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POWERED BY CHAMPIONSHIPS UT ARLINGTON GOLF

SENIORS

Brad MASON

JUNIORS

Jake ARGENTO

Josh COLE

Andrew CORNELLA

Chris LOVELL

Joss GOSLING

SOPHOMORES

Riley FLEMING

FRESHMEN

Jaret BREWER

Zach GALLIFORD

Josh RADCLIFF

Marley SWEENEY

Cash WILKERSON


TABLE OF CONTENTS

2013-14 PREVIEW Schedule........................................................................4 2013-14 Roster...............................................................5 The Sun Belt Conference...............................................6 SBC Championship........................................................7 2013-14 Tournaments.....................................................8 Mavericks Playing Professionally.................................10 COACHES Head Coach Jay Rees................................................. 11 Asst. Coach Stuart Powell............................................13 GOLFERS Jake Argento................................................................16 Jaret Brewer.................................................................16 Josh Cole.....................................................................17 Andrew Cornella...........................................................17 Riley Fleming................................................................18 Zach Galliford...............................................................18 Joss Gosling.................................................................19 Chris Lovell...................................................................19 Brad Mason..................................................................20 Josh Radcliff.................................................................20 Marley Sweeney...........................................................21 Cash Wilkerson............................................................21 2012-13 IN REVIEW Overall Statistics...........................................................23 2012-13 Team Results..................................................24 2012-13 Individual Results...........................................25 RECORDS Individual Season Records...........................................27 Individual Career Records............................................29 Team Season Records.................................................30 UTA Golf Awards..........................................................31 UTA AND DFW Welcome to UT Arlington..............................................35 UTA President Dr. Karbhari..........................................36 Maverick Country.........................................................37 College Park District.....................................................38 Athletic Training / Sports Medicine...............................39 Around Dallas/Fort Worth.............................................40

INTRODUCTION GENERAL

Name The University of Texas at Arlington City/Zip Arlington, Texas 76019 Founded 1895 (Senior College 1959) Enrollment 33,500 Nickname Mavericks School Colors Royal Blue, Orange and White Affiliations NCAA Division I Conference Sun Belt Conference President Dr. Vistasp Karbhari Director of Athletics Jim Baker Assoc. AD/SWA Debbie Garcia Athletic Dept. 817-272-2261

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Alma Mater Years at UT Arlington Office Phone Assistant Coach

TEAM INFORMATION

Jay Rees Emporia State (1989) 14 (817) 272-2261 Stuart Powell

2012-13 Finish Last Conference Championship Last team NCAA Regional Finish Last individual NCAA Regional Finish

2nd (WAC) 2010-11 (SLC) 2011-12 12th (884) 2012-13 Paul McConnell T10th (219)

SPORTS INFORMATION

Asst. AD for Athletic Comm. Art Garcia M. Basketball, Baseball, Golf Office Phone (817) 272-2239 Email artgarcia@uta.edu Assit. Athletic Comm. Dir. Melissa Cebold W. Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, Tennis Office Phone (817) 272-7168 Email mcebold@uta.edu Athletic Comm. GA Michael Eldridge Office Phone (817) 272-9588 Emial michael.eldridge@mavs.uta.edu Athletic Comm. GA Taylor Wright Office Phone (817) 272-9588 Email taylormwright@mavs.uta.edu

MEDIA OUTLETS University Newspaper Area Newspaper Area Newspaper Area Website Area Website

The Shorthorn Fort Worth Star-Telegram Dallas Morning News espndallas.com foxsportssouthwest.com

SOCIAL MEDIA Website Facebook Twitter Instagram

www.utamavs.com www.facebook.com/UTArlingtonAthletics www.twitter.com/UTAMAVS www.instagram.com/utamavs#

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SEPTEMBER 6 Northern Intercollegiate at Rich Harvest Farms 16 Chip-N-Classic 23 Notre Dame/Gridiron Classic 27 W.H. Tucker Invitational

Sugar Grove, IL Arlington, TX South Bend, IN Albuquerque, NM

OCTOBER 21 Herb Wimberly Invitational 28 Royal Oaks Invitational 21 Wyoming Cowboy Desert Intercollegiate 2 Querencia Cabo Intercollegiate

Las Cruces, NM Dallas, TX Palm Springs, CA Cabo, Mexico

MARCH 14 Border Olympics 24 Lonestar Invitational APRIL 7 Jim West Intercollegiate 21 Sun Belt Championship MAY 15 27

NCAA Central Regionals NCAA National Championship

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Laredo, TX San Antonio, TX

McKinney, TX Biloxi, MS

TBD Wichita, KS


2013 GOLF ROSTER NAME Jake Argento Jaret Brewer Josh Cole Andrew Cornella Riley Fleming Zach Galliford Joss Gosling Chris Lovell Brad Mason Josh Radcliff Marley Sweeney Cash Wilkerson

HT Class/EXP 5-11 JR/TR 6-0 FR/HS 5-10 JR/1L 6-2 JR/TR 6-2 SO/1L 5-4 FR/HS 6-2 JR/TR 5-11 JR/1L 6-2 SR/1L 5-10 FR/HS 6-4 JR/TR 6-2 JR/2L

Hometown/High School/Last College Chandler, AZ/Perry/South Mountain CC Marion, IL/Marion High School Texarkana, TX/Pleasant Grove Colorado Springs, CO/St. Mary’s/Nevada Airdrie, Alberta, Canada/George McDougall Borth, Ceredigion, Wales/Penglais Comprehensive School Harpenden, England/Northwood University Clear Lake, IA/Clear Lake/Northern Iowa Dallas, TX/Lake Highlands/Mississippi State Coppell, TX/Jesuit College Prep Mesa, AZ/Red Mountain/South Mountain CC Spring, TX/Klein Oak

Coaching Staff Jay Rees - Head Coach Stuart Powell - Assistant Coach

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY STATE/COUNTRY

ARIZONA (1) Jake Argento Marley Sweeney COLORADO (1) Andrew Cornella ILLINOIS (1) Jaret Brewer IOWA (1) Chris Lovell

Texas (4) Josh Cole Brad Mason Josh Radcliff Cash Wilkerson CANADA (1) Riley Fleming U.K.(2) Zach Galliford Joss Gosling

BY CLASS

SENIORS (1) Brad Mason JUNIORS (7) Jake Argento Josh Cole Andrew Cornella Joss Gosling Chris Lovell Marley Sweeney

Cash Wilkerson SOPHOMORES (1) Riley Fleming FRESHMAN (3) Jaret Brewer Zach Galliford Josh Radcliff

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The Sun Belt Conference

Formed in 1976 the Sun Belt Conference quickly rose to the greatest heights of collegiate athletics by sending a team to the NCAA Final Four in the league’s first year of existence. Fast forward 36 years and the league again finds itself at the pinnacle of collegiate athletics as a member of the 11-league alliance of the Bowl Championship Series. Because of its status as a member of the Football Bowl Subdivision, the Sun Belt Conference has a permanent seat on the NCAA’s 18-member Board of Directors. As a result, the conference has a crucial voice on some of the most pressing issues in college athletics and will always have a role in the implementation of any future NCAA legislation and guidelines. The conference’s regional television partnership with Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS) and Cox Sports Television (CST) enables live telecasts of Sun Belt events to reach millions of households. The addition of volleyball, baseball and softball to the conference’s television package has resulted in more national and regional television exposure for the league than at any time in its history.

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Prominent Sun Belt alumni include NFL Hall of Fame football player “Mean” Joe Greene (North Texas), former All-Star baseball player Luis Gonzalez (South Alabama), former member of the United States Senate and House of Representatives John Breaux (Louisiana-Lafayette) and country music superstar Tim McGraw (Louisiana-Monroe).

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Trojans Little Rock, Arkansas

Redwolves Jonesboro, Arkansas

Panthers Atlanta, Georgia

Ragin’ Cajuns Lafayette, Louisiana

Warhawks Monroe, Louisiana

Jaguars Mobile, Alabama

Bobcats San Marcos, Texas

Trojans Troy, Alabama

Mavericks Arlington, Texas

Hilltoppers Bowling Green, Kentucky UT ARLINGTON GOLF 2013-14


SBC Conference Championship

The Grand Bear Golf Club Saucier, Miss. April 20-23, 2014

Par: 72 Length: 7,204 yards Course designed by Jack Nicklaus

Towering pines, natural cypress wetlands, secluded fairways and impeccably manicured greens surround Grand Bear. This 18-hole, Jack Nicklaus Signature Course has the feel of Augusta and the excitement of Pinehurst. A wide array of hole layouts makes Grand Bear challenging, yet enjoyable for all. From the Grizzly Bear tees at 7,204 yards, the challenge is firm but fair; from the Teddy Bear tees at 4,802 yards, the layout is downright cuddly. The outgoing nine, which skirts the Little Biloxi River has superior golf holes, but the back nine is truly grand. Cypress wetlands rimmed with live oaks, gum trees, and old magnolias give way to the Big Biloxi River, its brilliant white-sand banks girding three of the last four holes.

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Fall 2013 Tournaments Northern Intercollegiate

Rich Harvest Farms GC Sugar Grove, Ill. Sept. 6-8, 2013 Par: 72 Length: 7,535 yards Course deisgned by Jerry Rich and Greg Martin Rich Harvest Farms has played host to the 2009 Solheim Cup and the 2007 NCAA Central Regional Men’s Golf Championships

Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic Warren GC South Bend, Ind. Sept. 23-24, 2013 Par: 71 Length: 7,020 yards Course deisgned by Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore Warren GC hosted the 2010 Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship

W.H. Tucker Invitational

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New Mexico University GC Albuquerque, N.M. Sept. 27-28, 2013 Par: 72 Length: 7,562 yards Course deisgned by Robert Lawrence NM University GC has hosted the Men’s Division I Championship in 1976, 1992, 1998 and the Women’s in 1987 and 2008

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Herb Wimberly Invitational

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NMSU University GC Las Cruces N.M. Oct. 21-22, 2013 Par: 72 Length: 7,204 yards Course deisgned by Floyd Farley

Has hosted three NCAA National Championships and the USGA Qualifying Championships

Royal Oaks Intercollegiate

Royal Oaks CC Dallas, Texas Oct. 28-29, 2013 Par: 71 Length: 7,068 yards Course deisgned by J. Press Maxwell and Billy Martindale NM University GC has hosted the Men’s Division I Championship in 1976, 1992, 1998 and the Women’s in 1987 and 2008 UT ARLINGTON GOLF 2013-14


Spring 2014 Tournaments Wyoming Cowboy Desert Intercollegiate The Classic Club Palm Springs, Calif. Feb. 21-23, 2014 Par: 72 Length: 7,305 yards Course deisgned by Arnold Palmer

The Classic Club is home to the PGA Tour’s Bob Hope Chrysler Classic

Querencia Cabo Intercollegiate

Querencia Los Cabos GC Cabo, Mexico March 2-4, 2014 Par: 71 Length: 7,020 yards Course deisgned by Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore Warren GC hosted the 2010 Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship

Border Olympics

Laredo CC Laredo, Texas March 14-15, 2014 Par: 72 Length: 7,125 yards Course deisgned by Joe Finger NM University GC has hosted the Men’s Division I Championship in 1976, 1992, 1998 and the Women’s in 1987 and 2008

Lonestar Invitational

Briggs Ranch GC March 24-25 March 24-25, 2014 Par: 72 Length: 7,022 yards Course deisgned by Lee Trevino Hosted the 2012 U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Open

Jim West Intercollegiate TPC Craig Ranch McKinney, Texas April 7-8, 2014 Par: 72 Length: 7,438 yards Course deisgned by Tom Weiskopf

Home to the Nationwide Tour Championship in 2008

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Zack Fischer qualifies for the U.S. Open

UT Arlington grad Zack Fischer became UTA’s second all-time qualifier into the U.S. Open, joining Greg Gregory. Fischer won a 12 hole, sudden-death, playoff over PGA Tour veteran Ryan Palmer to earn a spot at Merion Golf Club. The 12-hole playoff was the longest in sectional qualifying history, taking place in Dallas. At Merion, Fischer fired a 82 and a 76 at a course in which no golfer shot par for the week and despite the struggles, didn’t erase what the golfer had accomplished. “It humbles you on how good you actually are,” said Fischer, a member of the 2011 Southland Conference championship team and 2009 SLC individual medalist. “I didn’t play that poorly. I was just flustered mentally after making some bogeys and doubles. Then I really started panicking and made more mistakes. The USGA really got what they wanted when it came to my mental game.” Fischer earned his first professional paycheck by making the cut at the 2013 HP Byron Nelson Championship in May.

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Landon Allen Gary Antunes Adam Babb Bryan Baker Hunter Brown Mark Campbell Michael Douthit Bryce Easton Anthony Estorga

Bobby Massa 2009 PING All-Region Player

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Zack Fischer Chris Forbs Greg Gregory Cam Hollek Jordan Krantz Corby King Luke Main Bobby Massa Paul McConnell

Jordan Krantz 2005 Southland Conference Champion

Tyrone Mordt Shad Muth Chris Myers Zack Reeves Justin Shultz Harry Singh Wes Worster

Hunter Brown Two-Time Academic All-American


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UTA Golf Coaches

Head Coach: Jay Rees...................... 11

Asst. Coach: Stuart Powell.............. 13

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Head golf coach Jay Rees has taken the Maverick golf program to new heights since arriving at UT Arlington in 1999. Rees, a three-time Southland Conference Coach of the Year, is leading the UTA program into the Sun Belt Conference. The Mavericks have made a NCAA Regional appearance as a team or with an individual from 2008-2013. Rees has also had a representative from UTA at the NCAAs in 12 of his 14 seasons. Rees, known for his knowledge of the short game, helped the Mavericks finish as the best short game team in the nation four times, according to golfstat. com. Rees’ players are among the best players in school history. The top 13 players in school history by stroke average have played for Rees at least one season. Rees has had 42 players named all-conference, including 24 first-team selections, 13 second team and six third team. Another nine were honorable mention all-conference. His teams have won 12 tournaments, posted 66 top-5 and 105 top-10 finishes, while his players have won 17 tournaments. UTA under Rees annually compete in a challenging schedule that features several of the country’s top tournaments, such as the Northern Intercollegiate, W.H. Tucker Invitational, Royal Oaks Intercollegiate, Wyoming Cowboy Desert Intercollegiate and Querencia Cabo Intercollegiate. Measuring the players against such top competition has prepared the Mavericks for success.

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During the 2012-13 season, Rees coached Paul McConnell to the WAC Individual Championship and the Mavericks to a second-place team finish. McConnell was first-team All-WAC and Hunter Brown earned second-team honors. McConnell reached the NCAA Regionals and was a stroke shy of advancing to the NCAA Championship.

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In 2010-11, Rees led the Mavericks to the Southland Conference championship on their home course. Rees was honored with his third SLC Coach of the Year award. Two of his players - Zack Fischer and Wes Worster - earned all-conference honors, while Paul McConnell was named the league’s Newcomer of the Year.The Mavericks also made another appearance in the NCAA Regionals. Rees has had 10 of his players named first-team all-conference for a total of 12 times while six players have earned second team honors on seven occasions. His teams have won 12 tournaments, posted 66 top-5 and 105 top-10 finishes, while his players have won 16 tournaments during his time. 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, making him one of the youngest head coaches in college history. 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. Rees and his wife Sandie reside in Arlington with his two stepsons Zane and Gage. Jay and Sandie have three dachshunds (Junie-Bee, Stormie and Merry), as well as a border collie named Mollie. UT ARLINGTON GOLF 2013-14


Jay Rees by the Numbers CONFERENCE ATHLETES OF THE YEAR Jordan Krantz (SLC) Zack Reeves (SLC) Paul McConnell (WAC)

2004-2005 2005-2006 2012-13

INDIVIDUAL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Adam Babb (SLC) Jordan Krantz (SLC) Zack Fischer (SLC) Paul McConnell (WAC)

2000 2005 2009 2013

GCAA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Justin Schulze Jordan Krantz Zack Reeves Michael Van deVenter Donald Dowie Hunter Brown Paul McConnell

2002 2005 2007 2009 2010 2012, 2013 2013

PING ALL-REGION PLAYERS Bobby Massa 2009 Zack Fisher 2011 Paul McConnell 2013 OVERALL RECORD 1,279 - 743 - 36 (.630) CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS 2005 - 2011 SLC COACH OF THE YEAR 2005 - 2009 - 2011 NO. 1 IN DIVISION I SHORT GAME 2005 - 2009 - 2011 - 2012 ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS FIRST TEAM

Bobby Bridges Greg Gregory Jason Hughes Josh Palmer Harry Singh Nathan Main Charan Thethy Chris Forbes Adam Babb Shad Muth Anthony Estorga Jordan Krantz Tyrone Mordt Zack Reeves Bobby Massa Zack Fischer

1994 1993, 1995 1995 1995 1996, 1998 1997 1999 1999 2000 2001, 2002 2003 2005 2005 2006 2008, 2009 2010, 2011

Wes Worster Paul McConnell

2011 2013

SECOND TEAM

Greg Gregory Chris Forbes Corby King Harry Singh Luke Main Zack Reeves Jeff Murray Zack Fischer Bryce Easton Paul McConnell Hunter Brown

1994 1995, 1996 1998 1999 2002 2005, 2008 2005 2009 2010 2011 2013

THIRD TEAM

Corby King Luke Main Tyrone Mordt Zack Reeves Michael Van deVenter

2000 2001 2004 2007 2008, 2009

HONORABLE MENTION

Luke Main Brandon Mullen Tyrone Mordt Landon Allen Ryan Zamarano Bryce Easton Kevin Carrigan Wes Worster Hunter Brown

2001 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007, 2009 2008 2010 2010

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Stuart Powell joined the UT Arlington golf program in 2005 as an assistant coach. Powell assists in practice, player developments and day-to-day operations of the Mavericks golf program. 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 nearly 20 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 Hollywood, Calif., pursuing an acting career. Brandon Powell is a chef in St. Louis.

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2013-14 Golfers

Jake Argento................................16 Jaret Brewer.................................16 Josh Cole.....................................17 Andrew Cornella..........................17 Riley Fleming...............................18 Zach Galliford..............................18 Joss Gosling................................19 Chris Lovell..................................19 Brad Mason..................................20 Josh Radcliff................................20 Marley Sweeney...........................21 Cash Wilkerson............................21

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Previous College

• South Mountain Community College • Phil Mickelson Award (Freshman of the Year) • Jack Nicklaus Award (Player of the Year) • Team National Champions NJCAA Division (2012 and 2013) • Individual runner-up at Nationals (2013) • Individual third place at Nationals (2012)

High School

• Perry (Chandler, Ariz.) • Son of Dino and Eva Argento • Born Dec. 8, 1992 • Interdisciplinary Studies major

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Personal

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High School

• Marion (Marion, Ill.) • Won two individual conference titles • Won three regional titles • Won one sectional title • State champion

Personal

• Son of Daniel and Janice Brewer • Born Dec. 16, 1994 • Father was a punter for Murray State


2012-13

• Played 11 rounds with an average of 77.36 • Tied for 78th at the Mark Simpson/Colorado Invite • Finished 70th at Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invite • Tied for 47th at Northwood Fall Shootout • Tied for fifth competiting at St. Edward’s Individual Championship

2011-12 • A walk-on to the program and did not play High School

• Pleasant Grove (Texarkana, Texas) • State champion in 2010 • Second-team 3A All-State selection in 2011 • Runner-up in Southwest Junior Open • Runner-up in district tournament

Previous College • University of Nevada, Reno • WAC All-Academic (2012) • Mountain West All-Academic (2013) High School

• St. Mary’s (Colorado Springs, Colo.) • Top Male Athlete for the Class of 2011 • US Marine Corps Student Athlete of the Year

Personal

• Son of Michael and Carrie Cornella • Born Sept. 22, 1992

Personal

• Born Jan. 13, 1993 • Son of Scott and Julie Cole • Business marketing major

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2012-13

• Played 31 rounds with stroke average of 74.42 • Tied for 21st at Kiawah Island Invitational • Tied for seventh at Mark Simpson/Colorado Invite • Tied for 21st at Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic • Tied for fifth at Querencia Cabo Collegiate • Tied for 13th at Price’s Give `Em Five Invite • Tied for 12th at UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational • Tied for 48th at Bayou City Collegiate Championship • Tied for 65th at Lamkin Grips SD Classic • Tied for 65th at Border Olympics • Tied for 43rd at Morris Williams Intercollegiate • Tied for 16th at WAC Championship

Other Experience

• Alberta Men’s Amateur Championship winner (2013) • Alberta Open champion (2013) • George McDougall (Airdrie, Canada)

Personal

• Son of Brady and Marilyn Fleming • Born July 20, 1993 • Father played football at University of Calgary • Business major

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High School

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High School

• Penglais Comprehensive School (Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, West Wales) • Welsh Boys International team in 2010, 2011, 2012 • Two-time Welsh Schools champion (2010, 2011)

Personal

• Son of Robert and Una Galliford • Born Oct. 5, 1994 • Accounting major


Previous College

• Northwood University • NAIA Red River Conference champion • First-team first-team all-freshman (2012) • Second-team All-American (2012) • First-team All-American (2013)

High School

• Roundwood Park School (Harpenden, Hertfordshire, England)

Personal

• Son of Timothy and Cathy Gosling • Born May 22, 1992 • Journalism major

2012-13

• Played 8 rounds and averaged 81.00 • Tied for 21st at St. Edward’s Individual Championship • Placed 76th at Border Olympics

Previous College

• Attended Northern Iowa (2011-13)

High School

• Clear Lake (Clear Lake, Iowa) • Four-year letterwinner • Three-time All-North Central Conference • Two-time All-State member • Medaled in 16 events • Team placed second at state championships • Three conference championships and two regional championships • Academic All-North Central Conference • Presidental Scholar

Previous Experience

• Won three NIJGA events • Attended IMG Leadbetter Golf Academy (2012) • Tony Jacklin’s West Florida Golf Tour (2012) • Low amateur winner in three WFGT events • Tied for sixth at 2011 Waterloo Open • Tied for fifth in 2011 Manson City Amateur

Personal

• Son of Tom and Jan Lovell • Born on May 6, 1992 • Business Management major

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2012-13

• Averaged 75.54 per round in 28 rounds • Tied for 32nd at Kiawah Island Invitational • Tied for 69th at Mark Simpson/Colorado Invite • Tied for ninth at Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic • Placed 52nd at Querencia Cabo Collegiate • Tied for nonth at Northwood Fall Shootout • Tied for 39th at UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational • Tied for 48th at Bayou City Collegiate Champship • Tied for 57th at Lamkin Grips SD Classic • Placed 70th at Morris Williams Intercollegiate • Tied for 11th at WAC Championship

Previous College

• Mississippi State (2010-12)

High School

• Lake Highlands (Dallas, Texas)

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Personal

• Son of Wayne and Donna Mason • Born March 11, 1991 • Father played football at University of Tennessee Chatanooga • Finance major

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High School

• Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas (Dallas, Texas) • Golf Team MVP (2013) • Tom Wunderlick Award (2013) • District 9-5A champions (2011, 2012, 2013)

Personal

• Son of Phillip and Lisa Radcliff • Born March 30, 1995 • Finance major


Previous College

• South Mountain Community College • Two-time Junior College All-American • 2012 Team National Champions • 2013 Team National Champions

High School

• Red Mountain (Mesa, Arizona)

Personal

• Born March 3, 1993 • Son of Karen and Tom Sweeney • University Studies major

2012-13 • Played 27 rounds with stroke average of 77.41 • Placed 39th at Kiawah Island Invitational • Tied for 12th at Querencia Cabo Collegiate • Tied for 13th at Price’s Give `Em Five Invite • Placed 23rd at St. Edward’s Individual Championship • Tied for 43rd at Morris Williams Intercollegiate • Tied for 23rd at WAC Championship 2011-12 • Competed in 25 rounds with stroke average of 76.20 • Tied for 30th at Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic • Tied for 31st at Brickyard Collegiate • Tied for 33 at Wichita Diet Pepsi Shocker Invitational • Tied for 36th at UTA/Waterchase Invitational • Low round of 70 2010-11 • Redshirted High School • Klein Oak (Spring, Texas) • Four-year letterwinner for coach Doug Smith • Four-time all-district selection • Team won four district title four • Tied for 23rd at state tournament in 2008 • Won Houston Summer Shootout on Texas Junior Golf Tour in 2008 Personal • Born Dec. 3, 1991 • Son of Dennis and Tammy Wilkerson • Business major 2013-14 GOLF YEARBOOK

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2012-13 In Review

Overall Statistics.......................23

2012-13 Team Results...............24

2012-13 Individual Results.......25

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2012-13 UT ARLINGTON MEN’S GOLF STATISTICS 2012-13 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS Date

9/9-9/11 9/24-9/25 10/7-10/9 10/14-10/16 10/26-10/27 2/11-2/12 2/21-2/23 3/11-3/12 3/15-3/16 4/12-4/13 4/29-5/1

Tournament

Kiawah Island Invitational Mark Simpson/Colorado Invitational Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic Querencia Cabo Collegiate* Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invite UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational Bayou City Collegiate Champ. Lamkin Grips SD Classic Border Olympics Morris Williams Intercollegiate WAC Championship

Course

Ocean Course at Kiawah Colorado National GC Warren GC Querencia GC Butterfield Trail GC Oak Hills CC Redstone GC San Diego CC Laredo CC UT Golf Club Rio Secco GC

Site

Kiawah Island, SC Boulder, CO South Bend, IN Cabo, Mexico El Paso, TX San Antonio, TX Humble, TX Chula Vista, CA Laredo, TX Austin, TX Henderson, NV

Team Finish

2nd/15 T5th/14 5th/12 T7th/12 2nd/12 T8th/14 T13th/15 6th/14 12th/14 12th/12 2nd/10

Team Score

906 (+42) 858 (-6) 876 (+24) 306 (+18) 860 (-4) 886 (+34) 896 (+32) 882 (+18) 904 (+40) 895 (+43) 893 (+29)

Top Individual

Paul McConnell, +9, 225 (T8) Riley Fleming, -6, 210 (T7) Hunter Brown, E, 213 (T2) Riley Fleming, +1, 73 (T5) Paul McConnell, -3, 213 (T4) Riley Fleming, +4, 217 (T12) Paul McConnell, +6, 222 (T39) Hunter Brown, +3, 219 ( T13) Cameron Hollek, +6, 222 (T23) Paul McConnell, +4, 217 (T19) Paul McConnell, +2, 218 (1)

2012-13 OVERALL STROKE AVERAGES Player Paul McConnell Hunter Brown Riley Fleming Cameron Hollek Brad Mason Cash Wilkerson Chris Lovell Josh Cole Julian Kunzenbacher TEAM

Rounds 33 31 31 30 28 27 8 11 6 31.0

vs. Par +49 +75 +84 +66 +108 +136 +53 +59 +35 +270

Low 68 68 67 68 69 70 77 71 74 284

High 83 83 84 82 83 88 87 88 88 310

Avg. 73.33 74.13 74.42 75.07 75.54 77.41 81.00 77.36 77.83 295.55

Avg. vs. Par 1.61 2.42 2.71 3.37 3.86 5.85 9.38 5.36 5.83 8.71

Top Finish 1, WAC Championship T2, Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic T5, Querencia Cabo Collegiate* 2, St. Edward’s Ind. Champ. T9, Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic T12, Querencia Cabo Collegiate* T21, St. Edward’s Ind. Champ. T5, St. Edward’s Ind. Champ. T50, Nothwood Fall Shootout 2, Kiawah Island Invitational, Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invite, and WAC Championship

North Texas ..........................................0-2 Northern Colorado ................................3-0 Notre Dame ..........................................1-0 Oklahoma .............................................0-2 Oklahoma State ....................................0-1 Oral Roberts .........................................1-0 Oregon State ........................................1-1 Pepperdine ...........................................1-0 Point Loma Nazarene ...........................1-0 Rice ......................................................1-1 Sam Houston State ..............................0-1 San Diego .............................................0-1 San Diego State ...................................0-1 San Francisco.......................................0-1 San Jose State .....................................2-0 Santa Clara........................................0-0-1 Seattle ..................................................2-0 South Carolina ......................................0-1 South Carolina-Aiken............................1-0 South Dakota State ..............................1-0 South Florida ........................................2-0 Southern Louisiana...............................0-1 St. John’s ..............................................1-0 St. Mary’s (CA) .....................................0-1

Stephen F. Austin..................................1-1 TCU ......................................................0-2 Texas ....................................................0-2 Texas State ...........................................4-1 Texas Tech............................................0-2 Toledo ...................................................1-0 Tulsa .....................................................0-1 UAB ......................................................1-0 ULAR ....................................................1-0 UMKC ...................................................0-1 UNLV ....................................................0-1 USC Upstate.........................................1-0 UTSA ....................................................1-3 Utah State.............................................4-0 UT El Paso ...........................................1-0 Washington State .................................0-1 Weber State University .........................1-0 Western New Mexico University ...........1-0 Wichita State ........................................0-1 Wyoming...............................................1-0 Xavier ...................................................1-0

*Shortened to one round of play due to weather

Abilene Christian ..................................0-1 Air Force ...............................................1-0 Akron ....................................................1-0 Arizona .................................................1-0 Arizona State ........................................0-1 Baylor ...................................................0-4 Boston College .....................................1-0 CSU-San Marcos..................................1-0 Central Arkansas ..................................0-1 Charlotte ...............................................0-1 Chattanooga .........................................0-1 Cincinnati ..............................................1-0 College of Charleston ...........................1-0 Colorado ...............................................0-1 Colorado State......................................0-1 Davidson...............................................1-0 Denver ..................................................2-0 East Carolina ........................................0-1 Florida...................................................0-1 Florida State .........................................0-1 Gonzaga ...............................................2-0 Houston ................................................1-4 Houston Baptist ....................................2-1 Idaho.....................................................1-1

UTA vs. THE NATION 66-63-4

Indiana ..................................................0-1 Iowa State.............................................1-0 Georgia Southern .................................1-0 Kansas...............................................0-0-1 Kansas State .....................................0-0-1 Kent State .............................................0-1 Kentucky ...............................................0-1 Lamar ...................................................0-2 Liberty ...................................................0-1 Louisiana-Lafayette ..............................1-0 Louisiana Tech......................................1-1 Louisville ...............................................1-0 Loyola Marymount ................................1-0 McNeese State .....................................2-0 Mercer ..................................................1-0 Michigan ...............................................1-0 Michigan State ......................................0-1 Minnesota .............................................1-0 Mississippi ............................................0-1 Missouri ................................................1-0 Nebraska ..............................................1-0 New Mexico ..........................................0-1 New Mexico State..............................1-1-1 North Carolina Wilmington....................0-1

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Kiawah Island Invitational Ocean Course at Kiawah - Kiawah Island, SC - Par 72, 7,344 Yards UTA 310 292 304 906 +42 2/15 Paul McConnell 79 70 76 225 +9 T8 Riley Fleming 81 75 75 231 +15 T21 Hunter Brown 78 71 83 232 +16 T27 Brad Mason 82 76 75 233 +17 T32 Cash Wilkerson 77 78 81 236 +20 T39 Julian Kunzenbacher 76 88 78 242 +26 T68 Mark Simpson/Colorado Invite Colorado National GC - Boulder, CO - Par 72, 7,771 Yards UTA 287 285 286 858 -6 T5/14 Riley Fleming 67 72 71 210 -6 T7 Hunter Brown 72 68 72 212 -4 T10 Paul McConnell 74 68 71 213 -3 T18 Cameron Hollek 74 79 72 225 +9 T65 Brad Mason 75 77 75 227 +11 T69 Josh Cole 82 79 74 235 +19 T78 Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic Warren Golf Course - South Bend, IN - Par 71, 7,023 Yards UTA 288 300 288 876 +24 5/12 Hunter Brown 71 71 71 213 E T2 Brad Mason 77 69 72 218 +5 T9 Paul McConnell 69 78 71 218 +5 T9 Riley Fleming 72 77 71 220 +7 T21 Cameron Hollek 76 76 75 227 +14 T44 Cash Wilkerson 76 76 75 227 +14 T44 Querencia Cabo Collegiate* Querencia Golf Course - Cabo, Mexico - Par 72, 7,070 Yards UTA 306 - 306 +18 T7/12 Riley Fleming 73 73 +1 T5 Cameron Hollek 74 74 +2 T12 Cash Wilkerson 74 74 +2 T12 Hunter Brown 77 77 +5 T31 Brad Mason 82 82 +10 52 Paul McConnell 83 83 +11 T53 *Shortened to one round of play due to weather

Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invite Butterfield Trail Golf Course - El Paso, TX - Par 72, 7,307 Yards UTA 284 289 287 860 -13 2/12 Paul McConnell 69 70 74 213 -3 T4 Cash Wilkerson 73 74 70 217 +1 T13 Riley Fleming 69 75 73 217 +1 T13 Cameron Hollek 76 70 73 219 +3 T20 Hunter Brown 73 79 71 223 +7 T38 Josh Cole 80 88 74 242 +26 70 UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational Oak Hills Country Club - San Antonio, TX - Par 71, 6,765 Yards UTA 290 302 294 886 +34 T8/14 Riley Fleming 70 75 72 217 +4 T12 Hunter Brown 73 73 74 220 +7 T18 Paul McConnell 72 78 74 224 +11 T35 Brad Mason 75 76 74 225 +12 T39 Cameron Hollek 73 79 82 234 +21 T67 Cash Wilkerson 77 84 79 240 +27 T79 Bayou City Collegiate Championship Redstone Golf Course - Humble, TX - Par 72, 6,963 Yards UTA 290 299 307 896 +32 T13/15 Paul McConnell 69 74 79 222 +6 T39 Brad Mason 74 74 76 224 +8 T48 Riley Fleming 72 76 76 224 +8 T48 Cameron Hollek 75 75 78 228 +12 T62 Hunter Brown 78 78 77 233 +17 T74

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Lamkin Grips San Diego Classic San Diego Country Club - Chula Vista, CA - Par 72, 7,033 Yards UTA 287 300 295 882 +18 6/14 Hunter Brown 74 73 72 219 +3 T13 Cameron Hollek 70 74 76 220 +4 T16 Paul McConnell 69 76 75 220 +4 T16 Brad Mason 74 83 72 229 +13 T57 Riley Fleming 79 77 76 232 +16 T65 Border Olympics Laredo Country Club - Lardeo, TX - Par 72, 7,319 Yards UTA 291 304 309 904 +40 12/14 Cameron Hollek 72 74 76 222 +6 T23 Hunter Brown 74 77 73 224 +8 T33 Riley Fleming 74 76 84 234 +18 T65 Cash Wilkerson 81 78 76 235 +19 T67 Chris Lovell 77 82 87 246 +30 76 Morris Williams Intercollegiate UT Golf Club - Austin, TX - Par 71, 7,412 Yards UTA 289 299 307 895 +43 12/12 Paul McConnell 71 71 75 217 +4 T19 Cash Wilkerson 70 79 73 222 +9 T43 Hunter Brown 69 74 79 222 +9 T43 Riley Fleming 73 75 74 222 +9 T43 Brad Mason 76 83 79 238 +25 70 WAC Championship Rio Secco Golf Club - Henderson, NV - Par 72, 7,313 Yards UTA 294 307 292 893 +29 2/10 Paul McConnell 71 78 69 218 +2 1 Hunter Brown 72 75 76 223 +7 T5 Brad Mason 76 78 71 225 +9 T11 Riley Fleming 75 76 76 227 +11 T16 Cash Wilkerson 76 78 76 230 +14 T23


2012-13 INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Hunter Brown Kiawah Island Invitational Mark Simpson/Colorado Invite Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic Querencia Cabo Collegiate* Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invite UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational Bayou City Collegiate Champ. Lamkin Grips SD Classic Border Olympics Morris Williams Intercollegiate WAC Championship

78 72 71 77 73 73 78 74 74 69 72

71 68 71 - 79 73 78 73 77 74 75

83 72 71 - 71 74 77 72 73 79 76

232 212 213 77 223 220 233 219 224 222 223

+16 -4 E +5 +7 +7 +17 +3 +8 +9 +7

T27 T10 T2 T31 T38 T18 T74 T13 T35 T43 T5

Josh Cole Mark Simpson/Colorado Invite Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invite Northwood Fall Shootout St. Edward’s Ind. Champ.

82 80 71 73

79 88 80 77

74 74 73 -

235 242 224 150

+19 +26 +8 +6

T78 70 T47 T5

Riley Fleming Kiawah Island Invitational Mark Simpson/Colorado Invite Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic Querencia Cabo Collegiate* Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invite UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational Bayou City Collegiate Champ. Lamkin Grips SD Classic Border Olympics Morris Williams Intercollegiate WAC Championship

81 67 72 73 69 70 72 79 74 73 75

75 72 77 - 75 75 76 77 76 75 76

75 71 71 - 73 72 76 76 84 74 76

231 210 220 73 217 217 224 232 234 222 227

+15 -6 +7 +1 +1 +4 +8 +16 +18 +9 +11

T21 T7 T21 T5 T13 T12 T48 T65 T65 T43 T16

Cameron Hollek Mark Simpson/Colorado Invite Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic Querencia Cabo Collegiate* Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invite Northwood Fall Shootout UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational St. Edward’s Ind. Champ. Bayou City Collegiate Champ. Lamkin Grips SD Classic Border Olympics

74 76 74 76 68 73 72 75 70 72

79 76 - 70 69 79 74 75 74 74

72 75 - 73 72 82 - 78 76 76

225 227 74 219 209 234 146 228 220 222

+9 +14 +2 +3 -7 +21 +2 +12 +4 +6

T65 T44 T12 T20 T2 T67 2 T62 T16 T23

Julian Kunzenbacher Kiawah Island Invitational Northwood Fall Shootout

76 75

88 74

78 76

242 225

+26 +9

T68 T50

Chris Lovell St. Edawrd’s Ind. Champ Border Olympics

87 77

80 82

- 87

167 246

+23 +30

T21 76

Brad Mason Kiawah Island Invitational Mark Simpson/Colorado Invite Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic Querencia Cabo Collegiate* Northwood Fall Shootout UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational Bayou City Collegiate Champ. Lamkin Grips SD Classic Morris Williams Intercollegiate WAC Championship

82 75 77 82 70 75 74 74 76 76

76 77 69 - 74 76 74 83 83 78

75 75 72 - 70 74 76 72 79 71

233 227 218 82 214 225 224 229 238 225

+17 +11 +5 +10 -2 +12 +8 +13 +25 +9

T32 T69 T9 52 T9 T39 T48 T57 70 T11

Paul McConnell Kiawah Island Invitational Mark Simpson/Colorado Invite Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic Querencia Cabo Collegiate* Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invite UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational Bayou City Collegiate Champ. Lamkin Grips SD Classic Morris Williams Intercollegiate WAC Championship NCAA Fayettville Regional

79 74 69 83 69 72 69 69 71 71 74

70 68 78 - 70 78 74 76 71 78 72

76 71 71 - 74 74 79 75 75 69 73

225 213 218 83 213 224 222 220 217 218 219

+9 -3 +5 +11 -3 +11 +6 +4 +4 +2 +3

T8 T18 T9 T53 T4 T35 T39 T16 T19 1 T10

Cash Wilkerson Kiawah Island Invitational Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic Querencia Cabo Collegiate* Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invite UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational St. Edward’s Ind. Champ. Border Olympics Morris Williams Intercollegiate WAC Championship

77 76 74 73 77 86 81 70 76

78 76 - 74 84 88 78 79 78

81 75 - 70 79 - 76 73 76

236 227 74 217 240 174 235 222 230

+20 +14 +2 +1 +27 +30 +19 +9 +14

T39 T44 T12 T13 T79 23 T67 T43 T23

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Individual Career Records................ 29

Team Season Records...................... 30

UTA Golf Awards............................... 31

All-Time Championships.................. 32

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INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS LOWEST STROKE AVERAGE 1. 72.42 2. 72.50 3. 72.53 4. 72.685 5. 72.694 6. 72.76 7. 72.91 8. 73.03 9. 73.08 10. 73.11 11. 73.13 12. 73.14 13. 73.19 14. 73.27 15. 73.31 16. 73.33 17. 73.41 18. 73.50 19. 73.53 20. 73.54

(33) (36) (36) (35) (29) (39) (29) (35) (35) (36) (36) (36) (31) (36) (35) (33) (39) (26) (36) (35)

Bobby Massa 2008-09 Zack Fischer 2009-10 Zack Fischer 2010-11 Adam Babb 1999-00 Tyrone Mordt 2002-03 Zack Reeves 2005-06 Anthony Estorga 2002-03 Paul McConnell 2011-12 Bobby Massa 2007-08 Wes Worster 2010-11 Jeff Murray 2004-05 Paul McConnell 2010-11 Zack Fischer 2008-09 Jordan Krantz 2004-05 Harry Singh 1997-98 Paul McConnell 2012-13 Shad Muth 2000-01 Greg Gregory 1992-93 Luke Main 2000-01 Zack Reeves 2007-08

STROKE AVERAGE BY CLASS Fr. 73.53 So. 72.76 Jr. 72.42 Sr. 72.53

Deep South Intercollegiate 1999-00 9. 66 Wes Worster Southland Conference Champ. 2010-11 66 Wes Worster UTA/Waterchase Invitational 2010-11 66 Zack Fischer Lone Star Invitational 2009-10 66 Bobby Massa Border Olympics 2008-09 66 Bobby Massa Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate 2007-08 66 Tyrone Mordt Northwest Collegiate Classic 2005-06 66 Landon Allen Rio Pinar Intercollegiate 2003-04 66 Jordan Krantz Mean Green Invitational 2002-03 66 Luke Main Stonebridge Invitational 2001-02 66 Gary Wolff Stephen F. Austin Invitational 1969-70

LOW 36-HOLE TOURNAMENT SCORE

Greg Gregory Luke Main 2000-01 1. 137 Sammons Park Invitational, 1992 Zack Reeves 2005-06 Bobby Massa 2008-09 LOW 54-HOLE TOURNAMENT SCORE Zack Fischer 2010-11

LOWEST INDIVIDUAL ROUND 1. 62 Bobby Massa Turtle Bay Invitational 2008-09 2. 63 Shad Muth UT San Antonio Invitational 2000-01 3. 64 Bobby Massa Turtle Bay Invitational 2007-08 4. 65 Bobby Massa Oak Hills Invitational 2008-09 65 Zack Reeves Turtle Bay Invitational (2nd rd.) 2007-08 65 Zack Reeves Turtle Bay Invitational (1st rd.) 2007-08 65 Jordan Krantz The Maxwell 2003-04 65 Corby King

1. 201 Zack Reeves Turtle Bay Invitational 2007-08 2. 203 Bobby Massa Turtle Bay Invitational 2007-08 3. 205 Bobby Massa Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate 2007-08 205 M. Van deVenter UTA/Waterchase Invitational 2008-09 5. 206 Kevin Carrigan Diet Pepsi/Shocker Classic 2007-08 206 Shad Muth Cleveland Golf Classic 2001-02 206 Bobby Massa Turtle Bay Invitational 2008-09 206 Bobby Massa Rio Pinar Invitational 2008-09 9. 207 Tyrone Mordt Northwest Collegiate Classic 2006-07

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INDIVIDUAL SEASON/CAREER RECORDS 207 Luke Main UT San Antonio Invitational 2000-01 207 Harry Singh Moe O’Brien Memorial 1997-98 12. 208 Zack Reeves Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate 2006-07 208 Zack Reeves Border Olympics 2006-07 208 Jordan Krantz SLC Championship 2004-05 208 Bobby Massa UTA/Waterchase Invitational 2008-09 16. 209 Cameron Hollek Northwood Fall Shootout 2012-13 209 Bryce Easton Jim West Intercollegiate 2009-10 209 Zack Fischer SLC Preview 2009-10 209 Zack Reeves Wolfpack Classic 2004-05 209 Tyrone Mordt The Maxwell 2004-05 209 Marc Campbell Fall Beach Classic 2002-03 209 Shad Muth Henry Griffits Invitational 2000-01 209 Luke Main Northwest Collegiate Classic 1999-00

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

278 280 283 289 292

Arnold Salinas Abilene Intercollegiate 1962-63 Don Copeland Abilene Intercollegiate 1967-68 Harry Singh NCAA Championship 1994-95 Gary Wolff Abilene Intercollegiate 1967-68 Tommy Williams Abilene Intercollegiate 1969-70

LOW NCAA REGIONAL SCORE 1. 211 2. 215 3. 216

Harry Singh 1997-98 Paul McConnell 2011-12 Marc Campbell 2004-05

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216 219 219 219 220 222 222 222

Zack Fischer 2010-11 Wes Worster 2010-11 Paul McConnell 2010-11 Paul McConnell 2011-12 Corby King 1997-98 Shad Muth 2001-02 Zack Fischer 2008-09 Kevin Carrigan 2008-09

LOW CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT SCORE 1. 208* 2. 212* 3. 213* 213* 5. 214* 214* 7. 215* 215* 9. 216* 216* *SLC ^WAC

Jordan Krantz 2004-05 Zack Fischer 2008-09 Tyrone Mordt 2004-05 Adam Babb 1999-00 Anthony Estorga 2002-03 Wes Worster 2010-11 Tyrone Mordt 2003-04 Zack Fischer 2010-11 Gary Wolff 1968-69 Paul McConnell 2010-11

SLC TOURNAMENT SCORE BY CLASS Class Fr. So. Jr. Sr.

Gary Wolff 1968-69 216 Zack Fischer 2008-09 212 Tyrone Mordt 2004-05 213 Jordan Krantz 2004-05 208 ROUNDS UNDER PAR

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1. 5.

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ROUNDS PLAYED Tyrone Mordt 2005-06 Zack Reeves 2005-06 Ryan Zamorano 2005-06 Shad Muth 2005-06 Michael Van deVenter 2007-08 ROUNDS IN THE 60’S

1. 2. 5. 6. 9.

9 7 6 6 5 4

Zack Fischer 2010-11 Zack Fischer 2009-10 Bobby Massa 2008-09 Zack Fischer 2008-09 Paul McConnell 2012-13 Zack Reeves 2005-06 Luke Main 2000-01 Harry Singh 1997-98 Michael Van deVenter 2008-09 Wes Worster 2010-11 Zack Reeves 2007-08 Tyrone Mordt 2004-05 Shad Muth 2001-02 Justin Schultz 2000-01 Chris Forbes 1998-99

1. 4.

9 7

1. 2. 5.

12 11 10

TOP-10 FINISHES Tyrone Mordt 2004-05 Greg Gregory 1994-95 Greg Gregory 1992-93 Zack Fischer 2009-10 Zack Reeves 2005-06 Charon Thety 1998-99 Luke Main 1996-97 TOP-20 FINISHES Greg Gregory 1992-93 Tyrone Mordt 2004-05 Shad Muth 2000-01 Greg Gregory 1994-95 Zack Reeves 2005-06

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Tyrone Mordt, 2002-06 Zack Fischer, 2010-11 ROUNDS PLAYED

1. 2.

135 134

Zack Reeves, 2004-08 Tyrone Mordt, 2002-06 ROUNDS UNDER PAR

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LOWEST STROKE AVERAGE (MIN. 50 RDS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

73.200 (109) 73.489 (129) 73.520 (75) 73.583 (72) 73.660 (135)

Paul McConnel (2009-13) Zack Fischer (2008-11) Shad Muth (2000-02) Luke Main (2000-02) Zack Reeves (2004-08)

6. 73.737 (118) Bobby Massa (2006-10) 7. 73.867 (67) Wes Worster (2010-11) 8. 73.940 (134) Tyrone Mordt (2002-06) 9. 73.958 (96) Michael Van deVenter (2006-2010) 10. 73.968 (63) Adam Babb (1998-00) 11. 74.250 (52) Ryan Zamorano (2005-07) 12. 74.265 (117) Bryce Easton (2006-2010) 13. 74.329 (85) Corby King (1997-00) 14. 74.636 (66) Jeff Murray (2004-06) 15. 74.700 (110) Greg Gregory (1991-95) 16. 74.820 (100) Jordan Krantz (2001-05) 17. 74.844 (122) Harry Singh (1995-99) 18. 74.920 (75) Marc Campbell (2003-08) 19. 74.943 (71) Justin Schultz (2000-02) 20. 75.114 (87) Brandon Mullen (2000-03)

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TEAM SEASON RECORDS LOW TEAM ROUNDS 1. 270 Turtle Bay Invitational 2007-08 2. 271 Turtle Bay Invitational 2008-09 3. 272 Turtle Bay Invitational 2006-07 4. 275 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate 2006-07 275 UT Arlington Fall Classic 2006-07 275 Mizzou Intercollegiate 2008-09 7. 278 Lone Star Invitational 2010-11 8. 279 UT San Antonio Invitational 2000-01 9. 280 UT Pan American Classic 1997-98 280 Moe O’Brien Memorial 1993-94 280 The Maxwell 2003-04 280 UTA/Waterchase Invitational 2008-09 280 Turtle Bay Invitational 2008-09 280 Oak Hills Invitiational 2008-09 15. 281 Jim West Intercollegiate 2009-10 281 Border Olympics 2006-07 281 Henry Griffits Invitational 2003-04 281 Fall Beach Classic 2002-03 281 Colorado State Invitational 2000-01 20. 282 SLC Championship 2010-11 282 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate 2006-07 282 UT Arlington Fall Classic 2006-07 282 SLC Championship 2004-05 282 Henry Griffits Inv. 2000-01

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1. 823 Turtle Bay Invitational 2006-07 2. 835 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate 2006-07 3. 844 Oak Hills Invitational 2008-09 4. 850 Turtle Bay Invitational 2008-09 5. 851 Jim West intercollegiate 2009-10 851 UT Arlington Fall Classic 2006-07 7. 854 Cleveland Golf Classic 2001-02 8. 854 Henry Griffits Inv. 2000-01 9. 855 Moe O’Brien Memorial 1997-98 855 Lonestar Invitational 2010-11 11. 858 Colorado Invitational 2012-13 858 Fall Beach Classic 2002-03 12. 859 Border Olympics 2006-07 859 Squire Creek Invitational 2004-05 859 Northwest Collegiate Classic 2004-05 UT ARLINGTON GOLF 2013-14

859 Northwest Collegiate Classic 2003-04 859 Northwest Collegiate Classic 2000-01 17. 860 Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invite 2012-13 860 The Maxwell 2003-04 18. 861 SLC Championship 2004-05 861 UT Pan American Classic 1993-94 LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 1. 40 UTA/Waterchase Invitational 2008-09 2. 33 Moe O’Brien Memorial 1997-98 3. 28 Copy Systems Intercollegiate 1997-98 4. 22 Jim West intercollegiate 2009-10 22 UT Arlington Fall Classic 2006-07 6. 18 SLC Championship 1994-95 7. 15 Sammons Park Invitational 1991-92 8. 13 SLC Championship 2004-05 9. 10 SLC Championship 2010-11 10. 8 Sammons Park Invitational 1991-92 Wins, Season;

5, 1998-99

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS 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


Anthony Estorga Jordan Krantz Jay Rees 2005, 2009, 2011 Tyrone Mordt WAC INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS Zack Reeves Paul McConnell 2013 Bobby Massa Zack Fischer ALL-WAC FIRST-TEAM Wes Worster Paul McConnell 2013

2003 2005 2005 2006 2008, 2009 2010, 2011 2011

SLC COACH OF THE YEAR

ALL-WAC SECOND-TEAM

ALL-SLC SECOND-TEAM

Greg Gregory 1994 2013 Chris Forbes 1995, 1996 Corby King 1998 SLC INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS Harry Singh 1999 Jason Hughes 1995 Luke Main 2002 Adam Babb 2000 Zack Reeves 2005, 2008 Jordan Krantz 2005 Jeff Murray 2005 Zack Fischer 2009 SLC STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Bryce Easton 2010 Zack Fischer (co-medalist) 2009 ALL-SLC THIRD-TEAM Jordan Krantz 2003 Paul McConnell 2011 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Corby King 2000 Jordan Krantz 2005 Luke Main 2001 Justin Schulze 2002 Tyrone Mordt 2004 Jordan Krantz 2005 Zack Reeves 2007 Zack Reeves 2007 Michael Van deVenter 2008, 2009 Michael Van DeVenter 2009 ALL-SLC HONORABLE MENTION Hunter Brown 2012, 2013 Luke Main 2001 SLC ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Brandon Mullen 2002 Donald Dowie 2010 Tyrone Mordt 2003 SLC NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Landon Allen 2004 Ryan Zamarano 2006 Jason Hughes 1995 Bryce Easton 2007, 2009 Shad Muth 2001 2008 Anthony Estorga 2003 Kevin Carrigan Wes Worster 2010 Jeff Murray 2005 Hunter Brown 2010 Ryan Zamorano 2006 Hunter Brown

GOLF COACHES OF AMERICA PING ALL-REGION TEAM 2010 2011 Bobby Massa 2009 Zack Fischer 2010, 2011 ALL-SLC FIRST-TEAM Paul McConnell 2012, 2013 Bobby Bridges 1994 Greg Gregory 1993, 1995 Jason Hughes 1995 Josh Palmer 1995 Harry Singh 1996, 1998 Nathan Main 1997 Charan Thethy 1999 Chris Forbes 1999 Adam Babb 2000 Shad Muth 2001, 2002

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Year Apr. 25-27, 2011 Mar. 14-15, 2011 Oct. 17-18, 2010 May 12-13, 2010 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 SLC Championship San Diego Intercollegiate Lone Star Invitational Jim West Intercollegiate 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 Holiday Hills Classic Sammons Park Invitational Sammons Park Invitational Fort Worth Rec. Tournament Abilene Intercollegiate TCU Invitational Abilene Intercollegiate

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Location Fort Worth, Texas San Diego, Calif. San Antonio, Texas Victoria, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Austin, Texas Wichita, Kan. Kingwood, Texas Ruston, La. McKinney, Texas Mandeville, La. Tyler, Texas San Antonio, Texas Las Cruces, N.M. Broken Arrow, Okla. Beaumont, Texas Little Rock, Ark. Lake Charles, La. Phoenix, Ariz. West Columbia, Tex. Classic Mission, Texas Mineral Wells, Tex. Belton, Texas Belton, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Abilene, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Abilene, Texas

Score 291-282-289=862 360-367-366=1093 (Tie) 291-278-286=855 281-281-289=851 295-280-289=864 282-275-294=851 296-286=582 287-292-312=891 289-290-282=861 297-290-292=879 286=286 314-310-293=917 293-302-297=892 300-292=592 285-289=574 289-290-285=864 283 289-287-302=878 280-287-288=855 286-296-289=871 286-299-297=884 280-290-291=861 287-298-291=876 288-293=581 284-288=572 300-300-292=892 N/A N/A 297-277-285-295=1154


ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS Name Tournament Paul McConnell WAC Championship Paul McConnell Fighting Irish GridironClassic Paul McConnell San Diego Intercollegiate Bryce Easton Jim West intercollegiate Zack Fischer SLC Preview Zack Fischer SLC Championship Bobby Massa Border Olympics Michael Van deVenter UTA/Waterchase Invitational Kevin Carrigan Diet Pepsi/Shocker Classic Bobby Massa Diet Pepsi/Shocker Classic Zack Reeves Squire Creek Intercollegiate Jordan Krantz 2005 SLC Championships Tyrone Mordt Fall Beach Classic Jeff Murray Stonebridge Invitational Luke Main UT San Antonio Invitational Adam Babb SLC Championship Thomas Pye Colo. State Ram Intercollegiate Charan Thethy UT San Antonio Invitational Harry Singh Moe O’Brien Memorial Jason Hughes SLC Championship Greg Gregory Pizza Hut Invitational Terry Lauristen Oak Craft Classic Greg Gregory Hall Sutton Intercollegiate Greg Gregory Sammons Park Invitational Gary Wolff Stephen F. Austin Invitational Don Copeland Abilene Intercollegiate Arnold Salinas Abilene Intercollegiate * co-medalist, lost tournament in playoff

Date April 29-May 1, 2013 Sept. 25-27, 2011 Mar. 14-15, 2011 April 12-13, 2010 Nov. 2-3, 2009 April 27-29, 2009 March 13-14, Oct. 27-28, 2008 March 31-Apri 1, 2007 April 2-3, 2007 Oct. 17-18, 2005 April 26-27, 2005 Nov. 1-2, 2004 Oct. 5, 2004 Feb. 26-27, 2001 April 17-18, 2000 Sept. 27-28, 1999 Feb. 22-23, 1999 March 23-24, 1998 April 16-18, 1995 Feb. 25-26, 1995 Oct. 4-5, 1993 Nov. 9-10, 1992 April 6-7, 1992 April 9-10, 1970 May 1-3, 1968 April 25-27, 1962

Score 71-78-69=218 71-68-71=210 72-72-70=214 69-71-69=209 69-73-67+209 67-68-77=212* 2009 66-73-72=211 71-67-67=205 67-68-71=206 72-72-75=219 67-74-70=211 69-70-69=208 70-72-68=210 =68 70-68-69=207 71-70-72=213 68-70=138 72-70=142 67-69-71=207 70-74-73=217 71-72=143 71-68-73=212 71-68-72=211 68-69=137 66-35-70=171* 70-68-69-73=280 71-72-67-68=278

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PREVIEW

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

UTA AND DFW

Welcome to UT Arlington................. 35

UTA President Dr. Karbhari ............. 36

Maverick Country.............................. 37

College Park District......................... 38

Athletic Training / Sports Medicine.39

Around Dallas/Fort Worth................. 40

UTA AND UTA COACHES AND DFW DFW

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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS

The University of Texas at Arlington sets the standard for educational excellence in the thriving Dallas-Fort Worth area. With an enrollment approaching 33,500, it’s the second largest institution in the UT System and the sixth largest in Texas. The University is rising in stature through its commitment to transforming the lives of students, pushing the boundaries of knowledge, and serving those around us. Dramatic, measurable advancements continue to propel UT Arlington toward its goal of becoming one of America’s premier research institutions. Research activity has more than tripled to $66 million over the

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past 10 years, with increasing expertise in bioengineering, medical diagnostics, micro-manufacturing, and defense and Homeland Security technologies, among other areas. With a growing number of campus residents, UT Arlington has become a first-choice university for students seeking a vibrant college experience. In addition to receiving a first-rate education in more than 180 disciplines, our students participate in a robust slate of co-curricular activities that prepare them to become the next generation of leaders.

OUR STUDENTS

They come from every state and 116 countries, resulting in one of the most diverse student groups in the nation.

Degrees Offered (Fall 2012) 81 Bachelor’s 70 Master’s 30 Doctoral 1 Professional

Enrollment (Fall 2012) 33,239 total 25,761 undergraduate 7,478 graduate

Diversity (Fall 2012)

20.9 percent Hispanic 14.3 percent African American 10.0 percent Asian 8.5 percent International 2013-14 GOLF YEARBOOK

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Office of the President

A visionary leader and accomplished scholar, Vistasp M. Karbhari took office in June 2013 as the eighth president of The University of Texas at Arlington. He is a professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. As president, he is committed to advancing UT Arlington’s national and international profile while strengthening excellence in research and teaching and ensuring the success of the University’s 33,800 undergraduate and graduate students. Prior to joining UT Arlington, President Karbhari was provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the University of Alabama in Huntsville from 2008 to 2013. During that time the university saw an increase in sponsored research expenditures, added more than a dozen academic programs that highlighted academic strengths and met the workforce needs of the community, successfully integrated the divisions of academic and student affairs, enhanced student life, and established a student success center that boosted retention and graduation rates. He also helped raise significant private funds for student scholarships, faculty development, and endowed chairs. He was a professor at the University of California, San Diego from 1995 to 2008. In addition to his research and teaching commitments at UCSD, he served in several administrative and leadership roles at the department, college, and university levels, including in the Faculty Senate.

Dr. Vistasp M. Karbhari

A prolific researcher, President Karbhari is an expert in the processing and mechanics of composites, durability of materials, infrastructure rehabilitation, and multi-threat mitigation and has authored or co-authored more than 460 papers in journals and conference proceedings and edited or co-edited four books. He holds one patent and has served as principal investigator or co-principal investigator on more than $37 million in research projects. He is a fellow of ASM International, which serves the materials science and engineering profession, and a fellow of the International Institute for FRP in Construction, which is dedicated to the use of fiber-reinforced polymer composites. He serves as the associate editor of the Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring, as the American editor for the International Journal of Materials and Product Technology, and as an editorial board member for Composite Structures, the ASTM Journal for Testing and Evaluation, Structural Engineering and Mechanics, and the International Journal of Sustainable Materials and Structural Systems. President Karbhari earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and a master’s degree in structures, both from the University of Poona in India, and a Ph.D. with a dissertation in composite materials from the University of Delaware. During his more than 20 years in higher education, he has received numerous awards for research, teaching, and innovation. He and his wife, Lisa, reside in Arlington, Texas.


Engineering Research Building

Collaboration and research form the foundation for the 234,000-square-foot Engineering Research Building, the last of three College of Engineering expansion projects and the centerpiece of the Research Quadrangle. A March 4 ribbon cutting heralds completion of the building, which opened for classes and research in January 2011. The state-of-the-art structure houses laboratories, classrooms, and office space to accommodate many of the national research projects of the College of Engineering and the College of Science. The Bioengineering Department and some College of Science faculty work together in the four-story east wing on research into medical imaging, tissue engineering, and other issues that impact health and daily living. The Computer Science and Engineering Department occupies the six-story north wing.

MAVERICK ACTIVITY CENTER

The MAC, a $34.5 million recreation facility, is approximately 190,000 sq. ft. and includes: • 20,000 square foot weight and fitness room (90+ pieces of cardio equipment, 4 circuit training units & a free weight area) • 4 Multipurpose rooms — yoga, martial arts, aerobics, and more, 5 Indoor basketball courts, 9 Volleyball courts, Indoor soccer gymnasium, 2 Indoor tracks -- 1/16 mile and 1/9 mile, 5 Racquetball courts, 10 Badminton courts, Game room and table tennis. • A social corridor with group seating, 2 Outdoor Volleyball Courts, 2 Outdoor Basketball Courts and a Climbing Wall.

THE GREEN AT COLLEGE PARK The Planetarium offers live stargazing and pre-recorded programs to the public, school groups, and UT Arlington students all year round. Using state-of-the-art technology and a 60-ft. dome screen; the Planetarium is an immersive space theater facility with endless capabilities. Our shows are one-hour long and consist of ~30-minutes of stargazing of tonight’s night sky presented by a space scientist, and another ~30-minutes pre-recorded program.

The Green at College Park is an inviting 4.62-acre space for students, neighbors, and friends to gather and relax. Located just to the south of College Park Center, it has a large lawn, native grasses, adaptive plants, and a curved stone wall that offers seating. It connects to the city’s Center Street Trail system, which provides vehicular, pedestrian, and bike access to nearby points of interest, including the University, downtown Arlington, Levitt Pavilion, and more.


College Park District is the most ambitious project in UT Arlington history—practically a campus in and of itself. Spanning more than 20 acres, the $160 million development is a place where students, neighbors, and visitors can intermingle while enjoying stellar entertainment, sports, and restaurants. The impressive complex includes a broad range of amenities, with the University’s special events arena—College Park Center—as its focal point. Opened in early 2012, the state-of-the-art facility regularly hosts basketball and

More than 5,000 students call UT Arlington home during the school year, a number that is growing every day. In fact, today more students live in residence halls and on-campus apartments than at any time in the University’s history. Vandergriff Hall and The Lofts at College Park, located inside College Park, are helping boost that statistic and

volleyball games, concerts, lectures, commencements, and numerous other high-profile events. Located next to the arena is The Green at College Park—an inviting oasis where students and neighbors can gather, relax, and play, and the multi-use College Park building. The latter is home to two student residential complexes (The Lofts at College Park and Vandergriff Hall), as well as a variety of popular restaurants, an 1,800-car parking facility, the Dan Dipert University Welcome Center, and a University police substation.

continue the University’s effort to transform itself into a true residential campus. The advantages of cultivating this type of environment are clear: Research shows that students who live on campus are more likely to earn higher GPAs, complete their degrees on time, and even pursue advanced degrees.

College Park District offers a variety of food choices from pizza, subs to mexican food. Occupying College Park District is Smiling Moose Deli, Coolberry Frozen Yogurt, Diggs Taco Shop, Pie Five, Pho Xpress, GRIP Mediterranean Grill and Blaze’s Sports Grill.


ATHLETIC TRAINING / SPORTS MEDICINE ATHLETIC TRAINING

Our Mission is a committed focus on a triad of athletic development, injury prevention, and rigorous training. This results in developing each student-athlete’s innate ability to the fullest. The triad hinges on training the student-athlete in a manner to attain physical development and structural balance from top to bottom and front to back by utilizing a broad spectrum of Olympic lift variation, squat, press, and pulling movements, with a major emphasis placed of developing the posterior chain. Sound techniques, scientific principals, and a high level of intensity and motivation ensure that our student-athletes are trained specifically and individually to be champions in their sport. UT Arlington features two full-size weight rooms; one located in College Park Center and the other featured at Maverick Stadium.

SPORTS MEDICINE

The Athletic Training Staff of the University of Texas at Arlington consists of the head, associate, assistant, and student athletic trainers. Working with team physicians, our goal is to provide quality medical care for the student athletes of UT Arlington. Each member of the Sports Medicine Team will work to provide leadership, advice and service necessary to prevent injury, care for the injured and sick, and rehabilitate and recondition the injured athlete.


ARLINGTON, DALLAS AND FORT WORTH

Arlington is located right in the heart of the DFW Metroplex, a compilation of 12 counties that is home to over six million people, the largest metropolitan area in the south.

Arlington features amusement parks such as Six Flags Over Texas and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor. Shopping featured at Parks Mall and the Highlands as well as concerts, sports and other entertaiment.

SUNDANCE SQUARE

In Sundance Square, you’ll find dozens of excellent dining spots with an incredibly wide range of cuisines. You can walk to world-class shows at Bass Performance Hall, or take in a museum, movie, or live theater presentation. Relax with friends at one of the many cool night spots, or go shopping at nationally known stores and unique boutiques.

To the east of Arlington is Dallas. A scenic downtown with entertainment as far as the eye can see. Museums, historical locations, the Dallas Museum of Art , the Dallas World Aquarium as well other spectacular venues. To the west, is Fort Worth. Home of the stockyards, Sundance Square and Billy Bob’s -the largest honky tonk in the world.

UPTOWN, DALLAS

Entertainment, destination, office relocation -Uptown has it all. With more than 100 restaurants, 2 shopping districts, 8 boutique hotels and B&Bs, movie and live theaters, 20 office towers/parks, a variety of residential choices and a free trolley line that connects you to the Arts District and DART Rail at Cityplace Station.


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Arlington, Texas, is one of the fastest-growing communities in the nation. Located between Dallas and Fort Worth, the city is home to more than 380,000 residents, making it the seventh-largest in the state. It’s also the hometown of two professional sports teams, the Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys. Residents, athletes, and visitors alike enjoy hot summers and mild winters, and fill their days with good food, good company, and good entertainment.

PROFESSIONAL SPORTS IN DFW The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is home to five major professional teams; including the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars, FC Dallas and the Texas Rangers.

Within miles of the UT Arlington campus, Arlington features AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, and Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.

AT&T Stadium was host to Super Bowl XLV and the 2011 NBA All-Star Game and hosts the 2014 NCAA Final Four. Rangers Ballpark in Arlington has hosted two World Series and the American League Championship Series.

Located in Dallas, American Airlines Center is home to the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars. AAC has hosted two NBA Finals as well as countless concerts and special events. In Frisco, FC Dallas Stadium is home to FC Dallas. FC Dallas Stadium is not only home of MLS action, but hosts concerts, high school football, the NCAA Division II Football Championship and has been the home of MLS Cup.



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