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2009-10 UT ARLINGTON MEN’S GOLF Table of Contents........................................1 Media Information.......................................2 2009-10 Schedule/Roster...........................3 Southland Conference................................4 Waterchase Golf Club................................6 COACHES Head Coach Jay Rees................................8 The Jay Rees File.....................................10 Assistant Coach Stuart Powell.................10

2008-09 REVIEW Team Statistics.........................................24 Tournament Results..................................25 Individual Statistics...................................26 HISTORY Season Records.......................................28 Tournament/Award Winners.....................30 Year-by-Year Tournament Results............31 All-Time Roster.........................................37 Year-by-Year Statistics.............................38

Seniors Donald Dowie...........................................12 Bryce Easton............................................13 Trey Herring..............................................14 Bobby Massa............................................15 Michael Van deVenter...............................16 Kevin Varrichio..........................................17 Juniors Zack Fischer.............................................18 Wes Worster.............................................19 Sophomores Jamey Taylor............................................20 Freshman Cameron Hollek........................................21 Hunter Brown............................................22

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EXPERIENCE UTA The University of Texas at Arlington.........42 College Life...............................................54 University & Department Leadership........66 Department of Athletics............................74 Mavericks in the Community....................76 Athletics Hall of Honor . ...........................78 Distinguished Alumni ...............................80 CREDITS The 2009-10 UT Arlington Men’s Golf Information Guide was written, edited and designed by UT Arlington Associate Athletics Director Gregg Elkin. Special thanks to previous UT Arlington Athletic Communications staffs for their past contributions. Cover design by Gregg Elkin and Dave Seymour. Photography by Gregg Elkin, Phillip Long and Michael Clements.

COACHING STAFF Head Coach.................................................Jay Rees Alma Mater . ..............................Emporia State, 1988 Years at UTA ..........................................................11 Office Phone.........................................817.272-2242 Office Fax..............................................817.272.5037 Best time to call.....................................9 a.m. - Noon Assistant Coach.....................................Stuart Powell TEAM INFORMATION 2008-09 Conference Finish...................................2nd Last NCAA Regional Appearance.......................2009 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Assoc. AD for Communications & Marketing .................................................................Gregg Elkin Office Phone.........................................817.272.5706 Mobile Phone........................................214.577.8843 E-mail.................................................gelkin@uta.edu Sports Information Director ............................................................ Scott Lacefield Office Phone.........................................817.272.2239 Cell Phone.............................................817.691.3786 e-mail........................................... slacefield@uta.edu

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GENERAL Name.................. The University of Texas at Arlington City/Zip................................... Arlington, Texas 76019 Founded......................1895 (Senior College in 1959) Enrollment........................................................26,500 Nickname....................................................Mavericks Colors................Royal Blue and White (Orange Trim) Affiliation............................................ NCAA Division I Conference..................................................Southland President.......................................James D. Spaniolo Alma Mater................................Michigan State, 1968 Director of Athletics..................................Pete Carlon Alma Mater.......................................Iowa State, 1975 Athletics Phone.................................. (817) 272-2261

Assistant Sports Information Director ........................................................ Kristyna Mancias Office Phone.........................................817.272.2212 e-mail...........................................kmancias@uta.edu SID Fax.................................................817.272.2254 SID Mailing Address...........................UTA Box 19079 ....................................................Arlington, TX 76019 Overnight Address..............1309 West Mitchell Street ....................................................Arlington, TX 76019

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MEDIA INFORMATION ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS STAFF GREGG ELKIN Associate Athletics Director Communications and Marketing Phone..........................817.272.5706 Cell..............................214.577.8843 E-mail.......................gelkin@uta.edu - Men’s Basketball - Golf

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SCOTT LACEFIELD Sports Information Director Office Phone............... 817.272.2239 Cell Phone.................. 817.691.3786 E-mail.................slacefield@uta.edu - Baseball - Volleyball

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KRISTYNA MANCIAS Asst. Sports Information Director Phone.........................817.272.2213 E-mail................ kmancias@uta.edu - Women’s Basketball - Softball - Tennis - Track and Field - Cross Country

Sports Information Fax 817-272-2254

MEDIA INFORMATION The 2009-10 edition of the UT Arlington Men’s Golf Information Guide has been produced to assist you with your coverage of the Mavericks. Additional information, photographs and statistics are available upon request.

Directions to UT Arlington: - From Interstate 30 (North) Exit Cooper Street South. Follow Cooper to Nedderman Drive. Turn right (west) on Nedderman. Two buildings share the parking lot -Texas Hall is on the left (west) side (Davis Hall is located on the right (east) side). - From Interstate 20 (South): Exit Cooper Street North. Follow Cooper Street to Nedderman Drive. Turn left (west) on Nedderman. Two buildings share the parking lot -Texas Hall is on the left (west) side (Davis Hall is located on the right (east) side). COVERING PRACTICE Practice sessions are open to the media. Media are required to contact the UT Arlington sports information office to arrange easy access to players and coaches prior to or following practice. Practice times and locations may vary. Contact Gregg Elkin for practice times.

PHONE INTERVIEWS The UT Arlington sports information office requests media members to arrange phone interviews at least 24 HOURS in advance. Phone interviews can be arranged by calling Gregg Elkin. In maintaining UT Arlington athletics department policy, individual phone numbers of studentathletes may not be released. UT ARLINGTON ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS The UT Arlington Athletics Communications office is located in rooms 103 and 104 of the Gilstrap Athletic Center, 1309 W. Mitchell St., near the northwest corner of Maverick Stadium. INTERNET ACCESS Updated information on UT Arlington men’s golf can be found on www. utamavs.com. This official website is refreshed daily with match stories, gmae notes, box scores and statistics.

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Golfweek Conference Challenge

Blue Top Ridge GC

Riverside, Iowa

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UTA/Waterchase Invitational

Waterchase GC

Arlington, Tex.

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Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic Lone Star Invitational

Warren GC Briggs Ranch GC

Notre Dame, Ind. San Antonio, Tex.

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SLC Preview

Carter Plantation GC

Springfield, La.

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Battle at the Beach J.L. Lewis Intercollegiate

Pelican Hill GC The Bandit GC

Newport Beach, Calif. New Braunfels, Tex.

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Border Olympics Rio Pinar Invitational

Laredo CC Rio Pinar CC

Laredo, Tex. Orlando, Fla.

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Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic Jim West Intercollegiate SLC Championship

Wichita CC Victoria CC Carter Plantation GC

Wichita, Kan. Victoria, Tex. Springfield, La.

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NCAA Regionals

TBA

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NCAA Championships

The Honors Course

Chattanooga, Tenn.

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2009-10 ROSTER Name Hunter Brown Donald Dowie Bryce Easton Zack Fischer Trey Herring Cameron Hollek Bobby Massa Jamey Taylor Michael Van deVenter Kevin Varrichio Wes Worster

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Hometown Richardson, Tex. Pretoria, South Africa Durban, South Africa Texarkana, Texas Temple, Texas Richmond, Texas Irving, Texas Friendswood, Texas Centurion, South Africa Arlington, Texas Durban, South Africa

High School/Last College J.J. Pearce Pretoria Boys H.S. Westville Boys H.S. Texas H.S. Harker Heights/Lon Morris Stephen F. Austin Irving High Friendswood H.S. Affies High School Lamar H.S. Pinetown Boys H.S./Lon Morris JC

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SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE Commissioner Tom Burnett

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Associate Commissioner Championships and Sports Administration Tina Cheatham

Associate Commissioner Chief Financial Officer Jack Key

Associate Commissioner for Operations Bruce Ludlow

Associate Commissioner for Institutional Services Stephanie McDonald

Administrative Assistant Teri Franch

Associate Commissioner for External Affairs Jenny McGhee

Assistant Commissioner/ Communications & Media Services Todd Lamb

Assistant Director of Media Relations Jimmy Glenn

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In an era of considerable change in intercollegiate athletics, the Southland Conference continues to be a model of innovation, stability and consistent achievement as it celebrates the academic and athletic accomplishments of its member institutions. What began as a small gathering of college administrators more than 45 years ago, the Southland Conference has transformed itself into a dynamic and respected consortium of 12 member universities in three states. Beginning with a historic meeting of five institutions in Dallas on March 15, 1963, that included current members Lamar University (then Lamar State College of Technology) and the University of Texas at Arlington (then Arlington State College), the Southland Conference set on an extraordinary course that has proven successful well into its fifth decade of existence. On July 1, 2006, the Southland Conference commemorated another milestone as the league membership reached 12, marking the largest configuration ever for the organization. The addition of the University of Central Arkansas and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi expanded the Southland into the Little Rock metro area and into the eighth largest city in Texas. Central Arkansas and A&M-Corpus Christi enhanced the Southland Conference in innumerable ways, including athletic and academic successes, strong and principled leadership, and strong fan support and media coverage. In addition to its two newest members, the Southland Conference lineup also consists of Lamar University, McNeese State University, Nicholls State University, Northwestern State University, Sam Houston State University, Southeastern Louisiana University, Stephen F. Austin State University, the University of Texas at Arlington, the University of Texas at San Antonio, and Texas State UniversitySan Marcos. All told, the revised membership of the Southland encompasses more than 180,000 current students and an alumni base of approximately 920,000. Famous alums from Southland Conference schools include former President Lyndon B. Johnson (Texas State), former CBS news anchor Dan Rather (Sam Houston State), retired U.S. Central Command General Tommy Franks (UT Arlington), NBA executive Joe Dumars (McNeese State), ABC news anchor Robin Roberts (Southeastern Louisiana), country music star George Strait (Texas State), Major League Baseball stars Hunter Pence (UT Arlington), Kevin Millar (Lamar) and Ben Broussard (McNeese State), NBA legend Scottie Pippen (Central Arkansas) and actor Lou Diamond Phillips (UT Arlington). The cities of the Southland are diverse and progressive, ranging from international business and cultural centers such as the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, San Antonio and the New Orleans area, to the historical cities of Nacogdoches, Texas, and Natchitoches, La., to the home of the modern oil boom, Beaumont, Texas, to the unique Cajun French cultures found in the Louisiana cities of Thibodaux and Lake Charles. Southland Conference institutions also draw large numbers of students from the metropolitan areas of Houston, Little Rock, Baton Rouge, Austin, and Shreveport. The Southland sponsors 17 championship sports, all at the NCAA Division I level. The eight men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. The women compete for nine championships in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball. The Conference earns automatic qualification to NCAA championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, women’s soccer,

softball, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. Southland Conference football ranks among the best Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) leagues in the nation, and enjoys an annual expectation of competing for the national championship with multiple teams advancing to the NCAA playoffs each year. In 2002 and 2003, McNeese State finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in the nation, and advanced to the 2002 national championship contest, the sixth such title game appearance since the league joined FCS in 1982. All told, Southland teams have played in 89 Division I playoff games in 27 years, winning 42 of the contests. Historically, the Southland’s successful football heritage has sustained itself through numerous membership and classification changes. Originally an NAIA conference, the Southland joined the NCAA College Division in 1968. The College Division was re-named NCAA Division II in 1973, and the league played two seasons in that class. The Southland was an NCAA Division I league from 197581, before joining the ranks of FCS in 1982, its home ever since. During its tenure as a Division I conference from 197581, the Southland Conference was instrumental in the startup of the Independence Bowl in 1976. The Southland representative served as the host team of the bowl until 1980, compiling a 2-3 record in those contests. The Conference can lay claim to five national championships, including College Division championships through former members Arkansas State (1970, UPI) and Louisiana Tech (1972, National Football Foundation). Louisiana Tech also won the first-ever NCAA-sanctioned national title, winning the Division II playoffs in 1973. Tech followed that with the UPI’s Division II national championship in 1974. Louisiana-Monroe won the 1987 FCS national title. McNeese State, which has made 13 appearances in the national playoffs, played in the 1997 and 2002 NCAA Division I FCS national championship games, while Stephen F. Austin played in the 1989 title game and has four playoff appearances. Northwestern State has played in the playoffs six times, and advanced to the semifinals in 1998, while Sam Houston State has earned four trips to the postseason, including the semifinals in 2004. Nicholls has participated three times in the playoffs. Last season, Texas State made its second postseason appearance in four years. Included was a trip to the semifinals in 2005. On four occasions, the Southland has placed three teams in the national 16-team playoffs. Six of the eight current football-playing members have qualified for the FCS playoffs. In addition, Texas State won NCAA Division II titles in 1981 and 1982 before joining the Southland. The Southland has produced 152 first-team football AllAmericans during its history, and has sent such talent to the professional ranks including Oakland’s Keith Davis (Sam Houston State), Carolina’s Josh McCown (Sam Houston State), Buffalo’s Terrence McGee (Northwestern State), Kansas City’s B.J. Sams (McNeese State), Detroit’s Kevin Smith (McNeese State), Minnesota’s Fred Evans (Texas State), Tennessee’s Jacob Ford (Central Arkansas), and Oakland’s Luke Lawton (McNeese State). Twenty-three former players from the Southland were on NFL rosters to start the 2008 season. In the 2009 NFL Draft, the league saw four players taken, the most among FCS conferences and the most since five were selected in the 2002 NFL Draft. The league had two players selected in each of the three previous drafts and has seen 21 players taken in the NFL Draft since 2000. Among the former NFL stars from the Southland include Fred Dean, who was inducted to the Professional

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to find national success in both indoor and outdoor track and field. In the indoor circuit, the Southland boasts 58 unique all-time All-Americans that have won a combined 10 national championships. Likewise in the spring outdoor season, the league has seen 132 different All-Americans, including 105 men and 27 women, combine to win 20 national championships. Golf has traditionally been a strong Southland sport as exemplified by Lamar men’s golfer Chris Stroud, who finished third individually at the 2003 NCAA National Championship and is a current member of the PGA Tour. The league has sent multiple teams into postseason play on numerous occasions, including each of the previous two seasons with both Lamar and UT Arlington qualifying for a regional. Additionally, in 2009, five individuals from the Southland also earned a spot in a regional. Lamar won a pair of NCAA Division II national championships in 1967 and 1968, and also produced PGA player Ronnie Black. In 2005, Lamar’s Dawie Van Der Walt finished fourth individually and Lamar tied for 12th place at the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship, before the Cardinals tied for ninth in 2006 and tied for third in 2007. Former Lamar golfer Casey Clendenon advanced to the semifinals of the U.S. Amateur in 2007. Southland tennis has also experienced national prominence. UT Arlington All-American Andy Leber was the 2002 ITA/Ted Farnsworth National Senior Co-Player of the Year after a 43-3 record and earning the nation’s No. 2 ranking. In women’s tennis, Southeastern Louisiana won 46 consecutive conference matches during a four-year period that began in 2005. The conference has increased sponsorship and championships opportunities for female student-athletes in recent years, adding women’s golf and soccer as league sports. In 2007, Stephen F. Austin became the first Southland team to score a goal in the NCAA tournament, while Texas State became the first women’s golf program to compete in the NCAA tournament. The Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. With the F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship Award, the league annually honors one male and one female scholar-athlete with a stipend for postgraduate study. The Scholar-Athlete Award is given to each institution’s male and female student-athlete with the highest grade-point average. Also, student-athletes with grade-point averages above 3.0 are honored on the Southland’s annual All-Academic teams and Commissioner’s Honor Roll. In addition to providing expanding opportunities for student-athletes, the Southland Conference and its member institutions are very involved in various community outreach programs. Many of these programs provide positive life skills training such as academics, citizenship and leadership to school-aged students in Southland communities. With the F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship Award, the league annually honors one male and one female scholar-athlete with a stipend for postgraduate study. The Scholar-Athlete Award is given to each institution’s male and female student-athlete with the highest grade-point average. Also, student-athletes with grade point averages above 3.0 are honored on the Southland’s annual All-Academic teams and Commissioner’s Honor Roll. In addition to providing expanding opportunities for student-athletes, the Southland Conference and its member institutions are very involved in various community outreach programs. Many of these programs provide positive life skills training such as academics, citizenship and leadership to school-aged students in Southland communities. The Steve McCarty Citizenship Award, initiated in 2005-06 and named after the former Stephen F. Austin athletic director, properly recognizes accomplishments off the court for a male and female student-athlete.

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Football Hall of Fame in 2008 to become the first former Southland Conference player to earn induction in Canton. Other great NFL players from the Southland include Super Bowl XXIX quarterback Stan Humphries, Bill Bergey, Fred Barnett, Roger Carr, Marvin Upshaw, Larry Centers, Kavika Pittman, Mike Barber, Bruce Collie, Tim McKyer, Pat Tilley, Jackie Harris, Eugene Seale, Bubby Brister, Billy Ryckman, Rafael Septien, Buford Jordan, Marcus Spears, Terrance Shaw, and Ray Brown. The Southland Conference has also seen its share of great coaches during its history in Maxie Lambright, Ernie Duplechin, Sam Goodwin, Jack Doland, Bennie Ellender, Bobby Keasler, Larry Lacewell, Bill Davidson, Dennis Franchione, Pat Collins, and Ron Randleman. While successful on the fields and courts, the Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. In addition to football, the Southland Conference can point to a number of accomplishments in all sports. Men’s basketball has experienced a tremendous amount of success during the Southland’s 45-plus years. The league has sent two teams to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen, as well as a squad to the NIT Final Four. Basketball stars Karl Malone, Joe Dumars, Jeff Foster, Dwight “Bo” Lamar, Andrew Toney, Devin Brown, and Mike Oliver played in the Southland Conference. In 2006, Northwestern State, playing as the No. 14 seed in the NCAA Tournament, defeated No. 3 seed Iowa, 64-63, in first-round action. In 2008, the league saw two postseason teams (UT Arlington in the NCAA Tournament and Stephen F. Austin in the NIT) for the first time since 2001. Coaches such as Billy Tubbs, Mike Vining, Scotty Robertson, Jack Martin, Andy Russo, Bobby Paschal and Pat Foster have led teams in the Southland. In women’s basketball, the Southland also has its share of tradition with LouisianaMonroe advancing to the 1985 NCAA Women’s Final Four, and Stephen F. Austin sustaining itself as one of the most successful programs in the history of the sport. In 2008, the Ladyjacks became the sixth program in NCAA Division I history to record more than 800 wins, joining Tennessee, Louisiana Tech, Old Dominion, Texas and James Madison. For three consecutive seasons (2007-09) the Southland has sent two teams to the postseason as UT Arlington made its second appearance in the NCAA tournament in 2007 and UTSA saw its first action in the big dance in 2008 and made a return trip in 2009. A Southland team has played in the WNIT nine times, including each of the last three years. Women’s basketball all-stars have included Eun Jung Lee, Lisa Ingram, Portia Hill, Deneen Parker, Katrina Price, and Joskeen Garner, and coaches such as Gary Blair, Linda Sharp, James Smith and Linda Harper. Baseball has emerged as a huge Southland Conference strength with the league earning numerous national rankings and NCAA Tournament berths. The Southland consistently ranks among the top-10 conferences in the country. Major leaguers such as Ben Sheets, the league’s highest draft pick (10th in 1999 by the Milwaukee Brewers), Micah Hoffpauir, Hunter Pence, David Segui, Brian Lawrence, Ben Broussard, Chuck Finley, Jerald Clark, and Terry Matthews once played in the league. Former UT Arlington shortstop, Trey Hillman, a three-time All-Southland selection from 1983-85, was named the manager for the Kansas City Royals following the 2007 season and coached the American League in the MLB All-Star Game this past July. Southeastern Louisiana pitcher Wade Miley was the 43rd overall selection in the 2008 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft to become the 11th-highest player selected in league history. In 2005, McNeese State pitcher Jacob Marceaux was a first-round pick by the Florida Marlins, becoming the sixth Southland player taken in the first round. A total of 21 players were selected in the 2009 draft, the third most in conference history. Such coaches as Jim Gilligan, who won his 1,100th career game in 2009, Pat Patterson, Butch McBroom, Mark Johnson, Jim Wells, Smoke Laval, Dave Van Horn, Mike Bianco, John Cohen and Tony Robichaux, have patrolled Southland dugouts. Softball continues to enjoy success on a national level, as the league has knocked off at least one nationally ranked opponent since 1995, including a win by McNeese State over 19th-ranked LSU in 2009. In the 2003 NCAA Tournament, UT Arlington and Texas State enjoyed unprecedented success as each won two games in the national event. The league has also won at least one game in the NCAA tournament in three of the past five years. Texas State shut out No. 12 Northwestern in the opening game of the 2009 NCAA Tournament. In 18 years on NCAA competition the Southland has racked up 14 wins. The Southland has a proud history in volleyball as UT Arlington has represented the conference eight times in the NCAA tournament, advancing all the way to the NCAA Volleyball Final Four in 1989. In 2006, Stephen F. Austin moved to the second round following an opening-round win against Alabama. Track and field has also served as a proud asset for the Southland Conference as the league has produced numerous national champions and Olympic medalists. The Southland boasts 27 men and three women student-athletes who have won NCAA track and field national championships, including A&M-Corpus Christi’s Shadrack Songok (10,000-meter run) in 2007 and 2008 and McNeese State’s Brad Gebauer (pole vault) in 2007. The league has also produced U.S. Olympic track and field medalists Earl Bell, Thomas Hill, Al Joyner and Charles Austin, Liudmila Litvinova, along with other Olympians. With the addition of five more All-American seasons in 2009, the league continues

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The Jim McLean Golf Schools Named one the 50 greatest golf teachers by Golf Digest and a Top-100 teacher by Golf Magazine, Jim McLean, has brought of the world’s top training facilities to the Metroplex with the Jim McLean Golf School next door to Waterchase Golf Club. Among the features and amenities are: a practice range with six target greens and a tee box that stretched 160 yards across. A 50,000 square foot short game area which includes a putting green, undulated chipping green and a challenging bunker and pitching green. A newly designed clubhouse featuring a state-of-the-art Superstation. A fitness center, putting studio, golf simulatorm club fitting and repair and a full locker room/shower facility. Fully stocked retail shop including instructional video, DVD’s and books. Practice Range and Short-Game Area • Fully lit practice at night • Premium range balls available • Mats for all weather practicing Practice Course • Nine-hole practice course designed by Tom Fazio and Jim McLean www.JimMcLean.com

Location................... Fort Worth, Texas . ...........................10 minutes from UTA Yardage......................................... 7,304 Par...................................................... 72 Rating............................................. 74.5 Slope................................................ 137 Architect................Steven D. Plummer Professional.......... Jason Heitschmidt Opened.......................................... 2000 Record......................... 64, Adam Babb

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Head Coach 11th Season UT Arlington ‘98

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Two-time Southland Conference Coach of the Year (2005 and 2009) Led team to NCAAs in five of last seven seasons Coached three Southland Conference Individual Champions Teams were ranked No. 1 in the nation in total Short Game in 2005 and 2009

UT Arlington head golf coach Jay Rees has taken the Maverick golf program to new heights during his first 10 years at the school. Now in his 11th season, Rees, a twotime Southland Conference Coach of the Year, is looking to guide what might be his best-ever team to the school’s first-ever NCAA Final appearance after narrowly missing out in 2009. His Mavericks finished just five shots out of making the NCAA Tournament last year at the University of Texas Golf Club but did produce their highest finish in a NCAA Regional with their eighth place result. UTA also just missed winning the Southland Conference title a few weeks earlier as Rees helped guide his team to a second place finish. He did however produce an individual medalist in Zack Fischer who missed out in the conference title in a playoff. Throughout the season Rees talks with Zack Fischer during the 2009 NCAA Regional in Austin. Rees his team played in 11 tournaments. They was named the 2009 Southland Conference Coach of the Year. won one and registered three second, at least one season. seven top four and 10 top 10 finishes Massa became Rees’ first All-American as the Irving, Texas during the season. The team finished the year with the school’s native earned honorable mention accolades following the 2009 highest ranking ever in the final golfstat.com National Rankings season. He also holds the school record with a 10-under par 62 as they were 43rd. Rees, who is known for his knowledge of the short game, trans- shot during the fall of 2008 at the Turtle Bay Invitational. ferred that to his players during the course of the season, as the Two of his players – Adam Babb in 2000 and Jordan Krantz Mavericks finished the year as the best short game team in the in 2005 – were Southland Conference Champions while Fischer was a co-medalist last season. Seven of his players have been nation according to golfstat.com. Rees was honored by his peers following the regular season named first team all-conference a total of nine times while four with his second Southland Conference Coach of the Year award, players have earned second team honors on five occasions. His an honor he also won in 2005 when he led UTA to the conference teams have won eight tournaments, posted 48 top five and 78 top 10 finishes while his players have won 11 tournaments during his title. He has now led the Mavericks to the NCAA Regionals in each time. of the last three years and also in five of the last seven seasons. “I am committed to making UT Arlington a golf school,” Rees Besides these team accomplishments, Rees has also had a rep- said. “Our goal is to be one of the top 30 golf programs in the nation. We have upgraded our program in terms of schedule and resentative from UTA at the NCAAs in seven of his 10 seasons. Anyone can look in the UTA record book and see Rees’ play- I know we have the right pieces in place to do something special ers listed up and down among the best players in school history. here.” Current Maverick Bobby Massa holds the school record for career In 2007-08, the Mavericks had the best fall season in school (73.11) and season (72.42) stroke average. Overall the top 12 history. UTA finished first in two of its first three tournaments before players in school history by stroke average have played for Rees turning in a record-breaking performance in Hawai’i. At the Turtle Bay Invitational, the Mavericks shot a school-record 270-281-

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UTA head coach Jay Rees (right) accepts the 2009 Southland Conference Coch of the Year trophy from Southland associate commissioner Jack Key. taking over the men’s squad in September 1996, the team made three consecutive appearances in the NAIA national tournament, where the Bulldogs finished seventh in 1997, fourth in 1998 and sixth in 1999. Texas Lutheran’s women’s golf team began play on the varsity level in 1997-98, and under Rees’ guidance, finished ninth overall in the NAIA’s national championship tournament in its first season before finishing second in 1999. Prior to his stint at Texas Lutheran, Rees spent one year as the associate head coach of Scottsdale (Ariz.) CC, where his men’s squad was ranked No. 1 in the nation. Rees gained Division I experience as an assistant coach at Louisiana State (1993-94) and as the assistant men’s and women’s golf coach at Arizona State (1994-95). The Lady Sun Devils claimed the 1995 national championship. Along with his coaching duties at Arizona State, Rees was the teams’ recruiting and fund-raising coordinator. Rees’ first head coaching job came at his alma mater, Emporia State in Kansas. He was named the head coach at just 21 years of age which makes him one of the few collegiate head coaches in history to have been placed in charge of any program at that young of an age. During his four-year run as Emporia State’s head coach, Rees developed an NAIA and NCAA Division II top-10 program and was named the district’s Coach of the Year four consecutive years from 1990-93.

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272=823. The Mavericks remained in the golfstat.com Top 50 the entire fall season. In the spring, the Mavericks had four top six performances and rode those results to an at-large berth in the NCAA Central Regionals. Rees led the Mavericks to their best conference finish in 2005. That year, UTA set a school record at the Southland Conference Tournament, posting a 54-hole total of 861 to win the conference championship by 13 strokes. UTA also dominated the individual accolades with Rees earning his first Coach of the Year honor. Besides Krantz’s Player of the Year award, Jeff Murray was tabbed Newcomer of the Year and Krantz shared the conference’s Student-Athlete of the Year award. In 2005-06, UT Arlington won three tournaments and posted an impressive 10 top four finishes during the 13-tournament schedule. Three different individuals — Krantz, Murray and Tyrone Mordt — posted tournament wins as individuals and all six golfers that competed in tournament play last season placed in eighth place or better during the season. As a team, UT Arlington golfers compiled 19 top-10 finishes and 37 in the top 20. As a team, the Mavericks finished the year ranked 53rd by golfstat.com. Rees led the Mavs to the 2002 NCAA Central Regional Tournament, the 2005 NCAA West Regionals and the 2006 NCAA Central Regionals. Individually, Adam Babb (2000) and Shad Muth (2001) made NCAA tournament appearances, before taking the entire team in 2002. In 2002, the squad was ranked 52nd in the Golfweek national poll and 57th nationally in the Golfstat rankings. In the 2005-06 season, the Mavericks cracked the top 40 for most of the season before settling for a top60 finish. Rees’ work ethic has made him a solid recruiter. In the fall 2000 season, Golfstat rated his freshman class as the first-year class having the greatest impact on its team in the nation that season. Rees arrived at UT Arlington after spending three years at Texas Lutheran, where he helped lead both the Bulldog men’s and women’s teams to national prominence. After

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THE JAY REES FILE Year SLC Finish All-SLC 99-00 6th 2 (Babb, King) Adam Babb (2000 Southland Conference Individual Champion)

NCAA Qualifier Adam Babb

NCAA Rank #125

Overall Record 74-67-1

00-01 6th 2 (Muth, Main) Shad Muth (2001 Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year)

DNQ

#79

99-74-1

#48

137-42-4

Anthony Estorga

#104

73-70-4

DNQ

#110

92-44-5

04-05 1st 4 UTA Team (Krantz, Mordt, Murray, Reeves) Jordan Krantz (SLC Player of the Year, SLC Student-Athlete of the Year & Individual Champion), Jeff Murray (2005 Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year) Jay Rees, Coach of the Year NCAA West Regionals-Stanford, California (21st place)

#43

122-50-3

05-06 4th 3 (Reeves, Mordt, Zamorano) Reeves: (SLC Student-Athlete of the Year), Zamorano: (2006 Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year), NCAA Central Regionals-Cleveland Ohio (t16th place)

UTA Team

#47

139-53-5

DNQ

#89

79-62-2

07-08 2nd** 4 UTA Team (Massa, Reeves, Van deVenter, Carrigan) NCAA Central Regionals-Columbus, Ohio (22nd place)

#50

118-61-3

08-09 2nd 4 (Massa, Fischer, Van deVenter, Easton) NCAA Southwest Regionals-Austin, TX (8th place) Zack Fischer (2009Southland Conference Individual Champion) Jay Rees, Coach of the Year

#43

121-38-2

01-02 2nd 3 UTA Team (Muth, Main, Mullen) NCAA Central Regionals-Little Rock, Arkansas (T17th)

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02-03 6th 2 (Estorga, Mordt) Anthony Estorga (2003 Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year) Jordan Krantz (Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year) 03-04 4th

06-07 4th

2 (Mordt, Allen)

4 (Reeves, Massa, Van deVenter, Easton)

UTA Team

STUART POWELL Assistant Coach Stuart Powell is in his fourth season as an volunteer assistant coach for the UT Arlington golf team. Powell assists in practice, player developments and day-to-day operations of the Mavericks golf team. He also served as assistant tournament director for the 2007 UTA Fall Classic. Powell served 26 years in the United States Army with tours in Vietnam, Germany and various installations in the United States. He served as a professor of military science at UT Arlington where he retired from the military. During his time in the military, Powell achieved the rank of colonel. He stayed active in golf as a competitor. He was club champion at the Fort Eustis Golf Club. Powell played on the Eagl mini tour for two seasons. He received his golf teaching certification and began teaching following the closure of the Eagl tour. He has been active as a professional golf instructor for the past 17 years. Powell and his wife, Marsha, have two daughters (Kara and Brittany) and a son, Brandon. Kara Puckett and her husband, Kevin, have two children and live in the Mesquite area. Brittney Powell has one son, and lives in Burbank, Calif., pursuing an acting career. Brandon Powell lives in Mansfield and is studying to become a veterinary technician.

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The University of Texas at Arlington CAREER BESTS Best Finish: 4th, 2008 Wrangler

Donald Dowie

6-3 ● Sr. ● 3L Pretoria, Guanteng Province, South Africa Pretoria Boys H.S.

Low Round: 69, 2009 Oak Hills Invitational Low Tourney Score: 222, 2009 Oak Hills Invitational

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2008-09 Appeared in 5 tournaments and had a stroke average of 75.25 in 12 rounds…shot a career-low 69 in the 2nd round of the Oak Hills Invitational…finished in a tie for 27th at the UTA/Waterchase Invitational for his best finish in a full field event. 2007-08 Competed in 2 tournament during his redshirt freshman year, placing 4th in The Wrangler with a two-round score of 74-79=153...shot a 74-74-77=225 in the UT Arlington Fall Classic. 2006-07 Redshirted PRIOR TO UT ARLINGTON Attended Pretoria Boys High School...team captain his junior and senior season...played for the state team his junior and senior season, while also being named captain his senior season...finished 3rd in regional qualifying for South African Amateur... ranked 105th in the South African Golf Association...received half colors his junior season and graduated with honors. PERSONAL Born Sept. 23, 1987... son of Athol and Lyn Dowie... his father is a member of the South African PGA... a business finance major.

DOWIE CAREER RECORD

Year Tournaments Rounds 2006-07 2007-08 2 5 2008-09 5 12 TOTALS 7 17

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Strokes Redshirted 378 903 1281

Avg

Low 18

Low 54

Top 10s

75.60 75.25 75.35

74 69 69

225 222 222

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Bryce Easton

6-1 ● Sr. ● 3L Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Westville Boys H.S.

Low Round: 67, 2007 Wolf Pack; 2008 Turtle Bay Low Tourney Score: 210, 2008 Turtle Bay

SUMMER 2009 Won the Collegiate Players Tour BlackHorse Collegiate Open in Cypress, Texas with an even par score of 216, besting a field of 75… also won the Canyon Springs Open on the same tour with a score of 206.

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2008-09 Honorable mention All-Southland Conference selection...played in 10 tournaments recording a 74.10 stroke average in 30 rounds (4th on the team)...had 3 top 10 finishes including 8th at the Saint Mary’s Invitational, a tie for 11th at Southland Conference Championship and a tie for 17th at the Oak Hills Invitational...season-low round of 69 set three times...finished even par at the Saint Mary’s Invitational at Poppy Hills in Pebble Beach, Calif. and was one-over at the Turtle Bay Invitational…tied for 31st at the NCAA Regionals in Austin. 2007-08 Competed in nine of the team’s 12 tournaments and finish fifth among the Mavericks in stroke average with a 74.54...finished tied for third at the Texas Cup at 75-68=143...had his best tournament of the season in UTA’s record-breaking performance at the Turtle Bay Invitational, shooting 74-67-69=210…was one of only 3 times a Maverick golfer shot back-to-back sub-70 rounds. SUMMER 2007 Took third at the Zulu Open (73-73=146) and competed at the KZN Championship (70-77-68-72=287). 2006-07 Ranked 4th on the team with a 74.54 stroke average...he and Zack Reeves were only members of squad to play in all 10 tournaments... led squad with 31 rounds played...low round of 67 at Wolf Pack Classic...improved play during spring, averaging 74.14 for 5 tournaments...posted 3 top-20 finishes, including tying for 7th at the Callaway Golf Invitational...finished T35th at SLC Championship (7877-76-231). PRIOR TO UT ARLINGTON Attended Westville Boys’ High School...captained three South African under-18 teams...represented his province (Kwa-Zulu Natal) at under-16, under-18 and under-23 and senior level...won 3 tournaments and was runner-up in 2 others in 2005...fired a course record 64 at the Durban Country Club’s Beachwood Course as well as a new tournament record in winning the KZN Invitational (132). PERSONAL Born Sept. 5, 1987...son of Warner and Ingrid Easton...business major.

EASTON CAREER RECORD

Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

Tournaments 10 9 10 29

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Strokes 2087 1938 2223 6248

Avg 74.56 74.54 74.10 74.38

Low 18 67 67 69 67

Low 54 213 210 213 210

Top 10s 1 2 1 3

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Trey Herring

5-11 ● Sr. ● 1L Temple, Texas ● Harker Heights H.S. Lon Morris College

Low Round: 76, 2009 Waterchase Invitational Low Tourney Score: 232, 2009 Waterchase Invitational

SUMMER 2009 Finished 2nd at the Southern Arizona Amateur and the Wyoming Open.

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2008-09 Made only appearance of the season in the UTA/Waterchase Invitational where he shot 77-76-79=232 and finished in a tie for 39th. PRIOR TO UT ARLINGTON A two-time All-American at Lon Morris Junior College in Jacksonville, Texas…an all-regional selection in 2008... played at Harker Heights High School in Temple before going to Lon Morris.

HERRING CAREER RECORD

Year 2008-09 TOTALS

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Tournaments 1 1

Rounds 3 3

Strokes 232 232

Avg 77.33 77.33

Low 18 76 76

Low 54 232 232

Top 10s 0 0

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The University of Texas at Arlington CAREER BESTS Best Finish: 1st, 2007 Diet Pepsi/Shocker Classic, 2009 Border Olympics Low Round: 62, 2008 Turtle Bay Invitational

Bobby Massa 6-1 ● Sr. ● 3L Irving, Texas Irving H.S.

Low Tourney Score: 203, 2007 Turtle Bay Invitational

CAREER NOTES Holds the school record for lowest career stroke average at 73.11…his scoring average of 72.42 in 2008-09 is a school record…holds 3 of the lowest 7 scores ever posted in school history (62, 64 and 65).

PERSONAL Born Feb. 9, 1988, in Dallas, Texas...son of Joe and Mardi Massa...his father, Joe, was a baseball and golf letterwinner at UT Arlington...majoring in physical education.

RECORD-SETTING ROUND OF 62 Shot a school-record 62 in the final round of the Turtle Bay Invitational to lead UTA to a third place finish at the 19-team tournament...opened the tournament with a two-under par 70 and then shot a second round 74... he then went out in the final round to shoot his record-setting 10-under par round...10-under 206 placed him second in the tournament by one shot behind Ohio State’s Vaughn Snyder....the 62 broke the previous school record of 63 shot by Shad Muth at the UTSA Invitational in 2001...the 206 tied for the fourth-lowest 54-hole tournament score in school history...his round helped the Mavericks post a final round score of 271 which was the second-lowest in UTA history. 2007-08 Finished with the team’s best stroke average of 73.08, which ranks as the 6th-best single-season stroke average in the program’s history...4 top 10 finishes and was team’s top golfer in 4 tournaments, including the 2 biggest tournaments of the year - the Southland Conference Championships and the NCAA Central Regionals....turned in his best performance of the year with a 64-71-68=203 at the Turtle Bay Intercollegiate. SUMMER 2007 Advanced deep into the Cotton States Invitational before losing to Russell Helson of Texas, 2&1, in the second round of match play... competed at the Texas State Amateur where he tied for 19th with a four-round total of 294 (74-72-72-76)... shot 72-72 at the U.S. Amateur qualifier.

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2008-09 First team All-Southland Conference selection...led UTA with a school record single season stroke average of 72.42 in 33 rounds (11 tournaments)...stroke average broke the old mark held by Adam Babb (72.685 in 2000) and Tyrone Mordt (72.694 in 2003)...school record 7 rounds in the 60’s…set a school record with a 10-under par 62 in the final round of the Turtle Bay Invitational...finished Rio Pinar Invitational at 10-under as well... medalist at the Border Olympics with a 5-under score of 211 for his second career victory...has one win, 3 second place and five top 10 finishes...13 of his 30 rounds have been 71 or better.

PRIOR TO UT ARLINGTON A four-year letterwinner at Irving High... won 12 tournaments during his 4-year career, including 4 his senior season...District 7-5A champion his sophomore season and runner-up his freshman and senior seasons…tallied a 70-69=139 at the Dallas Morning News Junior City Championship in 2002... the Northern Texas Junior PGA Champion in 2002, and the runnerup in 2003...Region I-5A qualifier all 4 years...named outstanding male athlete at Irving HS his sophomore through senior years...nominated by the American Junior Golf Association for the Hewlett Packard Scholastic Junior All-American Team in 2005...an honor student all four years and the National Honor Society his senior year at Irving HS.

2006-07 Named honorable mention all-Southland Conference...became first Maverick freshman to win a tournament in more than decade with the medalist award at the Diet Pepsi/Shocker Classic (72-72-75=219)... ranked third on the team with a 74.68 stroke average... tied for 12th at the Border Olympics (71-72-71=214)... played in 6 tournaments, including every spring tournament... averaged 74.20 during 5 spring events...shot par or better in 6 of his final 9 rounds during the spring... best round of the season was 71 at the Border Olympics and the SLC Championship.

MASSA CAREER RECORD

Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

Tournaments 6 12 11 29

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Strokes 1340 2558 2390 6288

Avg 74.44 73.08 72.42 73.11

Low 18 71 64 62 62

Low 54 214 203 206 203

Top 10s 1 4 5 10

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Van De Venter

5-10 ● Sr. ● 3L Centurion, Guanteng Province, South Africa Affies H.S.

CAREER BESTS Best Finish: 1st, 2009 Waterchase Invitational Low Round: 67, Four times Low Tourney Score: 205, 2009 Waterchase Invitational

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SUMMER 2009 Won the Collegiate Players Tour Rose Creek Open in Edmond, Okla. with a score of 206, winning by 6 shots. 2008-09 Third team All-Southland Conference selection...appeared in all 11 tournaments and posted a career best 73.69 stroke average in 32 rounds...stroke average was 3rd on the team…won the UTA/Waterchase Invitational in the fall with an 11-under score of 205...shot a season-low 67 3 times including each of the last 2 rounds of that tournament...posted 5 rounds in the 60s...had 4 top 20 finishes...tied for 25th at the Southland Conference Tournament. 2007-08 Named to the Southland Conference All-Academic Team...finished 3rd on the team with a 73.74 stroke average...turned in his highest finish with a 2nd place tie at the UT Arlington Fall Classic, firing a 68-7074=212...shot 15 rounds of 71 or better...his 19th-place finish at the Louisiana Tech/Squire Creek Invitational was a team-best...finished in a tie for 9th at the Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic with a score of 71-7174=216. SUMMER 2007 Claimed second place at the Lowvbeld Open (71-68=139) and seventh place at the Limpopo Open (74-72-70-76=292)... competed at the Scratch Players Am (77-68-70=215). 2006-07 Named honorable mention All-Southland Conference...played in 7 tournaments...led the team with a 73.33 stroke average during the spring with two top-20 finishes...averaged 77.30 in two events in the fall...ended year with tie for 6th-place at the Diet Pepsi/Shocker Classic (72-72-78=222) and tie for 11th at the SLC Championship (74-7470=218). PRIOR TO UT ARLINGTON Attended Affies High School... ranked 7th on the South African Golf Amateur Association with a 71.69 stroke average...won the Kwa-Zulu Natal Open (70-71-69-69=279) and the Lowveld Open (72-68=140)... finished in the top-10 9 times in 13 tournaments during the 05-06 amateur season...has been ranked the No. 1 player in his home state of Gauteng North...the runner-up in the 2003 South African Junior Championship... played for the Gauteng North U16, U18, U23 Team and was captain of each. PERSONAL Born August 5, 1987, in Pretoria, South Africa... son of Rudolph van de Venter...father, Rudolph, played professional rugby for the South African Blue Bulls...majoring in business management.

VAN deVENTER CAREER RECORD

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2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

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Rounds

Strokes

Avg

Low 18

Low 54

Top 10s

7 13 11 31

21 38 31 91

1564 2802 2358 6733

74.47 73.74 73.69 73.98

70 67 67 67

219 211 205 205

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Kevin Varrichio 5-10 ● Sr. ● 3L Arlington, Texas Lamar H.S.

CAREER BESTS Best Finish: 4th, 2009 SMU Fall Tournament Low Round: 71, 2009 SMU Fall Tournament Low Tourney Score: 218, 2008 Waterchase Invitational

2008-09 Appeared in 5 tournaments, playing in 12 rounds while posting a stroke average of 76.25…best finish in a varsity event came at The Wrangler where he finished in a tie for 21st…career low round of 71 at the SMU Fall JV tournament.

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2007-08 Played in 3 tournaments, recording his best finish at the UT Arlington Fall Classic with a score of 73-72-73=218, good enough for a tie for 12th...finished in a tie for 14th at The Wrangler. SUMMER 2007 Played on the College Players Tour events in Houston and Austin... competed in Texas State Amateur qualifier, Texas State Open Qualifier and the U.S. Amateur qualifier... Scored a 217 (73-69-75) at the Young Houstonian and missed cut at Cotton States Amateur with 36-hole total of 154 (78-76). 2006-07 Played in three tournaments during the season... top finish was a tie for 49th at the Scenic City Invitational (77-78-80=235) the opening tournament of the year. SUMMER 2006 Qualified for match play at the Cotton States Invitational with a 77-72=149... lost in the first round of match play to fellow Maverick Michael Douthit, 7&5...ended the summer with a 73.71 stroke average...also participated in the Texas State Amateur Qualifier, Texas State Open, U.S. Amateur Qualifier and U.S. Open Qualifying. PRIOR TO UT ARLINGTON Captured the District 7-5A championship as a senior with a 3-under-par score (70-71=141)…recorded 7 high school tournament victories…runner-up in district as a junior with a fourover-par (73-73=146) in 2004…advanced to the second round of match play at the 2005 Cotton States Invitational during summer of 2005, losing to former Maverick Tyrone Mordt on the first playoff hole. PERSONAL Born Jan. 21, 1987… son of Cary and Mike Varrichio…father played baseball at TCU and uncle (Phil Varrichio) played baseball at Dallas Baptist.

VARRICHIO CAREER RECORD

Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 TOTALS

Tournaments 3 3 5 11

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Strokes 717 605 903 2225

Avg 77.81 75.63 76.25 76.72

Low 18 77 72 71 71

Low 54 237 218 229 218

Top 10s 0 0 2 2

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Zack Fischer

Low Round: 67, 2009 Southland Conf. Championship

6-1 ● Jr. ● 2L Texarkana, Texas Texas H.S.

Low Tourney Score: 210, 2009 Oak Hills Invitational

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SUMMER 2009 Won the Western Junior at the University of Texas Golf Club in Austin…advanced to the United States Amateur Public Links tournament in Norman, Okla. after being the medalist at his regional qualifying site. 2008-09 Second team All-Southland Conference selection...played in all 11 tournaments and registered a career best 73.19 stroke average in 31 rounds…stroke average was 2nd best on the team and 7th best in school history...tied for medalist honors at the Southland Conference Championship after recording scores of 67-68-77=212...the first round 67 was a career-low...part of a 3-man playoff and was eliminated on the first hole after registering a bogey...set a school record, along with Bobby Massa, with 7 rounds in the 60’s…had 3 top 10 finishes which also included a tie for 3rd at the Oak Hills Invitational and a tie for 9th at the Mizzou Intercollegiate...tied for 18th at NCAA Regional in Austin…finished 3 tournaments under par - Turtle Bay Invitational (-3), Oak Hills (-3) and SLC (-4)...finished in the top 20 in 7 of the 9 tournaments he finished. 2007-08 Finished as the top UTA player in first tournament, the Saint Mary’s Invitational...finished his first season with a 74.62 stroke average, good enough for 6th among UT Arlington golfers who competed in at least 6 tournaments...participated in the 2008 Southland Conference Championships and finished tied for 37th...had 3 top 20 finishes. PRIOR TO UT ARLINGTON A two-time Class 4A all-state golf at THS...recorded 6 tournament victories his senior season at THS...averaged a school record 70.14 strokes per round in 2007...tied for 10th at the Class 4A UIL State Tournament (69-72=141)...tied for 10th at state as a sophomore in 2005 with a 74-72-146...a three-time all-Region II and all-District 11-4A golfer between 2005-07...2005 regional champion...four-time all-district between 2004-07...won 20 tournament between high school and summer tour events during his prep career...named to the National Honor Society and graduated cum laude at THS. PERSONAL Born August 9, 1989 in Texarkana, Texas...he is the son of Ronnie and Beth Fischer...undeclared major.

FISCHER CAREER RECORD

Year 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

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Tournaments 9 11 20

Rounds 26 31 57

Strokes 1940 2319 4259

Avg 74.62 73.19 74.71

Low 18 70 67 67

Low 54 218 210 210

Top 10s 1 3 4

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Wes Worster

6-2 ● Jr. ● Tr. Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Pineville H.S. ● Lon Morris College

NOTES Came to UTA from Lon Morris College 2008 NJCAA First Team All-American

PRIOR TO UT ARLINGTON Prior to UTA: Spent two years at Lon Morris JC in Jacksonville, Texas…helped lead team to regional and state championships in 2008-09…medalist at 2009 regionals…2008 NJCAA first team AllAmerican…finished 5th at the national tournament in 2008 where he shot a 66 in the final round…attended Pinetown Boys High School in Durban where he represented his state at the under-23 and senior levels.

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PERSONAL Son of Fred Worster and Trish Mason.

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Jamey Taylor

Low Round: 72, Saint Mary’s Invitational

5-11 ● So. ● 1L Friendswood, Texas Friendswood H.S.

Low Tourney Score: 223, 2009 Waterchase Invitational

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2008-09 Played in 4 tournaments and had a 77.00 stroke average in 11 rounds…best finish coming with a tie for 6th at The Wrangler…also played in the Saint Mary’s Invitational (T65), UTA/Waterchase Invitational (T11th) and Mobile Bay Intercollegiate (T75th)…best round was a 72 at Saint Mary’s. 2007-08 Redshirted. PRIOR TO UT ARLINGTON Earned Class 4A all-state honors after a 3rd-place tie at the 2007 UIL State Tournament at the Roy Kizer Municipal Golf Course...four-time all-District 18-4A and region qualifier at Friendswood High School...captained the FHS team for three seasons and was named the team’s player of the year in 2005-07...finished second at the District 18-4A Tournament (73-70=143) to advance to the Region I Tournament... named first team all-Houston Golf Association in 2004-06...a 2006 HGA Junior Classic champion, 2006 Greater Houston City Championship runner up and fifth place at the 2006 Texas Legends Junior Texas State Championship. PERSONAL Born April 20, 1989 in Austin, Texas... is the son of Jim and Ginger Taylor... engineering/science major.

TAYLOR CAREER RECORD

Year Tournaments Rounds 2007-08 2008-09 4 11 TOTALS 4 11

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Strokes Redshirted 847 847

Avg

Low 18

Low 54

Top 10s

77.00 77.00

72 72

223 223

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Cameron Hollek 6-2 ● Fr./RS Richmond, Texas Stephen F. Austin H.S.

NOTES Redshirted in 2008-09 Won 2009 Collegiate Player Tour’s Greystone Open

SUMMER 2009 Won the Collegiate Player Tours/Greystone Open…finished 5th at the West Texas Amateur. 2008-09 Redshirted.

PERSONAL Son of Russell and Michele Hollek…has one sister Hanna…

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PRIOR TO UT ARLINGTON Earned four letters in golf at Fort Bend Austin…his team’s Player of the Year as a junior and a senior…helped lead team to a district title in 2007.

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Hunter Brown

2009-10 Mavericks Men’s Golf

5-10 ● Fr. Richardson, Texas J.J. Pearce H.S.

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NOTES Came to UTA from Lon Morris College 2008 NJCAA First Team All-American

PRIOR TO UT ARLINGTON Played at J.J. Pearce High School in Richardson, Texas… during the summer of 2009 won the Big I qualifier, 3rd at the Byron Nelson junior and 5th at the TJGT Tour Championship…3rd at the state 4A golf tournament in 2009 helping lead his team to a state championship…finished 5th at the Class 4A Regionals in 2009 and helped team to a 2nd place finish…an all-region selection following that event… led team to District 10-4A title with a top 10 finish…in 2008 finished 4th at the AJGA Valero Texas Open…won the 2007 and 2008 Tour Championship of the Texas Legends Junior Tour…named that tour’s Player of the Year in 2007. PERSONAL Born May 20, 1988...son of Regina Davis and Charlee Osagusa... a biology (pre-med) major.

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2009-10 Mavericks Men’s Golf Zack Fischer (right) was a co-medalist at the Southland Conference Tournament in 2009. He is shown here receiving that award from Southland associate commissioner Jack Key.

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2008-09 RESULTS

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TOURNAMENT RESULTS Date Tournament Sept. 29-30 Saint Mary’s Invitational Oct. 13-14 Louisiana Tech/Squire Classic Oct. 27-28 UTA/Waterchase Invitational Nov. 10-12 Turtle Bay Invitational Feb. 16-17 UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational Feb. 23-24 Rio Pinar Invitational March 13-14 Border Olympics March 22-24 Mobile Bay Intercollegiate March 30-31 Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic April 13-14 UMB Bank/Tiger Intercollegiate April 27-29 SLC Championship May 14-16 NCAA Regionals

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2008-09 OVERALL STROKE AVERAGES Player Rounds Bobby Massa 33 Zack Fischer 31 Michael Van DeVenter 32 Bryce Easton 30 Kevin Carrigan 29 Jamey Taylor 11 Donald Dowie 12 Michael Mullin 7 Kevin Varrichio 12 Apo Tsolakis 7 Trey Herring 3 Team 27

Course Site Finish Score Poppy Hills GC Pebble Beach, Calif. 6th/16 868 (+16) Squire Creek GC Choudrant, La. 13th/16 879 (+15) Waterchase GC Fort Worth, Tex. 1st/16 864 (E) Turtle Bay Resort GC Kahuku, Hi. 3rd/19 850 (-14) Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Tex. 2nd/14 844 (-8) Rio Pinar CC Orlando, Fla. 2nd/21 865 (+1) Laredo CC Laredo, Tex. 4th/16 888 (+24) Magnolia Grove CC Mobile, Ala. 6th/16 910 (+43) Wichita CC Wichita, Kan. Tournament Canceled The Club at Old Hawthorne Columbia, Mo. T2nd/14 876 (+12) Comanche Trace GC Kerrville, Tex. 2nd/10 869 (+5) Univ. of Texas Golf Club Austin, Tex. 8th/13 893 (+41)

Strokes 2390 2319 2358 2223 2160 847 903 531 915 552 232 7844

vs. Par +23 +41 +62 +72 +78 +58 +46 +31 +40 +52 +16 +92

Low High 62 82 67 80 67 80 69 82 67 80 72 83 69 79 73 79 71 84 71 89 76 79 271 305(2)

Avg. Avg. vs. Par 72.42 +0.70 73.19 +1.48 73.69 +1.94 74.10 +2.40 74.48 +2.69 77.00 +3.83 75.25 +3.83 75.86 +4.43 76.25 +4.58 78.86 +7.43 77.33 +5.33 290.33 +3.41

Individual 8. Bryce Easton, 213 (E) T24. Bobby Massa, 218 (+2) 1. M. Van deVenter, 205 (-11) 2. Bobby Massa, 206 (-10) T3. Zack Fischer, 210 (-3) 2. Bobby Massa, 206 (-10) 1. Bobby Massa, 211 (-5) T17. Bobby Massa, 227 (+11) T9. Van deVenter/Fischer, 219 (+3) T1. Zack Fischer, 212 (-4) T18. Carrigan/Fischer, 222 (+9)

Top Finish 1st, Border Olympics T1st, Southland Conference Championship 1st, UTA Waterchase Invitiational 8th, Saint Mary’s Invitational 2nd, Ft. Worth JV Fall Invite T11, UTA Waterchase Invitiational T5th, Ft. Worth Fall Invite T5th, Ft. Worth JV Fall Invite 4th, SMU Fall JV T8th, SMU Fall JV T39th, UTA Waterchase Invitiational 1st, UTA Waterchase Invitiational

UTA vs. THE NATION 121-38-1 Air Force................................................1-0 Akron.....................................................3-0 Arkansas................................................0-1 Arkansas-Little Rock..............................1-1 Arkansas State......................................0-1 Augusta State........................................1-0 Baylor....................................................2-1 California...............................................1-0 Cal Poly ................................................1-0 Cal State Northridge..............................0-1 UC Irvine................................................1-1 UC Riverside.........................................1-0 UC Santa Barbara.................................0-1 Centenary..............................................1-0 Central Arkansas...................................2-0 Central Florida.......................................0-1 College of Charleston............................1-0 Connecticut............................................1-0 Creighton...............................................1-0 DePaul...................................................1-0 Drake.....................................................1-0 East Carolina.........................................1-0 Eastern Illinois.......................................1-0 Florida....................................................0-1 Gonzaga................................................1-0 Hartford..................................................1-0 Hawai’I...................................................1-0

Houston.................................................1-0 Houston Baptist.....................................2-0 Illinois State...........................................1-1 Iowa State..............................................2-0 IUPUI.....................................................1-0 Jackson State........................................1-0 Kansas State.........................................0-1 Kentucky................................................1-0 Lamar....................................................0-3 Liberty....................................................1-0 Long Beach State..................................2-0 Louisiana-Lafayette...............................0-1 Louisiana-Monroe..................................3-0 Louisiana State......................................0-1 Louisiana Tech.......................................1-1 Louisville................................................2-1 Loyola Marymount.................................1-0 Middle Tennessee..................................0-1 Nebraska...............................................2-0 Nevada..................................................0-1 Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV)...................1-1 New Mexico State..................................1-0 New Orleans.......................................0-1-1 Nicholls State.........................................1-0 UNC Greensboro...................................1-0 North Dakota State................................1-0 Northern Illinois......................................1-0

Notre Dame...........................................2-0 McNeese State......................................2-0 Memphis................................................2-0 Mercer...................................................1-0 Miami (Ohio)..........................................1-0 Michigan................................................0-1 Mississippi.............................................1-1 Mississippi State....................................2-1 Missouri.................................................1-0 Missouri-Kansas City.............................1-0 Missouri State........................................2-0 New Mexico State..................................3-0 New Orleans..........................................1-0 Nicholls State.........................................1-0 North Texas...........................................1-0 Northern Iowa........................................1-0 Northwood.............................................1-0 Ohio State..............................................2-0 Oklahoma..............................................1-0 Oklahoma Christian...............................1-0 Oklahoma City.......................................1-0 Oral Roberts..........................................1-0 Oregon State.........................................1-0 Pepperdine............................................1-0 Point Loma Nazerene............................1-0 Rice.......................................................1-0 Richmond..............................................1-0

San Diego State....................................0-1 Saint Mary’s...........................................2-0 Sam Houston State...............................2-0 San Francisco........................................0-1 Santa Clara............................................2-0 South Alabama......................................2-1 South Florida.........................................2-0 Southeastern Louisiana.........................1-1 Southern Illinois.....................................1-0 Southern Methodist...............................1-0 Southern Mississippi..............................1-2 Stanford.................................................0-1 Stephen F. Austin...................................2-0 Texas.....................................................0-2 Texas Tech.............................................0-2 Texas-San Antonio.................................3-0 Texas State............................................4-0 Troy.......................................................1-0 Vanderbilt...............................................2-0 VCU.......................................................1-0 Virgina Tech...........................................1-0 Washington State..................................1-0 Wichita State.........................................2-0 Wisconsin..............................................0-1 Wyoming................................................1-0 Xavier....................................................1-1

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2008-09 TOURNAMENT RESULTS Saint Mary’s Invitational Poppy Hills GC - Pebble Beach, Calif. - Par 71, 6,639 Yards UTA Bryce Easton Zack Fischer Michael Van DeVenter Bobby Massa Jamey Taylor

292 73 77 69 73 79

287 69 69 74 75 76

289 71 71 75 76 72

868 213 217 218 224 227

Border Olympics Laredo CC - Laredo, Tx. - Par 72, 7,241 Yards +16 E +4 +5 +11 +14

6/16 8 T18 T23 T54 T65

Louisiana Tech/Squire Creek Classic Squire Creek GC - Choudrant, La. - Par 72, 7,105 Yards UTA Bobby Massa Bryce Easton Michael Van DeVenter Zack Fischer Kevin Varrichio

296 74 71 77 74 79

293 73 78 73 72 75

290 71 72 72 79 75

879 218 221 222 225 229

280 67 70 74 71 72 73 76 76 74 76

289 67 68 73 75 79 79 79 80 84 89

864 205 208 223 223 230 230 232 234 234 245

+15 +2 +5 +6 +9 +13

13/16 T24 T39 T47 T62 77

E -11 -8 +7 +7 +14 +14 +16 +18 +18 +29

1/16 1 2 T11 T11 T27 T27 T39 T49 T49 T73

Turtle Bay Resort Invitational Turtle Bay Resort GC - Kahuku, Hi. - Par 72, 6,535 Yards UTA Bobby Massa Zack Fischer Kevin Carrigan Bryce Easton Michael Van DeVenter

280 70 69 72 69 75

299 74 75 75 75 77

271 62 69 67 73 77

850 206 213 214 217 229

-14 -10 -3 -2 +1 +13

3/19 2 T18 T25 T36 T93

Oak Hills Invitational Oak Hills CC - San Antonio, Tx. - Par 71, 6,991 Yards UTA Zack Fischer Michael Van DeVenter Bryce Easton Bobby Massa Kevin Carrigan Donald Dowie (Ind.)

281 71 67 69 81 74 77

280 70 72 73 65 75 69

283 69 75 74 71 69 76

844 210 214 216 217 218 222

302 73 78 78 75 76

300 72 75 77 76 82

888 211 223 230 230 233

+24 -5 +7 +14 +14 +17

4/16 1 T20 T51 T51 T60

-8 -3 +1 +3 +4 +5 +9

2/14 T3 T11 T17 T19 T24 T34

+1 -10 +3 +8 +11 ---

2/21 2 T22 T53 T72 ---

UTA Bobby Massa Michael Van DeVenter Kevin Carrigan Bryce Easton Zack Fischer Jamey Taylor

304 77 74 79 82 74 82

305 73 79 78 75 DQ 79

301 77 77 73 76 75 83

910 227 230 230 233 --- 244

+46 +11 +14 +14 +17 --- +28

6/16 T17 T31 T31 T41 --T75

UMB Bank-Mizzou Intercollegiate The Club at Old Hawthorne - Columbia, Mo. - Par 72, 7,221 Yards UTA Michael Van deVenter Zack Fischer Kevin Carrigan Bobby Massa Bryce Easton

275 68 72 68 67 76

305 77 74 79 82 75

296 74 73 74 75 75

876 219 219 221 224 226

+12 +3 +3 +5 +8 +10

T2/14 T9 T9 T12 T17 T28

Southland Conference Championship The Club at Comanche Trace - Kerrville, Tex. - Par 72, 7,216 Yards UTA Zack Fischer Bobby Massa Bryce Easton Kevin Carrigan Michael Van deVenter

284 67 70 74 73 75

288 68 75 72 75 73

297 77 73 74 73 77

869 212 218 220 221 225

+5 -4 +2 +4 +5 +9

2/10 T1 T8 T11 T14 T25

NCAA Regional Championship The University of Texas Golf Club - Austin, Tex. - Par 71, 7,412 Yards UTA Kevin Carrigan Zack Fischer Bryce Easton Bobby Massa Michael Van deVenter

308 77 71 79 81 WD

290 71 77 74 74 71

295 74 74 72 76 75

893 222 222 225 231 ---

+41 +9 +9 +12 +18 ---

8/13 T18 T18 T31 T50 ---

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286 66 70 75 79 75

Mobile Bay Intercollegiate Magnolia Grove Falls GC - Mobile, Ala. - Par 72, 7,239 Yards

UTA Waterchase Invitational Waterchase GC - Arlington, Tx. - Par 72, 7,304 Yards UTA Michael Van DeVenter Bobby Massa Jamey Taylor Zack Fischer Donald Dowie Michael Mullin Trey Herring Kevin Carrigan Kevin Varrichio Apo Tsolakis

UTA Bobby Massa Michael Van DeVenter Kevin Carrigan Zack Fischer Bryce Easton

Rio Pinar Invitational Rio Pinar CC - Orlando, Fla. - Par 72, 6,978 Yards UTA Bobby Massa Bryce Easton Kevin Carrigan Michael Van DeVenter Zack Fischer

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290 70 75 73 72 WD

287 69 74 75 80 69

288 67 70 76 75 80

865 206 219 224 227 ---

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2008-09 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Kevin Carrigan Ft. Worth JV Fall Invite UTA Waterchase Invitational 78 Turtle Bay Resort Invitational 72 Oak Hills Invitational 74 Rio Pinar Invitational 73 Border Olympics 75 Mobile Bay Intercollegiate 79 UMB Bank-Mizzou Intercollegiate 68 SLC Championship 73 NCAA Regionals 77

73 76 75 75 75 78 78 79 75 71

73 80 67 69 76 77 73 74 73 74

146 +2 2 234 +18 T49 214 -2 T25 218 +5 T24 224 +8 T53 230 +14 T51 230 +14 T31 221 +5 T12 221 +5 T14 222 +9 T18

Donald Dowie SMU Fall JV Ft. Worth JV Fall Invite UTA Waterchase Invitational 79 Oak Hills Invitational (Ind.) 77 The Wrangler

72 74 72 69 78

76 75 79 76 76

148 +8 T8 149 +5 T5 230 +14 T27 222 +9 T34 154 +10 T9

Bryce Easton Saint Mary’s Invitational Louisiana Tech/Squire Classic Turtle Bay Resort Invitational Oak Hills Invitational Rio Pinar Invitational Border Olympics Mobile Bay Intercollegiate UMB Bank-Mizzou Intercollegiate SLC Championship NCAA Regionals

69 78 75 73 74 76 75 75 72 74

Zack Fischer Saint Mary’s Invitational 77 69 Louisiana Tech/Squire Classic 74 72 UTA Waterchase Invitational 77 71 Turtle Bay Resort Invitational 69 75 Oak Hills Invitational 71 70 Rio Pinar Invitational WD 69 Border Olympics 79 75 Mobile Bay Intercollegiate 74 DQ UMB Bank-Mizzou Intercollegiate 72 74 SLC Championship 67 68 NCAA Regionals 71 77 Trey Herring UTA Waterchase Invitational

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73 71 69 69 75 75 82 76 74 79

77

76

71 72 73 74 70 82 76 75 74 72

71 79 75 69 69 80 76 75 73 77 74

79

213 221 217 216 219 233 233 226 220 225

E +5 +1 +3 +3 +17 +17 +10 +4 +12

8 T39 T36 T17 T22 T60 T41 T28 T11 T31

217 +4 T18 225 +9 T62 223 +7 T11 213 -3 T18 210 -3 T3 --- --- --230 +14 T51 --- --- --219 +3 T9 212 -4 T1 222 +9 T18

232 +16 T39

Bobby Massa Saint Mary’s Invitational Louisiana Tech/Squire Classic UTA Waterchase Invitational Turtle Bay Resort Invitational Oak Hills Invitational Rio Pinar Invitational Border Olympics Mobile Bay Intercollegiate UMB Bank-Mizzou Intercollegiate SLC Championship NCAA Regionals

73 74 70 70 81 70 66 77 67 70 81

75 73 70 74 65 69 73 73 82 75 74

76 71 68 62 71 67 72 77 75 73 76

224 218 208 206 217 206 211 227 224 218 231

+11 +2 -8 -10 +4 -10 -5 +11 +8 +2 +18

Michael Mullin SMU Fall JV Ft. Worth JV Fall Invite UTA Waterchase Invitational 78

79 75 73

73 74 79

152 +12 T10 149 +5 T5 230 +14 T27

Jamey Taylor Saint Mary’s Invitational 79 UTA Waterchase Invitational 76 The Wrangler Mobile Bay Intercollegiate 82

76 74 79 79

72 73 74 83

227 +14 T65 223 +7 T11 153 +9 T6 244 +28 T75

Apo Tsolakis SMU Fall JV Ft. Worth JV Fall Invite UTA Waterchase Invitational 80

77 80 76

71 79 89

148 +8 T8 159 +15 T16 245 +29 T73

Michael Van DeVenter Saint Mary’s Invitational 69 Louisiana Tech/Squire Classic 77 UTA Waterchase Invitational 71 Turtle Bay Resort Invitational 75 Oak Hills Invitational 67 Rio Pinar Invitational 72 Border Olympics 70 Mobile Bay Intercollegiate 74 UMB Bank-Mizzou Intercollegiate 68 SLC Championship 75 NCAA Regionals WD

74 73 67 77 72 80 78 79 77 73 71

75 72 67 77 75 75 75 77 74 77 75

218 222 205 229 214 227 223 230 219 225 ---

Kevin Varrichio SMU Fall JV Ft. Worth JV Fall Invite Louisiana Tech/Squire Classic 79 UTA Waterchase Invitational 76 The Wrangler

71 75 75 74 76

73 74 75 84 83

144 +4 4 149 +5 T5 229 +13 77 234 +18 T49 159 +15 T21

+5 +6 -11 +13 +1 +11 +7 +14 +3 +9 ---

T54 T24 2 2 T19 2 1 T17 T17 T8 T50

T23 T47 1 T93 T11 T72 T20 T31 T9 T25 ---

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INDIVIDUAL Lowest stroke average 1. 72.42 (33) Bobby Massa 2. 72.685 (35) Adam Babb 3. 72.694 (29) Tyrone Mordt 4. 72.76 (39) Zack Reeves 5. 72.91 (29) Anthony Estorga 6. 73.08 (35) Bobby Massa 7. 73.13 (36) Jeff Murray 8. 73.19 (31) Zack Fischer 9. 73.27 (36) Jordan Krantz 10. 73.31 (35) Harry Singh 11. 73.41 (39) Shad Muth 12. 73.50 (26) Greg Gregory 13. 73.53 (36) Luke Main 14. 73.54 (35) Zack Reeves 15. 73.64 (36) Luke Main 73.64 (36) Shad Muth 17. 73.69 (32) Michael Van deVenter 18. 73.74 (38) Michael Van deVenter 19. 73.79 (29) Corby King 20. 73.80 (30) Tyrone Mordt Stroke Average By Class Fr. Luke Main So. Zack Reeves Jr. Bobby Massa Sr. Adam Babb Lowest Individual Round 1. 62 Bobby Massa 2. 63 Shad Muth 3. 64 Bobby Massa 4. 65 Bobby Massa 65 Zack Reeves 65 Zack Reeves 65 Jordan Krantz 65 Corby King 8. 66 Bobby Massa 66 Bobby Massa 66 Tyrone Mordt 66 Landon Allen 66 Jordan Krantz 66 Luke Main 66 Gary Wolff 15. 67 14 times

2000-01 2005-06 2008-09 1999-00

2008-09 1999-00 2002-03 2005-06 2002-03 2007-08 2004-05 2008-09 2004-05 1997-98 2000-01 1992-93 2000-01 2007-08 2001-02 2001-02 2008-09 2007-09 1999-00 2003-04

Low NCAA Regional score 1. 211 Harry Singh 2. 216 Marc Campbell 3. 220 Corby King 4. 222 Shad Muth 222 Zack Fischer 222 Kevin Carrigan 7. 223 Tyrone Mordt

2008-09 2000-01 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 2007-08 2003-04 1999-00 2008-09 2007-08 2005-06 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 1969-70

Low 36-hole tournament score 137 Greg Gregory, Sammons Park Invitational, 1992 Low 54-hole tournament score 1. 201 Zack Reeves Turtle Bay Invitational 2. 203 Bobby Massa Turtle Bay Invitational 3. 205 Bobby Massa Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate 205 M. Van deVenter UTA/Waterchase Invitational 5. 206 Kevin Carrigan Diet Pepsi/Shocker Classic 206 Shad Muth Cleveland Golf Classic 206 Bobby Massa Turtle Bay Invitational 206 Bobby Massa Rio Pinar Invitational 9. 207 Tyrone Mordt Northwest Collegiate Classic 207 Luke Main UT San Antonio Invitational 207 Harry Singh Moe O’Brien Memorial 12. 208 Zack Reeves Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate

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Border Olympics SLC Championship UTA/Waterchase Invitational Wolfack Classic The Maxwell Fall Beach Classic Henry Griffits Invitational Northwest Collegiate Classic

Low 72-hole tournament score 1. 278 Arnold Salinas Abilene Intercollegiate 2. 280 Don Copeland Abilene Intercollegiate 3. 283 Harry Singh NCAA Championship 4. 289 Gary Wolff Abilene Intercollegiate 5. 292 Tommy Williams Abilene Intercollegiate

73.53 72.76 72.42 72.69

Turtle Bay Invitational UT San Antonio Invitational Turtle Bay Invitational Oak Hills Invitational Turtle Bay Invitational (2nd rd.) Turtle Bay Invitational (1st rd.) The Maxwell Deep South Intercollegiate Border Olympics Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate Northwest Collegiate Classic Rio Pinar Intercollegiate Mean Green Invitational Stonebridge Invitational Stephen F. Austin Invitational

Zack Reeves Jordan Krantz Bobby Massa Zack Reeves Tyrone Mordt Marc Campbell Shad Muth Luke Main

2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 2001-02 2008-09 2008-09 2006-07 2000-01 1997-98 2006-07

2006-07 2004-05 2008-09 2004-05 2004-05 2002-03 2000-01 1999-00

1962-63 1967-68 1994-95 1967-68 1969-70

1997-98 2004-05 1997-98 2001-02 2008-09 2008-09 2005-06

Low Southland Conference Tournament score 1. 208 Jordan Krantz 2004-05 2. 212 Zack Fischer 2008-09 3. 213 Tyrone Mordt 2004-05 213 Adam Babb 1999-00 4. 214 Anthony Estorga 2002-03 5. 215 Tyrone Mordt 2003-04 6. 216 Gary Wolff 1968-69 7. 217 Jason Hughes 1994-95 8. 218 M. Van deVenter 2006-07 218 Zack Reeves 2005-06 218 Zack Reeves 2004-05 218 Brandon Mullen 2002-03 218 Bobby Bridges 1993-94 218 Bobby Massa 2008-09 Southland Conference Tournament Score By Class Fr. Gary Wolff 1968-69 216 So. Zack Fischer 2008-09 212 Jr. Tyrone Mordt 2004-05 213 Sr. Jordan Krantz 2004-05 208 Rounds under par 16 Zack Reeves, 2005-06 Events played 1. Shad Muth Tyrone Mordt Zack Reeves Ryan Zamorano Michael Van deVenter

2000-01 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2007-08

13 13 13 13 13

Rounds Played 1. Tyrone Mordt Zack Reeves Ryan Zamorano Shad Muth 5. Michael Van deVenter

2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2007-08

39 39 39 39 38

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2004-05 1994-95 1992-93 2005-06 1998-99 1996-97

9 9 9 7 7 7

Top 20 Finishes 1. Greg Gregory 2. Tyrone Mordt Shad Muth Greg Gregory 5. Zack Reeves

1992-93 2004-05 2000-01 1994-95 2005-06

12 11 11 11 10

859 859 859 859 860 861 861 863 863 864 864

Squire Creek Invitational Northwest Collegiate Classic Northwest Collegiate Classic Northwest Collegiate Classic The Maxwell Southland Conference Championship UT Pan American Classic Herb Wimberly Classic Herb Wimberly Classic Kansas Invitational UTA/Waterchase Invitational

2004-05 2004-05 2003-04 2000-01 2003-04 2004-05 1993-94 2004-05 1995-96 1997-98 2008-09

Largest Margin of Victory 1. 40 UTA/Waterchase Invitational 2. 33 Moe O’Brien Memorial (855) 3. 28 Copy Systems Intercollegiate (878) 4. 22 UT Arlington Fall Classic (851) 5. 18 Southland Conference Championship (884) 6. 15 Sammons Park Invitational (572) 7. 13 Southland Conference Championship (861) 8. 8 Sammons Park Invitational (581) 9. 7 Abilene Intercollegiate (1154) 10. 6 Holiday Hills Classic (876)

Miscellaneous Records Wins, Season; 5, 1998-99 Events, Season: 13, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2004-05, 2005-06 Rounds, Season: 39, 2005-06 Low 72-hole Tournament Score: 1154 (+2), Abilene intercollegiate, 1968

TEAM CAREER Low Team Rounds 1. 270 Turtle Bay Inviational 2. 271 Turtle Bay Invitational 3. 272 Turtle Bay Invitational 4. 275 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate 275 UT Arlington Fall Classic 275 Mizzou Intercollegiate 7. 279 UT San Antonio Invitational 8. 280 UT Pan American Classic 280 Moe O’Brien Memorial 280 The Maxwell 280 UTA/Waterchase Invitational 280 Turtle Bay Invitational 280 Oak Hills Invitiational 14. 281 Border Olympics 281 Henry Griffits Invitational 281 Fall Beach Classic 281 Colorado State Invitational 282 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate 282 UT Arlington Fall Classic 282 Southland Conference Championship 282 Henry Griffits Invitational

2007-08 2008-09 2006-07 2006-07 2006-07 2008-09 2000-01 1997-98 1993-94 2003-04 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2006-07 2003-04 2002-03 2000-01 2006-07 2006-07 2004-05 2000-01

Low 54-Hole Tournament Scores 1. 823 Turtle Bay Invitational 2. 835 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate 3. 844 Oak Hills Invitationa 4. 850 Turtle Bay Invitational 5. 851 UT Arlington Fall Classic 6. 854 Cleveland Golf Classic 7. 854 Henry Griffits Invitational 8. 855 Moe O’Brien Memorial 9. 858 Fall Beach Classic 10. 859 Border Olympics

2006-07 2006-07 2008-09 2008-09 2006-07 2001-02 2000-01 1997-98 2002-03 2006-07

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Events played 45 Tyrone Mordt, 2002-06. Rounds played 135 Zack Reeves, 2004-08 134 Tyrone Mordt, 2002-06 Rounds under par 35 Tyrone Mordt, 2002-06 Lowest stroke average (min. 50 rounds) 1. Bobby Massa (2006-present) 2. Shad Muth (2000-02) 3. Luke Main (2000-02) 4. Zack Reeves (2004-08) 5. Tyrone Mordt (2002-06) 6. Adam Babb (1998-00) 7. Michael Van deVenter (2006-present) 8. Ryan Zamorano (2005-07) 9. Corby King (1997-00) 10. Bryce Easton (2006-present) 11. Jeff Murray (2004-06) 12. Greg Gregory (1991-95) 13. Zack Fischer (2008-present) 13. Jordan Krantz (2001-05) 14. Harry Singh (1995-99) 15. Marc Campbell (2003-08) 16. Justin Schultz (2000-02) 17. Brandon Mullen (2000-03) 18. Landon Allen (2002-04) 19. Nathan Main (1994-98) 20. Michael Douthit (03-08)

86 75 72 135 134 63 91 52 85 84 66 110 57 100 122 75 71 87 50 127 55

73.116 73.520 73.583 73.660 73.940 73.968 73.989 74.250 74.329 74.381 74.636 74.700 74.719 74.820 74.844 74.920 74.943 75.114 75.180 75.543 75.040

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Top 10 Finishes 1. Tyrone Mordt Greg Gregory Greg Gregory 4. Zack Reeves Charon Thety Luke Main

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Year Oct. 27-28, 2008 Oct. 1-2, 2007 Sept. 17-18, 2007 April 2-3, 2007 April 26-27, 2005 Oct. 18-19, 2004 Oct. 5, 2004 Feb. 19-20, 2002 April 19-20, 1999 Feb. 22-23, 1999 Oct. 26-27, 1998 Oct. 12-13, 1998 Sept. 14-15, 1998 April 6-7, 1998 March 23-24, 1998 Sept. 22-23, 1997 April 16-18, 1995 Oct. 24-25, 1994 March 17-18, 1993 Sept. 29, 1992 April 6-7, 1992 Sept. 19-20, 1985 April 22-24, 1971 1970 May 1-3, 1968

Tournament UTA/Waterchase Invitational UT Arlington Fall Classic Texas Cup Intercollegiate DIet Pepsi/Schocker Classic SLC Championship Squire Creek Invitational SMU Stonebridge Invitational Beau Chene Classic SLC Championship (co-champs) UT San Antonio Invitational Herb Wimberly Classic Oral Roberts Intercollegiate Ronnie Pfleider Invitational Copy Systems Intercollegiate Moe O’Brien Memorial Oak Craft Fall Classic SLC Championship Texas Pan-American Classic Holiday Hills Classic Sammons Park Invitational Sammons Park Invitational Fort Worth Rec. Tournament Abilene Intercollegiate TCU Invitational Abilene Intercollegiate

AWARD WINNERS Location Score Fort Worth, Texas 295-280-289=864 Fort Worth, Texas 282-275-294=851 Austin, Texas 296-286=582 Wichita, Kan. 287-292-312=891 Kingwood, Texas 289-290-282=861 Ruston, La. 297-290-292=879 McKinney, Texas 286=286 Mandeville, La. 314-310-293=917 Tyler, Texas 293-302-297=892 San Antonio, Texas 300-292=592 Las Cruces, N.M. 285-289=574 Broken Arrow, Okla. 289-290-285=864 Beaumont, Texas 283 Little Rock, Ark. 289-287-302=878 Lake Charles, La. 280-287-288=855 Phoenix, Ariz. 286-296-289=871 West Columbia, Tex. 286-299-297=884 Mission, Texas 280-290-291=861 Mineral Wells, Tex. 287-298-291=876 Belton, Texas 288-293=581 Belton, Texas 284-288=572 Fort Worth, Texas 300-300-292=892 Abilene, Texas N/A Fort Worth, Texas N/A Abilene, Texas 297-277-285-295=1154

ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS Name

Tournament

Date

Score

Zack Fischer SLC Championship April 27-29, 2009 67-68-77=212* Bobby Massa Border Olympics March 13-14, 2009 66-73-72=211 Michael Van deVenter UTA/Waterchase Invitational Oct. 27-28, 2008 71-67-67=205 Kevin Carrigan Diet Pepsi/Shocker Classic March 31-Apri 1, 2007 67-68-71=206 Bobby Massa Diet Pepsi/Shocker Classic April 2-3, 2007 72-72-75=219 Zack Reeves Squire Creek Intercollegiate Oct. 17-18, 2005 67-74-70=211 Jordan Krantz 2005 SLC Championships April 26-27, 2005 69-70-69=208 Tyrone Mordt Fall Beach Classic Nov. 1-2, 2004 70-72-68=210 Jeff Murray Stonebridge Invitational Oct. 5, 2004 =68 Luke Main UT San Antonio Invitational Feb. 26-27, 2001 70-68-69=207 Adam Babb SLC Championship April 17-18, 2000 71-70-72=213 Thomas Pye Colo. State Ram Intercollegiate Sept. 27-28, 1999 68-70=138 Charan Thethy UT San Antonio Invitational Feb. 22-23, 1999 72-70=142 Harry Singh Moe O’Brien Memorial March 23-24, 1998 67-69-71=207 Jason Hughes SLC Championship April 16-18, 1995 70-74-73=217 Greg Gregory Pizza Hut Invitational Feb. 25-26, 1995 71-72=143 Terry Lauristen Oak Craft Classic Oct. 4-5, 1993 71-68-73=212 Greg Gregory Hall Sutton Intercollegiate Nov. 9-10, 1992 71-68-72=211 Greg Gregory Sammons Park Invitational April 6-7, 1992 68-69=137 Gary Wolff Stephen F. Austin Invitational April 9-10, 1970 *66-35-70=171 Don Copeland Abilene Intercollegiate May 1-3, 1968 70-68-69-73=280 Arnold Salinas Abilene Intercollegiate April 25-27, 1962 71-72-67-68=278 * co-medalist, lost tournament in playoff

Southland Conference Coach of the Year Jay Rees.................................................... 2005, 2009 SLC Individual Champions Jason Hughes ..................................................... 1995 Adam Babb . ........................................................ 2000 Jordan Krantz....................................................... 2005 Zack Fischer (co-medalist)................................... 2009 SLC Student-Athlete of the Year Jordan Krantz....................................................... 2003 Jordan Krantz....................................................... 2005 SLC Athlete of the Year Jason Hughes ..................................................... 1995 SLC Newcomer of the Year Shad Muth............................................................ 2001 Anthony Estorga................................................... 2003 Jeff Murray........................................................... 2005 Ryan Zamorano.................................................... 2006 All-Southland Conference First Team Bobby Bridges ..................................................... 1994 Greg Gregory ...................................................... 1993 Greg Gregory....................................................... 1995 Jason Hughes ..................................................... 1995 Josh Palmer ........................................................ 1995 Harry Singh ......................................................... 1996 Nathan Main ........................................................ 1997 Harry Singh.......................................................... 1998 Charan Thethy . ................................................... 1999 Chris Forbes . ...................................................... 1999 Adam Babb . ........................................................ 2000 Shad Muth ........................................................... 2001 Shad Muth............................................................ 2002 Anthony Estorga................................................... 2003 Jordan Krantz....................................................... 2005 Tyrone Mordt........................................................ 2005 Zack Reeves........................................................ 2006 Bobby Massa........................................................ 2008 Bobby Massa........................................................ 2009 All-Southland Conference Second Team Greg Gregory...................................................... 1994 Chris Forbes . ...................................................... 1995 Chris Forbes......................................................... 1996 Corby King . ......................................................... 1998 Harry Singh ......................................................... 1999 Luke Main............................................................. 2002 Zack Reeves........................................................ 2005 Jeff Murray........................................................... 2005 Zack Reeves........................................................ 2008 Zack Fischer......................................................... 2009 All-Southland Conference Third Team Player................................................................... Year Corby King . ......................................................... 2000 Luke Main............................................................ 2001 Tyrone Mordt........................................................ 2004 Zack Reeves........................................................ 2007 Michael Van deVenter................................ 2008, 2009 All-Southland Conference Honorable Mention Bryce Easton........................................................ 2009

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YEAR-BY-YEAR TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1961-62 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, April

Finish 7th/12

Score =1192

UT Arlington Results N/A

Finish 4th/11

Score 292-295-287-296=1170

Finish 9th/? 9th/12 3rd/10

Score =672 312-316-307=935 =928

Finish 9th/? 7th/12 3rd/10

Score =672 303-316-297-304=1220 =915

Finish 5th/? 3rd/? 4th/12 2nd/10

Score =653 =1228 297-303-291=891 =938

Finish 7th/? 6th/13 3rd/5

Score =658 295-294-300-307=1196 321-322-319=962

UT Arlington Results Cochran 81-80=161; Michael 79-85=164; T. Burseen 84-81=165. 13, Vasquez 72-76-75-73=296; 14, Cochran 73-73-73-78=297; T21, Burseen 73-72-78-79=302. Michael 89-84-86=259; Burseen 80-84-82=246; Vasquez, 83-80-75=238.

Finish N/A 1st/14 2nd/5

Score N/A 297-277-285-295=1154 =598

UT Arlington Results N/A 1, Copeland 70-68-69-73=280; T11, Wolff 74-69-72-74=239; T14, Vasquez 75-70-71-75=291. T4, Wolff 74-72=146; 7, Williams 74-75=149; T15, Lathen 77-77=154.

Finish 5th/15 6th/12 7th/14 3rd/5

Score 312-314=326 304-305-299=906 311-304-305-315=1235 303-304-311=918

UT Arlington Results 4, Lathen 74-77=151; 19, Wolff 79-76=155; 21, Burton, 80-78=158. Wolff 73-72-75=220; Williams 78-72-74=224; Burton 77-77-75=229. 12, Wolff 78-75-75-73=301; T35, Bridges 76-78-78-89=311; T41, Burton 78-74-80-81=313. 3, Wolff 73-72-71=216; 14, Tipton, 75-77-82=234; 15, Burton 80-74-81=235.

Finish 7th/? 3rd/? 10th/14 2nd/5

Score 310-306=616 294-151-307-307=752% 307-297-297-290=1230 316-306-308-300=1230

UT Arlington Results 10, Wolff 78-73=151; Vadner 79-76=155; Williams 82-78=160. 1, Wolff 66-35-70=171; Vadner 70-40-75=185; Williams 72-36-78=176. Williams 77-72-71-72=292; Vadner 73-75-75-76=299; Lancaster 81-78-76-70=305. T7, Lancaster 80-78-71-76=305; 10, Wolff 81-77-77-72=307; T11, Williams 76-74-80-79=309.

Finish N/A 4th/10 N/A

Score N/A 292-295-292=879 N/A

UT Arlington Results N/A T7, Lancaster 80-78-71-76=305; 10, Wolff 81-77-77-72=307; T11, Williams 76-74-80-79=309. N/A

Finish 4th/9

Score =883

UT Arlington Results T10, Reed 70-70-77=217

Finish 4th/19 4th/7

Score =614 =1209

UT Arlington Results N/A 6, Vadner 75-72-75-77=299; T7, Lancaster 76-78-77-70=303; T10, Massa 69-76-79-78=302.

Finish 4th/15 N/A

Score =623 N/A

UT Arlington Results 2, Smith 73-75=148. N/A

Finish 11th/13 12th/12 22nd/24 11th/15 5th/6

Score 304=324=628 =951 =945 302-293=595 312-307-299-311=1229

UT Arlington Results Chick 75-75=150; Sandacz 78-74=152; Barker 73-79=152. N/A N/A N/A 3, Sandacz 73-73-73-75=294; T11, Olsen 77-76-75-77=305; 17, Barker 81-79-72-79=311.

Finish T6th/15 18th/19 6th/6

Score =616 =1218 323-323-312-313=1271

UT Arlington Results N/A N/A 18, Bell 81-76-76-77=310; 25, Sandacz 81-76-80-78=315; T26, Merrifield 81-76-79-80=316.

1962-63 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, April 25-27

UT Arlington Results 2, Salinas 71-72-67-68=278; T14, Markham 75-73-73-74=294; T14, Witcher 74-74-72=294.

1963-64 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Southwestern Rec., Rockwood GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, April Southland Conference, N/A

UT Arlington Results N/A T21, Wehman 76-78-71-77=302; T23, Allen 77-75-76=228; T39, Norgart 84-80-75=239. N/A

1964-65 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Southwestern Rec., Rockwood GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, April 22-24 Southland Conference, Course N/A, Jonesboro, Ark., May 14-15

UT Arlington Results Allen 84-82=166; Wehman 83-84=167; Hamilton 83-86=169. T17, Wehman 76-78-71-77=302; T21, T. Burseen 73-74-74-84=303; T28, Hamilton 75-83-73-75=306. Hamilton 75-73-73=221; Wehman 75-78-76=229; Burseen 82-69-80=231.

1965-66 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Southwestern Rec., Rockwood GC, Fort Worth, Texas, March 4-5 Stephen F. Austin Invitational, Course N/A, Nacogdoches, Texas, April 14-16 Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, April 21-23 Southland Conference, Shady Valley GC, Arlington, Texas, May 11-13

UT Arlington Results 2, T. Burseen 77-78=155; Lumsden 79-87=166, Allen 81-86=167. Lumsden 86-77-79-76=318; Allen 81-74-80-72=307; Wehman 76-77-78-74=305. T5, Wehman 74-72-72=220; T5, Lumsden 82-71-67=220; T22, Allen 75-78-72=225. N/A

Tournament, Course, Location, Date Southwestern Rec., Rockwood GC, Fort Worth, Texas, March 3-4 Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, April 19-21 Southland Conference, Course N/A, Beaumont, Texas, May 11-12

1967-68 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Southwestern Rec., Rockwood GC, Fort Worth, Texas, March 1-2 Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, May 1-3 Southland Conference, Course N/A, San Antonio, Texas, May 8-10

1968-69 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Southwestern Rec., Rockwood GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 28-March 1 Stephen F. Austin Invitational, Course N/A, Nacogdoches, Texas, April 17-19 Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, April 24-26 Southland Conference, Olmos Basin GC, San Antonio, Texas, May 8-9

1969-70 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Southwestern Rec., Rockwood GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 27-28 Stephen F. Austin Invitational, Course N/A, Nacogdoches, Texas, April 9-10 Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, April 23-25 Southland Conference, Maxwell GC, Abilene, Texas, May 5-8 % - (45 Holes)

1970-71 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Southwestern Rec., Rockwood GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 26-27 Angelo State Invitational, Course N/A, San Angelo, Texas, April Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, April 22-24

1971-72 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Angelo State Invitational, Course N/A, San Angelo, Texas, April 7-8

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1972-73 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Southwestern Rec., Rockwood GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 23-24 Southland Conference, Course N/A, Location N/A, Date N/A

1973-74 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Southwestern Rec., Rockwood GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 23-24 Morris Williams Intercollegiate, Course N/A, Austin, Texas, March 29-31

1974-75

Results not available

1975-76 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Trinity Invitational, Course N/A, San Antonio, Texas, Date N/A Lamar Invitational, Course N/A, Beaumont, Texas, Feb. 12-14 Morris Williams Intercollegiate, Course N/A, Austin, Texas, March 26-28 Harvey Penick Invitational, Course N/A, Austin, Texas, Date N/A Southland Conference, Huntington Park, Shreveport, La., Date N/A

1976-77 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Pecan Valley Invitational, Pecan Valley GC, San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 8-9 Harvey Penick Invitational, Course N/A, Austin, Texas, Nov. 15-17 Southland Conference, Huntington Park GC, Shreveport, La., Date N/A

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Finish 7th/10 7th/7 5th/6

Score 328-323=651 =933 312-313-315-312=1252

UT Arlington Results N/A T15, Ratliff 77-72-73=222; 30, Gray 76-81-76=233; 31, Bell 76-78-80=234. T9, Ratliff 73-74-83-77=307; T11, Fergerson 73-81-77-77=308; 20, Jones 79-80-78-78=315.

Finish 4th/6 13th/13 5th/6 8th/11 11th/11 6th/6 7th/21 5th/6 5th/11 5th/6 5th/6

Score 327-326=658 =931 =338 311-303=614 =945 =1163 =597 =327 =612 =298 320-315-327=962

UT Arlington Results N/A 18, Garvin =223. T20, Richardson =82. 19, Jones=150. T26, Palmer =230. T13, Palmer =226. 8, Johnson =143. T14, Palmer =78; T14, Johnson =78. T15, Palmer =153. T7, Farris =71. 17, Johnson 78-75-83=236; 21, Fergerson 80-81-78=239; 25, Garvin 80-80-84=244.

Finish 13th/18 N/A N/A N/A N/A 16th/16 1st/5 12th/13 7th/9 10th/14 4th/6 4th/6 7th/11 5th/6 4th/6

Score 330-314=644 N/A N/A N/A N/A 333-315-320=968 =316 304-329=663 314-311-308=933 308-302-318=928 =313 =323 303-320=623 303-320-312=935 =323

UT Arlington Results Chick 81-75=156; Salter 81-78=159; McGee 81-79=160. Hodgson 71; Chick 74; Salter 76. McGee 225; Salter 227; McMann 228. McMann 73; Salter 74; Chick 78. Ponder 76; Salter 76; Chick 78. McGee 83-75-81=239; 60, Salter 84-79-77=240; Hodgson 83-79-81=243. 2, McGee 77; Hodgson 78; Rushing 80. McMann 74-83=157; McGee 78-80=158; Chick 76-83=159. Hodgson 78-79-72=229; Chick 78-75-78=231; McMann 77-79-80=236. Chick 75-74-81=230; Hodgson 74-74-83=231; McGee 78-79-75=232. 3, Chick 73; Groom 76; McGee 79. Chick 78; Groom 78; Salter 83. Chick 74-79=153; Groom 75-79=154; McMann 79-79=158. 11, McGee 74-78-76=228; 15, Chick 77-79-78=234; T17, Salter 75-85-76=236. McMann 76; Chick 79; McGee 82.

Finish N/A N/A N/A 3rd/3 11th/12 5th/8 5th/8 8th/11 8th/12 4th/6

Score 330-330=660 =307 301-309-302=912 =317 320-314=634 313-316=629 306-302=608 315-316-303=934 313-302-310=925 317-319-321=957

UT Arlington Results Salter 79-80=159; McMann 88-78=166; Groom 82-87=169. McGee 70; Cook 79; Slade 80. McGee 73-79-73=225; Salter 77-77-73=227; McMann 75-77-76=228. Salter 75; McMann 76; McGee 83. McMann 79-77=156; Salter 81-76=157; McGee 82-79=161. Berry 74-78=152; Vokes 78-78=156; Salter 79-80=159. McMann 75-72=147; Berry 76-77=153; Vokes 76-77=153. Salter 77-77-72=226; Vokes 80-77-76=233; McMann 76-82-79=237. Salter 73-76-78=227; Vokes 76-76-75=227; McMann 83-74-78=235. 7, Salter 79-74-78=231; T18, McMann 82-83-77=242; T18, McGee 77-82-83=242.

Finish 4th/6 13th/18 21st/21 9th/11 10th/16 8th/12 3rd/9 T-3rd/6

Score 324-299-314=937 317-325=642 327-307-315=949 333-328=661 327-333=660 299-305-307=911 314-291-297=902 310-299-300=909

UT Arlington Results Gray 81-72-79=232; Vokes 80-74-79=233; B. Groom 80-80-77=237. McGee 75-83=158; McMann 80-79=159; Vokes 81-81=162. Vokes 79-78-77=234; McGee 82-76-78=236; B. Groom 83-74-80=237. Vokes 81-77=158; Eaton 83-81=164; Wilson 85-86=171. Eaton 78-81=159; B. Groom 81-82=163; Vokes 82-87=169. Eaton 74-74-79=227; Vokes 76-74-78=228; Wilson 73-77-78=228. Eaton 77-72-74=223; Wilson 79-73-73=225; B. Groom 78-75-75=228. 6, Vokes 76-72-76=224; T7, Eaton 80-71-74=225; T16, Wilson 76-76-79=231.

Score 286-291-298=875 332-332=664 310-335=645 323-319=642 302-304-305=911 310-322=632 309-312-313=934 306-307-301=914 309-306-309=924

UT Arlington Results T4 Daniel 69-68-74=211; Eaton =214. Eaton 83-79=162; Daniel 81-83=164; Murphy 80-85=165. Murphy 77-83=160; Vokes 80-80=160; Daniel 77-85=162. Maldonado 79-79=158; McMann 79-81=160; King 84-77=161. Daniel 70-75-73=218; Liljenberg 75-72-77=224; McMann 80-80-74=234. Liljenberg 80-73-153; Maldonado 72-82=154; Daniel 79-84=163. Vokes 75-73-81=229; Daniel 77-79-77=233; King 79-79-79=237. T9, Maldonado 76-73-78=227; T13, Daniel 80-76-74=230; T15, King 79-78-74=231. T8, Daniel 75-75-74=224; 14, Liljenberg 76-73-79=228; T15, Vokes 79-78-75=232.

Finish 5th/6 17th/18 6th/9 6th/9 5th/10 11th/12 11th/18 4th/16 7th/7

Score 313-305-308=926 313-330=643 318-329=647 303-308=611 299-297=596 308-309-311=928 319-311-317=947 298-292-302=894 330-319-317=966

UT Arlington Results Schwartz 79-76-74=229; King 76-78-75=229; Szaniszlo 78-76-80=234. Christensen 74-83=157; Petty 79-83=162; King 81-82=163. T3, Vokes 76-78=154; 9, King 79-78=157; T33, Riley 82-87=169. 12, Petty 75-72=147; 15, Tracy 76-78=154; T26, Vokes 80-76=156. Riley 75-71=146; Eaton 75-76=151; King 75-76=151. Vokes 78-76-75=229; Eaton 79-76-75=230; Riley 75-79-79=233. Eaton 76-75-83-234; Riley 81-80-77=238; Vokes 82-78-79=239. Schwartz 78-71-74=223; Eaton 72-76-77=225; Riley 72-78-79=229. T27, Eaton 82-86-75=243; T27, Schwartz 83-80-80=243; T27, Riley 82-79-82=243.

Finish 10th/13 16th/18 9th/12 5th/6 T-7th/13 10th/12

Score 311-309-304=924 316-322=638 309-322=631 314-337=651 317-305=622 309-311-312=934

UT Arlington Results Maldonado 76-78-74=228; Hunsche 79-74-76=229; Weaver 77-81-75=233. Hunsche 76-78=154; Christensen 85-76=161; Weaver 82-81=163. Riley 78-80=158; Weaver 84-86=170; Maldonado 71-78=149. T6, Maldonado 78-80=158; 14, Weaver 77-85=163; T20, Liljenberg 79-87=166. Maldonado 79-73=152; Riley 75-77=152; Hunsche 80-78=158. Maldonado 77-76-78=231; Riley 79-77-78=234; Schwartz 77-79-80=236.

1978-79 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Horned Frog Invitational, Squaw Valley GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 21-22 Border Olympics, Casa Blanca GC, Laredo, Texas, March 2-3 Metroplex Tournament #1, Los Rios CC, Dallas, Texas, March 5 Southwestern Rec., Rockwood GC, Fort Worth, Texas, March 9-10 North Texas Invitational, Denton CC, Denton, Texas, March 13-15 Longhorn Invitational, Lago Vista GC, Lago Vista, Texas, March 28-29 Louisiana-Monroe Invitational, Chennault GC, Monroe, La., April 7-8 Metroplex Tournament #2, Diamond Oaks CC, Fort Worth, Texas, April 10 Louisiana Tech Invitational, Pine Hills GC, Ruston, La., April 12-13 Metroplex Tournament #3, North Texas GC, Denton, Texas, April 16 Southland Conference, Lake Charles CC, Lake Charles, La., April 25-27

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1979-80 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Angelo’s Collegiate Classic, Bear Creek GC, Houston, Texas, Oct. 4-5 Metroplex Tournament #1, Course N/A, Location N/A, Date N/A Harvey Penick Invitational, Course N/A, Austin, Texas, Date N/A Metroplex Tournament #2, Course N/A, Location N/A, Date N/A Metroplex Tournament #3, Course N/A, Location N/A, Date N/A Lamar Invitational, Pinewood CC, Beaumont, Texas, Feb. 18-19 Tarrant County College Invitational, Lake Country GC, Fort Worth, Texas, March 4 Southwestern Rec., Rockwood GC, Fort Worth, Texas, March 7-8 Longhorn Invitational, Lago Vista GC, Lago Vista, Texas, March 10-11 North Texas Spring Classic, Denton CC, Denton, Texas, March 18-20 Metroplex Tournament #4, Trophy Club CC, Trophy Club, Texas, April 7 Metroplex Tournament #5, Shady Valley GC, Arlington, Texas, April 8 Louisiana-Monroe Invitational, Chenault GC, Monroe, La., April 11-12 Southland Conference, Pine Hills GC, Calhoun, La., April 21-23 Metroplex Tournament #6; Las Colinas CC, Irving, Texas, April 25

1980-81 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Angelo’s Collegiate Classic, Course N/A, Houston, Texas, Oct. 2-3 Baylor Invitational, Course N/A, Waco, Texas, Nov. 3 Harvey Penick Invitational, Course N/A, Austin, Texas, Nov. 10-12 SFA-TWU-UTA Tri-Match, Diamond Oaks CC, Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 13 Houston Baptist Invitational, Pecan Grove CC, Richmond, Texas, Feb. 23-25 Sam Houston State Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, March 5-6 Southwestern Rec., Rockwood GC, Fort Worth, Texas, March 13-14 North Texas Invitational, Denton CC, Denton, Texas, March 18-20 Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, April 6-7 Southland Conference, Great Southwest GC, Grand Prairie, Texas, April 28-30

1981-82 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Southwestern Rec., Pecan Valley GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 18-19 Angelo’s Collegiate Classic, Bear Creek GC, Houston, Texas, Oct. 29-30 Harvey Penick Invitational, Course N/A, Austin, Texas, Nov. 9-11 Sam Houston State Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, March 8-9 Stephen F. Austin Invitational, Fairway Farm GC, San Augustine, Texas, March 13-14 North Texas Spring Classic, Denton CC, Denton, Texas, March 16-18 Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, April 12-13 Southland Conference, Jonesboro CC, Jonesboro, Ark., April 26-28

1982-83 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Finish Southwestern Rec., Pecan Valley GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 17-18 3rd/8 Waterwood Invitational, Waterwood GC, Huntsville, Texas, Date N/A 8th/10 Angelo’s Collegiate Classic, Bear Creek GC, Houston, Texas, Date N/A 12th/14 Elkins Lake Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Date N/A T-6th/8 Harvey Penick Invitational, Morris Williams GC, Austin, Texas, Date N/A T-19th/21 Waterwood Spring Invitational, Waterwood National CC, Huntsville, Texas, March 21-22 6th/13 Oklahoma Intercollegiate, Lawton CC, Lawton, Okla., March 28-29 10th/16 Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, April 11-12 6th/12 Southland Conference, Pinewood CC, Beaumont, Texas, April 27-29 5th/7

1983-84 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Fort Worth Parks and Rec., Pecan Valley GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 16-17 Angelo’s Collegiate Classic, Bear Creek GC, Houston, Texas, Sept. 29-30 Pecan Plantation Invitational, Pecan Plantation GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 13-14 James McIver Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Nov. 3-4 Elkins Lake Classic, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, March 1-2 North Texas Spring Classic, Denton CC, Denton, Texas, March 12-14 Oklahoma Intercollegiate, Lawton CC, Lawton, Okla., March 26-27 Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, April 9-10 Southland Conference, Pine Hills CC, Calhoun, La., April 27-28

1984-85 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Central Bank College-Am., Chenault Park GC, Monroe, La., Sept. 28-30 Angelo’s Collegiate Classic, Bear Creek GC, Houston, Texas, Oct. 4-5 James McIver Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Oct. 18-19 Pecan Plantation Invitational, Pecan Plantation GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 26-27 Lon Plummer Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Feb. 28-March 1 Oklahoma Intercollegiate, Lawton CC, Lawton, Okla.

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7th/13 9th/16 7th/7

298-304=602 308-309-288=905 303-305318=926

Maldonado 73-74=147; T11, Szaniszlo 70-78=148; T18, Weaver 77-72=149. Schwartz 77-74-70=221; Szaniszlo 76-79-69=224; Riley 74-78-73=225. T12, Riley 73-72-74=219; T37, Schwartz 72-85-79=236; T37, Szaniszlo 80-77-79=236.

Finish 1st/10 9th/14 3rd/13 3rd/18 4th/10 T-19th/20 3rd/10 11th/12 6th/? 8th/? 3rd/10 5th/7

Score 300-300-292=892 308-304-294=906 288-293=581 302-294=596 311-307=618 348-340=688 288-292-294=874 326-316-322=964 =632 =632 288-292-294=874 306-306-297=909

UT Arlington Results 2, Eaton 73-74-69=216, 5, Riley 73-76-76=225, T6, Szaniszlo 78-77-72=227. Szaniszlo 76-73-74=223; Riley 77-78-72=227; Eaton 78-78-72=228. Eaton 72-68=140; Riley 72-70=142; Atchinson 71-78=149. T14, Szaniszlo 75-74=149; T22, Liljenberg 77-74=151; T22, Eaton 76-75=161. Eaton 75-75=150; Riley 79-73=152; Liljenberg 76-81=157. Riley 171, Easton 171, Szanszlo 173. T4, Riley 70-74-71=215; T8, Weaver 70-71-78=218. Eaton 235, Riley 240, Szaniszlo 243. Weaver 151; Eaton 153; Green 153. N/A Weaver 70-71-77=218; Riley 70-74-71=215. T12, Riley 71-79-76=226; T12, Szaniszlo 77-75-74=226; T16, Atchison 77-76-74=227.

Finish 3rd/9 3rd/7 10th/11 9th/11 3rd/7 9th/13 11th/14 15th/15 6th/7 2nd/9

Score 300-305=605 312-315-317=944 321-305=626 328-329=657 313-315=628 318-310-294=922 320-319=639 320-326=646 324-315=639 325-321=646

UT Arlington Results Munson 149; Bailey 150; Green 151. Bailey 232; Green 237; Craddock 241. Green 152; Bailey 152; Atchinson 160. Bailey 79-81=160; Green 78-83=161; Atchison 88-80=168. Craddock 154; Bailey 156; Green 157. 4, Bailey 75-71-73=219; T26, Green 74-81-74=229; T36, Hatch 86-77-71=234. Bailey 77-80=157; Craddock 82-79=161; Green 87-76=163. T18, Bailey 75-78=153; T54, Craddock 82-79=161; T67, Hatch 82-83=165. T14, Bailey 74-82=156; T17, Craddock 82-75=157; 29, Green 83-79=162. Bailey 80-74=154; Green 80-79=159; Craddock 81-85=166.

Finish 9th/12 2nd/6 16th/20 13th/19 T-3rd/10 9th/12 23rd/24 7th/8 7th/8

Score 309-306-306=921 300-312-302=914 341-318=659 309-315=624 316-309-310=935 320-319=639 322-316=638 311-324-333=968 310-312-324=946

UT Arlington Results Bailey 76-78-72=226; Hatch 76-76-75=227; Craddock 83-72-79=234. T3, Bailey 73-75-73=221; T11, Hatch 76-75-83=234; T13, Craddock 79-81-75=235. T25, Atchison 84-72=156; T51, Bailey 84-78=162; T76, Ehler 86-82=168. T33, Craddock 76-77=154; T40, Atchison 77-77=154; T62, Bailey 77-81=158. 2, Bailey 78-74-72=224; Atchison 79-73-78=230; Craddock 79-81-79=239. T22, Bailey 75-78=153; T32, Atchison 80-78=158; 42, Harper 83-80=163. T28, Bailey 76-77=153; T66, Atchison 82-76=158; T86, Harper 81-81=162. T11, Bailey 76-76-78=230; T15, Atchison 73-79-80=232; 39, Craddock 78-81-88=247. Hatch 75-76-78=231; T29, Atchison 80-75-83=238; T29, Bailey 78-80-80=238.

Finish 3rd/4 13th/15 8th/12 15th/18 12th/13 5th/8 13th/16 26th/29 13th/18 5th/9 11th/12 7th/8

Score 302-315-297=914 313-302-303=918 322-309=631 314-321-326=961 347-331=678 308-306=614 311-322=633 =320 314-315-316=945 296-300-296=892 320-312=632 325-312-320=957

UT Arlington Results T3, Craddock 71-80-73=224; T6, Willenborg 76-79-73=228; 11, Hatch 77-80-74=231. T25, Hatch 81-71-71=223; T32, Curlee 75-79-74=228; T32, Craddock 76-76-76=228. Willenborg 76-74=150; Craddock 80-78=158; Curlee 79-83=162. T46, Craddock 76-77-80=233; T61, Curlee 76-83-80=239; T69, Willenborg 81-77-85=243. T44, Craddock 86-81=167; T49, Willenborg 89-82=171; T55, Curlee 85-87=172. T7, Curlee 75-74=149; Craddock 76-77=153; Richardson 74-83=157. Boisture 76-78=154; Craddock 77-80=157; Curlee 77-84=161. T75, Curlee 78; T84, Craddock 80; T92, Hatch 81. T26, Craddock 74-74-81=229; T39, Curlee 78-77-77=232; T66, Godby 79-77-84=240. T9, Curlee 71-77-72=220; T19, Willenborg 71-77-76=224; T22, Craddock 74-78-74=226. T28, Curlee 76-78=154; T42, Hatch 79-79=158; T48, Harper 81-80=161. Curlee 81-76-75=232; Craddock 80-74-78=232; Godby 80-83-81=244.

Finish 3rd/7 5th/18 10th/11 7th/12 12th/15 T-4th/11 3rd/14 T-5th/18 3rd/17 T-8th/18 6th/8

Score 294-298-307=899 304-299-299=902 317-305=622 311-320-302=933 312-315-318=945 =327 305-305=610 310-310=620 293-299-311=903 308-300-306=914 311-305-304=919

UT Arlington Results 5, Gardner 79-74-72=225; T6, Curlee 72-76-79=227; T6, Harper 74-71-82=227. T14, Gardner 75-77-72=224; 31, Curlee 77-78-73=228; T32, West 77-76-76=229. Curlee 79-73=152; Craddock 76-77=153; Gardner 80-78=158. Curlee 77-82-72=231; Hatch 78-78-75=231; Craddock 78-78-79=235. Curlee 78-76-81=235; Craddock 76-80-80=236; Hatch 78-80-78=236. T12, Curlee 79; T16, West 81; T19, Hatch 82. T11, Curlee 77-74-72=223; Craddock 78-78-73=229; Willenborg 80-75-77=232. T15, West 82-71=153; T23, Craddock 77-78=155; T29, Curlee 83-73=156. 4, Curlee 74-71-75=220; Craddock 72-75-78=225; Gardner 70-79-79=228. T11, Curlee 77-74-72=223; Craddock 78-78-73=229; Willenborg 80-75-77=232. T12, Curlee 78-77-72=227; T12, West 79-74-74=227; Craddock 77-77-78=232.

Finish 3rd/9 2nd/11 6th/14 3rd/20 10th/18 4th/7 3rd/13 4th/14 13th/16 3rd/10 6th/8

Score 291-299=590 310-312-312=934 306-313=619 315-305=620 306-310=616 315-307=622 304-314=618 297-303-295=895 308-315-306=929 292-290-295=877 309-325-311=945

UT Arlington Results T4, Lauritsen 71-75=146; T6, Richardson 72-75=147; T10, Gardner 75-73=148. 4, Lauritsen 76-75-73=224; Matthews 79-74-77=230; West 79-72-81=232. T16, West 78-73=151; Matthews 73-79=152; Lauritsen 75-81=156. T4, Lauritsen 75-77=152; T8, Richardson 79-74=153; T15, Willenborg 77-76=155. T25, Lauritsen 76-74=150; West 78-76=154; Richardson 76-79=155. 9, Lauritsen 75-76=151; Richardson 78-77=155; West 81-76=157. T6, West 75-77=152; T11, Lauritsen 76-77=153; T11, Willenborg 75-78=153. T6, West 76-72-72=220; Lauritsen 75-72-75=222; Richardson 69-78-76=223. T11, Lauritsen 73-73-77=223; T52, West 80-78-76=234; T57, WIllenborg 77-83-75=235. T7, West 69-76-73=218; 14, Willenborg 72-75-75=222; T15, Bridges 78-71-74=223. West 73-83-73=229; Lauritsen 79-75-79=233; Willenborg 78-84-75=237.

Finish 3rd/17 6th/14 4th/10 7th/14 N/A 11th/18

Score 294-292-297=883 301-301=602 =288 293-302=595 =888 =309

UT Arlington Results T11, Lauritsen 73-71-75=219; Gregory 75-71-75=221; Willenborg 71-77-73=221. T5, Lauritsen 73-73=146; T19, Richardson 76-75=151; T33, Gregory 76-77=153. 2, Lauritsen 71; T9, Gregory 74; T11, Bridges 75. 9, Richardson 72-72=114; T13, Gregory 73-74=147; 32, Lauritsen 75-77=152. Bridges 74-70-74=218; Gregory 72-74-74=220; Lauritsen 73-74-77=224. 27, Lauritsen 75; 41, Bridges 77; 47, Richardson 78.

1985-86 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Fort Worth Parks and Rec., Pecan Valley GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 19-20 Central Bank College-Am., Chenault Park GC, Monroe, La., Sept. 26-27 Mary-Hardin Baylor Invitational, Leon Valley GC, Belton, Texas, Oct. 10-11 Pecan Plantation Invitational, Pecan Plantation GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 24-25 Elkins Lake Classic, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Oct. 31-Nov. 1 Baylor Invitational, Cottonwood Creek GC, Waco, Texas, Feb. 28-March 1 Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, March 17-18 Oklahoma Intercollegiate, Lawton CC, Lawton, Okla., March 24-25 Hardin-Simmons Invitational, Course N/A, Location N/A, Date N/A Lon Plummer Invitational, Course N/A, Location N/A, Date N/A Charles Coody Intercollegiate, Maxwell GC, Abilene, Texas, April Southland Conference, Walnut Creek CC, Mansfield, Texas, April 23-25

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1987-88 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Louisiana-Monroe Invitational, Course N/A, Monroe, La., Sept. 25-26 Fort Worth Parks and Rec., Pecan Valley GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 30-Oct. 1 Texas Invitational, Riverside GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 13 Elkins Lake Classic, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Oct. 28 Texas Lutheran Invitational, Course N/A, Location N/A, Nov. 16-17 Sam Houston State Intercollegiate, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, March 3-4 First Republican Invitational, Cottonwood Creek GC, Waco, Texas, March 21-22 Oklahoma Intercollegiate, Lawton CC, Lawton, Okla., March 27-28 Southland Conference, Mallard Cove GC, Lake Charles, La., April 25-27

1988-89 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Fort Worth Parks and Rec., Pecan Valley GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 21-22 Texas Intercollegiate, Woodhaven CC, Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 26-27 Sam Houston State Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Oct. 13-14 O.D. Bounds Intercollegiate, Course N/A, Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 25-26 Sonterra Classic, The Club at Sonterra, San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 14-15 Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, Feb. 21-22 Elkins Lake Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, March 2-3 NCNB Invitational, Cottonwood Creek GC, Waco, Texas, March 20 Hyatt Bear Creek Invitational, Bear Creek GC, Dallas, Texas, March 23-24 Oklahoma Intercollegiate, Lawton CC, Lawton, Okla., March 27-28 Pizza Hut Invitational, Waterwood National CC, Huntsville, Texas, April 18 Southland Conference, Waterwood National CC, Huntsville, Texas, April 24-26

1989-90 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Fort Worth Parks and Rec., Pecan Valley GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 21-22 Texas Intercollegiate, Woodhaven CC, Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 25-26 Elkins Lake Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Oct. 13-14 Texas Wesleyan Invitational, Fossil Creek CC, Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 23-24 Hal Sutton Invitational, Course N/A, Shreveport, La., Oct. 30-31 Sonterra Classic, The Club at Sonterra, San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 14 Sam Houston State Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, March 1-2 NCNB Invitational, Cottonwood Creek GC, Waco, Texas, March 19-20 Sugar Tree Invitational, Sugar Tree CC, Weatherford, Texas, March 22-23 Hyatt Bear Creek Invitational, Bear Creek GC, Fort Worth, Texas, March 26-27 Southland Conference, Berry Creek CC, Georgetown, Texas, April 16-18

2009-10 Mavericks Men’s Golf

Tournament, Course, Location, Date Mary-Hardin Baylor Invitational, Course N/A, Location N/A, Date N/A Fort Worth Parks and Rec., Course N/A, Location N/A, Date N/A Central Bank College-Am., Chenault Park GC, Monroe, La., Date N/A James McIver Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Oct. 23-24 Texas Lutheran Invitational, Course N/A, Location N/A, Date N/A Abilene Intercollegiate, Abilene CC, Abilene, Texas, Feb. 23-24 Sam Houston State Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, March 5-6 Baylor Invitational, Cottonwood Creek GC, Waco, Texas, March 20-21 Oklahoma Intercollegiate, Lawton CC, Lawton, Okla., March 30-31 Dallas Baptist Invitational, Course N/A, Location N/A, April 6-7

1990-91 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Mary-Hardin Baylor Invitational, Leon Valley GC, Belton, Texas, Sept. 20-21 Sugar Tree Invitational, Sugar Tree GC, Weatherford, Texas, Oct. 1-2 Elkins Lake Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Oct. 11-12 Hyatt Bear Creek Invitational, Bear Creek GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 29-30 Stephen F. Austin Invitational, Crown Colony CC, Lufkin, Texas, Feb. 23-24 Sam Houston State Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Feb. 28-March 1 Sonterra Spring Classic, The Club at Sonterra, San Antonio, Texas, March 18-19 Pecan Valley Collegiate, Pecan Valley GC, Fort Worth, Texas, March 21-22 Hyatt Bear Creek Invitational, Bear Creek GC, Dallas, Texas, March 25-26 Meadowbrook Collegiate, Meadowbrook GC, Fort Worth, Texas, March 28-29 Southland Conference, Crown Colony CC, Lufkin, Texas, April 15-17

1991-92 Tournament, Course, Location, Date UC Ferguson Classic, Course N/A, Oklahoma City, Okla., Sept. 23-24 Elkins Lake Fall Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Oct. 17-18 Sammons Park Invitational, Sammons Park GC, Belton, Texas, Oct. 28 Texas Intercollegiate, Woodhaven CC, Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 4-5 Hal Sutton Invitational, Shreveport CC, Shreveport, La., Nov. 11-12 Stephen F. Austin Invitational, Crown Colony CC, Lufkin, Texas, Feb. 23

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The University of Texas at Arlington UT San Antonio Spring Invitational, Cedar Creek GC, San Antonio, Texas, March 16-17 5th/13 Woodyard-Hungarland Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, March 19-20 7th/12 Hyatt Bear Creek Invitational, Bear Creek GC, Dallas, Texas, March 23-24 3rd/18 Sammons Park Invitational, Sammons Park GC, Waco, Texas, April 6-7 1st/7 Southland Conference, Crown Colony CC, Lufkin, Texas, April 23-25 9th/10

311-311=622 305-312=617 298-297-301=896 284-288=572 326-321-329=976

Gregory 77-76=153; 16, Lauritsen 77-78=155; 24, Bridges 79-78=157. T11, Gregory 76-74=150; T29, Matthews 77-79=156; T29, Lauritsen 76-80=156. 6, Lauritsen 70-75-76=221; 8, Gregory 74-72-76=222; 43, Matthews 82-76-73=231. 1, Gregory 68-69=137; 4, Lauritsen 69-75=144; 6, Richardson 74-71=145. T27, Richardson 83-78-78=239; T35, Bridges 82-81-81=244; 39, Lauritsen 80-83-86=249.

Score 288-293=581 304-309=613 =303 302-300-311=913 302-304-308=914 =321 320-315=635 287-298-291=876 304-288=592 309-327=636 323-317=640 307-332-327=966

UT Arlington Results 3, Bridges 70-72=142; T4, Gregory 70-73=143; T9, Leverett 73-73=146. T12, Gregory 73-75=148; T24, Bridges 75-76=151; T46, Leverett 81-79=160. T9, Gregory 72; T23, Bridges 75; T31, Leverett 76. T17, Gregory 73-74-72=219; T49, Leverett 78-74-76=228; T67, Swisher 76-75-82=233. 1, Gregory 71-68-72=211; T51, Bridges 79-77-79=235; 55, Leverett 77-80-80=237. T5, Gregory 74; T20, Bridges 79; T34, Swisher 82. 4, Bridges 76-73=149; T17, Gregory 82-75=157; 48, Swisher 79-87=166. 2, Gregory 70-72-72=214; 7, Bridges 69-72-76=217; T23, Leverett 75-80-72=227. 4, Gregory 77-69=146; T5, Bridges 77-70=147; T19, Leverett 75-74=149. T11, Gregory 73-77=150; T33, Bridges 73-83=156; T50, Swisher 79-80=159. T15, Gregory 74-75=149; T52, Bridges 78-83=161; T56, Kendrick 86-79=165. T5, Gregory 75-76-77=228; T17, Bridges 76-78-80=234; T42, Leverett 82-85-80=247.

Finish T-8th/18 3rd/18 2nd/9 15th/18 6th/11 2nd/13 2nd/14 4th/16 T-4th/18 6th/10

Score 294-304-299=897 292-295-294=881 296-294=590 305-314-328=947 302-301=603 298-308=606 298-301-290=889 327-319=646 308-296-316=920 303-300-303=906

UT Arlington Results T31, Gregory 77-76-72=225; T34, Bridges 75-76-75=226; T41, Lauritsen 78-74-75=227. 1, Lauritsen 71-68-73=212; T18, Metcalf 75-75-73=223; T25, Bridges 76-77-72=225. 2, Bridges 75-69=144; T5, Lauritsen 75-72=147; T9, Metcalf 72-76=148. T45, Metcalf 78-79-79=236; T58, Bridges 74-85-81=240; T63, Gregory 81-77-84=242. T8, Gregory 72-74=146; T19, Lauritsen 75-76=151; T19, Moss 77-74=151. T8, Gregory 74-76=150; T8, Lauritsen 73-77=150; T20, Bridges 77-77=154. 2, Bridges 71-76-67=214; Gregory 75-75-72=222; Metcalf 75-75-75=225. T2, Gregory 80-73=153; T30, Bridges 78-86=164; T30, Metcalf 82-82=164. T9, Gregory 76-72-79=227; T21, Bridges 75-77-78=230; T28, Hatfield 79-73-81=233. T3, Bridges 76-69-73=218; T8, Gregory 76-75-70=221; 23, Hatfield 81-78-69=228.

Tournament, Course, Location, Date Finish William H. Tucker Invitational, The Championship Course, Albuquerque, N.M., Sept. 15-17 Kansas Invitational, Alvamar GC, Lawrence, Kan., Sept. 26-27 8th/14 Sundance Steakhouse/Ram Invitational, Course N/A, Fort Collins, Colo., Oct. 10-11 5th/10 UT Pan American Classic, The Club at Cimarron, Mission, Texas, Oct. 24-25 1st/14 UTA Invitational, Bear Creek GC, Dallas, Texas, Nov. 14-15 4th/18 International Intercollegiate, Club Campestre, Monterrey, Mexico, Feb. 9-11 7th/19 Pizza Hut Invitational, Course N/A, Jackson, Miss., Feb. 25-26 2nd/13 Texas State Classic, Circle C GC, Austin, Texas, March 13-14 2nd/16 Missouri State Invitational, Highland Springs CC, Springfield, Mo., March 27-28 5th/18 Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic, Tallgrass CC, Wichita, Kan., April 3-4 T-9th/13 All-American Intercollegiate, Old Orchard GC, Richmond, Texas, April 10-11 T-7th/16 Southland Conference, Columbia Lakes CC, West Columbia, Texas, April 16-18 1st/10

Score 18th/20 300-305-311=916 293-305-303=901 280-290-291=861 300-300=600 305-301-303=909 306-304=610 296-313=609 321-312-308=941 304-299-328=931 301-291-326=918 286-299-297=884

UT Arlington Results 320-305-302=927 T42, Main 80-71-75=226; T52, Forbes 73-77-78=228; T83, Hughes 85-78-72=235. T7, Gregory 72-73-78=223; T29, Hughes 77-78-77=232; T29, Main 76-78-78=232. 4, Gregory 72-72-74=218; T17, Forbes 72-78-75=225; T26, Main 75-76-78=229. 2, Gregory 67-75-70=212; T3, Main 69-71-73=213; 7, Forbes 71-71-73=215. T10, Gregory 75-73=148; T20, Lauritsen 75-75=150; T27, Forbes 76-75=151. 3, Gregory 77-70-72=219; T19, Lauritsen 74-78-73=225; T57, Main 80-74-80=234. 1, Gregory 71-72=143; 11, Hughes 78-77=155; T14, Main 82-74=156. 3, Gregory 72-76=148; T4, Hughes 72-78=150; T4, Main 73-77=150. T10, Main 82-77-74=233; T18, Gregory 82-78-76=236; T18, Lauritsen 77-75-84=236. 8, Gregory 70-75-81=226; T29, Hughes 82-73-77=232; T37, Forbes 77-71-86=234. T14, Gregory 75-71-81=227; T39, Forbes 78-74-79=231; T49, Main 77-71-85=233. 1, Hughes 70-74-73=217; 4, Gregory 69-78-74=221; 5, Palmer 72-76-74=222.

Score 316-307-300=923 297-298-307=902 307-301-303=911 296-283-290=869 300-307-295=902 310-292-308=910 305-299-298=902 309-305=614 294-304-301=899 310-310-315=935 300-301-297=898

UT Arlington Results T38, Hughes 82-74-71=227; T51, Main 80-75-74=229; T68, Giebelhaus 75-79-80=234. T17, Hughes 73-74-76=223; T28, H. Thethy 74-76-76=226; T33, C. Thethy 76-73-78=227. T20, Main 73-74-76=223; T35, H. Thethy 79-75-3=227; T62, Forbes 77-74-81=232. 3, Main 73-69-70=212; T8, Forbes 77-70-71=218; T13, Hughes 71-70-79=220. T3, Main 76-70-75=221; T16, C. Thethy 76-7-6-75=227; T21, Hughes 74-80-74=228. T7, Singh 75-72-75=222; T13, Main 73-74-78=225; T46, Forbes 79-71-83=233. T25, Singh 72-78-72=222; T55, Palmer 79-74-76=229; T59, Main 80-74-76=230. 12, Singh 74-75=149; T23, Main 77-76=153; T26, Forbes 79-75=154. T11, Main 72-75-74=221; T22, Thethy 76-73-75=225; T30, Forbes 70-81-75=226. 18, Singh 75-78-78=231; T24, Hughes 77-75-80=232; T24, Forbes 77-79-76=232. T4, Singh 79-70-71=220; 10, Forbes 75-75-74=224; 13, Main 69-78-80=227.

Score 300-295-303=898 2nd/18 286-289-288=863 300-291-304=895 307-298-308=913 299-298-309=906 300-318=618 305-301-291=897 313-300-303=916 310-305-311=926 294-307-311=912

UT Arlington Results T9, Main 72-73-75=220; T13, Singh 72-74-75=221; T37, Thethy 77-79-74=230. 293-313-300=906 T3, Main 71-78-73=222; T18, Singh 74-80-74=228; T23, Hughes 72-80-79=231. T4, Main 72-73-69=214; T6, Thethy 71-71-73=215; T13, Singh 71-70-76=217. T6, Singh 74-72-75=221; 9, Thethy 72-72-78=222; T10, Hughes 78-71-74=223. T6, Main 73-74-76=223; T27, Singh 76-76-76=228; T57, Bearb 80-75-78=233. 2, Main 74-70-74=218; T27, Singh 75-75-79=229; T27, Hughes 76-75-78=229. T3, Main 72-72=144; T33, Hughes 77-78=155; T38, Ashworth 75-81=156. T23, Main 76-74-70=220; T30, Thethy 77-75-71=223; T48, Ashworth 79-75-73=227. T6, Main 72-73-78=223; 26, Thethy 80-75-75=230, T31, Singh 83-74-75=232. T18, Main 78-72-79=229; T33, Singh 76-80-77=233; T38, Hughes 78-76-80=234. T13, Main 72-79-75=226; 18, Singh 73-78-77=228; T19, Hughes 73-76-80=229.

Score 286-296-289=871 5th/15 288-295-296=879 315-306-311=932 303-297=600 2nd/19 280-287-288=855 304-304-297=905 289-287-302=878 300-296-297=893 286-292-297=875

UT Arlington Results T2, King 72-72-71=215; T9, Ashworth 72-77-70=219; T9, Forbes 72-74-73=219. 300-301-316=917 T10, Singh 72-74-78=224, T28, Forbes 79-73-80=232; T35, King 80-78-76=234. T35, King 73-71-76=220; T42, Singh 74-75-72=221; T42, Main 71-74-76=221. T58, Marx 77-74-78=229; T82, Main 78-79-77=234; T88, Forbes 84-77-75=236. T7, Thethy 73-72=145; T36, Hughes 78-74=152; T36, Marx 76-76=152. 292-296=588 7, King 70-75=145; T15, Singh 75-73=148; T22, Main 72-77=149. 1, Singh 67-69-71=207; T2, King 70-70-73=213; T5, Forbes 71-74-74=219. T7, Singh 79-69-72=220; T30, Forbes 75-79-76=230; T40, Hughes 77-80-74=231. 2, Singh 73-70-76=219; T3, King 71-73-76=220; T3, Forbes 71-71-78=220. T5, Singh 70-70-79=219; T15, Forbes 76-77-72=225; T22, King 81-76-70=227. T10, Singh 69-71-71=211; T48, King 74-74-72=220; T91, Main 70-78-78=226.

1992-93 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Finish Sammons Park Invitational, Sammons Park GC, Belton, Texas, Sept. 29 1st/11 West Texas Intercollegiate, Fairway Oaks CC, Abilene, Texas, Oct. 5-6 T11th/17 Elkins Lake Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Oct. 15-16 8th/14 Texas Intercollegiate, Holiday Hills CC, Mineral Wells, Texas, Nov. 2-3 15th/17 Hal Sutton Intercollegiate, Shreveport CC, Shreveport, La., Nov. 9-10 11th/14 Woodyard-Hungarland Invitational, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, March 13 7th/12 UT San Antonio Spring Invitational, Cedar Creek GC, San Antonio, Texas, March 14-15 8th/11 Holiday Hills Classic, Holiday Hills CC, Mineral Wells, Texas, March 17-18 1st/11 Meadowbrook Collegiate, Meadowbrook GC, Fort Worth, Texas, March 22-23 2nd/19 Waterwood Intercollegiate, Waterwood National GC, Huntsville, Texas, March 29-30 13th/13 Moe O’Brien Memorial, Lake Charles CC, Lake Charles, La., April 5-6 13th/14 Southland Conference, Riverside GC, Fort Worth, Texas, April 19-21 9th/10

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1993-94 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Herb Wimberly Classic, University GC, Las Cruces, N.M., Oct. 1-2 Oak Craft Classic, The Francisco Grande GC, Casa Grande, Ariz., Oct. 4-5 Elkins Lake Fall Classic, Elkins Lake CC, Huntsville, Texas, Oct. 21-22 Columbia Lakes Invitational, Columbia Lakes CC, West Columbia, Texas, Nov. 26-28 Texas State Classic, Circle C GC, Austin, Texas, March 14-15 Waterwood Intercollegiate, Waterwood National GC, Huntsville, Texas, March 21-22 Southern Jr.-Sr. Collegiate, Still Waters GC, Alexander City, Ala., April 1-3 Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic, Tallgrass CC, Wichita, Kan., April 4-5 Arkansas-Little Rock Intercollegiate, Chenal CC, Little Rock, Ark., April 11-12 Southland Conference, Pecan Valley GC, San Antonio, Texas, April 18-20

1994-95

1995-96 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Finish William H. Tucker Invitational, The Championship Course, Albuquerque, N.M. 16th/17 Kansas Invitational, Alvamar GC, Lawrence, Kan., Sept. 25-26 T-7th/17 Herb Wimberly Classic, University Golf Course, Las Cruces, N.M., Oct. 13-14 12th/17 UT Pan American Classic, The Club at Cimmarron, Mission, Texas, Oct. 23-24 2nd/10 UTA Invitational, Fossil Creek CC, Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 13-14 T-2nd/16 Rice/Columbia Lakes Invitational, Columbia Lakes CC, West Columbia, Texas, Nov. 24-26 T-7th/17 International Intercollegiate, Club Campestre, Monterrey, Mexico, Feb. 8-10 14th/18 UT San Antonio Spring Opener, Cedar Creek GC, San Antonio, Texas, March 4-5 7th/11 Border Olympics, Laredo CC, Laredo, Texas, March 23-24 9th/15 Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic, Tallgrass CC, Wichita, Kan., April 15-16 10th/17 Southland Conference, Columbia Lakes CC, West Columbia, Texas, April 22-24 3rd/10

1996-97 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Finish Kansas Invitational, Alvamar GC, Lawrence, Kan., Sept. 23-24 5th/17 Nicholson Woodlands Intercollegiate, TPC Woodlands, The Woodlands, Texas, Oct. 7-8 Herb Wimberly Classic, University Golf Course, Las Cruces, N.M., Oct. 11-12 2nd/17 Pine Hills Intercollegiate, Pine Hills CC, Ruston, La., Oct. 21-22 3rd/11 Arlington Awards Invitational, Riverside GC, Arlington, Texas, Nov. 4-5 8th/18 Rice/Columbia Lakes Invitational, Columbia Lakes, Texas, Nov. 29-Dec. 1 T-3rd/21 Crown Colony Classic, Crown Colony CC, Lufkin, Texas, Feb. 21-22 9th/16 Border Olympics, Laredo CC, Laredo, Texas, March 22-23 12th/15 Copy Systems Intercollegiate, Chenal CC, Little Rock, Ark., March 31-April 1 6th/18 Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic, Tallgrass CC, Wichita, Kan., April 14-15 10th/16 Southland Conference, Holly Tree CC, Tyler, Texas, April 21-22 6th/9

1997-98 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Finish Oak Craft Classic, Palm Valley GC, Phoenix, Ariz., Sept. 22-23 T-1st/17 Nicholson Woodlands Intercollegiate, TPC Woodlands, The Woodlands, Texas, Sept. 29-30 Red Raider Intercollegiate, Hillcrest CC, Lubbock, Texas, Oct. 20-21 T-11th/17 Fresno State Invitational, San Joaquin CC, Fresno, Calif., Oct. 24-25 20th/23 Crown Colony Classic, Crown Colony CC, Lufkin, Texas, Nov. 14-15 7th/15 Hungarland-Woodyard Intercollegiate, Waterwood National CC, Huntsville, Texas, March 16-17 Moe O’Brien Memorial, Lake Charles CC, Lake Charles, La., March 23-24 1st/16 Border Olympics, Laredo CC, Laredo, Texas, March 28-29 7th/14 Copy Systems Intercollegiate, Chenal CC, Little Rock, Ark., April 6-7 1st/17 Southland Conference, Holly Tree CC, Tyler, Texas, April 20-21 T-3rd/10 NCAA Central Regional, Oak Hill CC, San Antonio, Texas, May 14-16 15th/21

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Finish 1st/16 6th/17 1st/18 1st/18 2nd/18 9th/19 1st/18 2nd/18 7th/19 2nd/15 T-1st/10 T-15th/21

Score =283 292-304-290=886 289-290-285=864 285-289=574 298-296-301=895 303-307-301=911 300-292=592 299-283-298=880 300-299-292=891 296-289=585 293-302-297=892 302-300-303=905

UT Arlington Results T2, Singh 68=136; T4, King 69=138; T11, Forbes 72=144. T4, King 72-74-68=214; T22, Singh 71-76-74=221; T37, Thethy 75-76-74=225. 4, Singh 73-70-72=215; 5, Forbes 71-76-69=216; T10, Thethy 80-71-69=220. T3, Babb 72-68=140; T7, Thethy 70-72=142; T17, Singh 70-76=146. T3, Singh 74-71-73=218; T3, Thethy 73-76-69=218; T11, Forbes 75-70-79=224. T9, King 77-70-75=222; T43, Thethy 73-82-74=229; T49, Babb 77-75-78=230. 1, Thethy 72-70=142; 10, Babb 75-74=149; T11, King 76-74=150. 2, Forbes (73-69-71=213); T3, Thethy 72-70-74=216; T33, Singh 76-73-76=225. T25, Forbes 76-64-73=223; T25, Thethy 74-76-73=223; T25, King 74-73-76=223. 3, King 72-70=142; T7, Thethy 72-73=145; T11, Babb 74-73=147. 3, Thethy 71-71-77=219; T4, Forbes 69-78-75=222; T18, Singh 77-79-72=228. T40, Forbes 71-80-73=224; T65, King 79-77-72=228; T70, Singh 74-76-79=229.

Finish 8th/16 6th/15 6th/15 8th/18 6th/10 8th/15 5th/17 T-14th/18 13th/14 3rd/15 7th/10

Score 290-303-309=902 289-286=575 293-290-294=877 292-294-293=879 293-298-294=885 302-301-301=904 291-286-298=875 304-293-285=882 304-307-306=917 300-302-308=910 298-296-307=901

UT Arlington Results 8, Babb 68-73-72=212; T40, Mack 79-74-77=230; T45, King 74-79-78=231. T1, Pye 68-70=138; T7, Babb 73-69=142; T35, King 77-71=148. 9, King 70-71-74=215; T10, Babb 75-70-71=216; T34, Carlson 73-74-77=224. T2, King 72-65-74=211; T27, Babb 70-78-73=221; T32, Pye 72-80-70=222. T17, Babb 73-73-76=222; T17, King 75-76-71=222; T23, Mack 72-77-74=223. T7, Babb 72-72-74=218; T24, King 75-77-73=225; T29, Carlson 77-72-77=226. T11, Babb 72-69-74=215; T16, King 72-71-71=217; T22, Carlson 71-71-77=219. T20, Babb 77-70-70=217; T49, King 72-75-76=222; T49, Carlson 80-73-69=222. T21, King 74-75-76=225; T28, Babb 76-76-76=228; T34, Carlson 78-77-75=230. T7, Babb 74-73-77=224; T7, King 76-73-75=224; T26, Carlson 75-80-76=231. 1, Babb 71-70-72=213; 28, Carlson 74-75-80=229; T29, Tobian 73-76-81=230.

Finish 15th/18 3rd/16 2nd/15 11th/17 2nd/17 2nd/16 7th/15 5th/12 9th/18 T-10th/15 T-7th/16 10th/15 6th/10

Score 286-296-290=872 286-295-300=881 285-281=566 297-295-299=891 291-305=596 295-284-290=869 301-300-292=893 279-284-302=865 293-303-303=899 298-308=606 314-296-312=922 295-290-300=885 303-309-305=917

UT Arlington Results T14, Main 69-71-69=209; T65, Murphy 72-76-73=221; T65, McPherson 73-73-75=221. 5, Muth 71-73-74=218); T11, Main 72-72-76=220; T11, Schulze 70-75-75=220. T6, Schulze 69-71=140; T12, Mullen 69-73=142; T19, Muth 73-70=143. T8, Main 68-75-72=215; T12, Muth 75-69-72=216; T62, Maurer 77-74-78=229. T6, Main 72-74=146; T11, Maurer 73-76=149; T20, Muth 73-78=151. 2, Schulze 69-68-73=210; T12, Muth 75-72-72=219; T12, Mullen 76-73-70=219. T5, Muth 75-71-71=217; T16, Schulze 73-78-71=222; T27, Main 76-74-74=224. T1, Main 70-68-69=207; 6, Muth 63-72-77=212; T21, McPherson 75-71-75=221. T12, Muth 70-75-74=219; T32, Main 73-74-79=226; T49, Schulze 73-79-78=230. T29, Main 73-78=151; T29, Muth 74-77=151; T43, Marias 74-80=154. 5, Muth 74-68-78=220; T24, Mullen 79-72-79=230); T32, Main 78-78-76=232. T12, Main 74-70-74=218; T30, Schulze 76-69-78=223; T44, Mullen 73-75-77=225. T7, Muth 73-77-74=224; T21, Schulze 77-75-79=231; T26, Main 78-78-77=233.

Finish 5th/14 T-5th/18 6th/18 3rd/24 6th/18 1st/18 T-8th/20 T-3rd/15 3rd/19 5th/17 2nd/10 T7th/15 T-17th/27

Score 286-286-287=859 297-277-301=875 298-307-306=911 298-291=589 284-282-288=854 314-310-293=917 =291 283-286-285=854 294-291-294=879 288-298-283=869 300-297-297=894 298-307-304=909 303-297-301=901

UT Arlington Results T5, Main 68-73-70=211; T25, Mullen 69-70-78=217; T35, Muth 74-72-74=220. T18, Main 79-66-74=219; T24, Muth 70-79-73=222; T24, Schulze 73-68-81=222. T7, Main 71-81-71=223; T9, Muth 75-74-75=224; T36, Schulze 72-81-80=233. T11, Muth 74-71=145; T17, Main 73-75=148; T21, Schulze 77-72=149. T9, Muth 70-69-70=209; T22, Burger 71-71-73=215; T31, Main 71-72-73=216. T2, Mullen 76-76-73=225; T10, Schulze 78-78-73=229; T18, Muth 82-75-74=231. T27, Burger 72; T27, Muth 72, T44, Mullen 73. 4, Muth 69-69-68=206; 24, Mullen 72-71-71=214; T28, Main 71-74-71=216. T3, Main 71-72-73=216; T9, Mullen 73-68-79=220; T24, Schulze 76-76-72=224. T12, Muth 69-76-71=216; T25, Mullen 72-73-74=219; T33, Schulze 72-78-80=220. 9, Main 77-71-75=223; T10, Schulze 76-76-72=224; T16, Mullen 72-76-78=226. T7, Main 75-74-71=220; T23, Schulze 74-75-77=226; 46, Muth 75-80-76=231. T37, Muth 73-73-76=222; T65, Main 76-77-74=227; T65, Schulze 77-74-76=227.

Finish T-7th/14 9th/14 13th/15 T-11th/14 T-13th/16 8th/13 5th/15 T-13th/18 12th/20 3rd/11 7th/10

Score 284-293-296=873 288-284-294=866 298-290-306=894 294-296-307=897 292-291-299=882 297-298-310=905 291-287=578 301-305-304=910 300-290-290=880 302-290-290=882 297-288-294=879

UT Arlington Results T10, Estorga 72-70-73=215; T13, Erickson 74-72-70=216; T51, Krantz 66-80-77=223. T28, Mullen 74-70-72=216; T32, Mordt 70-74-73=217; T32, Erickson 74-69-74=217. T12, Estorga 71-67-77=215; T37, Allen 78-69-76=223; T62, Mullen 77-76-77=230. T37, Allen 72-72-80=224; T37, Mordt 74-76-74=224; T48, Mullen 73-75-78=226. T7, Estorga 68-71-73=212; T52, Pennington 76-70-76=222; T58, Erickson 75-73-75=223. T10, Mullen 75-71-75=221; T12, Estorga 75-72-76=223; T25, Krantz 70-80-77=227. T3, Mordt 72-68=140; T12, Estorga 73-70=143; T24, Allen 72-74=146. T33, Estorga 74-76-74=224; T48, Mordt 73-78-77=228; T61, Mullen 77-77-77=231. T15, Estorga 74-70-72=216; T22, Mordt 73-69-75¬=217; T65, Mullen 74-76-75=225. T5, Estorga 74-71-74=219; T7, Krantz 75-72-73=220; T7, Mordt 76-74-70=220. T7, Estorga 72-72-70=214; T17, Mullen 74-69-75=218; T26, Mordt 76-73-72=221.

Finish 11th/12 T-9th/14 16th/17 3rd/15 T-9th/16 13th/14 5th/18 T-16th/19 11th/12 T-10th/17 T-4th/10 7th/15

Score 293-301-292=886 300-301-307=908 303-306-316=925 298-300-300=898 285-281-292=858 310-299-317=926 296-298-292=886 305-312-314=931 316-305-304=925 299-290-292=881 292-295-293=880 280-291-289=860

UT Arlington Results T25, Krantz 70-73-76=219; T36, Pennington 72-76-74=222; T43, Allen 73-79-72=224. T12, Krantz 72-74-75=221; T30, Allen 76-73-77=226; T30, Mordt 74-77-75=226. T11, Allen 75-70-75=220; T54, Campbell 76-75-82=233; T71, Douthit 78-80-79=237. 3, Allen 69-74-76=219; T4, Mordt 74-74-72=220; T38, Boles 78-77-77=232. T10, Campbell 69-69-71=209; T28, Douthit 72-69-73=214; T28, Mordt 71-70-73=214. T19, Allen 75-74-78=227; T29, Campbell 78-76-7=231; T33, Krantz 78-75-79=232. T2, Allen 74-71-66=211; T10, Mordt 70-76-71=217; T38, Douthit 76-75-77=228. T48, Allen 78-77-75=230; T48, Mordt 71-80-79=230; T69, Baker 75-79-82=236. T29, Allen 85-76-76=237; T30, Mordt 79-75-74=228; T42, Campbell 80-77-76=233. T23, Campbell 74-72-73=219; T29, Allen 74-74-72=220; T41, Krantz 73-74-75=222. T4, Mordt 74-72-69=215; T11, Krantz 70-74-76=220; T13, Campbell 76-73-72=221. T9, Mordt 69-70-70=209; 19, Krantz 65-74-73=212; T43, Campbell 71-72-75=218.

1999-2000 Tournament, Course, Location, Date SMU Stonebridge Invitational, Stonebridge CC, McKinney, Texas, Sept. 20-21 Colorado State Ram Intercollegiate, Fort Collins CC, Fort Collins, Colo., Sept. 27-28 Herb Wimberly Classic, University GC, Las Cruces, N.M., Oct. 8-9 Deep South Intercollegiate, Money Hill CC, Abita Springs, La., Oct. 25-26 UT Pan American Bronc Classic, Tierra Santa GC, Weslaco, Texas, Nov. 8-9 49er Collegiate Classic, Virginia CC, Long Beach, Calif., Feb. 24-25 Moe O’Brien Memorial Invitational, Lake Charles CC, Lake Charles, La., March 20-21 Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate, Tanglewood Resort, Pottsboro, Texas, March 25-26 Border Olympics, Laredo CC, Laredo, Texas, March 31-April 1 Copy Systems Intercollegiate, Chenal CC, Little Rock, Ark., April 3-4 Southland Conference, Columbia Lakes CC, West Columbia, Texas, April 17-18

Tournament, Course, Location, Date Northwest Collegiate Classic, Trysting Tree CC, Corvallis, Ore., Sept. 11-12 SMU Stonebridge Invitational, McKinney, Texas, Sept. 18-19 Colorado State Invitational, Fort Collins CC, Fort Collins, Colo., Sept. 25-26 Herb Wimberly Classic, University GC, Las Cruces, N.M., Oct. 6-7 Crown Colony Classic, Crown Colony CC, Lufkin, Texas, Oct. 16-17 La.-Monroe Bayou Classic, Bayou Desiard CC, Monroe, La., Oct. 30-31 Texas State Classic, Victoria CC, Victoria, Texas, Feb. 19-20 UT San Antonio Invitational, Oak Hills CC, San Antonio, Texas, Feb. 26-27 LSU Spring Invitational, University Club, Baton Rouge, La., March 5-6 Cleveland Golf Classic, Palmetto GC, Aiken, S.C., March 19-20 Copy Systems Intercollegiate, Chenal CC, Little Rock, Ark., March 26-27 Border Olympics, Laredo CC, Laredo, Texas, April 6-7 Southland Conference, The Bluffs at Thompson Creek, St. Francisville, La., April 16-18

2001-02 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Northwest Collegiate Classic, Mallard Creek GC, Lebanon, Ore., Sept. 10-11 SMU Stonebridge Invitational, Stonebridge CC, McKinney, Texas, Oct. 1-2 Crown Colony Classic, Crown Colony CC, Lufkin, Texas, Oct. 15-16 The Tillinghaust, Quaker Ridge GC, Scarsdale, N.Y., Oct. 22-23 Henry Griffiths Invitational, Ridgewood CC, Waco, Texas, Oct. 29-30 Beau Chene Classic, Beau Chene CC, Mandeville, La., Feb. 19-20 LSU Spring Invitational, Course N/A, Baton Rouge, La., March 2 Cleveland Golf Classic, Palmetto GC, Aiken, S.C., March 18-19 Chenal Trojan Cup, Chenal CC, Little Rock, Ark., March 25-26 Border Olympics, Laredo CC, Laredo, Texas, April 5-6 Southland Conference, Twin Lakes GC, Canton, Texas, April 15-17 Bruce Fossum/Spartan Invitational, Forest Akers CC, East Lansing, Mich, April 27-28 NCAA Central Regional, Pleasant Valley CC, Little Rock, Ark., May 16-18

2002-03 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Mean Green Invitational, Bridlewood GC, Flower Mound, Texas, Sept. 16-17 Pacific Invitational, The Reserve at Spanos Park, Stockton, Calif., Sept. 23-24 Cardinal Intercollegiate, The Cardinal Club, Louisville, Ken., Sept. 30-Oct. 1 SMU Stonebridge Invitational, Stonebridge CC, McKinney, Texas, Oct. 21-22 Henry Griffiths Invitational, Bear Ridge GC, Waco, Texas, Oct. 28-29 Rice Invitational, Blackshore North GC, Cypress, Texas, Feb. 10-11 Cleveland Golf Classic, Palmetto GC, Aiken, S.C., March 17-18 Chenal Trojan Cup, Chenal CC, Little Rock, Ark., March 24-25 Border Olympics, Laredo CC, Laredo, Texas, April 4-5 Wyoming Cowboy Classic, Talking-Stick North GC, Scottsdale, Ariz., April 15-16 Southland Conference, Canebrake GC, Hattiesburg, Miss., April 21-23

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2003-04 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Pacific Invitational, The Reserve at Spanos Park, Stockton, Calif., Sept. 22-23 Cardinal Invitational, The Cardinal Club, Louisville, Ken., Sept. 29-30 SMU Stonebridge Invitational, Stonebridge CC, McKinney, Texas, Oct. 13-14 Squire Creek Invitational, Squire Creek GC, Choudrant, La., Oct. 20-21 Fall Beach Classic, Gulf Shores CC, Gulf Shores, Ala., Oct. 27-28 Rice Intercollegiate, Blackhorse-North GC, Cypress, Texas, Feb. 9-10 Rio Pinar Intercollegiate, Rio Pinar CC, Orlando, Fla., Feb. 16-17 General Jim Hacker Invitational, TPC of Myrtle Beach, Murrells Int., S.C., March 8-9 Carter Plantation Intercollegiate, Carter Plantation GC, Springfield, La., March 15-16 Border Olympics, Laredo CC, Laredo, Texas, April 2-3 Southland Conference, High Meadow Ranch, Magnolia, Texas, April 19-21 The Maxwell, Dornick Hills CC, Ardmore, Okla., May 15-16

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The University of Texas at Arlington 2004-05 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Northwest Intercollegiate, Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore., Sept. 13-14 Henry Griffiths Invitational, Bear Ridge GC, Waco, Texas, Sept. 20-21 SMU Stonebridge Invitational, Stonebridge CC, McKinney, Texas, Oct. 5 Squire Creek Invitational, Squire Creek CC, Choudrant, La., Oct. 18-19 Fall Beach Classic, Gulf Shores CC, Gulf Shores, Ala., Nov. 1-2 Rice Intercollegiate, Wildcat GC, Houston, Texas, Feb. 7-8 Rio Pinar Intercollegiate, Rio Pinar CC, Orlando, Texas, Feb. 14-15 Palmetto Intercollegiate, Palmetto GC, Aiken, S.C., March 14-15 Border Olympics, Laredo CC, Laredo, Texas, March 25-26 LSU Spring Invitational, University Club, Baton Rouge, La., April 2-3 Southland Conference, Kingwood Forest GC, Kingwood, Texas, April 26-27 The Maxwell, Dornick Hills CC, Ardmore, Okla., May 14-15 NCAA West Regional, Stanford GC, Stanford, Calif., May 19-21

Finish T-2nd/13 2nd/9 1st/16 1st/17 2nd/12 4th/15 T-9th/18 4th/12 3rd/11 T-4th/17 1st/10 9th/11 21st/27

Score 286-283-290=859 281-301-284=866 =286 297-290-292=879 290-295-289=874 301-288=589 297-290-297=884 300-294-288=882 298-285-292=875 292-303-295=890 289-290-282=861 297-306-294=897 297-307-294=909

UT Arlington Results T8, Mordt 73-69-71=213; T15, Campbell 72-70-74=216; T21, Krantz 73-74-70=217. T8, Campbell; 72-75-70=217; T12, Reeves 70-75-73=218; T12, Mordt 73-74-71=218. T1, Murray 68; T4, Mordt 72; T20, Krantz 73. T2, Murray 73-71-72=216; T5, Baker* 76-73-69=218; T8, Krantz 75-75-71=221. 1, Mordt 70-72-68=210; T6, Krantz 72-75-72=219; T20, Murray 75-76-74=225. T2, Krantz 71-72=143; T19, Reeves 78-70=148; T19, Murray 77-71=148. T5, Mordt 70-69-76=215; T30, Krantz 73-72-77=222; T41, Reeves 77-75-72=224. T5, Krantz 74-72-71=217; T5, Murray 71-75-71=217; T8, Baker* 73-73-73=219. T4, Murray 75-68-74=217; T4, Mordt 72-74-71=217; 14, Campbell* 72-74-73=219. 4, Mordt 70-74-71=215; T19, Krantz 71-78-73=222; T42, Campbell 76-74-76=226. 1, Krantz 69-70-69=208; T2, Mordt 71-71-71=213; T4, Reeves 74-74-70=218. T9, Mordt 73-71-68=212; T46, Reeves 74-76-75=225; T52, Krantz 72-82-75=229. T31, Campbell 72-73-71=216; T103, Krantz 75-80-72=227; T111, Mordt 75-75-79=229.

Finish T-3rd/15 T-6th/18 T-3rd/15 2nd/20 2nd/16 13th/15 3rd/18 5th/13 3rd/16 2nd/15 4th/19 T-4th/10 T-16th/27

Score 284-278-297=859 291-287-288=866 299-289-292=880 283-287-289=859 290-283-290=863 309-307-315=931 298-299-296=893 297-295-287=879 285-288-294=867 289-293-297=879 306-296-307=909 287-296-300=883 298-307-296=901

UT Arlington Results 3, Mordt 68-66-73=207; 6, Reeves 72-67-71=210; T36, Murray 72-74-76=222. T4, Reeves 71-67-71=209; T29, Zamorano 75-72-71=218; T34, Mordt 75-72-72=219. T8, Murray 74-72-70=216; T19, Reeves 77-71-73=221; T35, Mordt 72-74-79=225. 1, Reeves 67-74-70=211; T5, Zamorano 71-70-72=213; T14, Mordt 71-74-72=217. T6, Reeves 70-70-73=213; T9, Mordt 71-71-72=214; T23, Murray 75-72-71=218. T34, Mordt 77-76-78=231; T45, Reeves 75-74-85=234; T50, Zamorano 77-81-78=236. T13, Mordt 76-76-70=222; T18, Douthit 73-74-76=223; 31, Reeves 74-72-79=225. T10, Douthit 73-71-73=217; T15, Reeves 74-76-69=219; T20, Zamorano 75-77-89=221. T3, Reeves 71-70-69=210; T10, Douthit 71-71-75=217; T14, Zamorano 70-72-76=218. T6, Reeves 70-73-74=217; T6, Zamorano 71-75-71=217; 14, Mordt 71-74-77=222. T11, Reeves 75-75-75=225; T23, Zamorano 72-72-76=220; T28, Murray 76-73-81=230. T4, Reeves 69-74-75=218, T11, Zamorano 72-72-76=220; T11, Douthit 74-73-73=220. T47, Mordt 75-78-70=223; T60, Zamorano 74-76-75=225; T63, Reeves 73-77-76=226.

Finish T-3rd/15 8th/17 13th/15 11th/18 T-10th/18 9th/16 5th/18 T-7th/15 4th/15 1st/16 5th/10

Score 284-278-297=859 303-303-315=921 299-291-299=889 290-288-300=878 300 295-294-303=892 295-296-288=879 288-293-302=883 281-289-289=859 287-292-312=891 305-302-283=890

UT Arlington Results 3, Mordt 68-66-73=207; 6, Reeves 72-67-71=210; T36, Murray 72-74-76=222. T22, Zamorano 77-75-77=229; T33, Reeves 70-81-80=231; T33, Easton 79-74-78=231 T20, Reeves 75-69-74=218; T37, Easton 73-73-76=222; T37, Zamorano 75-74-74=222 T14, Reeves 67-75-72=214; T20, Easton 75-67-74=216; T52, Zamroano 73-71-78=222 25, Zamorano 73; T45, Myers 75; T56, Reeves 76 T12, Reeves 72-73-74-219; T26, Zamorano 74-74-76=222; T49, Massa 75-76-76=227 T17, Reeves 75-73-72=220; T25 van de Venter 73-75-73=221; T33, Massa 75-74-73=222 T7, Easton 69-70-74=213; T21, van de Venter 71-72-77=220; T57, Massa 78-78-74=230 T2, Reeves 69-68-71=208; T12, Massa 71-72-71=214; T30, van de Venter 71-76-72=219 1, Massa 72-72-75=219; T6, van de Venter 72-72-78=222; T13, Easton 68-78-78=224 T11, van de Venter 74-74-70=218; T31, Reeves 73-80-72=225; T31, Baker 81-74-70=225

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Tournament, Course, Location, Date Northwest Collegiate Classic, Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore., Sept. 19-20 Wolfpack Invitational, Arrowcreek CC, Reno, Nev., Sept. 26-28 Baylor Bear Invitational, Bear Ridge CC, Waco, Texas, Oct. 10-11 Squire Creek Intercollegiate, Squire Creek CC, Choudrant, La., Oct. 17-18 Herb Wimberley Classic, The University Club, Las Cruces, N.M., Oct. 31-Nov. 1 Mercedez-Benz Championship, Sawgrass CC, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., Feb. 5-7 Rio Pinar Intercollegiate, Rio Pinar CC, Orlando, Fla., Feb. 13-14 All-American Golf Classic, Tradition at Cypresswood, Houston, Texas, Feb. 27-28 Border Olympics, Laredo CC, Laredo, Texas, March 17-18 First Tee Invitational, Chenal CC, Little Rock, Ark., March 27-28 St. Mary’s Invitational, Poppy Hills GC, Pebble Beach, Calif., April 10-11 Southland Conference Championship, Deerwood Club, Kingwood, Texas, April 17-19 NCAA Central Regional, Sand Ridge GC, Cleveland, Ohio, May 18-20

2006-07 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Northwest Collegiate Classic, Trysting Tree GC, Corvallis, Ore., Sept. 19-20 Scenic City Invitational, The Honors GC, Ooltewah, Tenn., Sept. 11-12 Mattaponi Springs Shootout, Mattaponi Springs GC, Ruther Glen, Va., Sept. 25-26 Wolf Pack Classic, Wolf Run GC, Reno, Nev., Oct. 2-3 Squire Creek Intercollegiate, Squire Creek CC, Choudrant, La., Oct. 15-16 Hawaii Fall Intercollegiate, Kaneohe Klipper GC, Kanoeohe, Ha., Nov. 6-8 Rio Pinar Intercollegiate, Rio Pinar GC, Orlando, Fla., Feb. 19-20 Callaway Golf Invitational, The Farms GC, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., March 5-6 Border Olympics, Laredo CC, Laredo, Texas, March 15-17 Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic, Wichita CC, Wichita, Kan., April 2-3 Southland Conference, Comanche Trace GC, Kerrville, Texas, April 16-18

2007-08 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Finish Score St. Mary’s Invitational, Poppy Hills GC, Pebble Beach, Calif., Sept. 10-11 T3rd/18 295-296-292=883 Texas Cup Intercollegiate, University of Texas GC, Austin, Texas, Sept. 17-18 T1st/11 296-286=582 UT Arlington Fall Classic, Waterchase GC, Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 1-2 1st/15 282-275-294=851 Squire Creek Intercollegiate, Squire Creek GC, Choudrant, La., Oct. 15-16 9th/18 294-300-287=882 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate, University Club GC, Las Cruces, N.M., Oct. 29-30 2nd/17 282-278-275=835 2007 Turtle Bay Intercollegiate, Turtle Bay Resort, Kahuku, Hawaii, Nov. 5-7 3rd/21 270-281-272=823 UCF/Rio Pinar Intercollegiate, Rio Pinar CC, Orlando, Fla., Feb. 25-26 6th/18 290-288-290=868 The Wrangler, Split Rail Links and GC, Aledo, Feb. 25-26 NA Callaway Golf Invitational, The Farms GC, Rancho Santa Fe., Calif., March 10-11 12th/15 305-302-295=902 Border Olympics, Laredo CC, Laredo, Texas, March 14-15 T4th/14 291-305-286=882 Diet Pepsi/Shocker Classic, Wichita CC, Wichita, Kan., March 31-April 1 5th/16 288-295-300=883 SLC Championships, Gray Plantation GC, Lake Charles, La., April 14-16 6th/10 302-299-296=897 NCAA Central Regional Tournament, OSU Scarlet Course, Columbus, Ohio, May 15-17 22nd/27 308-298-310=916

UT Arlington Results T8, Fischer 73-74-71=218; T28, Easton 77-73-73=223; Massa 78-74-71=223 T3, Easton 75-68=143; 7, Van deVenter 73-71=144; T8, Wilkins* 73-72=145 T2, Van deVenter 68-70-74=212; T5, Massa 74-68-74=215; T5 Easton 70-75-70=215 T19, Van deVenter 75-72-71=218; T45, Easton 71-79-73=223; T45, Massa 75-77-71=223 3, Massa 70-69-66=205; T5 Reeves 70-69-69=208; T13 Van deVenter 70-71-70=211 T3, Reeves 65-71-65=201; T8, Massa 64-71-68=203; Easton 74-67-69=210 T12, Massa 73-71-70=214; T27 Reeves 73-73-72=218; T27 Fischer 75-72-71=218 2, Carrigan 73-75=148; 4, Dowie 74-79=153; 5, Michael Mullin 73-81=154 T20, Carrigan 77-72-72=222; T36, Van deVenter 74-77-75=226; T46, Reeves 76-78-74=228 T13, Reeves 71-75-74=220; T13, Massa 75-75-70=220; T18, Fischer 72-77-72=221 1, Carrigan* 67-68=71=206; T9, Van deVenter 71-71-74=216; T29, Reeves 68-80-74=223 T8, Massa 76-74-71=221; 13, Reeves 72-76-75=223; T14 T33, Massa 82-70-73=225; T59, Michael Van deVenter 80-77-77=234; T75 Carrigan 75-75-80=230

2008-09 Tournament, Course, Location, Date Saint Mary’s Invitational, Poppy Hills GC, Pebble Beach, Calif., Sept. 29-30 Louisiana Tech Squire Classic, Squire Creek GC, Choudrant, La., Oct. 13-14 UTA/Waterchase Invitational, Waterchase GC, Fort, Worth, Texas, Oct. 27-28 Turtle Bay Invitational, Turtley Bay Resort GC, Kahuku, Hawai’i, Nov. 10-12 UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational, Oak Hills CC, San Antonio, Texas, Feb. 16-17 Rio Pinar Invitaitional, Rio Pinar CC, Orlando, Fla., Feb. 23-24 Border Olympics, Laredo CC, Laredo, Texas, March 13-14 Mobile Bay Intercollegiate, Magnolia Grove Falls GC, Mobile, Ala., March 22-24 UMB Bank/Mizzou Intercollegiate, Old Hawthorne Club, Columbia, Mo., April 13-14 Southland Conference Championship, Comanche Trace, Kerrville, Tex., April 27-29 NCAA Regionals, UT Golf CLub, Austin, Tex., May 14-16

Finish 6th/16 13th/16 1st/16 3rd/19 2nd/14 2nd/21 4th/16 6th/16 T2nd/14 2nd/10 8th/13

Score 292-287-289=868 296-293-290=879 295-280-289=864 280-299-271=850 281-280-283=844 290-287-288=865 286-302-300=800 304-305-301=910 275-305-296=876 284-288-297=869 308-290-295=893

UT Arlington Results 8, Easton 73-69-71=213; T18 Fischer 77-69-71=217; T23, Van deVenter 69-74-75=218 T24, Massa 74-73-71=218; T39 Easton 71-78-72=221; T47 Van deVenter 77-73-72=222 1, Van deVenter 71-67-67=205; 2 Massa 70-70-68=208; T11 Fischer 77-71-75=211 2 Massa 70-74-62=206; T18 Fischer 69-75-69+213; T25 Carrigan 72-75-67=214 T3 Fischer 71-70-69=210; T11 Van deVenter 67-72-75=214; T17 Easton 69-73-74=216 2 Massa 70-69-67=206; T22 Easton 75-74-70=219; T53 Carrigan 73-75-76=224 1 Massa 66-73-72=211; T20 Van deVenter 70-78-75=223; T51 Carrigan 75-78-77=230; T51 Fischer 79-75-76=230 T17 Massa 77-73-77=227; T31 Van deVenter 74-79-77=230; T31 Carrigan 79-78-73+230 T9 Van deVenter 68-77-74=219; T9 Fischer 72-74-73=219; T12 Carrigan 68-79-74=221 T1 Fischer 67-68-77=212; T8 Massa 70-75-73=218; T11 Easton 74-72-74=220 T18 Carrigan 77-71-74=222; T18 Fischer 71-77-74=222; T31 Easton 79-74-72=225

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A Adkins, Larry 1980-81 Allen, John................................... 1963-66 Allen, Landon............................... 2001-04 Anderson, Larry.................................1968 Antunes, Gary.............................. 2001-03 Ashworth, Mark............................ 1996-98 Atchison, Arthur........................... 1986-88

C Caldwell, Kenneth........................ 1978-79 Campbell, Marc........................... 2003-07 Carlson, Nathan....................... 1998-2001 Carpenter, Jon-Charles................... 2004-05 Carrigan, Kevin............................ 2007-09 Chick, Tom................................... 1976-80 Christenson, Tony........................ 1984-85 Cochran, Leonard........................ 1967-68 Coldwell, Kenneth..............................1979 Cook, Terry.................................. 1980-81 Copeland, Don...................................1968 Craddock, Kevin.......................... 1987-90 Curlee, Todd................................ 1988-90 D Daniel, David............................... 1982-83 Deetlefs, Reino............................ 2002-03 Douthit, Michael.................... 2003-04, 05-07 Dowie, Donald................................. 2006Doyle, Cody................................. 1987-88 E Easton, Bryce.................................. 2006Eaton, Scott................................. 1981-82 Eaton, Scott................................. 1986-88 Edge, Jason...................... 1994-95, 97-98 Ehler, Jay..................................... 1987-89 Erickson, Chris............................ 2002-04 Estorga, Anthony......................... 2002-03 Everson, Michael..................... 1998-2000

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F Faris, George............................... 1978-79 Fischer, Zack................................... 2007Forbes, Chris............................... 1994-99 Fugerson, David.......................... 1978-79 G Gardner, J.B................................ 1989-90 Garvin, Danny.............................. 1978-79 Garza, Roel................................. 1964-66 Gibson, Dana.....................................1966 Giebelhaus, Buck........................ 1995-96 Godby, Trent................................ 1988-89 Gray, Brad.........................................1978 Green, Brett......................................1986 Gregory, David............................. 1991-92 Gregory, Greg.............................. 1992-95 Groom, Brett................................ 1978-82 H Hamilton, Ed................................ 1963-65 Hand, Keith.................................. 1988-89 Harper, Doug............................... 1987-89 Hatch, Steve................................ 1987-90 Headrick, Scott............................ 1978-79 Heineman, Tommy....................... 1998-99 Hendon, Steve...................................1970 Herring, Trey.................................... 2009Hodgeson, Bill...................................1980 Holcomb, Justin....................... 1999-2000 Horrell, Rod.......................................1978 Hughes, Jason............................. 1994-98 Hunsche, Don.............................. 1985-87 J Johnson, James.......................... 1978-79 Johnson, Luke............................. 1995-96 Jones, Eric................................... 1990-91 Jones, Mike................................. 1978-79 K Kallgren, Martin........................... 2001-03 Kendrick, Lee............................... 1992-94 Kimball, Steve.............................. 1969-70 King, Corby.............................. 1997-2000 King, Tony.................................... 1982-84 Krantz, Jordan............................. 2001-05 Kurdziel, Kenneth........................ 1978-79 L Lancaster, Bryan................................1970 Lathen, Rusty.............................. 1968-69 Lauritsen, Terry.................. 1990-92, 93-95 Leverett, Clay.............................. 1993-94 Leverett, Matt............................... 1992-94 Lilinberg, Magnus........................ 1985-87 Lott Jr., Jerry............................ 1999-2000 Lucio, Henry................................ 1986-87 Lumsden, Phil....................................1966 M Mack, Todd.............................. 1999-2000

Main, Luke............................... 2000-2002 Main, Nathan............................... 1994-98 Maldonado, Olvin......................... 1983-85 Malone, Frank....................................1964 Marais, Rohan......................... 2000-2002 Markham, Bubba...............................1963 Martinez, Chris............................ 1990-91 Massa, Bobby.................................. 2006Matthews, Paul............................ 1990-93 Mauer, Scott............................ 2000-2002 Marx, Matthew............................. 1996-98 McDaniel, Gary............................ 1990-91 McGee, Kent................................ 1980-81 McIntosh, Euan............................ 2001-03 McMann, George......................... 1980-81 McNeely, Taylor........................... 2004-05 McPherson, Reid......................... 2000-02 Metcalf, Jack................................ 1993-94 Michael, Charles................................1967 Miller, Doug.................................. 2001-02 Mordt, Tyrone.............................. 2002-06 Morris, Terry................................. 1964-66 Mullen, Brandon.......................... 2000-03 Mullin, Michael................................. 2005Munson, B................................................. Murphy, T.J.................................. 2000-02 Murray, Jeff.................................. 2004-06 Muth, Shad.................................. 2000-02 Myers, Chris................................ 2003-07

Sandacz, Kevin..................................1976 Scherr, Jason............................... 2000-01 Schultze, Justin........................... 2000-02 Schwartz, Greg............................ 1983-85 Shankle, Shane........................... 1992-94 Singh, Harry................................. 1995-99 Slade, Gene.......................................1980 Smith, Bob.........................................1974 Stark, Dennis............................... 1978-79 Stoppel, Jeff................................. 2002-03 Swisher, Brian.............................. 1992-94 Szaniszlo, Chris........................... 1985-87

N Norgart, Jim.......................................1964

W Watson, Travis............................. 2005-07 Weaver, Rob................................ 1985-87 Wehman, Harvey......................... 1963-66 West, Pat..................................... 1989-91 White, Josh.................................. 2003-05 Wilkins, Buddy...................................2007 Willenborg, Mike.......................... 1988-93 Williams, Tommy.......................... 1968-70 Wilson, John................................ 1980-82 Witcher, Bobby..................................1963 Wolff, Garry................................. 1968-71

O Olsen, Jim..........................................1976 P Palmer, George........................... 1978-80 Palmer, Josh................................ 1993-96 Parker, Richard..................................1970 Payne, Doug......................................1971 Payne, Robert.............................. 1991-93 Pennington, Pete......................... 2002-04 Petty, Billy.................................... 1983-84 Pollard, Tim................................. 1987-88 Ponder, Tom................................ 1978-79 Puglielli, Robert........................... 1978-79 Pye, Thomas........................... 1999-2000 R Ratliff, Kurt.........................................1978 Reed, Dan.........................................1976 Reed, Steve................................. 1971-72 Reeves, Zack............................... 2004-08 Richard, Kevin............................. 1992-94 Richardson, Bobby...................... 1988-93 Richardson, Ronnie..................... 1978-79 Riley, Larry................................... 1983-87 Ross, Ryan.................................. 1993-95 Rushing, John....................................1980

T Taylor, Jamey................................... 2007Thethy, Charan............................ 1995-99 Tipton, Mike.......................................1969 Tobian, Ben.............................. 1996-2001 Tracy,.................................................1984 Tsolakis, Apo.....................................2009 V Vadner, Chris............................... 2000-01 Vadner, Mike................................ 1970-71 Van de Venter, Michael.................... 2006Varrichio, Kevin................................ 2006Vasquez, Jody............................. 1967-68 Vokes, Tim................................... 1980-84 Vondra, James......................... 1999-2001

Y Young, Mark......................................1970

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B Babb, Adam............................. 1998-2000 Bailey, Scott................................. 1987-88 Baker, Bryan................................ 2002-07 Barker, Rich.......................................1976 Baumann, Marc........................... 1992-93 Bearb, Tim................................... 1996-98 Bell, David.........................................1978 Berry, Mark....................... 1978-79, 80-81 Binion, Brian................................ 2000-01 Bittikoffer, Tom...................................1964 Bohannon, Davie...............................1978 Boisture, David............................ 1988-90 Boles, Mitch................................. 2003-05 Bridges, Bobby............................ 1990-94 Bridges, Scott......................................196 Buksa, Eric.................................. 1990-91 Burger, Callie............................... 2001-02 Burk Jr., Austin......................... 1999-2000 Burkett, Judd............................... 1994-95 Burseen, Ron............................... 1967-68 Burseen, Tom.............................. 1964-67 Burton, Tommy..................................1969

Exparza, Ryan............................. 1988-89

Z Zamorano, Ryan.......................... 2005-07 ALL-TIME COACHES Charlie Key................... 1965-66, 1974-76 Tom Tinker................................... 1967-73 Donald Deere.............................. 1976-92 Chris Colbert................................ 1993-96 Mark Hankins............................... 1997-99 Jay Rees............................. 1999- present

S Salinas, Arnold............................. 1962-65 Salter, Larry................................. 1980-81

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YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS 1962-63* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Arnold Salinas 4 278 69.50 67 Bubba Markham 4 294 73.50 73 Bobby Witcher 4 294 73.50 72 Harvey Wehman 4 304 76.00 72 John Allen 4 313 78.25 77

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1963-64* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Harvey Wehman 4 303 75.75 71 John Allen 5 392 78.40 75 Frank Malone 2 160 80.00 75 Arthur Salinas 5 401 80.20 79 Jim Norgart 5 407 81.40 75

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1964-65* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Tom Burseen 7 534 76.29 69 Ed Hamilton 9 696 77.33 73 Harvey Wehman 9 698 77.56 71 John Allen 9 710 78.89 76 Terry Morris 9 714 79.33 75

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1965-66* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Harvey Wehman 15 1141 76.07 72 Roel Garza 12 917 76.42 71 John Allen 15 1150 76.67 72 Tom Burseen 15 1153 76.87 73 Phil Lumsden 15 1164 77.60 67 Terry Morris 2 165 82.50 79 Dana Gibson 3 253 84.33 81

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1966-67* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Leonard Cochran 10 775 77.50 73 Jody Vazquez 8 622 77.75 72 Tom Burseen 10 786 78.60 72 Ronnie Burseen 10 809 80.90 73 Charles Michael 10 814 81.40 74

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1967-68* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Jody Vazquez 4 291 72.75 70 Dan Copeland 8 588 73.50 68 Gary Wolff 10 741 74.10 69 Tommy Williams 6 450 75.00 73 Rusty Lathen 6 454 75.67 70 1968-69* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Gary Wolff 12 892 74.33 71 Tommy Burton 12 935 77.92 74 Rusty Lathen 12 937 78.08 74 Mike Tipton 6 469 78.17 75 Scott Bridges 7 549 78.43 76 Tommy Williams 9 706 78.44 72

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1969-70* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Gary Wolff 8 594 74.25 66 Mike Vardner 12 908 75.67 70 Tommy Williams 12 911 75.92 71 Bryan Lancaster 8 610 76.25 70 Steve Kimball 6 476 79.33 76 Mark Young 12 974 81.17 72 Steve Hendon 2 169 84.50 84 1970-71* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Steve Read 3 220 73.33 72 Mike Vardner 3 225 75.00 73 Bryan Lancaster 3 226 75.33 72 Gary Wolff 3 226 75.33 72 Doug Payne 3 232 77.33 74

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1971-72* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Hi Steve Read 3 217 72.33 70 77 1972-73* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Mike Vardner 4 299 74.75 72 Bryan Lancaster 4 301 75.25 70 Joe Massa 4 302 75.50 69 Bill Bledsoe 4 307 76.75 76 Bob Smith 4 307 76.75 73

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1975-76* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Kevin Sandacz 6 446 74.33 73 Jim Olsen 6 462 77.00 75 Rich Barker 6 463 77.17 72 Tom Chick 6 474 79.00 75 Garry Wolff 4 319 79.75 79 Dan Reed 2 167 83.50 82

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1976-77* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo David Bell 4 310 77.50 76 Kevin Sandacz 4 315 78.75 76 Earl Merrifield 4 316 79.00 76 David Bohannon 4 330 82.50 78 Kurt Ratliff 4 330 82.50 77

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1977-78* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Kurt Ratliff 7 529 75.57 72 David Ferguson 4 308 77.00 73 Brad Gray 3 233 77.67 76 Mike Jones 4 315 78.75 78 David Bell 7 556 79.43 76 Rod Harrell 3 244 81.33 74 David Bohannon 3 245 81.67 76 Earl Merrifield 4 340 85.00 81

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1978-79* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo George Farris 1 71 71.00 71 Mike Jones 2 150 75.00 74 James Johnson 6 457 76.17 75 George Palmer 12 929 77.42 78 Danny Garvin 6 467 77.83 80 Ronnie Richardson 2 158 79.00 76 David Ferguson 3 239 79.67 78 Bret Groom 4 333 83.25 79

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1979-80* Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Hi Kent McGee 27 2037 75.44 74 84 Tom Chick 21 1623 77.29 73 83 Steen 2 156 78.00 71 85 Larry Salter 18 1405 78.06 73 85 Bill Hodgson 15 1179 78.60 71 91 Tim Vokes 3 236 78.67 76 80 George McMann 23 1810 78.70 74 85 Bret Groom 11 873 79.36 75 86 Gene Slade 3 239 79.67 77 83 George Palmer 7 572 81.71 76 86 Carter 7 574 82.00 78 86 Williams 2 164 82.00 82 82 Tom Ponder 6 498 83.00 76 90 Mark Berry 4 333 83.25 83 84 *Results for tournament available. All tournaments not listed. 1980-81 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Larry Salter 23 1772 77.04 72 George McMann 23 1806 78.52 72 Ken McGee 21 1653 78.71 70 Tim Vokes 24 1915 79.79 75 Gene Slade 6 483 80.50 79 Mark Berry 16 1300 81.25 74 Terry Cook 15 1224 81.60 76 Slagle 3 245 81.67 79 Brett Groom 9 757 84.11 81 Larry Adkins 1 86 86.00 86 Hall 1 91 91.00 91

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1982-83 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo David Daniel 23 1756 76.35 68 Jonas Liljenberg 13 996 76.62 72 Scott Eaton 9 697 77.44 77 Olvin Maldonado 9 697 77.44 72 Tim Vokes 16 1270 79.38 73 Billy Petty 16 1278 79.88 74 Tony King 13 1040 80.00 74 George McMann 12 972 81.00 74 Tom Murphy 7 567 81.00 76 Andy Christensen 2 163 81.50 81 Chris Szaniszlo 2 174 87.00 85 Sid Grant 2 180 90.00 85

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1983-84 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Larry Riley 17 1330 78.24 71 Olvin Maldonado 13 1028 79.08 72 Billy Petty 10 792 79.20 72 Tim Vokes 21 1664 79.24 73 Chris Szaniszlo 8 634 79.25 76 Kent Tracy 7 555 79.29 74 Greg Schwartz 17 1350 79.41 71 Andy Christensen 5 399 79.80 74 Tony King 16 1337 83.56 72

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1984-85 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Olvin Maldonado 16 1220 76.25 71 Greg Schwartz 11 849 77.18 70 Larry Riley 22 1725 78.41 72 Chris Szaniszlo 20 1575 78.75 69 Don Hunsche 13 1036 79.69 74 Rob Weaver 18 1448 80.44 72 Tony Christensen 13 1056 81.23 76 Art Atchison 6 489 81.50 76 Magnus Liljenberg 3 247 82.33 79

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1985-86 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Larry Riley 28 2130 76.07 70 Scott Eaton 22 1693 76.95 68 Magnus Liljenberg 7 539 77.00 74 Rob Weaver 19 1484 78.11 70

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1986-87 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Scott Bailey 22 1689 76.77 71 Brett Green 22 1738 79.00 74 Kevin Craddock 20 1612 80.60 75 Art Atchison 11 893 81.18 80 Steve Hatch 11 899 81.73 71 Brad Munson 11 909 82.64 76 Henry Lucio 11 912 82.91 78 Clay Jett 2 172 86.00 83

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1987-88 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Scott Bailey 23 1765 76.74 72 Art Atchison 22 1717 78.05 72 Kevin Craddock 19 1522 80.11 72 Doug Harper 7 563 80.43 77 Steve Hatch 21 1707 81.29 75 Tim Pollard 2 165 82.50 82 Jay Ehler 18 1498 83.22 77 Cody Doyle 2 171 85.50 85

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1988-89 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Kevin Craddock 29 2248 77.52 71 Todd Curlee 29 2259 77.90 71 Mike Willenborg 21 1659 79.00 71 Steve Hatch 23 1835 79.78 71 David Boisture 6 479 79.83 76 Doug Harper 19 1532 80.63 73 Trent Godby 10 809 80.90 77 Cody Doyle 5 406 81.20 78 Bobby Richardson 13 1080 83.08 74 Greg Shuck 3 250 83.33 80 Jay Ehler 2 175 87.50 81 Ryan Exparza 3 286 95.33 92

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1989-90 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Todd Curlee 28 2126 75.93 71 Doug Harper 6 458 76.33 70 Greg Gardner 11 850 77.27 72 Kevin Craddock 28 2169 77.46 71 Pat West 26 2018 77.62 70 JB Gardner 13 1019 78.38 70 Mike Willenberg 6 474 79.00 75 Matt Webb 8 636 79.50 75 Steve Hatch 18 1437 79.83 75 David Boisture 12 959 79.92 74 Bobby Richardson 11 896 81.45 74

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1990-91 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Terry Lauritsen 24 1811 75.46 71 Pat West 27 2058 76.22 69 Bobby Richardson 27 2100 77.78 69 Bobby Bridges 16 1247 77.94 71 Mike Willenberg 21 1645 78.33 72 Paul Matthews 20 1580 79.00 73 Eric Jones 12 949 79.08 73 JB Gardner 5 398 79.60 73 Gary McDaniel 11 876 79.64 75 Danny Jones 5 427 85.40 83

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1992-93 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Greg Gregory 26 1911 73.50 68 Bobby Bridges 26 1979 76.12 70 Kevin Richard 6 457 76.17 73 Mark Baumann 4 313 78.25 75 Matt Leverelle 23 1811 78.74 72 Brian Swisher 26 2101 80.81 71 Shane Shankle 13 1088 83.69 75 Lee Kendrick 5 421 84.20 79

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1993-94 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Greg Gregory 26 1966 75.62 70 Bobby Bridges 26 1975 75.96 67 Terry Lauritsen 25 1901 76.04 68 Jason Hatfield 6 461 76.83 69 Jake Metcalf 26 2014 77.46 72 Ryan Moss 20 1574 78.70 70

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1994-95 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Greg Gregory 34 2530 74.41 67 Josh Palmer 11 835 75.91 72 Nathan Main 34 2602 76.53 69 Chris Forbes 34 2621 77.09 71 Jason Hughes 34 2628 77.29 69 Jason Edge 5 392 78.40 74 Judd Burkett 3 240 80.00 78 Terry Lauritsen 22 1764 80.18 73

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1981-82 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Scott Eaton 21 1638 78.00 72 Larry Riley 2 156 78.00 76 Mark Berry 2 156 78.00 77 Tim Vokes 21 1641 78.14 71 John Wilson 15 1181 78.73 73 Kent McGee 5 394 78.80 75 Andy Christensen 8 633 79.13 76 Bret Groom 19 1504 79.16 73 George McMann 4 321 80.25 77 Tony King 14 1129 80.64 73 Gary Gray 12 977 81.42 72 David Groom 1 88 88.00 88

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1995-96 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Nathan Main 33 2488 75.39 69 Harry Singh 30 2276 75.87 70 Chris Forbes 27 2061 76.33 70 Charon Thety 25 1930 77.20 72 Jason Hughes 33 2548 77.21 70 Brett Giebelhaus 18 1394 77.44 73 Josh Palmer 5 391 78.20 74

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1996-97 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Nathan Main 35 2604 74.40 69 Harry Singh 29 2196 75.72 70 Charon Thety 29 2215 76.38 71 Jason Hughes 29 2224 76.69 70 Mark Ashworth 22 1701 77.32 73 Tim Bearb 15 1663 77.53 72 Matt Marx 12 942 78.50 75

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1997-98 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Harry Singh 35 2566 73.31 67 Corby King 28 2087 74.54 70 Charon Thety 15 1127 75.13 71 Chris Forbes 27 2029 75.15 70 Mark Ashworth 9 682 75.78 70 Nathan Main 25 1900 76.00 70 Matt Marx 5 381 76.20 74 Jason Hughes 19 1453 76.47 71

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1998-99 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Hi Charon Thety 28 2072 74.00 69 82 Chris Forbes 25 1852 74.08 69 81 Corby King 28 2091 74.68 68 82 Harry Singh 28 2093 74.75 68 81 Adam Babb 28 2116 75.57 68 80 Jason Edge 3 242 80.67 79 82 1999-2000 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Adam Babb 35 2544 72.69 68 Corby King 29 2140 73.79 65 Thomas Pye 14 1049 74.93 68 Nathan Carlson 27 2039 75.52 69 Ben Tobian 6 459 76.50 73 Justin Holcomb 3 231 77.00 73 Todd Mack 26 2003 77.04 72 Austin Burk 5 388 77.60 71 Jimmy Vondra 18 1407 78.17 71

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2000-01 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Shad Muth 39 2863 73.41 63 Luke Main 36 2647 73.53 68 Justin Schulze 35 2630 75.14 68 Reid McPherson 12 907 75.58 71 Scott Maurer 16 1214 75.88 70 TJ Murphy 6 457 76.17 72

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2001-02 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Luke Main 36 2651 73.64 66 Shad Muth 36 2651 73.64 68 Justin Schultz 36 2691 74.75 68 Brandon Mullen 34 2545 74.85 68 Callie Burger 12 899 74.92 71 Rohan Marias 3 229 76.33 73 Jordan Krantz 20 1533 76.65 68 Doug Miller 3 236 78.67 76

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2002-03 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Anthony Estorga 29 2119 72.91 67 Chris Erickson 12 887 73.92 69 Pete Pennington 3 222 74.00 70 Brandon Mullen 29 2161 74.52 69 Tyrone Mordt 29 2172 74.90 68 Jordan Krantz 20 1506 75.30 66 Landon Allen 17 1290 75.88 69 Reid McPherson 3 228 76.00 73 Garry Antunes 12 925 77.08 73 Reino Deetlefs 3 232 77.33 73

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2003-04 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Tyrone Mordt 30 2214 73.80 69 Landon Allen 33 2469 74.82 66 Marc Campbell 24 1799 74.95 69 Jordan Krantz 24 1805 75.20 65 Michael Douthit 12 919 76.58 69 Mitch Boles 9 690 76.67 73 Chris Myers 18 1385 76.94 72 Bryan Baker 12 935 77.92 70 Pete Pennington 12 936 78.00 72 Chris Erickson 9 728 80.89 75

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2004-05 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Tyrone Mordt 36 2617 72.69 68 Jeff Murray 36 2664 73.13 68 Jordan Krantz 36 2638 73.27 69 Zack Reeves 33 2462 74.60 70 Bryan Baker 18 1347 74.83 69 Marc Campbell 36 2695 74.86 70

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2005-06 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Zack Reeves 39 2838 72.76 67 Ryan Zamorano 39 2893 74.17 69 Tyrone Mordt 39 2905 74.48 66 Marc Campbell 15 1125 75.00 70 Michael Douthit 33 2481 75.18 68

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2006-07 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Zack Reeves 28 2,071 73.69 67 Bobby Massa 18 1,340 74.44 71 Ryan Zamorano 13 968 74.46 71 Mi. Van de Venter 21 1,564 74.47 70 Bryce Easton 28 2,087 74.58 67 Bryan Baker 12 908 75.67 70 Chris Myers 1 75 75.00 Kevin Varrichio 9 717 79.67 77

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2007-08 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Michael Douthit 9 651 72.33 69 Bobby Massa 35 2,558 73.08 64 Zack Reeves 35 2,574 73.54 65 M. Van deenter 38 2,802 73.74 67 Kevin Carrigan 17 1,266 74.47 67 Bryce Easton 26 1,938 74.54 67 Zack Fischer 26 1,940 74.62 70 Marc Campbell 3 225 75.00 72 Kevin Varrichio 8 605 75.63 72 Donald Dowie 5 378 75.60 74 Michael Mullin 5 393 78.60 76 Buddy Wilkins 5 366 73.20 68

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2008-09 Player Rounds Strokes Avg. Lo Bobby Massa 33 2,390 72.42 62 Zack Fischer 31 2,319 73.19 67 M. Van deVenter 32 2,358 73.69 67 Bryce Easton 30 2,223 74.10 69 Kevin Carrigan 29 2,160 74.48 67 Jamey Taylor 11 847 77.00 72 Donald Dowie 12 903 75.25 69 Michael Mullin 7 531 75.86 73 Kevin Varrichio 12 915 76.25 71 Apo Tsolakis 7 552 78.86 71 Trey Herring 3 232 77.33 76

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OUR MISSION

The University of Texas at Arlington is a comprehensive research, teaching, and public service institution whose mission is the advancement of knowledge and the pursuit of excellence. The University is committed to the promotion of lifelong learning through its academic and continuing education programs and to the formation of good citizenship through its community service learning programs. The diverse student body shares a wide range of cultural values and the University community fosters unity of purpose and cultivates mutual respect.

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The University fosters an active learning enviornment for its 25,000 students, who pursue more than 180 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees with 10 colleges and schools. ● Architecture ● Business ● Education ● Engineering ● Honors College ● Liberal Arts ● Nursing ● Science ● Social Work ● Urban and Public Affairs www.utamavs.com

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WHERE WE RANK

● In America’s Best Archi-

tecture & Design Schools for 2008, Design Intelligence ranked the School of Architecture’s graduate architecture program second in the South.

● The Marketing Depart-

ment ranks 27th worldwide in the latest American Marketing Association ratings in the Journal of Marketing.

● Since 2003, enrollment at

the UT Arlington Fort Worth Center has skyrocketed from 596 to 1,288. Located in downtown Fort Worth, the center offers graduate, undergraduate and continuing education program tailored to the working professional.

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BY THE NUMBERS

● 78 Bachelors ● 74 Masters ● 33 Doctoral Enrollment ● 25,070 total ● 18,999 undergraduate ● 6,071 graduate

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Degrees Offered

Student Body: ● 47 percent White ● 15.2 percent Hispanic ● 13.8 percent African American ● 10.6 percent International ● 10.6 percent Asian ● 2.3 percent Other ● 0.5 percent American Indian

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The University encompasses 420 acres and includes more than 100 buildings, some dating from 1919. In the past five years, the construction or renovation of more than a dozen buildings has added 1.2 million square feet to the physical plant. ● Construction began in 2008 on the $150 millon Engineering Research Complex, which will forge innovative partnerships between engineering and science. Other projects include the Civil Engineering Laboratory Building, which opened in August 2008, and an expansion of the Engineering Lab Building. ● The School of Nursing’s Smart Hospital provides 13,000 square feet of space for student nurses to use cutting-edge learing technology. The facility features more than 30 full-body patient simulators in a 23-bed simulated hospital enviorment. ● UT Arlington’s purchases from Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUBs) ranked 12th among state agencies in Texas last year. HUB purchases accounted for almost a third of the Universities total expenditures.

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MAVERICK ACTIVITIES CENTER

● 20,000 sq. ft. weight and

fitness room (80+ pieces of cardio equipment, 4 circuit training units & free weight area

● 4 multipurpose rooms -

yoga, martial arts, aerobics, and more.

● 10 Badminton courts ● Game room which includes table tennis

● Social corridor with group seating and activity viewing

● Internet café with juice

● 5 Indoor basketball courts

bar (wired and wireless connection)

● 9 Volleyball courts

● Men’s and women’s health

● Indoor soccer gymnasium ● 2 Indoor tracks - 1/16 mile

club style locker rooms

● Wellness resouce center

and 1/9 mile

● Conference rooms

● 5 Racquetball courts

● Climbing wall

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The Maverick Activities Center (MAC), a $34.5 millon recreation facility, is approximately 190,000 sq. ft. and includes:

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SPECIAL EVENTS CENTER

● Approximately 200,000 square feet

● Seating Capacity: 6,600 ●Cost: Approximately $73 million

● Construction: Designed

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UT Arlington announced on Feb. 12, 2009, the addition of the Special Events Center, which will be located at the northeast corner of campus between South Center and South Pecan streets at West Second Street.

to achieve LEED Silver Certification, continuting UT Arlington’s commitment to sustainable development

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ARLINGTON, TEXAS

● Arlington is a city in Tarrant County, within the Dallas-

● Located approximately 12 miles east of downtown

Fort Worth and 20 miles west of downtown Dallas, Arlington is home to the Texas Rangers’ Ballpark in Arlington and the theme parks Six Flags Over Texas and the newly completed Cowboys Stadium.

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Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area. According to a U.S. Census Bureau release, Arlington has an estimated population of 371,038. Arlington is the 7th largest city in Texas and the 50th largest city in the United States.

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DALLAS COWBOYS STADIUM

● America’s team has moved its location to Arlington

with the completion of Cowboys Stadium, just 2.5 miles from UT Arlington’s campus.

● Besides hosting 10 preseason and regular season

Cowboys games, Cowboys Stadium will be the centerpiece of excitement with the following sporting events taking place during 2009-10, 2009 Gold Cup (July 19), World Football Challenge (July 26), Oklahoma vs. BYU (Sept. 5), Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (Oct. 3), Baylor vs. Texas Tech (Nov. 28), Big 12 Football Championship Game (Dec. 5), North Carolina vs. Texas - College Basketball (Dec. 19), AT&T Cotton Bowl (Jan. 2) and the 2010 NBA All-Star Game (Feb. 14).

STADIUM QUICK FACTS ● Stadium site covers 73 total acres. ● Stadium is 3 million square feet. ● Roof structure is 660,800 sq. ft. (one of the largest in the world). ● Approximate capacity of up to 100,000 fans. ● Largest retractable end zone doors in the world (120’X180’). ● Largest scoreboard in the world measuring at 72 ft. tall by 160 ft. wide (sideline boards) while fans in the end zones will view boards measuring 27 ft. tall by 48 ft. wide.

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located just 3.8 miles from UT Arlington’s campus.

● From the exterior to the interior many ideas from other

past ballparks were used when building the ballpark. As fans approach the ballpark, it resembles Ebbets Field with its red brick facade and arches. Once inside the ballpark, a brick Walk of Fame containing information and rosters of every Texas Rangers team extends around the entire facility. The Rangers home field is the only retro ballpark built that is enclosed as over 48,000 seats and four story office complex surround the playing field.

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● The Rangers Ballpark in Arlington was built in 1994,

STADIUM QUICK FACTS ● Stadium opened April 11, 1994 ● Capacity: 48,911 ● Cost: $191 million ● Hosted Major League Baseball All-Star Game in 1995 ● Kenny Rogers perfect game on June 28, 1994 ● Ian Kinsler hits for the cycle and has six hits on Apr. 15, 2009 ● Previous stadium, Arlington Stadium, existed just a quarter of a mile from new stadium. Rangers played in Arlington Stadium from 1972-1993.

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AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER

● The Metroplex features five major professional sports teams and also has five professional/minor league franchises, including the Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, Dallas Mavericks, FC Dallas, Dallas Stars, Frisco RoughRiders, Fort Worth Cats, Grand Prairie AirHogs, Texas Brahmas and the Texas Tornado. ● The NBA All-Star Festivities will be held in Dallas in 2010. The game is expected to set a world record for the highest attendance at a single basketball game with a crowd expected crowd of nearly 100,000 fans. All-Star Saturday will take place at the American Airlines Center.

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● The Metroplex is a convienient travel destination with two airports (Dallas Fort Worth International Airport & Love Field Airport) within 25 miles of UT Arlington. DFW Airport is located 16 miles from campus while Dallas Love Field Airport is 24 miles from the university. DFW connects directly with 133 US markets and 36 international destinations. By 2010, DFW is expected to serve 100 million passengers a year. Love Field is the primary hub of Southwest Airlines and serves six millon passangers annually.

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● Texas Motor Speedway opened in 1996 and was a $250 million project. The facility seats 191,122 fans, including 144 suites. The track is 1.5 miles (oval).

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● UT Arlington has become a first-choice university for students seeking a traditional college experience. With 300 campus organizations to choose from, students find it easy to become active participants in the Maverick community. ● With almost 4,300 students living on campus, UTA provides a robust learning atmosphere. More than 400 live in Kalpana Chawla Hall, which houses the University’s residential living/learning program. 64

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT James D. Spaniolo

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ailed as the ideal person to lead The University of Texas at Arlington into a new era of prominence, James D. Spaniolo was appointed the University’s seventh president in November 2003 by The University of Texas System Board of Regents.

President Spaniolo’s experience in higher education, law, philanthropy, politics and journalism make him uniquely qualified to lead a comprehensive teaching, research and public service institution like UT Arlington. With an enrollment of more than 25,000 students, UT Arlington is the third largest of the 15 institutions in the U.T. System and offers 90 baccalaureate, 74 master’s and 34 doctoral degrees. With a continued focus on technology transfer and economic development, UT Arlington is solidifying its status as a leading research university in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the state and the nation. During the 2002 fiscal year, the University received a 39-percent increase in externally-funded awards over the preceding year. Before coming to UTA, President Spaniolo was dean of Michigan State University’s College of Communication Arts and Sciences. As dean from 1996-2003, he oversaw an enrollment increase of more than 1,000 students and helped establish the James H. and Mary B. Quello Center for Telecommunication Management and Law by raising more than $3.5 million. He forged a partnership with a newspaper corporation in Mexico and strengthened alumni outreach. He was also a professor in the School of Journalism and taught courses on the First Amendment and communications law.

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Before joining Knight Foundation, President Spaniolo was a newspaper executive and lawyer with Knight-Ridder for more than a decade. He was vice president of human resources and assistant to the publisher at the Detroit Free Press and general executive and general counsel at The Miami Herald. He began his legal career with the Miami law firm of Paul & Thomson, which represented The Herald, and later served as associate general counsel of the American Newspaper Publishers Association, where he established the organization’s legal department. He is a member of the Florida Bar and has been admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the 5th and 11th U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. He graduated with high honors from Michigan State in 1968 with a B.A. degree in political science. As a senior, he was editor-in-chief of the student daily, the State News. Following service in the U.S. Army Reserve, he became an assistant to Michigan State President Clifton R. Wharton Jr. from 1970-72. He earned a law degree from The University of Michigan Law School in 1975 and a master’s degree in public administration from The University of Michigan Institute of Public Policy Studies (now the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy).

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2003-2004 Dr. Charles Sorber (Interim) 1995-2003 Dr. Robert Witt 1992-1995 Dr. Ryan Amacher 1972-1992 Dr. Wendell H. Nedderman 1968-1972 Dr. Frank Harrison 1959-1968 Dr. Jack Royce Woolf 1946-1959 Dr. E.H. Hereford 1923-1946 Dean Edward Everett Davis 1917-1923 Dean Myron L. Williams 1916-1917 John B. Dodson 1913-1916 H.K. Taylor 1902-1913 James McCoy Carlisle 1895-1902 Lee Morgan Hammond 1895-1902 William H. Trimble Arlington College, 1895-1902 Carlisle Military Academy, 1902-1913 Arlington Training School, 1913-1916 Arlington Military Academy, 1916-1917 Grubbs Vocational College, 1917-1923 North Texas Agricultural College, 1923-1949 Arlington State College, 1949-1967 The University of Texas at Arlington, 1967-Present

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He took office in February 2004 and immediately began building an administrative team and reaching out to stakeholders to map a course for UT Arlington’s future. Boosting research and private support for the state’s seventh largest university are among his priorities.

Prior to his tenure at Michigan State, he was vice president and chief program officer of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the largest media-related private foundation in the United States with more than $1.5 billion in assets. In seven years with the Knight Foundation, he directed a program that included major grants and initiatives to support journalism and a free press in the United States and worldwide. He also served as a member of the foundation’s Journalism Advisory Committee from 1997-2003.

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President Spaniolo has a son, Jamie, who lives in Washington D.C., and a daughter, Sarah, who lives in Los Angeles.

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Pete Carlon

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he fifth Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at UT Arlington since 1953, Pete Carlon is in his 14th year as the department’s director after serving twice in an interim role. Carlon has been with the university 29 years (since 1981), when he came to UT Arlington from Stephen F. Austin to become the head athletics trainer. He served as assistant or associate athletics director from 1984 until he was named director of athletics in May of 1996. During Carlon’s first tenure as interim athletics director in 1991-92, UT Arlington won five team conference titles and was ranked by the Women’s Sports Foundation as the second best Division I program in the nation in terms of commitment to gender equity. During the 1996-97 year, in Carlon’s first year as the permanent athletics director, the Mavericks claimed both the men’s and women’s Southland Conference All-Sports trophies, a first in the history of the UT Arlington athletics program. In 1998-99, UT Arlington again claimed both the men’s and women’s All-Sports Championship and won the SLC Commissioner’s Cup in the award’s second year of existence. The Commissioner’s Cup recognizes the conference’s best overall athletics program. In all, UT Arlington has won three Commissioner’s Cups and has finished among the top three schools in the race for the Cup each year since programs began competing for the award. During Carlon’s tenure, the UT Arlington women’s teams have captured five SLC All-Sports trophies and the men’s teams have won six all-sports awards. In all, the Mavericks have won 50 team conference championships during Carlon’s tenure as athletics director. In 1997-98, Carlon teamed with thenUniversity President Dr. Robert Witt to join forces with student and faculty leaders to spearhead the campaign for a referendum on a Student Intercollegiate Athletics Fee. This student athletics fee won overwhelming support from the student body and was enacted by the state legislature and

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then Gov. George W. Bush in 1999. The fee was the first of its kind in the state of Texas, and serves as a model for other institutions. Carlon has placed a special emphasis on maintaining an environment of academic excellence for UT Arlington student-athletes. Numerous academic support services and programs have been implemented to assist each studentathlete in their academic endeavors. UT Arlington athletics is involved with the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills program, which provides Maverick student-athletes opportunities for life enriching leadership experiences, community service and life skills training. During his 12-year tenure as head athletics trainer, Carlon served as president of the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association in 1987-88, was a member of the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association (SWATA) Executive Board, and served two terms on the national board of directors for the National Athletic Trainers Association. Carlon received one of the highest honors presented by the organization when he was named recipient of the NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award in 1997. In 1989, Carlon was presented the Frank Medina Award for service to athletics training and mankind, and has twice (1988 and 1996) earned the Eddie Wojecki Award for service to SWATA.

sion I Academics Cabinet, after spending the last year as a member of the NCAA Division I Academics, Eligibility and Compliance Cabinet, the Transfer Issues Ad Hoc Subcommittee and chairing the Division I Financial Aid Subcommittee. Carlon completed a four-year term (1998-2002) on the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports as well as the Subcommittee for Drug Education and Testing. He also is an active participant in the NCAA Athletics Certification process, having served on NCAA Peer Review Teams evaluating 10 other Division I institutions. He served as the president of the I-AAA Athletic Directors Association in 2005-06. Carlon spearheaded a facilities upgrade with the first phase of Clay Gould Ballpark renovation completed. Other facilities that have receive enhancement since 2002 include: the UT Arlington Tennis Center, Allan Saxe Softball Field and the track surface at Maverick Stadium. Carlon earned a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University in 1975 and his master’s degree from Northwest Missouri State University in 1976. He began his professional career at Arlington James Bowie High School in 1976 as a health teacher and athletics trainer, and was the school’s Teacher of the Year in 1978. Carlon and his wife, Beth, who is an elementary school administrator in Irving ISD, are both natives of Gowrie, Iowa.

He was inducted into the SWATA Hall of Fame in 1999 and the NATA Hall of Fame in 2005 - the organization’s highest honor. Carlon served a two-year term as president of the Southland Conference and chair of its executive committee. He previously served on the executive committee in two-year stints as vice president/ chair of the compliance committee and secretary/treasurer and chair of the finance committee. Carlon has also served on several committees, including Southland Conference Honors and Awards, Compliance, Strategic Planning, Championships, Officiating and Marketing and Television. Nationally, Carlon has been recently appointed for a four-year term on the Divi-

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ALMA MATER Dear School we love. You are our Alma Mater, And through the years, Our faith we shall proclaim. We are each one, A loyal son or daughter, Our song of praise, Shall glorify your name. Dear School we love, Forever Arlington.

HOW A GRUBBWORM BECAME A MAVERICK Hornets, Junior Aggies, Blue Riders and Rebels among long list of mascot names An aardvark as UTA’s mascot? It could’ve happened. The story begins more than 80 years ago. From 1917, when it joined the Texas A&M System, to 1921, the school’s athletic teams answered to Grubbers or the school’s name, Grubbs Vocational College) and Shorthorns (after the campus newspaper, The Shorthorn). Grubbers just wasn’t destined to last, and many didn’t like Shorthorns because that’s what freshman teams at the school’s hated rival, The University of Texas at Austin, were called. A Shorthorn editorial Nov. 12, 1921, liked Hornets the idea of the ‘Horn’ and the ‘Sting’ too.” So Hornets it was—but not for long. When the school changed to North Texas Agricultural College in 1923, the yearbook that appeared in the spring was called the Junior Aggie. This set in motion a gradual shift over the years from Hornets to Junior Aggies. In 1949, when the school became Arling-

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ton State College, the nickname was officially changed to Blue Riders. According to an Aug. 25, 1949, article in the Tarrant County Citizen, “It was felt that the name would be appropriate with the school colors (blue and white), and would allow artists an opportunity to sketch attractive designs for team uniforms.” Except Blue Riders never caught on, either. In 1951, President E.H. Hereford called a meeting of as many sophomores as he could find and asked them to suggest yet another mascot. Rebels subsequently won a student vote, and the fight song Dixie and mascot Johnny Red became intricate parts of the theme and continued as ASC became a four-year school in 1959. The theme was never seriously questioned until spring 1965 when some argued that Rebels depicted a symbol of slavery. Others maintained that it represented Southern heritage. Several votes for name changes were held over the next six years, including one in 1968 (one year after the school became The Univer-

sity of Texas at Arlington) when Aardvarks was the top vote-getter behind Rebels. In February 1970, with Rebels not being one of the choices, Texans won out over Mavericks and Apollos, but Mavericks prevailed in a runoff. The battle still wasn’t over as students forced a referendum a month later, and the Old South theme prevailed again. UTA President Frank Harrison pleaded with students to make a change. In May 1971, one more vote was held. Again, students could vote for any name they chose, as long as it wasn’t Rebels. Mavericks won over Toros, Rangers and Hawks. The first Maverick mascot was a horned horse. In later years it was patterned, sort of, after Sam Maverick, a wealthy Texas landowner who participated in many momentous events in the state’s early history, among them the defense of the Alamo. He died in 1870. Maverick accumulated a fabled empire and inspired the term “maverick” to denote an unbranded calf or an independent person.

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FIGHT SONG Blue, white, we’ve got the might, Mavericks, we’re gonna field Shout our praises to the sky V-I-C-T-O-R-Y Go big Mavericks UTA Mavericks Fight, Fight Go big Mavericks All the way Mavericks Fight Fight Go Mavs!

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Through a year round individualized training program, players undergo a rigorous conditioning regimen. This program is designed, supervised, scrutinized and implemented by a highly qualified and dedicated certified strength coach. Over the years strength coaching has evolved into immeasurably more than just weightlifting. Strength and conditioning is now performance enhancement. While weight lifting is still a fundamental facet, there are many other important features. Their program for athletes includes flexibility training, cardiovascular conditioning, speed and power development, improvement of self motivation and mental toughness. Not only do these efforts improve the quality of the athlete’s performance, but this program greatly reduces the potential for injury, reduces the extent of many injuries and expedites recovery in case there is an injury. At UT Arlington this is a year round endeavor, in-season and off season. Many of our student athletes choose to spend their summers in Arlington in order to extend their opportunity to train for a championship. We take tremendous pride in a facility and staff second to none in the nation. Every program is

uniquely matched to the athlete and the sport. The strength staff works very closely with the sport coaches to create a spirit of shared goals, consistent expectations and staying abreast of the most current technology and sport science. The strength staff at the University of Texas-Arlington is devoted to the scoreboard results of every team at the University, but, more importantly, we are devoted and committed to the personal success of every student-athlete on and off the field! “Our staff is committed to developing each athlete’s innate ability to the fullest. This includes: strength, power, speed, endurance, flexibility and resolve. We employ the latest techniques, equipment and motivation, as well as traditional principals, to ensure that our student-athletes are trained specifically and individually to be champions in their sport.” - Kathy Wagner, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

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The Maverick health care team focuses on prevention, treatment and rehabilitation. Equipment, training, medical and strength and conditioning staffs are jointly committed to health care and prevention.

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“It has always been our philosophy to take a proactive approach to health care rather than just tending to our student-athletes after an injury,” said Roy Rudewick, head athletics trainer. Rudewick, a 1989 graduate of UT Arlington enters his third season with the Mavericks after more than a decade of service within the Arlington Independent School District. He will oversee all teams and will serve as the primary trainer for the men’s basketball program.

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A commitment to total care exists in every facet of UT Arlington’s approach to its student-athletes. UT Arlington Athletics Training facility contains modern equipment to ensure that a student-athlete is treated with care. Combined with the University health center, the studentathlete at UT Arlington is provided a team of physicians and care specialists.

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COACHING STAFF HEAD COACHES

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Diego Benitez Tennis

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Scott Cross Men’s Basketball

Debbie Hedrick Softball

Samantha Morrow Women’s Basketball

Jay Rees Men’s Golf

John Sauerhage Track and Field Cross Country

ASSISTANT COACHES

Diane Seymour Volleyball

Darin Thomas Baseball Allan Adams Men’s Basketball

Brandon Berger Track and Field

Zak Buncik MBB Dir. of Operations

Rachel Cisneroz WBB Dir. of Operations

Erin Clute Volleyball

Derrick Daniels Men’s Basketball

Jordan Durham Track and Field

Mark Flatten Baseball

Erin Grant Women’s Basketball

Vince Kwasnick Softball

Shane Laflin Women’s Basketball

Marco Matteucci Tennis

David McLeod Baseball

Christina Melvin Volleyball

Angela Perry Softball

Stuart Powell Golf

Gerald Richey Track and Field

Jay Sirianni Baseball

Fuller Smith Baseball

Lindsey Wilson Women’s Basketball

Greg Young Men’s Basketball

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ADMINISTRATION/ SUPPORT STAFF

Tony Burken Associate A.D. for Business and Operations

Adriana Cantu Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Pete Carlon Director of Athletics

Jason Chaput Asst. A.D. for Facilities and Events Manager

Gregg Elkin Assoc. A.D. for Communications and Media Relations

Kevin Fralicks Associate A.D. for External Affairs

Rachel Freeman Marketing/Promotions Coordinator

Michella Gaiser Maverick Club/ External Affairs Coordinator

Debbie Garcia Sr. Associate A.D. for Academics & Compliance/SWA

Gina Giammanco Assistant Athletic Trainer

Julie Homuth Assistant Athletic Trainer

Ashley Lacefield Senior Office Assistant

Scott Lacefield Sports Information Director

Kristyna Mancias Assistant Sports Information Director

Dr. Barry McKeown Faculty Representative

John Mocek Sr. Associate A.D. for Finance and Administration

Marla Morris Administrative Asst. for External Affairs

Myke Ortiz Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning

Lorraine Palmer Administrative Assistant II

Shirley Racioppa Support Specialist II

Dr. Bill Reeves Deputy A.D./Eligibility Certification Officer

Roy Rudewick Head Athletic Trainer

Rachel Schafer Academic Advisor/CHAMPS Life Skills Coordinator

Sascha Schapiro Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Cassie Thompson Student Development Specialist II Events and Honors Coordinator

Kathy Wagner Strength and Conditioning Coach

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Mishael Berger Academics Coordinator

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Being a Maverick means being active in the community both on campus and in the Arlington area. With the goal of building leaders in the community, the UT Arlington athletics department and its student-athletes take an active role in community service projects. Among the community service projects include the D.E.A.R. Mavericks (Drop Everything and Read) Program. Student athletes inspire youth from Arlington, Mansfield, Grand Priarie area schools by reading to classes and speaking to groups about the importance of staying in school.

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● Salvation Army Canned Food Drive (Athletics Dept) ● Strikeout Bone Cancer (Softball) ● Reading to elementary school students (Baseball) ● Helping UT Arlington students move into dorms (Athletics Dept.) ● Hatch Madness (Women’s Basketball Charity Event) ● Dig for the Cure (Volleyball) ● Think Pink Breast Cancer Awareness (Women’s Basketball) ● Miracle League Day (Baseball)

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In 2008-09, UT Arlington student-athletes and coaches participated in the following community activities:

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2009 Hall of Honor inductees (L-to-R:) Rayla Allison (1972-75, Softball Player; 1983-89, Softball Coach), Jeff Burrow (1988-91; Baseball), Mike Barnes (1964-66, Football) and UTA Head Track and Field Coach John Sauerhage - accepting for Jenny Hockett (1990-93, Women’s Track and Field).

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RAYLA ALLISON Softball Player/Coach 1972-75/1983-89

MIKE BARNES Football 1964-66

JEFF BURROW Baseball 1988-91

JENNY HOCKETT Women’s Track and Field 1990-93

Rayla Allison was a standout catcher for the Mavericks and later was named the fifth head softball coach in the fall of 1984. She recorded a 189-152-2 overall record in five seasons at the helm, and in her final season guided the Mavs to a first-place finish with a 34-19 overall record.

Mike Barnes lettered three years for the Arlington State Rebels while leading the team in interceptions in 1965 and 1966. His 13 career interceptions are a school record. Barnes competed in the 1966 Senior Bowl and was an All-SLC defensive selection. He was a 4th round draft pick by the St. Louis Cardinals in 1966.

Jeff Burrow helped lead the Mavericks to their first SLC championship in 1990 as a starting right-handed pitcher. Burrow owns four all-time career records, including wins (27), innings (333.0), complete games (25) and starts (51). He signed a free agent contact with the Chicago White Sox in 1991.

Jenny Hockett was a nine-time Southland Conference champion and holds school records in the long jump and 55-meters while being a member of UTA’s best-ever 400 relay team. In 1993 she became UTA’s first AllAmerican woman to participate at the U.S. Olympic Festival in San Antonio.

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Sansiski Daniels........................... TF.................................................1994 Kathy Gunter-Stanfield....... VB, WBB, TF, SB......................................1994 Name Classification Inducted Willie Thomas...............................FB.................................................1994 Don Easterling...................SWIM Coach.......................................1993 L.R. “Dink” Ford..........................MBB...............................................1993 Charlie Key............................. FB Coach..........................................1993 Gene Schrickel...........................MBB...............................................1993 H.A.D. “Hoss” Dunsworth.....S-A, Coach, Supporter..................................1992 Trey Hillman........................... Baseball...........................................1992 Ric Nesbit....................................SWIM..............................................1992 Bruce Tibbets.............................MBB...............................................1992 Al Culton......................................MBB...............................................1991 James G. “Klepto” Holmes.... FB, MBB, BSB........................................1991 Gilbert Smith................................ TF.................................................1991 Wayne Coble.............................FB, TF..............................................1990 Dale Drennan............................... TF.................................................1990 Carl Knox..............................MBB, TN, FB........................................1990 Skip Butler.....................................FB.................................................1989 Theresa Frederick.......................VB.................................................1989 Howard Payne Shannon..... BSB, TF.............................................1989 Roy Dewalt....................................FB.................................................1988 Bobby Lane........................ A-T, TF Coach......................................1988 Tom Tinker........................MBB Coach, AD....................................1988 Mike Baylor...................................FB.................................................1987 Jody Conradt................VB, WBB, SB Coach.................................1987 Derrick Jensen.............................FB.................................................1987 John Schnable.............................FB.................................................1987 Dexter Bussey..............................FB.................................................1985 Calvin Lee......................................FB.................................................1985 Doug Russell.............................SWIM..............................................1985 Chena Gilstrap.................. FB Coach, AD......................................1984 TEAMS 1977 Softball Team..........................................................................2008 1990-92 Men’s Track and Field Teams.......................................2007 1967, 68 Men’s Swimming and Diving Teams........................2006 1995 Women’s Track and Field Teams.......................................2005 1980-81 Men’s Basketball Team...................................................2005 1966, 67 Football Teams.................................................................2004 1998 Volleyball Team.......................................................................2003 1989 Volleyball Team.......................................................................2003 1956, 57 Football Teams.................................................................2003

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Name Classification Inducted Rayla Allison.................................SB.................................................2009 Mike Barnes..................................FB.................................................2009 Jeff Burrow...................................BSB................................................2009 Jenny Hockett.............................. TF.................................................2009 Gary Lewis.....................................FB.................................................2008 Heather Hoy-Martin..................VB.................................................2008 Dr. Bill Reeves.....................MBB/Admin........................................2008 Errol Byles...................................... TF.................................................2007 Bob Diem.......................................FB.................................................2007 Theresa Noggler-Fangman................... VB.................................................2007 Tom Beasley...................... FB/BSB Coach......................................2006 Paul Renfro..................................MBB...............................................2006 B.G. Wilson...................................BSB................................................2006 Brenda Woodard.........................SB.................................................2006 Scotty Caldwell............................FB.................................................2005 Gwen Clardy-Ross...................... TF.................................................2005 Christina Rudiger........................VB.................................................2005 Marvin “Butch” McBroom...BSB Coach/Admin.....................................2004 Carolyn Smith............................WBB...............................................2004 Robert Willbanks.........................FB.................................................2004 Ronald Hancock.......................... TF.................................................2003 Eva Jonsson.................................. TF.................................................2003 Justin Rowland............................ TF.................................................2003 Shawn Sweeten...........................VB.................................................2003 Bruce Collie...................................FB.................................................2002 Angela Nelson-Martinez.......... TF.................................................2002 Ralph McPherson.....................MBB...............................................2002 Mike Nau......................................MBB...............................................2002 Fred Arnold...................................FB.................................................2001 Ron Barnett.............................. FB, BSB............................................2001 Allen Lowes...............................TF/FB..............................................2001 Katie Weismiller...........................VB.................................................2001 Lisa Austin..................................... TF.................................................2000 Dick Hill..........................................FB.................................................2000 Monte Stratton..................... TF Coach..........................................2000 Jimmy Thomas.............................FB.................................................2000 Ana de Oliveira............................VB.................................................1999 Howard Prager............................BSB................................................1999 Glen Throckmorton...................FB.................................................1999 Larry Dowler..............................SWIM..............................................1998 Danny Griffin................................FB.................................................1998 Brenda Marshall..........................SB.................................................1998 Willie Brand.................................MBB...............................................1997 Mark Cannon................................FB.................................................1997 Lisa Love.................................VB Coach..........................................1997 Joel McCray.................................. TF.................................................1997 Ken Ozee........................................FB.................................................1997 Eddie Stallings...........................MBB...............................................1997 Sara Massey-Bontke.................. TF.................................................1996 Paul “Cotton” Mitchell.............MBB...............................................1996 McClinton Neal............................ TF.................................................1996 Cliff Odom.....................................FB.................................................1996 Judd Ramsey................................FB.................................................1996 Mary Ridgway.......................VB Coach..........................................1996 Randy Thorpe......................... Baseball...........................................1996 Burley Bearden..................... FB Coach..........................................1994

AD - Athletics Director Admin. - Administration A-T - Athletic Training BSB - Baseball FB - Football MBB - Men’s Basketball S-A - Student Athlete SB - Softball SWIM - Swimming TF - Track and Field TN - Tennis VB - Volleyball

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DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI

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KAREN BORTA News Anchor KTVT-11 Dallas

CHRIS CAGLE Country Music Singer

KALPANA CHAWLA Aerospace Engineer Space Shuttle Columbia

GEN. TOMMY FRANKS Retired General United State Army

TREY HILLMAN MLB Manager Kansas City Royals

HUNTER PENCE MLB Player Houston Astros

LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS Actor

ROYCE WEST State of Texas Senator

Keith Alcorn, actor Jimmy Neutron Lillie Biggins, Vice President for Operations - Harris Methodist Hospital, Fort Worth Karen Borta, news anchor, KTVT - Channel 11, Dallas Theron Bowman, Chief of Police, City of Arlington Chris Cagle, Country music singer Brian Chase, NASA’s Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs Kalpana Chawla, aerospace engineer, Mission Specialist, Space Shuttle Columbia Gen. Tommy Franks, retired General, United States Army Ralph Hawkins, architecture Trey Hillman, Kansas City Royals Manager David Kunkle, Police Chief, City of Dallas Ralph Mendoza, Chief of Police, City of Fort Worth Hunter Pence, Houston Astros Outfielder Lou Diamond Phillips, actor Phil Porter, 18-year Volunteer Social Worker for the AISD Venture School Roland Pryor, Harvard University, Assistant Professor, Economics Vasudev Rangadass, CEO of Net.Orange Gary Trietsch, Houston District Engineer for Texas Department of Transportation Kelcy Warren, CEO and Chairman of the Board for Energy Transfer Partners, LP David Webster, President and CEO of Kinro Corporation Royce West, State of Texas Senator Jim Wilkinson, Senior Advisor to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice Roy L. Williams, Chief Scout Executive, Boy Scouts of America Morgan Woodward, actor Trey Yelverton, City of Arlington Deputy City Manager for Economic Development

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2009-10 SCHEDULE AUGUST Dates

Tournament

Course

Site

A 30-S 1

Golfweek Conference Challenge

Blue Top Ridge GC

Riverside, Iowa

SEPTEMBER Dates

Tournament

Course

Site

S 21-22

UTA/Waterchase Invitational

Waterchase GC

Arlington, Tex.

OCTOBER Dates

Tournament

Course

Site

O 5-6 O 18-19

Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic Lone Star Invitational

Warren GC Briggs Ranch GC

Notre Dame, Ind. San Antonio, Tex.

NOVEMBER Dates

Tournament

Course

Site

N 2-3

SLC Preview

Carter Plantation GC

Springfield, La.

FEBRUARY Dates

Tournament

Course

Site

F 14-16 F 22-23

Battle at the Beach J.L. Lewis Intercollegiate

Pelican Hill GC The Bandit GC

Newport Beach, Calif. New Braunfels, Tex.

MARCH Dates

Tournament

Course

Site

M 5-6 M 15-16

Border Olympics Rio Pinar Invitational

Laredo CC Rio Pinar CC

Laredo, Tex. Orlando, Fla.

APRIL Dates

Tournament

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Site

A 5-6

Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic

Wichita CC

Wichita, Kan.

A 12-23 A 26-28

Jim West Intercollegiate SLC Championship

Victoria CC Carter Plantation GC

Victoria, Tex. Springfield, La.

MAY Dates

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Site

M 20-22

NCAA Regionals

TBA

JUNE Dates

Tournament

Course

Site

J 2-5

NCAA Championships

The Honors Course

Chattanooga, Tenn.

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