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2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f University Facts

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Location....................................................................Greensboro, N.C.

Quick Facts....................................................................................... 2

Founded......................................................................................1891

Under Armour................................................................................... 3

Enrollment.................................................. 18,502 (14,664 undergrad)

This Is UNCG................................................................................. 4-7

Nickname.............................................................................. Spartans Colors.................................................................... Gold, White & Navy Affiliation..................................................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................................................Southern Chancellor................................................................ Dr. Linda P. Brady Director of Athletics............................................................ Kim Record Alma mater.....................................................................Virginia, 1984 Athletics Department phone............................................ 336-334-5952

The Spartan Way........................................................................... 8-9 UNCG Champions In 2011-12...................................................... 10-11 Spartan Success......................................................................... 12-13 Head coach Terrence Stewart...................................................... 14-15 Assistant coach Dr. Bob Christina...................................................... 15 2012-13 Men’s Golf Roster............................................................... 16 2012-13 Schedule........................................................................... 16 Meet The Team.......................................................................... 17-23 Grandover Resort............................................................................ 24 2011-12 Season In Review............................................................... 25

Media Relations Office

Record Book.............................................................................. 26-27

Director (men’s soccer)................................................Matt McCollester

Bridgestone Golf Collegiate......................................................... 28-29

Email..................................................... matt.mccollester@uncg.edu

Chancellor Dr. Linda P. Brady............................................................ 30

Cell phone................................................................. 336-676-3407

Director of Athletics Kim Record....................................................... 31

Assistant Director............................................................. Justin Glover Email............................................................justin.glover@uncg.edu Cell phone................................................................. 336-482-7568 Assistant Director................................................................Chip Welch Email.............................................................. chip.welch@uncg.edu Cell phone................................................................. 336-420-6342 Media Relations Assistant.............................................. Nakia Parmalee Director of New Media...................................................... Dacia Ijames Email................................................................ dnijames@uncg.edu Media Relations phone.................................................... 336-334-5615 Media Relations Office address....................................... UNCG Athletics

Athletics Hall Of Fame................................................................ 32-35 Spartan Club.............................................................................. 36-37 Campus Map................................................................................... 38 2012-13 Men’s Golf Guide Credits The 2012-13 UNCG men’s golf guide was designed and edited by Director of Media Relations, Matt McCollester. Editorial assistance was provided by assistant directors Chip Welch and Justin Glover. Additional assistance was provided by Director of New Media Dacia Ijames and media relations intern Nakia Parmalee. Photography was provided by Carlos Morales, Tim Cowie, Dano Keeney, WG Sports, Willis Glasgow, Chris English, John Bell, Houston Dynamo, UNCG University Relations Photographers and others.

. ....................................PO Box 26168, Greensboro, NC 27402-6168 Website........................................................... www.uncgspartans.com UNCG Men’s Golf Team Information Head coach................................................................ Terrance Stewart Alma mater............................................................ Lenoir-Rhyne, 1994 Email..........................................................terrance.stewart@uncg.edu Office phone.................................................................. 336-202-5337 Assistant coach...........................................................Dr. Bob Christina Email.................................................................... rchristina@uncg.edu

Head coach Terrance Stewart


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Student-athletes at UNCG have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success over the years. Although the athletic department celebrated its 45th season in 2010-11, athletics at UNCG date back to the 1940s 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. 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 -- went from Division III in 1987, to Division II in 1988-90 and have been Division I since 1991. • 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 and four in five years. • 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, who earned Academic All-American honors three times. • Men’s basketball games moved off campus to the Greensboro Coliseum, one of the premier facilities in the country. 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. 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. Spartan athletics has had its success stories over the years … and the best is yet to come.


National Championships (Six Overall) 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 (44 overall; 32 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

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Conference Regular Season Titles (84 overall; 50 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 ** Women’s Soccer 2008 ** Women’s Soccer 2009 ** Men’s Soccer 2010 ** Women’s Soccer 2010 ** Men’s Soccer 2011 ** Men’s Cross Country 2011 ** Women’s CC 2011 ** Men’s Basketball 2012 ^ Women’s Tennis 2012 ** Women’s Soccer 2012 ** ** denotes officially recognized conference champion ^ SoCon North Division title


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12th Season As Head Coach • Lenoir-Rhyne, 1994

Terrance Stewart enters his 12th season as the head men’s golf coach at UNCG in 2012-13. Stewart has been at the helm of the program since August 15, 2001. In his 11 seasons leading the program, the Spartans have finished in the top five in the Southern Conference Championships seven times, including a program-best second place finishes in 2011 and 2004. In 2011, the Spartans posted an 866 team score to finish just five shots off Georgia Southern’s lead at the Country Club of South Carolina. Stewart has led seven individuals to top five finishes at the SoCon Championships during his tenure, highlighted by the 2007 individual title won by J.D. Bass. Bass posted a 3-under par 213 (72-73-68) two win the SoCon title by one stroke. Additionally, Ryan Heisey (2010) and Nathan Stamey (2008) posted runner-up finishes in the league championship under Stewart’s guidance. Stewart has coached 13 All-Southern Conference selections in 11 years, including multiple selections in both 2006 and 2011. The Spartans have also placed one player on the five-member SoCon All-Freshman Team each year since its inception in 2009, including current Spartan Alex Ehlert last year. The 2011 SoCon Championships saw the Spartans post their best team finish as tournament runner-up just five strokes off the pace. Will Almand led UNCG with a 2-under par fourth place finish while Kyle Sonday (8th), Robert Hoadley (15th) and Andy Knox (25th) rounded out the Spartans in the top 25. Both Hoadley and Sonday earned All-SoCon honors in 2011 as well. The 2009-10 campaign saw Hoadley earn All-SoCon honors and All-Freshman accolades while winning his first collegiate tournament, the Pinehurst Intercollegiate. UNCG posted two team titles during the season with a remarkable 11-shot comeback on the final day of the Georgetown Intercollegiate as well as the Towson Invitational title where it placed five golfers in the top 12 individually. The Spartans capped the season with a third place finish at the SoCon Championships with a 3-over par score of 867. In 2008-09, Stewart directed the Spartans to a trio of top-five team finishes during the season. UNCG placed third at the Palma Del Mar while posting fifth place finishes at both the Bridgestone Collegiate and the Towson Intercollegiate. Will Bowman tied for fifth at the SoCon Championship and earned All-Southern Conference honors. He also picked up his first career win during the season, taking medalist honors at the Palma Del Mar Intercollegiate. The 2007-08 season was a memorable one for the Spartans as Stamey finished second at the Southern Conference Championship with a 1-under par 215. He also became the first Spartan in the NCAA Division I era to earn a spot as an individual in the NCAA postseason and the first Spartan at any level to earn a spot in the postseason since 1981. In 2006-07, the Spartans finished fifth in the Southern Conference Championship. The team was led by Bass, who won the individual championship with a 3-under par 213, marking the Spartans first individual champion as a member of the SoCon. Additionally, UNCG captured the title at the 2006 Sam Hall Intercollegiate, ending with a six-under-par 845, a school-record 54-hole total. 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 Stamey’s fourth-place finish, which earned him second team All-Conference honors. In 2004-05, UNCG placed fourth at the SoCon Championships, while Jake Lowder and Bass were each named to the SoCon All-Conference team for their efforts during the course of the season. Led by Stamey’s first-place finish in the opening tournament 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 – what is now UNCG’s annual fall Bridgestone Collegiate – in the final tournament of the regular season. Sandwiched in between, Stewart watched as the Spartans posted top-five finishes in five of their other seven regular-season tournaments, including a second-place showing at the 49er Collegiate Classic. The 2003-04 campaign was a breakthrough season as the Spartans posted a tie for second at the SoCon Championship, which represented the best finish in school history. In March 2004, the Spartans claimed top honors at the WinthropWaterford Invitational. The tournament crown for the Spartans was their first since the 1999-2000 season, when UNCG took top honors at the Southern California Intercollegiate. Andy Bare and Bass took home medalist honors in two tournaments each. Bare was named First Team All-SoCon for the second consecutive season while Nick Baker was named


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f Second-Team All-SoCon. In just his second season, Stewart guided the Spartan squad to a fifth-place finish in the 2003 SoCon Championship. At the time, it was the program’s best finish 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. There, he served as head coach for both the men’s and women’s golf teams. In that time, he 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 while two players earned spots in the National Tournament as individuals. Stewart graduated from Lenoir-Rhyne in 1994 with a degree in Sports Management. He and his wife, Yvonne, are the proud parents of sons Spencer and Thomas.

Fourth season as assistant Coach

Dr. Bob Christina, a nationally recognized authority on the psychology of golf learning and perfomance is in this fifth season as an assistant coach for the UNCG men’s golf team. He currently serves as golf research and educational consultant to the Pinehurst Golf Academy, PGA of America, LPGA T&C, Golf Magazine and its Top 100 Teachers, Precision Golf School of the Triad and the Steering Committee of the World Scientific Congress of Golf. In 2008, he was named one of Golf Magazine’ Innovators of the Year along with former Tour greats Arnold Palmer, Lee Elder and several others. In 2009, his research with Eric Alpenfels (Director of the Pinehurst Golf Academy) on how to practice golf skills to learn to effectively take them to golf course won The Outstanding Research Award at the World Scientific Congress of Golf. He and Eric have published over 30 research-based articles (eight of which were cover stories) on the learning and performance of golf skills in Golf Magazine since 2003. Some of their golf research has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, and he has appeared on the Golf Channel, NBC and CNN. Their 2005 article titled A New Way to Putt that appeared as a cover story in Golf Magazine won the National Magazine’s Editor’s Award, which was the first time any golf magazine has ever won this award. Emanating from this putting article and their research was a book titled Instinct Putting that was published in 2009. “Obviously, to have someone of Dr. Christina’s knowledge and ability join our staff is phenomenal,” head coach Terrance Stewart said upon Christina’s hiring. He has been a great asset to our program.” Early in his career, Dr. Christina coached various sports (including golf) at the high school and university levels. He spent most of his professorial and academic career at Penn State University before coming to UNCG as Dean of the School of Health and Human Performance and Professor of Kinesiology in 1992. During his 35-year academic career he distinguished himself as a researcher, scholar, teacher and administrator. He has authored more than 150 scientific and professional articles and 11 books. A prolific speaker, he has given over 400 scholarly and professional presentations throughout the United States and abroad; and he served on a National Research Committee of the National Academy of Sciences. Dr. Christina, who holds a Bachelor’s degree from Ithaca College and Master’s and Ph. D. degrees from the University of Maryland, retired as Dean and Professor from UNCG in 2001. Currently, he holds the academic title of Emeritus Dean of the School of Health and Human Sciences and Professor of Kinesiology.


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f 2012-13 UNCG Men’s Golf Name Wilson Brown Taylor Coalson Roy Dixon Alex Ehlert Luke Haithcock Robert Hoadley William Thomas Matt Younts

Ht. 5-9 6-3 6-0 5-8 6-1 5-8 5-8 5-5

Cl. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr.

Exp. HS HS 1L 1L HS 3L HS 3L

Hometown/Previous School Statesville, N.C./Forsyth Country Day Dobson, N.C./North Surry Salisbury, N.C./Salisbury Raleigh, N.C./Athens Drive Burlington, N.C./Williams Southern Pines, N.C./Union Pines Raleigh, N.C./Thomas Green Hope Stokesdale, N.C./Northwest Guilford

Head Coach: Terrance Stewart, 12th season at UNCG Assistant Coach: Dr. Bob Christina, fourth season at UNCG

2012-13 Men’s Golf Schedule Dates Event Location Sept. 15-16 at Tarheel Intercollegiate (Finely GC) Chapel Hill, N.C. Sept. 24-25 at VCU Shootout (Hermitage CC) Richmond, Va. Oct. 15-16 Oct. 19-20 Oct. 27-28

at Auto Trader Collegiate (Berkeley Hills CC) at Wolfpack Intercollegiate (Lonnie Poole GC) BRIDGESTONE GOLF COLLEGIATE (Grandover East)

Feb. 16-17 Feb. 25-26

CAROLINA CUP (High Point Match Play) (Grandover East) at WSU Snowman Getaway (Palm Valley GC)

March 10-12 March 24-26

at Pinehurst Intercollegiate (Pinehurst #2/#6) at C&F Bank Intercollegiate (Kingsmill Resort)

April 1-2 April 8-9 April 21-23

at Bancorp South Intercollegiate (Reunion CC) at Gary Koch Invitational (Old Memorial GC) at SoCon Championships (Daniel Island Club)

May 16-18

NCAA Regionals (TBA)

TBA

May 28- June 2

NCAA Championships (Capital City Club)

Atlanta, Ga.

Duluth, Ga. Raleigh, N.C.

Host UNC VCU Georgia State NC State

Greensboro, N.C.

UNCG

Greensboro, N.C.

UNCG

Goodyear, Ariz.

Washington State

Pinehurst, N.C.

Pinehurst Resort

Williamsburg, Va. Madison, Miss. Tampa, Fla. Charleston, S.C.

William & Mary Ole Miss Auburn/Kentucky SoCon TBA Georgia Tech


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Senior • Southern Pines, N.C./Union Pines Senior (2012-13) Played in all five fall tournaments with a 76.47 stroke average ... Finished tied for 34th at the Tar Heel Intercollegiate, firing a 223 (75-72-76) ... Placed 57th overall with a 239 score (85-74-80) at the VCU Shootout (Sept. 24-25) ... Added a 47th place finish at the Auto Trader Collegiate (Oct. 15-16) with a 228 (75-73-80) and a 42nd place finish at the Wolfpack Intercollegiate (Oct. 19-20) with a 225 (75-78-72). Junior (2011-12) Played a total of 31 rounds, competing in 11 tournaments … SoCon Academic Honor Roll … SoCon Academic All-Conference … Won the individual title at the Wolfpack Intercollegiate (Oct 3-4) after firing his best three-round total 209 (69-68-72) … Lowest 18-hole score also came at the Wolfpack Intercollegiate where he carded a 3-under par 68 in the second-round … Finished the season with a stroke average of 75.16. Sophomore (2010-11) Earned All-Southern Conference honors after recording a team-best 73.03 stroke average and posting five top 20 finishes in 12 events … Played all 34 rounds … Had six rounds of 70 or lower … Finished as the runner-up at the VCU Shootout in September after shooting 209 (71-70-68) … Shot a career-low 67 in the second round of the Georgetown Invitational in October, on his way to a tie for 10th … Tied for sixth at the Pinehurst Intercollegiate in March, shooting 67 in the final round … Tied for 15th at the SoCon Championship. Freshman (2009-10) Earned All-Southern Conference and SoCon All-Freshman honors … Led UNCG with a 73.03 stroke average … Turned in two top-10 finishes and four top-20 finishes … Earned his first career win at the Pinehurst Intercollegiate, firing a three-round total of 213 (70-72-71) … Tied for ninth at the Fireline Towson Invitational … Tied for 15th at the Southern Conference Championship and tied for 20th at the Administaff ASU Invitational … Had his best 54-hole total at the Administaff ASU Invitational, shooting 70-70-72 for a 212 … Turned in a season-low round of 69 at the VCU Shootout … Member of the Dean’s List in the fall semester and the Chancellor’s List both semesters. Amateur Won the 2007 North Carolina Junior Championship and was runner-up in 2006 … Tied for seventh at the 2007 Big “I” National Championship … Was a 2009 U.S. Amateur Public Links qualifier, earning a spot in match play … Tied for fifth at the 2009 AJGA Golf Pride … tied for eighth at the 2010 Toshiba North Carolina Open … Ranked as high as No. 14 in Golfweek’s rankings … Named the Carolinas Golf Association’s top-ranked player in North Carolina. High School Was a two-time 3A state champion for Union Pines High School, winning titles in 2007 and 2009 … Two-time Cape Fear Valley Conference Player of the Year … Member of the National Honor Society and the Key Club. Personal Robert T. Hoadley … Born May 16, 1991, in Harrisburg, Pa. … Son of Stephen and Toni Hoadley … Majoring in marketing.

Robert Hoadley’s Career Statistics

Year Rounds Strokes Average Low 2012-13 15 1147 76.47 72 2011-12 31 2330 75.16 68 2010-11 34 2483 73.03 67 2009-10 32 2337 73.03 69

Top Finish 34th 1st 2nd 1st


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Senior • Stokesdale, N.C./Northwest Guilford Senior (2012-13) Played in all five tournaments this fall with a 78.07 stroke average ... Tallied a third round score of 74 at the Tar Heel Intercollegiate (Sept. 15-16) to finish in 81st with a three-day total of 239 (78-87-74) ... Finished tied for 33rd overall at the VCU Shootout (Sept. 24-25), posting a 230 score (70-82-78) ... His first round score of 70 was a season-low, tying his career-best score ... Posted a 45th place finish at the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate (Oct. 27-28) with a 229 (74-80-75). Junior (2011-12) Competed in two tournaments, playing five total rounds … Co-president of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee … shot a seasonbest round during the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate at Forest Oaks Country Club (Oct 29-30) with a 77 … Carded a three-round total of 247 (83-83-81) at the VCU Shootout in Richmond, Va., (Sept 27-28) to finish in 90th overall … Completed the season with an 82.60 stroke average. Sophomore (2010-11) Participated in eight tournaments, playing in 24 rounds … Finished the season with a 76.71 stroke average … Shot a season-low 70 during the final round of the Rod Myers Invitational in October … Best finish was 36th at the VCU Shootout … Shot 70 in the second round of the Georgetown Invitational the next week. Freshman (2009-10) Appeared in two tournaments, posting a 78.50 stroke average … Shot a season-low 232 (79-77-76) at the Fireline Towson Invitational … Had his best round of the season in the third round, shooting a 76 … Competed in the UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate … Member of the Dean’s List and the Chancellor’s List both semesters. Amateur Finished second in the 2008 North Carolina Big “I” Championship … Won the 2007 Tarheel Junior Championship … Finished third in the 2009 Forest Oaks Invitational … Tied for seventh in the 2010 Cardinal Amateur … Competed in the 2010 U.S. Amateur Championship after earning his spot with a second-place showing in the sectional qualifier. High School Was the Metro 4A Player of the Year in 2009 for Northwest Guilford High School … Earned All-Metro 4A honors all four years … Member of the 2009 “We the People” state championship team, which studies the Constitution and its impact and competes against other teams from other schools … Member of the Leadership Class from 2007-09 … Earned a Merit Award scholarship from UNCG’s Bryant School of Business and Economics. Personal Matthew Walter Franklin Younts … Son of Andy and Jackie Younts … Parents are both UNCG graduates … Has an older brother, Drew, who was also a golfer at UNCG … Majoring in entrepreneurship.

Matt Younts’ Career Statistics

Year Rounds Strokes Average Low 2012-13 15 1171 78.07 70 2011-12 5 413 82.60 77 2010-11 24 1841 76.71 70 2009-10 6 471 78.50 76

Top Finish 33rd 84th 36th 66th


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Sophomore • Salisbury, N.C./Salisbury Sophomore (2012-13) Played in all five tournaments in the fall with a 77.13 stroke average ... Shot a 232 in his first tournament of the season at the Tar Heel Intercollegiate (Sept. 15-16) ... Finished in 47th place in the VCU Shootout (Sept. 24-25) with a 235 score (80-76-79) ... Shot a 10-over par 226 (73-79-73) at the Wolfpack Intercollegiate (Oct. 19-20) to finish in a tie for 46th place ... Recorded his top finish of the fall at the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate (Oct. 27-28) with a 35th place showing after carding an 8-over par 224 (78-69-77) ... His second round of 69 at the Bridgestone was his best round of the fall and second-lowest 18-hole total of his career. Freshman (2011-12) Appeared in nine tournaments, competing in a total of 25 rounds … Named to the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll and a Commissioner’s Medal recipient ... Best three-round score came in the VCU Shootout (Sept 27-28) where he carded a total of 220 (68-73-79) … Lowest 18-hole score also came in the VCU Shootout, carding a 4-under par first round of 68 … Turned in his highest finish of the season at the Gary Koch Invitational (April 7-8) with a tie for 32nd overall … Stroke average of 76.12 for the year. High School 2011 graduate of Salisbury High in Salisbury, N.C. … Four-year letter winner in golf … Lettered one year in soccer … Threetime conference player of the year in golf … Four-time all-conference selection and two-time Rowan County Player of the Year choice … All-region and 2nd-team All-State as a senior … Won the 2011 2A state championship. Personal Roy G. Dixon … Born April 10, 1993 … Son of Glenn and Beth Dixon … Mother is a district court judge … Business Administration/Political Science major.

Roy Dixon’s Career Statistics

Year Rounds Strokes Average Low 2012-13 15 1157 77.13 69 2011-12 25 1903 76.12 68

Top Finish 35th 32nd


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Sophomore • Raleigh, N.C./Athens Drive Sophomore (2012-13) Played in four out of the five fall tournaments with a 76.67 stroke average ... Finished tied for 47th in his first tournament of the year at the VCU Shootout (Sept. 24-25) with a 235 (81-73-81) ... Added a 35th place finish at the Wolfpack Intercollegiate (Oct. 19-20) with a 238 (84-76-78) ... Posted his best score of the fall with a 5-over par 221 (73-69-79) at the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate (Oct. 27-28), including a second round score of 69. Freshman (2011-12) Competed in eleven tournaments, playing a total of 31 rounds … SoCon Academic Honor Roll … Recipient of the Commissioner’s Medal … Lowest three-round total came at the VCU Shootout (Sept 27-28) recording a 1-over par 217 (70-77-70) … Recorded a pair of top 10 finishes … Tied for eighth overall at the Pinehurst Intercollegiate (Mar 10-11) with a total of 219 (75-74-70) and at the C&F Bank Intercollegiate (March 25-27) shooting a 4-over par 217 (69-75-73) … Lowest one-round total came in the first day of the C&F Bank Intercollegiate firing a 69 … Ended the season with a 74.91 stroke average. High School 2011 graduate of Athens Drive High in Raleigh, N.C. … Four-year letterwinner … Four-time all-conference selection and four-time team MVP … Named conference player of the year as a senior … 2009 NCHSAA Mid-East Regional champion … Runner-up at the 2009 CGA Dogwood State Championship … Reached the round of 16 at the North Carolina Amateur Match Play Championship. Personal Alex Michael Ehlert … Born Feb. 19, 1993 … Son of Kurt and Lori Ehlert … Both parents attended the University of Wisconsin.

Alex Ehlert’s Career Statistics

Year Rounds Strokes Average Low 2012-13 12 920 76.67 69 2011-12 34 2547 74.91 69

Top Finish 19th 8th


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f

Freshman • Dobson, N.C./North Surry Freshman (2012-13) Played in all five fall tournaments, owning a team-low 75.33 stroke average ... Finished 45th in his first career tournament at the Tar Heel Intercollegiate (Sept. 15-16) ... Posted a 225 with scores of 75-76-74 ... Placed 38th in the VCU Shootout (Sept. 24-25), carding a 232 (81-76-75) ... Had his top finish of the fall with an eighth place standing at the Auto Trader Collegiate (Oct. 15-16) with a three-round score of 216 ... Shot 1-over par 72 in round one, a 3-over par 74 in round two before turning in his best round of the fall with a 1-under par 70 to close out the tournament ... Added a 46th place finish at the Wolfpack Intercollegiate (Oct. 1920) and a 54th place finish at the Bridgeston Golf Collegiate (Oct. 27-28). High School Four-year letterwinner at North Surry High School for coach Daniel Johnson … Two-time All-State selection for the Greyhounds … Won the North Carolina Individual State Championship in 2011-12 … Winner of the Joe Cheeves Invitational in 2011. Personal Full name is Taylor Bradley Coalson … Born August 21, 1994 … Son of Brad and Theresa Coalson … Has one sister, Sydni … Intends to major in business administration.

Taylor Coalson’s Career Statistics

Year Rounds Strokes Average Low 2012-13 15 1130 75.33 70

Top Finish 8th


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f

Freshman • Burlington, N.C./Williams Freshman (2012-13) Played in all five fall tournaments with a 75.60 stroke avearege ... Finsihed tied for 40th in his first career tournament at the Tar Heel Intercollegiate (Sept. 15-16) ... Posted a 224 score (73-7279), including an even-par 72 in round two ... Recorded his highest finish of his young career with a 14th place showing at the VCU Shootout (Sept. 24-25), carding a 223 (73-71-79) ... Added a 40th place finish at the Autro Trader Collegiate (Oct. 15-16) with a 227 (72-76-79) and a 45th place finish at the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate (Oct. 27-28) with a 229 (77-73-79). High School Four-year letterwinner at Walter M. Williams High School for coach Tommy Cole … Named the Mid-State Conference Player of the Year as a senior when he helped his team to a regional runner-up finish … Led the Bulldogs to the State Championship title his junior year … Finished in the Top 10 of his senior class … Participated in Habitat for Humanity and the DREAM Team. Personal Full name is Luke Stanley Haithcock … Born October 21, 1993 … Son of Stanley and Glea Haithcock … Has two sisters, Leah and Abby, and one brother, Jacob … Intends to major in business administration.

Luke Haithcock’s Career Statistics

Year Rounds Strokes Average Low 15 1134 75.60 71 14th

Top Finish


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f

Freshman • Statesville, N.C./Forsyth Country Day 2012-13 (Freshman) Played in two tournaments in the fall -- The Wolfpack Intercollegiate (Oct. 19-20) and the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate (Oct. 27-28) ... Posted a three-round score of 236 to finish tied for 66th at the Wolfpack, including a 18-hole low score of 75 in round two. High School Two-year letterwinner at Forsyth Country Day School for coach Dennis Ring … Named All-Conference and All-County both seasons at Forsyth Country Day as he led the team to back-to-back conference championships … Helped the Furies finish as runner-up at the State Championships his senior season. Personal Full name is Wilson Jay Brown Jr. … Born August 26, 1993 … Son of Jay and Leslie Brown … Has two brothers, Cordie Stewart and Lawson Brown … Intends to major in business administration.

Wilson Brown’s Career Statistics

Year Rounds Strokes Average Low 2012-13 6 482 80.33 75

Top Finish 66th

Freshman • Raleigh, N.C./Thomas Green Hope High School Four-year letterwinner at Green Hope High School for coaches David Allen and Mike Robinson … Two-time team Most Valuable Player … Helped Falcons to back-to-back 4A State Championships his freshman and sophomore years … Won the Tri-9 Conference championship in 2011 and the 2010 Dogwood State Championships … Set the course record at 12 Oaks in second round of Dogwood Championships … Invited to play for Carolinas team in the Carolinas-Virginia matches in 2011. Personal Full name is William Wood Thomas Jr. … Born September 12, 1994 … Son of William Wood and Lisa Thomas … Has two siblings, Reilly and Paige … Intends to major in business.


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f Spartans’ Home • Grandover Resort


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f 2011-12 In Review Date

Tournament Rounds

Sep 26-27

VCU Shoutout

(Hermitage Country Club, Manakin-Sabot, VA)

Oct 03-04

Wolfpack Intercollegiate

(Lonnie Poole Golf Course, Raleigh, NC)

Oct 17-18

Auto Trader.com Coll. Classic

(Berkeley Hills Country Club, Duluth, GA)

Oct 29-30

Bridgestone Golf Collegiate

(Forest Oaks Country club, Greensboro, NC)

Feb 19-21

Puerto Rico Classic

(Rio Mar Country Club, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico)

Feb 27-28

WSU Snowman Getaway

(Palm Valley Golf Club, Goodyear, Ariz.)

Mar 10-11

Pinehurst Intercollegiate

(Pinehurst No. 6, Pinehurst, N.C.)

Mar 25-27

C&F Bank Intercollegiate

(Kingsmill River-Resort Course, Williamsburg, V.A.)

Apr 02-03

BancorpSouth Intercollegiate

(Reunion Gold and Country Club, Madison, Miss.)

Apr 07-08

Gary Koch Invitational

(Old Memorial Golf Club, Tampa, Fla.)

Apr 15-17

Southern Conference Championship

(The Ralston Creek Course, Daniel Island, S.C.)

School Rounds Strokes UNC Greensboro 31 / 124 9203

I/Stroke Avg. 74.22

Total

Place/Tms

280-297-286

863

7th / 15

295-281-287

863

2nd / 16

302-293-298

893

8th / 12

296-302

598

12th / 15

296-306-304

906

12th / 15

296-305-289

890

3rd / 16

308-302-292

902

11th / 12

284-299-289

872

2nd / 29

298-299

597

15th / 16

306-295-301

902

11th / 15

308-311-298

917

11th / 11

T/Stroke Avg. Low Round Top Ten Top 296.87 280 (VCU) 5 2nd

Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Name Rounds Strokes Average Low Colin Chapman (Sr., UNC Greensboro) 16 1169 73.06 69 Kyle Sonday (Sr., UNC Greensboro) 17 1264 74.35 71 Andy Knox (So., UNC Greensboro) 19 1420 74.74 66 Alex Ehlert (Fr., UNC Greensboro) 34 2547 74.91 69 Robert Hoadley (Jr., UNC Greensboro) 31 2330 75.16 68 Will Almand (Sr., UNC Greensboro) 25 1891 75.64 71 Alex Simmons (So., UNC Greensboro) 11 834 75.82 70 Roy Dixon (Fr., UNC Greensboro) 25 1903 76.12 68

1

**Less than 10 rounds played** Matt Younts (Jr., UNC Greensboro) 5 413

82.60

77

Top Finish 3rd T 12th T 3rd T 8th 1st T 8th T 44th T 32nd 84th


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f Record Book 1. 2. 3. 6.

No. 63 64 65 65 65 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66

Low 18-Hole Individual Records Player Tournament Drew Younts Mission Inn Collegiate Invitational Jason Martin Stetson Intercollegiate Jamie Whitley Kiawah Island Intercollegiate Andy Crain Charleston Southern Fall Inv. Colin Chapman Rod Meyers Invitational John McCann Yale Fall Intercollegiate John McCann Cavalier Classic Jason Martin Yale Intercollegiate James Stanofski Furman Intercollegiate James Stanofski SoCon Championships Andy Bare Bradford Creek Intercollegiate Nick Baker Barona Collegiate Cup Will Bowman Administaff ASU Invitational Andy Knox Wolfpack Intercollegiate

Year 2006-07 1998-99 1996-97 1999-00 2010-11 1994-95 1994-95 1998-99 2000-01 2000-01 2003-04 2003-04 2009-10 2011-12

1. 2. 4. 6.

No. 138 139 139 140 140 141 141 141 141

Low 36-Hole Individual Records Player Tournament Jason Martin Liberty Fall Classic John McCann Florence Marion Spring Invitational Michael Way ODU/Seascape Invitational Andy Crain Charleston Southern Fall Invitational Gregg Blainey Big Red Classic Michael Way CSU Spring Intercollegiate Michael Way ODU/Seascape Invitational Kevin Cartmill ODU/Seascape Invitational Michael Way ODU/Seascape Invitational

Year 1998-99 1992-93 1995-96 1999-00 2002-03 1994-95 1994-95 1996-97 1996-97

No. 1. 205 2. 207 207 4. 208 208 208 208 8. 209 209 209 209 12. 210 210 210 210

Low 54-Hole Individual Records Player Tournament Andy Bare Bradford Creek Intercollegiate Kevin Cartmill Stetson Intercollegiate Colin Chapman Puerto Rico Classic Jason Martin Yale Fall Intercollegiate Karl Mitchell Bearkat Classic Nick Baker Barona Collegiate Cup Will Bowman Administaff ASU Invitational Andy Crain Stetson Invitational Nick Baker Sam Hall Intercollegiate Robert Hoadley VCU Shootout Robert Hoadley Wolfpack Intercollegiate Jason Martin Chattanooga Intercollegiate J.D. Bass Wofford Invitational Jake Lowder 49er Collegiate Classic J.D. Bass Cowboy Classic

Year 2003-04 1995-96 2009-10 1998-99 2000-01 2003-04 2009-10 1997-98 2006-07 2010-11 2011-12 1998-99 2003-04 2004-05 2006-07

Year 1968-69 1978-79 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1989-90 1991-92 1994-95 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 1995-96 1997-98 1998-99 1998-99 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10 2011-12

Player Jay Stone Joe Caldeira Ryan Fox Ryan Fox Ryan Foex William Rocchi Phil Hilldale Mike Devlin Michael Way John McCann Kevin Cartmill Michael Way Andy Crain Jason Martin Jason Martin J.D. Bass Andy Bare Andy Bare J.D. Bass Nathan Stamey Ryan Heisey J.D. Bass Drew Younts Will Bowman Robert Hoadley Robert Hoadley

Individual Medalists (26) Tournament Score Dixie Conference 155 Dixie Conference 154 Fall DIAC 147 District III 154 NCAA Division III 306 Aubrey/Apple 150 Longwood 151 Davidson/River Run 146 Charleston Southern Spring Invitational 141 Cavalier Classic 211 Stetson Intercollegiate 207 Big South Conference 218 Stetston Intercollegiate 209 Yale Intercollegiate 208 Liberty Fall Classic 138 Dogfight at Stoney Creek 145 Birkdale Collegiate Classic 222 Bradford Creek Intercollegiate 205 Wofford Invitational 210 Mid Pines Intercollegiate 211 Johnny Palmer/Old North State 212 Southern Conference 213 Cavalier Classic 214 Palmas Del Mar Intercollegiate 211 Pinehurst Intercollegiate 213 Wolfpack Intercollegiate 209

Low 18-Hole Team Records Tournament Stetson Intercollegiate 49er Collegiate Classic Sam Hall Invitational Administaff ASU Invitational UK Bluegrass Invitational Georgetown Intercollegiate Stetson Intercollegiate McLaughlin Red Storm Intercollegiate Southern Conference Championship Barona Collegiate Cup Xavier Invitational The Wolverine Intercollegiate Mason Rudolf Southern Conference Championship UNCG Bridgestone Golf Collegiate Rod Meyers Invitational VCU Shootout Sam Hall Invitational Wolfpack Intercollegiate Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Mid Pines Intercollegiate Alister MacKenzie Invitational Barona Collegiate Cup UK Bluegrass Invitational

Year 1995-96 2004-05 2006-07 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2011-12 2006-07 2011-12 1999-00 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2009-10

No. 571 574 575 576 584 584

Low 36-Hole Team Records Tournament ODU/Seascape Invitational Charleston Southern Fall Invitational ODU/Seascape Invitational Big Red Classic ODU/Seascape Invitational Liberty Fall Classic

Year 1995-96 1999-00 1996-97 2002-03 1997-98 1998-99

No. 1. 845 2. 848 3. 855 4. 856 5. 857 6. 858 858 8. 859 859 10. 861 11. 863 863 13. 864 14. 865 15. 866 16. 867 867 18. 868 868 868 21. 869

Low 54-Hole Team Records Tournament Sam Hall Invitational Stetson Intercollegiate 49er Collegiate Classic Barona Collegiate Cup McLaughlin Red Storm Intercollegiate Xavier Invitational UK Bluegrass Invitational Cowboy Classic Administaff ASU Invitational Mid Pines Intercollegiate VCU Shootout Wolfpack Intercollegiate Mid Pines Intercollegiate Orange County National Fireline Towson Invitational Mid Pines Intercollegiate Southern Conference Championship Stetson Intercollegiate Mid Pines Intercollegiate Gary Koch Invitational Mason Rudolf

Year 2006-07 1995-96 2004-05 2003-04 1999-00 2004-05 2009-10 2006-07 2009-10 2005-06 2011-12 2011-12 2005-06 2005-06 2009-10 2003-04 2009-10 1998-99 2001-02 2010-11 2008-09

No. 1. 277 277 3. 278 278 278 278 7. 279 279 9. 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 18. 281 281 20. 282 282 282 282 282 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tournament Wins (17) Tournament Belmont Abbey Spring Invitational Ferrum College Fall Invitational Lacey Game Longwood Invitational Big South Championship Big South Championship ODU/Seascape Invitational Stetson Intercollegiate Bahamas Collegiate Stetson Intercollegiate Max Ward Intercollegiate Southern California Intercollegiate Winthrop-Waterford Invitational Sam Hall Invitational Georgetown Intercollegiate Fireline Towson Invitational Georgetown Intercollegiate

Year 1982-83 1990-91 1990-91 1991-92 1994-95 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1997-98 1999-00 2003-04 2006-07 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f Awards & Honors NCAA Division III National Champion

Ryan Fox

All-America

Joe Caldeira Ryan Fox

1980-81 1978-79 1980-81

CoSIDA Academic All-America Karl Mitchell (Second Team) 2000-01 Cleveland Golf All-American Scholar

Nick Baker Robert Hoadley

2006-07 2011-12

CCAA All-America Scholar Team Karl Mitchell 1999-00 Karl Mitchell 2000-01 CoSIDA Academic All-District Karl Mitchell 1999-00 Karl Mitchell 2000-01 Nick Baker 2006-07 NCAA Division III Individuals Joe Caldeira Joe Caldeira Ryan Fox Rod Russell Todd Jackson

1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1985-86 1986-87

NCAA Regional Individuals Nathan Stamey (Western Regional) 2007-08 Golfweek Magazine National team of the Week Nov. 7, 2006 Southern Conference Individual Champion J.D. Bass 2006-07 All-Southern Conference Jason Martin Andy Crain Andy Crain Andy Bare Andy Bare (first team) Nick Baker (second team)

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04

Jake Lowder (first team) J.D. Bass (second team) Nathan Stamey (second team) J.D. Bass Nathan Stamey Will Bowman Robert Hoadley Robery Hoadley Kyle Sonday

2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11

Southern Conference All-Freshman Team Will Almand 2008-09 Robert Hoadley 2009-10 Andy Knox 2010-11 Alex Ehlert 2011-12 Academic All-Southern Conference Nick Baker 2003-04 Nick Baker 2004-05 Bradley Leeper 2004-05 Nick Baker 2006-07 David Heyen 2006-07 Darragh Coghlan 2008-09 David Heyen 2008-09 John Isenhour 2008-09 Colin Chapman 2009-10 Colin Chapman 2010-11 Robert Hoadley 2010-11 Colin Chapman 2011-12 Robert Hoadley 2011-12 Roy Dixon 2011-12 Southern Conference Athlete of the Month Nathan Stamey October 2005 J.D. Bass April 2007 Southern Conference Golfer of the Week J.D. Bass Feb. 22, Drew Younts March 14, J.D. Bass April 11, Nathan Stamey April 9, Drew Younts April 16, Robert Hoadley March 17, Ryan Heisey March 31, Alex Ehlert March 14,

2006 2997 2007 2008 2008 2010 2010 2012

Big South Individual Champion Michael Way 1995-96

Michael Way Michael Way Bud Hall Bud Hall

1996-97

Big South Coach of the Year

Nick Varney

Big South All-Academic

All-Dixie Conference Jay Stone Steve Ruggiero Rick Hughes Joe Caldeira Jim Thomas Joe Caldeira Joe Caldeira Ryan Fox Paul Rohrbacker Rod Russell

Big South Golfer of the Year Michael Way 1995-96 Big South Rookie of the Year Nick Varney 1995-96 Danny Mamo 1996-97

J.D. Bass

1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1996-97

1996-97

Dixie Conference Individual Champion Jay Stone 1968-69 Joe Caldeira 1978-79

Big South Team Champion 1994-95 1995-96

All-Big South Conference John McCann John McCann John McCann J.J. Morgan Michael Way J.J. Morgan Nick Varney Michael Way Jamie Whitley Danny Mamo

1994-95 1995-96

Nathan Stamey

1968-69 1972-73 1973-74 1877-78 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1985-86 1985-86


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f Bridgestone Golf Collegiate • Grandover Resort 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Team Medalists Louisville Lamar Louisville Duke Georgia Tech North Carolina Iowa State Mississippi St.

873 563* 860 869 843 833 582* 861

*Weather-shortened event to 36 holes. 2012 (Grandover Resort) 1. Mississippi State 286-286-289=861 2. Chattanooga 289-282-294=865 3. Iowa State 287-287-292=866 4. Virginia Tech 288-298-300=886 Mississippi 292-292-302=886 North Carolina State 289-297-296=886 7. Purdue 295-297-296=888 8. Georgia State 304-291-295=890 Maryland 293-299-298=890 10. VCU 300-293-298=891 11. UNCG 297-290-311=898 12. Eastern Michigan 305-300-300=905 13. Boston College 300-301-305=906 1. Chris Robb, Chattanooga 2. Axel Boasson, Mississippi St. 3. Blake Morris, Mississippi Scott Fernandez, Iowa State 5. Chad Ramey, Mississippi St. 6. Sean Bosdosh, Maryland Scott Vincent, Virginia Tech Albin Choi, N.C. State 9. Blake Waller, Iowa State 10. Five tied

72-66-69=207 69-67-72=208 67-73-72=212 71-71-70=212 71-71-71=213 70-71-73=214 71-70-73=214 70-74-70=214 74-70-73=217 219

2011 (Forest Oaks CC) 1. Iowa State 2. N.C. State 3. Virginia Tech Mississippi State 5. South Carolina 6. North Carolina Kentucky Purdue Michigan 10. Pepperdine Mississippi 12. UNCG Georgia State 14. VCU 15. Toledo 1. 2. 3. 5. 8.

Albin Choi, N.C. State Matt Thompson, Michigan Sam Daley, Iowa State Andy Knox, UNCG John Anderson, Pepperdine Tyler Gruca, Georgia State Chase Sargent, VCU Bryce Chalkley, Virginia Tech Joe David, Mississippi Tyler Duncan, Purdue Fletcher Johnson, Mississippi St.

297-285=582 297-290=587 294-297=591 295-296=591 291-301=592 294-299=593 300-293=593 297-296=593 299-294=593 304-290=594 300-294=594 296-302=598 297-301=598 307-296=603 298-311=609 70-69=139 71-70=141 71-71=142 71-71=142 72-72=144 72-72=144 73-71=144 72-73=145 76-69=145 72-73=145 73-72=145

2010 (Forest Oaks CC) 1. North Carolina 280-268-285=833 2. Auburn 284-276-280=840 3. Virginia Tech 282-275-285=842 4. Michigan 279-275-289=843 5. Northwestern 285-282-286=853 6. Charlotte 283-281-299=863 7. Toledo 288-283-294=865 8. Pepperdine 293-287-287=867 9. VCU 287-291-293=871 Mississippi State 283-293-295=871 11. UNCG 280-284-309=873 12. Kentucky 295-285-297=877 13. Minnesota 287-289-303=879 14. Michigan State 297-291-301=889 1. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8.

Blayne Barner, Auburn David Lipsky, Northwestern Michael McGowan, UNC Michael Hebert, Auburn Mikey Moyers, Virginia Tech Matt Thompson, Michigan Lion Kim, Michigan Jack Fields, North Carolina Joey Garber, Michigan Henry Zaytoun, North Carolina

71-66-65=202 68-68-66=202 71-66-66=203 68-68-70=206 69-67-70=206 70-66-71=207 65-72-72=209 67-70-73=210 71-67-72=210 71-65-74=210

2009 (Forest Oaks CC) 1. Georgia Tech 283 281 279=843 2. Virginia 289 280 281=850 3. Michigan 283 277 293=853 4. Augusta State 287 283 284=854 5. Tennessee 288 282 291=861 6. North Carolina 293 284 287=864 7. Virginia Tech 291 291 288=870 8. Michigan State 286 284 301=871 9. Duke 290 283 299=872 10. Purdue 289 287 300=876 11. Toledo 291 291 295=877 12. UNCG 284 296 301=881 13. Minnesota 293 291 299=883 Virginia Commonwealth 288 291 304=883 15. Notre Dame 302 289 297=888 1. 2. 4. 6. 9.

Amory Davis, Virginia Jack Fields, North Carolina Jack Newman, Michigan St. Mitchell Krywulycz, Augusta John Tyler Griffin, Ga. Tech Ben Pisani, Minnesota Henrik Norlander, Augusta St. Lion Kim, Michigan Kyle Scott, Georgia Tech

70-68-67=205 72-63-71=206 67-69-70=206 69-69-70=208 68-68-72=208 68-69-72=209 70-70-69=209 70-69-70=209 71-68-71=210

Individual Medalists 2005 D. Fathauer 214 2006 O. Bekkar 135 2007 D. Fathauer 206 2008 P. Gniewek 213 M. Scodro 213 2009 A. Davis 205 2010 D. Lipsky 202 B. Barber 202 2011 A. Choi 139 2012 C. Robb 207

10. Matt Thompson, Michigan Jack Schultz, Michigan

73-67-71=211 66-69-76=211

2008 (Forest Oaks CC) 1. Duke 291-289-289=869 2. Michigan State 293-286-294=873 3. Michigan 293-282-299=874 4. Louisville 299-284-295=878 5. UNCG 296-291-301=888 6. Pepperdine 300-285-304=889 7. Eastern Michigan 313-280-297=890 Notre Dame 297-292-301=890 9. Minnesota 297-294-303=894 10. Mississippi State 299-305-293=897 11. Memphis 303-286-309=898 Maryland 299-290-309=898 13. Toledo 310-298-307=915 14. South Alabama 312-299-309=920 1. 3. 4. 7. 9.

Payne Gniewek, Michigan St. Max Scodro, Notre Dame Bill Rankin, Michigan Adam Long, Duke Drew Younts, UNCG Carlos Sainz, Mississippi St. Riley Wheeldon, Louisville Spencer Anderson, Duke Jack Newman, Michigan St. Adam Hadwin, Louisville Marc-Ettienne Bussieres, USA

69-70-74=213 70-72-71=213 75-64-75=214 73-72-71=216 76-70-70=216 70-76-70=216 74-71-72=217 72-71-74=217 69-77-72=218 75-69-74=218 73-74-71=218

2007 (Forest Oaks CC) 1. Louisville 300-281-279=860 2. Mississippi State 300-286-277=863 3. UCF 294-293-279=866 4. North Carolina 294-286-290=870 5. Kent State 293-288-292=873 6. Indiana 298-291-285=874 LSU 302-288-284=874 8. Wake Forest 294-297-286=877 9. Notre Dame 292-295-291=878 10. Memphis 293-290-298=881 11. College of Charleston 292-299-296=887 12. Arkansas 304-288-296=888 13. UNCG 296-300-294=890 14. Maryland 308-296-288=892 15. Toledo 308-293-303=904 1. 2. 3. 4.

Derek Fathauer, Louisville Brett Cairns, Kent State Greg Forest, UCF David Holzworth, UNC Adam Hadwin, Louisville Barden Berry, North Carolina

71-67-68=206 72-68-71=211 75-71-66=212 73-69-71=213 79-65-69=213 72-70-71=213


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f Bridgestone Golf Collegiate • Grandover Resort 7. 9.

Nathan Stamey, UNCG Matt Fast, Mississippi State David Markle, Kent State Andrew Landry, Arkansas

68-74-72=214 75-71-68=214 73-70-72=215 72-72-71=215

2006 (Forest Oaks CC) 1. Lamar 2. Xavier 3. Wichita State 4. Maryland 5. Charleston 6. East Carolina Virginia Commonwealth 8. Louisville 9. Furman 10. UNCG 11. Memphis 12. Boston College 1. Oliver Bekker, Lamar 2. Andy Pope, Xavier 3. Dusty Smith, Lamar 4. Casey Clendenon, Lamar 5. Cameron Bishop, Wichita State Jason Kokrak, Xavier Tyler Sanders, Wichita State Robin Smith, East Carolina 9. Tim Tang, College of Charleston 10. Daryl Chappell, VCU John Eades, Maryland Andrea Perrino, VCU

281-282=563 284-293=577 291-295=586 291-299=590 296-301=597 296-303=599 301-298=599 298-305=603 299-307=606 302-313=615 303-315=618 306-316=622 66-69=135 68-70=138 72-68=140 69-72=141 73-71=144 69-75=133 70-74=144 73-71=144 70-75=145 73-73-146 72-74=146 73-73=146

2005 (Forest Oaks CC) 1. Louisville 286-298-289=873 2. Coastal Carolina 297-296-305=898 3. UNCG 300-302-298=900 4. East Carolina 303-301-298=902 5. Virginia Commonwealth 304-293-298=908 6. Richmond 308-300-301=909 7. Chattanooga 298-306-306=910 8. Davidson 299-306-308=913 9. Rhode Island 303-311-302=916 10. Boston College 306-310-309=925 11. Old Dominion 313-308-309=930 12. Wofford 310-320-304=934 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9.

Derek Fathauer, Louisville Jens Fahrbring, VCU Steve Mayo, Davidson Charlie Woo, Louisville Jake Lowder, UNCG Steven Sherck, Richmond Adam Rainaud, Louisville Zack Byrd, Coastal Carolina Dustin Johnson, Coastal Caro. Kenneth Fahey, Rhode Island

71-72-71=214 73-68-75=216 71-74-72=217 69-80-69=218 75-73-71=219 71-72-76=219 74-71-75=220 72-72-76=220 73-75-74=222 70-79-73=222

Bridgestone Individual Records 1. 3. 4. 5. 9.

Top 15 Three-Round Scores Blayne Barner, Auburn 202 David Lipsky, Northwestern 202 Michael McGowan, UNC 203 Armory Davis, Virginia 205 Derek Fathauer, Louisville 206 Jack Newman, Michigan St. 206 Michael Hebert, Auburn 206 Mikey Moyers, Vriginia Tech 206 Matt Thompson, Michigan 207

(2010) (2010) (2010) (2009) (2009) (2009) (2010) (2010) (2010)

Chris Robb, Chattanooga 11. Mitchell Krywulycz, Augusta St. John Tyler Griffin, Georgia Tech Axel Boasson, Mississippi St. 14. Ben Pisani, Minnesota Henrik Norlander, Augusta St. Lion Kim, Michigan Lion Kim, Michigan

207 (2012)* 208 (2009) 208 (2009) 208 (2012) 209 (2009) 209 (2009) 209 (2009) 209 (2010)

* Top score at Grandover Resort

1. 2. 3. 7.

Top 10 Low Round Scores Jack Fields, UNC 63 (second, Bill Rankin, Michigan 64 (second, Adam Hadwin, Louisville 65 (second, Henry Zaytoun, UNC 65 (second, Blake Bamer, Auburn 65 (third, Lion Kim, Michigan 65 (first, Oliver Bekker, Lamar 66 (first, Greg Forest, UCF 66 (third, Jack Schultz, Michigan 66 (first, Michael McGowan, UNC 66 (second, Michael McGowan, UNC 66 (third, Matt Thompson, Michigan 66, (third, Blayne Barber, Auburn 66 (second, David Lipisky, Northwestern 66 (third,

1. 2. 4. 9.

First Round Low Scores Lion Kim, Michigan Oliver Bekker, Lamar Jack Schultz, Michigan Jack Newman, Michigan State James Ross, Michigan State Jack Fields, UNC Andy Knox, UNCG Blake Morris, Mississippi 11 Players tied at 68

65 66 66 67 67 67 67 67

(2010) (2006) (2009) (2009) (2009) (2010) (2010) (2012)

1. 2. 3. 5. 7.

Second Round Low Scores Jack Fields, UNC Bill Rankin, Michigan Adam Hadwin, Louisville Henry Zaytoun, UNC Michael McGowan, UNC Blayne Barber, Auburn Five Players tied at 67

63 64 65 65 66 66

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Third Round Low Scores Blake Bamer, Auburn Michael McGowan, UNC Matt Thompson, Michigan David Lipisky, Northwestern Amory Davis, Virginia James White, Georgia Tech Clark Palmer Eight Players tied at 68

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Bridgestone Individual Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9.

Top 10 Three-Round Scores North Carolina 833 (280-268-285) Auburn 840 (284-276-280) Virginia Tech 842 (282-275-285) Georgia Tech 843 (283-281-279) Michigan 843 (279-275-289) Virginia 850 (289-280-281) Michigan 853 (283-277-293) Northwestern 853 (285-282-286) Augusta State 854 (287-283-284)

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10. Louisville

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860 (300-281-279) 2007

Top Low Round Scores North Carolina 268 (second, Virginia Tech 275 (second, Michigan 275 (second, Auburn 276 (second, Mississippi State 277 (third, Michigan 277 (second, Louisville 279 (third, UCF 279 (third, Georgia Tech 279 (third, Michigan 279 (first,

First Round Low Scores 1. Michigan 2. North Carolina UNCG 4. Lamar 5. Virginia Tech 6. Georgia Tech Michigan Mississippi State Charlotte 10. Three Teams Tied at 284

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Second Round Low Scores North Carolina Virginia Tech Michigan Auburn Michigan Eastern Michigan Virginia Louisville Georgia Tech Charlotte

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Third Round Low Scores Mississippi State Louisville UCF Georgia Tech Auburn Virginia LSU Augusta State Indiana North Carolina Virginia Tech

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Dr. Linda Brady - Chanellor Dr. Linda P. Brady became the 10th chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro on August 1, 2008. Previously she served as Senior Vice President and Provost at the University of Oregon, Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at North Carolina State University, and Chair of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology. At UNCG Dr. Brady has led efforts to establish a mixed-use village designed to recapture theresidential character of the university, launched an academic Board of Trustees restructuring and program review process designed to guide fuDr. Kate R. Barrett ture directions and investment, and positioned intercollegiate athletics as an important element of the student experience. Charles Blackmon Under her leadership UNCG has won numerous awards and Nathan Duggins recognitions, including designation by Forbes as a “Best Buy,” inclusion among Princeton Review’s Dr. Carolyn R. Ferree Best 376 Colleges, recognition by the 2012 G.I. Jobs List as a “military friendly” school, named a Linda Hiatt campus sustainability leader in the College Sustainability Report Card 2011, and recognition as one Randall R. Kaplan of the nation’s most affordable public universities by the U.S. Department of Education. M. Lee McAllister The University of North Carolina at Greensboro has been recognized by the Education Trust as Dr. Richard L. Morre one of only five U.S. colleges and universiSusan M. Safran ties serving low-income students well, and is on the short list of American universities Harriett Smalls that have closed the gap between graduaDavid Sprinkle tion rates for black and white students. Martin P. Weissburg Dr. Brady is a member of the Board of Chelsea Boccardo Directors of the Greensboro Partnership, a (SGA President) founding member of Opportunity Greensboro (a collegiate-business partnership), a member of the Greensboro Rotary, and a member of the Board of Directors of the United Way of Greater Greensboro. She chairs the 2011 Campaign for the United Way of Greater Greensboro. She is a native New Yorker and the first member of her family to attend college. She earned her undergraduate degree from Douglass College, a master’s degree in political scien ce from Rutgers University, and her doctorate in political science from The Ohio State University. From 1978 to 1985, Dr. Brady was an analyst with the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Defense, a period covering both the Carter and Reagan administrations. She served as defense adviser to the Negotiations on Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions in Vienna, Austria and held the same position during the Negotiations on Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces in Geneva, Switzerland. Dr. Brady also supported the negotiation and implementation of prepositioning and logistical support agreements with members of NATO and with countries in the Middle East and Persian Gulf. She received the U.S. Department of State Superior Honor award for her work in support of the theater nuclear forces program. Dr. Brady was the Olin Distinguished Professor of National Security at the United States Military Academy in 1991-92. She has served on the board of the U.S. Army War College. Dr. Brady is a two-time recipient of the Outstanding Civilian Service Medal from the U.S. Department of the Army. She served as Senior Fellow for Arms Control at the Carter Center of Emory University from 1986 to 1988. Dr. Brady is married to Gustav “Steve” Heyer, a retired Army officer. She has two adult stepsons and three grandchildren: Stephen Heyer and his wife, Suzanne, live in Richmond, VA with their children Alyx, Megan and Andrew Casey, while Michael Heyer lives in Chicago, IL.


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Kim Record - Director of Athletics Kim Record is in her fourth year as the Director of Athletics at UNCG. Record was named to the post Sept. 27, 2009 and leads a program that fields men’s and women’s teams in 17 sports, over 250 student-athletes and 70 employees. Since arriving, Record has reshaped and revamped the athletic department across the board. UNCG has seen improvements on the field and has stimulated interest within the campus and Greensboro communities. During her first three years at UNCG, Record has implemented ‘The Spartan Way’ strategic plan in an effort to ensure the continued success and future improvement of Spartan Athletics. The plan includes five core values and six goals for the department summarized with the motto – ‘We discover and develop champions in life.’ Record has guided UNCG to success on and off the court during her time in Greensboro. In 2011-12 alone, the Spartans posted five regular season titles under her watch, including championship banners in men’s and women’s cross country, men’s soccer, women’s tennis and a divisional title in men’s basketball. UNCG also had five Southern Conference Player of the Year award winners and five conference Coach of the Year honorees last season. The Spartans have excelled in the classroom, having 92 student-athletes named to the SoCon Academic Honor Roll in 2011-12. Additionally, UNCG senior cross country student-athlete Ashley Schnell earned an NCAA winter sport postgraduate scholarship. Schnell and men’s soccer student-athlete Peyton Ford picked up SoCon postgraduate scholarship honors. Women’s basketball student-athlete Amy Clapper also earned the NCAA Women’s Enhancement post-graduate scholarship. Record guided UNCG through the NCAA Division I Certification process in 2011-12, which must be completed at least once every 10 years. The certified designated denotes that an institution operates its athletics program in compliance with operating principles adopted by the Division I membership. Record, who will serve on the NCAA Championships cabinet in 2012-13, is also the vice-chair of the Greensboro Sports Commission, an active member with the Greensboro Rotary and a member of the Greensboro Sports Council. Record, in conjunction with Chancellor Dr. Linda P. Brady, helped develop school spirit-building campaigns such as Move In, Sunday Funday, Go Blue Preview and Blue & Gold Fridays. Record is responsible for the leadership, administration, organization and finances of UNCG’s athletics program, which underwent a major shift in men’s basketball. The Spartan men’s basketball team began playing its games in the Greensboro Coliseum in 2009-10 and enjoyed success last season under SoCon Coach of the Year Wes Miller winning the North Division title. The Spartans will play in the Greensboro Coliseum for the fourth year in 2012-13, hosting 15 games in one of the premier facilities in the region. Record coordinates fundraising and operation of the Spartan Club with the vice chancellor for university advancement. She oversees efforts to engage alumni, fans and the community with UNCG athletics. The Spartan Club surpassed its annual scholarship fund goal of $300,000 for the 2012 fiscal year and set a new all-time record for the scholarship fund. The Spartan Club posted an annual scholarship fund total of $307,479, a 20.7% increase over last year’s mark, increasing their efforts by over $50,000 and surpassing the previous high that was set in 1987. Record also has a lead role in strategic planning and in athletics facilities development. She helped complete the facility upgrades at the UNCG Baseball Stadium and the renovations of the HHP locker room facilities. The 12,000 square foot HHP facility hosts team lounges, shower facilities and general locker room areas for men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s cross country and track, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball and softball. Record, who served as a consultant with ISP Sports before taking her current position, was the senior associate director of athletics at Florida State University from 1995 to 2008, and held a succession of positions at the University of Virginia from 1984-1995, culminating with an appointment as associate director of athletics for administration. Record emerged from a national search that drew 125 candidates, and is UNCG’s first female athletic director. She is only the second woman to hold an athletic director’s position in the 89-year history of the Southern Conference. In her 13 years at Florida State, she had a broad range of administrative duties, including serving as a member of the Executive Management Team, which determined and implemented policy decisions for a 19-sport, $50 million intercollegiate program. She directly supervised three sports programs – men’s and women’s basketball and women’s soccer – and monitored Title IX compliance. Other areas included executive-level staffing; day-to-day departmental operations; serving as liaison with the trademark licensing program; and oversight for marketing, media and public relations, and radio and television contracts. In construction, she facilitated FSU’s $6 million state-of-the-art soccer and softball stadium and its $10 million men’s and women’s basketball training center. She oversaw a project that showcased the history of athletics at FSU as part of a $100 million facilities improvement plan. Her initial responsibilities as associate director of athletics at FSU included oversight of men’s and women’s tennis, swimming & diving and softball. Record also held the designation of senior woman administrator. At Virginia, she supervised all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the department and specialized in external operations. She implemented marketing and promotional strategies for all 26 sports programs as associate director of athletics for external operations. She was the executive staff member of a capital campaign team created to raise $50 million. She rose through the ranks at Virginia, where she earned her bachelor’s degree, starting out as a sports information intern who was progressively promoted in the department to associate director of athletics for administration. As a consultant with ISP, Record provided marketing expertise in the area of athletics sports signage, including video boards, scorer’s tables and other digital signage. She has also coordinated purchase and installation between vendor, institution and ISP. Within the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), Record has served on both the executive committee and the Director’s Cup Committee. Within the NCAA, she served on the Women’s Soccer Committee and the Regional Soccer Committee. A native of Charlottesville, she graduated from Virginia and earned an M.S. degree in sports management from Florida State. She has two sons – Kyle, 24 a graduate student at the University of Virginia, and Josh, 19, a freshman at the College of Charleston.


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UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame

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.

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.

1981-82 Women’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2007) National runnersup 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.

1983 Men’s Soccer Team (Inducted 2009) Brought home the school’s second consecutive national title with a dominant season. Went 23-1-1 on the year, including outscoring its seven conference foes by a combined 44-1. Twelve of its first 13 matches were won by shutout. Won a then-NCAA record 23 matches, including rallying from a 2-0 deficit in the national title match to defeat Claremont.

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.

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 runners-up … Amy Brown and Lisa Zimmerman earned All-American honors that season.

1994 Baseball Team (Inducted 2010) The 1994 Spartan baseball squad became the first team in school history to record a victory in an NCAA tournament at the Division I level … In just its fourth year of existence, UNCG went 39-18 on the way to a Big South Conference title and 2-2 at the NCAA South Regional, defeating Southeast Louisiana and Tulane while falling twice to national power Southern California.

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 February 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.

Ty Buckner - Administrator (Inducted 2010) Helped build the foundation of the Athletics Hall of Fame and served as the school’s first-ever full-time sports information director when the university was transitioning from Division III to Division I.

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.

Joseph Caldeira - Men’s Golf (Inducted 2009) A second-team All-American selection in 1979 ... was the first male student-athlete to earn All-American honors in any sport ... finished 10th in the 1979 NCAA Division III Championship.


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f 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 school-record 574 assists … was a third-team All-American in 1983-84.

Siggi Eyjolffson - Men’s Soccer (Inducted September 2008) Three-time All-American and two-time Academic AllAmerican … 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 Dec. 1, 1994.

Dr. June Galloway - Administrator (Inducted February 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) One 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 3-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 first-team AllAmerican … 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.

Christine Hornak - Softball (Inducted 2009) Won 52 games over two seasons pitching for UNCG. Led the Spartans to their first-ever NCAA Tournament bid in 1997 while earning Big South Pitcher of the Year honors.

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 alltime leading scorer in team history with 66 goals and 24 assists.

Ellie Jones - Women’s Tennis, Field Hockey, Women’s Basketball (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 Faculty Athletics Representative … became the only FAR to serve on the Div. 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.


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f 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.

Alex Lehnhoff - Men’s Tennis (Inducted 2010) The 1999 Southern Conference Men’s Tennis Player of the Year … as a junior, he won the Southern Conference’s No. 1 flight singles title … won a schoolrecord 27 matches in 1996-97, a mark that stood for 13 years … went 94-37 in singles play during his career and also won more than 60 doubles matches.

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.

Raila Maisonlahti - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2010) During her four seasons (1994-97), the Spartans compiled a 59-234 mark, including a perfect 22-0-0 record in Big South and Southern Conference play … the 1997 squad set school marks for wins (19), shutouts (13), overall points, goals and assists.

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 co-captain 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 AllStar accolades three times … six-time participant in National Field Hockey Festivals, including three while at UNCG.

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

Chancellor Emeritus, William E. Moran Administrator (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.

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.

Missi Olson Kovachev - Volleyball (Inducted 2009) Led UNCG to 108 wins in her four seasons as a Spartan, despite the program being in transition during its climb to Division I ... helped the Spartans to 32 wins and an NCAA Division II Tournament appearance in 1990 ... compiled 1,600 career kills.

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.

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

Angie Polk-Jones - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to a 93-22 mark in her four years (1985-89) … Division III All-American as a junior … UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 1,585 points.


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f 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 1940s.

Eddie Radwanski - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to back-toback 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 February 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.

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

Karyn Thompson Voelz - Softball

(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 2008) Most prolific hitter in UNCG softball history. Inducted 12 years after graduation and still ranked in top six in 12 offensive categories … led UNCG to 14986-2 mark and three NCAA play-in series during her time at UNCG.

Rita Wiggs - Women’s Basketball

(Inducted 2003) Amassed 55 goals and 27 assists in his three seasons at UNCG (198083) … 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 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 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.

(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.

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

(Inducted 2000) Helped establish NCAA Division I athletic programs at UNCG through scholarship funding and support.

2011 Hall of Fame Class

Nominations should be sent to: Hall of Fame Committee - c/o Stacy Kosciak UNCG Department of Athletics PO Box 26168 Greensboro, NC 27402

Eric Cuthrell Men’s Basketball

Tere Dail Volleyball Coach

Melinda Goodson Women’s Basketball

Doug Hamilton Men’s Soccer


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The Spartan Club The Spartan Club is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to secure scholarship support for nearly 250 student-athletes who compete in 17 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, meals, books and fees on an annual basis for a student-athlete. 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.

Annual Scholarships

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.

An annual scholarship may be created with a commitment of $10,000 or more over a four-year period.

•Lynne C. Agee Fund •James H. Allen Fund •Alma W. Barrier Fund •Smith Barrier Fund •Dr. Richard and Sharon Beavers Scholarship Fund •Irwin Belk Fund •Aaron Michael Bobb Fund •Rich Brenner Endowed Fund •Mike & Nancy Burke Fund •Marge Burns Fund •Bush Family Fund •Bobbi Carson Fund •Celebration of Women In Sport •The Michael B. Fleming Fund •Robert A. and Mary C. Fleming Fund •Stanley and Dorothy Frank Fund •Athena and Gus Gallins Fund •J. Douglas Galyon Fund

•Richard A. and Sharon J. Beavers Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Bobb Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Bott Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Linda Brady and Steve Heyer Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •David L. and Martha P. Brown Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Marc and Janis Bush Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Mike and Cherry Callahan Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Clarida Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Doug M. Hamilton Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Raila M. Harris Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Nixon C. Henley Annual Athletic Scholarship •Karl Mayer Textile Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Brenda Tolbert King Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Kronenfeld Family Annual Scholarship Fund •LindBrook Development Annual Athletic Scholarship •Shawn Daniel Mulrooney Memorial Annual Athletic Scholarship •Piedmont Orthopedic Associates, Inc. Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Senn Dunn Annual Athletic Scholarship •Shamrock Corporation Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Mary and Art Winstead Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Perry R. Wyatt Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund

•Ellen Griffin Fund •Lester Earl Gross III Fund •Doug Hamilton Fund •Charles A. Hayes Fund •Becky Jackson Fund •Nathan & Robyn Jameson Fund •David Bates Knight Fund •C. Tomas 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 •Safrit Ennis Fun Fund •Rayna Matea Taylor Fund •H. Michael Weaver Fund

Five additional funds that are on their way to reaching endowment status include: •Caroline McHardy Elliott •George Hoyle and Kathleen Kelly •Michael H. Parker •David and Malinda Richbourg •Gary, Marilyn and Jordan Smith Fund


2012-13 UNCG M e n ’ s G o l f Spartan Club Executive Committee Chair: Chuck Burns - Area Vice President, First Citizens Bank Jack Arehart ‘76 - Vice President, AAR Corporation Samantha Brumbaugh ‘99 - Attorney at Cairo, Ferguson, Brumbaugh, Stroupe, PLLC Craig Cook ‘82 - President, Oakbrook Solutions, Inc. Judy Garner ‘71 - Retired, Employment Security Commission Michael H. Godwin - Attorney at Schell, Bray, Aycock, Abel & Livingston, PLLC Chris Gorham ‘02 - Director of Marketing & Communications, Goodwill Industries George Hoyle ‘90 - Compass Financial Partners, LLC Kurt Kronenfeld ‘79 - Vice President, Senn Dunn Insurance Pete LaMuraglia ‘86 - Partner, Compass Financial Partners, LLC Tom Martin ‘70 - Retired City of Greensboro Angie Polk Jones ‘89 - Principal, Middle College at UNCG Michael Spohn ‘91 - CFO/Vice President, Old North State Trust, LLC Harrison Turner - Partner, Greensboro Dermatology Associates Ex-Officio Members Kim Record - Director of Athletics, UNCG Craig Fink, UNCG Assoc. AD/Advancement Mike Roach - Director, Spartan Club Dr. Patti Stewart - Vice Chancellor for University Advancement, UNCG

UNCG Spartan Club PO Box 41230 Greensboro, NC 27404-1230

Phone: 336-334-5156 Fax: 336-334-4063 www.spartanclub.org


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Shaw Hall Hinshaw Hall Gray Hall Bailey Hall Cotten Hall Jamison Hall Coit Hall Winfield Hall Weil Hall Moore-Strong Hall Phillips-Hawkins Hall Gove Student Health Center Ragsdale Hall Mendenhall Hall Reynolds Hall Grogan Hall Cone Hall Dining Halls South Spencer Hall North Spencer Hall Guilford Hall Mary Foust Hall

March 2012

175

27 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

137

50

252

41

49

57

84

48

82

177

42

94

58

40

142

247

86

144

141

98 5 6

8

89

35

38

31

33

63

30

29

24

17

56

25

20

178

27

26

19

16

13

21

59

15

150

169

139

170 Music Building 174 Chemical Safety Facility 175 Becher-Weaver Building (Off Campus) 177 Baseball Stadium 178 Sullivan Science Building 181 Baseball Locker Room and Training Facility 237 Spring Garden Apartments 238 Jefferson Suites 246 Moore Humanities & Research Administration 247 Gatewood Studio Arts Center 252 Oakland Ave. Parking Deck 254 Softball Stadium 260 Recreational Track and Sports Area

NUMERIC LEGEND

162

170

159

89 University Police Station 94 University Graphics & Printing 98 School of Health and Human Sciences (HHP Building) 99 Weatherspoon Art Museum (Cone Building) 107 Financial Aid 134 Student Recreation Center 135 Soccer Stadium 137 Tower Village 139 1100 West Market St. (University Offices) 141 Walker Ave. Parking Deck 142 Smith Campus Ministries Building 143 Field Turf Maintenance Building 144 500 Forest St. 150 127 McIver St. 159 Genetic Counseling 162 Carter Child Care Center 169 McIver St. Parking Deck

18

11 12

260 143

10

32

9

22 23

7

135

34

37

39

44

99

43

4

254

44 Foust Building (College of Arts & Sciences) 45 Curry Building 48 Sink Building (800 Oakland Ave.) 49 Steam Plant Building 50 Campus Supply Store 56 Moore Building (School of Nursing) 57 McNutt Building 58 Graham Building 59 Gray Home Management House 63 Eberhart Building 64 Family Research Center 80 Mossman Building (University Administration) 82 Bryan Building (Bryan School of Business & Economics) 84 School of Education 86 Ferguson Building 88 University Police (Administration)

45

80

64

246

181

North Drive Child Care Center Petty Science Building Nursing Annex Building Stone Building Carmichael Building Brown Building Aycock Auditorium Taylor Building Forney Building McIver Building Jackson Library Elliott University Center Admissions & Visitor Center Alumni House Faculty Center

174

107

238

237

134

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2013 UNCG Men's Golf Digital Guide