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2010-11 IN REVIEW


2012 Outlook with Coach Jim Kelson.......................................................................................2 2011-12 Tournament Results and Schedule..........................................................................4

Head Coach Jim Kelson.................................................................................................................6 Director of Instruction Casey VanDamme...............................................................................8 Golf Support Staff............................................................................................................................9

Garrick Porteous............................................................................................................................ 12 Darren Renwick.............................................................................................................................. 14 Jay Vandeventer............................................................................................................................. 16 Danny Keddie................................................................................................................................. 18 Rick Lamb......................................................................................................................................... 19 Justin Walker................................................................................................................................... 20 Brandon Rodgers........................................................................................................................... 21 Marshall Talkington...................................................................................................................... 22 2011 Signing Class........................................................................................................................ 23 Academics........................................................................................................................................ 24


EDITOR John Painter DESIGNER Amanda Pruitt PHOTOGRAPHY UTAD Photo (Patrick Murphy-Racey, Wade Rackley)




2011-12 Roster............................................................................................... Inside Front Cover Quick Facts and Table of Contents............................................................................................1


Head Coach............................................................Jim Kelson (Alabama ’87, 14th season) Director of Instruction...... Casey VanDamme (Northern Michigan ’00, 3rd season) Volunteer Assistant Coach.........................Randy Wylie (Texas A&M ‘87, 13th season) Graduate Assistant................................... Jorge Roman (South Florida ‘06, 3rd season) 2010-11 Overall Record....................................................................................... 89-84-4 (.514) 2011 SEC Championship Finish.................................................................................. 3rd of 12 2011 NCAA East Regional Finish................................................................................ 4th of 24 2011 NCAA Championships Finish.........................................................................24th of 30 Lettermen Returning/Lost........................................................................................................7/1 Newcomers......................................................................................................................................... 1





Location............................................................................................................Knoxville, TN 37996 Mailing Address...........................................................................................1720 Volunteer Blvd. Enrollment.................................................................................................................................27,523 Founded....................................................................................................1794 as Blount College Nickname.............................................................................................................. Volunteers (Vols) Colors................................................................................................................... Orange and White Mascot....................................................................................... Smokey (blue tick coon hound) Colors.............................................................................................. Orange (PMS 151) and White Home Course.............................................................................. Privileges at multiple courses Conference.......................................................................................................Southeastern (SEC) Affiliation..................................................................................................................NCAA Division I President.................................................................................... Dr. Joseph DiPietro (Illinois ‘74) Chancellor............................................................................ Dr. Jimmy Cheek (Texas A&M ’69) Faculty Athletics Representative...........................................Dr. Dan Murphy (New Mexico ’77) Vice Chancellor/Director of Athletics............................................Dave Hart (Alabama ‘71) Assoc. A.D. – Compliance/Senior Golf Administrator.........Brad Bertani (Denison ’91) Assoc. A.D. – Communications...................................Jimmy Stanton (Southwestern ’96) Asst. A.D. – Media Relations................................................... Jason Yellin (Stony Brook ‘96) Assoc. Media Relations Director/Golf Contact............. John Painter (Tennessee ‘88) Assoc. Director -- Development.......................................Andrea Piercy (Tennessee ‘05) Mental Training Director.................................................... Dr. Joe Whitney (Springfield ‘92) Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach...............................Troy Wills (Emory & Henry ’00) Term Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach............................... Barry Cain (Clemson ‘93) Golf Facility Superintendent.................................................. Mark Gossett (Tennessee ‘93)



Mack and Jonnie Day Golf Practice Facility......................................................................... 26 Qualifying Courses & Other Facilities..................................................................................... 28 Facilities on the UT Campus...................................................................................................... 30 UT and City of Knoxville............................................................................................................. 31 Tennessee Traditions.................................................................................................................... 32

Season Recap.................................................................................................................................. 34 Final Statistics................................................................................................................................. 36

Coaching Results........................................................................................................................... 38 Year-by-Year Results..................................................................................................................... 39 Volunteer Records......................................................................................................................... 45 Tournament History..................................................................................................................... 46 NCAA Championships................................................................................................................. 47 SEC Championship Teams.......................................................................................................... 48 SEC Championship History........................................................................................................ 49 Lettermen......................................................................................................................................... 50 Vols in the Pros............................................................................................................................... 51 All-America...................................................................................................................................... 52 UTSPORTS.COM






“I can’t say enough about the job Garrick (Porteous) and Danny (Keddie) have done for our program. They are the ultimate examples of guys who have come into our program and absorbed and taken advantage of all the resources we have to offer here at the University of Tennessee.

“Both of their records of improvement have been remarkable. They certainly have established themselves as some of collegiate golf’s premier players. To be certain, they have both earned their successes.”

 ON THE SPRING SCHEDULE...  Kelson Says:

“If this is not the best schedule we’ve ever played, it’s certainly one of the best. There are four new tournaments added to our schedule. We went to the Rod Myers, which was a very nice tournament. The Cabo tournament in Mexico – our players thoroughly enjoyed that. We didn’t play very well but it was a great event and a great experience. That was a way for us to reward our outgoing seniors with a trip like that. “The San Diego Intercollegiate is a new tournament co-sponsored by TaylorMade and Lamkin Grips being played at San Diego Country Club. It has super-fast greens and that will be one of the premier tournaments any of our players will have a chance to play in, so we’re really looking forward to that. “And the Collegiate Match Play will be a great tournament at a great golf course. We’ll have the opportunity to play some match play that, hopefully, will prove beneficial to us at the end of the year.”

 Spring Regular Season Schedule Feb. 13-14 San Diego Intercollegiate Classic Chula Vista, Calif. Feb. 26-28 John Hayt Collegiate Invitational Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. March 11-12 Gen. Hackler Championship Murrells Inlet, S.C. March 18-20 Collegiate Match Play Championship Bradenton, Fla. March 31-April 1 Insperity Augusta State Invitational Augusta, Ga. 2


 ON THE FALL SEASON...  Kelson Says:

“Obviously, we were very disappointed with our finish this fall. We began with a very fine showing at the Carpet Capital Collegiate and then we just did not play well after that. “We do believe, however, that this team is much improved from three months ago. We have had a couple of players who have made significant strides in their physical games. In short, we feel these changes should pay big dividends for our team.”



“With 28 acres available to practice on, we can create every conceivable shot in the game of golf. We use the three practice holes frequently during our practices to simulate hundreds of different shots and situations.”


“This facility has turned out even better than expected. We give a great deal of credit to Mark Gossett and his staff (Nick Farragut, Jeff Wolfenbarger). These guys go above and beyond each day to make sure this facility stays in outstanding condition.


 Kelson Says:

“Our team’s primary goal is advancing to the NCAA Finals for a fourth consecutive year. Being able to set the school record of consecutive trips to the finals is very important to this team. Obviously for our program, achieving this goal would be a tremendous boost in a variety of ways. “Secondly, we are expecting our team to compete for the SEC championship. After coming so close last year, our team knows it is capable of competing against the best teams on that golf course.

 NCAA Championship Finals Participants Each of Last Three Years Arizona State Duke Florida Georgia Tech Illinois Oklahoma State

San Diego Southern California TENNESSEE Texas Texas A&M UCLA

“Most importantly to us, however, is ensuring that our team is doing the right things on a daily basis to give ourselves the best chance to achieve these goals. We increased the difficulty level of our practices to ensure we are training our minds to complete and focus at our highest levels. Additionally, we have increased the intensity of our workouts to ensure our players are in top physical condition.”

 ON THE SEC...  Kelson Says:

“Our league is pretty much as it’s always been and obviously very strong. Arkansas and Alabama probably are in the top-eight in the country and then after that, there probably are six other teams that are right there from a rankings standpoint. “After finishing third last year, we feel like we really know that golf course well and it sets up for us really well. If we play like we’re capable of playing, we feel we can compete.”



 ON THE 2011 RECRUITING CLASS...  Kelson Says:

“I said when they signed that this was the finest recruiting class I’ve been able to assemble in my coaching career, and I stand by that. They’re exactly what we are looking for in terms of their commitment, their work-ethic, and their talent is unquestionably there. You never know how it’s all going to turn out in the end, but for three players – I would definitely rank that recruiting class among the top five or six in the country. Hopefully, I prove to be right on this. “All three of those players are extremely long and they drive it very straight, which is a great combination. They have a passion for golf, they’re super-focused and they are coming to the University of Tennessee to win a national championship. Obviously that’s easy to say and extremely difficult to do, but I can’t think of a better mix to work with than these three players. “We’re really excited about them. They were raised very well, they know right from wrong and they are going to come in and absorb, take in our information and be very good listeners. There’s no question our future is bright with those three on board.” UTSPORTS.COM











OCT. 27-29



FEB. 26-28

>>QUICK FACTS Hosted by: Georgia Tech UT Team Finish: 2nd of 12 UT Individual Finishes:

>>QUICK FACTS Hosted by: Duke UT Team Finish: 7th of 11 UT Individual Finishes:

>>QUICK FACTS Hosted by: East Tennessee State UT Team Finish: 10th of 15 UT Individual Finishes:

>>QUICK FACTS Hosted by: Santa Clara UT Team Finish: 5th of 12 UT Individual Finishes:

>>QUICK FACTS Hosted by: San Diego State Last UT Appearance: 1st appearance Last UT Finish: --

>>QUICK FACTS Hosted by: North Florida Last UT Appearance: Spring 2011 Last UT Finish: 5th of 15

T-3 7 T-14 T-25 T-42

Garrick Porteous Jay Vandeventer Danny Keddie Marshall Talkington Darren Renwick

(-5) (-4) (-1) (+3) (+9)




T-17 T-24 T-29 T-51 T-51 55

Garrick Porteous Danny Keddie Rick Lamb Darren Renwick (ind.) Marshall Talkington Jay Vandeventer

(+5) (+9) (+10) (+18) (+18) (+19)


T-25 T-25 T-30 T-43 T-50 T-50

Rick Lamb Darren Renwick (ind.) Danny Keddie Garrick Porteous Marshall Talkington Jay Vandeventer

(+7) (+7) (+8) (+12) (+14) (+14)


3 18 T-29 T-40 T-43 T-47

Danny Keddie Garrick Porteous Jay Vandeventer Rick Lamb Darren Renwick Marshall Talkington (ind.)

(-4) (+4) (+9) (+13) (+14) (+15)









MAY 17-19 TBD


>>QUICK FACTS Hosted by: Coastal Carolina Last UT Appearance: Spring 2011 Last UT Finish: 4th of 17

>>QUICK FACTS Hosted by: South Florida Last UT Appearance: Fall 2007 Last UT Finish: 5th of 16

>>QUICK FACTS Hosted by: Augusta State Last UT Appearance: Spring 2011 Last UT Finish: 2nd/15

>>QUICK FACTS Hosted by: SEC Last UT Appearance: Spring 2011 Last UT Finish: 3rd/12

>>QUICK FACTS Hosted by: Six Sites Last UT Appearance: Spring 2011 Last UT Finish: T-4th/14

>>QUICK FACTS Hosted by: Southern California Last UT Appearance: Spring 2011 Last UT Finish: 24th/30




COACHES JIM KELSON has coached the Vols to six NCAA Finals since 2003, including the last three in a row. UTSPORTS.COM


TOURNEY TESTED  Tennessee has claimed 15 tournament titles in Kelson’s 13-plus seasons at UT, including the 2007 SEC championship in Sea Island, Ga.




 THE KELSON FILE  Hometown: Arlington, Texas  Wife: Jinger

ACADEMIC LEADER  The Tennessee golf program has led all UT varsity sports on the men’s side in team GPA each of the last two semesters.


 Education University of Alabama 1987 University of Florida 1992 (Masters)  College Playing Career Oklahoma & Alabama, 1983-87

Jim Kelson has the Tennessee golf program climbing its way to national prominence. The Vols already are a major contender. Last spring, Tennessee was one of just 12 programs in the country to qualify for its third consecutive NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship. At the NCAA finals, UT has placed in the top 25 the last three seasons and six times overall, including a high of 12th in 2009. The current streak of three straight trips to the NCAA finals marks Tennessee’s best run since the Vols advanced to three consecutive from 1995-97. Since 2002, the Vols consistently have been ranked among the top 25 teams in the country. From 2007-09, Tennessee’s average national ranking was 14th. Kelson also has coached UT to 12 consecutive NCAA regionals, extending the school record, and a total of six NCAA finals since 2003. The Vols have captured multiple tournament titles in three of the last five years and four of the last seven. Included was the 2007 SEC Championship, Tennessee’s first league crown in 17 years.


Last year, UT finished third at the SEC Championship as part of a late-season surge that saw the Vols playing their best golf when it mattered most. But Kelson isn’t settling for simply playing alongside the best programs in golf. 6


 Playing Highlights 1983 Oklahoma State Amateur Champion 1983 Bermuda Amateur, 3rd Place

 Coaching Career Florida, asst. coach, 1988-92 Augusta State, head coach, 1992-98 Tennessee, head coach, 1998-present

“We were proud of our team’s efforts last post-season and their advancement to the finals, but we expect better than 24th place,” Kelson said. “Our program must become significantly better and that is 100 percent my responsibility. “We will continue to make improvements to ensure our program stays on the path of becoming one of the elite teams in the country.” UT was the No. 6 seed at the 2011 NCAA Indiana-Central Regional. Needing a top-five finish to advance to the NCAA finals, the Vols rallied from seventh place and eight strokes behind on the final day to claim a berth in Stillwater, Okla.


Kelson’s charges in the fall of 2009 captured the prestigious Carpet Capital Collegiate for the first time in school history and the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate in a scorecard playoff. Those early results pushed the Vols to No. 1 in the rankings. Kelson was hired in June 1998 has been building this program from the day he arrived on campus. The Vols have won 15 tournament championships in his 13-plus seasons. Five different campaigns produced multiple tourney titles -- 2001-02 (three), 2004-05 (three), 2006-07 (two), 2007-08 (two) and 2009-10 (two). UT also claimed hardware under Kelson in the 1998-99, 2000-01 and 2005-06 seasons. The Vols under Kelson own 44 top-three finishes. One of the highlights was capturing the 2007 SEC Champi-


After missing out on the NCAA tournament his first season at Tennessee, Kelson has guided the Vols to 12 consecutive regional berths to extend the school record and advanced to six NCAA Championship Finals. Three of those have come in the last three seasons.

NCAA Central Reg. NCAA Finals NCAA Central Reg. NCAA Northeast Reg. NCAA Finals NCAA San Diego Reg. NCAA Finals NCAA Indiana Reg. NCAA Finals


 POSTSEASON APPEARANCES 2000 NCAA East Regional 2007 2001 NCAA West Regional 2002 NCAA East Regional 2008 2003 NCAA East Regional 2009 NCAA Finals 2004 NCAA East Regional 2010 2005 NCAA East Regional NCAA Finals 2011 2006 NCAA East Regional


The Vols under Kelson have garnered 19 All-SEC honors and eight All-America selections. Four of his players have been named to the Palmer Cup competitions for collegiate golfers and five earned NCAA Division I Cleveland Golf/Srixon AllAmerica Scholar status. Kelson, 48, hails from Dallas and graduated in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama. He earned his master’s in sports administration from the University of Florida in 1992. Kelson’s first head coach assignment was leading Augusta State’s only Division I sport. He guided the Jaguars to four appearances in the NCAA Championship from 1993-96 and five




appearances in the NCAA regionals. His teams had 32 top-five finishes in 57 regular-season tournaments. Kelson also served as assistant athletics director for compliance while on the Jaguars staff. Prior to Augusta State, Kelson was assistant coach at Florida under former U.S. Amateur champion Buddy Alexander. Kelson helped recruit several of the golfers who helped the Gators finish second at the 1993 NCAA Championships. Kelson has worked with some of the most highly regarded teaching professionals in the world, including Conrad Rehling, Eddie Merrins, Bob Toski, Wally Armstrong, Chuck Cooke, Denis Pugh, Ernie Vaderson and Michael Shannon. His achievements on the course include the 1983 Oklahoma State Amateur and a third-place finish at the Bermuda Amateur, in addition to competing in the 1982 U.S. Amateur. Kelson lives in Knoxville with his wife, the former Jinger Fry of Arlington, Texas.


onship, Tennessee’s first league crown in 17 years. At the event, UT finished with three players in the top-10, including two tied for second. Kelson claimed his first SEC Coach of the Year award.


FIRST NO. 1  Tennessee earned its first No. 1 national ranking by after the Vols captured two tournament championships in the fall of 2009.


EVEN DOZEN  Kelson has coached the Vols to 12 straight NCAA regionals and the Vols are one of just 12 programs to qualify for each of the last three NCAA finals.


TOP 25 FINISH  Tennessee has finished with a top-25 national ranking in six of the last nine seasons, including the last three consecutive.


JIM AND JINGER KELSON at UT’s Mack & Jonnie Day Golf Practice Facility. UTSPORTS.COM




 THE VANDAMME FILE  Hometown: Escanaba, Mich.  Education

Northern Michigan University 2000

 College Career

Marquette University 1995-96 Northern Michigan University 1996-2000

 Wife Jill Gobert VanDamme  Children Madelyn Claire Andrew

 QUICK FACTS  Joined Vols coaching staff in August 2009 after seven years with Jim McLean Golf School  Became the youngest Master Instructor in Jim McLean Golf School history.  Five Tennessee golfers have earned SEC postseason honors in VanDamme’s two seasons at Tennessee.



Casey VanDamme arrived on the Tennessee golf scene and made immediate inroads. Now in his third season, VanDamme has helped the Vols equal their best postseason stretch in school history with three consecutive trips to the NCAA Championship Finals for the first time since the mid-1990s. VanDamme took over as assistant coach for the Vols after learning the trade under renowned golf instructor Jim McLean. VanDamme spent seven years at the Jim McLean Golf School in both Palm Springs, Calif., and Traverse City, Mich., becoming the youngest Master Instructor in school history. “Casey joined our staff as a very accomplished pro golf instructor,” Vols head coach Jim Kelson said. “Teaching and instruction have been focal points in our program for several years. These two components are really at the core of our program here at UT.” VanDamme’s teaching experience included working with some of the finest players on the PGA Tour, and he was an on-site teaching professional to a participant in the 2009 PGA Championship. “I continue to be impressed with Casey’s knowledge of the game and his understanding and expertise as a teacher of golf,” Kelson said. “He possesses a thorough and complex understanding of the mechanics of a golf swing, but his methods of teaching and development are simplified for his students. “This unique ability ideally qualifies Casey to be a member of our staff.” VanDamme brought a dozen years of golf instruction to the Vols. In his UT debut season, VanDamme coached three golfers to postseason SEC honors. David Holmes and Robin Wingardh were named to the All-SEC second team, while Jay Vandeventer was a Freshman All-SEC selection. Last year, Wingardh again was named All-SEC second team and Danny Keddie earned Freshman All-SEC honors. VanDamme debuted as a collegiate golfer at Marquette before finishing at Northern Michigan, where he graduated in 2000. He began his tenure under Jim McLean in 1998 while

still playing for the Wildcats. He also played professionally on the NGA Hooters Tour from 2003-04. VanDamme served from 2006-09 as athletics director at Mid Peninsula High School in Rock, Mich., while spending summers since 2005 with the CVD Golf Academy in Glad-

2-FOR-2  Since Casey VanDamme arrived at Tennessee in the fall of 2009, the Vols have advanced to two straight NCAA regionals and finals, placing in the top-25 both times.


NMU GRADUATE  VanDamme initially played his collegiate golf at Marquette before transferring to Northern Michigan University, where he graduated in 2000.


NGA TOUR  VanDamme played professionally for two years on the NGA Pro Golf Tour. He was a tour member during the 2003 and 2004 playing seasons.


stone, Mich. He also served in 2008 as head golf professional at LochenHeath Golf Club in Traverse City. Rock VanDamme and his wife, the former Jill Gobert, both are natives of Escanaba, Mich. They live in Knoxville with their daughters, Madelyn and Claire, and son, Andrew.













Troy Wills is a valuable member of the Tennessee basketball and golf families. He first joined the UT strength staff in January 2003 and holds the title of assistant strength and conditioning coach. During his tenure, the Pocahontas, Va., native has successfully implemented customized training programs that prevent athletic injuries while also decreasing their likelihood, aid student-athletes in optimizing their athletic potential through physical development and promote discipline, leadership and teamwork. Wills is a 2000 Emory & Henry College graduate.



Barry Cain in his fourth year as UT’s Term Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach. His primary sports are golf and swimming and diving, and he also works with the spirit squads. Cain previously worked for the Vols as a studentassistant from 1998-2001 and again as both intern and full-time staff from 2003-07. He earned B.S. in physics from Clemson University in 1993, then collected both undergraduate (exercise science) and masters (human performance and sport studies) degrees from UT in 2002.

Now in his 17th year, Joe Whitney oversees the provision of mental training services to all UT athletes and teams. A 1982 graduate of Springfield College, he coached basketball and football in New York City for 13 years before leaving the coaching profession to pursue graduate study in sport psychology. Whitney obtained a master’s from the University of Virginia in 1997 and a Ph.D. from Tennessee in 2000. He served as a graduate assistant and sport psychology consultant at UT before being named director of mental training in January 2002.



Brad Bertani assumed the position of Associate Athletics Director for Compliance in February 2004. Bertani came to UT from Marshall, where he had held the same position since January 2002. Prior to his Marshall employment, Bertani worked four years as an NCAA membership services representative. He earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from Denison University in 1991 and played on the football team for four years. He then completed a master’s in sports administration at Ohio University and his law degree at Capital University in 1994.



Jorge Roman is in his second full season as graduate assistant for the Tennessee golf program. Roman serves the team in a wide range of areas, assisting with practice setup, statistical analysis and equipment and clothing needs for both the coaches and student-athletes. The Reading, Pa., native graduated from the University of South Florida in 2006 with a degree in psychology. After finishing graduate school here at UT with a sport spychology degree, Roman plans to pursue his Ph.D. specializing in sport psychology.


Volunteer assistant coach Randy Wylie began working with the UT golf program during two seasons (2000-01) spent as Jim Kelson’s assistant coach. Wylie was Tennessee’s PGA of America Section Teacher of the Year for 2010, as voted by the PGA membership throughout the state. He already was named the Knoxville area’s PGA Teacher of the Year for a second straight season and the third time since 2004. Wylie graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in finance after being awarded AllSouthwest Conference honors for college golf successes.


Nancy Cowan serves as administrative specialist for head coach Jim Kelson and the UT men’s golf program. The Loudon resident began her career right in the middle of Tennessee’s 1998 national football championship title run under former senior associate athletics director Gary Wyant. She currently works for Executive Senior Associate AD Jon Gilbert and Senior Associate AD Mike Ward in addition to her duties with golf. Cowan was born in Manchester and grew up in Tullahoma before attending and graduating from UT.


Mark Gossett is in his third year as superintendent of UT’s 28-acre, Mack and Jonnie Day Golf Practice Facility. Gossett manages two fulltime assistants in Jeff Wolfenbarger and Nick Farragut, while also overseeing a student workstaff of six. Many of those students are majoring in UT’s Turfgrass Science program, just as Gossett did when he graduated from UT in 1993. Gossett previously served as longtime assistant superintendent at Eagles Landing Golf Club in Sevierville. He grew up and still lives in Seymour. UTSPORTS.COM



VOLUNTEERS THE 2011-12 VOLS feature a balanced lineup that is comprised of three seniors, two juniors and three sophomores.









GARRICK PORTEOUS King Edward VI School Morpeth, England

 AWARDS & HONORS 2011-12 Team Captain  SENIOR (Fall 2011)

• Matched his career-best finish with a tie for third at the opening Carpet Capital Collegiate. • Second on team with 73.08 stroke average and five rounds of par or better. • Tied for team honors with three top-25 finishes in four tournaments played. • Eleven of his 12 fall rounds counted toward team score. • Named to England Elite Squad and became England’s No. 1-ranked amateur player.  JUNIOR (2010-11)

• Vols’ best finisher at both NCAA Regional (fourth) and NCAA Championship (38th). • Placed fourth at NCAA Regional to help team rally from eight-stroke deficit in final round and qualify for third straight NCAA Championship. • Tied a season-low with a 68 in second round of regional. • Also shot a 68 in first round of Insperity August State Invitational, leading to career-best third-place finish. • Finished 38th at NCAA Championship after closing with consecutive 73s.

• Second on the team in stroke average (73.33), rounds of par or better (10) and top-10 finishes (2). • Made his debut for England in the 2011 Home Internationals in Ireland during summer 2011 after string of consistent performances. • Narrowly missed out on a national title with a runner-up finish at the Tillman Trophy. • Recorded top-10s in major events such as the British Amateur qualifying and European Amateur Championship.  SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

• Closed Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational with collegiate-best 66 that led to 12th-place finish, which also was collegiate high. • Steady throughout, with no finish lower that 55th. • Stroke average of 73.88 was fourth on team; seven rounds of par or better was fifth. • Saved best golf for postseason. Finished 22nd at SEC Championships and then claimed 14th at NCAA San Diego Regional, thanks to closing 71 that helped Vols advance.  FRESHMAN (2008-09)

• Earned NCAA Northeast Regional starting nod and responded with 30th-place showing. Scored for Vols in first two rounds (74-73) to help squad claim NCAA Championship Finals berth.

NUMBERS /// PORTEOUS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Fall 2011 Totals 12


Trns. Rounds Strokes Avg. Low High <Par T10 T25 5 15 1,127 75.13 71 82 3 0 0 8 24 1,773 73.88 66 79 7 0 3 11 33 2,420 73.33 68 82 10 2 5 4 12 877 73.08 68 79 5 1 3 28 84 6,197 73.77 66 82 25 3 11


• Highest individual finish was tie for 26th at Wolf Pack Classic. • Low round of 71 came on final day at Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate.





• Runner-up in the Fairhaven Trophy and third in the 2007 Carris Trophy. • Also competed in the quadrangular match in South Africa, where in 2007 his team finished second. • Represented England’s 18 and under team in the 2007 World Teams Challenge in Niagara Falls, Canada, where the team finished second and he finished fifth individually.

 Porteous fired a finalround, 6-under-par 66 during his sophomore season at the Schenkel Invitational. The 12th-place finish was his career best at the time.



 Porteous helped rally the Vols into the 2011 NCAA Championship Finals with a 209 score that tied for fourth place at the NCAA Central Regional in Zionsville, Ind.



FINISH  Porteous twice has tied for third place, first at the 2011 Insperity Augusta State Invitational and then this season at the Carpet Capital Collegiate.


EVENTS /// PORTEOUS’ CAREER SCORECARDS 2008-09 Wolf Pack Classic Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Administaff ASU NCAA Northeast Regional NCAA Championship

73-73-72—218 82-74-71—227 73-76-72—221 74-73-80—227 77-82-75—234

26t 46t 65t 30t 143t

2009-10 Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate John Hayt Collegiate Southern Highlands Collegiate Schenkel E-Z-Go Administaff ASU

75-71-76—222 75-75-76—226 77-79-78—234 78-72-66—216 71-74-75—220

40t 27t 37t 12t 55t

SEC Championship NCAA San Diego Regional NCAA Championship

70-72-74—216 77-73-71—221 73-70-75—218

22t 14t 51t

2010-11 Carpet Capital Collegiate Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Battle at the Beach John Hayt Collegiate Invitational Gen. Jim Hackler Championship Schenkel Invitational Insperity Augusta State Invitational

72-75-80—227 76-76-69—221 76-77-76—229 69-75-71—215 74-76-73—223 82-70-73—225 72-73-74—219 68-73-69—210

43t 30t 37t 17t 28t 18t 26t 3t

SEC Championship NCAA Central-Indiana Regional NCAA Championship Fall 2011 Carpet Capital Collegiate Rod Myers Invitational Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Cabo Collegiate

74-74-71—219 71-68-70—209 77-73-73—223

25t 4t 38t

72-68-71--211 74-72-75--221 75-74-79--228 74-72-71--217

3t 17t 43t 18





Our Lady of Sion School Worthing, England  AWARDS & HONORS

2011 Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar 2011 Academic All-SEC 2010 Academic All-SEC SEC Golfer of the Week (Oct. 21, 2009) 2009 Freshman All-SEC 2009 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll  SENIOR (Fall 2011)

• Played in all four fall tournaments. • Already tied for 10th on UT career chart with 117 rounds played. • Best effort again came at Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate, where he placed 25th. Best showings of sophomore and junior seasons also came at Bank of Tennessee. • Best score was 73 in middle round of Carpet Capital Collegiate.  JUNIOR (2010-11)

• Joined senior Robin Wingardh as only UT golfers to appear in all 12 tournaments. • Fourth on team with 74.69 stroke average and tied for third with eight rounds of par or better. • Best showing was fourth-place finish at Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate.

• All three rounds there under par (71-71-69) for second topfive in as many years at that event. • Added four other top-25s, including 16th at Gen. Jim Hackler Championship and 18th at Insperity ASU Invitational. • Finished 25th at SEC Championship for his third top-40 placement at that event.  SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

• Captured first collegiate tournament championship with comedalist honors at Carpet Capital Collegiate. • All three rounds were under par, including final day 69 that was personal best at that time. • Finished with his lowest collegiate score of 210 (6 under par). • Win helped Vols to first team title at that prestigious event in school history, claiming 12-stroke margin over second-place Chattanooga. • Finished second at Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate. • Included there was collegiate-low score of 67 in second round. On final day, drained 40-foot birdie putt on 18th hole to push Vols to eventual scorecard-playoff victory over Oregon State. • Named SEC Golfer of the Week on Oct. 21 for his earlyseason efforts. • Earned three more top-20s.

NUMBERS /// RENWICK’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Fall 2011 Totals 14


Trns. Rounds Strokes Avg. Low High <Par T10 T25 11 33 2,444 74.06 70 78 7 2 5 12 36 2,659 73.86 67 84 12 2 5 12 36 2,689 74.69 69 86 8 1 5 4 12 909 75.75 73 81 0 0 1 39 117 8,701 74.37 67 86 27 5 16


• Competed in 11 tournaments, including all three postseason events. • Best finish was seventh at NCAA Northeast Regional, helping Vols to NCAA Championship berth. Placed 54th in finals at Inverness Club. • Placed ninth at Arizona Invitational with season-low score of 213. • Season-low 70 in three rounds. • Five top-20 finishes and two top-10s. • Scoring average (74.06) and number of rounds of par or better (7) were both fourth on squad. • Named to Freshman All-SEC squad. • Tied for third at 2009 British Amateur, losing to eventual champion and current European PGA Tour member Matteo Manassero.

• In 2006, he finished fourth in the McEvoy Trophy and in 2007 represented England in a quadrangular match in South Africa while finishing sixth in the McEvoy Trophy. • Also won the Jean Case Salver (best 15 and under) at the McGregor Trophy in 2004. • Champion at the 2005 Douglas John Trophy and champion of the 2006 and 2007 Faldo Junior Series. • Member of the first-place England team at the prestigious Boys Home internationals golf tournament in summer 2007. • Finished sixth at the 2007 Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters.



TOURNAMENT  Renwick claimed medalist honors at the 2009 Carpet Capital with a 210 score, and then matched that total later that season at the Administaff ASU Invitational.






ROUND  Renwick nearly won a second tournament in three tries when he shot 67 in the middle round of the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate en route to a tie for second.


• Runner-up for 2009 Tillman Trophy.

 FRESHMAN (2008-09)

 Renwick’s best tournament was the kickoff to his sophomore campaign, when he shot 71-70-69--210 to tie for first place at the Carpet Capital Collegiate.


EVENTS /// RENWICK’S CAREER SCORECARDS 2008-09 Carpet Capital Collegiate Ping/Golfweek Preview Wolf Pack Classic Arizona Invitational John Hayt Collegiate Braveheart Classic Schenkel E-Z-Go Administaff ASU SEC Championship NCAA Northeast Regional NCAA Championship 2009-10 Carpet Capital Collegiate Windon Memorial

76-72-70—218 76-77-78—231 75-75-77—227 70-71-72—213 75-76-74—225 75-74-76—225 74-70-73—217 74-72-76—222 77-74-74—225 71-72-77—220 76-73-72—221

71-70-69—210 75-73-77—225

20t 61 53t 9t 13t 31t 14t 68t 39t 7t 54t

1t 30t

Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate UNCG Bridgestone Battle at the Beach John Hayt Collegiate Southern Highlands Collegiate Schenkel E-Z-Go Administaff ASU SEC Championship NCAA San Diego Regional NCAA Championship 2010-11 Carpet Capital Collegiate Windon Memorial Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Isleworth Collegiate Invitational

74-67-72—213 72-72-70—214 73-68-77—218 77-71-75—223 76-84-80—240 74-76-76—226 69-68-73—210 73-71-73—217 77-73-75—225 82-77-79—238

78-75-74—227 86-73-72—231 71-71-69—211 83-75-80—238

2t 15t 40t 15t 61t 64t 14t 26t 33t 154t

43t 76t 4t 61t

Battle at the Beach John Hayt Collegiate Gen. Jim Hackler Championship Schenkel Invitational Insperity Augusta State Invitational SEC Championship NCAA Central-Indiana Regional NCAA Championship Fall 2011 Carpet Capital Collegiate Rod Myers Invitational Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Cabo Collegiate

70-71-78—219 76-70-76—222 76-74-74—224 72-72-79—223 73-71-71—217 73-71-75—219 74-79-74—227 78-79-74—231

35t 21t 16t 46t 18t 25t 49t 102t

78-73-74--225 81-74-79--234 75-74-74--223 74-77-76--227

42t 51t 25t 43t




JAY VANDEVENTER Chattanooga Baylor School Bristol, Tenn.

 AWARDS & HONORS 2010 Freshman All-SEC  JUNIOR (Fall 2011)

• Began junior season with best collegiate tournament to date, a solo seventh place at Carpet Capital Collegiate. • Tournament-score of 212 also his low UT scorecard after rounds of 73-69-70. • Added tie for 29th place at Cabo Collegiate. • Third on team with 74.92 stroke average and three rounds of par or better.  SOPHOMORE (2010-11)

• Improved scoring average to 74.94. • Fifth on team with six rounds of par or better. • Earned first collegiate top-10 with tie for 10th-place at Battle at the Beach. • Opened that tournament with a pair of 70s en route to 213 total. • Scored then best collegiate finish with 14th-place showing at Windon Memorial. • Included was career-best matching 69 in second round. • Finished season with three top-25s, including a tie for 25th at SEC Championship. • In the Tennessee lineup for 11 of the 12 tournaments, in-

cluding all eight during spring season. • Placed seventh at 2011 Tennessee State Amateur for his third consecutive top-20 showing in that event. • Fired rounds of 75-74-73 at Colonial Country Club in the Memphis suburb of Cordova to finish at 6-over 222, four strokes behind the champion.  FRESHMAN (2009-10)

• Earned lineup spot for 10 tournaments and was fourth on team in rounds played with 30. • Stroke average of 75.00 included eight rounds of par or better. • Best rounds were 69 on final afternoon at Carpet Capital Collegiate, and 69 on second day of SEC Championship. • Finished 22nd at SEC Championship to tie for Tennessee’s best individual showing. • Stroke average over his last five tournaments, including three in postseason, was 74.13. • Named to Freshman All-SEC squad.  PRIOR TO TENNESSEE

• AJGA All-America honorable mention for 2009. • Tied for seventh at 2009 Tennessee State Amateur played at The Honors Course, defeating three members of UT golf team among 63-player field. • Golfweek Magazine Player of the Week after winning AJGA’s

NUMBERS /// VANDEVENTER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009-10 2010-11 Fall 2011 Totals 16


Trns. Rounds Strokes 10 30 2,250 11 33 2,473 4 12 899 25 75 5,622

Avg. Low High <Par T10 T25 75.00 69 85 8 0 1 74.94 69 83 6 1 3 74.92 69 81 3 1 1 74.96 69 85 17 2 5


Junior Championship at The Virginian by 10 strokes. • Attended The Baylor School in Chattanooga, where he helped Red Raiders to Tennessee Div. II-AA high school state championships all four seasons. Individual finishes at state tournament were 13th, fourth, second and third. • Won 2007 IJGT Harbor Town Links Championships, shooting 68 in final round.

 VANDEVENTER’S CAREER BESTS ROUND  Four times Vandeventer has posted a 69 on his scorecard, the most recent being at the Carpet Capital Collegiate to start the 2011 fall season.





 Vandeventer began his junior season with a terrific showing at the Carpet Capital, carding a tournament score of 212 to help the Vols to a second-place finish.



FINISH  Vandeventer finished a solo seventh place at the 2011-12 season opener. It marked his best collegiate result and was his second career top-10 placement.


SCORECARD /// VANDEVENTER’S CAREER SCORECARDS 2009-10 Carpet Capital Collegiate Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate UNCG Bridgestone Battle at the Beach Southern Highlands Collegiate Schenkel E-Z-Go Administaff ASU SEC Championship NCAA San Diego Regional NCAA Championship

81-80-69—230 75-73-74—222 70-72-74—216 71-73-79—223 81-81-85—247 74-76-71—221 74-71-72—217 75-69-72—216 74-75-77—226 78-77-77—232

50t 40t 26t 58t 75t 41t 40t 22t 39t 141t

2010-11 Carpet Capital Collegiate Windon Memorial Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Battle at the Beach John Hayt Collegiate Invitational Gen. Jim Hackler Championship Schenkel Invitational Insperity Augusta State Invitational SEC Championship NCAA Central-Indiana Regional NCAA Championship

71-73-78—222 74-69-73—216 83-77-81—241 70-70-73—213 72-81-77—230 75-73-81—229 76-73-76—225 76-72-73—221 73-73-73—219 74-76-75—225 78-73-81—232

30t 14t 74t 10t 54t 30t 55t 36t 25t 45t 106t

Fall 2011 Carpet Capital Collegiate Rod Myers Invitational Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Cabo Collegiate

73-69-70—212 78-76-81—235 79-75-76—230 77-74-71—222

7 55 50t 29t



• Best rounds were 66s on two occasions -- to open Insperity tournament and final round at NCAA Regional. • Named to both Freshman All-SEC team for on-course success and First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll for classroom achievement. • Finished third at 2011 Tillman Trophy, right behind teammate Garrick Porteous (second).


DANNY KEDDIE Robert Pattison School Lincoln, England



2011 Freshman All-SEC 2011 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll  SOPHOMORE (Fall 2011)

• Led Vols with 72.75 stroke average and eight rounds of par or better. • Began season with tie for 14th place at Carpet Capital Collegiate after rounds of 72-71-72. • Posted best collegiate tournament score and finish at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, tournament with 209 for solo third place.

• 2008 Lincolnshire County champion as 16-year-old, winning at Woodhall Spa Golf Club by four shots. Victory qualified him for England Golf Union Champions Event. • Selected in both 2008 and 2009 to England Golf Union Midlands Region Coaching Group, just one level below his nation’s countrywide team. • Won 2008 Belton Park club championship. • For 2008 North of England Open Amateur Youths Championship at Middlesbrough Golf Club, finished third in under-18 division with four-day total of 5-over-par 285. • In 2007 Faldo Series for 17 and under, played in grand final at Celtic Manor in Wales (Vols teammate Darren Renwick won that age group). Also competed in 2007 Andalusia European Junior Masters at Valderrama, Spain, finishing fourth.


 FRESHMAN (2010-11)

• Joined Vols in January and made immediate impact. • Tied for 10th in very first tournament, Battle at the Beach, after opening with rounds of 70-69. • Posted four top-10 finishes in eight tournaments played. • Finished sixth, sixth and seventh over three-tournament stretch of the Insperity Augusta State Invitational, SEC Championship and NCAA Central-Indiana Regional.



 Keddie owns a pair of 66s, including final round of NCAA regional.

 Keddie’s last tourney of fall 2011 resulted in 209 at Cabo Colleg.



FINISH  Keddie placed solo third at Cabo after closing with a 68.


NUMBERS /// KEDDIE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010-11 Fall 2011 Totals

Trns. Rounds Strokes 8 24 1,782 4 12 873 12 36 2,655

Avg. Low High <Par T10 T25 74.25 66 85 8 4 4 72.75 68 80 8 1 3 73.75 66 85 16 5 7

SCORECARD /// KEDDIE’S CAREER SCORECARDS 2010-11 Battle at the Beach John Hayt Collegiate Invitational Gen. Jim Hackler Championship Schenkel Invitational Insperity Augusta State Invitational SEC Championship 18


70-69-74—213 75-75-76—226 82-78-76—236 81-71-85—237 66-71-75—212 71-71-70—212

10t 41t 54t 82t 6t 6t

NCAA Central-Indiana Regional NCAA Championship

69-75-66—210 76-78-82—236

7t 121t

Fall 2011 Carpet Capital Collegiate Rod Myers Invitational Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Cabo Collegiate

72-71-72—215 72-75-78—225 73-80-71—224 71-70-68—209

14t 24t 30t 3




Saint Stephens Episcopal School Santa Clara University Sarasota, Fla.

2011 All-West Coast Conference 2010 West Coast Conference Freshman of the Year


• Competed for Santa Clara as freshman and sophomore. • Compiled 73.26 stroke average for 63 rounds played over those two seasons. • Included were 25 rounds of par or better, six top-10 finishes

77-71-82—230 75-70-81—226 74-71-69—214 78-74-68—220 70-69-71—210 68-71-74—213 76-74-76—226 73-76-72—221 72-81-75—228

31t 43t 38t 56t 3t 7 49t 32t 15

• Graduate of Saint Stephens Episcopal School in Sarasota, Fla.


Avg. Low High <Par T10 T25 73.63 68 82 11 2 3 72.97 66 81 14 4 8 75.00 72 79 2 0 1 73.48 66 82 27 6 12

 Lamb opened 2011 Pacific Invite with 66 en route to a tie for fifth.


SCORECARD /// LAMB’S CAREER SCORECARDS 2009-10 (Santa Clara) Spartan Classic Wyoming Desert intercollegiate Del Walker Intercollegiate Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate Turtle Bay Resort College Invitational Anteater Invitational Oregon Duck Invitational BancorpSouth Intercollegiate WCC Championship



NUMBERS /// LAMB’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Trns. Rounds Strokes 2009-10 (Santa Clara) 9 27 1,988 2010-11 (Santa Clara) 12 35 2,554 Fall 2011 3 9 675 Totals 24 71 5,217


• In the lineup for Tennessee’s final three tournaments of the fall season. • Fourth on the team with a 75.00 stroke average. Two of his nine rounds were par or better. • Consistent performer whose best finish was 25th at Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate.


 JUNIOR (Fall 2011)

and 11 total top-25s. • Led Santa Clara as sophomore with 73.07 scoring average. • Best tournament was second-place showing at 2011 Del Walker Intercollegiate in Long Beach, Calif. • Named to All-WCC first team in 2011 and WCC Freshman of the Year in 2010. • Seventh-place finish at 2011 West Cost Conference Championship helped him qualify for NCAA San Diego Regional as an individual. Tied for 13th at regional. • Also had consecutive top-10s as freshman at Turtle Bay Resort College Invite (3rd) and Anteater Invitational (7th). • Competed in nine of Santa Clara’s 11 tournaments during freshman season. • Finished 15th at 2010 WCC Championship.



2010-11 (Santa Clara) Palouse Cougar Collegiate UTA/Waterchase Invitational Cabo Collegiate St. Mary’s Invitational Pacific Invitational Anteater Invitational Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate Del Walker Intercollegiate The Duck Invitational

75-73-73—221 68-74-77—219 73-81-81—235 74-75-71—220 66-70-70—206 dq-74-71—dq 73-72-78—223 71-71-67—209 77-73-72—222

52t 24t 58t 10t 5t -13t 2 37t

TOURNEY  Lamb followed opening 66 with rounds of 70-70 at Pacific Invite.


FINISH  Closing 67 lifted Lamb to solo 2nd at 2011 Del Walker.


Barona Collegiate WCC Championship NCAA San Diego Regional

73-72-74—219 72-74-72—218 75-71-71—217

11t 7t 13t

Fall 2011 Rod Myers Invitational Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Cabo Collegiate

79-75-72—226 74-72-77—223 76-72-78—226

29t 25t 40t



• Improved scoring average from freshman year by three strokes to 76.07. • Had best career finish of 30th at Windon Memorial. • Posted 77 on final day at Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate, which wound up as tie-breaking result to lift Vols past Oregon State in scorecard playoff. • Opened that tournament with collegiate-low score of 70 en route to personal best 222 and tie for 40th.


JUSTIN WALKER Goodpasture Greenbrier, Tenn.

 FRESHMAN (2008-09)

• Made first collegiate appearance at Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate in October. • Fired 54-hole total of 235 and finished tied for 67th. • Best round was 76 at Bank of Tennessee. • Redshirted 2007-08 season.


2011 Academic All-SEC 2010 Academic All-SEC 2009 Academic All-SEC 2008 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll


• Runner-up at 2006 Tennessee State Class A-AA Tournament. • Helped Goodpasture High School to 2005 State Class A-AA Championship. • Finished first in the Tennessee Section of 2006 Junior PGA Championships.

 SENIOR (Fall 2011)

• Squad member.  JUNIOR (2010-11)

• Made the lineup for two tournaments. • Tied for 78th at Windon Memorial, and finished 80th at Battle at the Beach. • Named Academic All-SEC team member for third time.  SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

• Earned lineup position in all four fall tournaments.

 WALKER’S CAREER BESTS ROUND  Walker opened 2009 Bank of Tenn. with 2-under score of 70.


TOURNEY  Walker helped Vols to 2009 Bank of Tenn. title with 222 total.


FINISH  Closing 73 led to Walker’s best career finish at 2009 Windon.


NUMBERS /// WALKER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Fall 2011 Totals

Trns. Rounds Strokes Avg. Low High <Par T10 T25 2 6 475 79.17 76 82 0 0 0 5 15 1,141 76.07 70 80 1 0 0 2 6 474 79.00 75 82 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0 0 9 27 2,090 77.41 70 82 1 0 0




2008-09 Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Braveheart Classic

76-77-82—235 80-79-81—240

67t 87t

Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate UNCG Bridgestone John Hayt Collegiate

70-75-77—222 77-75-78—230 80-78-80—238

40t 74t 74t

2009-10 Carpet Capital Collegiate Windon Memorial

76-73-77—226 77-75-73—225

43 30t

2010-11 Windon Memorial Battle at the Beach

79-75-79—233 80-82-79—241

78t 80



BRANDON RODGERS Farragut Farragut, Tenn.


2011 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll  SOPHOMORE (Fall 2011)

• Squad member.


Champions in Kingsport. • Captured 2008 Stanford Financial Junior Championship at TPC-Southwind in Memphis by eight shots. • Rodgers’ parents, Deborah and Bryan, both are UT graduates. Bryan Rodgers also has experienced success playing the Tennessee amateur golf circuit over past 20 years.



• Earned place in Vols lineup three times in four fall events. • Best showing was in collegiate debut at Carpet Capital Collegiate, where he finished 30th. • Put together rounds of 71-71 over tournament’s final two days for closing score of 222. • Also played in John Hayt Collegiate Invitational as an individual participant.  PRIOR TO TENNESSEE

• Helped Farragut High School squad to consecutive Class AAA state championships in 2008 and 2009. • Team was first repeat winner of McDonald’s Tournament of

NUMBERS /// RODGERS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010-11 Fall 2011 Totals

Trns. Rounds Strokes Avg. Low High <Par T10 T25 4 12 948 79.00 71 87 2 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0 0 4 12 948 79.00 71 87 2 0 0


SCORECARD /// RODGERS’ CAREER SCORECARDS 2010-11 Carpet Capital Collegiate Windon Memorial Isleworth Collegiate Invitational John Hayt Collegiate Invitational

80-71-71—222 79-81-77—237 86-75-86—247 73-82-87—242

30t 85 74 78t



 Rodgers posted consecutive 71s to finish his first collegiate tourney.

 Rodgers scored a 222 at the 2010 Carpet Capital Collegiate.



FINISH  A solid weekend lifted Rogers into a tie for 30th in his UT debut.



pionship. • Also competed in Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate and Schenkel Invitational.




• Captured 2010 Bubba Conlee National Junior Tournament in Bartlett. Finished three-day event as only player under par, shooting 69-69-71--209 to win by two. • Tied for 15th in the 2009 Tennessee State Amateur held at The Honors Course. • Tied for runner-up medal at 2008 AJGA Knoxville Open and captured the 2009 Baylor Preview championship. • Father, Tom, is PGA Professional and he and his wife, Dana, own Jackson National Golf Club.

University School of Jackson Jackson, Tenn.  AWARDS & HONORS

2011 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll  SOPHOMORE (Fall 2011)

• Started strong with tie for 25th place at Carpet Capital Collegiate. • Closed that event with 3-under-par 69 for best collegiate round, best tournament score of 219 and best finish. • Helped Vols to second-place team result in strong field. • Played solid golf at Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate, shooting 76-77-77--230 to tie for 50th. • Finished fall season on strong note by shooting 70 in final round of Cabo Collegiate.  FRESHMAN (2010-11)

• Played in three tournaments, all as an individual participant. • Best finish was tie for 45th place at Gen. Jim Hackler Cham-


Trns. Rounds Strokes 3 9 706 4 12 911 7 21 1,617

Avg. Low High <Par T10 T25 78.44 75 82 0 0 0 75.92 69 81 2 0 1 77.00 69 82 2 0 1

SCORECARD /// TALKINGTON’S CAREER SCORECARDS 2010-11 Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Gen. Jim Hackler Championship Schenkel Invitational Fall 2011 Carpet Capital Collegiate Rod Myers Invitational Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Cabo Collegiate 22


78-82-78—238 78-75-81—234 81-75-78—234

76-74-69—219 73-80-81—234 76-77-77—230 78-80-70—228

72t 45t 80

25t 51t 50t 47t

 TALKINGTON’S CAREER BESTS ROUND  Talkington closed the 2011 Carpet Capital with a 69.


TOURNEY  Talkington began his sophomore year with a careerlow score of 219.


FINISH  Talkington’s finish was 25th at the 2011 Carpet Capital tourney.



On the 2011 Signing Class ...


• Won Tennessee State High School Class A-AA Championship in 2010, completing sweep of all four prep postseason tournaments that year. • Captured Tennessee Junior Amateur title in 2011 and qualified for U.S. Junior Amateur, where he was 10th in stroke play before losing 1-down in match play round of 64. • Finished 22nd at 2011 Western Open in Chicago. • Concluded 2011 AJGA circuit with three top-20 finishes, including a 14th-place result at The Greenbrier in West Va.



“We’re really excited about them. They were raised very well, they know right from wrong and they are going to come in and absorb, take in our information and be very good listeners. There’s no question our future is bright with those three on board.”

Alcoa, Tenn.


“All three of those players are extremely long and they drive it very straight, which is a great combination. They have a passion for golf, they’re superfocused and they are coming to the University of Tennessee to win a national championship. Obviously that’s easy to say and extremely difficult to do, but I can’t think of a better mix to work with than these three players.



“I said when they signed that this was the finest recruiting class I’ve been able to assemble in my coaching career, and I stand by that. They’re exactly what we are looking for in terms of their commitment, their work-ethic, and their talent is unquestionably there. You never know how it’s all going to turn out in the end, but for three players – I would definitely rank that recruiting class among the top five or six in the country. Hopefully, I prove to be right on this.





• Medalist runner-up at 2011 Ohio State High School Div. I Championship, leading to first team All-State honors. • His school, Jerome High, swept both the boys and girls titles for second time in seven years and remains only Ohio school to accomplish this feat. • Second at 2009 AJGA Nationwide Insurance Junior, eighth at 2010 Coca-Cola Junior Championship, and fourth at 2011 AJGA Junior at Savannah Quarters. • Also 10th at 2011 Bubba Conlee National Junior and tied for 14th at AJGA TaylorMade/Adidas Golf Junior.


Manistique, Mich.  HIGH SCHOOL NOTES

• Coached in his youth by current Vols Director of Instruction Casey VanDamme. Believed to be first Div. I scholarship athlete from Manistique High since 1961. • Already holds distinction of youngest (15) club champion at his hometown Indian Lake Golf & Country Club, starting run of four consecutive men’s titles by average of 16 strokes. • 2009 and 2011 Upper Peninsula Div. I medalist, and runnerup in 2010. 2011 AJGA results showed four top-10s in four events, including runner-up at Randy Wise Junior Open. UTSPORTS.COM



 Golf Again Tops UT Men’s Team GPA

The Tennessee golf program made it back-to-back semesters with the highest grade-point average of all nine UT varsity teams. UT golfers had a 3.41 GPA for spring 2011 and a 3.45 average in the fall. Also as a squad, Tennessee golf earned All-Academic Team recognition from the Golf Coaches Association of America. Two golfers, Justin Walker and Darren Renwick, were named to the SEC’s Spring Academic Honor Roll. Walker, a management major, was on the list for the third time in addition to his inclusion on the SEC’s Freshman Academic Honor Roll after his redshirt season of 2008. Renwick, majoring in logistics, was honored for the second time, also in addition to being on the 2009 freshman academic listing. Renwick later was named a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar for 2011 by the Golf Coaches Association of America. All three of Tennessee’s 2010-11 freshmen -- Danny Keddie, Brandon Rodgers and Marshall Talkington -- were named to the 2011 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll. Remaining members of the 2010-11 men’s golf team who contributed to academic excellence were Garrick Porteous, Jay Vandeventer and Robin Wingardh. Vols head coach Jim Kelson has placed 59 student-athletes on DARREN RENWICK was named a 2011 Cleveland Golf/Srixon AllAmerica Scholar in addition to earning Academic All-SEC honors.

 ACADEMIC ALL-SEC 1985 1986 1987 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 24

Eric Rebmann (Business) Eric Rebmann (Finance) Eric Rebmann (Finance) Tom Smith (Finance) Sam Maynard (Civil Engineering) Donnie Cooper (Political Science) Donnie Cooper (Political Science) Mike Tankersley (Accounting) Donnie Cooper (Public Administration) Bryan DeCorso (Business) Tommy Johnston (Accounting) Dale Thorley (Business) Scott Kammann (Sport Management) Jorge Rubio (Management) Steven Smith (Business) Dale Thorley (Finance) Scott Kammann (Sport Management) Lans Slack (Finance) Dale Thorley (Finance) Boomer Erick (Business) Scott Kammann (Sport Management) Lans Slack (Finance) Dale Thorley (Finance)

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Dirk Daniel (Undecided) Boomer Erick (Finance) Tim Turpen (Business) Dirk Daniel (Psychology) Boomer Erick (Finance) Lans Slack (Finance) Tim Turpen (Management) Kevin Law (Logistics & Transportation) Andy Brimer (Finance) Ryo Fukami (Logistics & Transportation) Kevin Law (Logistics & Transportation) Jason Powell (Sport Management) Ryo Fukami (Logistics & Transportation) Jimmy White (Finance) Andrew Black (Sport Management) Andy Brimer (Business) Ian Parnaby (Arts & Sciences) Andrew Pratt (Sport Management) Jimmy White (Business) Andy Brimer (Finance) Ian Parnaby (Sport Management)


2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Andrew Pratt (Sport Management) Andrew Black (Sport Management) Ian Parnaby (Sport Management) Andrew Pratt (Sport Management) Brandon Skeen (Business) John Brannen (Biology) Clint Cromwell (Psychology) J. S. Rattan (Psychology) Chris Robinson (Classics) Brandon Skeen (Accounting) John Brannen (Biochemistry) Ross McGowan (Logistics & Trans.) Jonathan Mount (Sport Management) Chris Robinson (Classics) Brandon Skeen (Accounting) David Skinns (Psychology) Tino Weiss (Sport Management) John Brannen (Biochemistry) Lloyd Campbell (Sport Management) Charlie Ford (Sport Management) Jonathan Mount (Sport Management) Tino Weiss (Sport Management) James Brannen (Biological Sciences)

2008 2009 2010 2011

the SEC’s Academic Honor Roll since taking the Tennessee reins in the 1998-99 season. Twenty-four of those honorees have been named in the last five years.

 NATIONAL HONORS • Eric Rebmann 1986 Academic All-America 1987 Academic All-America • Donnie Cooper 1992 Golf Coaches of America All-America Scholar • Dale Thorley 1994 Golf Coaches of America All-America Scholar • Boomer Erick 1997 CoSIDA/GTE Academic All-America • Tim Turpen 1997 CoSIDA/GTE Academic All-America • Andrew Pratt 2003 Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar • Tino Weiss 2007 Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar

John Branen (Biochemistry) Charlie Ford (Sport Management) Jonathan Mount (Sport Management) Philip Pettitt (Sport Management) Ben Spickard (Sport Management) Tino Weiss (Sport Management) James Brannen (Biological Sciences) Charlie Ford (Sport Management) David Holmes (Enterprise Management) Cameron Lawrence (Business) Philip Pettitt (Sport Management) Ben Spickard (Sport Management) James Brannen (Biological Sciences) David Holmes (Enterprise Management) Cameron Lawrence (Economics) Justin Walker (Enterprise Management) James Brannen (Biological Sciences) David Holmes (Logistics & Transportation) Cameron Lawrence (Economics) Darren Renwick (Sport Management) Justin Walker (Management) Darren Renwick (Logistics) Justin Walker (Management)

• David Holmes 2009 Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar • Darren Renwick 2011 Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar

Twice is Nice It’s been more than 20 years, and Eric Rebmann remains the only Vol to earn Academic All-America honors twice, doing so in 1986 and 1987. Rebmann, who majored in finance, lettered for the Vols from 1984-87 and was Academic All-Southeastern Conference three times. He was no slouch with the golf clubs either. As a sophomore in 1985, he fired a 205 to win the Chris Schenkel Invitational in Statesboro, Ga. He also earned second-team All-SEC honors that season. After his senior year, he finished runner-up at the U.S. Amateur.



FACILITIES The Mack and Jonnie Day Golf Practice Facility features the M.C. JAMES DRIVING RANGE, which has a tee box measuring the approximate size of a regulation football field. UTSPORTS.COM


MACK AND JONNIE DAY GOLF PRACTICE FACILITY Located alongside the Tennessee River, the Mack and Jonnie Day Golf Practice Facility serves as the home for the Vols and Lady Vols golf teams.





The Mack and Jonnie Day Golf Practice Facility is a $3.5 million facility built in association with the Greg Norman Design Group. The project was completed for the Fall 2010. MILLION


The practice facility features three full-length holes: two par 4s and one par 3. The course also boasts the M.C. James Driving Range. HOLES



Serving as home for the Vols and Lady Vols teams, the Mack and Johnnie Day Golf Practice Facility is less than a mile from the UT MILE campus.



PUTTING/CHIPPING  The facility features an 11,000 sqaure-foot putting green and 10,600 square-foot chipping and pitching green. Also included are two practice bunkers.




HOLES NO. 1 & 3 

Hole No. 1 is a 337-yard Par 4. The first green doubles as a pitching green off the No. 2 tee. Hole No. 3 is the longest at 403 yards. The tee shot is narrow with a bunker on the right. PAR


Hole No. 2. is the shortest hole at the facility -- a 117-yard Par 3 with a severely sloped green from back to front. Shots with too much spin will roll right off the green. YARDS



Phase II of the project will feature the Blackburn-Furrow Clubhouse. Intended features include space for heated hitting bays for yeare-round PHASE use, locker rooms and a lounge area.





The Tennessee Volunteers golf team is fortunate to have playing privileges at three of the top clubs in Knoxville: Holston Hills Country Club, Fox Den Country Club and Cherokee Country Club.

Additionally, the Vols have their choice of several other facilities within an hour of campus.

 HOLSTON HILLS COUNTRY CLUB YARDAGE: 7,082 PAR: 72  Located just east of campus on the banks of the Holston River, Holston Hills Country Club is as well-preserved of a Donald Ross course as can be found. Built in 1927, it immediately was recognized as the finest course in the state and retains its lofty status today. It features more than 100 bunkers scattered across the 150-acre property with its Bermuda rough and fast, tricky bentgrass greens. Holston Hills has a long history of hosting prestigious events including the men’s NCAA Championship in 1955 and 1965, USGA Women’s MidAmateur Championship in 2004, the Southern Amateur four times and numerous state competitions. Holston Hills recently was restored to its original design and Golf Digest ranks it as one of America’s top classical courses. 28



In addition to Holston Hills, Fox Den and Cherokee, the Vols enjoy playing at the following golf facilities: The Honors Course Egwani Farms Golf Club Fairways and Greens Golf Center Gettysvue Polo, Golf and Country Club Green Meadow Country Club Landmark Club at Avalon Millstone Golf Club Morristown Country Club Oak Ridge Country Club Rarity Pointe Golf Club River Islands Golf Club Tennessee National Golf Club Willow Creek Golf Club




YARDAGE: 7,110 PAR: 72


 Fox Den’s championship golf course has hosted the Nationwide Tour’s Knoxville Open since 1999. Designer Willard Byrd positioned the course perfectly against the backdrop of the Smoky Mountains when it opened in 1969. Fox Den boasts rollings hills, beautiful wooded areas and long fairway stretches. A complete redesign took place in 2004 to enhance the bentgrass greens and tree-lined, well-bunkered fairways. Water hazards are a factor on the closing 13th, 16th and 18th greens.


 CHEROKEE COUNTRY CLUB YARDAGE: 6,472 PAR: 70  Founded in 1907 on hills overlooking the Tennessee River, Cherokee is Knoxville’s most exclusive golf club. Its current layout was designed in the early 1920s by Donald Ross during the pinnacle of his career, and since 2000 the club has restored the course to Ross’ architectural designs and philosophy. The fairways are tight and tree-lined, with fast undulating bentgrass greens. Six difficult par-3 holes provide players with a strong challenge. UTSPORTS.COM


FACILITIES ON THE UT CAMPUS In addition to the golf courses and practice facilites at their disposal, Tennessee golfers have access to state-of-the-art facilities on the UT campus. Among the amenities available to these student-athletes are the Thornton Athletics Student Life Center and the Neyland-Thompson Sports Center and its weight and athletic training rooms.

 THE THORNTON CENTER  The Thornton Athletics Student Life Center is a state-of-the art, 33,000-square foot facility that provides studentathletes with academic counseling and career development services.  With 14 full-time staff members, the Thornton Athletics Student Life Center offers academic counseling services, career development program, student development program, comprehensive tutoring program, writing lab, math lab, computer lab, and accommodations for students with special needs.  Student-athletes at Tennessee receive topflight academic support through the Thornton Athletics Student Life Center.



WEIGHT ROOM UT golf team members receive excellent weight training instruction from Troy Wills and Barry Cain. The duo has successfully implemented customized training programs that prevent athletic injuries while also decreasing their likelihood, aid studentathletes in optimizing their athletics potential through physical development and promote discipline, leadership and teamwork. They also work closely with UT doctors, athletic trainers and rehab specilists in the design and implementation of strength and conditioning programs for injured athletes.

ATHLETIC TRAINING ROOM Jason McVeigh’s UT Sports Medicine staff operates out of the Neyland-Thompson Sports Center. Tennessee’s Director of Sports Medicine is in his sixth season heading the department and his 13th season overall at UT. Under McVeigh, the UT department has added a Team Physician’s Clinic, a revised substance abuse testing policy, an expanded physical therapy clinic as well as development of Team EXCEL, a multi-disciplined program aimed at addressing the complex behavioral health needs of UT student-athletes.




Founded as Blount College in 1794, UT became the state’s first public university and its comprehensive land-grant research institution in 1879. Tennessee’s only public Carnegie Doctoral/Research-Extensive University, UT ranked 51st among U.S. News and World Report’s Top Public Universities in the country.

The Princeton Review named UT as a “Best Southeastern College” for its high standards and outstanding reputation among higher education institutions in the Southeast. Forbes Magazine ranks the UT MBA program 24th among all national programs.

It is the nation’s No. 1-ranked medium-size market for “Best Cities for Relocating Families” by Bert Sperling’s BestPlaces. The final ranking represented one of the most sophisticated comparative studies available on how location affects a family’s relocation success and emphasized on home prices, indexed home affordability, appreciation rates, property taxes and rent costs. Metro Knoxville also was named No. 10 on the list of Forbes Magazine “Best Places for Business and Careers.”


Knoxville has a metro population of more than 700,000 and is surrounded by seven lakes. It is 45 minutes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the country’s most-visited park.




Tennessee boasts a 550-acre campus, housing 220 buldings. The landscape houses more than 300 degree programs and more than 300,000 alumni call Rocky Top home.

The Princeton Review ranked UT as one of the top 50 universities in the nation in 2009 for “best value,” based on the quality of academics and amount of financial aid compared to costs.


The University’s colleges and schools include more than 8,300 faculty and staff servicing its 27,523 students, who come from every county in Tennessee, every state in the nation and more than 100 foreign countries. Females account for 51 percent of the student body and the university has a 14.2 percent total minority enrollment.


The University of Tennessee intends to be the preeminent public research and teaching university linking the people of Tennessee to the nation and the world.

The city has grown into a cosmopolitan area with numerous attractions and more than 500 restaurants. It serves as the headquarters to the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), the nation’s largest public utility, and is known as a technology corridor of the Southeast. Knoxville is located in the geographical center of the eastern United States and is within a day’s drive of half the nation’s population. Knox County is situated at the crossroads of three major interstates, I-75, I-40 and I-81.

U.S. News & World Report placed the College of Law’s clinical training program in 15th place among national public institutions. The UT nuclear engineering program ranks 12th in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report. UT has been named a Top 100 degree producer for African-American doctorate degrees, according to DIVERSE: Issues in Higher Education magazine.

It also is where country music star Kenny Chesney was raised and is the birthplace of famous movie creator Quentin Tarantino. UTSPORTS.COM



During the Mexican War, Gov. Aaron Brown issued a call requesting 2,800 volunteers for military service; he got 30,000 respondents. The Atlanta Constitution was the first to call UT athletes “Volunteers,” after a Tennessee-Georgia Tech football game. The name stuck.  SMOKEY

No one is quite sure if UT picked Smokey or if Smokey picked UT. Back in 1953, the UT Pep Club sponsored a contest for a live mascot, and a bluetick hound responded to the crowd with a howl. Today, Smokey IX is famous for leading the Vols through the “T” prior to each home football game. A costumed version of Smokey emerged in the 1970s and was redesigned in 1982 to look more like the dog of today. Known to sport a tuxedo, overalls, or a Big Orange jersey, he’s a top collegiate mascot and a star both on and off the field.  THE HILL

The hill is symbolic of higher education in the state. UT, founded in downtown Knoxville in 1794 as Blount College, moved to the Hill in 1828 and quickly grew around it. The main part of UT’s old campus stands on this rising bank above the north shore of the Tennessee River.  SCHOOL COLORS

UT’s distinctive orange color was inspired by a small cluster of orange and white daisies on the Hill.



In 1889, UT athletics association president Charles Moore spotted the flowers and chose the school’s colors in homage. The colors soon

appeared on athletic uniforms and has permeated nearly every item in East Tennessee, from clothing to cars.  THE VOLUNTEER STATUE


UT’s official alma mater is “On a Hallowed Hill,” but its unofficial theme song is the everpopular “Rocky Top.”

The Volunteer Statue—more commonly known as the Torchbearer—is made of Knox dolomite and originated from a student contest held by the classes of 1928 through 1932.

Written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant in 1967, the couple also wrote hits such as Buddy Holly’s “Wake up, Little Susie” and the Everly Brothers’ “Bye, Bye Love.”

It was adopted as the official symbol of the university in 1932, but the Great Depression and World War II delayed the statue being cast and displayed until 1968. It bears the words of inspiration: “One that beareth a torch standeth in shadow to give light to others.”

First played by the UT Pride of the Southland Band in 1972, “Rocky Top” quickly became a staple of UT sporting events and was named one of the state’s official songs in 1982.


Walk through campus and you’ll see a giant, 98ton, Knox dolomite rock serving as a communication hub and palette of expression for the UT community. Unearthed in the 1960s, the Rock is a geological message board of every color. It changes often with hellos and goodbyes, birthday wishes, sports championships, marriage proposals, and political endorsements. Pretty much anything goes. It is so iconic, even the independent campus radio station, WUTK-FM, shares its namesake. It’s called 90.3 The Rock, and it plays—what else?— rock music.

Wish that I was on ol’ ROCKY TOP, Down in the Tennessee hills; Ain’t no smoggy smoke on ROCKY TOP, Ain’t no telephone bills. Once I had a girl on ROCKY TOP, Half bear, the other half cat; Wild as mink, but sweet as soda pop, I still dream about that.

[Chorus] ROCKY TOP, you’ll ­­­always be Home sweet home to me; Good ol’ ROCKY TOP- ROCKY TOP Tennessee.

Once two strangers climbed ol’ ROCKY TOP Looking for a moonshine still; Strangers ain’t come down from ROCKY TOP, Reckon they never will. Corn won’t grow at all on ROCKY TOP, Dirt’s too rocky by far; That’s why all the folks on ROCKY TOP Get their corn from a jar.



The state received the “Volunteer” moniker in the 19th century for Tennesseans’ willingness to serve their country.



AFFIRMATIVE ACTION STATEMENT: University of Tennessee does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability or veteran status in provision of educational programs and services or employment opportunities and benefits. This policy extends to both employment by and admission to the University. The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, or disability in its education programs and activities pursuant to the requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in its efforts to ensure a welcoming environment for all persons, does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation in its campus-based programs, services, and activities. Inquiries and complaints should be directed to the Office of Equity and Diversity. Inquiries and charges of violation concerning Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, ADA or the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) or any of the other above referenced policies should be directed to the Office of Equity and Diversity (OED), 1840 Melrose Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37996‑3560, telephone (865) 974‑2498 (V/TTY available) or 974-2440. Requests for accommodation of a disability should be directed to the ADA Coordinator at the UTK Office of Human Resources, 600 Henley Street, Knoxville, TN 37996‑4125. The University of Tennessee is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution in the provision of its education and employment programs and services.



THE VOLS rallied down the stretch last season to finish third at the SEC Championship, fourth at the NCAA Regional and 24th at the NCAA Championship.




y VOLS CLOSE SEASON IN 24TH STILLWATER, Okla. - Tennessee fancied a better finish, but the Vols had to settle for their third straight top-25 result. UT played directly to its seeding of 24th out of 30 teams at the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship. “While we played better over the second and third rounds, unfortunately our first round just put us too far behind,” UT head coach Jim Kelson said. Tennessee shot 303 to tie for the 16th-best round of the final day at breezy Karsten Creek Golf Club. In the second round, the Vols also tied for the 16th best score. But it was starting in 27th place that sealed the team’s fate. “Obviously, this was not the finish we had hoped for,” Kelson said. The Vols closed the tournament with solid rounds of 73 from Garrick Porteous, 74 from Darren Renwick and 75 by Robin Wingardh, but couldn’t get that fourth wheel to stage a comeback that, realistically, was aiming only for a top-20 result. Jay Vandeventer closed out the UT scoring with an 81, and Danny Keddie added 82. “We were proud of our team’s efforts this post-season and their advancement to the finals, but we expect better than 24th place,” Kelson said. “Our program must become significantly better and that is 100 percent my responsibility. “We will continue to make improvements to ensure our program stays on the path of becoming one of the elite teams in the country.” This was Tennessee’s third straight trip to the NCAA finals, 34


matching the best three-year run in school history. Kelson now has coached the Vols to 12 consecutive NCAA regionals, extending the school record, and six NCAA finals since 2003.

y OKLAHOMA! VOLS RALLY FOR FINALS BERTH ZIONSVILLE, Ind. - Tennessee pulled into the Wolf Creek Golf Club for the NCAA Central Regional final round and almost immediately started mowing down the competition. Charlotte? Check. Stanford? Only took a few holes. Why, the Vols even chased down Iowa before the day was through and punched their ticket into the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship in Stillwater, Okla. “We are thrilled,” UT head coach Jim Kelson said. “This may have been the best we have played this year under the extreme circumstances we had here today. Under the gun, this was a great round.” OK, so it wasn’t quite an easy afternoon at the local pitch-andputt. But Tennessee burst from the gate on a treacherous golf course and made up an eight-stroke deficit with plenty to spare, rallying to an impressive fourth-place tie. Tennessee carded a 3-under-par 281 in the final round to finish at 13-over 865, even with Iowa (865) and four strokes clear of Stanford (869). The Cardinal entered the day in fifth place, eight strokes ahead of Tennessee, but shot a final-round 293 for its worse score of the tournament. The Vols entered the final round mired in seventh place and needing to play their best golf of the weekend. They did that and

SCHOOL RECORD MATCHED  Tennessee advanced to the NCAA Finals for a third straight time to tie the program record set by the 1980-82 and 1995-97 squads.


REGIONAL RUN  The Vols extended their program record by earning a 12th consecutive NCAA Regional bid in 13 seasons under head coach Jim Kelson. UT rallied to finish fourth.


more, mimicking a Peyton Manning and Indianapolis Colts’ two-minute drill -- only at the start of the day. “I think they knew this was a hard-enough golf course that we could make up eight shots,” said Kelson, who received a goodluck call before the tournament began from Manning, a Wolf Run member and proud Vols alumnus. “Typically, it’s pretty tough to make up eight shots on teams as good as Stanford or Iowa. But on a course this hard with just a little bit of wind, if you go out and play pretty well, you can make that up. “We needed a hot start and we got after it.”

y VOLS, WINGARDH CLAIM THIRD AT SEC GOLF Tennessee and senior captain Robin Wingardh held on to capture a pair of third-place finishes at the SEC Men’s Golf Championships in Sea Island, Ga.


Wingardh already had been named to the 2011 Division I Ping All-Region Team, and earlier was selected to the All-SEC second team for the third straight year. “Robin worked so hard for us and we are very proud to have had him as a member of our program,” Vols head coach Jim Kelson said. Wingardh, who served as team captain for 2010-11, helped the Vols to NCAA finals appearances in each of his last three seasons in Knoxville to match the best three-year run in UT program history. Tennessee placed 12th, 25th and 24th nationally in those championship events. The Morarp, Sweden, native led UT in scoring average (72.36) and rounds of par or better (16). His high score of the year was 78 at the NCAA regional, and four times he turned in 68s for low round. At this year’s SEC Championship, Wingardh twice shot 69 and tied for third place -- part of a seven-tournament stretch in which he recorded five top-10s.

Renwick previously was named to the Academic All-SEC squad for the second time in two eligible seasons. The logistics major compiled a 74.69 stroke average for 36 competitive rounds in 2010-11, with one top-10 finish. ROUNDS OF PAR OR BETTER  Tennessee combined for 50 individual rounds of par or better during the 2010-11 season. Senior captain Robin Wingardh led the way with 16.


Former Tennessee golfer Robin Wingardh added yet another recognition to his collegiate resume by earning a place on the Division I Ping All-America Honorable Mention Team.

Tennessee’s Darren Renwick has been named a Cleveland Golf/ Srixon All-America Scholar for 2011 by the Golf Coaches Association of America, it was announced Wednesday.



Walker is on the SEC’s Academic Honor Roll for the third time in addition to his inclusion on the SEC’s Freshman Academic Honor Roll after his redshirt season of 2008. Renwick made the 2009 Freshman Academic Honor Roll and also was on the Academic All-SEC team in 2010.



Wingardh shot his second 1-under-par 69 for the weekend and missed out on the playoff by one stroke, finishing at even-par 210. Teammate Danny Keddie shot 70 in his final round to finish in a tie for sixth place at 212, while UT’s three other competitors tied for 25th place at 219. Garrick Porteous shot 71 and Jay Vandeventer 73 to close out the Sunday scoring for Tennessee, while Darren Renwick carded a 75.

Justin Walker and Darren Renwick, both of whom just completed their junior seasons, were named to the Academic AllSEC squad. Walker is majoring in management and Renwick in logistics.


“We were very proud of our team’s effort this week,” UT head coach Jim Kelson said. “Robin had another super week and was right there at the end, challenging for the individual title.”

Men’s golf turned in the spring semester’s top grade-point average on campus among male varsity teams and placed two individuals on the SEC’s Spring Academic Honor Roll.

The men’s team GPA of 3.41 led all nine UT varsity squads for the spring semester. The remaining members of the 2010-11 men’s golf team were Danny Keddie, Garrick Porteous, Brandon Rodgers, Marshall Talkington, Jay Vandeventer and Robin Wingardh.


The Vols carded their best round of the weekend, a 3-over-par 283 that left the team at 16-over 856 for the three days at Sea Island Golf Club.



It was UT’s best showing at the league tournament since winning it all in 2007, and Wingardh continued his outstanding form with his fifth top-10 result in the last seven outings.


ROUNDS IN THE 60S  Tennessee notched 19 rounds that broke into the 60s in 2010-11. Eight of those rounds were contributed by Robin Wingardh, with Garrick Porteous added five.


NCAA APPEARANCES  Exactly half of Tennessee 24 all-time NCAA postseason tournament appearances have come under currnet Vols head coach Jim Kelson.




 2010-11 SEASON STATISTICS Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Robin Wingardh 36 2,605 72.36 Garrick Porteous 33 2,420 73.33 Danny Keddie 24 1,782 74.25 Darren Renwick 36 2,689 74.69 Jay Vandeventer 33 2,473 74.94 Max Smith 6 455 75.83 Marshall Talkington 9 706 78.44 Brandon Rodgers 12 948 79.00 Justin Walker 6 474 79.00 Team Totals (4 Scores) 11 events 9,685 293.48 (33 rounds) Team Totals (5 Scores) 1 event 1,077 359.00 Key CCC Carpet Capital Collegiate WM Windon Memorial Golf Classic BTI Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate ISL Isleworth Collegiate Invitational

High Round 78 NR 82 GHC 85 SI 86 WM 83 BTI 79 ISL 82 BTI 87 JHC 82 BB 309 ISL

Rounds Par or Better 16 10 8 8 6 0 0 2 0 7

Best 54- Hole Score 206 CCC 209 NR 210 NR 211 BTI 213 BB 226 BTI 234 GHC, SI 222 CCC 233 WM 849 ASI

Top 10 Finishes 5 2 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 8

355 BB

364 BB


1,077 BB


BB Battle at the Beach JHC John Hayt Collegiate Invitational GHC Gen. Hackler Championship SI Schenkel Invitational


Danny Keddie

Battle at the Beach John Hayt Collegiate Gen. Hackler Championship Schenkel Invitational Insperity ASU Invitational SEC Championship NCAA Regional NCAA Championship


Garrick Porteous


Best Finish 2nd ISL T-3rd ASI T-6th ASI, SEC T-4th BTI T-10th BB T-37th ISL T-45th GHC T-30th CCC T-78th WM 2nd ASI 6th BB

ASI Administaff Augusta State Invitational SEC Southeastern Conference Championship NR NCAA Central-Indiana Regional NC NCAA Championship

ROBIN WINGARDH led the 2010-11 Vols with a scoring average of 72.36.


• Carpet Capital Collegiate, Rocky Face, Ga., Sept. 10-12 294-288-298--880 T-8th of 12 • Windon Memorial Golf Classic, Glencoe Ill., Sept. 26-27 303-288-297--888 14th of 17 • Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate, Jonesborough Oct. 15-17 299-290-284--873 T-5th of 14 • Isleworth Collegiate Invitational, Windermere, Fla., Oct. 24-26 309-294-305--908 T-11th of 15 • Battle at the Beach, Newport Coast, Calif. Feb. 13-15 355-358-364--1077 6th of 13 • John Hayt Collegiate Invitational, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., Feb. 27-March 1 289-295-298--882 5th of 15 •Gen. Hackler Championship, Murrells Inlet, S.C., March 13-14 307-287-299--893 4th of 17 • Schenkel Invitational, Statesboro, Ga., March 18-20 289-289-303--881 10th of 15 • Insperity Augusta State Invitational, Augusta, Ga., April 2-3 282-284-283--849 2nd of 15 • SEC Championship, Sea Island, Ga., April 15-17 286-287-283--856 3rd of 12 • NCAA Central-Indiana Regional, Zionsville, Ind., May 19-21 287-297-281--865 T-4th of 14 • NCAA Championship, Stillwater, Okla., May 31-June 5 308-299-303--910 24th of 30 36

Low Round 68 4x 68 ASI, NR 66 ASI, NR 69 BTI 69 WM 73 BTI 75 GHC, SI 71 CCC 75 WM 281 NR

Carpet Capital Collegiate Bank of Tenn. Intercollegiate Isleworth Collegiate Battle at the Beach John Hayt Collegiate Gen. Hackler Championship Schenkel Invitational Insperity ASU Invitational SEC Championship NCAA Regional NCAA Championship

Darren Renwick

Carpet Capital Collegiate Windon Memorial Bank of Tenn. Intercollegiate Isleworth Collegiate

70-69-74--213 75-75-76--226 82-78-76--236 81-71-85--237 66-71-75--212 71-71-70--212 69-75-66--210 76-78-82--236

T-10th T-41st T-54th T-82nd T-6th T-6th T-7th T-121st

72-75-80--227 76-76-69--221 76-77-76--229 69-75-71--215 74-76-73--223 82-70-73--225 72-73-74--219 68-73-69--210 74-74-71--219 71-68-70--209 77-73-73--223

T-43rd T-30th T-37th T-17th T-28th T-18th T-26th T-3rd T-25th T-4th T-38th

78-75-74--227 86-73-72--231 71-71-69--211 83-75-80--238

T-43rd T-76th T-4th T-61st

Battle at the Beach John Hayt Collegiate Gen. Hackler Championship Schenkel Invitational Insperity ASU Invitational SEC Championship NCAA Regional NCAA Championship

70-71-78--219 76-70-76--222 76-74-74--224 72-72-79--223 73-73-71--217 73-71-75--219 74-79-74--227 78-79-74--231

T-35th T-21st T-16st T-46th T-18th T-25th T-49th T-102nd

80-71-71--222 79-81-77--237 86-75-86--247 73-82-87--242

T-30th 85th 74th T-78th

Bank of Tenn. Intercollegiate 78-73-75--226 Isleworth Collegiate 79-76-74--229

T-52nd T-37th

Brandon Rodgers Carpet Capital Collegiate Windon Memorial Isleworth Collegiate *John Hayt Collegiate

Max Smith

Marshall Talkington

*Bank of Tenn. Intercollegiate 78-82-78--238 *Gen. Hackler Championship 78-75-81--234 *Schenkel Invitational 81-75-78--234

Jay Vandeventer

Carpet Capital Collegiate Windon Memorial Bank of Tenn. Intercollegiate Battle at the Beach

71-73-78--222 74-69-73--216 83-77-81--241 70-70-73--213

T-72nd T-45th 80th T-30th T-14th 74th T-10th

John Hayt Collegiate Gen. Hackler Championship Schenkel Invitational Insperity ASU Invitational SEC Championship NCAA Regional NCAA Championship

Justin Walker Windon Memorial Battle at the Beach

Robin Wingardh

Carpet Capital Collegiate Windon Memorial Bank of Tenn. Intercollegiate Isleworth Collegiate Battle at the Beach John Hayt Collegiate Gen. Hackler Championship Schenkel Invitational Insperity ASU Invitational SEC Championship NCAA Regional NCAA Championship * Competed as individual

72-81-77--230 75-73-81--229 76-73-76--225 76-72-73--221 73-73-73--219 74-76-75--225 78-73-81--232

T-54th T-30th T-55th T-36th T-25th T-45th T-106th

79-75-79--233 80-82-79--241

T-78th 80th

73-69-75--217 71-71-75--217 74-70-71--215 71-68-75--214 76-73-68--217 68-74-73--215 74-70-76--220 69-75-74--218 75-68-70--210 69-72-69--210 73-78-71--222 77-75-75--227

T-15th T-19th T-12th 2nd 28th T-6th T-7th T-20th 8th T-3rd T-34th T-74th






TENNESSEE has advanced


to each of the last three NCAA Championship Finals





JAMES WALLS (1934-53)

SID HATFIELD (1968-76)

Overall SEC Record/ NCAA  Year Record Finish Regional NCAA 1934 0-4 -- -- -1935 12-5 -- -- -1936 3-3 -- -- -1937 3-5-1 -- -- -1938 1-8 -- -- -1939 3-5 -- -- -1940 3-6 -- -- -1941 6-5 -- -- -1942 2-5 -- -- -1943-46 No Team 1947 4-7 -- -- -1948-53 No Records Available Total 37-53-1 --

Overall SEC Record/ NCAA  Year Record Finish Regional NCAA 1968 22-4-1 11-2/2nd -- -- 1969 28-7 7-4/4th -- -1969-70 61-31 6-3/4th -- -1971 69-36 5-4/5th -- -1972 64-28 8-2/3rd -- 13th 1972-73 83-28 6-4/5th -- -1973-74 47-57 7-26/6th -- -1974-75 76-58-1 10-22/6th -- -1975-76 127-61-1 12-27/6th -- -Fall 1976 20-22 1-3/-- -- -Total 587-332-3 72-94

Spring 1977 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86

LLOYD FOREE (1954-67)

1954-62 No Records Available 1963 3-8 1-5 -- 1964 11-4-1 4-2 -- 1965 27-28-1 8-7/5th -- 1966 7-10-2 5-7-1/7th-t -- 1967 16-5 10-4/4th -- Total 64-55-4 28-25-1

--15th-t ---

MIKE MALARKEY (1976-98) 40-93-1 3-27/8th -- 83-116 5-25/7th -- 104-135 12-36/7th -- 184-61-1 45-19-1/1st -- 189-76-1 26-16/2nd -- 156-52-2 44-16/5th -- 137-65-1 34-24-1/5th -- 100-93-2 17-25-1/5th -- 109-91-3 15-14-1/6th-t -- 90-111-4 10-15-1/7th-t --

---6th 7th-t 22nd -----


Coach James Walls Lloyd Foree Sid Hatfield Mike Malarkey Jim Kelson Totals Available

Overall Years Won Lost Tied Pct. 1934-53 37 53 1 .412 1954-67 64 55 4 .537 1968-76 587 332 3 .638 1976-98 2,273 1,811 56 .556 1998-present 1,436 973 41 .594 77 years 4,397 3,224 107 .576

SEC Won Lost Tied Pct. -- -28 25 1 .528 73 97 0 .429 484 521 18 .482 313 306 8 .506 898 949 27 .486

Mike Malarkey Southeastern Conference titles: 3 (1980, 1990, 2007) NCAA Regional appearances: 18 (1990, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011) NCAA Championship appearances: 16 (1955, 1965, 1968, 1972, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011) 38



Overall SEC Record/ NCAA  Year Record Finish Regional NCAA 1986-87 152-54 18-14/4th -- -1987-88 96-35-3 15-12/6th -- -1988-89 87-74-5 21-20-1/4th -- -1989-90 94-86 22-25/1st 12th -1990-91 45-83-5 7-22/8th -- -1991-92 76-91-8 26-31-4/8th-t 18th -1992-93 122-63-3 38-22-2/10th 13th -1993-94 71-68-1 27-26-1/2nd-t -- -1994-95 111-66-7 32-15-1/5th 7th-t 16th-t 1995-96 101-88-5 29-34-2/10th 9th-t 23rd 1996-97 95-97-3 27-41-1/9th 7th 28th 1997-98 31-113-1 11-42-1/4th-t -- -Total 2,273-1,811-56 484-521-18

JIM KELSON (1998-Present)

1998-99 101-68-7 26-25-2/5th -- -1999-2000 94-99-1 23-38/10th 13th-t -2000-2001 84-96-5 17-32-2/6th 21st -2001-02 124-52-1 36-23/7th 13th-t -2002-03 126-98-1 31-23/4th 4th 23rd 2003-04 99-87-2 20-28-1/6th 17th -2004-05 121-59-4 27-19-2/5th 2nd 11th 2005-06 77-83-1 19-28/9th 18th -2006-07 142-58-3 28-20/1st 5th 16th 2007-08 121-47-3 19-16/6th 11th -2008-09 134-50-2 23-16/11th 2nd 12th 2009-10 98-72-7 19-15/8th 3rd-t 25th-t 2010-11 89-84-4 21-21-1/3rd 4th-t 24th Fall 2011 26-20 4-2 Total 1,436-973-41 313-306-8





Maryville Holston Hills CC (Knoxville) Vanderbilt Southern Intercollegiate Kentucky

Won 3 Lost 3 Chattanooga (Knoxville) Georgia Tech (Atlanta) Georgia Tech (Knoxville) Cincinnati (Knoxville) Open Intercollegiate (Athens, Ga.) Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.) Kentucky (Knoxville)

Won 3 Lost 5 Tied 1 Davidson (Knoxville) Maryville (Knoxville) Amherst (Knoxville) Georgia Tech (Atlanta) Georgia (Athens, Ga.) Kentucky (Knoxville) Georgia Tech (Knoxville) Southwestern (Knoxville) Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.)


Coach James Walls April 11 L April 14 L April 15 L April 20 L April 22 L April 30 L May 6 L May 13 L May 20 W

4-14 18-0 9-9 1½-16½ 5½-12½ 18-0 5½-12½ 16½-1½ 2½-15½

Won 1 Lost 8 Michigan (Knoxville) Georgia Tech (Knoxville) Washington-St. Louis (Knoxville) Wayne University (Knoxville) Cincinnati (Knoxville) Kentucky (Knoxville) Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.) Georgia Tech (Atlanta) Sewanee (Knoxville)


Coach James Walls March 29 L April 3 W April 6 W April 7 L April 13 L April 21 W May 5 L May 12 L

17-1 2½-15½ 6-12 11-7 na 11½-6½ 8½-9½

7-20 ½- 17½ 3½-14½ 6-12 4-23 7-14 8½-12½ 0-18 16½-1½

Won 3 Lost 5 Kalamazoo (Knoxville) Western Reserve (Knoxville) Alma (Knoxville) Purdue (Knoxville) Michigan (Knoxville) Centre (Knoxville) Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.) Kentucky (Knoxville)

6½-11½ 10½-7½ 13-5 4-14 7-14 20½-½ 14-16 7½-13½


Coach James Walls March 24 W March 25 W March 28 W March 29 L April 5 L April 9 W April 18 L May 2 L May 8 W May 15 W May 16 L

Tournament/Opponent (Site) Washington-St. Louis Purdue Georgia Tech Kalamazoo Michigan Georgia Tech na Kentucky Kentucky

Won 6 Lost 5 Kalamazoo (Knoxville) Kalamazoo (Knoxville) Maryville (Knoxville) Georgia Tech (Knoxville) Georgia Tech (Atlanta) Sewanee Michigan (Knoxville) Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.) Centre (Knoxville) Sewanee Kentucky (Knoxville)


Georgia Tech (Atlanta) Georgia Tech (Knoxville) Centre (Knoxville) Cherokee Country Club Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.) Kentucky (Knoxville) Holston Hills C.C. (Knoxville)


No Team


Coach James Walls April 5 L Georgia Tech (Atlanta) na W Western Michigan na W Spring Hill na W Holston Hills Country Club May 1 L Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.) na L Louisville na L Cincinnati May 9 L Kentucky (Knoxville) na L Centre na W Louisville May 24 L Georgia Tech (Knoxville)


17-1 16½-1½ 18-0 4-14 5-13 10½-7½ 3½-14½ 3½-14½ 17½-½ 12½-5½ 6½-11½

Won 2 Lost 5

Coach James Walls March 28 L April 4 L April 17 W April 24 W May 1 L May 8 L May 17 L

Score 6½-11½ 11-16 11½-6½ 11-7 1-17 3-15 17½-½ 3-15 4-14

Results Unavailable

1½-16½ 3-15 11-7 9½-8½ 0-18 0-18 3-15

Won 4 Lost 7 5-13 11½-6½ 11½-6½ 13-5 2-16 6-12 4-14 3-15 8½-9½ 26½-½ 3-15


Coach Lloyd Foree Date Finish April 8 W April 11 L April 12 L April 17 L April 19 W April 22 L na W April 25 L May 10 L May 17 L May 17 L


Coach Lloyd Foree March 20 W March 23 W March 24 L March 25 W March 25 W March 27 T na W April 4 W April 6 W April 10 L April 13 W April 14 L April 17 W April 20 L na W na W


Won 3 Lost 8 Tournament/Opponent (Site) East Tennessee State (Knoxville) Georgia (Athens, Ga.) Georgia Tech (Atlanta) Louisville (Knoxville) Vanderbilt (Knoxville) East Tennessee State (Johnson City) Milligan (Elizabethton) Vanderbilt (Nashville) Georgia Tech (Knoxville) Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.) Louisville (Louisville, Ky.)

Score 16-12 6½-20½ 6-21 7-11 15-12 5-13 15½-2½ 12½-14½ 3½-5½ 5½-9½ 4½-10½

Won 11 Lost 4 Tied 1 Kentucky (Knoxville) Purdue (Knoxville) Purdue (Knoxville) Purdue (Knoxville) Indiana (Knoxville) Indiana (Knoxville) Purdue (Knoxville) Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.) East Tennessee State (Knoxville) East Tennessee State (Johnson City) Georgia Tech (Atlanta) Georgia (Athens, Ga.) Vanderbilt (Knoxville) Georgia (Knoxville) Chattanooga (Knoxville) Chattanooga (Knoxville)

23½-3½ 14-13 8½-18½ 9½-8½ 12-6 9-9 10-8 20-7 23-4 10-17 6-3 9-18 12½-9½ 3½-23 19-8 20½-6½


Coach James Walls March 26 L March 27 W March 31 T April 2 L April 3 L April 9 W April 10 L May 1 W May 8 L

18-0 10-8 10½-7½ na 17½-½

Won 3 Lost 6


 1937

Won 12 Lost 5


Coach James Walls March 28 W April 4 L April 11 L April 18 W April 23-25 6th May 9 W May 23 L

Score 8-10 ½-17½ ½-17½ 5½-12½


Coach James Walls Date Finish March 27 L March 28 L March 30 W April 1 W April 6 L April 20 L April 26 W May 3 L May 10 L


Coach James Walls March 30 W April 3 W April 24 W April 25-27 6th/14 May 4 W

Tournament/Opponent (Site) Vanderbilt (Knoxville) Georgia Tech (Knoxville) Georgia Tech (Atlanta) Vanderbilt (Nashville)


Won 0 Lost 4


Coach James Walls Date Finish April 7 L April 21 L April 28 L May 5 L

Won 27 Lost 28 Tied 1

Coach Lloyd Foree April 1 L Purdue (Knoxville) April 2 L Purdue (Knoxville) April 3 L Purdue (Knoxville) April 5 W Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.) na W Vanderbilt (Knoxville) April 9 W Chattanooga (Knoxville) April 12 W Kentucky (Knoxville) April 19 L Georgia (Athens, Ga.) April 20 L Georgia Tech (Atlanta) April 21 W Chattanooga (Chattanooga) April 22 W Vanderbilt (Nashville) April 23 L Georgia (Athens, Ga.) April 26 L Houston (Knoxville) May 3 L East Tennessee State (Knoxville) na L Georgia (Knoxville) na L East Tennessee State (Knoxville) A 29-M 1 5th/9 SEC Championship (Athens, Ga.) June 21-25 T-15th/33 NCAA Championship

16-20 10-26 9½-26½ 16½-7½ 23½-3½ 15½-11½ 19-8 5-22 11-16 16½-10½ 11½-6½ 6-12 9½-17½ 8-19 13½-22 13½-19½ 605 302-305--607




Coach Lloyd Foree Date Finish March 18 W na W April 18 L April 15 W April 18 L April 19 L na L April 21 W April 29 W na W May 13-14 T-7th/9 May 16 T


Coach Lloyd Foree April 3 W April 3 W April 3 W April 6 W April 11 W April 14 W April 20 W May 1 W May 4 W na W May 8 L May 9 L May 12-13 4th/10


Coach Sid Hatfield April 1 W April 1 W April 5 W April 6 W na W April 15 L April 15 W April 18 L April 22 W April 22 L April 24 W na W April 29 W April 29 T na W May 4 W na W May 6 W May 17-18 2nd/10 June 17-18 21st


Coach Sid Hatfield March 15 W March 16 L Mar 19-21 4th 40

Won 7 Lost 10 Tied 2 Tournament/Opponent (Site) Kentucky (Knoxville) East Tennessee State (Knoxville) East Tennessee State (Johnson City) Vanderbilt (Knoxville) Georgia (Athens, Ga.) Georgia Tech (Atlanta) Chattanooga (Chattanooga) Vanderbilt (Nashville) Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.) Chattanooga (Chattanooga) SEC Champ. (Baton Rouge, La.) Georgia Tech (Knoxville)

Score 14½-3½ 11½-6½ 11-16 20½-6½ 7-20 2½-24½ 12-17 14½-12½ 13½-10½ 18-9 913 13½-13½

Won 16 Lost 5 Mars Hill (Knoxville) 17-1 Kentucky (Knoxville) 18-0 East Tennessee State (Knoxville) 14-4 Georgia Tech (Knoxville) 22½-4½ Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.) 387-400 Vanderbilt (Knoxville) 27-1 Vanderbilt (Nashville) 24-3 East Tennessee State (Johnson City) 16½-10½ Mars Hill (Spruce Pine, N.C.) 11½-6½ Wofford (Spruce Pine, N.C.) 10½-7½ Georgia (Athens, Ga.) 2-25 Georgia Tech (Atlanta) 11-16 SEC Championship (Gainesville, Fla.) 914

Won 22 Lost 4 Tied 1 Georgia Tech (Knoxville) Furman (Knoxville) Purdue (Knoxville) Purdue (Knoxville) Kentucky (Knoxville) East Tennessee State (Johnson City) Morris Harvey (Johnson City) Vanderbilt (Nashville) Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.) Louisville (Lexington, Ky.) Miami (Ohio) (Knoxville) East Tennessee State (Knoxville) Georgia State (Statesboro, Ga.) Georgia Tech (Atlanta) Wofford (Spartanburg, S.C.) Furman (Greeneville, S.C.) Wofford (Spartanburg, S.C.) Georgia (Knoxville) SEC Championship (Knoxville) NCAA Champ. (Las Cruces, N.M.)

11½,-6½ 11½-6½ 28½-7½ 19-17 354-391 10-11 10- 2 375-371 365-384 365-364 377-401 362-380 377-386 377-377 458-476 12-6 12½-5½ 356-360 850 na

Won 28 Lost 7 Ohio State (Knoxville) 297-327 Georgia (Athens, Ga.) 3-24 Red Fox Tournament (Red Fox, S.C.) na


Lloyd Foree (left) coached the Vols from 1954-67 and was followed by Sid Hatfield from 1968-76. Hatfield also was an accomplished baseball player at UT, earning tournament MVP honors at the 1951 College World Series. Date na April 7 April 11-12 na na April 22 April 26 na na na na April 29 na na May 1-3

Finish 4th W 3rd/14 W W L W W W W W W W W 4th/9


Coach Sid Hatfield Oct 24-25 1st/8 na 4th/12 Mar 18-21 8th/17 March 22 W March 22 L March 22 W Mar 25-27 4th/16 April 3-4 2nd/8 April 14-18 13th/24 April 28 L May 13-16 4th/10


Coach Sid Hatfield Jan 7-8 5th/13 March 12 L Mar 17-20 5th/17 Mar 24-26 1st/16 March 31 W April 2-3 1st/7 April 8-9 1st/6 April 14-17 19th/25 April 19 6th/17 May 13-16 5th/10

Tournament/Opponent (Site) Score Palmetto Inv. (Orangeburg, S.C.) na East Tennessee State (Knoxville) 378-384 Robert Kepler Inv. (Columbus, Ohio) 394-381-382--1157 Furman (Knoxville) 457-469 Furman (Knoxville) 452-462 East Tennessee State (Johnson City) 8½-9½ Furman (Greeneville, S.C.) 14½-6½ Furman (Greeneville, S.C.) 13-8 Clemson (Greeneville, S.C.) 16-5 Citadel (Greeneville, S.C.) 13½-7½ Miami-Ohio (Knoxville) 373-388 Georgia (Atlanta) 363-364 Auburn (Atlanta) 363-379 Georgia Tech (Atlanta) 363-373 SEC Championship 1117

Won 61 Lost 31 Tennessee Golf Classic (Knoxville) Senior Bowl (Mobile, Ala.) Palmetto Inv. (Orangeburg, S.C.) Penn State (Greenville, S.C.) Furman (Greenville, S.C.) Rogers (Greeneville, S.C.) Red Fox Tournament (Trion, N.C.) Major College Inv. (Knoxville) All-America Invitational (Houston) Georgia Tech (Atlanta) SEC Champ. (Pine Mountain., Ga.)

384-396--780 na na 17-4 9½-11½ 19-2 na 377-386-377--1140 1239 377-375 1138

Won 69 Lost 36 Senior Bowl (Point Clear, Ala.) 383-385--768 Austin Peay (Knoxville) 392-389 Palmetto Inv. (Orangeburg, S.C.) 1173 Red Fox Invitational (Tryon, N.C.) 382 UT Martin (Knoxville) 385-394 Major College Inv. (Knoxville) 564-577--1141 Fox Den Invitational (Knoxville) 370-397--767 All-American Trn. (Houston) 313-318-302-316--1249 Mid-American Inv. (Oxford, Ohio) 381-376--757 SEC Champ. (Pine Mountain, Ga.) 1155


Coach Sid Hatfield Date Finish Jan. 6-7 8th/11 March 19 1st/5 Mar 22-24 1st/10 M 30-A 1 4th/21 April 6-7 2nd/9 April 20 W April 20 W April 24 4th/15 May 5 W May 6 W May 12-14 3rd/10 June 21-24 13th/15


Coach Sid Hatfield Oct 6-7 1st/8 Jan 25-27 6th/10 March 1 W March 1 W Mar 16-18 1st/4 Mar 20-23 3rd/13 March 24 W April 3 W April 3 W April 3 W April 5-6 8th/22 April 12-13 1st/7 April 20-22 5th/22 April 30 7th/17 na W May 18-20 5th/10


Coach Sid Hatfield Oct 4-5 5th/15 Oct 8-9 2nd/7 F 28-M 3 15th/22 March 14 W Mar 17-18 3rd/6 Mar 21-24 11th/16 April 4-5 1st/5 April 12-13 7th/10 April 26-28 16th/20 May 7 W May 17-19 6th/10


Coach Sid Hatfield Oct 7-8 2nd/15 Oct 11-12 T-2nd/7 F 28-M 2 9th/24 March 15 W March 15 W March 16 W March 16 W Mar 25-28 13th/18

Won 64 Lost 28 Tournament/Opponent (Site) Score Senior Bowl (Mobile, Ala.) 401-390--791 Daytona Beach Inv. (Dytna Bch, Fla.) 301 Red Fox Invitational (Tryon, N.C.) 394-383-395--1172 Furman Inv. (Greeneville, S.C.) 372-385-388--1145 Major College Inv. (Knoxville) 577-576--1153 UT Martin (Chattanooga) 369-378 Chattanooga (Chattanooga) 369-386 Mid-American Inv. (Oxford, Ohio) 387-384--771 Georgia Tech (Atlanta) 383-387 Auburn (Pine Mountain, Ga.) 374-392 SEC Champ. (Pine Mountain, Ga.) 381-380-367--1128 NCAA Champ. (Cape Coral, Fla.) 297-303-315-302--1217

Won 83 Lost 28 Etowah Valley Int. (Etowah Val., N.C.) 622 Placid Lakes Int. (Lake Placid, Fla.) 305-610-301--1216 Carson-Newman (Knoxville) 383-415 Chattanooga (Knoxville) 383-426 Daytona Beach Inv. (Dytna Bch, Fla.) 296 Red Fox Invitational (Tryon, N.C.) 384-391--775 Miami-Ohio (Knoxville) 464-483 Chattanooga (Chattanooga) 289-295 Auburn (Chattanooga) 289-297 Sewanee (Chattanooga) 289-314 Furman Inv. (Greeneville, S.C.) 378-394--772 Major College Inv. (Knoxville) 597-585--1182 Chris Schenkel Trn. (Statesboro, Ga.) 290-303-295--888 Mid-American Tourn. (Oxford, Ohio) 386-378--764 Waterloo (Knoxville) 306- 325 SEC Champ. (Pine Mountain, Ga.) 378-388-385--1151

Won 47 Lost 57 Etowah Valley Int. (Etowah Val., N.C.) 308-321--629 Opryland Classic (Old Hickory) 302-295--597 Seminole Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) 298-307-306--911 Chattanooga (Knoxville) 385-411 Crystal River Int. (Crystal River, Fla.) 571-554--1125 Southeastern Int. Inv. (Dothan, Ala.) 408-390-389--1187 Major College Inv. (Knoxville) 355-393-185-933 Southern Jr.-Sr. Trn. (Alexandria, Ala.) 387-397--784 Chris Schenkel Trn. (Statesboro, Ga.) 369-380-389--1138 Waterloo (Knoxville) 378-393 SEC Championship (Dothan, Ala.) 387-383-391--1161

Won 76 Lost 58 Tied 1 Opryland Classic (Old Hickory) Golden Eagle Intercol. (Cookeville) Seminole Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) Purdue (Knoxville) Miami-Ohio (Knoxville) Purdue (Knoxville) Miami-Ohio (Knoxville) Southeastern Inv. (Dothan, Ala.)

294-301--595 376-385--761 298-309-312--919 790-801 544-571 769-794 531-559 319-312-295--926


Won 60 Lost 115 Tied 1


Coach Mike Malarkey Oct 15-17 6th/15 Nov 18-20 13th/21 Feb 24-26 20th/24 Mar 18-20 13th/18 Mar 23-24 22nd/24 April 1-2 3rd/28 April 7-9 7th/15 April 14-15 5th/7 April 21-23 17th/21 April 27-29 14th/24 May 11-13 7th/10


Coach Mike Malarkey S 29-O 1 7th/39 Oct 13-15 6th/14 Nov 17-18 19th/33 Feb 16-18 20th/22 March 2-4 17th/22

Won 83 Lost 116 Duke Invitational (Durham, N.C.) 384-386-376--1146 Dixie Invitational (Columbus, Ga.) 307-307-301--915 Seminole Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) 322-313-321--956 Iron Duke Intercol. (Durham, N.C.) 306-307-308--921 Furman Invitational (Greenville, S.C.) 320-305--625 Colonel Classic (Richmond, Ky.) 305-301--606 Southern Jr.-Sr. Int. (Dadeville, Ala.) 290-286-302--878 Tennessee Int. (Sewanee) 369-380--749 Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 306-302-304--912 Southern Intercol. (Athens, Ga.) 308-303-304--915 SEC Champ. (Birmingham, Ala.) 397-390-410--1197

Won 104 Lost 135 Foxfire All-Amer. (Pinehurst, N.C.) 295-302-302--899 Buckeye Fall Class. (Columbus, Ohio) 397-388-403--1188 Dixie Intercollegiate (Columbus, Ga.) 294-315--609 Gator Invitational (Gainesville, Fla.) 308-312-298--918 Seminole Inv. (Tallahassee, Fla.) 301-311-305--917


Won 184 Lost 61 Tied 1

Coach Mike Malarkey SEC Champion Oct 1-2 2nd/17 Nashboro Village Class. (Nashville) 304-300-604 Oct 13-15 6th/23 Duke Fall Inv. (Durham, N.C.) 368-389-393--1150 Nov 16-18 6th/24 Dixie Intercol. (Columbus, Ga.) 292-311-290--893 Feb 22-24 15th/22 Gator Invitational (Gainesville, Fla.) 289-294-292--875 Feb 29 5th/22 Seminole Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) 289 Mar 15-17 5th/24 Iron Duke Classic (Durham, N.C.) 374-358-362--1094 Mar 20-22 7th/21 Furman Intercol. (Greenville, S.C.) 304-299-292--895 Mar 28-30 T-5th/16 Southern Jr.-Sr. Inv. (Dadeville, Ala.) 287-288--575 April 4-6 1st/21 S’eastern Int. (Montgomery, Ala.) 297-297-295--889 April 13-14 2nd/7 Tennessee Int. (Nashville) 403-382--785 April 25-27 13th/22 Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 295-296-297--888 May 15-17 1st/10 SEC Championship (Augusta, Ga.) 290-293-301--884 May 28-31 6th/30 NCAA Champ. (Columbus, Ga.) 298-299-295-296--1188


Coach Mike Malarkey Oct 6-8 8th/16 Oct 24-26 4th/18 Nov 14-16 11th/28 Feb 13-15 8th/23 F 27-M 1 7th/21 Mar 19-21 1st/26 Mar 24-25 4th/24 April 3-5 11th/24 April 24-26 13th/24 A 30-M 2 12th/25 May 14-16 2nd/10 May 27-30 T-7th/29


Coach Mike Malarkey Oct 2-4 T-3rd/18 Oct 17-18 1st/9 Oct 23-25 2nd/14 Nov 20-22 2nd/18 Feb 26-28 4th/15 March 6 13th/21 Mar 18-20 1st/24 Mar 26-28 4th/16 April 2-4 5th/26 April 9-11 T-2nd/11 April 23-25 2nd/18 May 6-8 2nd/15 May 13-15 5th/10 May 26-29 22nd/31

Won 189 Lost 76 Tied 1 Grandfather Mtn. Int. (Linville, N.C.) 305-315-307--927 Andy Bean Inv. (Haines City, Fla.) 293-305-311--909 Dixie Intercol. (Columbus, Ga.) 296-300-290--886 Gator Invitational (Gainesville, Fla.) 287-291-291--869 Seminole Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) 290-290-294--874 Furman Inv. (Greenville, S.C.) 287-290-288--865 Pinehurst Intercol. (Pinehurst, N.C.) 296-314--610 S’eastern Int. (Montgomery, Ala.) 298-302-297--897 Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 302-295-296--893 Southern Intercol. (Athens, Ga.) 287-292-303--882 SEC Championship (Augusta, Ga.) 292-300-293--885 NCAA Champ. (Palo Alto, Calif.) 302-285-295-298--1180

Won 156 Lost 52 Tied 2 Augusta College Inv. (Augusta, Ga.) 304-294-298--896 Eastern Ky. Inv. (Richmond, Ky.) 348-364-385--1097 Andy Bean Inv. (Haines City, Fla.) 295-297-302--894 Dixie Intercol. (Columbus, Ga.) 313-297-285--895 Seminole Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) 302-282-293--877 Imperial Lakes Inv. (Lakeland, Fla.) 293 Furman Inv. (Greenville, S.C.) 287-282-284--853 Southern Jr.-Sr. Inv. (Dadeville, Ala.) 299-299-302--900 S’eastern Inv. (Montgomery, Ala.) 302-311-293--906 Tar Heel Inv. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 289-293-287--869 Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 296-291-286--873 Southern Intercol. (Athens, Ga.) 296-285-291--872 SEC Championship (Augusta, Ga.) 298-301-288--887 NCAA Champ. (Pinehurst, N.C.) 301-301-291--893


Coach Mike Malarkey S 30-O 2 5th/18 Oct 21-23 16th/18 Nov 4-6 10th/18 Feb 17-19 15th/21 Feb 24-26 T-4th/19 Mar 16-17 5th/8 Mar 23-25 2nd/24 April 15-17 8th/21 April 13-15 T-7th/12 April 27-29 13th/18 May 11-13 5th/10 May 17-19 15th/15

Won 137 Lost 65 Tied 1 Augusta College Inv. (Augusta, Ga.) 304-294-310--908 LSU National Inv. (Baton Rouge, La.) 309-302--611 Dixie Intercol. (Columbus, Ga.) 311-294-288--893 Gator Invitational (Gainesville, Fla.) 278-275-290--843 Seminole Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) 309-305-293--907 Furman Inv. (Greenville, S.C.) 292-305-299--896 Southern Jr.-Sr. Inv. (Dadeville, Ala.) 290-290--580 S’eastern Int. (Montgomery, Ala.) 299-295-297--891 Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 291-290-310--885 Wildcat Classic (Lexington, Ky.) 296 SEC Championship (Augusta, Ga.) 300-299-297--896 Southern Intercol. (Athens, Ga.) 291-289-291--871

Won 100 Lost 33 Tied 2 Augusta College Inv. (Augusta, Ga.) 294-294-300--888 Andy Bean Inv. (Haines City, Fla.) 312-307-316--935 Dixie Intercol. (Columbus, Ga.) 294-309-296--899 Gator Invitational (Gainesville, Fla.) 295-288-296--879 Seminole Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) 291-298-286--875 South Carolina Inv. (Columbia, S.C.) 302-302-297--901 Iron Duke Classic (Durham, N.C.) 292-284-297--873 Furman Inv. (Greenville, S.C) 300-302-308--910 Tar Heel Inv. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 295-301-298--894 Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 299-295-294--888 SEC Championship (Augusta, Ga.) 298-304-291--893 Southern Intercol. (Athens, Ga.) 289-297-300--886


Won 109 Lost 91 Tied 3


Won 90 Lost 111 Tied 4


Coaches Sid Hatfield and Mike Malarkey Oct 1-3 21st/24 River City Invitational (Memphis) 309-308-305--922 Oct 15-16 2nd/8 Read House Inv. (Chattanooga) 282-286--568 Oct 18-19 2nd/13 Opryland Classic (Old Hickory) 294-307--601 March 5-6 16th/23 Seminole Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) 310 Mar 16-18 11th/16 Red Fox Inv. (Tryon, N.C.) 396-391-431--1218 Mar 20-21 8th/15 Iron Duke Intercol. (Durham, N.C.) 565-567--1132 Mar 24-26 19th/27 Furman Inv. (Greenville, S.C.) 304-308-301--913 April 8-10 6th/12 Southern Jr.-Sr. Int. (Dadeville, Ala.) 375-377-385--1137 April 15-16 T-2nd/6 Tennessee Int. (Sewanee) 369-361--730 April 22-24 18th/18 Chris Schenkel Int. (Statesboro, Ga.) 298-302-309--909 May 12-14 8th/10 SEC Championship (Decatur, Ala.) 371-376-374--1121 May 25-26 19th/21 Southern Intercol. (Athens, Ga.) 307-308--615 Sid Hatfield coached the fall schedule; Mike Malarkey took over in spring.


Coach Mike Malarkey Oct 1-3 14th/18 Oct 7-8 15th/15 Nov 5-7 6th/26 Feb 18-20 2nd/16 Feb 25-27 6th/21 Mar 17-19 7th/22 Mar 25-27 2nd/14 April 1-3 6th/24 April 22-24 9th/18 April 30 2nd/17 May 13-15 5th/10 May 19-21 T-4th/15



Opryland Classic (Old Hickory) 298-291--589 Furman Four-Ball Tournament 279 Read House Inv. (Chattanooga) 288-290--578 River City Invitational (Memphis) 780 Seminole Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) 596-302--898 Red Fox Invitational (Tyron, N.C.) 400-380-403--1183 Iron Duke Intercol. (Durham, N.C.) 567-562--1129 Furman Inv. (Greenville, S.C.) 300-294-301--895 Collegiate Masters (Knoxville) 577-567--1144 Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 362-372-363--1097 Waterloo (Knoxville) 314-326 SEC Championship (Decatur, Ala.) 368-374-379--1121 Southern Intercol. (Athens, Ga.) 297-292-298--887


Won 127 Lost 61 Tied 1

Tournament/Opponent (Site) Score Iron Duke Inv. (Durham, N.C.) 295-303-295--893 Furman Intercol. (Greenville, S.C.) 305-304--609 Southern Jr.-Sr. Inv. (Dadeville, Ala.) 295-293-300--888 All-American Int. (Houston) 304-305--609 Tennessee Int. (Sewanee) 373-372--745 Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 301-309-311--921 SEC Champ. (Birmingham, Ala.) 308-300-307--915



Coach Sid Hatfield Oct 5-7 1st/14 Oct 10-11 5th/17 Oct 16-18 2nd/10 Oct 24-26 19th/21 Feb 27-29 9th/25 Mar 16-19 4th/14 Mar 21-22 3rd/14 Mar 24-27 5th/34 April 8-10 1st/8 April 22-25 12th/18 May 3 W May 16-18 6th/10 May 25-29 T-6th/25

Date Finish Mar 17-19 7th/18 Mar 22-24 17th/24 M 30-A 1 5th/13 April 3-6 19th/28 April 20-21 4th/7 April 27-29 19th/21 May 10-12 7th/10


Tournament/Opponent (Site) Score Kepler Inv. (Columbus, Ohio) 393-412-400--1205 Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 373-371-374--1118 Waterloo (Knoxville) 386-409 Southern Intercol. (Athens, Ga.) 300-296-304--900 SEC Championship (Dothan, Ala.) 388-376-385--1149


Date Finish April 17-20 10th/23 April 24-26 17th/21 May 6 W May 7-10 7th/20 May 15-17 6th/10

Coach Mike Malarkey Sept 28-30 13th/17 Augusta Invitational (Augusta, Ga.) 301-314-308--923 Oct 12-14 15th/23 Andy Bean Inv. (Haines City, Fla.) 298-308-314--920 Nov 2-4 17th/28 Dixie Intercol. (Columbus, Ga.) 295-321-311--927 Feb 15-17 5th/24 Hilton Head Int. (Hilton Head, S.C.) 308-298-298--904 Feb 22-24 T-8th/21 Seminole Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) 295-300-301--896 Mar 29-31 15th-t/23 Iron Duke Classic (Durham, N.C.) 307-294-310--911 April 4-6 11th/23 Furman Inv. (Greenville, S.C.) 307-306-311--924 April 12-14 2nd/12 Tar Heel Inv. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 294-289-289--872 April 26-28 6th/18 Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 290-283-282--855 May 2-4 4th/15 Southern Intercol. (Athens, Ga.) 298-288-290--876 May 10-12 T-6th/10 SEC Championship (Florence, Ala.) 307-298-294--899

Coach Mike Malarkey Sept 27-29 T-8th/15 Augusta Invitational (Augusta, Ga.) 309-305-305--919 Oct 4-5 4th/20 MacGregor Inv. (Pickens, S.C.) 592 Oct 11-12 T-17th/26 John Ryan Memorial (Durham, N.C.) 309-300--609 Oct 25-27 9th/18 Dixie Intercol. (Columbus, Ga.) 303-286-317--906 Feb 7-9 9th/18 Miami Invitational (Miami) 313-315-299--927 Feb 15-16 T-8th/18 Hilton Head Inv. (Hilton Head, S.C.) 304-307--611 March 7-9 12th/15 Palmetto Classic (Santee, S.C.) 311-313-300--924 Mar 28-30 11th/24 Iron Duke Classic (Durham, N.C.) 303-306-299--908 April 3-5 10th/23 Furman Intercol. (Greenville, S.C.) 301-281-310--892 April 11-13 14th/15 Tar Heel Inv. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 308-309-298--915 April 25-27 14th/18 Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 297-285-294--876 May 16-18 T-7th/10 SEC Championship (Florence, Ala.) 297-304-306--907





Coach Mike Malarkey Date Finish Sept 27-29 6th/17 Oct 17-18 9th/23 Oct 25-26 4th/18 Feb 6-8 11th/18 Feb 13-15 4th/19 F 28-M 1 4th/15 Mar 20-22 1st/16 Mar 27-29 8th/23 April 2-4 3rd/21 April 10-12 2nd/12 April 23-24 1st/8 April 24-26 10th/18 May 15-17 4th/10


Coach Mike Malarkey Sept 21-22 T-2nd/17 Sept 28-29 8th/18 Nov 7-8 2nd/9 Feb 12-14 12th/19 Feb 26-28 2nd/18 Mar 11-12 5th/12 Mar 14-15 4th/12 Mar 25-27 3rd/22 M 31-A 2 T-7th/20 April 8-10 2nd/11 April 22-24 T-3rd/18 May 13-15 6th/10


Coach Mike Malarkey Sept 27-28 11th/13 Oct 2-4 T-2nd/12 Nov 5-7 8th/10 Nov 17-19 15th/18 Feb 10-12 3rd/18 Feb 17-19 12th/18 March 3-5 5th/22 Mar 24-26 6th/12 M 31-A 2 T-5th/22 April 21-23 13th/18 May 12-14 4th/10


Won 152 Lost 54 Tournament/Opponent (Site) Augusta Col. Inv. (Augusta, Ga.) Duke Fall Invi. (Durham, N.C.) Dixie Intercol. (Columbus, Ga.) Miami Invitational (Miami) Gator Invitational (Gainesville, Fla.) Palmetto Invitational (Santee, S.C.) Univ. of South Fla. Inv. (Tampa, Fla.) Iron Duke Inv. (Durham, N.C.) Furman Inv. (Greenville, S.C.) Tar Heel Inv. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) Springbrook Int. (Niota) Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) SEC Championship (Florence, Ala.)

Score 298-300-308--906 300-306--606 292-296-292--880 306-301-310--917 282-286-278--846 285-292--577 289-278-287--854 310-296-297--903 302-296--598 293-283-292--868 281-298--579 297-283-293--873 301-291-286--878

Won 96 Lost 35 Tied 3 Guilford Inv. (Greensboro, N.C.) 293-298--591 Butler Intercol. (Oak Brook, Ill.) 310-311-306--927 SIC Fall Classic (Athens, Ga.) 287-294-283--864 Gator Invitational (Gainesville, Fla.) 297-295-290--882 Palmetto Intercol. (Santee, S.C.) 293-291-285--869 South Carolina Inv. (Columbia, S.C.) 300-299-310--909 Louisiana Classic (Lafayette, La.) 409-384-372--1165 Iron Duke Classic (Durham, N.C.) 299-297-301--897 Furman Intercol. (Greenville, S.C.) 304-295-296--895 Tar Heel Inv. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 364-367-373--1104 Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 279-290-290--859 SEC Championship (Florence, Ala.) 305-295-291--891

Won 87 Lost 54 Tied 5 LSU National Inv. (Baton Rouge, La.) 298-296-302--896 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) 291-299-292--882 Southern Intercol. (Athens, Ga.) 307-308-304--919 Golf World Inter. (Hilton Head, S.C.) 292-308-291--891 Gator Invitational (Gainesville, Fla.) 295-282-286--863 Doral Park Invitational (Miami) 304-300-301--905 ImperiaLakes Classic (Lakeland, Fla.) 282-286-290--858 Wofford Inv. (Spartanburg, S.C.) 304-293-305--902 Furman Intercol. (Greenvillle, S.C.) 299-295-287--881 Chris Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 297-303-296--896 SEC Championship (Louisville, Ky.) 296-308-293--897

Won 94 Lost 86

Coach Mike Malarkey SEC Champion Oct 8-10 9th/12 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) 302-299-313--914 Oct 10-22 15th/15 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) 406-394-388--1188 Nov 11-12 14th/18 Southern Intercol. (Athens, Ga.) 303-301-289--893 Nov 27-29 11th/15 UNLV Rebel Classic (Las Vegas) 300-314-288--902 Feb 23-24 7th/18 Taylor Made/Doral Park Inv. (Miami) 290-317-299--914 March 2-4 5th/24 ImperiaLakes Classic (Lakeland, Fla.) 288-289-288--865 Mar 12-13 7th/15 Louisiana Classic (Lafayette, La.) 311-300-301--912 Mar 23-25 4th/15 S’eastern Int. (Montgomery, Ala.) 282-290-284--856 April 20-21 8th/15 Bank South Eagle (Savannah, Ga.) 289-290-293--872 April 27-29 5th/12 Hitchcock Intercol. (Auburn, Ala.) 291-294-293--878 May 11-13 1st/10 SEC Championship (Jackson, Miss.) 294-291-281--866 May 24-26 12th/23 NCAA East Regional (Savannah, Ga.) 289-290-297--876 42



Won 45 Lost 83 Tied 5

Coach Mike Malarkey Date Finish Tournament/Opponent (Site) Sept 21-23 T-4th/18 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) Oct 7-9 2nd/15 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) Nov 10-11 6th/15 S.I.C. Fall Classic (Athens, Ga.) Nov 26-28 8th/15 UNLV Rebel Classic (Las Vegas) Feb 22-24 18th/18 Doral Park Invitational (Miami) March 1-2 T-11th/21 ImperiaLakes Classic (Lakeland, Fla.) Mar 23-25 T-4th/14 S’eastern Int. (Montgomery, Ala.) April 19-20 11th/13 Bank South Eagle (Savannah, Ga.) April 27-29 7th/12 Billy Hitchcock Int. (Opelika, Ala.) May 12-14 8th/10 SEC Champ. (West Point, Miss.)


Won 76 Lost 91 Tied 8

Coach Mike Malarkey Sept 7-8 T-8th/12 Fox Acres (Red Feather Lks., Colo.) Sept 21-22 T-14th/18 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) Oct 6-7 T-5th/15 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) Oct 21-22 T-9th/18 Dixie Intercol. (Columbus, Ga.) Dec 2-3 T-7th/10 UNLV Rebel Classic (Las Vegas) March 6-8 T-9th/12 ImperiaLakes Classic (Mulberry, Fla.) Mar 20-21 5th/18 S’eastern Int. (Montgomery, Ala.) April 4-5 T-10th/18 Cleveland Classic (Augusta, Ga.) April 17-19 T-5th/12 Kemira Intercol. (Savannah, Ga.) April 24-25 5th/12 Billy Hitchcock Int. (Opelika, Ala.) May 10-12 T-8th/12 SEC Champ. (St. Francisville, La.) May 21-23 18th/22 NCAA East Reg. (Hamilton, N.Y.)


Coach Mike Malarkey Oct 5 1st/15 Oct 19-20 8th/18 N 30-D 2 T-5th/15 Feb 27-28 11th/15 March 5-7 T-6th/21 Mar 12-14 2nd/18 Mar 26-27 4th/18 April 3-4 14th/15 April 9-11 3rd/18 April 23-25 2nd/12 May 9-11 6th/12 May 19-21 13th/22


Coach Mike Malarkey Oct 3-4 T-5th/15 Oct 18-19 4th/18 Nov 1-2 6th/9 N 28-D 1 7th/13 March 4-6 T-7th/21 Mar 25-27 14th/18 April 1-3 14th/16 April 16-17 13th/18 April 22-24 T-6th/12 May 13-15 T-2nd/12

Score 289-287-307--883 289-288-285--862 299-295-307--901 315-300-314--929 313-314-301--928 291-292--583 289-284-290--863 290-300-296--886 292-289-294--875 290-308-292--890


Won 111 Lost 66 Tied 7

Coach Mike Malarkey Date Finish Tournament/Opponent (Site) Score Oct 2-3 4th/15 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) 281-285-292--858 Oct 17-19 T-6th/10 Dixie Intercol. (Columbus, Ga.) 294-289-292--875 O 31-N 1 1st/12 CC of La. Inv. (Baton Rouge, La.) 287-295-302--884 Nov 28-30 8th/15 UNLV Rebel Classic (Las Vegas) 308-301-296--905 Feb 24-25 T-7th/15 Mercedes-Benz (Jacksonville, Fla.) 291-323-290--904 March 3-5 T-4th/21 ImperiaLakes Classic (Mulberry, Fla.) 284-285-285--854 Mar 24-26 11th/18 S’eastern Int. (Montgomery, Ala.) 297-293-292--882 M 31-A 2 7th/15 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) 301-289-314--904 April 21-23 2nd/12 Billy Hitchcock Int. (Opelika, Ala.) 286-287-287--860 May 12-14 5th/12 SEC Championship (Nashville) 292-293-286--871 May 18-20 7th/12 NCAA East Reg. (New Haven, Conn.) 291-300-295--886 M 31-J 3 T-16th/30 NCAA Champ. (Columbus, Ohio) 300-292--592

308-296-287--891 82-74-76--232 302-292-294--888 294-284-296--874 302-302-259--899 292-287-287--866 292-291-294--877 305-302-306--913 291-285-289--865 282-294-291--867 294-302-315--911 300-303-322--925

Won 122 Lost 63 Tied 3 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) 285 Dixie Intercol. (Columbus, Ga.) 300-292-303--875 UNLV Rebel Classic (Las Vegas) 289-294-292--875 Border Olympics (Laredo, Texas) 312-309-316--937 ImperiaLakes Classic (Mulberry, Fla.) 293-292-290--875 Queen’s Harbour (Jacksonville, Fla.) 302-294-306--902 S’eastern Int. (Montgomery, Ala.) 287-287-300--874 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) 305-306--611 Vanderbilt/Music City (Nashville) 299-293-296--888 Billy Hitchcock Int. (Opelika, Ala.) 300-283-287--870 SEC Champ. (Jacksonville, Fla.) 289-303-298--890 NCAA East Reg. (Charlottesville, Va.) 298-295-290--883

Won 71 Lost 68 Tied 1 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) Dixie Intercol. (Columbus, Ga.) CC of La. Inv. (Baton Rouge, La.) UNLV Rebel Classic (Las Vegas) ImperiaLakes Classic (Mulberry, Fla.) S’eastern Int. (Montgomery, Ala.) Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) Vanderbilt/Music City (Nashville) Billy Hitchcock Int. (Opelika, Ala.) SEC Championship (Crossville)

296-290-297--883 283-293--576 318-298-294--910 296-313-308--917 287-288-293--868 299-296-308--903 301-295-321--917 298-296--594 290-306-285--881 294-297-284--875

MIKE MALARKEY coached 22 seasons at Tennessee and guided the Vols to SEC Championships in 1980 and 1990.



Won 101 Lost 88 Tied 5


Coach Jim Kelson Oct 5-6 4th/14 Oct 15-16 3rd/18 Oct 26-27 8th/11 Nov 6-7 1st/18 Feb 13-14 9th/15 F 28-M 1 11th/18 March 9-10 T-3rd/16 Mar 19-21 T-8th/16 April 2-3 14th/18 April 9-11 T-6th/16 April 16-18 5th/12 May 1-2 T-7th/12

Won 31 Lost 113 Tied 1 Cavalier Classic (Charlottesville, Va.) Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) CC of La. Inv. (Baton Rouge, La.) Nelson Invitational (Palo Alto, Calif.) Rice Intercol. (Monterrey, Mexico) Mercedes-Benz (Jacksonville, Fla.) Ala. Spring Inv. (Montgomery, Ala.) Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) Billy Hitchcock Int. (Opelika, Ala.) SEC Championship (Athens, Ga.)

299-294-311--904 287-298-304--889 302-307-300--909 302-300-301--903 286-293-288--867 295-299-313--907 302-309-296--907 311-313-304--928 300-309-304--913 297-282--579

Won 101 Lost 68 Tied 7 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) Adams Cup (Newport, R.I.) CC of La. Inv. (Baton Rouge, La.) The Crown Classic (Lufkin, Texas) Gator Invitational (Gainesville, Fla.) Mercedes-Benz (Jacksonville, Fla.) Seminole Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.) Ala. Spring Inv. (Montgomery, Ala.) Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) Billy Hitchcock Int. (Opelika, Ala.) SEC Championship (Lexington, Ky.) Furman Intercol. (Greenville, SC)

291-289-289--869 305-296--601 296-298-304--898 302-297-293--892 288-290-298--876 298-309-307--914 300-300--600 292-285-302--879 301-295-292--888 289-294-298--881 321-306-302--929 298-299-294--891


Coach Jim Kelson Sept 9-10 11th/14 Sept 18-19 3rd/14 Oct 6-8 T-9th/15 Oct 16-17 9th/15 Oct 30-31 10th/15 Feb 12-13 2nd/16 Feb 19-20 T-7th/15 Mar 12-13 1st/15 Mar 24-25 12th/15 M 31-A 1 8th/15 April 20-22 6th/12 May 10-11 9th/ 9 May 17-19 21st/27


Won 84 Lost 96 Tied 5 The Ridges Intercol. (Jonesborough) 290-288-304--882 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) 292-286-286--864 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) 292-291-313--896 Gary Koch Intercol. (Tampa, Fla.) 301-304-306--911 CC of La. Inv. (Baton Rouge, La.) 292-289-301--892 Beau Rivage Col. Cl. (Gulfport, Miss.) 296-301-301--898 Mercedes-Benz (Jacksonville, Fla.) 284-299-290--872 Louisiana Classics Int. (Lafayette, La.) 279-293--572 Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 305-292-291--888 Augusta St. Inv. (Augusta, Ga.) 288-294-290--872 SEC Championship (Sea Island, Ga.) 289-292-298--879 Atlanta Intercollegiate (Atlanta) 310-321-312--943 NCAA West Regional (Corvallis, Ore.) 302-309-310--921

Won 124 Lost 52 Tied 1

Coach Jim Kelson Sept 8-9 6th/15 The Ridges Intercol. (Jonesborough) 288-288-289--865 Oct 5-7 2nd/15 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) 283-289-296--868 Oct 22-23 1st/15 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) 287-278-276--841 Oct 29-30 7th/15 CC of La. Inv. (Baton Rouge, La.) 292-285-292--869 Feb 11-12 1st/12 Rice Intercollegiate (Katy, Texas) 291-290-281--862 Feb 18-19 2nd/15 Mercedes-Benz (Jacksonville, Fla.) 307-290-277--874 Mar 11-12 4th/15 Seminole Inv. (Tallahassee, Fla.) 298-291-301--890 Mar 23-24 9th/15 Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 292-288-300--880 April 6-7 1st/18 Augusta St. Inv. (Augusta, Ga.) 283-272-286--841 April 19-21 7th/12 SEC Championship (Sea Islands, Ga.) 296-285-300--881 May 9-10 11th/13 Atlanta Intercollegiate (Atlanta) 300-304-292--896 May 16-18 T-13th/27 NCAA East Regional (Atlanta) 294-310-300--904


Coach Jim Kelson Sept 14-15 7th/14 Sept 27-28 17th/18 Oct 14-15 5th/15 Oct 21-22 2nd/14 Nov 4-5 2nd/19 Feb 10-11 5th/9 Feb 17-18 8th/15 March 3-4 T-8th/17 Mar 10-11 5th/15 Mar 23-24 13th/15

Won 126 Lost 98 Tied 1


Coach Jim Kelson Sept 13-14 11th/18 Oct 3-5 T-9th/18 Oct 20-21 3rd/15 O 31-N 2 3rd12 J 31-F 1 6th/15 Feb 8-10 6th/18 March 1-2 8th/17 March 8-9 T-7th/15 Mar 20-21 14th/15 April 9-10 7th/15 April 16-18 6th/12 May 20-22 18th/27


Coach Jim Kelson Sept 11-12 1st/15 Oct 11-12 5th/15 Oct 18-19 1st/15 Nov 5-7 15th/18 Feb 5-6 11th/15 Feb 20-22 T-5th/15 F 28-M 1 1st/15 March 6-8 -- Mar 19-20 T-3rd/15 April 8-9 T-9th/15 April 15-17 5th/12 May 19-21 2nd/ 27 June 1-4 11th/15


Coach Jim Kelson Sept 12-13 1st/14 Sept 26-27 2nd/15 Oct 15-16 9th/15 Nov 4-6 T-7th/18 Feb 5-7 8th/15 Feb 27-28 7th/15 Mar 18-19 9th/15 April 1-2 13th/15 April 10-11 12th/13 April 21-23 9th/12 May 18-20 18th/27

Tournament/Opponent (Site) Score N.C. State Inv. (Raleigh, N.C.) 284-285-286--855 SEC Championship (Sea Island, Ga.) 289-288-293--870 NCAA East Reg. (New Haven, Conn.) 281-291-291--863 NCAA Champ. (Stillwater, Okla.) 320-310-295--925

Won 99 Lost 87 Tied 2 Bank of Tenn. Int. (Jonesborough) 288-294-308--890 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) 303-294-284--881 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) 284-282-290--856 Landfall Tradition (Wilmington, N.C.) 296-291-281--868 Gator Invitational (Gainesville, Fla.) 289-287-297--873 Mercedes-Benz (Jacksonville, Fla.) 303-299-289--891 Cleveland Golf Colleg. (Los Angeles) 279-303-294--876 Louisiana Classic (Lafayette, La.) 307-287-298--892 Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 295-290-308--893 Courtyard Marriott Int. (Cary, N.C.) 299-289-284--872 SEC Championship (Sea Island, Ga.) 283-296-289--868 NCAA East Reg. (New Haven, Conn.) 297-292-302--891

Won 121 Lost 59 Tied 4 Bank of Tenn. Int. (Jonesborough) 282-292-280--854 Gary Koch Intercol. (Tampa, Fla.) 304-301-282--887 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) 284-285-284--853 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) 303-315-294--912 Gator Invitational (Gainesville, Fla.) 290-301-295--886 Mercedes-Benz (Jacksonville, Fla.) 291-305-290--886 Ashworth Coll. Inv. (Los Angeles) 284-279-289--852 Plantation Club (Dorado, P.R.) Individuals only Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 290-288-304--882 Courtyard Marriott Int. (Cary, N.C.) 287-293--580 SEC Championship (Sea Island, Ga.) 298-298-293--889 NCAA East Regional (Nashville) 282-276-279--837 NCAA Chmp (Owngs Mills, Md.) 279-288-313-290--1177



Coach Mike Malarkey Sept 20-21 12th/13 Sept 29-30 12th/15 Oct 27-28 11th/13 Nov 7-9 12th/17 Feb 5-7 12th /19 F 28-M 2 16th/18 Mar 20-22 15th/18 April 3-5 18th/18 April 10-12 11th/12 April 17-19 T-4th/12

Keswick Cavalier (Charlottesville, Va.) 289-295-291--875 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) 295-283-289--867 CC of La. Inv. (Baton Rouge, La.) 291-296-296--883 Nelson Invitational (Palo Alto, Calif.) 305-288-297--890 Rice Intercol. (Monterrey, Mexico) 284-291-299--874 Mercedes-Benz (Jacksonville, Fla.) 300-301-300--901 Ala. Spring Inv. (Montgomery, Ala.) 290-285-294--869 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) 302-310-296--908 Billy Hitchcock Int. (Opelika, Ala.) 297-294-292--883 SEC Championship (Opelika, Ala.) 318-309-288--915 NCAA East Reg. (Hot Springs, Va.) 293-295-300--888 NCAA Champ. (Lake Forest, Ill.) 300-299--599

Tournament/Opponent (Site) Score The Ridges Intercol. (Jonesborough) 303-292-296--891 Cavalier Classic (Charlottesville, Va.) 292-286-286--864 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) 297-307-288--892 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) 298-286-304--888 Gary Koch Intercol. (Tampa, Fla.) 292-287-286--865 Gator Invitational (Gainesville, Fla.) 282-294-292--868 Mercedes-Benz (Jacksonville, Fla.) 289-312-292--892 Seminole Inv. (Tallahassee, Fla.) 290-296-288--874 Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 292-286-302--880 Cleveland/ASU Inv. (Augusta, Ga.) 280-293-289--862 SEC Championship (Killen, Ala.) 301-304-300--905 Maxwell Intercol. (Ardmore, Okla.) 320-295-300--915 NCAA East Regional (Moosic, Pa.) 303-300-297--900

Date Finish April 12-13 5th/15 April 25-27 4th/12 May 15-19 4th/27 May 28-30 23rd/30


Won 95 Lost 97 Tied 3

Won 94 Lost 99 Tied 1



Coach Mike Malarkey Sept 21-22 7th/14 S 30-O 1 T-8th/15 Oct 28-29 8th/15 Nov 8-10 9th/17 Feb 6-8 T-2nd/18 Feb 21-23 T-4th/18 Mar 21-23 8th/18 April 4-6 13th/ 18 April 11-13 9th/12 April 18-20 9th/12 May 15-17 7th/23 May 28-31 28th/ 30


Coach Jim Kelson Date Finish Sept 11-12 8th/15 Sept 19-20 3rd/15 Oct 1-3 13th/15 Oct 11-12 3rd/15 Oct 25-26 5th/15 Feb 12-13 13th/15 Feb 21-22 5th/15 March 6-7 T-7th/15 Mar 25-26 13th/15 April 1-2 5th/19 April 21-23 10th/12 May 13-14 14th/15 May 18-20 13th/ 27



Coach Mike Malarkey Date Finish Tournament/Opponent (Site) Score Sept 15-17 T-14th/18 Glfwk/Ping Preview (Cornelius, Ore.) 305-292-308--905 Oct 1-2 8th/15 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) 300-289-288--877 Oct 30-31 T-9th/11 CC of La. Inv. (Baton Rouge, La.) 301-316-295--912 Feb 8-10 1st/16 Rice Intercol. (Monterrey, Mexico) 292-291-285--868 Feb 23-25 2nd/18 Mercedes-Benz (Jacksonville, Fla.) 297-291-282--880 March 4-5 T-4th/18 Bellsouth Mobility Cl. (Orlando, Fla.) 293-297-296--886 Mar 22-24 3rd/18 Blue-Gray Int. (Montgomery, Ala.) 282-292-300--874 Mar 29-31 14th/15 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) 303-292-310--905 April 19-21 3rd/12 Billy Hitchcock Int. (Opelika, Ala.) 295-283-288--866 May 10-12 10th/12 SEC Champ. (Birmingham, Ala.) 303-292-299--894 May 16-18 T-9th/23 NCAA East Reg. (Kiamesha Lk., N.Y.) 313-293-304--910 M 29-J 1 23rd/30 NCAA Championship (Ooltewah) 313-314--617


Won 77 Lost 83 Tied 1 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) Shoal Creek Int. (Birmingham, Ala.) Bank of Tenn. Int. (Jonesborough) Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) Mercedes-Benz (Ponte Vedra, Fla.) Ashworth Coll. (Westlake Vill., Calif.) Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) Augusta St. Inv. (Augusta, Ga.) U.S. Coll. Champ. (Alpharetta, Ga.) SEC Championship (Sea Island, Ga.) NCAA East Regional (Orlando, Fla.)

268-278-272--818 285-285-294--864 295-294-292--881 300-293-287--880 313-301-302--916 296-297-287--880 297-279-301--877 293-300-302--895 307-297-309--913 286-290-299--875 310-293-298--901

Bank of Tenn. Int. (Jonesborough) 291-290-306--887 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) 295-296-303--894 Gary Koch Intercol. (Tampa, Fla.) 283-289--572 Tourn. of Champions (Knoxville) 276-284-282--842 Turtle Bay Intercol. (Kahuku, Hawaii) 279-294-288--861 Tulane Invitational (New Orleans) 308-294-296--898 Mercedes-Benz (Jacksonville, Fla.) 287-298-292--877 USC S’western Inv. (Los Angeles) 287-293-288--868 Seminole Inv. (Tallahassee, Fla.) 282-293-288--863 Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 290-296-297--883 UTSPORTS.COM




Won 142 Lost 58 Tied 3

Coach Jim Kelson SEC Champion Date Finish Tournament/Opponent (Site) Score Sept 15-17 7th/18 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga) 290-281-288--859 Sept 25-26 2nd/15 Shoal Creek Int. (Birmingham, Ala.) 290-297-288--875 Oct 14-15 1st/15 Bank of Tenn. Int. (Jonesborough) 294-290-285--869 Oct 22-24 8th/18 Isleworth Coll. Inv. (Orlando, Fla.) 293-298-309--900 Jan 29-30 4th/15 Ping Arizona Intercol. (Tucson, Ariz.) 281-279-281--841 Feb 18-20 9th/15 John Hayt (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) 313-302-294--909 March 5-6 3rd/15 USC Coll. Inv. (Westlake Vill., Calif.) 284-290-294--858 Mar 17-18 10th/18 Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 297-302-291--890 M 30-A 1 5th/18 Augusta St. Inv. (Augusta, Ga.) 283-294-286--863 April 20-22 1st/12 SEC Championship (Sea Island, Ga.) 300-283-285--869 May 17-19 5th/27 NCAA Central Reg. (Sugar Grove,Ill.) 314-289-301--904 M 30-J 2 T-14th/30 NCAA Champ. (Willamsburg, Va.) 284-287-280--851


Coach Jim Kelson Sept 14-16 T-7th/18 S 30-O 1 8th/12 Oct 12-14 T-5th/15 Oct 28-30 5th/16 Nov 5-7 1st/21 Jan 28-29 1st/16

Won 121 Lost 47 Tied 3 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) Fighting Illini Inv. (Chicago) Bank of Tenn. Int. (Jonesborough) Collegiate Match Play Turtle Bay Intercol. (Kahuku, Hawaii) Arizona Intercol. (Tucson, Ariz.)

292-300-291--883 289-302-293--885 290-278-290--858 -264-275-261--800 272-277-283--832

Date Finish Feb 17-19 T-3rd/15 March 3-4 2nd/14 Mar 14-16 4th/18 April 4-6 10th/18 April 18-20 6th/12 May 15-17 11th/27


Coach Jim Kelson Sept 12-14 2nd/18 Sept 28-30 2nd/15 Oct 6-7 3rd/13 Oct 24-26 T-7th/14 Feb 2-3 3rd/16 Feb 22-24 5th/15 March 2-3 6th/18 Mar 20-22 T-2nd/18 April 4-5 7th/17 April 17-19 11th/12 May 14-16 2nd/14 May 26-30 12th/30

Tournament/Opponent (Site) Score John Hayt (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) 291-300-295--886 USC Coll. Inv. (Westlake Vill., Calif.) 218-286-285--889 Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 282-289-294--865 Augusta St. Inv. (Augusta, Ga.) 299-282--581 SEC Championship (Sea Island, Ga.) 296-287-298--881 NCAA Central Reg. (Columbus, Ohio) 301-300-301--902

Won 134 Lost 50 Tied 2 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) 294-288-287--869 Ping/Golfwk. Preview (Toledo, Ohio) 284-283-292--859 Wolf Pack Classic (Reno, Nev.) 289-279-289--857 Bank of Tenn. Int. (Jonesborough) 299-292-296--887 Arizona Intercol. (Tucson, Ariz.) 285-285-292--862 John Hayt (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) 299-311-291--901 Braveheart Classic (Beaumont, Calif.) 294-298-297--889 Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 287-293-287--867 Augusta St. Inv. (Augusta, Ga.) 291-281-287--859 SEC Championship (Sea Island., Ga.) 305-292-291--888 NCAA N’east Reg. (Galloway, N.J.) 296-287-295--878 NCAA Champ. (Toledo, Ohio) 294-289-292--875


Won 98 Lost 72 Tied 7


Won 89 Lost 84 Tied 4

Coach Jim Kelson Sept 11-13 1st/12 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) 290-287-274--851 Oct 4-5 7th/15 Windon Memorial (Glencoe, Ill.) 299-299-293--891 Oct 16-18 T-1st/15 Bank of Tenn. Int. (Jonesborough) 287-280-294--861 Oct 24-25 5th/15 UNCG Golf Coll. (Greensboro, N.C.) 288-282-291--861 Feb 14-16 10th/14 Battle at Beach (Newport Cst., Calif.) 371-360-364--1095 F 28-M 2 T-5th/15 John Hayt (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) 304-297-297--898 Mar 12-14 T-9th/15 Sou. High. Coll. Masters (Las Vegas) 302-313-313--928 Mar 19-21 T-5th/15 Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) 299-291-281--871 April 3-4 5th/18 Augusta St. Inv. (Augusta, Ga.) 280-279-287--846 April 16-18 8th/12 SEC Championship (Sea Island, Ga.) 283-285-293--861 May 20-22 T-3rd/13 NCAA San Diego Reg. (Santee, Calif.) 294-296-296--886 June 1-6 T-25th/30 NCAA Championship (Ooltewah) 297-292-295--884 Coach Jim Kelson Date Finish Tournament/Opponent (Site) Sept 10-12 T-8th/12 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) Sept 26-27 14th/17 Windon Memorial (Glencoe, Ill.) Oct 15-17 T-5th/14 Bank of Tenn. Int. (Jonesborough) Oct 24-26 T-11th/15 Isleworth Coll. (Windermere, Fla.) Feb 13-15 6th/13 Battle at Beach (Newport Cst., Calif.) F 27-M 1 5th/15 John Hayt (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) Mar 13-14 4th/17 Gen. Hackler (Murrells Inlet, S.C.) Mar 18-20 10th/15 Schenkel Inv. (Statesboro, Ga.) April 2-3 2nd/15 Augusta St. Inv. (Augusta, Ga.) April 15-17 3rd/12 SEC Championship (Sea Island, Ga.) May 19-21 T-4th/14 NCAA Indiana Reg. (Zionsville, Ind.) M 31-J 5 24th/30 NCAA Champ. (Stillwater, Okla.)

 ROBIN WINGARDH finished his UT career with a 72.78 scoring average that is second in modern school history. 44


Fall 2011

Coach Jim Kelson Sept 9-11 2nd/12 Oct 1-2 7th/11 Oct 14-16 10th/15 Oct 27-29 5th/12

Score 294-288-298--880 303-288-297--888 299-290-284--873 309-294-305--908 355-358-364--1077 289-295-298--882 307-287-299--893 289-289-303--881 282-284-283--849 286-287-283--856 287-297-281--865 308-299-303--910

Won 26 Lost 20 Carpet Capital (Rocky Face, Ga.) Rod Myers Inv. (Durham, N.C.) Bank of Tenn. Int. (Jonesborough) Cabo Coll. (San Jose del Cabo, Mex.)

293-281-282--856 297-298-306--901 298-298-301--897 295-288-286--869

DAVID SKINNS owns three of the top four scoring average seasons in Tennessee history, including the best at 71.83 in 2001-02.



1. 2. 3. 6.

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Seasons Avg. 2001-05 72.25 2007-11 72.78 2005-09 73.26 2004-08 73.31 2001-05 73.42 2003-04, 05-07 73.46 2006-10 73.54 2004-08 73.57 1993-95 73.76 1993-96 74.06


Name Season David Skinns 2002-03 Robin Wingardh 2009-10 Ian Parnaby 2002-03 David Skinns 2004-05 David Holmes 2009-10 Jamie Neher 1995-96 David Skinns 2001-02 Ross McGowan 2004-05 Robin Wingardh 2010-11

No. 21 18 17 17 17 16 16 16 16


Name Seasons No. David Skinns 2001-05 67 Robin Wingardh 2007-11 57 Philip Pettitt 2004-08 47 Ross McGowan 2001-05 45 Chris Paisley 2005-09 45 David Holmes 2006-10 40 Andrew Pratt 1999-2003 38 Ian Parnaby 1999-2003 36 Jamie Neher 1993-96 34 Boomer Erick 1993-97 31

1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

Name Seasons No. Andrew Pratt 1999-2003 138 David Skinns 2001-05 138 Robin Wingardh 2007-11 137 Boomer Erick 1993-97 134 Philip Pettitt 2004-08 128 Derrick Centers 1996-2000 125 Ross McGowan 2001-05 125 Chris Paisley 2005-09 125 Ian Parnaby 1999-2003 122 Andy Brimer 1997-2001 117 Darren Renwick 2008-11 117


Name Season 1. Andrew Black 1999-2000 Derrick Centers 1999-2000 Andy Brimer 2000-01 4. David Skinns 2002-03 Ross McGowan 2003-04 Robin Wingardh 2010-11 7. Boomer Erick 1994-95 David Holmes 2008-09 Robin Wingardh 2009-10

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

No. 36 36 36 35 35 35 34 34 34


Name Seasons No. David Skinns 2001-05 130 Robin Wingardh 2007-11 125 Philip Pettitt 2004-08 113 Andrew Pratt 1999-2003 109 Boomer Erick 1993-97 108 Derrick Centers 1996-2000 107 Ross McGowan 2001-05 104 Chris Paisley 2005-09 104 Andy Brimer 1997-2001 102 Ian Parnaby 1999-2003 100




Name David Holmes

Robin Wingardh

Stuart Smith Eric Rebmann Chris Paisley Charlie Ford


Rusty Gregory John Hamarik Jim Gallagher Jr. Andrew Black David Skinns Chris Paisley Charlie Ford David Holmes

Tournament or Opp. (Rnd.) Turtle Bay Intercol. (3rd)

Year 2007

Turtle Bay Intercol. (1st)


Augusta College Inv. (3rd) Schenkel Inv. (3rd) Bank of Tenn. Inv. (1st) Turtle Bay Intercol. (2nd)

1981 1985 2007 2007

Kentucky Southern Jr.-Sr. Inv. (2nd) Gator Inv. (2nd) Tourn. of Champions (3rd) Turtle Bay Intercol. (1st) Turtle Bay Intercol. (3rd) USC Collegiate Inv. (3rd) Battle at the Beach (3rd)

1968 1979 1983 1999 2002 2007 2008 2010



WINS - SEASON (Since ‘94)


Season Tournaments No. 1. 2001-02 12 3 2004-05 12 3 3. 2006-07 12 2 2007-08 11 2 2009-10 12 2

Season Rounds Avg. 1. 2007-08 32 289.44 2. 2001-02 36 290.86 3. 2004-05 36 291.33 4. 2008-09 36 291.42 5. 2006-07 36 291.61







Tournament (Rnd.) Turtle Bay Intercol. (3rd)

Turtle Bay Intercol. (1st)


Name Tournament Charlie Ford Turtle Bay Intercol.






Lloyd Campbell Philip Pettitt Chris Paisley

Chris Paisley Robin Wingardh

David Skinns

David Holmes

Tommy McGinnis Eric Rebmann David Skinns Ross McGowan Jonathan Mount Philip Pettitt Chris Paisley

Year 2007

Tourn. of Champions Tourn. of Champions Arizona Intercol.

2005 2005 2009

Turtle Bay Intercol. Turtle Bay Intercol.

2007 2007

Augusta St. Inv.


Turtle Bay Inv.


SEC Championship Schenkel Inv. Tourn. of Champions NCAA East Regional Tourn. of Champions Turtle Bay Inv. Arizona Intercol.

1968 1985 2002 2005 2005 2007 2008

Tourn. of Champions (1st)

Augusta St. Inv. Tourn. of Champions Arizona Intercol.

Carpet Capital Col.

Year 2007


Name David Skinns Robin Wingardh Chris Paisley Philip Pettitt Ross McGowan Jonathan Mount David Holmes Charlie Ford Scott Kammann Jamie Neher

ROUNDS - CAREER (Since ‘94)



1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.


No. 41 39 39 39 39 38 38 38 38 37



Name Season Avg. David Skinns 2001-02 71.83 David Skinns 2002-03 72.10 David Skinns 2004-05 72.36 Robin Wingardh 2010-11 72.36 Ross McGowan 2004-05 72.39 Jonathan Mount 2005-06 72.48 Chris Paisley 2008-09 72.53 David Holmes 2009-10 72.64 David Skinns 2003-04 72.70 Charlie Ford 2006-07 72.83

1. 2. 6. 10.

ROUNDS - SEASON (Since ‘94)

Name Season Ian Parnaby 2002-03 Andrew Black 1999-2000 Derrick Centers 1999-2000 David Skinns 2002-03 David Holmes 2009-10 Andy Brimer 2000-01 Andrew Pratt 2000-01 Ross McGowan 2002-03 John Scott Rattan 2002-03 Boomer Erick 1994-95


1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.






2002 2005 2008





Name Season No. 1. Sid Hatfield 1970-71 3 Sid Hatfield 1972-73 3 Jim Kelson 2001-02 3 Jim Kelson 2004-05 3 5. Eight times 2

Name Seasons No. 1. Jim Kelson 1998-present 15 2. Sid Hatfield 1968-76 12 Mike Malarkey 1976-98 12





Season Winner 1969-70 George Cadle Mickey Mabry

Tournament Tennessee Golf Classic Major College Invitational


George Cadle

Red Fox Invitational


Mac McCormick Mike Mills Mickey Mabry Mickey Mabry Mickey Mabry

Daytona Beach Invitational Red Fox Invitational Furman Invitational Major College Invitational SEC Championship

69 231 221 220 217


Mike Mills

Major College Invitational



John Powell

Major College Invitational



Ricky Gregg John Powell

Read House Invitational Collegiate Masters

139 219


Ricky Gregg

Opryland Classic



Kevin Janiga

Southern Junior-Senior Invitational 138


Stuart Smith Jim Gallagher Jr.

Augusta College Invitational Eastern Kentucky Invitational

208 211


Stuart Smith Jim Gallagher Jr.

Wildcat Classic Wildcat Classic

107 107


Walt Chapman Eric Rebmann

Hilton Head Invitational Chris Schenkel Invitational

215 205


Gibby Gilbert

Tar Heel Invitational



Gibby Gilbert

Tar Heel Invitational



Mike Sposa

SEC Championship



Mike Sposa

Carpet Capital Collegiate



Jake Reeves

Tournament of Champions

1994-95 1995-96

Jamie Neher Scott Kammann Jamie Neher

CC of Louisiana Intercollegiate Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate Rice Intercollegiate


Score 152 221 69

Season Winner 1996-97 Tim Turpen

Tournament Nelson Invitational

Score 211


Matt McWilliams Andrew Black

Adams Cup Alabama Spring Invitational

144 210


David Skinns

Augusta State Invitational



Ian Parnaby

Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate 215


Philip Pettitt David Skinns

Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate 208 SEC Championship 210

Mickey Mabry

David Skinns

Mike Sposa

Season Tournament 1973-74 Major College Invitational

Site Knoxville


Opryland Classic Collegiate Masters

Nashville Knoxville


Southeastern Intercollegiate SEC Championship

Montgomery, Ala. Augusta, Ga.


Furman Invitational

Greenville, S.C.


Eastern Kentucky Invitational Furman Invitational

Richmond, Ky. Greenville, S.C.


Wildcat Classic

Lexington, Ky.


Univ. of South Florida Invitational Springbrook Intercollegiate

Tampa, Fla. Niota


SEC Championship

Jackson, Miss.


Lloyd Campbell Philip Pettitt Jonathan Mount

Coca-Cola Tourn. of Champions 201 Coca-Cola Tourn. of Champions 201 Shoal Creek Intercollegiate 210


Tournament of Champions



Country Club of Louisiana Intercollegiate

Baton Rouge, La.


Chris Paisley Charlie Ford

Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate 206 Turtle Bay Intercollegiate 200


Rice Intercollegiate

Monterrey, Mexico


Robin Wingardh Chris Paisley

Ping/Golfweek Preview Invitational 207 Arizona Invitational 201


The Crown Classic

Lufkin, Texas


Louisiana Classics Intercollegiate

Lafayette, La.


Darren Renwick

Carpet Capital Collegiate


Tournament of Champions Rice Intercollegiate Augusta State Invitational

Knoxville Katy, Texas Augusta, Ga.


Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate Tournament of Champions Ashworth Collegiate Invitational

Jonesborough Knoxville Los Angeles


Tournament of Champions



Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate SEC Championship

Jonesborough Sea Island, Ga.


Turtle Bay Intercollegiate Arizona Intercollegiate

Kahuku, Hawaii Tucson, Ariz.


Carpet Capital Collegiate Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate

Rocky Face, Ga. Jonesborough


 TEAM WINS (Since 1969-70) Season Tournament 1969-70 Tennessee Golf Classic

Site Knoxville


Red Fox Invitational Major College Invitational Fox Den Invitational

Tryon, N.C. Knoxville Knoxville



Daytona Beach Invitational Red Fox Invitational

Daytona Beach, Fla. Tryon, N.C.

213 209 208


Etowah Valley Invitational Daytona Beach Invitational Major College Invitational

Etowah Valley, N.C. Daytona Beach, Fla. Knoxville


Finish 12th of 30

1991 Mike Sposa (qualified as an individual).

1993 Jamie Neher, Scott Kammann, Dale Thorley, Steven Smith and Jake Reeves.

13th of 22

1995* Jamie Neher, Dale Thorley, Boomer Erick, Scott Kammann and Lans Slack. 1996* Keith Blythe, Tim Turpen, Kevin Law, Boomer Erick and Jamie Neher.

1980 Kevin Janiga, Stuart Smith, John Hamarik, Jim Gallagher Jr. and Jeff Jones.

*Qualified for NCAA Championships. NCAA Championship Final Qualifying Teams 1965 Shan Smith, Bert Greene, Danny Peters, Phil Wiggins and Ted Arsenault. 1968 Jeff Thompson, Rusty Gregory, Charlie Taylor, Jim Rusher and Doug Kennedy.

Finish T-15th of 33 21st

1981 Stuart Smith, Kevin Janiga, John Hamarik, Jim Gallagher Jr. T-7th of 30 and Jeff Walker. 1982 Stuart Smith, Kevin Janiga, Jim Gallagher Jr., Jeff Golliher and Walt Chapman.

22nd of 31

1995 Scott Kammann, Boomer Erick, Dale Thorley, Lans Slack and Jamie Neher.

T-16th of 30

1996 Tim Turpen, Kevin Law, Jamie Neher, Boomer Erick and Keith Blythe.

23rd of 30

T-7th of 21

1997 Tim Turpen, Boomer Erick, Derrick Centers, Keith Blythe and Kevin Law.

28th of 30

T-9th of 23

2003 David Skinns, John Scott Rattan, Ian Parnaby, Andrew Pratt and Ross McGowan.

23rd of 30

7th of 23

2005 Ross McGowan, David Skinns, Philip Pettitt, John Scott Rattan and Ben Spickard.

T-11th of 30 T-14th of 30

2000 Andrew Pratt, Derrick Centers, Ian Parnaby, Matt Gallant and Andrew Black.

13th of 27

2007 Charlie Ford, Philip Pettitt, Tino Weiss, Chris Paisley and David Holmes.

2001 Andy Brimer, Andrew Black, Andrew Pratt, Jason Powell and Brandon Skeen.

21st of 27

2009 David Holmes, Chris Paisley, Darren Renwick, Robin Wingardh and Garrick Porteous.

2002 Andrew Pratt, David Skinns, Ross McGowan, Jimmy White Andrew Black. 2003* Ross McGowan, David Skinns, John Scott Rattan, Andrew Pratt and Ian Parnaby.

6th of 30

T-13th of 27

2010 David Holmes, Garrick Porteous, Robin Wingardh, Jay Vandeventer and Darren Renwick

4th of 27

2004 Ross Cox, John Scott Rattan, David Skinns, Ross McGowan and Tino Weiss.

18th of 27

2005* Ross McGowan, John Scott Rattan, David Skinns, Philip Pettitt and Ben Spickard.

2nd of 27

2006 2007*

Charlie Ford, Tino Weiss, Chris Paisley, Ben Spickard and Jonathan Mount. Charlie Ford, Chris Paisley, Tino Weiss, Philip Pettitt David Holmes.

18th of 27

2008 Charlie Ford, Philip Pettitt, Cameron Lawrence, Chris Paisley and David Holmes.

11th of 27

2009* David Holmes, Darren Renwick, Chris Paisley, Garrick Porteous and Robin Wingardh.

2nd of 14

2011 Garrick Porteous, Robin Wingardh, Darren Renwick, Jay Vandeventer and Danny Keddie.

5th of 27

Former Vols golfer and Lady Vols assistant coach ANDREW PRATT advanced as an individual to the 2000 NCAA Championship Finals. Pratt is in his first season as head women’s coach at Tulane.


1997* Boomer Erick, Derrick Centers, Tim Turpen, Kevin Law and Keith Blythe.

T-4th of 14


18th of 22

2011* Garrick Porteous, Danny Keddie, Robin Wingardh, Jay Vandeventer, Darren Renwick.

13th of 35


1992 Rusty Brown, Jorge Rubio, Mike Emery, Steven Smith and Jake Reeves.

1972 Mac McCormick, Clark Mozur, Coy Mabry, Mickey Mabry and Mike Mills.


NCAA Regional Qualifying Teams 1990 Mike Sposa, Mike Gair, Jake Reeves, Mike Emery and Donnie Cooper.

T-3rd of 13



2010* Robin Wingardh, Garrick Porteous, David Holmes, Darren Renwick and Jay Vandeventer.



12th of 30 T-25th of 30 24th of 30

NCAA Championship Final Individual Participants 1967 Jeff Thompson 1969 Tommy McGinnis 1970 Mickey Mabry 1971 George Cadle 1973 Mac McCormick 1974 Harry Taylor 1976 Ricky Gregg 1977 Ricky Gregg 1978 Ricky Gregg 1983 Stuart Smith 1985 Eric Rebmann 1988 Tom Carr, 2nd place 2000 Andrew Pratt UTSPORTS.COM


SEC CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS 1980 Three Finish in Top 10 as Vols Breeze to First SEC Men’s Golf Championship

1990 Sposa’s Top Individual Finish Helps Vols Slide Past Florida in Playoff Victory

2007 Vols End 17-year SEC Drought, Win Third Title by Two Strokes Over Alabama

Head Coach: Mike Malarkey Final Record: 184-68-1 NCAA Championship Finish: 6th

Head Coach: Mike Malarkey Final Record: 94-86 NCAA Regional Finish: 12th

Head Coach: Jim Kelson Final Record: 142-58-3 NCAA Championship Finish: 14th







Jim Gallagher Jr. and Stuart Smith led UT, tying for fifth. Gallagher fired a 73-72-75—220, while Smith had a 69-75-76—220. Kevin Janiga rounded out Tennessee’s participants in the top 10, tying for seventh with a 75-71-75—221. John Hamarick fired a 74-75-75—224 to finish 12th, while Jeff Jones carded a 74-80-76—230 and tied for 25th.

Mike Sposa made it a clean sweep for the Vols by claiming medalist honors with a 71-70-69—210. Sposa sank a putt for birdie on the 18th hole to give him a one-shot victory over Florida’s Jeff Barlow.

Championship Site: Augusta, Ga. TENNESSEE 884 Auburn 891 Florida 892 Georgia 895 Alabama 899 LSU 912 Kentucky 923 Mississippi State 940 Mississippi 944 Vanderbilt 984

The Vols won their first SEC Championship with a scorecard of 290293-301—884 at West Lake Country Club in Augusta, Ga.

Tennessee claimed first place honors with a seven stroke victory over Auburn (891), with Florida (892), Georgia (895) and defending SEC champion Alabama (899) rounded out the top five finishers. 48


Championship Site: Jackson, Miss. TENNESSEE 866* Florida 866 Alabama 872 Georgia 874 Auburn 878 Mississippi 887 Mississippi State 895 Kentucky 895 LSU 896 Vanderbilt 920 * Tennessee won on first hole of playoff.

Tennessee claimed its second SEC title in 1990 with a playoff victory over Florida at Annadale Golf Club in Jackson, Miss.

Mike Gair joined Sposa in the top 10, finishing sixth. Gair fired a 75-7368—216. Mike Emery was next for the Vols with a 71-74-73—218 to finish 12th. Jake Reeves and Kevin Quigley rounded out Tennessee’s competitors, tying for 18th and 42nd respectively. Reeves shot a 7774-71—222, while Quigley turned in a 78-75-77—230.

Championship Site: Jackson, Miss. TENNESSEE 869 Alabama 871 Auburn 874 Mississippi 876 Florida 878 Georgia 883 Vanderbilt 886 South Carolina 889 LSU 892 Arkansas 897 Kentucky 901 Mississippi State 913 In 2007, Tennessee won its first SEC championship in 17 years after holding off Alabama by two strokes. It was the first title SEC Coach of the Year Jim Kelson. Three Vols finished in the top 10, led by runners-up Chris Paisley and Tino Weiss. Paisley fired a 76-70-69—215. Weiss shot a 74-70-71—215. Charlie Ford came in eighth at 7 over par, wrapping up his third top-10 finish of the season with a total of 75-71-71—217. Philip Pettitt tied for 23rd place at 12 over par after firing 76-72-74— 222. Freshman David Holmes finished the tournament in 59th place after shooting 81-79-82—242.


 ANNUAL RESULTS (Since 1964)

Lexington, Ky. Killen, Ala. Sea Island, Ga. Sea Island, Ga. Sea Island, Ga. Sea Island, Ga.


Boomer Erick

Tim Turpen

John Scott Rattan

Year Player 1970 Mickey Mabry George Cadle* 1971 Mickey Mabry* 1972 Mickey Mabry Mac McCormick* 1974 Harry Taylor 1975 Harry Taylor 1976 Ricky Gregg* 1977 Ricky Gregg* 1980 Jim Gallagher Jr.* Kevin Janiga* Stuart Smith* 1981 Kevin Janiga Stuart Smith John Hamarik* 1982 Jim Gallagher Jr.* Kevin Janiga* Stuart Smith* 1983 Stuart Smith 1984 Tad Rhyan* 1985 Eric Rebmann* 1987 Gibby Gilbert Jr.* 1988 Tom Carr Gibby Gilbert Jr.* 1990 Mike Sposa 1991 Mike Sposa

Year Player 1993 Steven Smith* 1994 Scott Kammann* 1995 Boomer Erick* Scott Kammann* 1996 Jamie Neher 1997 Tim Turpen* 2000 Derrick Centers* 2001 Andy Brimer* 2002 David Skinns Andrew Pratt* 2003 David Skinns Ian Parnaby* 2004 David Skinns* John Scott Rattan* 2005 David Skinns Ross McGowan* 2006 Jonathan Mount* 2007 Philip Pettitt Charlie Ford* Chris Paisley* 2009 Chris Paisley Robin Wingardh* 2010 David Holmes* Robin Wingardh* 2011 Robin Wingarrd*


Nashville Birmingham, Ala. Opelika, Ala. Athens, Ga.

Sea Island, Ga.


Augusta, Ga. Augusta, Ga. Augusta, Ga. Augusta, Ga. Florence, Ala. Florence, Ala. Florence, Ala. Florence, Ala. Louisville, Ky. Jackson, Miss. West Point, Miss. St. Francisville, La. Jacksonville, Fla. Crossville

Sea Island, Ga. Sea Island, Ga. Sea Island, Ga.


Championship Site Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Baton Rouge, La. Gainesville, Fla. Knoxville Athens, Ga. Pine Mountain, Ga. Pine Mountain, Ga. Pine Mountain, Ga. Pine Mountain, Ga. Dothan, Ala. Dothan, Ala. Decatur, Ala. Decatur, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Augusta, Ga.

Championship Site Sea Island, Ga. Sea Island, Ga. Sea Island, Ga.


Best UT Individual Finish Bert Greene, Champion (141) na Denny Peters, T-24th (225) Jeff Thompson, 9th (221) Tommy McGinnis, 2nd (205) na Mike Mills, 8th (147) Mickey Mabry, T-10th (223) Mickey Mabry, Champion (217) Mac McCormick, T-16th (226) Harry Taylor, T-5th (218) Harry Taylor, T-5th (220) Ricky Gregg, T-9th (217) Ricky Gregg, T-11th (215) Dick von Tacky, T-16th (234) Dick von Tacky, T-16th (225) Jim Gallagher Jr., T-5th (220) Stuart Smith, T-5th (220) Kevin Janiga, 2nd (214) Jim Gallagher Jr., T-3rd (218) Stuart Smith, T-5th (219) Tad Rhyan, T-6th (221) Tad Rhyan, 11th (220) Tad Rhyan, 11th (220) Tad Rhyan, T-9th (218) Floyd Goodson, T-17th (221) Tom Carr, 8th (148) Mike Sposa, Champion (210) Jake Reeves, 8th (216) Jake Reeves, T-19th (224) Scott Kammann, T-12th (218) Scott Kammann, T-14th (219) Jamie Neher, T-14th (219) Boomer Erick, T-12th (216) Keith Blythe, 11th (217) Tim Turpen, 12th (225) Derrick Centers, T-11th (143) Keith Law, T-11th (143) Keith Law, T-11th (230) Andrew Pratt, T-14th (221) Jason Powell, T-17th (218) Andrew Black, T-17th (219) Andrew Pratt, T-4th (211) John Scott Rattan, T-20th (216)

Best UT Individual Finish David Skinns, Champion (210) Chris Paisley, T-33rd (218) Chris Paisley, T-2nd (215) Tino Weiss, T-2nd (215) David Holmes, 6th (215) Robin Wingardh, 16th (218) Garrick Porteous, T-22nd (216) Jay Vandeventer, T-22nd (216) Robin Wingardh, T-3rd (210)


Year UT Team Finish 1964 na 1965 5th (605) 1966 7th (913) 1967 4th (914) 1968 2nd (850) 1969 4th (1,117) 1970 4th (1,138) 1971 5th (1,155) 1972 3rd (1,128) 1973 5th (1,151) 1974 6th (1,161) 1975 6th (1,149) 1976 6th (1,121) 1977 8th (1,121) 1978 7th (1,197) 1979 7th (915) 1980 Champion (884) 1981 2nd (885) 1982 5th (887) 1983 5th (896) 1984 5th (893) 1985 4th (899) 1986 7th-t (907) 1987 4th (878) 1988 6th (891) 1989 4th (897) 1990 Champion (866) 1991 8th (890) 1992 8th-t (911) 1993 6th (890) 1994 2nd-t (875) 1995 5th (871) 1996 10th (894) 1997 9th (915) 1998 4th-t (579) 1999 5th (929) 2000 10th (905) 2001 6th (879) 2002 7th (881) 2003 4th (870) 2004 6th (868)

Year UT Team Finish 2005 5th (889) 2006 9th (875) 2007 Champion (869) 2008 6th (881) 2009 11th (888) 2010 8th (861) 2011 3rd (856)




Jonathan Mount





Allen, Bob Andrews, William Arsenault, Ted Austin Jr., L.B.


Baraka, Kariem Baker, Ann Barger, Russ Barker, Terry Black, Andrew Blythe, Keith Bowman, James Brannen, James Brannen, James Brannen, John Bray, Bobby Brimer, Andy Brown, Rusty Burgan, Todd Burns, John


Cadle, George Campbell, Lloyd Carr, Tom Centers, Derrick Chapman, John Chapman, Walt Clark, Jimmy Cobb, Jim Cofer, Scott Cole, Andy Cole, Len Conrad-Prater, C. Cook, Ted Cooper, Donnie Coors, George Cox, Ross Coxe, W. Cromwell, Clint


1939-41 1940-41 1965-67 1934-36 1997-98 1965 1986-87 1967 1998-2002 1996-97 1942 1977 2007, 09-10 2003-07 1968 1998-2001 1991-92 1990-91 1986-87 1969-71 2002-05 1987-89 1997-2000 1986-89 1982, 84-85 1963 1959-60 1984 1976-78 1982-84 1999-2000 1942 1990-92 1941 2003-04 1924 2003-05


Daniel, Dirk Doughty, George


Eaton, John Echols, Jason Edwards, Fred Ellison, Marvin Emery, Mike Emmons, Mickey Erick, Boomer Estes, Jim


Fitton, Simon Fones, William Ford, Charlie Fort, Harry Foster, Lewis Fowler, Omnia Fukami, Ryo


Gair, Mike Gallagher Jr., Jim Gallant, Matt Gardener, Curt Gardener, Les Gilbert Jr., Gibby Gillespie, Jim Glover, Randy Golliher, Jeff Goodson, Floyd Grant, Alec Gregg, Ricky Gregory, Rusty Greene, Bert


Hamarik, John Harris, Jason Heiskell, John Hollerbach, Joe


1996-97 1939 1935-37 1994, 97 1977-78 1938-40 1990-92 1965 1994-97 1983-84 2001 1939 2005-08 1937 1963-64 1990 1997-2000 1988-91 1980-83 1999-2002 1967 1968 1985, 87-89 1965 1961 1982-84 1985-86 1968, 70 1975-78 1967-69 1964-65 1978-81 2001 1934-35 1975-76

Holmes, David Honeycutt, Rick Hoyt, Nathan Hoyt, Robert Hunter, Bob Hutchins, Paul Hyjek, Andrew


Jackson, Guy James Jr., M.C. Janiga, Kevin Johnson, Steve Johnston, Jimmy Johnston, Tommy Jones, Jeff Jordan, Sidney


Kammann, Scott Keddie, Danny Keliher, Mike Kenny, Doug Kerr, Jim Knox, Con Koehler, Ben


Landy, Scott Law, Kevin Lawrence, Cameron Laws, Joseph Leslie, Bo Little, Jim Lovell, Jack


McCammon, A. McCormick, Mac McGinnis, Tom McGowan, Ross McGrath, Barrett McKinnon, Barry McNeely, Gary McWilliams, Matt Mabry, Coy Mabry, Mickey Majors, Bobby Maynard, Steve

2007-10 2004 1972-75 1972-75 1967-68 1971-72 1978 1984 1936 1979-82 1976-78 1988-89 1991-92 1979-81 1939-40 1993-95 2011 1979-80 1968-69 1941-42 1965 1940 1974-75, 77 1996-99 2008-10 1939-41 1969 1974-75, 77 1934-35

Meyers, Dan Meyers, Eric Michael, Thomas Mills, Larry Mills, Mike Morris, Scott Moser, Guy Mount, Jonathan Mozur, Clark


Neal, Ray Neher, Jamie Neyland, Lewis


O’Bryan, John Orr, Forrest Overlin, Jim


Paisley, Chris Parnaby, Ian Pavlis, Sam Pearce, Barry Peters, Denny Peters, Johnny Pettit, Mike Pettitt, Philip Porteous, Garrick Powell, Jason Powell, John Pratt, Andrew Price, J. Harry


Quigley, Kevin 1940 1970-73 1967-69 2002-05 1979 1953-56 1973 1997-99 1972 1969-72 1970 1974


Rattan, John Scott Rebmann, Eric Reeves, Jake Reneau, John Renwick, Darren Rhyan, Tad Ritter, Randy Robinson, Chris Rochelle, Corey Rodgers, Brandon Rodgers, Earnest

1966-68 1973-75 1938 1964-65 1973 1966 1965 2004, 06-07 1968-70, 72 1963 1993-96 1954-56 1985 1938 1963 2006-09 1999-2003 1979 1979 1965-66 1967-68 1964-65 2004-08 2009-11 1998-2002 1974-76 1999-2003 1936-38

Rubio, Jorge Rudolph, Mason Rusher, Jim


Sanders, Welch Shannon, Michael Shannon, Toby Skeen, Brandon Skinns, David Slack, Lans Smith, E. Barney Smith, Keller Smith, Larry Smith, Shan Smith, Steven Smith, Stuart Smith, Tom Somsamart, Phanthep Sorsly, Richard Spickard, Ben Sposa, Mike

1992-93 1953 1968-69 1937 1976-77 1976 2001, 03-05 2002-05 1994-95 1936 1935-37 1977 1963-65 1992-95 1980-83 1988 1997-98 1924 2005-08 1988-91


Talkington, Marshall Tankersley, Mike Taylor, Charles Taylor, Harry Thompson, Jeff Thorley, Dale Tinsley, Stanley Turpen, Tim Tuttle, Mason


Vandergriff, Sonny Vandeventer, Jay Vanover, Gary Vincent, Thad von Tacky, Dick


Walker, Jeff Walker, Justin

2011 1990-91 1967-69 1973-76 1968-69 1993-95 1941 1996-97 1938 1965-66 2010-11 1971-74 1965 1978-79 1980 2009-11

1990-91 2003-2005 1984-87 1990-93 1947, 50 2009-11 1984-87 1967 2003-04 1996 2011 1937

A five-time winner on the PGA tour, MASON RUDOLPH lettered for the 1953 Vols during his only season at Tennessee.


Years Played 1952, 54, 58-81, 83 (PGA),1984-86 (SPGA) 1962-71, 74, 76-77, 80 1966-75, 79, 93-95 1972-74,76-82, 86 (PGA),1997-2002 (SPGA) 1975-87, 1989-91 1980, 85-97 (PGA), 1991-2007 (Nike) 1984-present 1984-85 1985 1990 (Nike), 1993-94 (PGA) 1993-94, 96 (PGA), 1994, 96-98 ( 1998 (PGA) 1990,96-97-present (Nike) 1999-2007 2007-present


Ziolkowski, Steve

Player Mason Rudolph (PGA & Senior PGA) Randy Glover (PGA) Bert Greene (PGA) Tom McGinnis (PGA & Senior PGA) George Cadle (PGA) Harry Taylor (PGA & Nike) Jim Gallagher Jr. (PGA & Nationwide) John Hamarik (PGA) Stuart Smith (PGA) Tad Rhyan (PGA & Nike) Mike Emery Jr. (PGA & Jim Estes (PGA & Nike) Mike Sposa (PGA & Nationwide) Ross McGowan (European PGA)



• Career Spans


Yater, Moss






1977 1980, 82 1956 1985-86 1963 2004-07 1938 1929 1974-75 1934 1997-2002 1980 1966 1965-66 1936 2008-11 1938 1939, 41 1964 1936-37


Walsh, Tim Ward, Jimmy Watkins, Bill Watts, Greg Weil, Bert Weiss, Tino Westercamp, Charles Whitaker, James Whitaker, Jim White, Bert White, Jimmy Whitiker, Greg Widby, Ron Wiggins, Phil Williams, Frank Wingardh, Robin Wingo, Maynard Wise, Joe Withers, Robert Work, Dan

1924 1990-91

PHILIP PETTITT won his PGA Second Stage Qualifying Tournament and went on to earn promotion to the Nationwide Tour for 2012. Pettitt finished third on the NGA Pro Golf Tour money list for 2011.

 VOLS ON TOUR • Active Pros Name Charlie Ford Jim Gallagher Jr. David Holmes Cameron Lawrence Ross McGowan Chris Paisley Philip Pettitt David Skinns Tino Weiss Robin Wingardh

Tour European Challenge PGA/Nationwide NGA NGA European PGA European Challenge Nationwide NGA EPD European Challenge

Years at UT 2005-08 1980-83 2007-10 2008-10 2002-05 2006-09 2005-08 2002-05 2004-07 2008-11

• Former Pros Kariem Baraka George Cadle Tom Carr C. Conrad-Prater Ross Cox

European Challenge PGA Nationwide European Challenge Hooters

1997-98 1969-71 1987-89 1999-2000 2004-05

Name Mike Emery Jr. Gibby Gilbert III Randy Glover Bert Greene Scott Kammann Tom McGinnis Jamie Neher Jason Powell Andrew Pratt John Scott Rattan Jake Reeves Mason Rudolph Tad Rhyan Mike Sposa Harry Taylor Tim Turpen Jimmy White

Tour Nationwide Nationwide PGA PGA European Challenge PGA/Champions Golden Bear DP Nationwide Hooters Nationwide/Hooters/DP PGA/Senior PGA PGA/Nationwide PGA/Nationwide PGA/Champions Golden Bear Golden Bear/DP

Years at UT 1990-92 1985, 87-89 1961 1964-65 1993-95 1967-69 1993-96 1998-2002 1999-2003 2003-05 1990-93 1953 1984-87 1988-91 1973-76 1996-97 1997-2002

 TOURNEY WINS, ETC. • PGA/Champions/European/Nationwide Wins

Year Player Event 1959 Mason Rudolph Winner, Golden Gate Championship 1963 Mason Rudolph Winner, Fig Garden Village Open 1964 Mason Rudolph Winner, Greater New Orleans Open 1966 Mason Rudolph Winner, Thunderbird Classic 1967 Randy Glover Winner, Azalea Open 1970 Mason Rudolph Winner, Green Island Open Invit. 1973 Bert Green Winner, L&M Open 1986 Tom McGinnis Winner, New York State Open 1990 Jim Gallagher Jr. Winner, Greater Milwaukee Open 1991 Jim Gallagher Jr. Four Tours World Championship Team 1993 Jim Gallagher Jr. Winner, Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic 1993 Jim Gallagher Jr. Winner, The Tour Championship 1993 Jim Gallagher Jr. Ryder Cup Team Member 1994 Jim Gallagher Jr. Presidents Cup Team Member 1995 Jim Gallagher Jr. Winner, Greater Greensboro Open 1995 Jim Gallagher Jr. Winner, FedEx St. Jude Classic 1996 Jim Estes Winner, Nike Inland Empire Open 1998 Mike Sposa Winner, Nike Boise Open CHRIS PAISLEY earned his European PGA Chal- 1998 Jim Gallagher Jr. FedEx St. Jude Classic Team Member lenge Tour card for 2012 after winning three times 1999 Tom McGinnis Winner, Bank Boston Classic 2009 Ross McGowan Winner, Madrid Masters on the Alps Tour in just eight 2011 starts. UTSPORTS.COM







 Vols in the Walker Cup

1964 Third Team 1965 Third Team

1972 Hon. Mention

1971 Hon. Mention

Every two years, 10 of the finest amateurs in the United States take on the 10 best amateurs Great Britain and Ireland have to offer. Two-time All-America golfer Mike Sposa was picked for the 1991 Walker Cup team. Sposa played in three of the four matches and won two. Former Vol Dick von Tacky was a member of the 1981 team. In 2009, Chris Paisley participated in the Walker Cup for the GB&I squad.  Gallagher top in post-collegiate honors

 SEC Freshman of the Year


BERT GREENE won 1964 SEC Championship medalist honors and twice was named All-America third team.


CHARLIE FORD 2005 Third Team

• Tom Carr, 1988 NCAA Championship runner-up • Reic Rebmann, 1987 U.S. Amateur runner-up • Mason Rudolph, 1965 Masters fourth place

2006 Hon. Mention


1990 Third Team 1991 Hon. Mention

1988 Third Team


DAVID SKINNS 2002 Second Team 2003 Hon. Mention 2005 Third Team

• Jimmy Johnston (1998) • Stephen Smith (1991) • David Skinns (2002)

 More notables




1980 Hon. Mention 1982 Hon. Mention


1982 Third Team 1983 Third Team

1981 Hon. Mention

Jim Gallagher Jr. holds the distinction of being the most highly decorated golfer in UT history. Gallagher captured five PGA Tour victories including the 1993 Tour Championship. He played on the 1994 President’s Cup team (3-1) and also was a member of the 1993 Ryder Cup team when he defeated Seve Ballesteros to seal the U.S. victory. The Gallagher family was selected as the National Golf Family in 1995 by the PGA of America.


1980 Hon. Mention




2009 Hon. Mention

2009 Hon. Mention

2011 Hon. Mention

2012 Tennessee Men's Golf Yearbook  
2012 Tennessee Men's Golf Yearbook  

2012 Tennessee Men's Golf Yearbook