-28• Greensboro, NC T-7. Nathan Stamey ................... 68-74-72=214 T-48. Darragh Coghlin (IND) ...... 71-76-78=225 T-48. John Isenhour (IND) ..........78-75-72=225 T-57. Kyle Sonday (IND) ............. 77-73-77=227 T-63. David Heyen ....................78-78-72=228 T-69. Will Bowman ................... 74-74-82=230 T-74. Ryan Heisey ..................... 85-74-74=233 T-74. Brad Cline (IND) ............... 77-82-74=233 78. Drew Younts ....................... 76-84-76=236 2008 Carolina Cup Old North State Club, New London, NC UNCG 11.5, High Point 0.5 Nathan Stamey (UNCG) def. Marc Issler, 3 and 2 Kyle Sonday (UNCG) def. Zach Pranger, 4 and 3 Team UNCG def. HPU, 2-up Will Bowman (UNCG) def. Andrew Borsuk, 4 and 3 Darragh Coghlan (UNCG) def. Hogan Nance, 4 and 3 Team UNCG def. HPU, 3 and 2 John Isenhour (UNCG) def. Evan LaRocque, 1-up Drew Younts (UNCG) def. Andrew Mespelt, 5 and 4 Team UNCG def. HPU, 3 and 2

Lacrosse Homes Collegiate Inv. Mar. 29-30• Grasonville, MD 6. Nathan Stamey .......................... 74-74=148 7. Darragh Coghlan ........................ 72-77=149 T-14. Will Bowman ......................... 74-78=152 T-19. Drew Younts .......................... 79-74=153 T-59. John Isenhour ........................ 82-78=160 Bank of America Intercollegiate Apr. 7-8• Madison, MS 3. Nathan Stamey ..................... 70-71-71=211 T-21. Drew Younts ..................... 75-72-71=218 T-24. Darragh Coghlan .............. 72-74-73=219 T-63. Will Bowman .................... 73-81-78=232 T-68. John Isenhour ................... 76-77-82=235 Palisades Collegiate Classic Apr. 14-15• Charlotte, NC T-5. Drew Younts ....................... 72-70-71=213 T-26. Darragh Coghlan .............. 71-72-77=220 T-34. Brad Cline ........................ 72-76-75=223 T-42. Nathan Stamey .................73-77-75=225 T-53. Will Bowman .................... 75-77-76=228

David Heyen (UNCG) def. DJ Dougherty, 2 and 1 Brad Cline (UNCG) def. Nick Goins, 1-up Team Halved

Southern Conference Championship Apr. 20-22• Columbia, SC T-2. Nathan Stamey ................... 69-73-73=215 19. Drew Younts ........................ 77-69-75=221 T-20. Will Bowman .................... 77-72-74=223 T-41. Brad Cline ........................ 76-81-78=235 T-41. Darragh Coghlan .............. 74-79-82=235

Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercoll. Mar. 10-12• Aiken, SC T-26. Nathan Stamey ................. 72-76-77=225 T-37. Will Bowman..................... 75-77-75=227 T-48. Drew Younts ..................... 77-78-77=232 T-58. David Heyen ..................... 74-82-79=235 T-63. John Isenhour ...................78-86-72=236

Cavalier Classic Apr. 26-27 • Charlottesville, VA T-12. Nathan Stamey ...................... 71-75=146 T-24. Will Bowman ......................... 75-74=149 T-44. Drew Younts .......................... 75-77=152 T-90. Brad Cline ............................. 78-83=161 T-94. Darragh Coghlan ................... 78-85=163

Pinehurst Intercollegiate Mar. 16-18• Pinehurst, NC T-7. Nathan Stamey ................... 75-77-69=221 T-10. Will Bowman .................... 74-74-75=223 T-23. Drew Younts ..................... 77-76-72=225 T-52. Darragh Coughlan ............ 79-79-73=231 T-69. John Isenhour ...................83-78-73=234

NCAA West Regional May 15-17 • Bremmerton, WA T-42. Nathan Stamey (IND) ........ 75-76-72=223


Inverness Intercollegiate Sept. 11-12• Toledo, OH 1 Florida State Univ. ............................... 287 281 294 =862 2 Michigan State ................................... 282 289 297 =868 3 Florida ................................................296 284 289 =869 4 Texas A&M University .......................... 292 287 294 =873 5 Louisville, U. of .................................... 290 288 297 =875 6 Indiana University ............................... 285 294 302 =881 7 Oklahoma State ..................................299 295 290 =884 8 Southern California .............................293 289 304 =886 9 TCU .................................................... 290 294 308 =892 10 Toledo ............................................... 299 287 309 =895 11 Kent State ......................................... 300 299 300 =899 12 UNLV ................................................ 302 307 293 =902 13 Kentucky, U. of .................................. 304 288 314 =906 14 Missouri, U. of ................................... 311 291 306 =908 15 Michigan, U. of .................................. 307 297 305 =909 16 UNC Greensboro .................................306 310 315 =931 Wolf Run Intercollegiate Sept. 22-23• Zionsville, IN 1 Penn State U. .......................................292 284 286=862 2 Michigan, U. of .....................................283 286 299=868 3 Indiana University ................................287 286 296=869 4 Arkansas, U. of .....................................295 292 294=881 T 5 Kentucky, U. of ...................................291 302 292=885 T 5 Eastern Michigan U. ...........................296 289 300=885 7 Kent State ...........................................303 288 296=887 8 Virginia, U. of .......................................294 295 300=889 9 Denver, U. of ........................................294 287 309=890 T 10 Toledo, U. of .....................................303 296 297=896 T 10 Ball State Univ. ................................303 291 302=896 12 Missouri, U. of ....................................304 293 304=901 13 Northwestern .....................................299 294 309=902 14 UNC Greensboro .................................297 300 307=904 15 IUPUI ................................................ 308 306 317=931 Coca-Cola Duke Classic Oct. 7-8• Durham, NC T1 Duke University .................................. 287 273 282 =842 T1 Chattanooga ......................................280 282 280 =842 3 Notre Dame, U. of ............................. 287 286 284 =857 T4 Ohio State Univ. ................................. 285 281 292 =858 T4 Virginia Tech ..................................... 277 290 291 =858 6 Old Dominion Univ. ............................. 282 287 290 =859 7 East Carolina Univ. ............................. 285 289 296 =870 8 Maryland, U. of .................................. 297 282 295 =874 9 VCU .................................................. 299 280 296 =875 10 N. Car. Wilmington ............................ 293 281 302 =876 11 Houston, Univ. of .............................. 296 296 285 =877 12 Iowa, U. of ........................................ 292 294 296 =882 13 Florida Southern Col .......................... 297 290 300 =887 14 UNC Greensboro ............................... 296 295 297 =888 15 Winthrop University ..........................299 303 304 =906 Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate Oct. 21-23• Nashville, TN 1 Mississippi ............................................................... 283 2 Mississippi State ...................................................... 284 3 South Alabama ......................................................... 286 T4 Vanderbilt ............................................................... 287 T4 Louisville ................................................................. 287 6 Western Kentucky ..................................................... 290 7 Chattanooga ............................................................. 291 T8 Augusta State ......................................................... 292 T8 Notre Dame ............................................................. 292 T8 North Florida ........................................................... 292 11 Middle Tennessee State ........................................... 293 T12 Mercer .................................................................. 294 T12 Iowa State ............................................................. 294 14 Vanderbilt “B” ......................................................... 295 15 Belmont .................................................................. 297 16 Toledo ..................................................................... 299 T17 Southeastern Louisana .......................................... 305 T17 UNC Greensboro .................................................... 305 Second and third rounds CCD by rain

UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate Champ. Oct. 26-28• Greensboro, NC 1 Louisville, U. of .................................... 300 281 279=860 2 Mississippi St. U. ................................ 300 286 277=863 3 UCF .................................................... 294 293 279=866 4 North Carolina ......................................294 286 290=870 5 Kent State .......................................... 293 288 292=873 T6 Indiana University............................... 298 291 285=874 T6 Louisiana State U ................................302 288 284=874 8 Wake Forest Univ ..................................294 297 286=877 9 Notre Dame, U. of .................................292 295 291=878 10 Memphis, U. of .................................. 293 290 298=881 11 Charleston, Coll. of .............................292 299 296=887 12 Arkansas, U. of ...................................304 288 296=888 13 UNC Greensboro .................................296 300 294=890 14 Maryland, U. of ..................................308 296 288=892 15 Toledo ................................................308 293 303=904 Cleveland Golf Palmetto Intercoll. Mar. 11-12• Aiken, SC 1 Chattanooga........................................ 289 279 282 =850 2 Virginia Tech ........................................ 297 287 296 =880 3 USC Aiken ........................................... 301 291 289 =881 4 Penn State .......................................... 294 303 293 =890 5 Elon .................................................... 300 297 295 =892 6 Furman................................................304 300 290 =894 7 Francis Marion..................................... 297 302 296 =895 8 Charleston Southern ............................ 302 306 292 =900 9 Jacksonville State ................................ 300 309 296 =905 10 UNC Greensboro ................................ 298 313 301 =912 11 Rhode Island...................................... 302 307 305 =914 12 Presbyterian ...................................... 314 305 303 =922 13 Akron ................................................ 320 300 310 =930 14 Marshall............................................ 314 303 315 =932 15 Nebraska........................................... 323 309 310 =942 Pinehurst Intercollegiate by Gatorade Mar. 16-18• Pinehurst, NC 1 Indiana ............................................... 286-292-287=865 2 Eastern Kentucky ................................. 304-298-287=889 3 Penn State .......................................... 312-294-289=895 4 UNC Greensboro .................................. 305-305-287=897 5 VCU..................................................... 303-300-295=898 6 Wisconsin ............................................ 308-304-292=904 T-7 Ball State.......................................... 303-304-299=906 T-7 East Carolina .................................... 311-303-292=906 9 St. Mary’s (CA) .................................... 309-307-291=907 T-10 Western Carolina ............................. 307-292-302=908 T-10 Marquette....................................... 314-304-290=908 12 San Francisco .................................... 308-301-302=911 13 Toledo ................................................311-307-300=918 14 Miami (OH)........................................ 316-305-299=920 15 Hartford ............................................ 316-306-303=925 16 UNC Wilmington ..................................306-311-311=928 17 Western Illinois .................................. 322-308-306=936 18 Marshall............................................ 315-320-308=943 19 IUPUI ................................................ 333-317-306=956 Lacrosse Homes Collegiate Inv. Mar. 29-30• Grasonville, MD 1 Longwood ................................................... 300-298=598 2 Liberty........................................................ 300-300=600 3 UNC Greensboro ......................................... 299-303=602 4 Loyola (MD) ................................................ 310-299=609 5 James Madison ........................................... 306-308=614 6 Army ............................................................307-310-617 7 Georgetown ................................................ 307-312=619 8 Cornell ........................................................311-311=622 9 Navy ............................................................307-317=624 10 St. Bonaventure .........................................311-314=625 11 Towson ..................................................... 321-305=626 T12 Boston College .........................................311-317=628 T12 Rutgers................................................... 319-309=628 T14 Yale ........................................................ 318-314=632 T14 Brown ..................................................... 318-314=632 16 Siena ....................................................... 320-316=636

17 Saint Joseph’s ........................................... 327-315=642 18 Drexel ...................................................... 330-314=644 19 Long Island Univ. ...................................... 320-337=657 Bank of America Intercollegiate Apr. 7-8• Madison, MS 1 Chattanooga.........................................283 280 289=852 2 LSU ..................................................... 284 279 293 =856 T3 North Florida ........................................ 282 301 282 865 T3 Mississippi .........................................280 285 300=865 5 Vanderbilt.............................................288 289 295=872 6 UAB .....................................................292 290 291=873 7 UNC Greensboro ...................................290 294 292=875 8 Mississippi State ..................................291 294 292=877 9 South Alabama .....................................284 295 304=883 10 Louisiana Tech ....................................294 290 300=884 T11 Southern Mississippi .........................295 294 301=890 T11 Memphis...........................................286 297 307=890 13 Southeastern Louisiana....................... 302 296 313=911 14 Mercer ............................................... 308 295 312=915 15 Jackson State ..................................... 299 303 315=917 Palisades Collegiate Classic Apr. 14-15• Charlotte, NC 1 Charlotte ............................................. 279-283-294=856 2 VCU..................................................... 291-288-283=862 3 Augusta State ...................................... 290-286-293=869 4 Marquette ........................................... 294-285-291=870 5 Old Dominion ....................................... 294-287-292=873 6 Belmont Abbey..................................... 300-283-296=879 T7 UNC Greensboro ................................. 288-295-297=880 T7 Campbell ........................................... 293-290-297=880 9 Xavier .................................................. 288-293-303=884 10 Francis Marion................................... 294-294-302=890 11 USC Upstate .......................................280-297-317=894 T12 Nebraska ......................................... 294-301-303=898 T12 Eastern Michigan ............................. 302-298-298=898 14 Davidson ............................................310-311-322=943 Southern Conference Championship Apr. 20-22• Columbia, SC 1 Chattanooga........................................ 290-281-294=865 2 College of Charleston ........................... 291-288-294=873 3 Western Carolina .................................. 295-293-286-874 T4 UNC Greensboro .................................. 296-293-300-889 T4 Furman .............................................. 291-295-303=889 6 Elon .................................................... 299-290-303=892 7 Georgia Southern ................................. 304-295-294=893 8 Wofford ............................................... 306-289-309=904 9 Davidson ............................................. 309-308-312=929 10 Appalachian State ............................. 313-325-312=950 Cavalier Classic Apr. 26-27• Charlottesville, VA 1 Virginia ...................................................... 282-293=575 2 Augusta State ............................................. 287-291=578 3 North Carolina State ................................... 291-293=584 4 Longwood ................................................... 295-296=591 5 Old Dominion .............................................. 294-298=592 T6 George Mason ........................................... 297-302=599 T6 Maryland ................................................. 294-305=599 8 James Madison ........................................... 298-302=600 9 Liberty........................................................ 302-303=605 10 Radford .................................................... 314-293=607 11 UNC Greensboro ....................................... 299-309=608 12 Appalchian State ...................................... 306-303=609 13 Elon ......................................................... 312-298=610 14 East Carolina ............................................ 318-293=611 15 Princeton ................................................. 293-320=613 16 Seton Hall..................................................310-310=620 T17 Delaware..................................................311-311=622 T17 Tennessee State ...................................... 310-312=622 19 Temple ......................................................311-315=626 T20 Saint Joseph’s ......................................... 310-318=628 T20 George Washington ................................. 318-310=628


HONORS & AWARDS

LOW 18-HOLE INDIVIDUAL ROUNDS No. 1. 2. 3. 5.

Score 63 64 65 65 66 66 66 66 66 66 66

Player .................. Tournament.......................................................... Year Drew Younts .......... Mission Inn Collegiate Invitational .................2006-07 Jason Martin ......... Stetson Intercollegiate ..................................1998-99 Andy Crain ............ Charleston Southern Fall Invitational .............1999-00 Jamie Whitley........ Kiawah Island Intercollegiate ........................1996-97 Nick Baker ............ Barona Collegiate Cup ..................................2003-04 Andy Bare ............. Bradford Creek Intercollegiate ......................2003-04 James Stanofski.... Southern Conference Championship .............2000-01 James Stanofski.... Furman Intercollegiate ..................................2000-01 Jason Martin ......... Yale Intercollegiate .......................................1998-99 John McCann ........ Cavalier Classic.............................................1994-95 John McCann ........ Yale Fall Intercollegiate .................................1994-95

LOW 36-HOLE TOURNAMENT INDIVIDUAL TOTALS No. 1. 2. 4. 7.

Score 138 139 139 140 140 141 141 141 141

Player ................... Tournament.......................................................... Year Jason Martin ......... Liberty Fall Classic ........................................1998-99 Michael Way ......... ODU/Seascape Invitational...........................1995-96 John McCann ........ Florence Marion Spring Invitational ...............1992-93 Andy Crain ............ Charleston Southern Fall Invitational .............1999-00 Gregg Blainey ....... Big Red Classic .............................................2002-03 Kevin Cartmill ....... ODU/Seascape Invitational...........................1996-97 Mike Devlin ........... ODU/Seascape Invitational...........................1996-97 Michael Way ......... Charleston Southern Spring Intercollegiate ...1994-95 Michael Way ......... ODU/Seascape Invitational...........................1994-95

LOW 54-HOLE TOURNAMENT INDIVIDUAL TOTALS No.Score 1. 205 2. 207 3. 208 208 208 6. 209 209 8. 210 210 210 210

Player ................... Tournament.......................................................... Year Andy Bare ............. Bradford Creek Intercollegiate ......................2003-04 Kevin Cartmill ....... Stetson Intercollegiate ..................................1995-96 Nick Baker ............ Barona Collegiate Cup ..................................2003-04 Karl Mitchell ......... Bearkat Classic .............................................2000-01 Jason Martin ......... Yale Fall Intercollegiate .................................1998-99 Andy Crain ............ Stetson Intercollegiate ..................................1997-98 Nick Baker ............ Sam Hall Intercollegiate ................................2006-07 Jake Lowder .......... 49er Collegiate Classic .................................2004-05 J.D. Bass............... Wofford Invitational ......................................2003-04 Jason Martin ......... Chattanooga Intercollegiate ..........................1998-99 J.D. Bass............... Cowboy Classic .............................................2006-07

INDIVIDUAL MEDALISTS (23 )

Season Player ............................ Tournament........................................................Score 1968-69 Jay Stone .............. Dixie Conference .................................................. 155 1978-79 Joe Caldeira .......... Dixie Conference .................................................. 154 1980-81 Ryan Fox ............... Fall DIAC ...............................................................147 1980-81 Ryan Fox ............... District III ............................................................. 154 1980-81 Ryan Fox ............... NCAA Division III .................................................. 306 1989-90 William Rocchi ...... Aubrey Apple........................................................ 150 1991-92 Phil Hilldale .......... Longwood .............................................................151 1994-95 Mike Devlin ........... Davidson/River Run ............................................. 146 1994-95 Michael Way ......... Charleston Southern Spring Invitational ................141 1994-95 John McCann ........ Cavalier Classic.....................................................211 1995-96 Kevin Cartmill ....... Stetson Intercollegiate ......................................... 207 1995-96 Michael Way ......... Big South Conference........................................... 218 1997-98 Andy Crain ............ Stetson Intercollegiate ......................................... 209 1998-99 Jason Martin ......... Yale Intercollegiate .............................................. 208 1998-99 Jason Martin ......... Liberty Fall Classic ............................................... 138 2003-04 J.D. Bass............... Dogfight at Stoney Creek ...................................... 145 2003-04 Andy Bare ............. Birkdale Collegiate Classic ................................... 222 2003-04 Andy Bare ............. Bradford Creek Intercollegiate .......................... * 205 2003-04 J.D. Bass............... Wofford Invitational ..............................................210 2004-05 Nathan Stamey ..... Mid Pines Intercollegiate.......................................211 2005-06 Ryan Heisey .......... Johnny Palmer/Old North State ............................ 212 2006-07 J.D. Bass............... Southern Conference Championships ................... 213 2006-07 Drew Younts .......... Cavalier Classic.....................................................214 *school record

NCAA DIVISION III NATIONAL CHAMPION

BIG SOUTH PLAYER OF THE YEAR

NCAA DIVISION III ALL-AMERICANS

BIG SOUTH COACH OF THE YEAR

NCAA DIVISION I INDIVIDUAL COMPETITOR

BIG SOUTH ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Ryan Fox ..................................1980-81

Ryan Fox ..................................1980-81 Joe Caldeira .............................1978-79

Nathan Stamey (West. Reg.) .... 2007-08

NCAA DIVISION III INDIVIDUALS

Todd Jackson .......................... 1986-87 Rod Russell............................. 1985-86 Ryan Fox ..................................1980-81 Joe Caldeira .............................1979-80 Joe Caldeira .............................1978-79

ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE J.D. Bass................................. 2006-07 Nathan Stamey ....................... 2005-06 Jake Lowder ............................ 2004-05 J.D. Bass................................. 2004-05 Andy Bare ............................... 2003-04 Nick Baker .............................. 2003-04 Andy Bare ............................... 2002-03 Andy Crain .............................. 2000-01 Andy Crain .............................. 1999-00 Jason Martin ........................... 1998-99

ALL-BIG SOUTH

Danny Mamo ...........................1996-97 Michael Way ............................1996-97 Michael Way ........................... 1995-96 Nick Varney ............................. 1995-96 Jamie Whitley.......................... 1995-96 J.J. Morgan ............................. 1995-96 Michael Way ........................... 1994-95 J.J. Morgan ............................. 1994-95 John McCann .......................... 1994-95 John McCann .......................... 1993-94 John McCann .......................... 1992-93

Michael Way ........................... 1995-96

Bud Hall ................................. 1995-96 Bud Hall ................................. 1994-95

Danny Mamo ...........................1996-97 Nick Varney ............................. 1995-96

DIXIE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

Joe Caldeira .............................1978-79 Jay Stone ................................ 1968-68

ALL-DIXIE CONFERENCE

Rod Russell............................. 1985-86 Paul Rohrbacker ..................... 1985-86 Ryan Fox ..................................1980-81 Joe Caldeira .............................1979-80 Joe Caldeira .............................1978-79 Joe Caldeira .............................1977-78 Steve Ruggiero.........................1972-73 Jim Thomas ..............................1977-78 Rick Hughes.............................1973-74 Jay Stone ................................ 1968-69

VERIZON ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN

Karl Mitchell (Second team) .... 2000-01 Nick Baker .............................. 2006-07

VERIZON ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT

Karl Mitchell ............2000-01, 1999-00 Nick Baker .............................. 2006-07

GCAA ALL-AMERICA SCHOLAR TEAM

Karl Mitchell ............2000-01, 1999-00

BIG SOUTH CHAMPION

Michael Way ........................... 1995-96

Nathan Stamey earned a spot in the NCAA West Regional as an at-large competitor in 2007-08.


LOW 18-HOLE TEAM ROUNDS No. 1. 3. 4. 6.

10. 11.

15.

16.

Score ..............Tournament .......................................................................................................Year 277 ................49er Collegiate Classic .............................................................................. 2004-05 277 ................Stetson Intercollegiate .............................................................................. 1995-96 278 ................Sam Hall Invitational ................................................................................. 2006-07 279 ................McLaughlin Red Storm Intercollegiate ....................................................... 1999-00 279 ................Stetson Intercollegiate .............................................................................. 1998-99 280 ................Barona Collegiate Cup ............................................................................... 2003-04 280 ................Southern Conference Championship .......................................................... 2000-01 280 ................Xavier Invitational ...................................................................................... 2004-05 280 ................The Wolverine Intercollegiate .................................................................... 2005-06 281 ................Sam Hall Invitational ................................................................................. 2006-07 282 ................Mid Pines Intercollegioate ......................................................................... 2003-04 282 ................Alister MacKenzie Invitational .................................................................... 2003-04 282 ................Barona Collegiate Cup ............................................................................... 2003-04 282 ................Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate ................................................................. 1999-00 283 ................49er Collegiate Classic .............................................................................. 2004-05 283 ................Coca-Cola Duke Golf Classic..................................................................... 2005-06 283 ................Orange County National ............................................................................ 2005-06 283 ................Mission Inn Collegiate Invitational ............................................................. 2006-07 284 ................Charleston Southern Fall Invitational ......................................................... 1999-00 284 ................ODU/Seascape Invitational ....................................................................... 1995-96 284 ................Stetson Intercollegiate .............................................................................. 1995-96 284 ................Big Red Classic.......................................................................................... 2002-03 284 ................Cowboy Classic ......................................................................................... 2006-07

Karl Mitchell was a Second Team Verizon Academic AllAmerican in 2000-01.

LOW 36-HOLE TOURNAMENT TEAM TOTALS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Score ..............Tournament .......................................................................................................Year 571.................ODU/Seascape Invitational ....................................................................... 1995-96 574 .................Charleston Southern Fall Invitational ......................................................... 1999-00 575 ................ODU/Seascape Invitational ....................................................................... 1996-97 576.................Big Red Classic.......................................................................................... 2002-03 584 ................Liberty Fall Classic..................................................................................... 1998-99 584 ................ODU/Seascape Invitational ....................................................................... 1997-98

LOW 54-HOLE TOURNAMENT TEAM TOTALS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 14.

Score ..............Tournament .......................................................................................................Year 845 ................Sam Hall Invitational ................................................................................. 2006-07 848 ................Stetson Intercollegiate .............................................................................. 1995-96 855 ................49er Collegiate Classic .............................................................................. 2004-05 856 ................Barona Collegiate Cup ............................................................................... 2003-04 857 ................McLaughlin Red Storm Intercollegiate ....................................................... 1999-00 858 ................Xavier Invitational ...................................................................................... 2004-05 859 ................Cowboy Classic ......................................................................................... 2006-07 861 ................Mid Pines Intercollegiate ........................................................................... 2005-06 864 ................Mid Pines Intercollegiate ........................................................................... 2004-05 865 ................Orange County National ............................................................................. 2005-06 867 ................Mid Pines Intercollegiate ........................................................................... 2003-04 868 ................Stetson Intercollegiate .............................................................................. 1998-99 868 ................Mid Pines Intercollegiate ........................................................................... 2001-02 870 ................Bearkat Classic ......................................................................................... 2000-01 870 ................Coca Cola Duke Classic ............................................................................. 2005-06

Michael Way was the 1995-96 Big South Player of the Year after claiming the conference championship.

TOURNAMENT WINS (14) Belmont Abbey Spring Invitational........................................................................................................ 1982-83 Ferrum College Fall Invitational ............................................................................................................ 1990-91 Lacey Gane ......................................................................................................................................... 1990-91 Longwood Invitational .......................................................................................................................... 1991-92 Big South Championship...................................................................................................................... 1994-95 Big South Championship...................................................................................................................... 1995-96 ODU/Seascape Invitational ................................................................................................................. 1995-96 Stetson Intercollegiate ......................................................................................................................... 1995-96 Bahamas Collegiate............................................................................................................................. 1996-97 Stetson Intercollegiate ......................................................................................................................... 1997-98 Max Ward Intercollegiate ..................................................................................................................... 1997-98 Southern California Intercollegiate ....................................................................................................... 1999-00 Winthrop-Waterford Invitational ........................................................................................................... 2003-04 Sam Hall Invitational............................................................................................................................ 2006-07

J.D. Bass won the 2007 Southern Conference Championship and was named to the All-Southern Conference team.


Mid Pines Winners Bridgestone Winners Derek Fathauer Louisville 2005 Bridgestone Champion

UNCG hosts the annual UNCG Bridgestone Golf Intercollegiate at Forest Oaks Country Club each season. The famed Forest Oaks course was home to the Greensboro PGA Tour stop for more than 30 years, mostly recently known as the Wyndham Championship. The par 72, 7,311-yard layout was designed by noted golf course architect Ellis Maples, a protege of the legendary Donald Ross, in the 1960’s. PGA Tour star Davis Love III recently headed up a redesign that has earned praise from his peers and club’s membership and guests.

2006 TEAM RESULTS

Oliver Bekker Lamar 2006 Bridgestone Champion

# 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. T-6. T-6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

School Louisville Mississippi State UCF North Carolina Kent State Indiana Louisiana State Wake Forest Notre Dame Memphis College of Charleston Arkansas UNCG Maryland Toledo

1st 300 300 294 294 293 298 302 294 292 293 292 304 296 308 308

2nd 281 286 293 286 288 291 288 297 295 290 299 288 300 296 293

3rd 279 277 279 290 292 285 284 286 291 298 296 296 294 288 303

Total 860 863 866 870 873 874 874 877 878 881 887 888 890 892 904

Score -4 -1 +2 +6 +9 +10 +10 +13 +14 +17 +23 +24 +26 +28 +40

2006 INDIVIDUAL TOP-20 RESULTS Derek Fathauer Louisville 2007 Bridgestone Champion

# Player, 1. Derek Fathauer 2. Brett Cairns 3. Greg Forest T-4. David Holzworth T-4. Adam Hadwin T-4. Barden Berry T-7. Nathan Stamey T-7. Matt Fast T-9. David Markle T-9. Andrew Landry T-11. Jhared Hack T-11. Seth Brandon T-11. Andrew Loupe T-11.Brendan Gielow T-15. Kevin O’Connell T-18. Noah Goldman T-18. Logan Young T-18. David Johnson T-18. Jorge Campillo T-18. Jarrod Barsamian

School Louisville Kent State Central Florida North Carolina Louisville North Carolina UNCG Mississippi State Kent State Arkansas UCF Indiana Louisiana State Wake Forest North Carolina Mississippi State Mississippi State UCF Indiana Louisiana State

1st 71 72 75 73 79 72 68 75 73 72 72 74 75 71 72 74 75 72 75 80

2nd 67 68 71 69 65 70 74 71 70 72 76 72 71 74 72 72 69 74 72 70

3rd 68 71 66 71 69 71 72 68 72 71 68 70 70 71 73 72 74 72 71 68

Total 206 211 212 213 213 213 214 214 215 215. 216 216 216 216 217 218 218 218 218 218

Score -10 -5 -4 -3 -3 -3 -2 -2 -1 -1 E E E E +1 +2 +2 +2 +2 +2

UNCG At Bridgestone Golf Intercollegiate Top Team Finishes

Individual Low Rounds

1. 3rd ..........................................894 ........... 2005 2. 10th......................................... 615 ........... 2006

1. Jake Lowder .............................. 71 ............ 2005 J. D. Bass .................................. 71 ............ 2005 3. Nathan Stamey .........................72 ............ 2007 David Heyen ..............................72 ............ 2007 5. Jake Lowder ..............................73 ............ 2005 Nick Baker ................................73 ............ 2005 7. J. D. Bass .................................. 74 ............ 2005 Nick Baker ................................ 74 ............ 2005 9. Jake Lowder ..............................75 ............ 2005 Gregg Blainey............................75 ............ 2005

Top Team Rounds 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

294 ........................................................... 2007 296 ........................................................... 2007 298 ........................................................... 2005 300 ........................................................... 2005 302 ........................................................... 2005 302 ........................................................... 2006


The Southern Conference, which began its 88th season of intercollegiate competition in 2008, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has been on the forefront of innovation and originality in developing creative solutions to address issues facing intercollegiate athletics. From establishing the first conference basketball tournament (1921), tackling the issue of freshmen eligibility (1922), developing women’s championships (1984) and becoming the first conference to install the three-point goal in basketball (1980), the Southern Conference has been a pioneer. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. Hundreds of Southern Conference student-athletes have been recognized on ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America and all-district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The Conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference offices are located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the league first class meeting areas and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Dr. S.V. Sanford of Georgia was chosen as acting chairman and N.W. Dougherty of Tennessee was named secretary. The decision to form a new athletic conference was motivated by the desire to have a workable number of conference games for each league member. With 30 schools in the SIAA by the early 1920s, it was impossible to play every school at least once during the regular season and many schools went several years between playing some conference members. In addition, in 1920, the SIAA voted down proposed rules that an athlete must be in a college a year before playing on its teams and refused to abolish a rule permitting athletes to play summer baseball for money. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, Louisiana (LSU), Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929. By the 1930s, membership in the Southern Conference had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932 at the Farragut Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. According to the minutes of the meeting, Dr. Sanford

stated that the division was made along geographical lines. Florida’s Dr. J.J. Tigert, acting as spokesman for the withdrawing group, regretted the move but believed it was necessary as the Southern Conference had grown too large. The resignations were accepted and the withdrawing schools formed the new league which began play in 1932. The Southern Conference continued with membership of 10 institutions including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 12 institutions and a footprint that spans five states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Samford, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford. John Iamarino was officially named commissioner of the conference on January 2, 2006. Iamarino has promoted the Southern Conference through an ambitious agenda which has improved competition, upgraded compliance-related matters and increased the marketing and brand awareness of the conference and its member institutions. The Southern Conference named its first commissioner in December 1950. Duke head football coach Wallace Wade made the transition from Blue Devil football coach to athletics administration as the first person at the helm of the conference. Lloyd Jordan replaced Wade as the commissioner in 1960 and served a 14-year term until Ken Germann became the league head in 1974. Germann was the commissioner for 13 years and orchestrated the league’s expansion to include women’s athletics. In 1987, he was succeeded by Dave Hart who spearheaded the transfer of the league office from Charlotte, N.C., to Asheville, N.C. Wright Waters succeeded Hart upon his retirement in 1991. Under Waters’ leadership, the Southern Conference expanded to 12 members, added three women’s sports and posted record revenue from the basketball tournament. Waters, who is currently the commissioner of the Sun Belt Conference, was followed by Alfred B. White in 1998. White, a veteran member of the NCAA office, introduced the current conference logo and elevated the conference’s commitment to marketing and development of corporate partners. Danny Morrison headed the conference from 20012005 and orchestrated the league’s move from Asheville, N.C. to Spartanburg, S.C. Under Morrison’s leadership, the conference increased its marketing and promotional efforts. The first Southern Conference Championship was the league basketball tournament held in Atlanta in 1922. The North Carolina Tar Heels won the tournament to become the first recognized league champion in any sport. The Southern Conference Tournament remains the oldest of its kind in college basketball. Commissioner Germann spearheaded the Southern Conference’s expansion to include women’s athletics during the 1983-84 season. That year, league championships were held in volleyball, basketball and tennis. Cross country joined the mix in 1985 and the league began holding indoor and outdoor track championships in 1988. Most recently, the conference instituted golf and softball championships in the spring of 1994 and added soccer in the fall of 1994. The Germann Cup, named in honor of the former

John Iamarino Commissioner

www.soconsports.com commissioner, annually recognizes the top women’s athletics programs in the conference. From its humble beginnings, women’s athletics have become an integral part of the Southern Conference and its success. The Southern Conference declares champions in 10 men’s sports - football, soccer, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, baseball, tennis and golf - and nine women’s sports - soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track & field, tennis, golf and softball. The Southern Conference has also excelled as the premier Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) conference. Southern Conference member Appalachian State has won the last three FCS titles becoming the first team to do so. The league boasts more than 250 players who have garnered All-America recognition and numerous national player or coach of the year awards. The conference has had at least one team in the Top 10 of the final FCS poll for 23 consecutive years with at least two teams finishing in the Top 20 in every season since 1982. The conference has placed multiple representatives in the FCS Playoffs in 21-of-25 seasons, with 16 Championship Game appearances and eight national titles. The Southern Conference has had at least one team reach the semifinals in nine of the last 10 years and in 15 of the last 17 seasons. In 2007, Appalachian State became the first FCS team to defeat a nationally-ranked Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) team when the Mountaineers defeated No. 5-ranked Michigan, 34-32, on Sept. 1 before a sellout crowd at Michigan Stadium. Prior to the conference’s reclassification in 1981, Southern Conference football teams appeared in a total of 34 bowl games, posting a record of 16-17-2. There are nearly 40 former Southern Conference players in the College Football Hall of Fame. One of the most recognizable of these names is former North Carolina running back Charlie “Choo Choo” Justice who helped guide North Carolina to three bowl appearances. He was a first team All-America selection in 1948 and 1949. In 1949, Justice earned first team all-conference honors for the fourth consecutive season, becoming the first player in league history to achieve that feat. Another of the league’s football products that made it to the College Football Hall of Fame is Sam Huff of West Virginia. Huff was a three-year starter on both the offensive and defensive lines for the Mountaineers. In 1955, Huff earned first team All-America honors on the field and was a first team Academic All-America for his work in the classroom. He played 12 seasons in the National Football League for the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins. He was a five-time All-Pro defensive lineman and is also a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In recent years, the Southern Conference has continued to produce outstanding student-athletes. In 1999, Georgia Southern’s Adrian Peterson captured the Walter Payton Award presented annually to the Football Championship Subdivision’s most outstanding offensive player. Furman’s Louis Ivory was awarded the honor in 2000 and Georgia Southern’s Jayson Foster was presented with the 2007 trophy. Appalachian State’s Dexter Coakley was a three-time


all-conference selection and consensus All-America in 1994, ’95 and ’96 before going on to stardom with the Dallas Cowboys. Coakley won a pair of Buck Buchanan Awards, given to Football Championship Subdivision’s top defensive player each year. Terrell Owens went from catching passes at Chattanooga to a stellar NFL career. Western Carolina’s David Patten and Appalachian State’s Matt Stevens were both members of the New England Patriots Super Bowl Champion team in 2002 and Patten also earned Super Bowl rings with the Patriots in 2004 and ’05. Men’s basketball was the first sport in which the conference held a championship. The league tournament is the nation’s oldest, with the inaugural championship held at Atlanta’s City Auditorium in 1922 and was won by North Carolina. Not only was the Southern Conference Tournament the first of its kind, the league also helped change the face of college basketball. In 1980, the league began a seasonlong experiment with a 22-foot three-point field goal with the approval of the NCAA Rules Committee. Ronnie Carr of Western Carolina made the first three-point field goal in college basketball history in a game against Middle Tennessee State on Nov. 29, 1980. Another college basketball tradition that originated in the Southern Conference is the traditional cutting of the nets by the winning team. According to USA Today, the practice of net cutting originated in 1947 with North Carolina State head coach Everett Case. As a first-year head coach, Case led the Wolfpack to the Southern Conference Tournament title. Case celebrated by claiming the nets as a souvenir of the win to commemorate the event. Basketball coaching legend Red Auerbach gives credit to former George Washington coach Bill Reinhart, who coached in the conference for nearly 30 years, as one of the originators of the modern fast-break. West Virginia’s 10 tournament championships are still the most in league history. The Mountaineers were led by the incomparable Jerry West from 1958 through ’60. West, a two-time All-America selection, spurred West Virginia to the Final Four in 1959. The Mountaineers lost in the championship game that season to California, 71-70, but West earned Final Four Most Valuable Player honors. West was a three-time Southern Conference tournament MVP, a twotime league regular season MVP, and was twice named the conference’s Athlete of the Year. He went on to a spectacular career with the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association and was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1979. He was a 14-time NBA All-Star while with the Lakers. It is West’s silhouette that comprises the NBA’s globally recognized logo. Selvy set the NCAA record for points in a game while at Furman. On Feb. 13, 1954, the senior scored 100 points in a game against Newberry, a record that still stands. Selvy was the Southern Conference Most Valuable Player in 1953 and 1954 and the league’s Athlete of the Year in 1954. He went on to a 10-year career in the NBA. Rod Hundley was another West Virginia star during the 1950s. “Hot Rod” made a name for himself as one of the most spectacular players to tour the league during his era. Hundley averaged 24.5 points per game in his three seasons as a Mountaineer and was an all-conference and alltournament performer in each of those three years. He was the Southern Conference Most Valuable Player and Athlete of the Year as a senior in 1957. He was the first player selected in the 1957 NBA draft and enjoyed a six-year career in that league. East Tennessee State’s Keith “Mister” Jennings made his mark on the college basketball world in the early 1990s. Despite standing less than six feet tall, Jennings was a twotime all-conference choice and the league’s Player of the Year and Athlete of the Year in 1991. Jennings played with the Golden State Warriors of the NBA. Besides West Virginia’s team in 1959, the Southern Conference has been represented in the Final Four on two other occasions. North Carolina advanced to the NCAA

championship game in 1943 before falling 43-40 to Oklahoma State. North Carolina State finished third in the tournament in 1950. Davidson continued the record of success by advancing to the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight in 2008 and coach Bob McKillop’s Wildcats came within a basket of making the Final Four behind the play of sophomore guard Stephen Curry. Women’s basketball competition began in the Southern Conference in 1983-84 with seven teams. In the sport’s history, seven schools have won the league’s tournament at least once with Chattanooga winning 12 and Appalachian State owning six titles. UNC Greensboro won the 1998 tournament as head coach Lynne Agee became the first coach to take a team to the NCAA Tournament in all three Divisions - I, II and III. In 2001, Chattanooga head coach Wes Moore became the first coach in NCAA history to take three different teams to the NCAA Tournament in all three Divisions. Since 1984, seven different teams have claimed at least a share of the regular season crown. Chattanooga has the most overall titles with 13, six of them shared. Chattanooga owns the most outright championships with seven. Only four players have won the conference Player of the Year award twice: East Tennessee State’s DeShawne Blocker in 1992-93 and 1994-95; Furman’s Jackie Smith, 1997-98 and 1998-99; Chattanooga’s Damita Bullock, who won the award in 2000 and 2001; and Chattanooga’s Alex Anderson in 2007 and 2008. In baseball, Wake Forest advanced to the championship game of the NCAA College World Series in 1949. Demon Deacon second baseman Charles Teague was named the College World Series Most Valuable Player. The Citadel made history in 1990 by becoming the first military school to make an appearance at the College World Series. The Bulldogs were joined that season at the College World Series by current conference member Georgia Southern. One of the Southern Conference’s more famous baseball alums is Duke’s Dick Groat. The Blue Devil shortstop, who was also a basketball standout, was the conference’s Athlete of the Year in 1951 and 1952. He went on to a 14year career in the major leagues. In 1960, he was named the National League MVP after he led the league in batting with a .325 average for the World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates. Among Southern Conference alums to grace Major League Baseball fields have been Atlee Hammaker (East Tennessee State), Jeff Montgomery (Marshall) and Mike Ramsey (Appalachian State). Other SoCon players to go on to a career in the major leagues include Angels third baseman Dallas McPherson (The Citadel), pitchers Britt Reames (The Citadel) and Ryan Glynn (VMI) who both pitched with Oakland in 2005, Furman’s Tom Mastny, a pitcher with the Cleveland Indians (2007) and Georgia Southern’s Brian Rogers, who pitched with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2007. Arnold Palmer, perhaps the world’s most famous golfer, competed under the Southern Conference banner as a collegian at Wake Forest. He took medalist honors at the Southern Conference Tournament in 1948 and 1949 and was the tournament’s runner-up in 1950. Palmer was the medalist at the NCAA Golf Championships in 1949 and 1950. He went on to become one of the most accomplished golfers to play on the professional tour. Palmer won 60 tournaments while competing on the PGA Tour and has added 10 more victories as a member of the Senior PGA Tour. He has also won eight major championships - four Masters, two British Opens, one U.S. Open and one U.S. Amateur. Furman golfer Dottie Pepper was named the Southern Conference Women’s Athlete of the Decade in the 1980s and was honored as part of the league’s 25th anniversary of women’s championships celebration in 2007-08. Appalachian State’s Mary Jayne Harrelson won the NCAA Outdoor title at 1,500 meters in 1999 and 2001. Furman’s Brandi Jackson won the NCAA Women’s Golf East Regional in the spring of 2003. The Southern Conference has also been a breed-

ing ground for some of college athletics’ most recognized coaches and administrators. Legendary basketball coaches Adolph Rupp of Kentucky and Everett Case of North Carolina State both worked the sidelines in the Southern Conference. Rupp guided the Wildcats to a 30-5 mark during the 1931 and 1932 seasons. Yet, for all his coaching accomplishments, Rupp never led Kentucky to a Southern Conference tournament championship. Case mentored the Wolfpack to six consecutive Southern Conference Tournament championships from 1947 through 1952. Lefty Driesell coached Davidson to three Southern Conference Tournament championships in 1966, 1968 and 1969. Driesell also won the league’s Coach of the Year award four straight times from 1963 through 1966. Former Georgia Tech coach Bobby Cremins earned league Coach of the Year honors three times in the late ’70s and early ’80s while at Appalachian State and is now the head coach at the College of Charleston. Terry Holland saw his basketball coaching career take off at Davidson when he returned to his alma mater in 1970. Holland was honored as the Southern Conference Coach of the Year for three consecutive seasons from 1970-72 and led the Wildcats to the conference tournament title and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 1970. J. Dallas Shirley, a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, spent 21 years as the assistant to the commissioner and supervisor of officials in the Southern Conference. He also served as president of the International Association Basketball Officials and the United States Olympic Basketball Committee. The legendary Paul “Bear” Bryant got his coaching start in the Southern Conference as he guided the Maryland Terrapins in 1945. A legendary Southern Conference football coach is the late Frank Howard of Clemson, who guided the Tigers as a league member from 1940-52. The incomparable Howard won 69 Southern Conference games. The Southern Conference has been represented on the sidelines at five Super Bowls in recent years. Bobby Ross, who piloted the San Diego Chargers to the 1996 Super Bowl, was the head coach at The Citadel from 1973-77. Former Buffalo Bills head coach Marv Levy directed William & Mary from 1964-68. He was succeeded at William & Mary by Lou Holtz. William & Mary competed in the Southern Conference from 1936-77.


The University of North Carolina at Greensboro was first chartered back on February 18, 1891 at the State Normal and Industrial School. It was the first state-supported school for the higher education of women in North Carolina. Founded by Charles Duncan McIver, it became co-educational in 1963. Today, in its 116th year of existance, the campus covers 210 acres in downtown Greensboro and has an enrollment that exceeds 17,000 for the first time ever. For fall 2007, 17.467 students were enrolled, including 13,453 undergraduates.

Charles Duncan McIver, founder of the State Normal and Industrial School (now UNCG), decided Minerva, goddess of Wisdom and Women’s Arts, would be a good symbol for the school. Beginning with the first diploma in 1893, the head of Minerva has appeared on every diploma awarded by the institution. The class of 1907 donated the original Minerva statue - made of plaster - to the University. In 2003, the class of 1953 commissioned for a replacement, made of bronze, and placed outside the Elliott University Center in the heart of campus.

Founded in 1891, UNCG is a diverse, studentcentered research university, linking the Triad and North Carolina to the world through learning, discovery and service. The university is organized into a College of Arts & Sciences and six professional schools, with more than 1,000 faculty members teaching in programs that offer 86 undergraduate, 56 master’s and 25 doctoral degrees. Among its high-impact projects are the Gateway University Research Park and the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, which are being created in partnership with North Carolina A&T.


UNCG Board of Trustees Mr. Stephen C. Hassenfelt, Chairman Ms. Linda Carlisle, Vice Chairman Mrs. Earlene Hardie Cox Dr. Kate R. Barrett Dr. Richard L. Moore Mr. William J. Pratt Ms. Jane Preyer Ms. Jean E. Davis Mr. James Norman Smith Dr. Carolyn R. Ferree Ms. Gwynn Swinson Mr. Randall Kaplan Mr. John Bryant (ex-officio, SGA President)

UNCG’s School of Nursing, which was established in 1966, is the largest in North Carolina. It has three departments – Adult Health, Parent-Child and Community Practice – and is recognized for the excellence of its programs and the success of its graduates. The master’s program in nurse anesthesia was ranked eighth nationally by U.S. News and World Report. In addition, UNCG is the first institution in the UNC system to offer a combined Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Business Administration in health management.

Despite record numbers for enrollment, UNCG still enjoys a studentfaculty ratio of 17:1 with a faculty totalling 1,080. More than 2,000 bachelor’s degrees and nearly 1,000 master’s and doctoral diplomas are awarded annually. Over the last several years, 75 percent of freshmen have returned the following year.


UNCG has long had a reputation for academic excellence and student-athletes at UNCG are not an exception to the rule. At the end of each of the last three academic years, more than 40% of UNCG student-athletes held a grade-point-average of 3.0 or better. In 2007-08, 105 of 230 student-athletes had a 3.0 GPA or better for the academic year.

The School of Music, which was established in 1921, is rated as one of the Top 20 in the country and combines rigorous theory, history, and performance training with a broad liberal arts education. Pictured above, the University opened a $25.7 million state-of-the-art music facility in 1999. It is the only comprehensive slate of performance and music education degrees from the baccalaureate through the doctorate in North Carolina.


The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is a diverse, student-centered research university, linking the Triad and North Carolina to the world through learning, discovery, and service. As a doctorate-granting institution, it is committed to teaching based in scholarship and advancing knowledge through research. The College of Arts and Sciences and six professional schools offer challenging graduate and undergraduate programs in which students are mentored by outstanding teachers, including nationally and internationally recognized researchers and artists. Affirming the liberal arts as the foundation for lifelong learning, the university provides exemplary learning environments on campus and through distance education so that students can acquire knowledge, develop intellectual skills, and become more thoughtful and responsible members of a global society. Co-curricular, residential, and other programs contribute to students’ social, aesthetic, and ethical development. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is a community in which people of any racial or ethnic identity, age, or background can achieve an informed appreciation of their own and different cultures. It is a community of actively engaged students, faculty, staff, and alumni founded on open dialogue, shared responsibility, and respect for the distinct contributions of each member.


Dr. Linda Dr. Linda P. Brady, formerly the senior vice president and provost at the University of Oregon, became the 10th chancellor of UNCG this past summer. She assumed her duties August 1. Dr. Brady was elected Chancellor of the institution by the Board of Governors of the multi-campus University of North Carolina on June 12. Dr. Brady, 60, succeeded Dr. Patricia A. Sullivan, UNCG’s first woman chancellor, who announced her retirement last December after almost 14 years in the post. In recommending Dr. Brady to the Board of Governors, UNC system president Erskine Bowles said, “Over the past 25 years, Linda Brady has accumulated a wealth of leadership experience at highly respected public, urban universities, as well as in the halls of Washington. At each step along the way, she has proven herself to be an energetic leader who promotes collaboration, creative problem-solving, and real-life commitment to scholarship, research, and public service. “She is no stranger to North Carolina or this University system – having served for five years as dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at North Carolina State University – so we consider this a homecoming of sorts. With her broad experience in higher education and federal government, her demonstrated integrity and sound judgment, and her profound understanding of the global marketplace in which our students must compete, Linda Brady will be a forceful and effective leader for UNC Greensboro. We are delighted to bring her back to North Carolina.” In accepting the position, Dr. Brady said, “This is one of the very best jobs in American higher education. I am so grateful for this opportunity and humbled by the trust you have placed in me. I shall not let you down.” As senior vice president and provost at Oregon, Dr. Brady was the university’s chief academic and operating officer. In that role, she was responsible for all aspects of UO’s academic mission, including academic affairs, research and graduate studies, student affairs, institutional equity and diversity, international affairs, finance and administration, and information services. A native of New York City and the first member of her family to attend college, Dr. Brady graduated from Douglass College, the women’s division of Rutgers University, in 1969 with a degree in political science. She received a master’s degree in the field from Rutgers (1970) and a doctorate in political science from Ohio State University (1974). She began her academic career as an assistant professor of political science at Vanderbilt University in 1973 and joined the faculty at Goucher College in Maryland three years later. From 1978 to 1985, Dr. Brady held several positions in the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Defense. Among other roles, she served as a political analyst in the State Department’s Office of Disarmament and Arms Control and as special assistant for mutual and balanced force reductions in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. She later served as a senior fellow in international security and arms control at the Carter Center of Emory University (1986-87) and as a distinguished professor of national security at the U.S. Military Academy (1991-92). From 1993 to 2001, Dr. Brady led the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she was also a professor of international affairs. She joined North Carolina State University in 2001 as Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and professor of political science, and over the next five years was credited with building the stature

and visibility of the College, launching a number of new graduate degree programs, and significantly increasing external support for the humanities and social sciences at NC State. She left North Carolina in 2006 to become the chief academic and operating officer at the University of Oregon. Dr. Brady has authored or co-edited three books and numerous book chapters and scholarly articles in the fields of American foreign policy, international negotiation, and arms control. Among other professional organizations, she is a member of the International Studies Association, the American Political Science Association, the International Institute for Strategic Studies, and the Council on Foreign Relations. A past recipient of the Georgia Tech School of Social Sciences Teaching Award, she has earned the Superior Honor Award from the U.S. Department of State and is a two-time recipient of the Outstanding Civilian Service Medal from the Department of the Army. She was an American Council on Education Fellow in 1997-98, serving her fellowship year at the University of Iowa under the mentorship of President Mary Sue Coleman and provost Jon Whitmore. Dr. Brady is married to Gustav “Steve” Heyer, a retired Army officer. She has two adult stepsons and three grandchildren.


Nelson In his 26th year as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at UNCG, Nelson E. Bobb has developed a nationally recognized program that has continually succeeded in competition as well as in the classroom. Bobb, the first fulltime athletic director at the University, is the primar y architect of a program that now features 16 NCAA Division I teams, eight for men and eight for women. Last year, he was named to NACDA’s NCAA Division I-AAA Executive Committee as an at-large member. When he arrived in July 1983, there were eight teams competing on the Division III level. The University authorized the shift to Division I in February 1987 and he guided the program through the unprecedented change in competitive status in only five years. UNCG is one of only a dozen institutions to ever compete in all three divisions. However, no other institution has made the complete shift of all teams from Division III to Division I in that time frame. During his tenure, he has watched over the construction or renovation of all of the Spartans’ athletic venues. He began that process by serving on the committee that built Fleming Gymnasium and the HHP Building in 1989. He then moved onto the transformation of Campus Field in 1991 into what is today UNCG Soccer Stadium – one of the premier venues in all of college soccer. In 1999, he oversaw the construction of the UNCG Baseball Stadium and the renovation and lighting of the UNCG Tennis Courts. Most recently, he added to the list the transformation of UNCG’s softball facility to become a top-of-the-line stadium venue, and the reconfiguration of seating in Fleming Gym, which added chairback seating on both sides and additional stands under one of the baskets. Under Bobb’s guidance, Spartan student-athletes have consistently graduated at a rate equal to or higher than the general student population at UNCG. Each of the last four academic years, more than 40 percent of UNCG’s student-athletes earned a 3.0 GPA or better. Last year, 114 of 237 student-athletes earned a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 for the academic year. Those aspects, among others, helped earn Bobb the AstroTurf Division I Southeast Region Athletic Director of the Year Award at last summer’s NACDA convention. In addition, Bobb was also enshrined in UNCG’s Athletics Hall of Fame last February as a part of the department’s 40th anniversary celebration. Other notable program accomplishments include completing the NCAA certification process for Division I institutions twice and successfully transitioning the department’s teams into Southern Conference membership. Under Bobb’s leadership, UNCG hosted the final two rounds of the 1997 and 1998 NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship, and was home to Olympic athletes from Norway for training prior to the Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996. Several other Olympic athletes visited and trained at UNCG during the acclimation process. Bobb was also a member of the Olympic Torch run committee in Greensboro for the 1996 Games. During his tenure, UNCG teams have won 36 conference tournament titles, 27 as an NCAA Division I member. They have also won 66 conference regular season titles, 40 of those since moving to NCAA Division I. UNCG earned the Commissioner’s Cup for overall excellence in the Big South for three consecutive years. While Bobb was athletic director in the 1980’s, the men’s soccer team won four Division III national championships and the women’s basketball team made five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances with a third-place finish in 1988. During his tenure at UNCG, Bobb has also served in various NCAA appointments,

including serving on one of the first NCAA Certification teams. From 1995-2000, he served on four such teams. From 1994 through 1998, Bobb served on the Division I Men’s Soccer National Committee and was on the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Soccer Rules Committee from 2000 through 2004, serving as chair in 2003 and 2004. This academic year, Bobb will serve on three Southern Conference committees, serving on the Committee on Committees, Constitution and By-Laws and the Men’s Soccer Sport Committee, of which he is the chair. On campus, Bobb is a member of the Chancellor’s Executive Staff and has been part of many governing bodies both inside and outside of athletics. He is one of the original members of the Greensboro Sports Commission, having served in the body since 1989. He is also a member of the Greensboro Sports Council. He has presented twice each to the NCAA Convention and the NACDA Convention. Bobb, a native of Gahanna, OH, oversees a staff of more than 60 full and parttime employees with administrative divisions of administration and business, student welfare, facilities and operations, external operations and integrated public affairs within the department. Before coming to UNCG, Bobb served as an assistant athletic director at Cornell University for five years. He also served as an assistant football coach at Cornell for nine seasons. A 1970 graduate of Kent State (OH) with a bachelor’s degree in education, Bobb also holds a master’s degree in secondary education from Kent. As an undergraduate, he was a three-year letterwinner on the football team as an offensive guard and earned All-Academic recognition from the Mid-American Conference as a junior. He was an all-conference choice his senior year. Bobb and his wife, Teresa, reside in Greensboro. He has a daughter, Reagan, and a son, Alexander.


Terry Ackerman Faculty Athletics Rep.

Sylvia Mims Associate AD

Rod Wyatt Associate AD

Dick Stewart Associate AD

Cathy Roberts Associate AD

Christy Avent Associate AD

Stacy Kosciak Special Asst. to AD

James Shipp Assistant AD

Jennifer Aguillar Assistant AD

Jackie Walsh Assistant AD

Gary Ross Assistant AD

Gary Klutts Assistant AD

Mark Williams Strength & Cond. Coach

Mike Hirschman Sports Info. Director

Paula Terrell Business Office

Emily Snow Internal Relations

Jana Henderson Compliance Director

John Comer Ticket Operations

Joanna Camp Academic Enhancement

Kwadjo Steele Academic Compliance

Erica Thornton Assoc. Trainer

Daisy Kovach Asst. Trainer

Jane Long Equipment Room

Linda Peronto Staff Secretary

Joann Cozart Staff Secretary


Spartan Athletics Phone / E-mail Directory Athletic Department Mailing Address: 1408 Walker Ave., 337 HHP Building, PO Box 26168, Greensboro, NC 27403 All Phones are area code (336) [WM] Denotes office located at West Market Street building [HHP] Denotes office located at HHP Building

Dr. Linda P. Brady, Chancellor Dr. Terry Ackerman, Faculty Athletics Rep.

Phone E-mail 334-5266 334-3474 taackerm@uncg.edu

ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION Nelson Bobb, Director of Athletics [HHP] 334-3000 ADMINISTRATION FAX 334-4063 Sylvia Mims, Assoc. AD - Administration [HHP] 334-5649 Cathy Roberts, Assoc. AD - Facilities/Internal Operations [HHP] 334-5537 Dick Stewart, Assoc. AD - Public Affairs [HHP] 334-4464 Rod Wyatt, Assoc. AD - Student Welfare [HHP] 256-0108 Christy Avent, Assoc. AD - External Operations [HHP] 334-5213 Stacy Kosciak, Special Asst. to the AD 256-1188

nebobb@uncg.edu sgmims@uncg.edu csrobert@uncg.edu restewar@uncg.edu jrwyatt@uncg.edu mcwilso2@uncg.edu sbmeadow@uncg.edu

ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT Joanna Camp, Academic Enhancement Director Kwadjo Steele, Academic Compliance Director

334-5172 jbcamp@uncg.edu 334-3465 kosteele@uncg.edu

334-3700 334-5925 334-5925 334-5925

jrshipp@uncg.edu eapearso@uncg.edu dmkovach@unccg.edu TBA

BUSINESS OFFICE Jackie Walsh, Asst. AD - Business [HHP] Paula Terrell, Accountant [HHP]

334-3253 jawalsh@uncg.edu 334-3367 paula_terrell@uncg.edu

256-0108 jrwyatt@uncg.edu 334-3254 jlhender@uncg.edu

334-5537 csrobert@uncg.edu 334-3226 jlaguilar@uncg.edu 334-3032 jelong@uncg.edu

334-4464 334-3420 334-5407 256-0550 334-3798

restewar@uncg.edu gmross@uncg.edu gpklutts@uncg.edu esnow@uncg.edu

334-3576 jmroach@uncg.edu 334-3786 d_root@uncg.edu 334-5156 h_sedwic@uncg.edu

SPORTS INFORMATION Mike Hirschman, Sports Information Director [HHP] (Men’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, M/W Tennis, M/W Golf) 334-5615 mwhirsch@uncg.edu TBA, Asst. Sports Information Director [HHP] (Women’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Softball)

334-5615

Colleen O’Connell, Asst. Sports Information Director [HHP] (Volleyball, Wrestling, Baseball, M/W Track & XC) 334-5615 c_oconne@uncg.edu SPORTS INFORMATION FAX 334-3182

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING Mark Williams, Strength & Conditioning Coach [HHP] Aaron Craft, Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach {HHP] SPORTS MEDICINE FAX

334-9861 mjwillia@uncg.edu 334-9861 TBA 256-0407

TICKETS John Comer, Ticket Manager [HHP]

334-3003 256-0120 334-4473 334-3003 334-3003

basketball@uncg.edu rljensen@uncg.edu kdeasley@uncg.edu basketball@uncg.edu basketball@uncg.edu

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Lynne Agee, Head Coach [HHP] Carol Peschel, Associate Head Coach [HHP] Jon Hines, Asst. Coach [HHP] KaLeah Latham, Asst. Coach [HHP]

334-4021 lcagee@uncg.edu 334-3002 capesche@uncg.edu 334-3754 jbhines@uncg.edu 334-3754

CROSS COUNTRY / TRACK & FIELD Linh Nguyen, Head Coach [HHP] Jennifer Severns, Asst. Coach [HHP]

334-4157 ltnguye3@uncg.edu 334-4157 jmsevern@uncg.edu

MEN’S GOLF 334-3122 tcstewar@uncg.edu

WOMEN’S GOLF Emily Maron, Head Coach [HHP]

334-5316 elmarron@uncg.edu

MEN’S SOCCER Michael Parker, Head Coach [HHP] Justin Maullin, Asst. Coach [HHP] Scott Brittsan, Asst. Coach [HHP]

Eddie Radwanski, Head Coach [HHP] Jeff Robbins, Asst. Coach [HHP]

Jennifer Herzig, Head Coach [HHP] Vanessa Oaks, Asst. Coach [HHP]

334-5222 mhparker@uncg.edu 334-5258 j_maulli@uncg.edu 334-5258

334-4474 eddie_rad@uncg.edu 334-3121

334-3250 jfcomer@uncg,.edu

334-5057 jlherzig@uncg.edu 334-5057

MEN’S TENNIS 334-4302 tamozur@uncg.edu

WOMEN’S TENNIS Jeff Trivette, Head Coach [HHP]

334-5581 uncgtennis@uncg.edu

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL Shawn Garus, Head Coach [HHP] Skydra Orzen, Asst. Coach [HHP]

SPARTAN CLUB Mike Roach, Spartan Club Director [WM] Donegan Root, Associate Director [WM] Helen Sedwick, Office Manager [WM]

Mike Dement, Head Coach [HHP] Rod Jensen, Associate Head Coach [HHP] Kevin Easley, Asst. Coach [HHP] Brian Judski, Asst. Coach [HHP] Ben Thompson, Dir. of Basketball Operations [HHP]

Thomas Mozur, Head Coach [HHP]

PUBLIC AFFAIRS - MARKETING Dick Stewart, Assoc. AD - Public Affairs [HHP] Gary Ross, Asst. AD - Public Affairs [WM] Gary Klutts, Asst. AD - Public Affairs [WM] Emily Snow, Internal Relations [WM] WEST MARKET STREET OFFICE FAX

MEN’S BASKETBALL

SOFTBALL

FACILITIES Cathy Roberts, Assoc. AD - Facilities [HHP] Jennifer Aguillar, Asst. AD - Facilities [HHP] Jane Long, Equipment Assistant [HHP]

334-3247 mggaski@uncg.edu 334-3247 j_athas@uncg.edu 334-3247 baseball@uncg.edu

WOMEN’S SOCCER

COMPLIANCE Rod Wyatt, Assoc. AD - Student Welfare [HHP] Jana Henderson, Compliance Director [HHP]

Mike Gaski, Head Coach Jamie Athas, Asst. Coach Dustin Ijames, Asst. Coach

Terrance Stewart, Head Coach [HHP]

ATHLETIC TRAINING James Shipp, Asst. AD - Athletic Training [HHP] Erica P. Thornton, Assoc. Athletic Trainer [HHP] Daisy Kovach, Assistant Athletic Trainer [HHP] Molly Weber, Assistant Athletic Trainer [HHP]

COACHING STAFFS BASEBALL (Office located in stadium)

334-5303 smgarus@uncg.edu 334-3001 shorzen@uncg.edu

WRESTLING Jason Loukides, Head Coach [HHP] Daren Burns, Asst. Coach [HHP]

334-5050 jcloukid@uncg.edu 334-5050


Team Inductions 1973 Women’s Golf Team (Inducted 2004) Won the first national championship of any kind for UNCG, competing in the AIAW National Tournament in Massachusetts... defeated Rollins College on the final hole for the championship.

1981-1982 Women’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2007) National Runners-up in the first-ever NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Tournament... amassed a record of 25-3, losing in overtime at Elizabethtown College (PA).... began a run of seven consecutive 20-win seasons for the women’s basketball program.

1982 Men’s Soccer Team (Inducted 2004) Won the NCAA Division III National Championship without a home field... facilities at UNCG were under renovation at the time, forcing the team to play its games at near-by Grimsley High School... the team finished 19-3-0, including a 3-0 win over Wake Forest during the regular season and a 2-1 win over Plymouth State in double overtime in the NCAA Quarterfinals.

1983 Women’s Tennis Team (Inducted 2008) With four freshmen and two sophomores, team compiled a 20-4 record, including 14-2 in the spring, and finished the NCAA Division III National Runnersup... Amy Brown and Lisa Zimmerman earned All-American honors that season.

Individual Inductions Lynne Agee - Women’s Basketball Coach, (Inducted 2004) The first active head coach to be enshrined... first coach in NCAA history to lead her team to the NCAA Tournament in all three divisions... more than 500 career wins to her credit.

Jim Allen - Administrator (Inducted 2003) Former vice chancellor for student affairs... had oversight on program’s move from Division III to I.

Maxine Allen - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2001) Garnered national attention as duckpin bowler... set world records and earned a top national ranking.

Mike Berticelli - Men’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to Division III national championships in 1982 and 1983... guided UNCG to 70-9-5 record (86.3%) in four seasons.

Nelson Bobb - Administrator (Inducted Feb. 2008) UNCG’s Director of Athletics for more than 25 years... Led the program through its transition from Division III to Division II to Division I and from the Big South Conference into the Southern Conference.

Mike Burke - Supporter (Inducted 2001) Led UNCG’s charge in scholarship fundraising... created first athletic endowment in 1987... raised funds toward a total endowment now valued at more than $4 million.

Marge Burns - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2000) Holds record of 10 North Carolina State Amateur Golf titles ... named Carolinas Outstanding Amateur five times ... qualified and played in 14 USGA Amateur Championships, as well as six US Open Tournaments.

Renee Coltrane - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2001) All-American as a junior (1983-84)... first women’s basketball player to exceed 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in a career.

Wendy Engelmann-Gettings Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2002) Scored 1,378 points and dished out a schoolrecord 574 assists.

Siggi Eyjolffson - Men’s Soccer (Inducted Sept. 2008) Threetime All-American and twotime Academic All-American. UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 185 points, recording 75 goals and 35 assists in his four seasons.

Mike Fleming - Supporter (Inducted 2000) UNCG supporter for more than two decades... UNCG named its basketball gymnasium the Michael Fleming Gymnasium on December 1, 1994.

Dr. June Galloway - Administrator (Inducted Feb. 2008) Served as the Coordinator of Women’s Athletics until her passing in 1974, helping to develop the first formal athletics program at UNCG.


Liz Gremillion - Volleyball (Inducted 2006) On of the best setters to ever play for the Spartans, recording over 4,000 assists in her career... named 1995 Big South Conference Player of the Year.

Belmar Gunderson - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2000) Participated from 1952-56 at Women’s College ... competed in four Wimbledons and 11 United States Lawn Tennis National Championships (now U.S. Open).

Larry Hargett - Men’s Basketball Coach (Inducted 2007) Coached UNCG to its first NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament berth, coming at the Division III level... finished the 1979-80 season 16-12 to earn its first NCAA bid.

Scott Hartzell - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2006) Led UNCG to its first Division I NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bid, in which UNCG nearly upset Cincinnati... graduated as UNCG’s all-time leading scorer and set every UNCG three-point shooting standard in his career... led the team in scoring in three of his four seasons.

Jason Haupt - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2001) Two-time firstteam All-American... led UNCG to a Division III national championship in 1987... UNCG’s all-time leader in goals scored with 77.

Winn Hazlegrove - Softball (Inducted 2005) Three-time CoSIDA Academic All-American honoree... one of UNCG’s greatest softball players, still ranked in the Top 10 in 20 statistical categories at the time of her induction (10 years after her graduation).

Pat Hielscher - Volleyball Coach (Inducted 2001) Coached UNCG’s first volleyball team in 1970 ... guided Spartans to a 106-30 record and a NCAIAW state title in 1974.

Elizabeth House - Media / Supporter (Inducted 2003) Former sports writer for The Carolinian and The News & Record covering UNCG athletics.

Lewis Johnstone - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to three straight national playoff appearances ... third all-time leading scorer in team history with 66 goals and 24 assists.

Ellie Jones - Women’s Tennis, Women’s Basketball, Field Hockey (Inducted 2003) One of UNCG’s most versatile student-athletes ever as she excelled in tennis, basketball and field hockey from 1969-73.

Dock Kelly - Wrestling (Inducted 2006) One of UNCG’s first-ever qualifiers for the NCAA Championships (1996)... compiled a 50-34 mark despite competing with birth defects that left him without part of an arm and a leg. Honored by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame with its Medal of Courage.

Dr. David B. Knight - Administrator Inducted (2004) Not only a leader in the transition from Division III to Division I, but a leader on the national scene as UNCG’s long-time Faculty Athletics Representative... became the only FAR to serve on the Division I, II and III levels... served as chair of the NCAA’s first Division I Academics / Eligibility / Compliance Cabinet and served as a consultant to the NCAA on numerous academic reform issues (for whom the current Knight Commission was named.)

Ethel Martus Lawther - Administrator (Inducted 2003) Served 26 years as head of Department of Physical Education (194871)... developed both men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic programs after Women’s College became UNCG in 1963.

Ali Lord - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2007) UNCG’s record holder for single-season and career goals... tallied 20 or more goals in three seasons... had a single-season record 26 goals in 1996, earning All-American honors... Big South Player of the Year in 1996 and SoCon Player of the Year in 1998.

Carol Mann - Women’s Golf (Inducted 2002) LPGA Hall of Fame member... earned 38 LPGA victories in 22 years on tour.

Tom Martin - Men’s Basketball, Supporter (Inducted 2002) UNCG’s first male president of Alumni Board of Directors... served as tri-captain of the first two UNCG men’s basketball teams.

Jill Masterman - Field Hockey (Inducted 2000) In the days of AIAW, a four-year standout on field hockey team and was a cocaptain as a senior in 1977.

Tonka Maynor - Baseball (Inducted 2007) Ten years after graduation, still ranked on the Top 10 list at UNCG in every offensive statistical category... hit .363 in his four seasons at UNCG, logging 239 hits... holds UNCG record for career RBI with 171.


Andrew Mehalko - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2002) Led UNCG to three (1983, 1985 and 1986) NCAA Division III National Championships in his four seasons with the Spartans.

Jo Ann Messick - Women’s Basketball, Women’s Tennis, Field Hockey (Inducted 2006) Three-sport competitor at UNCG in the 1970’s... four-year standout in field hockey, earning Deep South All-Star accolades three times... six-time participant in National Field Hockey Festivals, including three while at

Laura Mussulman - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2002) Member of first women’s soccer team... UNCG’s first great goalkeeper in women’s soccer with 18 career shutouts.

Michael Parker - Men’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2005) Second active coach to be inducted (first male)... winner of more than 400 collegiate matches, including more than 300 at UNCG... led Spartans to NCAA Division III National Championships in 1985, 1986 and 1987.

Eddie Radwanski - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to back-to-back Division III national championships in 1982 and 1983... two-time Division III All-American (1983 and 1984)... No. 1 draft pick in the 1985 Major Indoor Soccer League draft by the Dallas Sidekicks.

Cathy Roberts - Administrator (Inducted Feb. 2008) Has spent virtually entire career - beginning as a student - working in athletics at UNC Greensboro, overseeing athletic facilities and operations and serving as the Senior Women’s Administrator.

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Brian Moehler - Baseball

Dr. Frank Pleasants- Administrator

(Inducted 2005) UNCG’s first player to be drafted in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft... earned UNCG’s first-ever win over a Division I opponent and went onto pitch for Detroit and Florida in the major leagues.

(Inducted 2007) Served as the Coordinator of Men’s Athletics, helping to develop the first formal athletics program at UNCG beginning in 1967.

Chancellor Emeritus, William E. Moran - Administrator

Angie Polk-Jones - Women’s Basketball

(Inducted 2000) Served as Chancellor from 1979-94... guided UNCG from Division III to Division I in 1991... created the Spartan Club.

Becky Morgan - Women’s Golf (Inducted 2007) One of the most notable athletic alumni as a member of the LPGA Tour... won the Big South individual championship three times and earned Big South Player of the Year (1995, 1996, 1997)... a three-time All-American, won medalist honors 10 times... qualified for the NCAA Regional all four years, earning a spot in the national event three times... an Academic All-American in 1997...holds the UNCG records for lowest 18, 36 and 54-hole scores.

(Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to a 93-22 mark in her four years (1985-89) ... Division III AllAmerican as a junior... UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 1,585 points.

Nancy Porter, Women’s Golf Coach (Inducted 2005) One of the pioneers of women’s athletics at UNCG... coached the UNCG women’s golf team to the 1973 national championship... also considered one of UNCG’s first student-athletes, participating in women’s golf in the 1940’s.

Bruce Shaw - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG’s first-ever men’s basketball teams... scored 1,401 points, becoming UNCG’s first 1,000 point scorer... two-time All-Dixie Conference honoree.

Joe Stanton - Wrestling (Inducted 2008) Compiled a 98-25 mark in his four seasons at UNCG, qualifying for three NCAA Championships to make him the first male to qualify for an NCAA Championship as an individidual... was UNCG’s winningest wrestler for 11 years.

Mike Sweeney - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2003) Amassed 55 goals and 27 assists in his three seasons at UNCG (1980-83)... member of 1982 and 1983 NCAA III National Championship teams... led the team in scoring in 1981 and 1982 and was a first-team All-American in 1983.


Jim Swiggett - Coach, Administrator (Inducted 2006) Pioneer in men’s athletics at UNCG... served as men’s basketball coach from 1968-75 and started men’s golf program, serving as coach from 1967-79... also served as the university’s second Men’s Intercollegiate Division Coordinator.

Karyn Thompson Voelz - Softball (Inducted 2008) Most prolific hitter in UNCG softball history. Inducted 12 years after graduation and still ranked in Top 6 in 12 offensive categories... led UNCG to 149-86-2 mark and three NCAA Play-in series during her time at UNCG.

“The Big Five” (shown left to right) Chuck Hayes, Mike Weaver, Jim Melvin, Stanley Frnak, Charlie Reid

Helped establish NCAA Division I athletic programs at UNCG through scholarship funding and support.

Rita Wiggs - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to state NCAIAW title and AIAW Regional appearance in 1972... led UNCG in scoring for four straight seasons and finished with 1,347 career points.

Donna Friesen Wigton - Volleyball (Inducted 2003) Volleyball standout at UNCG (1970-73)... active contributor to the sport through coaching.. part of officiating crew at 1996 Olympics and 1993 World University Games.

About the Hall of Fame: The purpose of the UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame is to recognize and honor those special individuals, who through their superior athletic achievements or by their outstanding service, have made long-lasting, exemplary contributions to the UNCG athletics program. Persons to be recognized for the excellence of their achievements may include former athletes, coaches, administrators and other individuals who brought recognition and honor to both themselves and to UNCG. Ceremonies are traditionally held each Fall during Homecoming weekend. Nominations should be sent to: Hall of Fame Committee - c/o Stacy Kosciak UNCG Department of Athletics PO Box 26168 Greensboro, NC 27402 Additional Information Available Through: E-mail: sbmeadow@uncg.edu or on-line at www.uncgspartans.com


Student-athletes at UNCG have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success over the years. Although the athletic department just celebrated its 40th season last year, athletics at UNCG date back to the 1940’s in the days before the university became co-ed. Golfer Nancy Porter, who went on to a successful pro career, is regarded as one of UNCG’s first student-athletes, competing in tournaments on the national level in the late 1940s. In 1963, as the university prepared to go co-ed, UNCG began to formally organize athletic teams. Women’s basketball, under head coach Ellen Griffin, women’s tennis, women’s golf and field hockey were started. LPGA Hall of Famer Carol Mann was on one of the early UNCG women’s golf teams. In 1967, UNCG began men’s athletics and the intercollegiate athletics program received formal recognition from the University. In the fall of 1967, the Spartan was adopted as the program’s mascot. In 1968, UNCG’s men’s teams joined the Dixie Athletic Conference, known today as the USA South Conference on the NCAA Division III level. Women’s teams competed as part of the AIAW early on, with UNCG being one of the lead organizers of the organization. Two of the first men’s sports were basketball and bowling. In 1971, with the emergence of the five-player rule in women’s basketball, UNCG finished fourth in the National Collegiate Tournament. Two years later, the women’s golf team won the AIAW national title - UNCG’s first-ever team national crown. Nancy Porter coached the squad and future professional golfer Donna Horton White was on the squad. Since then, UNCG has enjoyed a number of successes. Five national titles in men’s soccer during the 1980s and a runner-up finish in women’s tennis. An unprecedented five-year move from Division III to Division II to Division I. A trip to the “Big Dance” - the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in just its fifth year of Division I status. Men’s soccer coach Michael Parker and women’s basketball coach Lynne Agee were the first to lead teams to the NCAA Tournament in all three divisions. A baseball squad built from scratch by Mike Gaski that made it to the NCAA Tournament in just its fifth season of play. A men’s soccer program that conquered all comers for two months to become the No. 1 team in the nation in 2004, the beginning of UNCG’s three straight NCAA Tournament Round of 16 appearances. Kyle Hines, who became just the sixth player in college basketball history to record 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds and 300 blocked shots in a career. Individuals like wrestler Dock Kelly, who overcame birth defects that left him without legs qualifying for the NCAA Championship. Students like Siggi Eyjolffson earned Academic All-American honors three times. From major league pitcher Brian Moehler to MLS champion Alejandro Moreno to LPGA star Becky Morgan, Spartan alumni have gone on to successful careers in sports. That success isn’t just limited to the playing field, either. The late Doug Hamilton was one of the pioneers within MLS and played on the UNCG national championship teams of the 1980s. Siggi Eyjolffson returned to his native Iceland and is one of the top people in his native country’s soccer federation, currently serving as their women’s national team head coach. S p a r t a n athletics has had its success stories over the years... and the best is yet to come.

National Championships (6) Women’s Golf – 1973 (AIAW) Men’s Soccer – 1982 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1983 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1985 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1986 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1987 (NCAA III)

Conference Tournament Titles (39 overall; 27 in NCAA Div. I) Women’s Volleyball – 1981 Women’s Basketball – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1983 Softball – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1984 Women’s Volleyball – 1984 Women’s Basketball – 1985 Women’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Basketball – 1988 Softball – 1988 Men’s Soccer – 1993 ** Softball – 1994 ** Women’s Soccer – 1994 ** Men’s Soccer – 1994 ** Softball – 1995 ** Men’s Golf – 1995 ** Women’s Golf – 1995 ** Men’s Tennis – 1995 ** Men’s Basketball – 1996 ** Men’s Golf – 1996 ** Women’s Golf – 1996 ** Softball – 1996 ** Women’s Soccer –1996 ** Men’s Soccer – 1996 ** Baseball – 1997 ** Women’s Tennis – 1997 ** Softball – 1997 ** Women’s Soccer –1997 Men’s Soccer –1998 Women’s Soccer –1998 Women’s Basketball – 1998 Men’s Basketball –2001 Women’s Soccer – 2001 Women’s Soccer – 2003 Men’s Soccer – 2005 Women’s Soccer – 2006 ++ Men’s Soccer – 2006

Conference Reg. Season Titles (74 overall; 40 in NCAA Div. I) Men’s Tennis – 1974 Men’s Basketball – 1981 Men’s Tennis – 1981 Women’s Volleyball – 1981 Men’s Soccer – 1981 Women’s Basketball – 1982 Softball – 1982 Women’s Tennis – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1982 Women’s Basketball – 1983 Softball – 1983

Women’s Tennis – 1983 Women’s Volleyball – 1983 Men’s Soccer – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1984 Softball – 1984 Men’s Tennis – 1984 Women’s Tennis – 1984 Women’s Volleyball – 1984 Men’s Soccer – 1984 Women’s Basketball – 1985 Women’s Tennis – 1985 Men’s Soccer – 1985 Men’s Tennis – 1986 Women’s Tennis – 1986 Men’s Soccer – 1986 Men’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Tennis – 1987 Men’s Soccer – 1987 Men’s Basketball – 1988 Women’s Basketball – 1988 Men’s Tennis – 1988 Women’s Tennis – 1988 Softball – 1993 Women’s Basketball – 1993 Men’s Soccer – 1993 Women’s Soccer – 1993 Women’s Basketball – 1994 Baseball – 1994 ** Men’s Soccer – 1994 Women’s Soccer – 1994 Men’s Basketball – 1995 Women’s Basketball – 1995 Softball – 1995 Men’s Soccer – 1995 Women’s Soccer – 1995 Volleyball – 1995 Men’s Basketball – 1996 Women’s Basketball – 1996 Softball – 1996 Men’s Soccer – 1996 Women’s Soccer – 1996 Softball – 1997 Baseball – 1997 Women’s Basketball – 1997 ** Women’s Soccer – 1997 ** Men’s Soccer - 1997 ** Women’s Basketball – 1998 ** Baseball – 1998 ** Women’s Soccer – 1998 ** Men’s Soccer – 1998 ** Women’s Basketball – 1999 ** Women’s Soccer – 2000 ** Men’s Tennis – 2001 ** Women’s Soccer – 2001 ** Women’s Basketball – 2002 ** Men’s Basketball – 2002 Men’s Soccer – 2004 ** Women’s Soccer – 2004 ** Men’s Soccer – 2005 ** Women’s Soccer – 2006 ** ++ Men’s Soccer – 2006 ** Women’s Soccer - 2007** ** denotes officially recognized conference champion


The Spartan Club is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to secure scholarship support for the more than 225 student-athletes who compete in 16 men’s and women’s NCAA Division I athletic programs at UNCG. UNCG proudly proclaims that 100 percent of Spartan Club contributions go directly to athletic scholarships for deserving student-athletes.

Methods of Giving Cash, Checks and Credit Card Gifts:

Provide the yearly financial resources needed to operate the athletic program. Payments may be spread over the course of a fiscal year (July 1-June 30), but all pledges must be paid by June 30. The University accepts cash, checks and credit cards (American Express, MasterCard, Visa).

Employer Matching Gifts:

Matching gifts double or triple the impact of your gift and increase your membership level. Be sure to enclose your matching gift form with application and donation and associate benefits.

Athletic Scholarship Endowments:

These provide tuition, room, melas, books and fees on an annual basis for a studentathlete. Pay tribute to someone’s life and accomplishments or leave your own legacy while strengthening UNCG’s athletic program.

Planned and Estate Gifts:

These gifts include life income arrangements from trusts, annuities, income funds, as well as life insurance policies and individual estate bequests, such as cash or real estate.

Endowed Athletic Scholarships

A named endowment to support athletic scholarships may be created with a commitment of $50,000 or more. The endowment generates income that is awarded to student-athletes on an annual basis. Lynne C. Agee Fund James H. Allen Fund Alma W. Barrier Fund Smith Barrier Fund Irwin Belk Fund Aaron Michael Bobb Fund Mike and Nancy Burke Fund Bobbi Carson Fund Michael B. Fleming Athletic Scholarship Fund Robert A. and Mary C. Fleming Fund Stanley and Dorothy Frank Fund J. Douglas Galyon Fund Ellen Griffin Fund Lester Earl Gross III Athletic Scholarship Fund

Charles A. Hayes Fund David Bates Knight Endowment C. Thomas and Mary Martin Fund Karl Mayer Fund Jim Melvin Fund Charles C. Moyer Fund Victor M. Nussbaum, Jr. Fund Nancy Ann Porter Fund Charles M. Reid Fund Rayna Matea Taylor Fund H. Michael Weaver Fund

Six additional funds that are on their way to reaching endowment status include: Dr. Richard and Sharon Beavers Scholarship Fund Rich Brenner Endowed Fund Nathan W. and Robyn E. Jameson Fund Gary, Marilyn and Jordan Smith Fund Patricia A. Hielscher Volleyball Athletic Scholarship Becky Jackson Fund

UNCG Spartan Club PO Box 41230 Greensboro, NC 27404-1230 Director: Mike Roach

Annual Scholarships

An annual scholarship may be created with a commitment of $10,000 or more over a four-year period. Dr. Richard & Sharon Beavers - Men’s Basketball Chris & Laura Bott - Men’s Basketball David L. and Martha P. Brown - Men’s Basketball Marc & Janis Bush - Women’s Soccer First Citizens Bank - Men’s Golf Randy Clarida - Women’s Basketball Carolyn and Art Green - Men’s Basketball Doug Hamilton - Men’s Soccer Leaton Harris - Women’s Soccer George Hoyle - Men’s Soccer Kurt and Joy Kronenfeld -Women’s Soccer Mayer Textile Machine Corporation - Men’s Basketball Piedmont Orthopedics - Comeback Player of the Year (two) Alan and Laura Pike - Men’s Basketball Bob and Laura Pitts - Men’s Soccer Shamrock Corporation - Men’s Tennis Shamrock Corporation - Women’s Tennis Jerry & Ellyn Steinhorn - Men’s Tennis Rod Wyatt - Cross Country

Phone: (336) 334-5156 Fax: (336) 334-5319 www.spartanclub.org

Associate Director: Donegan Root

Office Manager: Helen Sedwick

Raising scholarship funds for UNCG student-athletes


Spartan Club Executive Committee Chair: Kurt Kronenfeld ‘79 - Vice President, Senn Dunn Insurance Jack Arehart, ‘76 - Senior Vice President, Compass Capital Corporation Samantha F. Brumbaugh ‘99 - Attorney at Cairo, Ferguson, Brumbaugh, Stroupe, PLLC Chuck Burns - Area Vice President, First Citizens Bank Randy Clarida ‘98 - Investigator/CSO, Food & Drug Administration Katie Dannemiller - Vice President of Operations, Greensboro Grasshoppers Michael H. Godwin - Attorney at Schell, Bray, Aycock, Abel & Livingston, PLLC Keith Grandberry ‘89 - President & CEO, Winston-Salem Urban League Carolyn T. Green ‘70 - Executive Director, Piedmont Senior Care, PLLC Leaton Harris - Director of Business Operations, TEK Systems George Hoyle, ‘90 - Managing Partner, Compass Financial Partners, LLC Dean Little, III - Secretary/Treasurer of Yost & Little Kevin McCoy ‘02 - Vice President, South Atlantic Lumber Chris Relos ‘84 - Registered Rep, Plybon & Associates, Inc. Ben Sirmons ‘74 - Assistant General Council, UNIFI, Inc. Jeff Taylor ‘83 - Controller, Pope Companies Ex-Officio Members Dr. Patti Stewart - Vice Chancellor for University Advancement, UNCG Marc Bush - President, Greensboro Sports Commission Dick Stewart, Associate Director of Athletics, UNCG Dr. Terry Ackerman, Faculty Athletics Rep, UNCG Nelson Bobb - Director of Athletics, UNCG Advisor C. Thomas Martin ‘70 - Former Director of Planning, City of Greensboro

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