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Table

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Introduction

Meet the Roadrunners

UTSA Golf Courses__________________________ 2-3

Head Coach John Knauer__________________32-33

Lone Star Invitational__________________________ 4

Director of Golf Development Bill Rogers_________34

UTSA Oak Hills Invitational_____________________ 5

Assistant Coach Ian Parnaby___________________35

Roster _______________________________________ 6

Xabier Basañez___________________________36-37

Schedule_____________________________________ 7

Martin Board_____________________________38-39 Nicko Dodd______________________________40-41

This Is UTSA

Mitchell Griffin____________________________42-43

UTSA______________________________________ 8-9

Taylor Koser______________________________44-45

Campus Life______________________________10-11

Reed Stegall______________________________46-47

Campus Recreation________________________12-13

Stanton Tondre____________________________48-49

Academic Services________________________14-15

Ryan Werre______________________________50-51

Career Services___________________________16-17

Brett Hogan_________________________________52

Athletic Medicine____________________________18

Garrison Lackey_____________________________53

Strength & Conditioning_______________________19

J.J. Lindsey__________________________________54

UTSA Spirit_______________________________20-21

Lynn Hickey_________________________________55

A New Home________________________________22

Dr. Ricardo Romo____________________________56

Conference USA_____________________________23 Building Champions__________________________24

History & Records

NCAA Host Institution_________________________25

2012 Fall Review_________________________58-59

San Antonio______________________________26-29

2011-12 Season Review___________________60-63

NCAA Compliance___________________________30

Conference Honor Roll________________________64

Credits

Conference/NCAA History____________________65 All-Time Team Championships__________________66

The 2012-13 UTSA Men’s Golf Guide was designed, written and edited by Assistant AD/Athletics Communications Kyle Stephens with assistance from head coach John Knauer and former Athletics Communications Intern Nathan Sinclair.

Year-by-Year Results________________________67-75

Photography Bryan Bullon, Elizabeth Dalton, Jeff Huehn, Mark McClendon, San Antonio Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, supporting golf courses.

Lone Star Invitational Records__________________78

Team/Individual Records______________________76 UTSA Oak Hills Invitational Records_____________77

All-Time Letterwinners_________________________79 Roadrunners in the Pros_______________________80


U TSA G o l f C o u r s e s

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Briggs Ranch Golf Club

Oak Hills Country Club

7,206 Yards • Par 72

6,765 Yards • Par 71

The home of the UTSA golf teams, Briggs Ranch Golf Club is ranked by Golfweek as the best residential golf course in Texas and sixth in the U.S. This Tom Fazio signature course offers every player a challenge, yet may be their best golf experience ever. Fazio has enhanced the natural terrain, creating a course that seems to be in continuous motion. UTSA hosts the Lone Star Invitational at Briggs Ranch each October.

Nestled within 200 acres of majestic oak trees and rolling hills within San Antonio’s Medical Center, Oak Hills Country Club is one of the most storied and respected courses in the country. A.W. Tillinghast’s trademark style is evident with tree-lined fairways, bunker-protected greens and contoured putting surfaces. Oak Hills has hosted 24 PGA Tour events and has been the home of the Champions Tour AT&T Championship since 2002. The UTSA Oak Hills Invitational is held here each February.

TPC San Antonio

The Club at Sonterra

AT&T Oaks Course: 7,522 Yards • Par 72 AT&T Canyons Course: 7,406 Yards • Par 72

Canyon Creek Course: 6,359 Yards • Par 72 North Course: 7,070 Yards • Par 72

TPC San Antonio opened in January 2010 with 36 holes of golf designed by two of golf’s most innovative architects: Pete Dye and Greg Norman. Situated on 2,800 rolling acres at the base of the beautiful Texas Hill Country, both the AT&T Canyons Course by Pete Dye and AT&T Oaks Course by Greg Norman were built with the infrastructure to be host venues for PGA Tour tournaments.

Located on the edge of the beautiful Texas Hill Country, the Club at Sonterra is home to a pair of gorgeous and grandiose courses. The North Course is built on fairly flat terrain and features wide fairways lined by many large oak trees that can affect shots. The Canyon Creek Course requires good aim and is highlighted by numerous elavation changes, sand bunkers and fast, sloping greens.

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U TSA G o l f C o u r s e s

Dominion Country Club 6,937 Yards • Par 72 Set among rolling ranchland and majestic live oaks, Dominion Country Club incorporates 25 acres of man-made lakes created to enhance the area’s natural beauty. The course employs a unique tee-off system, labeled the “4-Tee Challenge System” by course designer Bill Johnston. Four separate and strategically-located tees on each hole both challenge and reward players of varying skills. The Dominion hosted a Champions Tour event for 17 years and serves as the home course for the Futures Tour’s Texas Hill Country Classic.

Hill Country Golf Club The Oaks: 3,438 Yards • Par 36 The Creeks: 3,429 Yards • Par 36 The Lakes: 3,502 Yards • Par 36 The Hill Country Golf Club meets all the standards of a truly great golf San Antonio golf resort course. The course is a beautiful, dramatic and balanced 27-hole facility designed by the nationally acclaimed golf course architectural firm, Arthur Hills and Associates. Set on 200 acres, it features a wide-ranging terrain with rolling meadows, steep hillsides, wooded ravines and treeshaded plateaus, as well as the tranquil threat of lakes and ponds.

La Cantera Golf Club

San Antonio Country Club

Resort Course: 7,021 Yards • Par 72 Palmer Course: 6,926 Yards • Par 71

6,833 Yards • Par 72

Situated atop one of the highest points in San Antonio and across Loop 1604 from the UTSA campus, La Cantera Golf Club showcases two breathtaking courses. Designed by Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf, the Resort Course hosted the PGA Tour’s Valero Texas Open from 19952009 and was named one of the top 10 public access courses by Golf Magazine. Pristinely perched on the edge of the Texas Hill Country, the Arnold Palmer-designed Palmer Course, offers spectacular scenery.

Designed in 1907 by Alex Findlay, the exclusive San Antonio Country Club features narrow, tree-lined fairways and small greens on a challenging, yet traditional layout. Water hazards come into play on a few holes and numerous strategically-placed sand bunkers will test each player’s shot-making ability.

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L o n e S ta r I n v i tat i o n a l Oct. 14-16, 2012 Hill Country Golf Club 6,931 Yards • Par 72

2012 Lone Star Invitational Final Results Team Standings 1___ Houston_________________ 298-293-275—866 (+2) 2___ North Texas_____________ 284-295-291—870 (+6) 3___ Denver_________________ 287-295-299—881 (+17) 4___ Central Arkansas________ 293-292-300—885 (+21) 5___ Arizona________________ 297-300-289—886 (+22) 6___ Texas State_____________ 293-299-296—888 (+24) 7___ UTSA__________________ 290-299-300—889 (+25) 8___ Stephen F. Austin________ 306-303-295—904 (+40) 9___ Rice___________________ 305-299-301—905 (+41) ____ Sacramento State________ 295-299-311—905 (+41)

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Southern Miss___________ 298-300-309—907 (+43) Utah Valley_____________ 303-303-304—910 (+46) Houston Baptist_________ 302-314-297—913 (+49) Illinois State____________ 313-305-297—915 (+51) New Mexico State__________________306-304-DNF

Individual Top Five 1___ Rodolfo Cazaubon, North Texas__ 68-70-74—212 2___ Stanton Tondre, UTSA__________70-74-70­—214 ____ Carlos Ortiz, North Texas______69-75-70—214 ____ Curtis Reed, Houston___________75-70-69—214 ____ Roman Robledo, Houston_______75-71-68—214

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(-4) (-2) (-2) (-2) (-2)


U T SA O a k H i l l s I n v i tat i o n a l Feb. 11-12, 2013 Oak Hills Country Club 6,765 Yards • Par 71

2012 Oak Hills Invitational Final Results Team Standings 1___ Texas Tech_______________ 290-287-282—859 (+7) 2___ Oklahoma______________ 288-284-290—862 (+10) 3___ Baylor_________________ 292-284-289—865 (+13) 4___ Louisiana-Lafayette_______ 286-294-293—873 (+21) ____ North Texas____________ 297-293-283—873 (+21) 6___ Wichita State___________ 289-297-288—874 (+22) 7___ Louisiana Tech__________ 294-294-292—880 (+28) 8___ Texas State_____________ 296-293-293—882 (+30) 9___ Houston________________ 292-297-295—884 (+32) 10__ Southeastern Louisiana___ 295-298-295—888 (+36) 11__ Tulsa__________________ 302-300-288—890 (+38)

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UTSA__________________ 303-295-294—892 Iowa State______________ 302-289-301—892 Kansas State____________ 306-290-301—897 Rice___________________ 312-305-301—918

(+40) (+40) (+45) (+66)

Individual Top Five 1___ Joakim Mikkelsen, Baylor*______71-71-68—210 (-3) ____ Clement Sordet, Texas Tech_____73-71-66—210 (-3) 3___ Carlos Ortiz, North Texas______75-69-67—211 (-2) 4___ Tyler Gann, Wichita State______70-71-71—212 (-1) 5___ Finley Ewing IV, Texas Tech_____ 74-69-70—213 (E)

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2 0 1 2-13 R o s t e r Name

Ht.

Wt.

Yr.-Exp.

Xabier Basañez

6-0

185

So.-RS

Caracas, Venezuela/Lycee Franco Costaricien

Martin Board

6-0

205

So.-1L

Midland, Texas/Midland HS

Nicko Dodd

5-8

155

Sr.-3L

Sugar Land, Texas/Strake Jesuit HS

Mitchell Griffin

6-0

155

Sr.-3L

Driftwood, Texas/Dripping Springs HS

Brett Hogan

5-10

160

Fr.-HS

Calgary, Alberta/Bishop O’Byrne HS

Taylor Koser

6-2

175

Sr.-3L

Rice Lake, Wis./Rice Lake HS

Garrison Lackey

6-3

180

So.-TR

Weslaco, Texas/Weslaco HS/Texarkana College

J.J. Lindsey

6-0

160

Fr.-HS

Adkins, Texas/Home School

Reed Stegall

5-9

150

So.-1L

San Angelo, Texas/Central HS

Stanton Tondre

5-9

160

Sr.-1L

Castroville, Texas/Medina Valley HS/Odessa College

5-11

160

Jr.-2L

Redcliff, Alberta/Eagle Butte HS

Ryan Werre

Hometown/Previous School(s)

Head Coach: John Knauer (fifth year, Texas A&M ‘95) Director of Golf Development: Bill Rogers (fifth year, Houston ‘73) Assistant Coach: Ian Parnaby (fourth year, Tennessee ‘04)

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Xabier Basañez

Martin Board

Nicko Dodd

Mitchell Griffin

Brett Hogan

Taylor Koser

Garrison Lackey

J.J. Lindsey

Reed Stegall

Stanton Tondre

Ryan Werre

John Knauer

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2 0 1 2-13 S ch e d u l e Fall Date Event

Course

Location___________

Sept. 10-11

Sam H. Hall Intercollegiate

Hattiesburg C.C.

Hattiesburg, Miss.

Sept. 28-29

William H. Tucker Intercollegiate

New Mexico Championship G.C.

Albuquerque, N.M.

Oct. 14-16

Lone Star Invitational

Hill Country G.C.

San Antonio, Texas

Oct. 22-23

Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate

NMSU G.C.

Las Cruces, N.M.

Spring Date Event

Course

Location___________

Feb. 4-5

Rice Intercollegiate

Westwood G.C.

Houston, Texas

Feb. 11-12

UTSA Oak Hills Invitational

Oak Hills C.C.

San Antonio, Texas

Feb. 22-24

Bayou City Collegiate Championship

Redstone G.C.

Humble, Texas

March 4-5

Louisiana Classics

Oakbourne C.C.

Lafayette, La.

March 15-16

Border Olympics

Laredo C.C.

Laredo, Texas

April 8-9

Jim West Intercollegiate

TPC Craig Ranch

McKinney, Texas

April 29-May 1

WAC Championship

Rio Secco G.C.

Henderson, Nev.

May 16-18

NCAA Regional

TBD

Pre-determined sites

May 28-June 2

NCAA Championship

Capital City Club - Crabapple

Atlanta, Ga.

Home events in bold • schedule subject to change

Q u i c k F a ct s General Information Name________ The University of Texas at San Antonio Location_______________________San Antonio, Texas Founded__________________________________ 1969 Enrollment_____________30,968 (26,268 undergrad.) President________________________ Dr. Ricardo Romo Alma Mater____________________________ Texas ‘67 Athletic Director_______________________ Lynn Hickey Alma Mater__________________ Ouachita Baptist ‘73 NCAA Faculty Representative______ Dr. Gregg Michel Affiliation________________________ NCAA Division I Conference_______________________ Western Athletic Nickname___________________________ Roadrunners Mascot_____________________Rowdy the Roadrunner Colors__ Navy Blue (289), Orange (1665) and White

Team Information Head Coach________________John Knauer (5th year) Alma Mater_______________________ Texas A&M ‘95 Office Phone_____________________ (210) 458-4198 E-mail______________________ john.knauer@utsa.edu Director of Golf Development____________ Bill Rogers Alma Mater__________________________Houston ‘73 Assistant Coach_______________________ Ian Parnaby Alma Mater________________________ Tennessee ‘04 First Season_______________________________ 1983 All-Time Tournament Championships_____________ 20 Athletics Communications Assistant AD/Men’s Golf Contact______ Kyle Stephens Office Phone_____________________ (210) 458-4551 Office Fax_______________________ (210) 458-4569 E-mail_____________________ kyle.stephens@utsa.edu Website____________________________ goUTSA.com Mailing Address_____ UTSA Athletics Communications _______________________________ One UTSA Circle _______________________ San Antonio, Texas 78249

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A b o u t UTSA The University of Texas at San Antonio was founded on June 5, 1969, by the Texas Legislature to be a “university of the first class.”

This is

UTSA serves the San Antonio metropolitan area and the broader region of South Texas through programs and services offered from its four campuses: Main Campus, Downtown Campus, Hemisfair Park Campus and Park West Campus. With more than 31,000 students enrolled in 135 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, UTSA is the third-largest component in The University of Texas System. UTSA lists an enrollment of 30,968 (26,268) undergraduates) for Spring 2012, making it the eighth-largest school in the state of Texas. UTSA offers 135 degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels in the colleges of Architecture, Business, Education and Human Development, Engineering, Honors, Liberal and Fine Arts, Public Policy, Sciences and in the Graduate School. The university’s four campuses provide access and opportunity for large numbers of historically underserved students. More than half of UTSA’s students come from groups underrepresented in higher education. Many students are the first in their families to attend a college or university.

Dr. Ricardo Romo, a San Antonio native, became UTSA’s fifth president in 1999 and is the first Hispanic president in the university’s history.

Main Building

As the region’s largest generator of engineers, artists, business professionals, teachers, scientists and technology managers, UTSA has produced more than 81,000 graduates since awarding its first degree in 1974. UTSA has a total of 622 budgeted tenure/ tenure-track faculty positions. Ninety-eight percent of full-time faculty hold doctorates or equivalent terminal degrees. UTSA has a total of 40 endowed academic positions, a measure of academic excellence. They include 15 distinguished chairs, six chairs, six distinguished professorships, nine professorships and one faculty fellowship In addition to the educational advantages UTSA offers, its economic impact directly and indirectly produces 1.2 billion in annual business revenues and supports an estimated 15,720 jobs in the San Antonio metropolitan statistical area. Purchases by UTSA in 2011 totaled $78 million, with $16.8 million or 21 percent designated or obtained from historically underutilized business (HUB) vendors. Sources: UTSA Office of University Communications

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In 1973 construction began on UTSA’s original campus, now known as the Main Campus, on a 600-acre tract in the rolling foothills of San Antonio’s northwest side

UTSA opened the 11-acre Downtown Campus in 1997.


UTSA University Center

Mi s s i on Stat e m e n t The University of Texas at San Antonio is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, community engagement and public service. As an institution of access and excellence, UTSA embraces multicultural traditions, serving as a center for intellectual and creative resources as well as a catalyst for socioeconomic development for Texas, the nation and the world. Research and sponsored programs expenditures at UTSA increased to more than $79.4 million in 2011, a 64.9 percent increase during the last five years. UTSA has plans for $157 million in construction during the next two years.

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C am p u s L i f e Laurel Village

UTSA has four housing complexes on its Main Campus offering several styles of group living. On-campus housing accommodates approximately 3,700 students. Students living on-campus are close to classrooms, the student center, food courts, library, athletics facilities and the student recreation center. Chaparral Village and Laurel Village are the two newest on-campus residences and both offer two- and four-bedroom suites with cable television, high speed Internet and kitchenettes, study rooms, a computer lab, a swimming pool and basketball courts. A new 618-bed residence — San Saba Hall — currently is under construction.

C h a pa r r a l V i l l a g e

R o a d r u n n e r C a f é C o mm o n s

The UTSA Libraries offer personalized research assistance and a wide variety of study spaces through locations at the Main Campus, Downtown Campus and the HemisFair Park Campus. Students have access to 1.8 million volumes, including 800,000 e-books, 70,000 serial subscriptions, more than 300 online databases and 54,000 audiovisual items.

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The Recreation and Wellness Center is a stateof-the-art 300,000 square-foot facility housing a wide variety of programs and facilities from fitness and aquatics centers, basketball, racquetball and beach volleyball courts to massage studios and a rock-climbing wall.

R e c r e at i o n

and

W e l l n e ss C e n t e r

nter and

A q u a t i cs C e Lazy River

UTSA students, faculty and staff have many options for dining on campus.

Real Food on Campus at Roadrunner CafĂŠ, located adjacent to Chaparral Village, is an all-you-care-to-eat residential restaurant that includes a deli, brick oven pizza and stir-fry.

Other on-campus dining options include Smoothie King inside the Recreation and Wellness Center, Einstein Bros. Bagels in the Biotechnology, Sciences & Engineering Building, Extreme Pita in the Business Building and a Subway, Grille Works, Bene Pizza & Pasta, Home Zone, Monterey Cafe, and C3 Convenience Store at the Downtown Campus.

The University Center (UC) Food Court houses Chili’s Too, Taco Cabana, Panda Express and Burger King, while Starbucks, Subway and a C3 Convenience Store are a short walk away.

The John Peace Library (JPL) Food Court houses Chick-fil-A, Subway, Sushic-The Sushi Company, Starbucks, Smoothie King, Bene Pizza & Pasta and a C3 Convenience Store.

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enter R e c r e at i o n & W e l l n e ss C

The UTSA Recreation & Wellness Center received the National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association Outstanding Facility Award in 2009.

Campus Rec The UTSA Recreation & Wellness Center is one of the largest campus recreation centers in the state of Texas, containing nearly 300,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space. The facility consists of six program areas — fitness and wellness, open recreation, intramural sports, club sports, outdoor pursuits and aquatics.

The UTSA Recreation & Wellness Center houses more than 24,000 square feet of weight and cardio space.

Campus Recreation offers personal training, fitness assessments, nutritional guidance and group exercise for no additional fee. Group exercise consists of more than 25 classes ranging from yoga to kickboxing.

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The 18,000 square-foot cardio room features numerous machines ranging from tread mills, ellipticals and stationary bikes to rowers and spin bikes.

The Outdoor Aquatics Center features a three-lane lap pool, leisure pool, lazy river, hot tubs, ample lounge space, a pair of beach volleyball courts and a basketball court.

The jogging track, one-sixth of a mile in length, circles above four regulation basketball courts.

The 54-foot rockclimbing wall is the largest of its kind on any campus in the state of Texas.

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A Focus on A ca d e m i c S e r v i c e s M i s s i o n S tat e m e n t Team Academics was established in order to provide academic services for student-athletes. We provide the necessary academic support services for all studentathletes to be successful in the classroom and pursue an undergraduate degree while competing as an athlete. The center is dedicated to the academic and personal development of all student-athletes. Consistent with the mission of the University of Texas at San Antonio, the Athletics Department is committed to provide an environment in which student-athletes can be successful academically, athletically and socially. In doing so, the department dedicates itself to absolute compliance with the rules of the University of Texas System, the university, the Southland Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

V i s i o n S tat e m e n t The UTSA Athletics Department will be successful in its mission when … • Student-athletes achieve academically and compete athletically at the highest level and are prepared with skills for life. • It achieves a level of social responsibility, honesty and integrity higher than is expected by the public and is required by laws, policies, guidelines and rules. • Athletics is the focal point for school identity, pride and spirit among students, faculty, staff, alumni and the surrounding community. • The community benefits from public service, affordable entertainment and economic growth derived from athletics.

Academic Success UTSA student-athletes have earned numerous academic awards during the past decade. A league-best 27 Roadrunners have been named Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year in their respective sports, the league’s top honor for academic and athletics success. UTSA has had 15 student-athletes chosen as a Capitol One Academic All-American, one of the top honors that can be bestowed upon a collegiate athlete, while 31 have earned Academic All-District accolades since 2003. In the last nine years, 696 student-athletes have been named to the Southland Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll, including a school-record 131 in the 2010-11 academic year.

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Academics C o l in How le tt

In April 2009, a state-of-the-art academic learning center opened its doors to UTSA student-athletes. The 4,000 square-foot James and Catherine Bodenstedt Athletic Learning Center houses five study carrels,

A ss o c i a t e A D / A ca d e m i c S e r v i c e s

two large conference rooms, a classroom, computer lab and office space for the Academic Services staff.

Colin Howlett is in his third year as Associate Athletics Director for Academic Services at UTSA. He is responsible for overseeing academic support services for the entire department. Howlett came to UTSA from Virginia Tech, where he was a member of the Student-Athlete Academic Support Services for 13 years. He began his tenure as Assistant Director in August 1997 and served in that capacity until his promotion to Associate Director in August 2001. He also was the Interim Director from July 2008-January 2009. While in Blacksburg, Howlett was responsible for developing and implementing academic success programs and providing academic, career and personal counseling to studentathletes in the sports of football, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball. He also assisted in the planning and development of the department’s Learning Assistance Program, served as the liaison to the Registrar’s Office and to the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities and helped coordinate the tutorial, peer mentor and study hall programs for all student-athletes. Prior to his tenure at Virginia Tech, Howlett was an Academic/Athletic Counselor at Maine from 1996-97. He also spent two years at Austin Peay where he served as an Academic Services Intern from 1994-95 and as the Interim Compliance Coordinator for six months before joining the staff at Maine. Howlett earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis on human resource management from Susquehanna University in 1990. He received a master’s degree in health and physical education with an emphasis in athletic administration from Southern Mississippi in 1994.

Matt Leituala

Sara Gothelf

Emily Patton

Ben Wegemer

Bill Hickey

A ss i s ta n t AD/ Academic Services

A c a d e m i c C o o r d i n at o r

A c a d e m i c C o o r d i n at o r

A c a d e m i c C o o r d i n at o r

L i f e S k i lls C o o r d i n at o r

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S t u d e n t -A t h l e t e Career Services Co n n e ct i n g U T S A S t u d e n t -At hletes to C a re e r D e ve l o p m e n t R e sour ces

Career

“There are more than 380,000 student-athletes and most of them go pro in something other than sports.” — NCAA Public Service Announcement The mission of the UTSA University Career Center is to assist students and alumni in identifying and developing the skills necessary to pursue lifelong career goals. The Career Center provides comprehensive career planning, job search skill development and a wide range of tools and resources designed to assist students and alumni in conducting a successful job search. The Career Center’s website, hireroadrunners.com, contains full-time professional, internship, co-op, work-study and parttime job listings, which are updated daily. Dozens of employers visit campus each year to interview UTSA students for full-time professional positions, as well as intern, co-op and other jobs. Multiple career fairs are held each semester and are attended by hundreds of employers from a variety of disciplines. These events offer information on full- and part-time jobs, internships and more. The Career Center employs a total of 11 career counselors, one of which, Stefanie Cisneros, is dedicated to serving student-athletes at UTSA. Individual career counseling appointments are available with counselors to discuss any aspect of your career development. They will use a variety of methods to help you learn more about career interests, including free online career assessments. In addition, career counselors can assist you in developing job search skills such as resumé writing, interview preparation and networking skills. Throughout the year, a variety of workshops are offered on various career-related topics, including several designed specifically for student-athletes.

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Why do employers seek student-athletes?

Student-Athletes possess many of the skills and abilities which are often sought by organization recruiters. Characteristics such as mental toughness, self-confidence, and performing under pressure are needed to be successful in any workplace. Listed below are additional qualities athletes can transfer from the playing field into the workplace. TE N Q UALITIES OF TE AM P LAYER S • Time management • Teamwork • Goal-directed • Competitive • Confidence • Persistence and endurance • Loyalty • Discipline • Ability to accept constructive criticism • Resilience Adapted from: Bohac, Jennifer. Career Game Plan for Student-Athletes, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2000.


Services Career Center Partner Organizations

Hundreds of employers converge on the UTSA campus each year to participate in career fairs, information sessions and networking events and as guest speakers for workshops and in classrooms. Listed below is a sampling of just a few of the organizations with which the Career Center partners. Organizations marked with an asterisk have previously hired UTSA student-athletes for internships or full-time positions. AT&T * bp Energy * Capital Group Companies CIA CPS Energy Deloitte and Touche, LLP * Enterprise * Ernst & Young LLP FBI Frost Bank Harlandale ISD HEB Hyatt Hotels and Resorts * Judson ISD * KPMG LLP Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment * Medtronic * Microsoft Corporation NASA National Security Agency New York Life Northeast ISD Northrop Grumman Northside ISD Northwestern Mutual NuStar Energy Padgett Stratemann & Co., LLP Pape-Dawson Pepsi Bottling Group Planto Roe Financial Services, Inc. Raytheon San Antonio ISD Sapient Financial Group Southwest ISD Southwest Research Institute South San Antonio ISD Sportball Systems, Inc. Spurs Sports and Entertainment Target Corporation * TCEQ Tesoro Companies, Inc. Toyota Union Pacific Railroad United States Census Bureau U.S. Department of State U.S. Marshals USAA Valero Energy Corporation Veteran’s Administration Walgreens * Walt Disney World Wells Fargo Westin YMCA Zachry Holdings, Inc.

St e f a n i e Cisneros Student-Athlete Career Counselor Stefanie Cisneros is in her fifth year as career counselor for all UTSA student-athletes and her 12th year as a staff member at the UTSA Career Center Office. During her tenure, Cisneros has had the opportunity to speak to national audiences through professional presentations at the Southern Association of Colleges and Employers Annual Conference, the American Humanics Management Institute, the California Association for Counseling and Development Regional Conference and as a co-presenter at the National Careers Conference. Her most recent presentation, “Transfer the Magic from Playing Field to Career Field”, addressed the career development needs of student-athletes and best practices for working effectively with student-athlete populations and athletics departments. Cisneros is currently involved in several professional organizations, including memberships in the National Career Development Association (NCDA), Southern Association of Colleges and Employers (SoACE), National Association for Colleges and Employers (NACE) and the Texas Cooperative Education and Internship Association (TXCEIA). Cisneros graduated from UTSA in 2001 with a bachelor of science degree in kinesiology and completed a master of arts degree in community counseling from UTSA in 2008.

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Athletic Medicine The UTSA Athletic Training Department is committed to providing the highest standard of sports medicine care to all Roadrunners studentathletes. This includes education, prevention, evaluation, recognition, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses associated with athletic participation. Referral necessary for additional medical and psychological evaluation and treatment is also provided. The athletics training staff is dedicated to this mission and compliance with UTSA, Southland Conference and NCAA rules and regulations. The UTSA training staff works under the direction of Associate Athletics Director for Athletic Medicine, Jerry Greeson. All of the physicians that work with the training staff come from the University of Texas Health Science Center Medical School and those physicians, along with selected non-physicians, compose the sports medicine team. The training staff is responsible for the care, prevention and rehabilitation of athletic injuries, taping and wrapping procedures, emergency situations should they occur, attendance of practices and home and away events that occur to 16 intercollegiate sports. UTSA student-athletes receive care from a centralized training center which has state-of-the-art therapeutic modalities and rehabilitation equipment to give student-athletes the best care available.

Jerry Greeson

Brenna Ellis

Rhodie Moss

A ss o c i at e A.D./ Athletic Medicine

A ss o c i at e H e a d Athletic Trainer

A ss i s ta n t A t h l e t i c Trainer

Richard Campbell

Robert Lamb

Meghan McCaffrey

A ss i s ta n t A t h l e t i c Trainer

A ss i s ta n t A t h l e t i c Trainer

A ss i s ta n t A t h l e t i c Trainer

Medical Consultants Richard Holcomb, Director of Sports Medicine; David Schmidt, Head Orthopaedic Physician; Timothy Palomera, Orthopaedic Physician; Jaime Garza, Surgeon

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UTSA student-athletes receive care from a centralized training center, which has state-ofthe-art therapeutic modalities and rehabilitation equipment to give them the best care available.


Strength & Conditioning Mission Statement UTSA student-athletes are running faster and getting stronger thanks to a commitment to an enhanced strength and conditioning program and a new weight room.

The UTSA Strength & Conditioning Department provides athletes the means by which they can train consistently, sensibly and systematically over designated periods of time in a safe, clean and professional environment to help prevent injury and improve athletics performance.

Philosophy

The philosophy of the University of Texas at San Antonio strength & conditioning program adheres strictly to the three proven scientific principles of adaptation ‌ Specificity The transfer of a training adaptation to a gain in competition performance. Overload Adaptation takes place when the magnitude of training is greater than normal and is achieved by prescribing the correct number of sets, repetitions and intensity of effort. The primary focus is the muscular and energy systems’ adaptation to overload. Periodization Training phases must be planned so that speed, agility, power and endurance will peak during the most important competitions.

Strength & conditioning Staff

Charlie Dudley

Travis Reust

Derrick Jenkins

Director

A ss o c i at e D i r e c t o r

A ss i s ta n t D i r e c t o r

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UTSA Spirit

The Mascot

The Roadrunner, a bird representative of the Texas Hill Country and the Southwest, was voted the UTSA mascot in 1977, defeating the armadillo in a student election. The choice was officially adopted in early 1978.

Rowdy the Roadrunner was ranked No. 12 on Yahoo! Sports’ Top 25 Most Unique Mascots

The School Colors

Official colors of the University of Texas System are orange and white. Upon recommendation from the UTSA Student Representative Assembly, the Board of Regents approved the addition of navy blue to the orange and white for UTSA’s colors for athletics competition. 20


UTSA Fight Song Go, Roadrunners, Go! On to vict’ry with all your might. Fight, Roadrunners, Fight! For the Blue and the Orange and the White. We fight for U-T-S-A Alma Mater proud and strong. Win, Roadrunners, Win! And unite in our battle song.

The Alma Mater

Music to “Hail UTSA,” the alma mater of the University of Texas at San Antonio, was composed by Dr. Joe Stuessy, Professor of Music. Lyrics were written by Dr. Alan Craven, Director of the Division of English, Classics and Philosophy at UTSA. HAIL UTSA From our hills of oak and cedar To the Alamo Voices raised will echo As, in song, our praises flow. Hail Alma Mater! Through the years our loyalty will grow. The University of Texas at San Antonio 21


A N ew H o m e

In a press conference on Nov. 11, 2010, UTSA President Dr. Ricardo Romo (left) and Athletics Director Lynn Hickey accepted an invitation to join the Western Athletic Conference. The Roadrunners moved all 17 sports into the WAC on July 1, 2012, and will compete against teams from Denver, Idaho, Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, San Jose State, Seattle, Texas State, Utah State and UT Arlington.

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C o nfe r e n c e U S A

On May 4, 2012, UTSA accepted an invitation to join Conference USA. The Roadrunners will move all 17 sports into the league on July 1, 2013, and will compete against teams from Charlotte, East Carolina, Florida International, Louisiana Tech, Marshall, North Texas, Old Dominion, Rice, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB and UTEP.

“Today is another outstanding day to be a Roadrunner. We are very excited about our new partnership with Conference USA. It is a great fit for us, and it is a significant step forward for the University and the entire city of San Antonio.” — UTSA President Dr. Ricardo Romo

“We are pleased to welcome UTSA to Conference USA. They are an amazing University in a very dynamic and vibrant city. Without a doubt, they will be a good fit for us. What is truly impressive is the way they launched their football program, which is a tribute to the strong leadership in place.” — Conference USA Commissioner Britton Banowsky

UTSA Director of Athletics Lynn Hickey, UTSA President Dr. Ricardo Romo and Chairman of the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Football Task Force John Montford announced the University’s move into Conference USA in a press conference on May 4, 2012.

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Building Champions 2011-12 UTSA A ccomplishments • Four team Southland Conference Championships (women’s golf, men’s tennis, men’s indoor track & field, men’s outdoor track & field) • 18 individual Southland Conference Champions • Three NCAA team postseason appearances (women’s golf, men’s tennis, men’s outdoor track & field) • Six All-America honors • 59 All-Southland Conference honorees • Three Southland Conference Coach of the Year awards • Three Southland Conference Student-Athletes of the Year (Jeromie Hill, men’s basketball; Molly Fichtner, softball; Kelsey Jewasko, volleyball) • 27 Southland Conference All-Academic Team selections • National rankings for men’s tennis and women’s golf • Football set NCAA start-up program records for inaugural game (56,743) and average home (35,521) attendance • Received and accepted an invitation to join Conference USA beginning on July 1, 2013

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The men’s track & field team captured an unprecedented seventh straight Southland Conference Indoor Championship, breaking Lamar’s 26-year-old league record.

The women’s golf squad secured its second consecutive Southland Conference Championship behind individual winner Shannon Jungman.

The men’s tennis team upset the top two seeds to claim the Southland Conference Tournament crown for the second time in the last three years.

The men’s outdoor track & field squad won the Southland Conference Outdoor title for the program’s third sweep in the last five years.


NCAA Host Institution UTSA has served as the host institution for 12 NCAA Championship events during the past 14 years and will host three additional events, including NCAA Men’s and Women’s Golf Regionals in 2014 and 2015, respectively.

UTSA’s NCAA Championship Legacy • 1997 Men’s Basketball Midwest Regional • 1998 Men’s Final Four • 1998 Men’s Golf Central Regional • 2001 Men’s Basketball Midwest Regional • 2002 Women’s Final Four • 2003 Men’s Basketball South Regional • 2004 Men’s Final Four • 2005 Women’s Volleyball Championship • 2006 Women’s Basketball San Antonio Regional • 2007 Men’s Basketball South Regional • 2008 Men’s Final Four • 2010 Women’s Final Four • 2011 Men’s Basketball Southwest Regional • 2011 Women’s Volleyball Championship • 2014 Men’s Basketball Second & Third Rounds • 2014 Men’s Golf San Antonio Regional • 2015 Women’s Golf Central Regional

Briggs Ranch Golf Club — the home of the UTSA golf teams — will serve as the host course for the 2014 NCAA Men’s San Antonio Regional and the 2015 NCAA Women’s Central Regional.

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About San Antonio

T h e A l am o

San Antonio has a population of approximately 1.3 million, making it the nation’s seventh-largest city. San Antonio was the fastest growing of the 10 largest cities from 2000-10. With more than 25 million visitors per year, San Antonio is one of the top tourist destinations in the United States. San Antonio boasts some of the state’s most-visited attractions: The Alamo, The River Walk, SeaWorld® San Antonio and Six Flags® Fiesta Texas®. Settled in 1718, San Antonio is one of the American West’s oldest cities and its rich history surfaces in its architecture, neighborhoods, food, culture and traditions. With 300 days of sunshine annually and an average temperature of 70 degrees, San Antonio is an ideal destination year round. San Antonio has 14,518 acres of parks and 118 miles of mostly urban hike-and-bike trails in the metropolitan area.

This is

San Antonio boasts one of the largest military concentrations in the country with Fort Sam Houston, Lackland Air Force Base and Randolph Air Force Base located in the city. San Antonio is home to five Fortune 500 companies: Valero Energy, Tesoro Petroleum, Clear Channel Communications, USAA and NuStar Energy. The largest medical research and care provider in South Texas, the South Texas Medical Center, calls San Antonio home. San Antonio is a sports town, as it is home to six professional sports franchises: the four-time NBA Champion Spurs, the WNBA’s Silver Stars, the American Hockey League’s Rampage, the San Diego Padres’ Double-A affiliate Missions, the Arena Football League’s Talons and the North American Soccer League’s Scorpions. San Antonio is a sports destination, as it annually hosts the Valero Alamo Bowl, the U.S. Army AllAmerican Bowl, the PGA Tour Valero Texas Open and the Champions Tour AT&T Championship. The city also has hosted three NCAA Men’s Final Fours, two Women’s Final Fours, six NCAA Basketball Regionals, three Big 12 Football Championship Games and Dallas Cowboys Training Camps. Sources: San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau

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Sa n An t onio A D e s t i n at i o n C i t y It’s easy to see why more than 25 million people visit San Antonio each year. With 300 days of sunshine annually and an average temperature of 70 degrees, the nation’s seventh-largest city is an ideal destination year round. The Alamo City boasts some of the state’s most visited attractions: The Alamo, The River Walk, SeaWorld® San Antonio and Six Flags® Fiesta Texas®.

Schlitterbahn, in nearby New Braunfels, is the world’s top-ranked waterpark.

Two of the nation’s top theme parks, SeaWorld and Six Flags Fiesta Texas, call San Antonio home.

Mission Concepcion

The Alamo is one of five Spanish missions built along the San Antonio River between 1718-31.

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Mission San José

Mission San Juan

Mission Espada


The River Walk is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the state of Texas.

Hundreds of hotels, restaurants, night spots and shops line the city’s urban core, including the magical River Walk.

Museum Reach, a $72.1 million expansion of The River Walk, was completed in May 2009. Phase I of Mission Reach opened in June 2011.

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NCAA C o m p l i a n c e The NCAA Rules

and

Fans

Compliance with NCAA rules is one of the highest priorities for our athletics program and institution. As a member of the NCAA, the University of Texas at San Antonio is accountable for the actions of its boosters and fans. Even the bestintentioned action on a fan’s part may be a violation of NCAA rules. Please contact the UTSA Compliance Office if you have any questions concerning what is permissible. Inquiries should be directed to the UTSA Compliance Office at this address: UTSA Compliance Office Intercollegiate Athletics One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249 Phone: (210) 458-5493

Representatives of Athletics Interests A “representative of UTSA’s athletics interests,” or booster, is anyone who: • Has ever participated in or is currently a member of the various athletics department support groups; • Has made a donation to the athletics program; • Has helped arrange summer and/ or vacation employment for studentathletes; or • Has been involved, in anyway, in the promotion of UTSA’s athletics program

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Extra Benefits

Prospective and current studentathletes may not receive extra benefits. An extra benefit is any special arrangement by an institutional employee or representative of the institution’s athletic interests to provide a student-athlete or his/her family a benefit not authorized by NCAA legislation. Extra benefits would include, but are not limited to: • An employment arrangement for a prospect’s relatives; • Gifts of clothing or equipment; • Cosigning of loans; • Providing loans to a prospect’s relatives or friends; • Cash or like items; • Use of an automobile; • Any tangible items, including merchandise; • Free or reduced-cost services, rentals or purchases of any type; • Free or reduced-cost housing • Use of a college’s athletic equipment; • Sponsorship of or arrangement for an awards banquet for high school, prep school or two-year college athletes by a college, athletics representative or its alumni groups; • Employment of a student-athlete at a rate higher then the wages paid for similar work; and • Payment to a student-athlete for work not performed.

Recruiting

Only coaches and athletics department staff may be involved in the recruiting process. Athletic representatives are prohibited from contacting a prospective student-athlete or members of his/her family by telephone, letter, e-mail, or in person for the purpose of encouraging participation in athletics at The University of Texas at San Antonio. This includes contacting prospective student-athletes on social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) The prohibition remains in effect even after the prospect signs a national letterof-intent (scholarship offer). You can do your part by forwarding names of any potential recruits to the UTSA coaching staffs.

Prospective Student-Athlete

A prospective student-athlete is a person who has started classes for the ninth grade. You can become a prospect even if you have not started the ninth grade, if a college gives you or your relatives any financial aid help or other benefits that it does not give others. Before a prospect can make an official visit to UTSA, he/she must present (1) a score from a PSAT, SAT or ACT test (through an official high school or testing agency), (2) an academic transcript, and (3) must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center and must be placed on the institution’s Institution Request List with the NCAA Eligibility Center.

Visiting UTSA Official Visit: An “official visit” is a visit paid in whole or in part by the university and cannot exceed 48 hours in length. A prospect can make a total of five official visits, with a limit of only one per university. Unofficial Visit: An “unofficial visit” is a visit made at the prospect’s own expense. The university may provide (a) three complimentary tickets to an on-campus athletics event in which the university’s team is competing and (b) transportation to view offcampus practice and competition sites within a 30-mile radius. Prospects can make as many unofficial visits as they want. More information concerning recruiting and initial eligibility can be found online at: ncaa.org goUTSA.com


Meet The Roadrunners Head Coach John Knauer____________________ 32-33 Director of Golf Development Bill Rogers_______ 34 Assistant Coach Ian Parnaby___________________ 35 Xabier Basa単ez______________________________ 36-37 Martin Board_________________________________ 38-39 Nicko Dodd__________________________________ 40-41 Mitchell Griffin_______________________________ 42-43 Taylor Koser_________________________________ 44-45 Reed Stegall__________________________________ 46-47 Stanton Tondre_______________________________ 48-49 Ryan Werre__________________________________ 50-51 Brett Hogan_____________________________________ 52 Garrison Lackey________________________________ 53 J.J. Lindsey______________________________________ 54 Lynn Hickey_____________________________________ 55 Dr. Ricardo Romo_______________________________ 56


John Knauer Head Coach Fifth Season Texas A&M ‘95

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veteran of the collegiate coaching ranks for 18 years, John Knauer is in his fifth season as head men’s golf coach at UTSA. The College Station native came to the

Alamo City from Arizona, where he was an assistant coach for 10 seasons for one of the top programs in the country. In his four-plus years at UTSA, Knauer has guided the Roadrunners to 19 top-10 finishes, including four top-five showings, six all-conference selections, including 2011 Southland Conference Freshman of the Year Ryan Werre, and one Southland All-Academic honoree during his tenure. Knauer guided the Roadrunners to six top-10 finishes during the 2011-12 campaign, including a fifth-place showing at the Rice Intercollegiate. Ryan Werre garnered second-team All-Southland accolades after recording three top-10 finishes, including tying for fourth at the Rice Intercollegiate and seventh at the conference championship. Additionally, Tyler Koser collected Southland AllAcademic honors for his success on the course and in the classroom. Knauer led UTSA to four top-10 showings, including a fifth-

The Knauer File Hometown: College Station, Texas Birthdate: Nov. 26, 1971 Education: Texas A&M, 1995 Coaching Experience 2008-present: UTSA, head coach 1998-2008: Arizona, assistant coach 1997-98: Texas A&M, assistant men’s coach 1996-97: Texas A&M, assistant men’s & women’s coach 1995-96: Texas A&M, volunteer coach UTSA Highlights • 4 top-five finishes • 19 top-10 finishes • 6 all-conference selections • 1 conference freshman of the year • 1 academic all-conference selection Coaching Highlights • 2006 National Assistant Coach of the Year • 4 NCAA top-10 finishes • 11 NCAA Championship appearances • 3 NCAA Regional Championships • 1 conference title • 19 tournament crowns • 19 individual medalists • 18 All-Americans • 2 conference players of the year • 3 conference freshmen of the year • 35 all-conference selections • 37 conference all-academic honorees

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Chong, who was ninth at the conference tournament, was an honorable mention all-league pick. In 2009-10, Knauer led a young squad to three top-10 finishes, which included a season-best seventh-place showing at the Southland Championship. He mentored Emiliano Martinez and Nicko Dodd to honorable mention all-conference accolades. In his first season, Knauer guided the Roadrunners to four top-10 finishes, including a pair of top-five showings. His squad recorded its best outing of the year with a fourth-place effort at the Southland Championship. Meanwhile, Kyle Collins earned secondteam all-conference accolades after finishing fourth at the league tournament. The 2006 National Assistant Coach of the Year, Knauer began his coaching career at Texas A&M (1995-98), then moved to Arizona, where he spent 10 years as an assistant under legendary head coach Rick LaRose. During his tenure, he was in charge of recruiting and the junior varsity program. While in Tucson, Knauer was well known for his recruiting, which made Arizona one of the top programs in the country. The Wildcats were ranked as high as second in the country and ended the season in the top 10 five times during his tenure. The Wildcats won two NCAA West Regional titles (2000 and ’06), advanced to 10 NCAA Championships, captured 19 team championships, including a Pac-10 title, and 19 individual crowns. Meanwhile, Arizona golfers earned 29 All-Pac-10 honors, 36 all-academic accolades, 16 All-America certificates, two Pac-10 Player of the Year awards and three Pac-10 Freshman of the Year honors.

Fifth-year head coach John Knauer has guided UTSA to 19 top-10 finishes, including four top fives, and tutored six all-conference selections.

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Bill Rogers Director of Golf Development Fifth Season Houston ‘73

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ill Rogers, who brings more than 30 years of experience to UTSA, is in his second season as the Director of Golf Development after serving the previous three years as an assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s programs. In his four-plus seasons with the men, the former PGA Player of the Year has helped lead UTSA to 19 top-10 finishes, including a quartet of top-five showings, and he also has tutored six AllSouthland performers, including Ryan Werre, who was tabbed the 2011 Freshman of the Year. Last season, Rogers helped lead the men to six top-10 finishes, including a fifth-place effort at the Rice Intercollegiate. In addition, he helped mentor Werre to second-team All-Southland honors after a seventh-place finish at the conference championship. The Roadrunners posted four top-10 showings, including a fifthplace effort at the Kauai Collegiate Invitational and a seventh-place finish at the Southland Championship, in 2010-11. Werre, who posted three top-10 finishes during the year, including tying for third at the Southland Championship, earned third-team all-conference honors to go along with being tabbed the circuit’s Freshman of the Year, while Lewis Chong, who was ninth at the Southland Championship was an honorable mention all-league pick. In 2009-10, he helped lead a young squad to three top-10 finishes, which included a season-best seventh-place showing at the Southland Championship. Emiliano Martinez and Nicko Dodd both picked up honorable mention all-conference accolades. In his first season in the Alamo City, Rogers played a key role in helping the Roadrunners to four top-10 finishes, including a pair of top-five showings. UTSA recorded its best outing of the year with a fourth-place effort at the Southland Championship. Meanwhile, Kyle Collins earned second-team all-conference accolades after finishing fourth at the league tournament. In his three seasons as an assistant with the women, Rogers coached 11 All-Southland Conference honorees, including four firstteam selections. Paola Valerio was named the 2010-11 Southland Player of the Year, while Fabiola Arriaga earned Freshman of the Year accolades. Since his arrival in 2008, Rogers has helped the Roadrunners improve their stroke average by 12 swings and Valerio set a then-single-season record with a 75.25 average in 2010-11. Rogers was a vital part of UTSA’s success in 2010-11, as the squad captured its first-ever Southland Championship and made its inaugural NCAA Tournament appearance. Along with Valerio and Arriaga, Summer Batiste and Taylor Newlin earned

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second-team honors for a Southland-record four all-league picks. The Roadrunners turned in record rounds at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships when Valerio shot a school-record 66 while the team’s scores for an 18-holes (287) and 54-holes (886) also set program marks. In 2009-10, Rogers proved to be a valuable asset for the Roadrunners, as they collected the program’s second team title at the Northern Migration Invitational. Valerio won her first collegiate individual medal at the Husky Invitational and he helped lead Shelly Martinez and Valerio to first-team all-conference honors, while Batiste garnered second-team mention. As a first-year assistant, Rogers played an instrumental role in UTSA’s success during the 2008-09 season. The Roadrunners recorded seven top-five finishes to go along with three individual titles and the program’s first-ever team title at the Stripes Islanders Spring Classic. Rogers is a former PGA Tour member who began his career in 1974. He collected 14 tour wins that featured six PGA wins and eight international victories during his 14-year career, including the 1981 British Open. His first pro win came on the Japan Golf Tour at the 1977 Pacific Masters and he then won his first PGA event a year later at the Bob Hope Desert Classic by a two-stroke margin over Jerry McGee. The following year, he won the Suntory World Match Play Championship and the Suntory Open. Rogers last PGA win came at the USF&G Classic on March 20, 1983. Rogers put together his best season in 1981. He was named the PGA Player of the Year after seven tournament triumphs, including four PGA victories at the British Open, Sea Pines Heritage, World Series of Golf and Texas Open. Rogers also finished runner-up at the U.S. Open. He capped off the season as a winning member of the 1981 Ryder Cup team, and 10 years later, he guided the Ryder Cup team to victory as an assistant coach. Prior to his professional career, Rogers was a four-year letterwinner at Houston, where he earned first-team All-America honors in 1973. He later was inducted into the Houston Cougars Hall of Fame in 1987. Rogers was a board member of Golf San Antonio and the Director of Golf at the San Antonio Country Club from 1990-2000. He also brought the American Junior Golf Association to San Antonio and played a key role in the development of Briggs Ranch Golf Club. Rogers was inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame in 1995 and San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame in 2004.

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Ian Parnaby Assistant Coach Fifth Season Tennessee ‘04

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ormer Tennessee standout Ian Parnaby begins his second season as assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s golf programs after spending the last three as a volunteer assistant coach. A native of Durham, England, Parnaby has helped tutor 21 All-Southland Conference performers and helped lead the programs to a combined 27 top-five finishes, including the back-to-back Southland Conference Championships for the women the past two springs. In his four seasons as a volunteer with the men’s team, the former Tennessee standout has helped lead UTSA to 19 top-10 finishes, including a quartet of top-five showings, and he also has tutored six All-Southland performers, including Werre, who was tabbed the 2011 Freshman of the Year. Last season, Parnaby helped lead the men to six top-10 finishes, including a fifth-place effort at the Rice Intercollegiate. In addition, he helped mentor Werre to second-team All-Southland honors after a seventh-place finish at the conference championship. The Roadrunners posted four top-10 showings, including a fifthplace effort at the Kauai Collegiate Invitational and a seventh-place finish at the Southland Championship, in 2010-11. Werre, who posted three top-10 finishes during the year, including tying for third at the Southland Championship, earned third-team all-conference honors to go along with being tabbed the circuit’s Freshman of the Year, while Lewis Chong, who was ninth at the Southland Championship was an honorable mention all-league pick. In 2009-10, he helped lead a young squad to three top-10 finishes, which included a season-best seventh-place showing at the Southland Championship. Emiliano Martinez and Nicko Dodd both picked up honorable mention all-conference accolades. In his first season in the Alamo City, Parnaby played a key role in helping the Roadrunners to four top-10 finishes, including a pair of top-five showings. UTSA recorded its best outing of the year with a fourth-place effort at the Southland Championship. Meanwhile, Kyle Collins earned second-team all-conference accolades after finishing fourth at the league tournament. During Parnaby’s four-year tenure with the women, UTSA has won seven team and eight individual championships, registered 23 top-five team finishes and garnered 15 all-conference certificates. He aided the Roadrunners to a school-record four tournament victories, including their second consecutive conference title and six top-five finishes. Four different players earned individual

medalist honors during the campaign, including senior Shannon Jungman, who became the second player in program history to win an individual conference crown. UTSA matched the previous year’s record with four All-Southland selections, led by first-teamers Fabiola Arriaga, who also picked up Player of the Year honors, and Jungman. Meanwhile, junior Paola Valerio and sophomore Taylor Newlin earned second-team laurels. In 2010-11, Parnaby helped lead the squad to nine top-10 finishes, including six in the top five, capped by the program’s firstever Southland Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance. A record four Roadrunners were named all-conference, as Valerio (Player of the Year) and Arriaga (Freshman of the Year) made the first team, while Summer Batiste and Newlin garnered second-team honors. In his second season at UTSA, Parnaby helped the Roadrunners post their second team title and he helped guide Valerio to an individual title at the Husky Invitational in just her third collegiate appearance. Parnaby played an important role during the 2008-09 campaign, as he helped the squad win the program’s firstever tournament title (Stripes Islanders Spring Classic), three individual crowns and a runner-up showing at the 2009 Southland Championship. During his four-year playing career at Tennessee, he collected second-team All-Southeastern Conference laurels and was a threetime Academic All-SEC honoree. Parnaby won the prestigious Ridges Intercollegiate in 2003 and posted five top-five finishes. He also participated in the 2003 NCAA Championship in his final season. In his last two years in Knoxville, the Volunteers were ranked in the top 25 several times, including as high as No. 12 during his junior season. After graduating from Tennessee in 2004, Parnaby turned professional a year later and spent five years playing on various professional tours around the globe, including in Asia, Europe and the United States. He then worked at Briggs Ranch Golf Club, where he discovered a passion for coaching. Parnaby has one brother, Stuart, a professional soccer player who resides in Birmingham, England, while his parents, David and Jean, live in Durham, England. Parnaby resides in San Antonio with his wife, Carrie, who is UTSA’s head women’s coach, and their son, Cole.

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Xabier Basañez 6-0 • 185 • Sophomore-RS Caracas, Venezuela Lycee Franco Costaricien As a Redshirt Sophomore (Fall 2012) Named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll … did not appear in any tournaments. As a Sophomore (2011-12) Redshirted. As a Freshman (2010-11) Appeared in four events in his debut season … posted an 81.45 stroke average in 11 rounds … posted a season-best 12th-place finish after carding a 7676—152 at the St. Edward’s Championship … recorded a 77-79-80—236 to place 59th at the Lone Star Invitational … turned in a 78-83-81—242 to finish 93rd at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational … named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. Prior to UTSA Runner-up at the Valle Del Sol Cup and Under Armour West combine … reached the semifinals of the 2010 Costa Rica National Match Play Championship … won the Monteran Junior Open and Valle Del Sol Amateur Open … collected first-team All-America honors at the Under Armour Golf Combines in 2009

B asañez ’ C areer B ests Best Finish______________________ 12th_______________ St. Edward’s Championship_____________________ Feb. 21, 2011 Best Score (54 Holes)_____________ 236__________________ Lone Star Invitational_____________________ Oct. 17-18, 2010 Low Round______________________ 76________________ St. Edward’s Championship_____________________ Feb. 21, 2011 Low First Round__________________ 76________________ St. Edward’s Championship_____________________ Feb. 21, 2011 Low Second Round________________ 76________________ St. Edward’s Championship_____________________ Feb. 21, 2011 Low Third Round_________________ 80___________________ Lone Star Invitational_____________________ Oct. 17-18, 2010 36

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… finished second at the Venezuela Amateur Championship and played for the Venezuela National Amateur Team in 2007 … qualified for the 2007 South American Amateur Championship. Personal Full name is Xabier Ignacio Basañez Moreno … born on Sept. 17, 1990, in Caracas, Venezuela … son of Xabier and Zaida Basañez

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Fall 2010 59___ Lone Star Invitational__________________ 77-79-80—236 Spring 2011 93___ UTSA Oak Hills Invitational____________ 78-83-81—242 12___ St. Edward’s Championship_______________ 76-76—152 71___ Aggie Invitational____________________ 98-85-83—266

… has one brother, Mikel Basañez … biomedical engineering major … plans to play professionally.

B asañez ’ Y ear -B y -Y ear Year_________ Rds-Stks________ Low__________ Avg.______________________________________________ Top Finish 2010-11_______ 11-896__________76___________81.45_________________________ 12th at St. Edward’s Championship

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Martin Board 6-0 • 205 • Sophomore-1L Midland, Texas Midland HS As a Sophomore (Fall 2012) Did not appear in any events. As a Redshirt Freshman (2011-12) Played in 11 tournaments … posted a 76.53 stroke average in 32 rounds, which ranked fourth on the squad … turned in a season-low 221 (74-74-73) to tie for 44th at the Louisiana Classics … tied for 32nd, his top finish, with a 76-72-74— 222 at the Rice Intercollegiate to help UTSA place fifth … also tied for 32nd with a 76-72-77—225 at the Argent Financial Classic … tied for 46th (81-82-87—250) at the Southland Conference Championship … carded a 225 (75-74-76) to tie for 34th at the Tucker Intercollegiate … tied for 61st with a 74-73-83—230 at the Lone Star Invitational. As a Freshman (2010-11) Redshirted. Prior to UTSA Four-year letterwinner at Midland High School … won the Andrews Classic with a tournament-record 138 (69-69) in March … 2010 District 2-5A Player of the Year

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and four-time all-district honoree … finished third in the individual standings at the district championship as a senior … runner-up at district in 2009 … regional qualifier in 2007 and ‘08 … led his team to the District 2-5A title in 2008 and regionals that same year … received the Academic Excellence Award in 2008 and the Academic Achievement Award in 2007. Personal Full name is Martin Anthony Board Jr. … born on July 1, 1991, in Midland, Texas… son of Martin and Shannon Board … has two brothers, Michael and Marshall…his father and uncle, Michael, played collegiate golf at Texas … business major … plans to play professionally.

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Nicko Dodd 5-8 • 155 • Senior-3L Sugar Land, Texas Strake Jesuit HS As a Senior (Fall 2012) Did not appear in any events. As a Junior (2011-12) Named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll … played in all three fall events … posted a 77.88 stroke average … tied for 44th at the Lone Star Invitational with a 73-75-78—226 … carded a 78-81-78—237 to tie for 78th at the Tucker Intercollegiate … fired an 81-79—160 to tie for 85th at the UTA Waterchase Invitational … did not compete during the spring season. As a Sophomore (2010-11) Played in 11 events … Registered a 76.58 stroke average, which ranked third on the team … fired a career-best 68 in the second round of the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational and finished in a tie for 41st with a 77-68-78—223 scorecard … posted his best 54-hole score of 71-74-75—220 and his best finish of 20th at the Lone Star Invitational … turned in a 73-75-73—221 to tie for 37th at the Rice Intercollegiate … tied for 30th at the Kauai Collegiate Invitational with a 73-7877—228 … carded a 79-75-73—227 to tie for 40th at the Tucker Intercollegiate … finished 43rd at the Southland Championship with an 80-75-82—237 … won the Texas Amateur Qualifier held at Westwood Golf Club in Houston in May … fired a four-under 68 to qualify for the Texas Amateur. As a Freshman (2009-10) Named honorable mention All-Southland Conference … appeared in seven events … ranked second on the team with a 77.00 stroke average … fired a

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three-under 69 at the conference tournament… tied for 23rd after shooting a 225 (69-80-76) at the Southland Championship … finished tied for fifth, a career best, after carding a 73-73—146 at the J.L. Lewis Intercollegiate … recorded a career-low 54-hole total of 223 (77-72-74) to tie for 28th at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational … named to the Southland Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Prior to UTSA Led Houston Strake Jesuit to three consecutive district championships from 2006-08 … helped the Crusaders to a fourth-place showing at the 2008 Texas 5A Championship … finished seventh in the individual standings with scores of 72 and 75 (147) … a three-time all-district honoree … placed third at regionals as a senior with rounds of 75 and 72 … runner-up at the 2008 USGA Juniors with a 36-hole total of 142 (67-75). Personal Born on Jan. 16, 1991, in Houston, Texas … son of Bill and Stephanie Dodd … has one brother, Billy … business major with an emphasis in management.

D odd ’ s Y ear -B y -Y ear Year_________ Rds-Stks________ Low__________ Avg.______________________________________________ Top Finish 2009-10______ 20-1,540_________69___________77.00______________________________ t5th at JL Lewis Intercollegeiate 2010-11______ 33-2,527_________68___________76.58_______________________________ t20th at Lone Star Invitational 2011-12________ 8-623___________73___________77.88_______________________________ t44th at Lone Star Invitational

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Mitchell Griffin 6-0 • 155 • Senior-3L Driftwood, Texas Dripping Springs HS As a Senior (Fall 2012) Did not appear in any events. As a Junior (2011-12) Named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll … played in nine tournaments … recorded a 77.50 stroke average … turned in his best finish (t32nd) and 54-hole total (74-76-72—222) at the Rice Intercollegiate to help the Roadrunners place fifth … tied for 36th at the UTA Waterchase Invitational with a 76-74—150 … placed 50th with a 227 (73-77-77) at the Lone Star Invitational … carded a 74-75-77—226 to tie for 61st at the Louisiana Classics. As a Sophomore (2010-11) Registered a 77.52 stroke average in 10 events, which was fourth on the team among regular players … carded a season-best 219 (73-72-74) to tie for 23rd at the Rice Intercollegiate … posted his top finish of 19th with a 73-77-77—223 at the Jim West Intercollegiate … tied for 46th at the Arizona Intercollegiate after matching his career low with a 71 in the second round en route to a 228 (73-7184) … tied for 34th with a 79-73-77—229 at the Southland Championship. As a Freshman (2009-10) Appeared in 11 tournaments … carried a 77.34 stroke average in 32 rounds … tied for 21st with a pair of 73s and a 77 (223) at the Lone Star Invitational … tied for 30th with 221 (74-75-72) at the Baylor Intercollegiate … carded a 229 (75-7579) in his Roadrunner debut to finish 57th at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate … tied for 49th at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational with a 229 (74-77-78) … fired a

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Fall 2010 t67___ UTA Waterchase Invitational___________ 72-74-82—228 87___ Tucker Intercollegiate__________________ 79-81-88—248 64___ Lone Star Invitational__________________ 78-88-86—252 Spring 2011 t46___ Arizona Intercollegiare________________ 73-71-84—228 t73___ UTSA Oak Hills Invitational____________ 72-79-79—230 t23___ Rice Intercollegiate___________________ 73-72-74—219 98___ Border Olympics_____________________ 80-81-75—236 t43___ Morris Williams Intercollegiate_________ 75-78-81—234 t19___ Jim West Intercollegiate_______________ 73-73-77—223 t34___ Southland Conference Championship___ 79-73-77—229 Fall 2011 t36___ UTA Waterchase Invitational______________ 76-74—150 84___ Tucker Intercollegiate__________________ 81-74-94—239 t50___ Lone Star Invitational__________________ 73-77-77—227 Spring 2012 78___ UTSA Oak Hills Invitational____________ 81-77-80—238 t32___ Rice Intercollegiate___________________ 74-76-72—222 t61___ Louisiana Classics____________________ 74-75-77—226 t49___ Argent Financial Classic_______________ 77-83-76—236 t73___ Border Olympics_____________________ 81-76-80—237 67___ Jim West Intercollegiate_______________ 83-79-78—240

230 (75-78-77) to tie for 55th at the Border Olympics … wrapped up the season with a 234 (71-79-84) to tie for 39th at the Southland Championship … named to the Southland Commissioner’s Honor Roll … won the Amateur Public Links Qualifier. Prior to UTSA A regional qualifier and all-district selection in 2007 at Dripping Springs High … competed in several events in 2008, placing fifth at the Stars of Texas Junior after turning in scorecards of 74, 75 and 82 (231) … tied for 54th at the Mizuno Juniors with a three-round total of 233 … tallied his lowest tournament total of 221 at the PING Phoenix Juniors. Personal Born on Aug. 23, 1991, in Atlanta, Ga. … son of Jimmie and Nancy Griffin … has one brother, Terrill … communications major.

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Taylor Koser 6-2 • 175 • Senior-3L Rice Lake, Wis. Rice Lake HS As a Senior (Fall 2012) Played in three tournaments … posted a season-low 72 in the second round of the Sam Hall Intercollegiate en route to a 221 (75-72-74) to tie for 49th. As a Junior (2011-12) Earned Southland Conference All-Academic honors … named to the Southland Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll … ranked third on the team with a 76.15 stroke average in 27 rounds … appeared in 10 events … recorded his top finish — tied for 26th — at the Jim West Intercollegiate after registering a season-best 220 (78-70-72) … posted his low round of 70 twice, in the second round of the Jim West Intercollegiate and in the final round of the ASU Thunderbird Invitational, where he tied for 38th with a 221 (74-77-70) … turned in a 74-75-75—224 to tie for 46th at the help the Roadrunners place fifth at the Rice Intercollegiate … tied for 29th at the Southland Championship with a 235 (79-79-77). As a Sophomore (2010-11) Appeared in four events … recorded an 82.18 stroke average in 11 rounds … turned in his top finish of 13th at the St. Edward’s Championship after carding a 78-75—153 … registered a 234 (79-75-80) to tie for 82nd at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational … tied for 79th at the Lone Star Invitational with a 78-84-78— 240 … named to the Southland Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. As a Freshman (2009-10) Recorded a 79.25 stroke average in eight tournaments … carded a career-best one-under-par 71 in the third round of the Aggie Invitational … turned in a careerbest 54-hole total of 232 (80-73-79) at the Border Olympics … shot rounds of 78, 78 and 82 (238) in his collegiate debut at the Waterchase Invitational … turned in a 54-hole score of 236 (84-76-76) at the Baylor Intercollegiate … posted

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Fall 2010 63___ Lone Star Invitational__________________ 87-80-80—247 Spring 2011 t82___ UTSA Oak Hills Invitational____________ 79-75-80—234 13___ St. Edward’s Championship_______________ 78-75—153 72___ Aggie Invitational____________________ 90-87-93—270 Fall 2011 t79___ Lone Star Invitational__________________ 78-84-78—240 Spring 2012 t46___ Rice Intercollegiate___________________ 74-75-75—224 t81___ Louisiana Classics____________________ 80-74-78—232 t35___ Argent Financial Classic_______________ 78-76-72—226 t50___ Border Olympics_____________________ 77-75-78—230 t26___ Jim West Intercollegiate_______________ 78-70-72—220 t38___ ASU Thunderbird Invitational___________ 74-77-70—221 t29___ Southland Conference Championship___ 79-79-77—235 Fall 2012 t49___ Sam Hall Intercollegiate_______________ 75-72-74—221 t73___ Tucker Intercollegiate__________________ 76-80-81—237 73___ Lone Star Invitational__________________ 82-76-86—244

a 238 (80-80-78) at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational … collected Southland Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll accolades. Prior to UTSA Selected Rice Lake Chamber of Commerce Athlete of the Year in 2009 … A three-sport athlete in basketball, football and golf … a three-time all-conference golfer … won three individual titles, including the 2008 Wisconsin Division I Conference Championship … recorded a top-10 finish at the Wisconsin Junior PGA Tournament (75-75-74—224) … won the 2006 PGA Junior Series/Colorado Springs Tournament in addition to posting a pair of third-place finishes at the 2007 Future Legends and PGA Junior Series. Personal Born on Dec. 21, 1990, in Rice Lake, Wis. … son of Tom and Dianne Koser … has one brother, J.T. … business major with an emphasis in management.

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Reed Stegall 5-9 • 150 • Sophomore-1L San Angelo, Texas Central HS As a Sophomore (Fall 2012) Appeared in all four fall tournaments … recorded a 76.42 stroke average in 12 rounds … tied for 59th with a 75-77-79—231 at the Tucker Intercollegiate … posted his low 54-hole total of 224 (78-75-71) to tie for 60th at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate … tied for 62nd with a 227 (79-71-77) at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate. As a Freshman (2011-12) Played in six events … posted a 77.47 stroke average in 17 rounds … tied for 64th at the Lone Star Invitational with a 231, which included a season-best 71 in the second round … matched his low 18 of 71 in the second round at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational en route to tying for 38th with a season-best 221 (76-7174) … tied for 33rd, his top finish of the campaign, with a 76-85-76—237 at the Southland Conference Championship. Prior to UTSA Four-year letterwinner at San Angelo Central High School … first-team all-district player as a freshman and senior … posted a 75.1 stroke average as in 2011 …

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won the WTJCT Tour Championship in 2009 with a 141 (71-70) … posted a career-low 67 in the first round of the 2010 Bart Granger Memorial and finished tied for 23rd with a 219 (67-74-78) … registered a fourth-place finish at the 2009 Starburst Invitational … an excellent student, Stegall graduated in the top 11 percent of his senior class. Personal Full name is Reed Andrew Stegall … born on Aug. 7, 1992, in San Angelo, Texas … son of Darwin and Diane Stegall … has one brother, Justin, and one sister, Brittany … business major with plans to concentrate on either accounting or finance.

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Stanton Tondre 5-9 • 160 • Senior-1L Castroville, Texas Medina Valley HS/Odessa College As a Senior (Fall 2012) Appeared in all four fall tournaments … posted a career-high runner-up finish at the Lone Star Invitational after carding a 70-74-70—214, his best 54-hole tally … registered a career-low 67 in the final round of the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate to finish with a 216 (75-74-67) and tie for 22nd … tied for 16th at the Tucker Intercollegiate with a 221 (72-76-73) … fired a 71-72-72—215 to tie for 21st at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate. As a Junior (2011-12) Named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll … played in 11 events and registered a pair of top-20 finishes … recorded a 75.16 stroke average in 32 rounds to rank second on the squad … posted his top season finish of 11th after firing a season-low 215 (74-71-70) at the Jim West Intercollegiate … turned in a 221 (74-75-72) to tie for 38th at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational … carded a 74-73-73—220 to tie for 25th at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational … was 25th at the Rice Intercollegiate after posting a 7672-73—221 to help the Roadrunners place fifth … tied for 17th at the Lone Star Invitational with a 219 (72-71-76) … advanced to the Texas Golf Association Public Links match play quarterfinals in June. Prior to UTSA Two-time All-NJCAA, all-region and All-Western Junior College Athletic Conference selection at Odessa College … registered a 71.00 stroke average in the fall and a 73.90 stroke average in the spring of his freshman campaign and a 72.96 stroke

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Ryan Werre 5-11 • 160 • Junior-2L Redcliff, Alberta Eagle Butte HS As a Junior (Fall 2012) Played in all four fall events … recorded a 73.25 stroke average to rank second on the team … carded rounds of 67 and 69 en route to a career-best 54-hole tally of 211 in tying for seventh at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate … tied for 17th with a 214 (71-72-71) at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate. As a Sophomore (2011-12) Earned second-team All-Southland Conference honors … named to the Southland Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll … led UTSA with a 73.53 stroke average and three top-10 finishes … tied for fourth at the Rice Intercollegiate after carding a 70-72-71—213 … tied for seventh at the Southland Championship with a 7771-76—224 … tied for 10th at the Louisiana Classics after turning in a 72-7072—214 … was 15th at both the Argent Financial Classic (72-73-72—217) and UTSA Oak Hills Invitational (72-70-75—217) … registered a 17th-place finish at the Lone Star Invitational after firing a 74-72-73—219 … tied for 24th at the UTA Waterchase Invitational with a 76-72—148 … qualified for the 87th U.S. Amateur Public Links Championships by finishing second at the USGA APL Qualifier after firing a pair of 71s in June. As a Freshman (2010-11) Named Southland Conference Freshman of the Year and third-team allconference … recorded a team-best 74.69 stroke average … posted a trio of top-10 finishes … tied for third place at the conference tournament after carding a season-best 54-hole score of two-under 214 (71-69-74) … fired a career-besttying 66 in the opening round and tied for seventh at the Aggie Invitational with a one-over 217 (66-79-72) … tied for 10th at the Lone Star Invitational after turning in a 70-75-70—215 … tied for 18th at the Arizona Intercollegiate with a 74-72-74—220 … also carded a 220 (72-74-74) to tie for 44th at the

W erre ’ s C areer B ests Best Finish______________________ t3rd___________ Southland Conference Championship_____________ April 25-27, 2011 Best Score (54 Holes)_____________ 211______________ Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate_________________ Oct. 22-23, 2012 Low Round______________________ 66________________ (2x) last, Aggie Invitational_________________ April 16-17, 2011 Low First Round__________________ 66________________ (2x) last, Aggie Invitational_________________ April 16-17, 2011 Low Second Round________________ 69____________ Southland Conference Championship_____________ April 25-27, 2011 Low Third Round_________________ 69_______________ Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate_________________ Oct. 22-23, 2012 50

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Border Olympics … tied for 19th with a 74-73-76—223 at the Kauai Collegiate Invitational … registered a career-best 66 in the first round of the Rice Intercollegiate en route to a 222 (66-77-79) to tie for 41st … posted a 73-74-79—226 to tie for 54th at the UTSA Oak Hills Invitational … named to the Southland Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. Prior to UTSA Recorded a pair of top-10 finishes in 2010, finishing fifth at the Alberta Golf Association Junior Championship and seventh at the CN Future Links Pacific Championship … placed 15th at the Kinnear Glenco Invitational … posted seven individual wins in 2009, including his last four events (The Coaldante Tournament, River Spirit Invitational, Paradise Canyon Tournament and Desert Blume Tournament) … runner-up at the CN Future Links Western Championship with a three-round total of 210. Personal Full name Ryan Scott Werre … born on May 1, 1992, in Medicine Hat, Alberta … son of Scott and Lynn Werre … has one sister, DeAndra… communications major … plans to play professionally.

W erre ’ s Y ear -B y -Y ear Year_________ Rds-Stks________ Low__________ Avg.______________________________________________ Top Finish 2010-11______ 36-2,689_________66___________74.69__________________t3rd at Southland Conference Championship 2011-12______ 32-2,353_________70___________73.53__________________________________ t4th at Rice Intercollegiate Fall 2012______ 12-879__________67___________73.25________________________ t7th at Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate

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Brett Hogan 5-10 • 160 • Freshman-HS Calgary, Alberta Bishop O’Byrne HS As a Freshman (Fall 2012)

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Played in all four events … ranked third on the team with a 74.58 stroke average … turned in a season-best 214 (71-72-71) in tying for 15th at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate … tied for 29th at the Lone Star Invitational after carding a 71-76-77—224.

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75-73-78—226 81-73-77—231 71-76-77—224 71-72-71—214

Prior to UTSA One of the top-ranked junior golfers in Canada … claimed a pair of

years … a multi-sport athlete who lettered in basketball, volleyball,

top-10 finishes in the Alberta Provincial Junior Boys Championships

badminton, hockey and lacrosse at Bishop O’Byrne High School …

… finished 11th in the juvenile division of the Canadian Junior Boys

also a member of the honor roll during his junior and senior years.

Championship … placed 14th at the Alberta Men’s Amateur … posted a 28th-place showing at the 2011 Junior Americas Cup in

Personal

Colorado … was 51st at the 2011 Canadian Men’s Amateur … a

Born on March 4, 1994, in Drumheller, Alberta … son of Brian and

member of the Team Alberta Development Squad for the last two

Jodi Hogan … plans to major in business.

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Garrison Lackey 6-3 • 180 • Sophomore-TR Weslaco, Texas Weslaco HS/Texarkana College As a Freshman (Fall 2012) Appeared in three events … recorded a 76.22 stroke average … tallied a season-best 225 (74-71-80) in tying for 59th at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate … tied for 46th with a 75-73-80—228 at the Tucker Intercollegiate. Prior to UTSA A top-40 ranked JUCO player as a freshman for Texarkana College … finished as runner-up at the Paris Fall Invitational with a 137 (6869) … posted a fourth-place showing at the Hal Sutton Intercollegiate after carding a 146 (71-75) … turned in a 147 (75-72) to place sixth at the UMHB Fall Invitational … coached by Rick Rogers, older brother of current UTSA Director of Golf Development Bill Rogers … standout prepster at Weslaco High School … won the District 325A individual title as a senior with a 139 (69-70) to help Weslaco capture the team championship … helped lead the Panthers to a sixth-place finish at the regional tournament … also claimed district individual medalist honors as a junior in 2010 with a 72 to help the Panthers capture the team title by 19 strokes … won the 2010 Texas Junior Golf Tour’s Thanksgiving Classic at Horseshoe Bay with a 146 (71-75) … posted a pair of runner-up finishes on the Southern

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Texas PGA Junior Tour in 2010 … finished third with a 147 (7176) at the 2010 Greyrock Junior Championship … registered a 218 (76-69-73) to place 13th at the 2011 American Junior Golf Association’s Elbit Systems of America Junior Championship in Fort Worth … also averaged 15 points per game for the basketball team and helped Weslaco win the district title and advance to the third round of the playoffs as a senior. Personal Full name is Garrison Lee Lackey … born on April 9, 1993, in McAllen, Texas … son of John and Melissa Lackey … has two brothers, Austin and Calvin …plans to major in finance.

L ackey ’ s Y ear -B y -Y ear Year_________ Rds-Stks________ Low__________ Avg.______________________________________________ Top Finish Fall 2012_______ 9-686___________71___________76.22_______________________________ t46th at Tucker Intercollegiate

L ackey ’ s C areer B ests Best Finish______________________ t46th__________________ Tucker Intercollegiate____________________ Sept. 28-29, 2012 Best Score (54 Holes)_____________ 225______________ Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate_________________ Oct. 22-23, 2012 Low Round______________________ 71_______________ Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate_________________ Oct. 22-23, 2012 Low First Round__________________ 74_______________ Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate_________________ Oct. 22-23, 2012 Low Second Round________________ 71_______________ Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate_________________ Oct. 22-23, 2012 Low Third Round_________________ 76___________________ Lone Star Invitational_____________________ Oct. 14-16, 2012

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J.J. Lindsey 6-0 • 160 • Freshman-HS Adkins, Texas Home School As a Freshman (Fall 2012) Competed in three tournaments … registered a 75.00 stroke average … carded a season-best 218 (72-72-74) to tie for 12th while competing as an individual at the Lone Star Invitational … posted a 226 (79-73-74) to tie for 69th at the Sam Hall Intercollegiate. Prior to UTSA San Antonio area product who was homeschooled … No. 1 ranked junior and 2011-12 Player of the Year by GolfSanAntonio.org … posted five top-10 finishes in GolfWeek- and American Junior Golf Association-ranked tournaments … registered a 73.5 stroke average and three individual victories in junior events … won the 2011 Greater San Antonio (GSA) Junior Match Play Championship, defeating five opponents in matches after firing a six-under 66 in the opening stroke-play round … carded a three-over 216 (76-70-70) at the 2011 GSA Junior Championship … won the 2011 U.S. Junior Amateur Qualifier at Briggs Ranch with a two-over 146 (74-72) … recorded a 153 (76-77) and missed the cut by just one stroke at the 2011 U.S. Junior Amateur in Bremerton, Wash. … finished seventh

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L indsey ’ s Y ear -B y -Y ear Year_________ Rds-Stks________ Low__________ Avg.______________________________________________ Top Finish Fall 2012_______ 9-675___________72___________75.00_______________________________ t12th at Lone Star Invitational

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Lynn Hickey Director of Athletics Lynn Hickey has made student-athlete welfare one of her top priorities as she continues to work to bring the UTSA Athletics Department to the upper echelon of the NCAA Division I standings. Under Hickey’s direction since 2000, UTSA has captured two Southland Conference Commissioner’s Cups as the league’s top athletics department and two men’s and one women’s all-sports trophies while consistently winning both team and individual academic and athletics awards in all 17 sports sponsored by the university. One of Hickey’s dreams to lead UTSA to the upper echelon of Division I Athletics was realized on Nov. 11, 2010, when the university received and accepted an invitation to join the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) beginning on July 1, 2012. Hickey’s long-term goal of placing UTSA in a major conference was reached when Conference USA extended an invitation on May 4, 2012. The Roadrunners will move all 17 sports into that league on July 1, 2013. Hickey has overseen the addition of three sports during her tenure. Women’s golf and women’s soccer were added in 2005 and 2006, respectively, and both programs have emerged as annual league championship contenders. On Dec. 18, 2008, UTSA’s Athletics Initiative Business Plan was approved by the UT System Board of Regents, granting permission to start a football program. Hickey made a splash with the hiring of the first-ever head football coach, as two-time National Coach of the Year Larry Coker was introduced on March 6, 2009. The program kicked off its first season against Northeastern State on Sept. 3, 2011, to resounding success. The Roadrunners set NCAA start-up program records for inaugural game (56,743) and average home (35,521) attendance in six games at the 65,000-seat Alamodome. The 2010-11 academic year will go down in history as arguably the most successful in school annals, as the Roadrunners claimed the Southland Commissioner’s Cup and Women’s All-Sports Trophy, five championships and the first-ever NCAA postseason victory. UTSA followed that with four more league titles during the 2011-12 campaign, giving the department 36 total championships since 2000-01. Hickey has led the charge for UTSA and its hosting of numerous NCAA Championship events. Since her arrival on campus, UTSA has served as host institution for the 2001 NCAA Men’s Basketball Midwest Regional, 2002 Women’s Final Four, 2003 Men’s Basketball South Regional, 2004 Men’s Final Four, 2005 Women’s Volleyball Championship, 2006 Women’s Basketball South Regional, 2007 Men’s Basketball South Regional, 2008 Men’s Final Four, 2010 Women’s Final Four, 2011 Men’s Basketball Southwest Regional and 2011 Women’s Volleyball Championship. In 2007, Hickey was named to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, one of the most prestigious appointments in all of collegiate athletics. The 10-member committee oversees administration of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, including the selection and seeding of teams for the tournament. Hickey became just the second female ever selected to the committee, joining UNC Charlotte Athletics Director Judy Rose, who served from 1999-2003.

Hickey has been honored nationally and locally for her hard work at UTSA. She was named the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators 2005 Division I-AAA Administrator of the Year. Hickey earned her second national award in June 2006 as the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics/GeneralSports TURF Systems Division I-AAA West Region AD of the Year. The San Antonio Express-News tabbed her as its 2010 Sportswoman of the Year and she also was selected to and completed the Masters Leadership Program of San Antonio and Bexar County. In September 2011, she received the ATHENA Leadership from the North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. “UTSA is very fortunate to have an athletic leader with both the administrative and coaching experience of Lynn Hickey,” UTSA President Dr. Ricardo Romo said. “Lynn not only is a leader who can take our athletic program to the next level, but she is also well respected nationally and serves as an excellent role model for all student-athletes at this university.” In serving as the fourth athletics director in UTSA history, Hickey assumed the lead athletics role at one of the youngest NCAA Division I universities in the country (UTSA began athletics competition in 1981). The only female Division I athletics director that oversees both men’s and women’s sports in the state of Texas, she served as President of the Southland from 2002-04 and as the league’s representative to the NCAA Championship/Competition Cabinet. Hickey also was a member of the Women’s Basketball Rules Committee from 2003-06, spending the last two years as chair. Hickey came to San Antonio from Texas A&M University, where she served as senior associate athletics director/senior woman administrator from 1994-2000. At Texas A&M, her responsibilities included event management and marketing and promotions for 16 of the university’s 19 Division I sports. She also represented the Big 12 Conference as a member of the NCAA Championship Cabinet. From 1984-94, Hickey served as head women’s basketball coach for Texas A&M. She directed the 1993-94 Aggies basketball team to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16, becoming the lowestseeded team to ever reach that milestone. Texas A&M finished the year ranked No. 19 in the CNN/USA Today Top 25 poll. Following the season, Hickey relinquished her coaching duties to accept the promotion to senior associate athletics director. She finished her coaching career with an overall mark of 279-167 in 15 years of collegiate coaching. Before her stint at A&M, Hickey was head women’s basketball coach at Kansas State University from 1979-84. She averaged more than 23 wins per season in posting a 125-39 (.762) record over five years and led the Wildcats to five consecutive national tournament berths. She was inducted into the Kansas State Athletics Hall of Fame in September 2004. A native of Welch, Okla., Hickey graduated summa cum laude from Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Ark., with a bachelor’s degree in education. She was an All-American for OBU’s nationally-ranked basketball team and a member of the USA National Team in 1973. Hickey and her husband, Bill, have one daughter, Lauren Nicole.

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Dr. Ricardo Romo University President Ricardo Romo is the fifth president of The University of Texas at San Antonio, one of the fastest growing institutions of higher education in Texas and the nation. During his tenure as president, which began in May 1999, UTSA has become an institution of first choice for students seeking a university degree. Under his leadership, student enrollment has risen to more than 31,000, representing 68 percent growth in enrollment. The university has added numerous programs and facilities to enhance student life and expand its research capacity. UTSA was named one of the state’s emerging research universities by the Texas Legislature with annual research expenditures of $56 million and sponsored program expenditures of $70 million for fiscal year 2010, representing a six-fold increase in expenditures during Romo’s tenure. A San Antonio native who grew up on the city’s West Side, Romo graduated from Fox Tech High School before attending the University of Texas at Austin on a track scholarship. At UT Austin, he was the first Texan to run the mile in less than four minutes, a record that lasted 41 years. He earned a bachelor’s degree in education from UT Austin (1967) and holds a master’s degree in history from Loyola Marymount University (1970). Additionally, Romo earned a Ph.D. in history from the University of California, Los Angeles (1975). A nationally respected urban historian, Romo is the author of “East Los Angeles: History of a Barrio,” now in its ninth printing (one in Spanish). Romo began his academic career teaching social studies from 1967 to 1970 at Franklin High School in Los Angeles. He went on to teach at the University of California at San Diego (1975-1979) and the University of Texas at Austin (1980-1999). He was a visiting professor at University of California, Berkeley in 1985 and visiting scholar with the Stanford University Center for Advanced Studies in Behavioral Sciences (1989-1990). In 1993, he became vice provost for undergraduate education at UT Austin before becoming president of UTSA in 1999. Romo has received numerous awards and recognitions including 2006 Outstanding Friar Alumnus from the UT Austin Friar Society and the Isabel la Catolica award, the highest award given to nonSpanish subjects, bestowed upon him in 2007 by King Juan Carlos of Spain. In 2008, Romo received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Texas Exes Alumni Association. In 2010, he received the San Antonio North Chamber Gov. 56

Dolph Briscoe Salute to Excellence Award. In 2011, Romo was presented the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Chief Executive Leadership Award for transforming UTSA from a regional campus into an emerging Tier One research university. In February 2012, Romo received the Colonel W.T. Bondurant Sr. Distinguished Humanitarian Award from the San Antonio Academy of Texas Alumni Council. With a strong commitment to serve the community, Romo has served on a range of regional, national and international boards. He is vice chair of the Southwest Research Institute Board of Directors and on the boards of the American Council of Education, Philosophical Society of Texas, Humanities Texas, Austin Museum of Art and United States-Mexico Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange (COMEXUS). In May 2011, President Barack Obama appointed Romo to the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanics. Romo is married to Harriett Romo, a UTSA professor of sociology. She also serves as director of the UTSA Mexico Center and the Bank of America Child and Adolescent Policy Research Institute (CAPRI). Both first-generation college graduates, the Romos have a son, Carlos, who earned degrees from Stanford University and the University of Texas School of Law. Their daughter, Anadelia, a graduate of Princeton University, received a doctoral degree from Harvard University and teaches at Texas State University. The Romos are avid art collectors. Their private art collection is particularly strong in works on paper by Chicana/o and U.S. Latino artists with a regional focus on Texas and the Southwest. The collection includes works by Luis Jimenez, Carmen Lomas Garza, Cesar Martinez and Vincent Valdez, as well as print suites from Self Help Graphics and Coronado Studio. A talented photographer, Romo’s photos have been included in numerous regional art exhibits including “Havana,” a collection of photos taken in Cuba, and “South Africa,” a selection of his photos taken on a trip to rural South Africa. His “Small Town Texas” exhibit was displayed at the UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures. An assortment of his photos were featured in China’s most respected photography magazine, Popular Photography. Consequently, Romo recently returned from China where he and four other Texas photographers showed their work in the exhibit “Infinite Horizons: Visions of Texas,” initiating a Texas-China cultural exchange program.

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2012 Fall Review Fall 2012 Team Results

Date________ Tournament_______________________________________ Finish/Teams______________________ Scores 9/10-11_____ Sam Hall Intercollegiate (Hattiesburg, Miss.)________________ 11th/15________ 292-289-291—872 (+20) 9/28-29_____ William H. Tucker Intercollegiate (Albuquerque, N.M.)_______ 11th/14________ 301-299-305—905 (+41) 10/14-16____ Lone Star Invitational (San Antonio, Texas)__________________7th/15_________ 290-299-300—889 (+25) 10/22-23____ Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (Las Cruces, N.M.)____________6th/12___________287-292-281—860 (+8)

Fall 2012 Individual Averages

Player______________ Rds-Stks_______ Lo__________Avg.___________________________________________ Top Finish Stanton Tondre_________ 12-866________ 67________ 72.17___________________________ T-2nd at Lone Star Invitational Ryan Werre___________ 12-879________ 67________ 73.25________________________ T-7th at Wimberly Intercollegiate Brett Hogan___________ 12-895________ 71________ 74.58_______________________ T-15th at Wimberly Intercollegiate J.J. Lindsey_____________ 9-675_________ 72________ 75.00__________________________ T-12th at Lone Star Invitational Garrison Lackey________ 9-686_________ 71________ 76.22________________ T-46th at William H. Tucker Intercollegiate Reed Stegall___________ 12-917________ 71________ 76.42__________________________ T-59th at Tucker Intercollegiate Taylor Koser____________ 9-702_________ 72________ 78.00________________________ T-49th at Sam Hall Intercollegiate

Brett Hogan

Lone Star Invitational (72/6,931) Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Rd. 1 82 76 86 244

Freshman • Calgary, Alberta Tournament-by-Tournament Results Sam Hall Intercollegiate (71/6,882) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 75 73 78 226 Tucker Intercollegiate (72/7,578) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 81 73 77 231 Lone Star Invitational (72/6,931) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 71 76 77 224 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (71/7,074) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 71 72 71 214

Place T-69th

Season Events Rds-Strokes Low Avg. Top Finish 3 9-702 72 78.00 T-49th

Place T-59th

Garrison Lackey

Place T-29th Place T-15th

Season Events Rds-Strokes Low Avg. Top Finish 4 12-895 71 74.58 T-15th

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Sophomore • Weslaco, Texas Tournament-by-Tournament Results Tucker Intercollegiate (72/7,578) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 75 73 80 228 Lone Star Invitational (72/6,931) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 75 82 76 233 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (71/7,074) Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Rd. 1 74 71 80 225

Place T-46th Place T-54th Place T-59th

Season Events Rds-Strokes Low Avg. Top Finish 3 9-686 71 76.22 T-46th

Senior • Rice Lake, Wis. Tournament-by-Tournament Results Sam Hall Intercollegiate (71/6,882) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 75 72 74 221 Tucker Intercollegiate (72/7,578) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 76 80 81 237

Place 73rd

Place T-49th Place T-73rd

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Tournament-by-Tournament Results Sam Hall Intercollegiate (71/6,882) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 79 73 74 226 Lone Star Invitational (72/6,931) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 72 72 74 218 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (71/7,074) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 81 76 74 231

Tournament-by-Tournament Results Sam Hall Intercollegiate (71/6,882) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 71 72 72 215 Tucker Intercollegiate (72/7,578) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 72 76 73 221 Lone Star Invitational (72/6,931) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 70 74 70 214 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (71/7,074) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 75 74 67 216

Freshman • Adkins, Texas

Senior • Castroville, Texas

Place T-69th Place T-12th* Place 71st

Season Events Rds-Strokes Low Avg. Top Finish 3 9-675 72 75.00 T-12th

Reed Stegall

Sophomore • San Angelo, Texas Tournament-by-Tournament Results Sam Hall Intercollegiate (71/6,882) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 78 75 71 224 Tucker Intercollegiate (72/7,578) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 75 77 79 231 Lone Star Invitational (72/6,931) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 80 78 77 235 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (71/7,074) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 79 71 77 227

Place T-21st Place T-16th Place T-2nd Place T-22nd

Season Events Rds-Strokes Low Avg. Top Finish 4 12-866 67 72.17 T-2nd

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Junior • Redcliff, Alberta Place T-60th* Place T-59th* Place T-62nd Place T-62nd*

Season Events Rds-Strokes Low Avg. Top Finish 4 12-917 71 76.42 T-59th

Tournament-by-Tournament Results Sam Hall Intercollegiate (71/6,882) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 71 72 71 214 Tucker Intercollegiate (72/7,578) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 78 77 75 230 Lone Star Invitational (72/6,931) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 74 73 77 224 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate (71/7,074) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 67 75 69 211

Place T-17th Place T-53rd Place T-29th Place T-7th

Season Events Rds-Strokes Low Avg. Top Finish 4 12-879 67 73.25 T-7th

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Date________ Tournament______________________________________ Finish/Teams___________________ Scores 9/19-20_____ UTA Waterchase Invitational (Fort Worth, Texas)___________ T-9th/19__________304-299—603 (+27) 9/30-10/1__ William H. Tucker Intercollegiate (Albuquerque, N.M.)______ 12th/16_____ 305-293-313—911 (+47) 10/16-18____ Lone Star Invitational (San Antonio, Texas)_________________ 9th/15______ 292-291-304—887 (+23)

Fall 2011 Individual Averages

Player______________ Rds-Stks_______ Lo__________Avg.________________________________________Top Finish Ryan Werre____________ 8-592_________ 70________ 74.60_______________________ T-17th at Lone Star Invitational Stanton Tondre__________ 8-599_________ 71________ 74.88_______________________ T-17th at Lone Star Invitational Martin Board___________ 8-611_________ 73________ 76.38_____________T-34th at William H. Tucker Intercollegiate Mitchell Griffin__________ 8-616_________ 73________ 77.00________________ T-36th at UTA/Waterchase Invitational Reed Stegall____________ 5-389_________ 71________ 77.80_______________________ T-64th at Lone Star Invitational Nicko Dodd____________ 8-623_________ 73________ 77.88_______________________ T-44th at Lone Star Invitational Eddie DeVane__________ 3-236_________ 76________ 78.67_______________________ T-75th at Lone Star Invitational Taylor Koser____________ 3-240_________ 78________ 80.00_______________________ T-79th at Lone Star Invitational

Spring 2012 Team Results

Date________ Tournament______________________________________ Finish/Teams___________________ Scores 2/13-14_____ UTSA Oak Hills Invitational (San Antonio, Texas)__________ T-12th/15______ 303-295-294----892 (+40) 2/20-21_____ Rice Intercollegiate (Houston, Texas)_______________________ 5th/15_______ 294-291-290----875 (+11) 3/5-6_______ Louisiana Classics (Lafayette, La.)_______________________ T-13th/15______ 294-293-300----887 (+23) 3/11-13_____ Argent Financial Classic (Choudrant, La.)__________________ T-7th/9______ 301-296-295—892 (+28) 3/16-17_____ Border Olympics (Laredo, Texas)_________________________ 14th/16_____ 304-308-309-----921 (+57) 4/1-3_______ Jim West Intercollegiate (Victoria, Texas)___________________ 8th/12______ 300-295-287-----882 (+18) 4/6-7_______ ASU Thunderbird Invitational (Tempe, Ariz.)_______________ 13th/17_______303-294-292—889 (+8) 4/23-25_____ Southland Conference Championship (McKinney, Texas)_____ 8th/10______ 307-315-310—932 (+68)

Spring 2012 Individual Averages

Player______________ Rds-Stks_______ Lo__________Avg.________________________________________Top Finish Ryan Werre___________ 24-1761_______ 70________ 73.38__________________________ T-4th at Rice Intercollegiate Stanton Tondre_________ 24-1806_______ 70________ 75.25______________________ 11th at Jim West Intercollegiate Taylor Koser___________ 24-1816_______ 70________ 75.67____________________ T-26th at Jim West Intercollegiate Martin Board__________ 24-1838_______ 72________ 76.58____ T-32nd at Rice Intercollegiate, Argent Financial Classic Reed Stegall___________ 12-928________ 71________ 77.33________ T-33rd at Southland Conference Championship Mitchell Griffin_________ 18-1399_______ 72________ 77.72________________________ T-32nd at Rice Intercollegiate

2011-12 Individual Averages

Player______________ Rds-Stks_______ Lo__________Avg.________________________________________Top Finish Ryan Werre___________ 32-2353_______ 70________ 73.53__________________________ T-4th at Rice Intercollegiate Stanton Tondre_________ 32-2405_______ 70________ 75.16______________________ 11th at Jim West Intercollegiate Taylor Koser___________ 27-2056_______ 70________ 76.15____________________ T-26th at Jim West Intercollegiate Martin Board__________ 32-2449_______ 72________ 76.53____ T-32nd at Rice Intercollegiate, Argent Financial Classic Reed Stegall___________ 17-1317_______ 71________ 77.47________ T-33rd at Southland Conference Championship Mitchell Griffin_________ 26-2015_______ 72________ 77.50________________________ T-32nd at Rice Intercollegiate Nicko Dodd____________ 8-623_________ 73________ 77.88_______________________ T-44th at Lone Star Invitational Eddie Devane__________ 3-236_________ 76________ 78.67_______________________ T-75th at Lone Star Invitational

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Martin Board

Nicko Dodd

Redshirt Freshman • Midland, Texas

Junior • Sugar Land, Texas

Tournament-by-Tournament Results UTA/Waterchase Invitational (7,289/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 78 78 — 156 T-70th Tucker Intercollegiate (7,562/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 75 74 76 225 T-34th Lone Star Invitational (7,253/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 74 73 83 230 T-61st UTSA Oak Hills Invitational (6,765/71) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 79 76 72 227 T-57th Rice Intercollegiate (7,184/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 76 72 74 222 T-32nd Louisiana Classics (6,898/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 74 74 73 221 T-44th Argent Financial Classic (7,105/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 76 72 77 225 T-32nd Border Olympics (7,125/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place T-77th 79 80 79 238 Jim West Intercollegiate (6,870/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 77 75 73 225 T-46th ASU Thunderbird Invitational (7,026/71) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 80 74 76 230 T-77th Southland Conference Championship (7,346/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 81 82 87 250 T-46th Season Events Rds-Strokes Low 11 32-2449 72

Avg. Top Finish 76.53 T-32nd

Eddie DeVane

Sophomore • San Antonio, Texas Tournament-by-Tournament Results Lone Star Invitational (7,253/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 76 77 83 236

Place T-75th*

Season Events Rds-Strokes Low Avg. Top Finish 1 3-236 76 78.67 T-75th

Tournament-by-Tournament Results UTA/Waterchase Invitational (7,289/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 81 79 — 160 Tucker Intercollegiate (7,562/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 78 81 78 237 Lone Star Invitational (7,253/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 73 75 78 226

Place T-85th Place T-78th Place T-44th

Season Events Rds-Strokes Low Avg. Top Finish 3 8-623 73 77.88 T-44th

M i t c h e l l G r i ff i n

Junior • Driftwood, Texas Tournament-by-Tournament Results UTA/Waterchase Invitational (7,289/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 76 74 — 150 Tucker Intercollegiate (7,562/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 81 74 84 239 Lone Star Invitational (7,253/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 73 77 77 227 UTSA Oak Hills Invitational (6,765/71) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 81 77 80 238 Rice Intercollegiate (7,184/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 74 76 72 222 Louisiana Classics (6,898/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 74 75 77 226 Argent Financial Classic (7,105/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 77 83 76 236 Border Olympics (7,125/72) Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Rd. 1 81 76 80 237 Jim West Intercollegiate (6,870/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 83 79 78 240

Place T-36th Place 84th Place T-50th Place 78th Place T-32nd Place T-61st Place T-49th Place T-73rd Place 67th

Season Events Rds-Strokes Low Avg. Top Finish 9 26-2015 72 77.50 T-32nd

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Reed Stegall

Junior • Rice Lake, Wis.

Freshman • San Angelo, Texas

Tournament-by-Tournament Results Lone Star Invitational (7,253/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 78 84 78 240 T-79th* UTSA Oak Hills Invitational (6,765/71) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 78 76 74 228 T-59th Rice Intercollegiate (7,184/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 74 75 75 224 T-46th Louisiana Classics (6,898/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 80 74 78 232 T-81st Argent Financial Classic (7,105/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 78 76 72 226 T-35th Border Olympics (7,125/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 77 75 78 230 T-50th Jim West Intercollegiate (6,870/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 78 70 72 220 T-26th ASU Thunderbird Invitational (7,026/71) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place T-38th 74 77 70 221 Southland Conference Championship (7,346/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 79 79 77 235 T-29th Season Events Rds-Strokes Low 10 27-2056 70

Avg. Top Finish 76.15 T-26th

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Tournament-by-Tournament Results UTA/Waterchase Invitational (7,289/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 80 78 — 158 T-79th* Lone Star Invitational (7,253/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 81 71 79 231 T-64th* UTSA Oak Hills Invitational (6,765/71) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 81 79 76 236 T-73rd* Jim West Intercollegiate (6,870/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 73 86 75 234 T-60th* ASU Thunderbird Invitational (7,026/71) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 76 71 74 221 T-38th Southland Conference Championship (7,346/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 76 85 76 237 T-33rd Season Events Rds-Strokes Low Avg. Top Finish 6 17-1317 71 77.47 T-33rd

S ta n t o n T o n d r e

Junior • Castroville, Texas Tournament-by-Tournament Results UTA/Waterchase Invitational (7,289/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 74 75 — 149 Tucker Intercollegiate (7,562/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 76 75 80 231 Lone Star Invitational (7,253/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 72 71 76 219 UTSA Oak Hills Invitational (6,765/71) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 74 73 73 220 Rice Intercollegiate (7,184/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 76 72 73 221 Louisiana Classics (6,898/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 74 79 78 231 Argent Financial Classic (7,105/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 76 75 75 226

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Border Olympics (7,125/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 75 80 78 233 T-62nd Jim West Intercollegiate (6,870/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 74 71 70 215 11th ASU Thunderbird Invitational (7,026/71) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 74 75 72 221 T-38th Southland Conference Championship (7,346/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 75 83 81 239 T-37th

Border Olympics (7,125/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 73 77 74 224 T-23rd Jim West Intercollegiate (6,870/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 71 80 72 223 T-40th ASU Thunderbird Invitational (7,026/71) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 79 74 76 229 T-70th Southland Conference Championship (7,346/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Place 77 71 76 224 T-7th

Season Events Rds-Strokes Low 11 32-2405 70

Season Events Rds-Strokes Low 11 32-2353 70

Avg. Top Finish 75.16 11th

Avg. Top Finish 73.53 T-4th

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R ya n W e r r e

Sophomore • Redcliff, Alberta Tournament-by-Tournament Results UTA/Waterchase Invitational (7,289/72) Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Rd. 1 76 72 — 148 Tucker Intercollegiate (7,562/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 76 70 79 225 Lone Star Invitational (7,253/72) Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Rd. 1 74 72 73 219 UTSA Oak Hills Invitational (6,765/71) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 72 70 75 217 Rice Intercollegiate (7,184/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 70 72 71 213 Louisiana Classics (6,898/72) Rd. 1 Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total 72 70 72 214 Argent Financial Classic (7,105/72) Rd. 2 Rd. 3 Total Rd. 1 72 73 72 217

Place T-24th Place T-34th Place T-17th Place 15th Place T-4th Place T-10th Place T-15th

Ryan Werre led UTSA in stroke average (73.53) and top10 finishes (three) during his sophomore campaign.

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Conference Honor Roll First Team All-Southland Conference

Micheal Connell 1995

Southland Conference Individual Medalists

Magnus Dohlvik 1997

Gibby Martens 2002

Magnus Dohlvik 1997, ‘98

Bryan Novoa 1993

Mike Mezei 2004

Southland Conference Southland Conference Freshman of the Year Student-Athlete of the Year

John Elizondo 2006

Matt Johnston 2005

Ryan Werre 2011

All-Conference Southland Conference First Team Micheal Connell___________________ 1995 Magnus Dohlvik_______________ 1997, ‘98 Gibby Martens____________________ 2002 Mike Mezei_______________________ 2004 Bryan Novoa_____________________ 1993 Second Team Kyle Collins_______________________ 2009 John Elizondo_____________________ 2006 Gibby Martens________________ 2000, ‘01 Shawn Smith______________________ 1992 Steve Ward_______________________ 1994 Ryan Werre______________________ 2012 Third Team Kyle Collins_______________________ 2007 John Elizondo_____________________ 2004 Michael Givilancz_________________ 2002

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2003 2007 2005 2011

Honorable Mention Lewis Chong______________________ Nicko Dodd______________________ Emiliano Martinez_________________ John Elizondo_____________________

2011 2010 2010 2005

Trans America Athletic Conference Coach of the Year

Trans America Athletic Conference Rob Anderson_____________________ 1990 Chris Clark_______________________ 1990 Raymond Cole____________________ 1987 Kurt Martin_______________________ 1987 Lance Mullins_____________________ 1991 Derek Steinbruck__________________ 1991 Hector Trevino____________________ 1989 Gordon Wessels_______________ 1989, ‘90

Joel Williamson 1990

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C o n f e r e n c e /NCAA H i s t o r y Year-By-Year Conference Tournament

Year______Champion______________________ Runner-Up________________ UTSA______________________Individual Champion 1987______Georgia Southern (874)________ Houston Baptist (875)__________ 3rd (882)__________ Steve Ford, Georgia Southern (206) 1988______Houston Baptist (893)_________ Georgia Southern (909)_________ 7th (955)________ Paul Davenport, Houston Baptist (218) 1989______Houston Baptist (910)_________ Georgia Southern (925)_________ 3rd (933)____ Mitchell Partridge, Georgia Southern (220) 1990______Stetson (918)______________________UTSA (920)_______________ 2nd (920)_________________Tommy Roddy, Mercer (223) 1991______Georgia State (881)_______________ Stetson (894)______________ 3rd (901)_________________ Tom Creavy, Stetson* (214) 1992______Texas State (895)_______________North Texas (897)____________ 6th (940)____________ Thad Harbour, Texas State* (219) 1993______North Texas (905)____________ Stephen F. Austin (918)_________ 6th (943)__________________ Brian McMyler, SFA (216) 1994______Sam Houston St. (881)___________North Texas (893)____________ 3rd (897)____________Dean Choate, Sam Houston (215) 1995______UT Arlington (884)______________ La.-Monroe (902)____________ 4th (903)____________ Jason Hughes, UT Arlington (217) 1996______North Texas (886)_______________ Texas State (896)____________ 7th (923)______________Ryan Palmer, North Texas (217) 1997______Texas State (888)__________________UTSA (889)_______________ 2nd (889)________________ Magnus Dohlvik, UTSA (219) 1998______Southeastern La. (855)___________ Texas State (892)____________ 7th (906)__________Bill Sherman, Southeastern La. (210) 1999______Stephen F. Austin (892)_________ UT Arlington (892)___________ 8th (918)_____________ Brandt Kieschnick, Sam Houston _____________________________________________________________________________________and David Bolen, Sam Houston (218) 2000______Southeastern La. (883)______________UTSA (884)_______________ 2nd (884)_____________ Adam Babb, UT Arlington (213) 2001______Lamar (891)___________________ SE Louisiana (902)___________ 7th (919)___________________Chris Stroud, Lamar (213) 2002______Lamar (882)___________________ UT Arlington (894)___________ 5th (909)_______________ Mark Van Hoose, Lamar (216) 2003______Lamar (846)_______________________UTSA (848)_______________ 2nd (848)___________________Chris Stroud, Lamar (206) 2004______La.-Monroe (869)_________________ Lamar (869)______________ 6th (882)________ Robert Jefferson, Sam Houston* (212) 2005______UT Arlington (861)______________ La.-Monroe (874)____________ 7th (912)____________ Jordan Krantz, UT Arlington (208) 2006______Lamar (871)_______________________UTSA (880)_______________ 2nd (880)__________________ John Elizondo, UTSA (213) 2007______Lamar (825)___________________ SE Louisiana (858)___________ 3rd (877)___________ Dawie Van Der Walt, Lamar (203) 2008______Lamar (866)____________________ Texas State (894)____________ T4th (896)_____________ Scott Kelly, Sam Houston* (215) 2009______Lamar (859)___________________ UT Arlington (869)___________ 4th (884)_________ Cedric Scotto, Southeastern La. (212) 2010______Southeastern La. (862)________ Central Arkansas (873)__________7th (902______ Alvaro Arizbaieta, Southeastern La. (208) 2011______UT Arlington (862)________________ Lamar (872)______________ 7th (896)___________________ MJ Daffue, Lamar* (212) 2012______Lamar* (890)________________ Central Arkansas (890)_________ 8th (932)_____________________MJ Daffue, Lamar (216) * won playoff

Top Individual Conference Finisher

Year____ 1987____ 1988____ 1989____ 1990____ ________ ________ 1991____ 1992____ 1993____ 1994____ 1995____ 1996____ 1997____ 1998____ 1999____ 2000____ 2001____ 2002____ 2003____ 2004____ 2005____ 2006____ 2007____ 2008____ 2009____ 2010____ 2011____ 2012____

Name____________________Score__________ Place Kurt Martin_____________72-70-70—212________ 2nd David Petry_____________77-78-83—238_______ 23rd Hector Trevino___________73-80-74—227________ t3rd Rob Anderson___________71-77-82—230________ t9th Chris Clark_____________72-77-81—230________ t9th Gordon Wessel__________75-73-82—230________ t9th Derek Steinbruck________72-71-75—218________ t3rd Shawn Smith____________81-76-76—233_______ N/A Bryan Novoa___________78-75-73—226________ t3rd Steve Ward_____________75-71-73—219_________6th Michael Connell_________77-70-73—220________t2nd Jimmy Muse____________75-79-75—229_______ t16th Magnus Dohlvik_________70-72-77—219_________ 1st Magnus Dohlvik_________72-72-76—220__________8t Court Watson___________73-74-76—223________ t7th Gibby Martens__________70-80-71—221________ t5th Luke Healy_____________75-81-71—227_______ t13th Michael Givilancz_______74-71-76—221_________4th John Elizondo___________74-71-65—210________ 3rd Mike Mezel_____________69-77-76—222_______ 19th Nick Olivarri____________74-78-71—223_________t12 John Elizondo___________67-71-75—213_________ 1st Thomas Kearney_________70-69-77—216________ t7th Thomas Kearney_________75-74-72—221________ t8th Kyle Collins_____________71-68-75—214_________4th Emiliano Martinez_______78-74-71­—223_______ t15th Ryan Werre_____________71-69-74—214________ t3rd Ryan Werre_____________77-71-76—224________ t7th

UTSA was a member of the Trans America Athletic Conference from 1987-91 and has competed in the Southland Conference since 1992.

NCAA Regional Qualifiers Name______________ Score_______ Year__ Place Magnus Dohlvik___ 76-73-74—223___ 1998____t75th Mike Mezel_______ 83-74-80—237___ 2004____ t91st

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All-Time Team Championships • Olmos Park Invitational Olmos Park Golf Course; San Antonio, Texas Sept. 22, 1983

• Centenary Hal Sutton Intercollegiate Northwood Country Club; Shreveport, La. Nov. 6-8, 1994

• UALR Invitational Rebsamen Park Golf Course; Little Rock, Ark. Oct. 7-8, 1985

• UTA United Technologies Invitational Bear Creek Country Club; Dallas, Texas Nov. 15, 1994

• Texas Wesleyan Invitational Pecan Plantation Golf Course; Granbury, Texas Oct. 24-24, 1985

• Louisiana Tech Invitational Southern Trace Golf Course; Shreveport, La. Oct. 22-24, 1995

• Lou Plummer Invitational Elkins Lake Course; Huntsville, Texas March 5-6, 1987

• Centenary Hal Sutton Intercollegiate East Ridge Country Club; Shreveport, La. Nov. 6-7, 1995

• Baylor Invitational Cottonwood Creek Country Club; Waco, Texas March 20-21, 1987

• UTSA Intercollegiate Cedar Creek Country Club; San Antonio, Texas March 4-5, 1996

• St. Mary’s Invitational Willow Springs Golf Course; San Antonio, Texas Oct. 1-2, 1987

• Hilton Invitational Southern Hills Country Club; Broken Arrow, Okla. Oct. 12-13, 1999

• Texas Lutheran Invitational Starcke Park Golf Course; Seguin, Texas Nov. 15-16, 1987

• Shocker Invitational Wichita State Golf Course; Wichita, Kan. April 8-9, 2002

• St. Mary’s Invitational Tapatio Springs; Boerne, Texas March 19-20, 1990

• Falcon Invitational Eisenhower Blue Course; Colorado Springs, Colo. Sept. 19-21, 2003

• UTSA Spring Invitational Cedar Creek Country Club; San Antonio, Texas March 5-6, 1990

• Crown Colony Classic Crown Colony Country Club; Lufkin, Texas Oct. 13-14, 2003

• Alamo Intercollegiate Sonterra Country Club; San Antonio, Texas Oct. 1991

• Rice Intercollegiate Black Horse Golf Club; Cypress, Texas Feb. 9-10, 2004

• UTSA Spring Golf Classic Sonterra Country Club; San Antonio, Texas March 18-19, 1991

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1982-83 UTSA vs. Baylor March 9, Tapatio Springs GC Boerne, Texas Baylor 308; UTSA 345

UTSA Vs. Texas Lutheran Oct. 3, Seguin CC Seguin, Texas No results available

1984-85

UTSA Vs. Trinity March 11, Pecan Valley GC San Antonio, Texas Trinity 310; UTSA 348

PIZZA HUT/SHSU INVITATIONAL April 15-16, Waterwood National GC Huntsville, Texas Rangel 82-83—165, Martin 85-81—166, Hresko 81-87—168, Caruso 84-88—172, Kloza 84-89-173. 11th of 14, 331-339—670.

Texas Lutheran Bulldog Invitational March 14, Seguin, Texas Robert May 79; Nick Milanovich 81; Jim Aycock 81; Shawn Angel 81; Rick Sanchez 101. 8th of 8, 332.

FORT WORTH INVITATIONAL Sept. 19-20, Pecan Valley GC Fort Worth, Texas 1, Martin 73-70-72—215; Q. Alexander 7772-79—228; Caruso 81-73-75—229; Kloza 78-74-78—230; Tucker 78-77-76—231. 2nd of 5, 306-289-301—896

UTSA vs. Baylor March 17, Morris Williams GC Austin, Texas Baylor 329; UTSA 359

OKLAHOMA CITY INVITATIONAL Sept. 23-24, Lincoln Park GC Oklahoma City, Okla. 7, Martin 70-68-73—211; Tucker 71-76-71— 218; Caruso 74-72-73—219; Q. Alexander 77-73-72—222; Kloza 77-77-74—228. 6th of 6, 292-289-289—870.

UTSA vs. Texas State March 29 San Marcos, Texas Texas State 294; UTSA 344 UTSA Vs. Texas Lutheran April 4 Seguin, Texas Texas Lutheran 290; UTSA 336 UTSA/Texas A&M-Kingsville/Texas Lutheran Triangular April 12, Fair Oaks CC Fair Oaks, Texas Texas Lutheran 310; Texas A&M-Kingsville 320; UTSA 373 UTSA/Trinity/Texas A&M-Kingsville Triangular April 18, 2002, Willow Springs GC San Antonio, Texas Texas A&M-Kingsville 316; Trinity 334; UTSA 356 UTSA Texas Lutheran April 27, 1983, Tapatio Springs GC Boerne, Texas Texas Lutheran 301; UTSA 374

1983-84 Olmos Park Invitational Sept 22, Olmos Park GC San Antonio, Texas 1, Gorski 71; Caruso 73, Mireault 75; B. Alexander 82; Q. Alexander 85. 1st of 9, 301. UTSA Vs. Schreiner Sept. 28, Tapatio Springs GC Boerne, Texas No results available

1985-86

UALR INVITATIONAL Oct. 7-8, Rebsamen Park GC Little Rock, Ark. t1, Tucker 73-72—145; t1, Q. Alexander 74-71—145; Martin 75-73-148; Hresko 7574—149; Caruso 79-74—153. 1st of 10, 297-290—587. ST MARY’S FALL INVITATIONAL Octc. 14-15, Tapatio Springs GC Boerne, Texas 3, Martin 76-73—149; 5, Caruso 75-75—150; 15, Q. Alexander 81-74—155; 16, Tucker 77-78—155; 18, Kloza 80-76—156. 3rd of 10, 308-298—606. TEXAS WESLEYAN INVITATIONAL Oct. 24-25, Pecan Plantation GC Granbury, Texas 2, Martin 71-69—140; Tucker 72-77—149; Kloza 73-78—151; Caruso 76-76—152; Flaherty 80-72—152. 1st of 18. TRINITY INVITATIONAL Nov. 4-5, Pecan Valley GC San Antonio, Texas No results available HAL SUTTON INVITATIONAL Nov. 11-13 Shreveport, La. Martin 232, Tucker 233, Flaherty 237, Hresko 240, Rangel 241. 13th of 15, 940.

BAYLOR INVITATIONAL Feb. 28-March 1, Cottonwood Creek GC Waco, Texas Martin 80-81—161; Kloza 85-78—163; Chevalier 87-79—166; Tucker 85-82—167; Flaherty 89-85—174. t9th of 17, 337-320—657. UTSA/DOMINION INVITATIONAL March 28-29, Dominion CC San Antonio, Texas t7, Martin 77-74—151; t7, Chevalier 7378—151; 13, Kloza 79-74—153; 18, Tucker 78-76—154; 21, Hresko 77-78—155; 28, Flaherty 78-79—157; 32, Rangel 81-78—159. 4th of 9, 312-203—614.

1986-87 MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR INVITATIONAL Oct. 10-11, Leon Valley GC No results available LOU PLUMMER INVITATIONAL March 5-6, Elkins Lake GC Huntsville, Texas 2, Martin 72-71—143; t14, Cole 76-73-149; t14, Tucker 71-78—149; 25, Bell 73-79-152; Petry 79-76—155. 1st of 14, 292-298—590. BAYLOR INVITATIONAL March 20-21, Cottonwood Creek CC Waco, Texas t5, Bell 77-72—149; t5, Tucker 74-75—149; 12, Cole 75-76—151; t14, Martin 7577—152; Sandoval 83-83—166. 1st of 15, 301-300—601. TRANS AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT April 13-14, Forest Heights CC Statesboro, Ga. 2, Martin 72-70-70—212; t6, Cole 76-7371—220. 3rd of 10, 295-295-292—882

1987-88 ST. MARY’S INVITATIONAL Oct. 1-2, Willow Springs GC San Antonio, Texas t8, Bryan 78-74—152; t9, Petry 75-78—153. 1st, 300-300—600 TEXAS INVITATIONAL Oct. 11-13, Grand Prairie CC Grand Prairie, Texas 4, Petry 74-74—148; t46, Bryan 88-80—168. t6th of 20, 313-309—622. Huntsville INVITATIONAL Oct. 21-22, Elkins Lake GC Huntsville, Texas t33, Martin 72-78-150; Petry 76-77-153; Linnstaedter 73-81-154; t49, Bryan 78-78-156; Flanigan 79-81-160. 10th of 10, 299-314—613.

CHARLES COODY WEST TEXAS INVITATIONAL Oct. 29-30, Fairway Oaks CC Abilene, Texas t15, Martin 83-76-159; t15, Petry 76-83—159; t15, Bryan 86-73—159; Linnstaedter 79-77156; Relf 85-74-159. 7th, 323-300—623. TEXAS LUTHERAN INVITATIONAL Nov. 15-16, Starcke Park GC Seguin, Texas t3, Petry 75-73-77—225. 1st, 299-284-311—894. CROWN COLONY CLASSIC Feb. 27-28, Crown Colony CC Lufkin, Texas t26, Petry 81-84—165; 31, Martin 80-91-171; 32, Bryan 85-88—173;36, Linnstardter 84-95179; 37, Flanigan 93-88-181. 9th of 9, 423-446—869. BORDER OLYMPICS March 5-6, Laredo CC Laredo, Texas t26, Petry 73-70-80-223; Martin 76-80-70-226; Sandoval 77-80-78-235; t57, Bryan 81-7582—238; Linnsteadter 89-87-78-254; Flanigan 77-nc-nc. 13 th of 15, 309-315-306—918. BAYLOR INVITATIONAL March 20-22, Cottonwood GC Waco, Texas 10, Petry 75-73-148; t12, Linnstaedter 7475—149; t16, Bryan 78-79—157; Martin 78-81—159. 7th, 303-308—611. UTSA/DOMINION CLASSIC March 14-15, The Dominion CC San Antonio, Texas t9, Petry 82-78—160; t19, Bryan 78-84—162. t6th, 316-328—644. ALL-AMERICAN INTERCOLLEGIATE March 30-April 1, Bear Creek GC Houston, Texas Bryan 76-80—156; Petry, 77-78—155. missed cut, 308-299—607. SAM HOUSTON STATE CLASSIC April 7-8, Waterwood National GC Huntsville, Texas t17, Petry 76-78-154; t17, Martin 77-77—154; t29, Linnstaedter 82-75—157; t65, Bryan 8386—169; 69, Flanigan 86-85—171. 10th of 13, 318-315—633. TRANS AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT April 20-22, Waterwood National GC Huntsville, Texas 23, Petry 77-78-83—238; t26, Bryan 80-8278—240. 7th, 309-330-316—955.

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1988-89 TEXAS Invitational Sept. 26-28, Woodhaven CC Fort Worth, Texas t8, Anderson 75-75-70—220; t10, Bryan 77-72-73—222; t12 Wessels 76-72-75—223; t19, Petry 79-75-78—232. 6th of 15, 302-294-296—892. UC FERGUSON ALL-COLLEGE TOURNAMENT Oct. 3-4, Westbury CC Oklahoma City, Okla. t7, Anderson 70-76-77—223; 8, Wessels 7375-65—224; 15, Bryan 71-76-81—228; t18, Petry 77-74-80—231. 2nd of 15, 285-301-312-898. CHARLES COODY WEST TEXAS INVITATIONAL Oct. 20-21, Fairway Oaks CC Abilene, Texas 7, Wessels 77-70—147; 17, Petry 76-74— 150; 24, Bryan 72-79—151; 57, Anderson 78-82—160; 73, Smith 83-88—173. 6th of 12, 303-305—608. O.D. BOUNDS INTERCOLLEGIATE Oct. 24-26, Fossil Creek, Fort Worth, Texas 15, Wessels 73-75—148; 24, Petry 7773—150; t24, Bryan 78-74—152; t61, Smith 78-81—159; t75, Anderson 85-86-76—247. 10th of 18, 306-303—609. MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR INVITATIONAL Nov. 9, Horseshoe Bay (Ram Rock Course) Horseshoe Bay, Texas 3, Brauner 78; t15, Wessels 84; 19, Anderson 86; DQ, Petry; DQ, Bryan. UTSA/SONTERRA CLASSIC Nov. 14-15, Sonterra CC San Antonio, Texas 1, Petry 75-74—149; 2, Bryan 75-75—150; t9, Brauner 80-79—159; t11, Anderson 8081—161; t12, Wessels 81-81—162. 2nd of 14, 310-309—619. UTPA INVITATIONAL Feb. 16-18, Campestre CC Monterrey, Mexico No results available SAM HOUSTON STATE Classic March 2-3, Elkins Lake GC, Huntsville, Texas t12, Anderson 76-73—149; t25, Brauner 75-77—152; t30, Wessels 78-75—153; t32, Trevino 77-77—154; t50, Bryan 81-77—158. 6th of 16, 306-302—608. ST. MARY’S INVITATIONAL March 6-7, Tapatio Springs CC Boerne, Texas 3rd of 15, 305-313—618. NCNB INVITATIONAL March 20-21, Cottonwood Creek GC Waco, Texas 21st of 29, 315. (weather shortened).

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1989-90 TEXAS INVITATIONAL Sept. 25-26, Woodhaven CC Fort Worth, Texas t23, Anderson 75-76-75—226; t38, Parker 7478-78—230; t40, Wessels 72-84-77—233. t11th, 298-213-303—913. THE WOODLANDS INTERCOLLEGIATE Sept. 29-30, TPC at The Woodlands, The Woodlands, Texas t2, Anderson 72-76-72—220; t24, Brauner 78-73-79—230; t31, Wessels 82-76-75—233; t36, Parker 75-75-86—237. 8th 313-306-303—922. O.D. BOUNDS INTERCOLLEGIATE Oct. 23-24, Fossil Creek GC Fort Worth, Texas t9, Brauner 76-73-80—229; t13, Steinbruck 76-79-75—230; t31, Anderson 77-7979—231. 4th, 305-303-314—922.

ST. MARY’S INVITATIONAL March 19-20, Tapatio Springs CC Boerne, Texas 1, Anderson 74-66-140; 4, Wessels 70-76146; t7, Steinbruck 76-64-150; 9, Brauner 74-77151; Clark 153; Trevino 153; Parker 153. 1st, 293-293—586. HYATT BEAR CREEK INVITATIONAL March 26-27, Hyatt Bear Creek (East) Dallas, Texas t18, Anderson 76-74-77—227; t31, Brauner 77-79-74—230; t39, Parker 80-75-77-232; t39, Wessels 80-80-72—232; t70, Steinbruck 76-79-81—238. t9th, 311-307-300—918. GRAND CANYON INVITATIONAL April 9-10, The Wigwam (West) Phoenix, Ariz. 6, Anderson 71-75-71—217; t20, Parker 71-73-78—222; t35, Wessels 76-79-71—226; t38, Clark 75-78-74—227; Brauner wd-wd-74. t4th, 293-305-290—888. TRANS AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT April 15-17, The Club at Sonterra San Antonio, Texas t9, Anderson 71-77-82—230; t9, Clark 7277-81—230; t9, Wessels 75-73-82—230; 12, Parker 74-76-81—231; 18, Steinbruck 74-79-82—235. t2nd of 8, 291-303-326—920.

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UTSA/SONTERRA CLASSIC Nov. 13-14, Sonterra CC San Antonio, Texas t8, Clark 78; t8, Anderson 78; t9, Brauner 79; 15, Steinbruck 80; t23, Wessels 83; t35, Parker 87. 3rd, 322 (shortened due to rain).

CHARLES COODY WEST TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE Sept. 11-12, Fairway Oaks GC Abilene, Texas t21, Steinbruck 78-72—150; t28, Mullins 77-74—151; t38, Rodgers 81-73—154; t48, Johnson 82-74—156; t63, Parker 86-77—163. 9th of 15, 318-293—611.

RICE INVITATIONAL Nov. 24-26 Columbia Lakes, Texas t17, Anderson 76-72-77—225; t26, Clark 7779-75—231; t53, Steinbruck 78-78-77—233; t68, Wessels 82-81-76—239. 11th, 310-305-302—917.

THE WOODLANDS INTERCOLLEGIATE Sept. 25-26, TPC at The Woodlands The Woodlands, Texas 15, Mullins 75-76—151; 65, Johnson 82-80162; t73, Steinbruck 83-81—164; t81, White 82-86—168; 89, Parker 92-93—185. 18th of 18, 322-323—645.

WOODYARD-HUNGARLAND INVITATIONAL March 1-2, Elkins Lake CC Huntsville, Texas t6, Wessels 73-77—150; t9, Clark 8071—151; t23, Steinbruck 79-75—154; t28, Anderson 81-74—155; t34, Parker 81-75—156. 2nd, 313-295—608.

LU ELLEN GIBBS INVITATIONAL Oct. 11-12, Elkins Lake CC Huntsville, Texas 4, Johnsson 72-74—146; t6, Mullins 72-75— 147; t18, Hullett 73-79—152; t20, Steinbruck 75-78—153; t31, Flanagan 76-82—158. 4th of 14, 292-306—598.

UTSA SPRING INVITATIONAL March 5-6, Cedar Creek GC San Antonio, Texas t2, Brauner 73-77—150; t4, Parker 7675_151; t4, Clark 76-75—151; 8, Wessels 79-73-152; t19, Steinbruck 77-81—158; 22, Anderson 78-82—160. 1st, 304-306—610.

HYATT BEAR CREEK FALL CLASSIC Oct. 29-30, Bear Creek (East) Course Dallas, Texas t10, Steinbruck 79-75—154; t10, Mullins 79-75—154; t39, Rodgers 80-78—158; t47, Hullett 84-75-159 101, Johnson 89-85—174. 6th of 20, 322-303—625.

UTPA CLASSIC Nov. 11-13, The Club at Cimarron Mission, Texas t8, Steinbruck 71-71-74—216; t8, Hullett 70-74-72—216; t11, Mullins 70-73-74—217; 16, Flanagan 74-76-70—220; t17, Rodgers 72-74-75—221. 3rd of 6,865. RICE/COLUMBIA LAKES INVITATIONAL Nov. 22-24, Columbia Lakes CC West Columbia, Texas t46, Mullins 86-75-70—231; t51, Hullett 7879-75—232; t57, Johnson 74-76-83—233; t57, Steinbruck 75-82-76—233; t62, Parker 79-79-76—234. 9th of 18, 306-309-297—912. CROWN COLONY INVITATIONAL Feb. 23-24, Crown Colony CC Lufkin, Texas No results available UTSA/SONTERRA SPRING CLASSIC March 18-19, Sonterra CC San Antonio, Texas 1, Steinbruck 71-75—146; t3, Hullett 7873—151; t6, Mullins 77-75—152; 16, Parker 80-75—155; t37, Schnurr 81-81—162; t51, Johnson 76-89—165; t53, White 87-79—166; t59, Rodgers 81-87—168. 1st of 13, 300-298—600 (weather shortened). US MILITARY ACADEMY INVITATIONAL March 22-23, Hidden Hills CC Austin, Texas No results available HYATT BEAR CREEK INVITATIONAL March 25-26, Hyatt Bear Creek (East), Dallas, Texas t11, Hullett 75-75-73—223; 20, Steinbruck 76-76-75—227; t30, Mullins 81-71-77—229; t42, Schnurr 80-73-78—231; t48, Parker 7677-80—233. 6th of 16, 307-295-303—905. TRANS AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT April 12-14, DeBary Plantation GC DeBary, Fla. t3, Steinbruck 72-74-72—218; 5, Mullins 70-75-74—219; t11, Hullett 76-76-75—227; t26, Rodgers 78-82-80—240; t30, Parker 80-85-77—242. 3rd of 8, 296-307-298—901.

1991-92 THE WOODLANDS INTERCOLLEGIATE Sept. 24-25, TPC at The Woodlands, The Woodlands, Texas t17, Mullins 74-78—152; t48, Hullett 8079—159; t52, Smith 78-82—160; t74, Winn 82-82—164. 12th of 18, 631. ELKINS LAKE INVITATIONAL Oct. 17-18, Elkins Lake CC Huntsville, Texas t5, Mullins 75-71—146; t15, Hullett 73-77150; t15, Steinbruck 73-77-150; t39, Lyon 74-80-154; 54, Winn 80-78—158. 4th of 14, 598.

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1992-93 THE WOODLANDS INTERCOLLEGIATE Sept. 29-30, TPC Woodlands, The Woodlands, Texas t28, Novoa 77-79—156; t50, Norris 80-81— 161; t50, Walsh 78-85—161; t86, Snethkamp 88-88—176; 88, Daly 91-88—179. 17th of 18, 323-333—656.

ACU/FAIRWAY OAKS INVITATIONAL Oct. 5-6, Fairway Oaks CC Abilene, Texas Novoa 75-74—149; Norris 73-78—151; Snethkamp 75-85—160; Curren 76-77-153. t11th of 17. ELKINS LAKE INVITATIONAL Oct. 15-16, Elkins Lake CC Huntsville, Texas t14, Novoa 74; t23, Curren 75; t18, Daly 78; t39, Norris 77; t60, Walsh 82. 6th of 14, 299 (rain shortened). UTPA CLASSIC Nov. 9-10, The Club at Cimarron Mission, Texas 4, Norris 76-70-73—219; t9, Novoa 75-7573—223; 13, Curren 74-78-73—225; t24, Jason Daly 80-75-75-230; t41. Scethkamp 81-77-83—241. 3rd of 9, 305-297-294—896. RICE INVITATIONAL Nov. 27-29, Columbia Lakes CC West Columbia, Texas t9, Novoa 80-70-74—224; t60, Griff 80-8276—238; t64, Norris 82-75-82—239; t79, Curren 89-82-78—249. 15th of 18, 331-309-310—950. Crown Colony Classic Feb. 22-23, Crown Colony CC Lufkin, Texas t41, Smith 77; t47, Curren 78; t47, Christian Snethkamp 78; t57, Lyon 79; 82, Marules 82. 14th of 18, 312. BORDER OLYMPICS Feb. 25-28, Laredo CC Laredo, Texas t20, Novoa 79-76-76-231; t36, Griff 77-8078-235; 68, Norris 84-76-84-244; t77, Flores 80-83-86-249; t85, Merules 8-88-92-259; 88, Daly 86-85-90-261. 14th of 15, 324-315-328—967. UTSA SPRING CLASSIC March 14-15, Cedar Creek GC San Antonio, Texas B. Novoa 76-75—151; Norris 80-79—159; Marules 83-81—164; Griff 86-82—168. t5th of 11, 315-314—619. HYATT CREEK INVITATIONAL March 18-19, 1993, Bear Creek GC Dallas, Texas No results available WATERWOOD INTERCOLLEGIATE March 29-30, Waterwood National GC Huntsville, Texas t2, Novoa 72-73-145; t14, Griff 76-75—151; t21, Norris 74-79—153; t33, Snethkamp 8175—156; t62, Daly 80-85—165. 4th of 13, 302-302—604. GRAND CANYON INVITATIONAL April 11-13, The Wigwam CC Phoenix, Ariz. No results available

Southland Conference Championship April 19-21, Riverside GC t3, Novoa 78-75-73—226; t27, Norris 79-72-88—239; 32, Daly 78-85-78—241; t39, Snethkamp 82-75-88—245; 45, Griff 8-87-82—249. 6th of 10, 315-207-321—943.

1993-94 WOODLANDS INTERCOLLLEGIATE Sept. 28-29, TPC at The Woodlands The Woodlands, Texas 1, Ward 67-78—145; 25, Womack 76-78— 154; 76, Connel 75-90—165; 80, Sinclair 81-85—166; 82, Sewall 79-88—167. 12th of 18, 297-329—626. UTPA CLASSIC Nov. 7-9, The Club at Cimarron Mission, Texas 2, Seibert 73-66-77—216; 3, Ward 74-7273—219; t8, Womack 73-79-76—228; t14, Sinclair 81-76-79—236; 19, Sinclair 81-8481—246. 3rd of 4, 301-2923-305—899. RICE/COLUMBIA LAKES INVITATIONAL Nov. 26-28, Columbia Lakes CC West Columbia, Texas t15, Ward 79-76-73—228; t25, Womack 78-76-77—231; t40, Connel 79-74-82—235; t53, Seibert 79-83-77—239; t83, Sinclair 82-86-83—251. 10th of 18, 315-309-309—933. Texas State CLASSIC March 14-15, Circle C GC Austin, Texas 7, Hays 71-73—144; Womack 78-72—150; Connel 78-74—152; Ward 80-72—152; Sinclair 83-78—161. 3rd of 11, 307-291—598. WATERWOOD INTERCOLLEGIATE March 1994, Waterwood National GC Huntsville, Texas t11, Hays 75-77—152; t20, Ward 78-76— 154; t25, Connel 74-81—155; t31, Womack 86-71—157; t36, Sinclair 81-77—158. t3rd of 7, 308-301—609. Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic April 4, Tallgrass CC Wichita, Kan. t19, Hays 82-80—162; t19, Ward 83-79— 162; t25, Womack 82-81—163; t30, Seibert 80-84—164; 76, Sinclair 94-86—180. 7th of 16, 327-324—651. UALR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP April 11-12, Chenal CC Little Rock, Ark. t18, Hays 76-73-79—228; t26, Ward 8075-77—232; t46, Seibert 82-75-81—238; t46, Connel 73-80-84—238; t77, Womack 82-79-84—245. 9th of 18, 312-203-321—935.

Southland Conference Championship April 18-20, Pecan Valley GC San Antonio, Texas 6, Ward 75-71-73—219; 15, Womack 7376-75—224; 16, Seibert 75-74-77—226; 23, Hays 76-77-76—229; 29, Connel 78-7677—231. 4th of 10, 299-297-301—897.

1994-95 UTPA CLASSIC Oct. 24-25, The Club at Cimarron Mission, Texas 1, Ward 69-74-68—211; t8, Connell 74-7270—216; t8, Edfors 74-68-74—216; t71, Hays 75-78-80—233; 79, Sinclair 79-81-78—238. 4th of 14, 292-286-290—868. HAL SUTTON INVITATIONAL Nov. 7-8, Northwood CC Shreveport, La. 3, Connell 71-68-75-214; 13, Ward 79-7174—224; t13, Ulfvengren 74-75-75—224; t15, Womack 72-74-79-225; t36, Edfors 79-74-81—234. 1st of 12, 296-287-303—886. UTA/UNITED SPORTS TECHNOLOGIES INVITATIONAL Nov. 14-15, Bear Creek GC Arlington, Texas 4, Connell 75-70—145; 5, Ward 71-75–146; t5, Ulfvengren 7274—146; 28, Womack 78-73—151. 1st of 18, 296-292—588. UTSA SPRING CLASSIC Feb. 26-28, Cedar Creek GC San Antonio, Texas t1, Edfors 147; t9, Ward 74-77—151; t20, Womack 75-78-153; t20, Ulfvengren 7281—153; t20, Hays 76-77—153; t26, Seibert 73-81—154; t32, Sewall 77-78—155; t38, Sinclair 78-79-157; t43, Connell 75-83—158; t65, Graves 84-84-168. UTSA ‘Orange’, 4th of 15, 294-316—610; UTSA ‘Blue’, 6th of 15, 301-311—612. CROWN COLONY INVITATIONAL March 2-4, Crown Colony CC Lufkin, Texas t1, Edfors 72; t6, Ward 74; t37, Hays 77; t37, Womack 77; T66, Ulfvengren 80. 3rd of 17, 300. SOUTHWEST TEXAS CLASSIC March 12-14, Circle C GC Austin, Texas t14, Hays 73-79—152; t14, Ulfuengren 7379—152; t31, Ward 78-77—155’ t52, Seibert 76-83—159; t61, Connell 74-87—161; t66, Edfors 78-84—162. t6 of 16, 300-318—618. BORDER OLYMPICS March 24-26, Laredo CC Laredo, Texas t9, Ward 76-73-72—221; t39, Seibert 78-7577—230; t72, Edfors 81-78-79—238; t81, Ulfvengren 80-81-80—241; t81, Womack 82-80-79—241. 14th of 15, 315-307-308—930.

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UALR INVITATIONAL April 2-4 , Chenal CC Little Rock, Ark. 5, Connell 75-76-70—221; t20, Ward 77-7679—232; t29, Edfors 235; t46, Jeff Seibert 78-82-77—237; t48, Hays 81-77-79—238. 4th of 18, 307-310-303—920. Southland Conference Championship April 16-18, Columbia Lakes CC West Columbia, Texas t2, Connell 77-70-73—220; t17, Ulfvengren 228; 24, Hays 79-76-74—229; t32, Edfors 234. t3rd of 10, 311-295-297—903.

1995-96 THE WOODLANDS INTERCOLLEGIATE Oct. 2-3, TPC at The Woodlands The Woodlands, Texas 2, Edfors 72-72—144; t19, Ulfvengren 7674—150; t56, Herring 76-81—157; t66, Muse 77-82—159; t68, Sinclair 84-76-160. 7th of 18, 304-300—604. BILLY BUNDRICK INTERCOLLEGIATE Oct. 23-24 Shreveport, La. 1, Edfors 69-72-79—220; 2, Ulfvengren 74-72-74-220; t33, Muse 79-82-75—236; t58, Sewall 86-85-73—244; 73, Fowler 8583-81—249. 1st of 18, 917* (playoff winner). HAL SUTTON INVITATIONAL Nov. 6-7, Eastridge CC Shreveport, La. 1, Edfors 73-69-70—212; 7, Muse 74-7076-220; t20, Herring 77-72-78—227; t28, Ulfvengren 77-71-82—230; t57, Sewall 87-8173—241. 73, Fowler 249. 1st of 12, 301-282-297—880. UTA/UNITED SPORTS TECHNOLOGIES INVITATIONAL Nov. 13-14, Fort Worth, Texas t27, Edfors 75-77-77—229; t36, Herring 76-80-75—231; t36, Fowler 78-75-78—231; t40, Ulfvengren 76-73-83—232; t46, Muse 77-82-75—234. 9th of 16, 304-305-305—914. Crown Colony Classic Feb. 23-24, Crown Colony CC Lufkin, Texas t24, Muse 76-78-79—233; t24, Ulfvengren 78-74-81—233; t38, Fowler 81-79-76—236; t67, Edfors 82-84-79—245; t77, Herring 8280-87—249. 11th of 17, 317-311-315—943. UTSA Oak hills classic March 4-5, Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Texas 6, Edfors 71-75—146; t7, Ulfvengren 7176—147; t13, Herring 77-73—150; t13, Fowler 73-77—150; t30, Muse 78-77—155; t34, John Sewall (individual) 83-74-157. 1st of 11, 292-301—593.

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1996-97 UTPA INVITATIONAL Sept. 16-17, Cimarron CC Mission, Texas 6, Muse 74-72-75—221; t7, Dolhvik 7176-75-222; t9, Dixon 73-72-78—223; t31, Ulfvengren 80-74-81—235; t31, Jones 78-8078—235; t31 Bartlett 75-77-83—235. 5th of 6, 293-294-306—893. GRAND CANYON CLASSIC Sept. 23-24, Hillcrest GC Phoenix, Ariz. 6, Dohlvik 72-70-72—214; t30, Dixon 80-72-73—225; t36 Muse 73-74-79—226; t39, Jones 77-72-78—227; t58, Bartlett 79-7478—231. 9th of 17, 310-288-310—890. THE WOODLANDS INTERCOLLEGIATE Oct. 7-8, The Woodlands CC The Woodlands, Texas t10, Dohlvik 74-73-78—225; t23, Muse 80-77-74—231; t29, Dixon 81-75-77—233; t58, New 80-80-79—239; t69, Jones 81-8483—248. 10th of 18, 310-288-310—890. RED RAIDER INTERCOLLEGIATE Oct. 21-22, Hillcrest CC Lubbock, Texas t37, Dohlvik 76-76—152; t61, Ulfvengren 8076—156; t75, Sewall 79-80—159; t75 Wade 85-74—159; t83, Bartlett 83-79—162. 17th of 17, 320-306—626.

Crown Colony Classic Feb. 23-24, Crown Colony CC Lufkin, Texas t5, Dohlvik 71-79—150; t14, Wade 8072—152; t20, New 79-75—154; t20, Muse 75-79—154; t73, Ulfvengren 83-79—162. 2nd of 16. 305-305—610. UTSA INVITATIONAL Feb. 25-26, LaCantera GC San Antonio, Texas t3, Dohlvik 77-76—153; t6, Muse 80-74— 154; t13, New 79-76—155; t16, Ulfvengren 75-81—156; 19, Wade, 80-77—157; t54, Dixon 84-84—168. 2nd of 15, 316-303—619. WATERWOOD NATIONAL INVITATIONAL March 16-18, Waterwood National GC Huntsville, Texas 7, Muse 76-70-72—218; t10, Dohlvik 72-7376—221; 26, Ulfvengren 79-75-74—228; t36, New 76-80-77—233; t51, Wade 77-7885—240. 3rd of 11, 301-296-299—896. CHENAL TROJAN CUP INTERCOLLEGIATE March 31-April 1, Chenal CC Little Rock, Ark. t6, Dohlvik 73-73-77—223; t27, Wade 79-76-76—231; t40, New 81-79-74—234; t49, Ulfvengren 78-79-79—236; t63, Muse 78-83-77—238. 7th of 18, 308-307-304—919. Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic April 13-15, Tallgrass GC Wichita, Kan. 5, Wade 73-79-69—221; t11, Dohlvik 77-74-74—225; t18, New 79-74-76—229; t42, Muse 78-79-78—235; t72, Ulfvengren 85-86-76—247. 5th of 16, 307-306-295—908. Southland Conference Championship April 20-23, Holytree CC Tyler, Texas 1, Dohlvik 70-72-77—219; t4, Wade 76-7075—221; t11, Muse 77-71-77—225; 21, New 78-75-77—230; t22, Ulfvengren 79-8171—231. 2nd of 9, 301-288-300—889.

1997-98 THE WOODLANDS INTERCOLLEGIATE Date, The Woodlands CC The Woodlands, Texas 15, Muse 72-74-81—227; t17, Dohlvik 74-7778—229; 73, Benestante 82-79-86—247. t6th of 15, 295-290-297—882. RED RAIDER INTERCOLLEGIATE Date Lubbock, Texas 2, Dohlvik 70-67-71—208; t35, New 74-7274—220; t82, Muse 79-74-77-230 t82, Dixon 79-74-77—230. 9th of 17, 294-286-293—873.

Crown Colony Classic Date, Crown Colony CC Lufkin, Texas t7, Dohlvik 145; t45, Muse 153; 76, Benestante 166. t73, New 162. 12th of 15, 307-304—611 (rain shortened). SOUTHWEST CLASSIC Feb. 15-17, Circle C GC Austin, Texas t5, Dohlvik 71-74-75—220; 13, Muse 68-7778—223; t44, Burns 78-79-74—231. 3rd of 16, 288-300-301—893. UTSA Invitational Feb. 23-24, La Cantera GC San Antonio, Texas t2, Dohlvik 144; t36, Muse 77-77—154; t71 , Burns 80-80—160. 5th of 18, 299-303—602 (rain shortened). HUNGARLAND-WOODYARD INVITATIONAL March 15-17, Waterwood National GC Huntsville, Texas t10, Muse 71-76—147; t10, Dohlvik 7275—147; t52, Burns 78-77—155; t52, New 78-77—155. 3rd of 19 290-300—590 (rain shortened). BORDER OLYMPICS March 26-29, Laredo CC Laredo, Texas 13, Dohlvik 76-77-71—224; t15, Muse 74-7973—226; t85, New 82-81-82—245; 87, Burns 87-83-76—246. 8th of 14 299-311-299—909. ALL-AMERICA INTERCOLLEGIATE March 30-April 1 Houston, Texas 23rd of 24, 308-308-616. UALR INVITATIONAL April 5-7, Chenal CC Little Rock, Ark. 1, Dohlvik 70-71-74—215; t56, Dixon 82-8078—240. 7th 17, 306-314-312—932. WICHITA STATE CLASSIC April 13-14, Tallgrass CC Wichita, Kan. t40, Dohlvik 80-74-75—229; t47, New 76-7876—230; t62, Dixon 7477-81—232; t10th of 20, 300-299-308—907. Southland Conference Championship April 19-21, Holytree CC Tyler, Texas 8, Dohlvik 72-72-76—220; 11, Muse 71-7477—222; t37, Dixon 80-79-79—238. 7th of 10, 298-299-309—906.

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1998-1999 RONNIE PFIEDER INVITATIONAL Sept. 14-15 Beaumont, Texas t18, Dohlvik 73; t35, Watson 75; t54, Jones 76; t61, Benestante 78. t9th of 16, 301—301 (rain shortened). SMU SHOOTOUT Oct. 19-20, Stonebridge CC McKinney, Texas t16, Watson 70-76-76-223; t43, Dohlvik 78-7676—230; t49, Martens 74-80-78—232; t74, Dixon 80-84-85—249. 10th of 14, 296-310-311—917. BAYLOR INVITATIONAL Oct. 26-27, Twin Rivers GC Waco, Texas t31, Dohlvik 73-77-73—223; t38, Watson 73-72-79—224; t41, Martens 78-75-72—225; t54, Jones 77-78-73—228; t64, Dixon 76-8472—232 Crown Colony Classic Nov. 6-7, Crown Colony CC Lufkin, Texas t49, Jones 78-80-77—235; t56, Dohlvik 8378-76-237; t77, Watson 85-81-79—245; t83, Martens 82-83-84—249. 17th of 18, 328-319-316—963. UTPA CLASSIC Nov. 16-17 Weslaco, Texas t4, Watson 71-72-73—216; t13, Martens 71-75-74—220; t16, Dohlvik 73-72-76—221; t22, Chapa 76-77-71—224; t26, Jones 78-8476—228. 4th of 9, 291-293-294—878. Texas STate UDAMON CLASSIC Feb. 15-16, Victoria CC Victoria, Texas t14, Dixon 70-77-77—224; t40, Martens 7579-74—228; t63, Dohlvik 76-79-78—233; 78, Watson 79-83-74—236. 13th of 19, 298-318-299—915. UTSA INVITATIONAL Feb. 22-23, LaCantera GC San Antonio, Texas t4, Dohlvik 71-75—146; t15, Martens 78-73— 151; t32, Dixon 82-83—155; t39, Watson 77-79—156; t74, Chapa 80-83—163. 4th of 18. 306-300—606 (rain shortened). BORDER OLYMPICS March 19-20, Laredo CC Laredo, Texas t5, Watson 68-72-77—217; t29, Martens 78-73-73—224; t33, Chapa 76-74-75—225; t56, Dohlvik 80-75-76—231; t84, Dixon 8278-82—242. t8th of 18, 302-294-301—897. UALR INTERCOLLEGIATE April 5-6, Chenal CC Little Rock, Ark. t26, Martens 83-74—157; t26, Dohlvik 77-74—151; t54, Dixon 79-77—156; t54, Watson 75-81—156; 71, Chapa 78-82—160. 12th of 15, 309-306-615

SHOCKER CLASSIC April 12-13, Crestview CC Wichita, Kan. t7, Watson 70-71—141; t7, Martens 6972—141; t36, Dohlvik 75-71—146; 49, Dixon 72-76—148; t73, Chapa 78-74—152. 6th of 20, 286-288—574. Southland Conference Championship April 19-20, Holytree CC Tyler, Texas t7, Watson 73-74-76—223; t18, Dohlvik 70-76-82—228; t36, Chapa 82-77-75—234; 39, Martens 83-76-77-236; 47, Dixon 80-8283—245. 8th of 10, 305-303-310—918.

1999-2000 CROWN COLONY CLASSIC Sept. 13-14 Lufkin, Texas t24, Chapa, 75-77-81—233; t27, Jones 79-78-77—234; t32, Dixon 77-78-80—235; t37, Muse 81-765-80—236; t44, Wilder 7977-82—238. 9th of 18, 310-307-318—935. SMU BIG E SHOOTOUT Sept. 20-21, Stonebridge CC McKinney, Texas t51, Dohlvik 77-81-75—233; t51, Martens 75-78-80—233; t76, Dixon 79-81-81—241; t78, Jones 82-77-83—242; 84, Chapa 76-8589—249. 16th of 16, 307-317-319—943. LAMAR INVITATIONAL Oct. 3-4, Columbia Lakes GC Columbia Lakes, Texas 2nd, Martens 74-70-74—218; t23, Dohlvik 80-72-75—227; t31, Muse 75-75-79—229; t33, Dixon 76-78-76-230; t65, Carnahan 8081-81—242. 6th of 15, 305-295-304—904.

UTSA oak hills classic Feb. 28-29, Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Texas  t11, Martens 75-71-72—218; t29, Muse 72-76-74—222; t32, Dohlvik, 77-74-72—223; t37, Watson 75-75-75—225; t72, Jones 8378-73—234. 9th of 18, 299-296-291—886.

UDAMON CLASSIC Feb. 29-20, Victoria CC Victoria, Texas 13, Martens 70-77-73—220; t20, Carnahan 75-73-75-223; t20, Healy 75-74-74—223; t36, Watson 75-75-78—228; t57, Chapa 78-79-78-235. 8th of 15, 295-299-300—894.

BORDER OLYMPICS March 31-April 1, Laredo CC Laredo, Texas 5, Jones 75-74-71—220; t11, Muse 76-7571—222; t21, Martens 74-78-73-225; 61, Dohlvik 78-83-75—236; t62, Watson 80-7978—237. t4th of 14, 303-306-290—899.

UTSA oak hills classic Feb. 26-27, Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Texas t5, Givilancz 72-68—140; t8, Martens 70-72— 142; t10, Watson, 73-70—143; t29, Healy 71-76—147; t33, Carnahan 77-71—148; t56, Chapa 76-79—155. 2nd of 12, 286-281-294—861.

CHENAL TROJAN CUP April 3-4, Chenal CC Little Rock, Ark. t13, Dohlvik 73-78-76-227; t17, Watson 73-7580-228; t17, Jones 77-73-78—228; t38, Muse 72-80-84—236; t50, 76-80-84—240. t8th of 15, 294-306-318—918.

CHENAL TROJAN CUP March 26-27, Chenal CC Little Rock, Ark. t22 Martens 76-74-79—229; t24 Givilancz 73-75-82—230; t38, Watson 82-77-75—234; t55 Carnahan 78-77-86—241; t55 Healy 79-79-83—241. 9th of 16, 306-303-319—928.

SAM HOUSTON STATE CLASSIC April 10-11, Waterwood National GC Huntsville, Texas t7, Martens 70-73-71—214; t7, Muse 70-7371—214; T12, Watson 75-70-70—215; t32, Dohlvik 73-75-73—221; t39, Jones 74-7474—223. 1st of 16, 287-290-285—862. Southland Conference Championship April 17-18, Columbia Lakes CC West Columbia, Texas t5, Martens 70-80-71—221; t8, Muse 75-75-72—222; t8, Jones 75-73-74—222; t16, Watson 77-74-74—225; t24, Dohlvik 75-76-77-228. 2nd of 10, 295-298-291—884.

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BORDER OLYMPICS April 6-7, Laredo CC Laredo, Texas t30, Martens 76-74-73—2223; t37, Healy 7278-74—224; t54, Carnahan 74-76-77—227; t65, Watson 77-76-78—231; t69, Loving 8079-73—232; 93, Ferris 81-81-84—246. 13th of 15, 299-304-297—900. Diet Pepsi SHOCKER CLASSIC April 9-10, Crestview CC, Wichita, Kan. t18, Martens 71-71-74—216; t21, Healy 7371-73—217; t46, Carnahan 72-77-75— 224; 85, J.C. Ramirez 81-78-78—237; 88, Court Watson 73-80-85—239. 12th of 17, 290-297-300—887.

HILTON INVITATIONAL Oct. 12-13, Southern Hills CC Broken Arrow, Okla. t2, Martens 72-70-73—215; t8, Dohlvik 73-74-71—218; t22, Jones 79-71-74—224; t31,. Dixon 74-82-71—227; t49, Muse 83-7276—231. 1st of 18, 298-287-289—874.

SMU INVITATIONAL Sept. 18-19, Stonebridge CC McKinney, Texas 11, Martens 72-74-74—220; 41, Healy 7871-78—227p; 57, Carnahan 76-76-81—233; 72, Watson 76-74-88—238; Givilancz 83-7984—246. 3th of 16, 302-295-317—914.

Southland Conference Championship April 16-18, Thompson Creek G.C. St. Francisville, La. t13, Healy 75-81-71—227; t18, Carnahan 75-77-77—229; t30, Martens 80-77-77—234; t35, Watson 72-81-83—236; t37, Loving 7679-82—237. 7th of 10, 298-314-307—919.

BAYLOR INVITATIONAL Oct. 25-26, Twin Rivers GC Waco, Texas t12, Dohlvik 75-72-69—216; t25, Jones 72-73-73—218; t25, Martens 71-78-69-218; t42, Muse 76-72-75—223; t84, Dixon 76-8178—235. 9th of 16, 294-295-286—875.

KANSAS INVITATIONAL Sept. 25-26, Alvamar GC Lawrence, Kan. 1, Martens 69-73-68—210; 35, Carnahan 77-79-74—230; 43, Healy 77-80-75—232; 53, Watson 76-74-88—238; 81, Givilancz 83-79-84–246. 4th of 13, 299-308-295—902.

KANSAS STATE INVITATIONAL Oct. 1-2, Manhattan, Kan. 6, Martens 78-71-74—223; 10, Healy 76-7078—224; 26, Watson 73-82-78—223; 37, Schaeffer 80-79-77—236; 41, Carnahan 8177-79—237. 4th of 9, 307-297-307—911.

UDAMON CLASSIC Feb. 21-22, Victoria CC Victoria, Texas 16, Martens 72-78-72—222; t27, Dohlvik 7-4-75-76—225; t27, Muse 73-77-75—225; t34, Watson 75-76-76—227; t80, Jones 7879-82—239. 4th of 17, 294-306-299—899.

CROWN COLONY CLASSIC Oct. 16-17, Crown Colony CC Lufkin, Texas 32, Carnahan 80-73-153; 46, Martens 80-76—156; t61, Chapa 81-78–159; t61, Givilancz 79-80—159; 69, Healy 8080—160. 15th of 17, 319-307—626.

AIR FORCE INVITATIONAL Oct. 7-8, Eisenhower Blue Course Colorado Springs, Colo. 2, Healy 71-70-68-209; 12 Martens 73-7076—219; 18, Schaeffer 75-75-73—223; 40, Watson 77-79-75—231; 44, Carnahan 77-77-79—233. 4th of 12, 296-292-292—882.

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Crown Colony Classic Oct. 15-16, Crown Colony CC Lufkin, Texas 9, Martens 71-70-83—224; 17, Givilancz 7774-75—226; 24, Schaeffer 78-74-78—230; 29, Healy 82-75-74—231; 61, Watson 75-7688—239. 4th of 18, 301-293-310—904.

SHOCKER INVITATIONAL April 8-9, WSU Course Wichita, Kan. 1, Martens 68-66-69—203; 12, Carnahan 7273-75—220; 15, Schaeffer 78-73-70—221; 20, Givilancz 74-74-75-223; 27, Healy 73-71-81—225. 1st of 12, 287-283-289—859.

ST. MARY’S INVITATIONAL Oct. 22-23 San Antonio, Texas 13, Schaeffer 76-73—151; t25, Givilancz 75-78—153; t25, Carnahan 78-85—153; 44, Hardgrave 79-77—156; 56, Watson 79-79—158. 6th of 20, 308-305—613.

Southland Conference Championship April 15-17, Twin Lakes GC Canton, Texas 4, Givilancz 74-71-76—221; 18, Martens 78-75-74—227; 28, Healy 78-77-77—232; Schaeffer 84-74-76—234; 36, Carnahan 7979-80—238. 5th of 10, 309-297-303—909.

AZTEC INVITATIONAL Nov. 5-6, Barona Creek GC Lakeside, Calif. 21, Martens 68-69-76—213; 28, Givilancz 76-68-71—215; 32, Healy 74-78-64—216; 36, Schaeffer 68-72-77—217; 51, Carnahan 73-771-71—221. 6th of 17, 283-286-282—851. UDAMON INVITATIONAL Feb. 19-20 San Marcos, Texas 3, Martens 71-77-72—220; 10, Healy 7478-73—225; 17, Givilancz 74-78-75—227; 23, Carnahan 78-77-73—228; 30, Schaeffer 74-80-76—230. 2nd of 11, 293-310-293—896. UTSA oak hills classic Feb. 25-26, Oak Hills, CC San Antonio, Texas 3, Martens 68-70-81—219; 5, Schaeffer 70-71-79-220; 26, Givilancz 75-71-83—229; 38, Carnahan 74-76-81—231; 58, Healy 75-73-88—236. 2nd of 16, 287-285-324—896. LOUISIANA CLASSIC March 12-13, Oakbourne CC Lafayette, La. t3, Martens 71-71-73—215; t3, Healy 6973-73—215; 40, Givilancz 76-75-73—224; 45, Schaeffer 75-75-75-—225; 50, Carnahan 72-77-77—226. 4th of 15 287-294-294-875. CHENAL TROJAN CUP March 25-26, Chenal CC Little Rock, Ark. 34, Schaeffer 77-72-76—225; 41, Givilancz 5-79-73—227; 43, Martens 79-71-78—228; 56, Healy 82-73-76—231; 73, Crnomut 8075-79–234. 11th of 19 teams 311-291-303—905. BORDER OLYMPICS April 5-6, Laredo CC Laredo, Texas 2, Martens 69-69-69-—207; 50, Givilancz 76-71-77—224; t69, Healy 76-74-77—227; t69, Carnahan 71-77-79—227; 78, Schaeffer 79-78-73—230. 10th of 17, 292-291-296—879.

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2002-03 MEAN GREEN INVITATIONAL Sept. 16-17, Bridlewood GC Flower Mound, Texas t10, Healy 70-73-75-218—223; Crnomut 75-74-73—222; t58, Bopp 79-72-74—225; 62, Elizondo 73-75-79—227; 10th Givilancz 74-73-81—228. 10th of 14, 292-292-301—885. Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Sept. 30-Oct. 1, Colbert Hills GC Manhattan, Kan. t5, Healy 77-77-71—225; t28, Elizondo 83-74-77—234; t50, Mezei 79-85-77—241; t59, Crnomut 82-83-82—247; 68, Hardgrave 91-85-87—263. 10th of 12, 321-319-307—947. Crown Colony Classic Oct. 14-15, Crown Colony, CC Lufkin, Texas t8, Healy 78-72-74—224; t24, Mezei 7574-81—230; t24, Crnomut 72-79-79—230; t41, Elizondo 78-77-80—235; t89, Bopp 82-87-81—250. 7th of 18, 303-302-314—919. barona Collegiate Cup Oct. 21-22, Barona Creek GC Lakeside, Calif. t46, Elizondo 72-73-75—220; t50, Mezei 73-70-78—221; t55, Healy 75-74-73—222; t69, Crnomut 75-76-74—225; 88, Pugh 7877-83—238. 16th of 17, 295-293-300—888. Baylor Invitational Oct. 28-29, Bear Ridge GC Waco, Texas t19, Mezei 71-72-72—215; t27, Elizondo 72-70-75—217; t35, Crnomut 77-66-76—219; t35, Cromwell 77-72-70—219, t63, Healy 74-73-77—224. t8th of 16, 294-280-293—867. Rice Intercollegiate Feb. 10-11, Black Horse North GC Cypress, Texas t31, Cromwell 76-79-73—228; t45, Mezei 78-77-76—231; Pugh 79-83-73—235; t54, Elizondo 79-76-80—235; t61, Healy 85-7380—238. 11th of13, 312-305-302.

UTSA oak hills Classic Feb. 24, Oak Hills, CC San Antonio, Texas t7, Crnomut 75; t30, Elizondo 78; t38, Cromwell 79; t51, Pugh 81; t65, Mezei 83. 10th of 15, 313. Louisiana classic March 10-11, Oakbourne CC Lafayette, La. t5, Mezei 71-70-72—213; t44, Crnomut 74-75-75—224; t61, Pugh 74-74-80—228; t75, Elizondo 72-83-78—233; 82, Cromwell 81-80-79—240. 14th of 14, 291-299-304—894. Chenal trojAn Cup March 24-25, Chenal CC Little Rock, Ark. t22, Mezei 76-72-73—221; t22, Healy 7272-77—221; t40, Crnomut 74-80-72—226; t59, Elizondo 75-82-73—230; t59, Pugh 75-77-78—230. 10th of 18, 296-301-295—892. Border Olympics April 4-5, Laredo CC Laredo, Texas t15, Healy 72-73-72—217; t22, Pugh 7569-77—221; t50, Elizondo 73-74-75—222; t74, Crnomut 72-80-75—227; 100, Villarreal 83-85-80—248. t15th of 20, 292-296-299—887. Southland Conference Championship April 21-23, Canebrake GC Hattiesburg, Miss. 3, Elizondo 74-71-65—210; t5, Healy 78-6867—213; t7, Pugh 72-67-75—214; t11, Mezei 73-76-66—215; t37, Crnomut 79-73-74—226. 2nd of 10, 297-279-272—848.

2003-04 Falcon INVITATIONAL Sept. 19-20, Eisenhower Blue Course, Colorado Springs, Colo. 1, Mezei 66-71-70—207; t3; Elizondo 72-6874—214; t23 Healy, 71-78-71—220; t26, Johnston 73-73-75—221; t69, Cromwell 79-7577—231. 1st of 18, 282-287-290—859. Baylor Invitational Sept. 29-30, Bear Ridge GC Waco, Texas 3, Mezei 72-69-71—212; t14, Johnston 7371-74—218; t28, Elizondo 74-76-72—222; t59, Cromwell 81-74-75—230; t71, Healy 75-82-77—234. t5th of 14, 294-290-292—876. Nestlé/Purina Classic Oct. 6-7, Missouri Bluffs GC St. Charles, Mo. t3, Elizondo 69-69-69—207; t5, Mezei 7270-67—209; t11, Johnston 68-74-70—212; t28, Healy 73-71-74—218; t52, Schaeffer 79-77-79—235. 2nd of 9, 282-284-280—846.

Crown Colony Classic Oct. 13-14, Crown Colony CC Lufkin, Texas 1, Elizondo 70-69-75—214; t6, Mezei 70-7574—219; t9, Johnston 78-72-72—222; t12, Schaeffer 70-76-79—225; t32, Healy 76-7779—232; t28, Cromwell* 77-77-76—230; 31, Martin* 74-75-82—231*. 1st of 12, 286-292-300—878. Del Walker Intercollegiate Nov. 6-7, Virginia CC Long Beach, Calif. t5, Mezei 67-72-71—210; t5, Schaeffer 7268-70—210; t15, Johnston 76-72-69—217; t31, Elizondo 69-76-75—220; t63, Martin 76-77-75—228. 2nd of 13, 284-288-285—857. Rice Intercollegiate Feb. 9-10, Black Horse GC Cypress, Texas 3, Mezei 72-72-73—217; t13, Cromwell 7274-79—225; t13, Thabungkan 72-76-77— 225; t23, Johnston 80-72-77—229; t33, Healy 78-72-82—232; t42, Elizondo 76-79-78—233. 1st of 14, 298-290-307—895. UTSA oak hills classic March 1-2, Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Texas t11, Thabungkan 71-72-75—218; t15, Mezei 70-78-71—219; t19, Elizondo 74-72-75—221; t22, Martin* 76-68-78—222; t37, Johnston 84-72-70—226; t40, Healy 76-73-78—227; t60, Cromwell 76-77-78—231. 3rd of 17, 291-293-291—975. Louisiana Classics March 8-9, Oakbourne CC Lafayette, La. t33, Elizondo 78-75-71—224; t39, Thabungkan 75-73-77—225; t39, Johnston 77-75-73—225; t46, Mezei 73-74-79—226; t51, Healy 81-75-71—227. t7th of 15, 303-297-292—892. Lindsey Collegiate March 29-30, Eagle Hill GC Bryant, Ark. 5, Thabungkan 69-73-78—220; t28, Mezei 73-76-78—227; t41, Johnston 70-76-84—230; t53, Healy 75-73-85—233; t58, Martin 80-7482—236. t6th of 15, 287-296-322—905. Border Olympics April 2-3, Laredo CC Laredo, Texas t16, Mezei 74-72-71—217; t29, Thabungkan 75-72-73—220; t60, Elizondo 79-74-74—227; t80, Johnston 74-74-84—232; 91, Cromwell 79-84-78—241. t12th of 17, 302-292-296—890. Southland Conference Championship April 19-21, High Meadow Ranch GC Magnolia, Texas 19, Mezei 69-77-76—222; t20, Elizondo 74-73-76—223; t26, Thabungkan 78-6977—224; t30, Johnston 68-84-75—225; t43, Healy 79-72-80—231. 6th of 10, 287-291-304—882.

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NCAA Central Regional May 20-22, Boilermaker GC West Lafayette, Ind. t91, Mezei* 83-74-80—237.

2004-05 Mean Green Classic Sept. 13-14, Lantana GC Denton, Texas t8, Olivarri 79-69-71—219; t10, Johnston 7572-73—220; t26, Elizondo 74-73-77—224; t30, Martin* 73-74-78—225; t63, Krohn 7777-83—237; 72, Costelloe 79-79-82—240. 7th of 14, 305-291-303—899. Kansas Invitational Sept. 19-20, Alvamar GC Lawrence, Kan. 6, Elizondo 70-72-76—218; t7, Olivarri 74-72-73—219; t7, Johnston 71-73-75—219; t42, Martin 74-78-78—230; t60, Burch 79-7481—234. 3rd of 13, 289-291-302—882. SMU Stonebridge Invitational Oct. 6, Stonebridge CC McKinney, Texas t3, Elizondo 69—69; t8, Olivarri 71—71; t14, Johnston 72—72; t66, Martin 79—79; t77, Krohn 83—83. t3rd of 16, 291—291 (weather shortened) Del Walker Intercollegiate Nov. 4-5, Virginia CC Long Beach, Calif. 2, Olivarri 65-74-71—210; t23, Johnston 7172-78—221; t32, Elizondo 76-75-72—223; 52, Costelloe 78-75-77—230; 60, Thabungkan 82-76-81—239. t8th of 12, 290-296-298—884. Rice Intercollegiate Feb. 7-8, Wildcat GC Houston, Texas t10, Olivarri 73-72—145; t33, Elizondo 78-73—151; t56, Johnston 78-76—154; t61, Costelloe 80-75—155; t67, Krohn 8274—156. 12th of 14, 309-294—603 (rain shortened). UTSA oak hills classic Feb. 28-March 1, Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Texas t17, Olivarri 70-71-77—218; t17, Elizondo 69-76-73—218; t17, Costelloe* 70-7474—218; t21, Thabungkan 73-71-75—219; t29, Johnston 73-75-73—221; t33, Krohn 76-76-70—222; t67, Martin* 75-77-80—232; 85, Burch 80-81-84—245. 5th of 17, 285-293-291—869. St. Croix Collegiate Classic March 4-6, Carambola GC St. Croix, Virgin Islands 1, Elizondo 66-73-72—211; t14, Thabungkan 72-68-78—218; t44, Johnston 76-70-79—225; t56, Costelloe 73-79-76—228; t63, Ollivarri 77-76-76—229. t5th of 17, 287-287-302—876.

El Diablo Intercollegiate March 19-20, El Diablo GC Citrus Springs, Fla. t4, Costelloe 74-74-74—222; t9, Johnston 83-69-73—225; t17, Elizondo 77-75-76—228; t31, Olivarri 79-78-74—231; 84, Thabungkan 84-83-81—248. 2nd of 19, 313-296-297—906.

Rice Intercollegiate Feb. 6-7, Willowisp CC Missouri City, Texas t5, Elizondo 71-74-75—220; t21, Collins 73-75-78—226; t35, Kearney 77-75-77—229; t41, Olivarri 79-82-70—231; t48, Thabungkan 80-77-76—233. 4th of 14, 300-301-298—904.

Crown Colony Classic Oct. 8-10, Crown Colony CC Lufkin, Texas t6, Collins 72-72—144; t18, Kearney 7375—148; t23, Johnston* 72-77—149; t28, Olivarri 75-75—150; t43, Krohn 90-73—153; t48, Costelloe 79-75—154. 6th of 12, 299-295—594.

Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic April 5-6; Wichita CC Wichita, Kan. t18, Thabungkan 73-79-79—231; t24, Olivarri 77-76-79—232; t34, Costelloe 79-7679—234; t39, Elizondo 87-84-74—236; t47, Johnston 77-84-77—238. 7th of 12, 305-315-309—929.

UTSA oak hills classic Feb. 20-21, Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Texas t22, Elizondo 75-74-73—222; t33, Kearney 76-74-74—224; t33, Johnston 74-73-77—224; t39, Costelloe* 73-76-76—225; t50, Collins 76-81-72—229; t77, Olivarri, 83-73-82—238; t58, Burch* 79-76-77—232; t62, Thabungkan, 78-74-82—234 t73, Krohn* 81-79-77—237. 8th of 17, 301-294-296—891.

UTSA Invitational Oct. 23-24, Comanche Trace GC Kerrville, Texas 4, Kearney 68-67-74—209; t14, Johnston 7570-73—218; t14, Costelloe* 74-70-74—218; t20, Olivarri 74-73-72—219; t36, Collins 75-77-72—224; t38, Krohn 76-73-76—225; t44, Burch* 73-76-77—226; t49 Thabungkan* 77-76-76—229; t49, Hui* 74-77-78—229. 4th of 11, 292-283-291—866.

Orange County Invitational March 4-5, Crooked Cat GC Winter Garden, Fla. t33, Kearney 71-76-73—220; t43, Collins 75-75-73—223, t43, Johnston 74-73-76—223, t43, Costelloe 71-81-71—223, t55, Elizondo 74-76-76—226. 10th of 15, 365-381-369—1,115

Battle of the Bend Nov. 5-7, Toledo Bend CC Many, La. 3, Collins 74-71—145; t5, Kearney 7374—147; t5, Costelloe 77-70-147; t5, Krohn* 75-72—147; t13, Olivarri 75-74—149; t18, Johnston 76-74—150. 2nd of 12, 298-289—587.

Pioneer Classic March 20-21, Palm Valley GC Goodyear, Ariz. 21, Elizondo 71-71-71—213; t30, Kearney 71-73-71—215; t43, Johnston 71-74-72—217; t57, Collins 76-74-70—220, t66, Olivarri* 7474-73—221; t81, Costelloe 79-68-77—224. t9th of 17, 289-286-284—859.

UTSA Oak hills intercolleigate Feb. 19-20, Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Texas t5, Johnston 73-73-72­—218; t16, Kearney 7673-74—223; t35, Collins 76-74-76—226; t37, Thabungkan 78-77-72—227; t57, Olivarri 8275-75—232; t16, Costelloe* 75-76-72—223. 3rd of 16, 303-295-293—891.

Carter Plantation Intercollegiate March 27-28, Carter Plantation GC Springfield, La. t28, Kearney 77-79-75—227; 32, Johnston 76-81-75—232; t34, Olivarri 75-82-77—234; t41, Elizondo 79-78-80—237; t46, Collins 79-78-82—239. 10th of 12, 307-316-307—930.

Carter Plantation intercolleigate March 12-13, Carter Plantation GC Springfield, La. t21, Merry 74-76-73—223; t21, Kearney 72-75-76—223; t46, Matt Johnston 80-7474—228; t66, Costelloe 84-74-80—227,; DNF, Collins 73-81-NS. 12th of 14, 310-296-303—909.

Southland Conference Championship April 17-19, Deerwood CC Kingwood, Texas 1, Elizondo 67-71-75—213; t15, Collins 73-75-73—221; t17, Olivarri 74-75-73—222; t27, Johnston 78-74-75—224; 33, Costelloe 78-79-72—229. 2nd of 10, 292-295-293—880.

Ron Moore Invitational March 19-20, Palm Valley GC Goodyear, Ariz. t19, Kearney 69-73-72—214; t23, Johnston 72-71-72—215; t23, Merry 73-70-72—215; t38, Collins 72-71-75—218; t65, Krohn, 7673-73—222. 8th of 17, 286-285-289—860.

Southland Conference Championship April 25-27, Kingwood CC Kingwood, Texas t12, Olivarri 74-78-71—223; t23, Thabungkan 74-81-75—230; t30, Elizondo 78-79-75—232; t34, Costelloe 77-76-80—233; t38, Johnston 79-79-76—234. 7th of 10, 303-312-297—912.

2005-06 Mean Green Classic Sept. 12-13, Lantana GC Denton, Texas t9, Elizondo 72-71-77—220; t9, Kearney 71-72-77—220; t21, Johnston 76-73-74—223; t24, Olivarri 74-70-80—224; t46, Collins 75-74-80—229; t46, Thabungkan 76-7281—229. 4th of 14, 292-285-308—885. Adams Cup of Newport Sept. 26-27, Newport National GC Newport, R.I. t5, Johnston 77-76-72—225; t23, Kearney 7675-81—232; t45, Costelloe 84-76-78—238; t54, Olivarri 86-79-75—240; t59, Elizondo 86-80-75—241. 6th of 16, 323-306-300—929. Baylor Invitational Oct. 10-11, Bear Ridge GC Waco, Texas t16, Kearney 79-70-71—220; t31, Elizondo 76-77-71—224; t31, Thabungkan* 74-7674—224; t53, Johnston 76-76-77—229; t53, Olivarri 77-79-73—229; t59, Collins 82-7475—231. 8th of 15, 308-297-290—895. Del Walker Intercollegiate Nov. 3-4, Virginia CC Long Beach, Calif. t26, Elizondo 73-75-70—218; t30, Kearney 75-74-70—219; t36, Thabungkan 72-7672—220; t41, Collins* 75-73-74—222; t51, Olivarri 76-72-78—226; t53, Johnston 80-77-70—227. 10th of 12, 296-297-282—875.

2006-07 Del Walker Intercollegiate Sept. 14-15, Virginia CC Long Beach, Calif. 3, Collins 69-70-74—213; t30, Kearney 68-7180—219; t36, Costelloe 79-72-69—220; t36, Krohn* 76-75-69—220; t43, Olivarri 73-7573—221; t56, Johnston 76-74-80—230. 6th of 14, 286-287-296—869. Adams Cup of Newport Sept. 26-27, Orchard Course Newport, R.I. t11, Krohn 72-73-80—225; t15, Olivarri 7474-78—226; t17, Costelloe 75-76-76—227; t32, Collins 75-77-79—231; t57, Burch 83-7582—240. 6th of 12, 296-298—313.

UALR/First Tee Collegiate March 26-27, Chenal CC Little Rock, Ark. 9, Kearney 69-69-75—213; t10, Collins 7168-75—214; t33, Merry 66-73-81—220; t38, Johnston 73-78-70—221; t68, Thabungkan 74-75-80—229. 5th of 17, 279-285-300—864. Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic April 2-3, Wichita CC Wichita, Kan. t39, Johnston 74-75-81—230; t43, Collins 75-75-81—231; t54, Merry 78-77-81—236; t87, Martinez 86-82-83—251; DNF, Kearney 78-78-NS 14th of 16, 305-305-326—936.

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Southland Conference Championship April 16-18, Comanche Trace GC Kerrville, Texas t7, Kearney 70-69-77—216; t12, Collins 74-74-71—219; t15, Krohn 73-75-75—223; t15, Johnston 73-74-76—223; t21, Merry 77-74-74—225. 3rd of 10, 290-291-296—877.

2007-08 Hartford Hawks Invitational Sept. 14-15, International GC Bolton, Mass. 16, Costelloe 73-75-75—223; t21, Burch 74-77-76—227; t21, Krohn 79-70-78—227; t33, Kearney 77-74-80—231; t54, Collins 74-2-82—243. 7th of 13, 298-29-309—903. Adams Cup of newport Sept. 25-26, Newport National GC Newport, R.I. t15, Kearney 75-75-75—225; t19, Merry 74-77-75—226; t25, Burch 77-77-74—228; t36, Costelloe 7-72-83—232; t67, Collins 80-86-77—243. 5th of 15, 302-302-301—905. Oklahoma Intercollegiate Oct. 14-16, Oak Tree GC Edmond, Okla. t41, Merry 82-76-80­—238; 44, Costelloe 81-76-83–240; 45, Kearney 81-74-76—241; 56, Martinez 81-78-87—246; t57, Burch 7991-82—252. 10th of 11, 322-304-331—957.

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UALR/FIRST TEE COLLEGIATE March 17-18, Chenal CC Little Rock, Ark. t29, Costelloe 80-77-74—231; t34. Hui 79-81-74—234; t42, Merry 80-81-75—236; t57, Kearney 81-77-83—241; t57, Collins 83-83-75—241. 12th of 15, 320-316-298—934.

PACIFIC INVITATIONAL Nov. 3-5, Brookside CC Stockton, Calif. t23, Collins 73-72-73—218; t46, Chong 74-75-74—223; t48, Wilkie 76-75-73—224; 54, Martinez 74-82-72—228; t56, Hui 77-8074—231. 12th of 12, 297-302-292—891.

UTA Waterchase Invitational Sept. 21-22, Waterchase GC Fort Worth, Texas t26, Martinez 73-74-75—222; t52, Chong 73-75-79—227; t80, Kiel 81-75-77—233; 87, Koser 78-78-82—238; 99, Wilkie 85-7885—248. 17th of 19, 305-302-312—920.

CARTER PLANTATION INTERCOLLEGIATE March 24-25, Carter Plantation GC Springfield, La. t32, Merry 75-78-82—235; t39, Costelloe 68-89-80—237; t39, Olivarri 84-72-81—237; t65, Hui 88-77-79—244; 75, Collins 79-8785—251. 10th of 15, 306-314-322—942.

Mardi Gras Invitational Feb. 9-10, TPC Louisiana GC New Orleans, La. t6, Collins 71-76-72—219; t12, Kiel 76-7670—222; t47, Martinez 76-81-74—233; t50, Chong 78-76-80—234; t59, Wilkie 77-7982—238. 7th of 15, 302-307-296—905.

Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate Oct. 5-6, Classic Club Palm Desert, Calif. t30, Martinez 75-75-74—224; 57, Griffin 75-75-79—229; t61, Freeman 76-77-78—231; t81, Dodd 80-71-85—236; 92, Chong 89-8386—258. t14th of 16, 306-298-316—920.

DIET PEPSI SHOCKER CLASSIC March 31-April 1, Wichita CC Wichita, Kan. t15, Hui 77-70-71—218; t29, Merry 80-7073—223; t64, Martinez 81-76-74—231; t80, Costelloe 81-76-78—235; t84, Olivarri 82-80-76—238. 14th of 16, 319-292-294—905.

UTSA Oak Hills Invitational Feb. 16-17, Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Texas t17, Collins 69-73-74—216; t44, Wilkie 7672-76—224; t51, Kiel 80-72-74—226; t59, Chong 80-76-74—230; t65, Martinez 79-7678—233; t70, Idstein* 83-77-76—238. 11th of 14, 304-293-298—895.

Lone Star Invitational Oct. 18-19, Briggs Ranch GC San Antonio, Texas t14, Martinez 71-71-77—219; t21, Griffin

Southland Conference Championship April 14-16, Gray Plantation GC Lake Charles, La. t8, Kearney 75-74-72—221; 12, Merry 7678-68—222; t14, Olivarri 77-72-75—224; t27, Costelloe 80-77-72—229; 48, Hui 85-8077—242. t4th of 10, 308-301-287—896.

Louisiana Classic March 8-10, Oakbourne CC Lafayette, La. t38, Collins 75-80-68—223; t38, Martinez 78-73-72—223; t57, Lewis 78-73-76—227; t71, Wilkie 78-76-79—233; t78, Idstein 8277-79—238. 14th of 15, 309-299-295—903.

t30, Griffin 74-75-72—221; t40, Martinez 80-74-79—223; t59, Freeman 83-72-79—234; t61, Kiel 75-83-77—235; 64, Koser 84-7676—236. 12th of 12, 312-297-294—903.

Carter Plantation Intercollegiate March 24-25, Carter Plantation Springfield, La. 4, Collins 75-73-72—220; t11, Martinez 76-72-78—226; t31, Kiel 77-78-77—232; t49, Wilkie 82-81-79—242; 56, Chong 7888-80—246. 7th of 12, 310-314-306—930.

Arizona Invitational April 27-29, Arizona National GC Tucson, Ariz. t24, Martinez 72-68-72—212; t62, Griffin 81-73-74—228; 73, Chong 84-71-70—235; 74, Koser 75-79-83—237; 76, Struble 76-8480—240. 13th of 14, 304-291-306—901.

UMB Bank/Mizzou Tiger Classic April 13-14, The Club of Old Hawthorne, Columbia, Mo. t17, Kiel 75-74-75—224; t23, Collins 75-7773—225; t62, Chong 79-76-82—237; 68, Martinez 7978-84—241; 70, Wilkie 83-8283—248. 12th of 14, 308-305-313—926.

UTSA Oak Hills Invitational Feb. 15-16, Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Texas t28, Dodd 77-72-74—223; t44, Struble 79-75-74—228; t49, Griffin 74-77-78—229; t61, Chong 72-81-79—232; t63, Martinez 7975-79—233; Wilkie* 78-79-78—235; Koser* 80-80-78—238. 14th of 15, 304-307-309—920.

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Del Walker Intercollegiate Oct. 25-26, Virginia CC Long Beach, Calif. t20, Kearney 75-72-67—214; t26, Costelloe 67-72-77–216; t44, Collins 71-70-79—220,; t44, Merry 75-71-74—220; t54, Burch 70-7676—222. 8th of 11, 283-285-292—860.

MEAN GREEN CLASSIC Sept. 8-9, Lantana CC Denton, Texas 6, Collins 73-68-76—217; t28, Chong 77-7476—227; t33, Wilkie 77-73-78—228; t46, Hui 80-75-78—233; t50, Martinez 77-7880—235. 8th of 12, 304-290-308—902.

UTSA Invitational Oct. 29-30, Comanche Trace GC Kerrville, Texas t12, Martinez 71-69-76—216; t15, Kearney 72-73-72—217; 21, Costelloe 72-69-78—219; t22, Collins 80-72-68—220; t27, Hui 71-7674—221. t5th of 13, 302-284-290—876.

WILLIAM H. TUCKER INTERCOLLEGIATE Sept. 26-27, New Mexico Championship GC Albuquerque, N.M. t57, Collins 77-75-77—229; t67, Wilkie 76-75-81—232; t74, Chong 80-79-75—234; t81, Martinez 81-79-77—237; t86, Hui 86-7977—242. 15th of 16, 314-308-306—928.

UTSA OAK HILLS CLASSIC Feb. 18-19, Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Texas t5, Merry 73-67-74—214; t18, Hui 78-6974—221; t53, Martinez 77-73-79—229; t63, Kearney 78-78-75—231; t68, Collins 75-81-77—233. t8th of 17, 303-287-300—890.

DEL WALKER INTERCOLLEGIATE Oct. 16-17, Virginia CC Long Beach, Calif. t12, Collins 67-68-76—211; t15, Hui 70-6874—212; t29, Martinez 67-75-74—216; t33, Chong 75-70-72—217; t56, Wilkie 74-7277—223. 5th of 15, 278-278-296—852.

RON SMITH/USF INVITATIONAL Feb. 29 - March 2, Lake Jovita CC Dade City, Fl. t26, Kearney 74-71-75—220; t28, Costelloe 76-69-76—221; t43, Hui 72-76-76—224; t50, Merry 76-75-74—225; 84, Martinez 77-8181—239. 13th of 18, 298-291-301—890.

UTSA INVITATIONAL Oct. 27-28, Comanche Trace GC Kerrville, Texas 14, Chong 77-78-72—227; t38, Wilkie 83-79-73—235; t45, Hui 84-73-80—237; t57, Martinez 81-82-81—244; t62, Collins 86-84-77—247. 11th of 13, 325-312-302—939.

Southland Conference Championship April 27-29, Comanche Trace GC Kerrville, Texas 4, Collins 71-68-75—214; t20, Martinez 75-74-74—223; t25, Chong 76-70-79—225; t27, Kiel 76-75-76—227; t27, Wilkie 78-7376—227. 4th of 10, 298-285-301—884.

2009-10 William H. Tucker Intercollegiate Sept. 11-12, New Mexico Championship GC Albuquerque, N.M. t48, Chong 73-73-77—223; t61, Martinez 76-76-75—227; t75, Wilkie 77-79-75—231; t92, Freeman 80-79-77—236; t94, Kiel 80-7582—237. t15th of 17, 306-303-304—913.

73-73-77—223; t37, Kiel 79-76-71—226; t42, Freeman 79-77-73—229; 58, Chong 78-78-86—242. 8th of 12, 301-297-298—878. Baylor Intercollegiate Oct. 26-27, Royal Oaks CC Dallas, Texas

J.L. Lewis Intercollegiate Feb. 22-23, The Bandit GC New Braunfels, Texas t5, Dodd 73-73—146; t30, Martinez 8174—155; t40, Griffin 78-81—159; t50, Struble 84-81—165; t54, Wilkie 87-81—168. 10th of 11, 316-309—625 (weather shortened). Border Olympics March 5-6, Laredo CC Laredo, Texas t47, Martinez 76-75-77—227; t55, Griffin 75-78-77—230; t60, Koser 80-73-79—232; t76, Dodd 80-80-78—238; t78, Struble 82-8077—239. t15th of 16, 311-306-309—926.

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Louisiana Tech Bulldog Classic March 15-16, Squire Creek CC Choudant, La. t44, Martinez 75-81-78—234; t46, Struble 8186-78—235; t68, Koser 79-80-81—245; t75, Wilkie 83-84-80—247. 13th of 16, 318-313-316—947. Morris Williams Invitational April 5-6, University of Texas GC Austin, Texas 72, Dodd 82-79-79—240; 73, Koser 87-7678—241; t74, Martinez 82-80-80—242; t80, Griffin 79-80-85—244; 83, Struble 80-82-85‚247. 15th of 15, 323-315-322—960. Aggie Invitational April 17-18, Traditions Club Bryan, Texas t23, Martinez 71-72-73—216; t57, Struble 80-76-70—226; 67, Dodd 73-81-78—232; t68, Chong 76-80-77—233; t68, Griffin 777482—233; t75, Koser 84-75-71—240. 12th of 12, 377-377-379—1,133. (count 5) Southland Conference Championship April 27-29, Carter Plantation GC Springfield, La. t15, Martinez 78-74-71—223; t23, Dodd 69-80-76—225; 27, Chong 77-78-71—226; t39, Griffin 71-79-84—234; t42, Struble 7982-78—239. 7th of 10, 295-311-296—902.

2010-11 UTA Waterchase Invitational Sept. 20-21, Waterchase GC Fort Worth, Texas t62, Werre 74-75-78—227; t67, Griffin 7274-82—228; t67, Dodd 73-78-77—228; t74, Chong* 76-73-80—229; t74, Wilkie 80-7178—229; t86, DeVane 80-79-74—233. 16th of19, 299-298-307—904. William H. tucker Intercollegiate Oct. 1-2, New Mexico Championship GC Albuquerque, N.M. t40, Dodd 79-75-73—227; t67, Werre 74-7884—236; t79, Chong 78-80-83—241; t82, Wilkie 83-78-81—242; 87, Griffin 79-8188—248. 16th of 16, 310-311-321—942. Lone Star Invitational Oct. 17-18, Briggs Ranch GC San Antonio, Texas t10, Werre 70-75-70—215; t20, Dodd 7174-75—220; t49, Struble* 76-80-72—228; t52, Wilkie* 74-77-79—230; 57, Chong 7677-81—234; 59, Basañez* 77-79-80—236; 63, Koser* 87-80-80—247; 64, Griffin 78-8886—252; 65, DeVane 82-86-88—256; 12th of 12, 295-312-312—919. Kauai Collegiate Invitational Oct. 24-26, Puakea GC, Lihue, Hawaii t19, Werre 74-73-76—223; t19, Wilkie 73-77-73—223; t19, Chong 77-75-71—223; t30, Dodd 73-78-77—228; t42, Struble 79-7875—232. 5th, 297-303-295—895.

Arizona Intercollegiate Jan. 31-Feb. 1, Arizona National GC Tucson, Ariz. t18, Werre 74-72-74—220; t46, Griffin 73-71-84—228; t54, Dodd 75-77-79—231; t58, Chong 82-75-75—232; t79, Struble 8180-76—237. 13th of 16, 303-295-304—902. UTSA Oak Hills Invitational Feb. 14-15, Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Texas t21, Chong 70-73-74—217; t41, Dodd 77-68-78—223; t54, Werre 73-74-79—226; t73, Griffin 72-79-79—230; 81, Struble 78-74-81—233; t82, Koser 79-75-80—234; 92, DeVane 79-79-82—240; 93, Basañez 78-83-81—242. 12th of 17, 292-294-310—896. Rice Intercollegiate Feb. 21-22, Westwood GC Houston, Texas t21, Chong 70-75-73—218; t23, Griffin 73-72-74—219; t37, Dodd 73-75-73—221; t41, Werre 66-77-79—222; t45, Struble 7575-72—222. t7th of 15, 282-297-292—871. St. Edward’s Championship Feb. 21, Austin CC Austin, Texas 9, DeVane 73-74—147; 12, Basañez 7676—152; 13, Koser 78-75—153. Border Olympics March 25-26, Laredo CC Laredo, Texas t44, Werre 72-74-74—220; t85, Chong 75-76-76—227; t92, Dodd 81-72-77—230; t96, Struble 83-74-76—233; 98, Griffin 8081-75—236. 18th of 19, 308-296-301—905. Morris Williams Intercollegiate April 4-5, University of Texas GC Austin, Texas t43, Griffin 75-78-81—234; t62, Werre 81-76-82—239; t66, Chong 82-84-74—240; t69, Dodd 87-79-75—241; t79, DeVane 86-8983—258. 14th of 14, 324-317-312—953. Jim West Intercollegiate April 11-12, Victoria CC Victoria, Texas t13, Chong; 73-73-75—221; t19, Griffin 73-73-77—223; t46, Werre 75-76-79—230; t77, Dodd 77-82-82—241; t82, Struble 81-8681—248. 10th of 15, 298-304-312—914. Aggie Invitational April 16-17, Traditions GC Bryan, Texas t7, Werre 66-79-72—217; t41, Griffin 75-7779—231; t54, Chong 77-77-82—236; 69, Struble 82-87-81—250; 71, Basañez 98-8583—266; 72, Koser 90-87-93—270. 11th of 11, 390-405-397—1,192. (count 5)

Southland Conference Championship April 25-27, Waterchase GC Fort Worth, Texas t3, Werre 71-69-74—214; 9, Chong 72-7175—218; t34, Griffin 79-73-77—229; 43, Dodd 80-75-82—237; 44, Struble 78-7784—239. 7th of10, 300-288-308—896.

2011-12 UTA Waterchase Invitational Sept. 20-21, Waterchase GC t24, Werre 76-72—148; t30, Tondre 7475—149; t36, Griffin 76-74—150; t70, Board 78-78—156; t85, Dodd 81-79—160. t9th of 19, 304-299—603. (3rd round canceled due to bees) William H. Tucker Intercollegiate Oct. 2-3, New Mexico Championship GC Albuquerque, N.M. t34, Werre 76-70-79—225; t34, Board 75-7476—225; t62, Tondre 76-75-80—231; t78, Dodd 78-81-78—237; 84, Griffin 81-7484—239. 12th of 16, 305-293-313—911. Lone Star Invitational Oct. 16-18, Briggs Ranch GC San Antonio, Texas t17, Werre 74-72-73—219; t17, Tondre 72-71-76—219; t44, Dodd 73-75-78—226; t50, Griffin 73-77-77—227; t61, Board 7473-83—230; t64, Stegall* 81-71-79—231; t75, DeVane* 76-77-83—236; t79, Koser* 78-84-78—240. 9th of 15, 292-291-304—887. UTSA Oak Hills Invitational Feb. 13-14, Oak Hills CC San Antonio, Texas 15, Werre 72-70-75—217; t25, Tondre 74-73-73—220; t57, Board 79-76-72—227; t59 Koser 78-76-74—228; t73, Stegall* 81-7976—236; 78 Griffin 81-77-80—238. t12th of 15, 303-295-294—892. Rice Intercollegiate Feb. 20-21, Westwood GC Houston, Texas t4, Werre 70-72-71—213; t24, Tondre 76-7273—221; t32, Board 76-72-74—222; t32, Griffin 74-76-72—222; t46, Koser 74-7575—224. 5th of 15, 294-291-290—875. Louisiana Classics March 5-6, Oakbourne CC Lafayette, La. t10, Werre 72-70-72—214; t44, Board 74-74-73—221; t61, Griffin 74-75-77—226; t79, Tondre 74-79-78—231; t81, Koser 80-7478—232. t13th of 15, 294-293-300—887. Argent Financial Classic March 11-13, Squire Creek CC Choudrant, La. t15, Werre 72-73-72—217; t32, Board 7672-77—225; t35, Tondre 76-75-75—226; t35, Koser 78-76-72—226; t49, Griffin 77-8376—236. t7th of 9, 301-296-295—892.

Border Olympics March 16-17, Laredo CC Laredo, Texas t23, Werre 73-77-74—224; t50, Koser 77-7578—230; t62, Tondre 75-80-78—233; t73, Griffin 81-76-80—237; t77, Board 79-8079—238. 14th of 16, 304-308-309—921. Jim West Intercollegiate April 1-3, Victoria CC Victoria, Texas 11, Tondre 74-71-70—215; t26, Koser 78-7072—220; t40, Werre 71-80-72—223; t46, Board 77-75-73—225; t60, Stegall* 73-8675—234; 67, Griffin 83-79-78—240. 8th of 12, 300-295-287—882. ASU Thunderbird Invitational April 6-7, Kartsten GC Tempe, Ariz. t38, Tondre 74-75-72—221; t38, Koser 7477-70—221; t38, Stegall 76-71-74—221; t70, Werre 79-74-76—229; t77, Board 80-7476—230. 13th of 17, 303-294-292—889. Southland Conference Championship April 23-25, Stonebridge Ranch CC McKinney, Texas t7, Werre 77-71-76—224; t29, Koser 79-7977—235; t33, Stegall 76-85-76—237; t37, Tondre 75-83-81—239; t46, Board 81-8287—250. 8th of 10, 307-315-310—932.

2012-13 Sam Hall Intercollegiate Sept. 10-11, Hattiesburg CC Hattiesburg, Miss. t17, Werre 71-72-71—214; t21, Tondre 7172-72—215; t49, Koser 75-72-74—221; t60, Stegall* 78-75-71—224; t69, Lindsey 79-7374—226; t69, Hogan 75-73-78—226. 11th of 15, 292-289-291—872. William H. Tucker Intercollegiate Sept. 28-29, New Mexico Championship GC t16, Tondre 72-76-73—221; t46, Lackey 7573-80—228; t53, Werre 78-77-75—230; t59, Hogan 81-73-77—231; t59, Stegall* 75-7779—231; t73, Koser 76-80-81—237. 11th of 14, 301-299-305—905. Lone Star Invitational Oct. 14-16, Hill Country GC San Antonio, Texas t2, Tondre 70-74-70—214; t12, Lindsey* 72-72-74—218; t29, Hogan 71-76-77—224; t29, Werre 74-73-77—224; t54, Lackey 7582-76—233; t62, Stegall 80-78-77—235; 73, Koser 82-76-86—244. 7th of 15, 290-299-300—889. Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate Oct. 22-23, New Mexico State GC Las Cruces, N.M. t7, Werre 67-75-69—211; t15, Hogan 71-7271—214; t22, Tondre 75-74-67—216; t59, Lackey 74-71-80—225; t62, Stegall* 79-7177—227; 71, Lindsey 81-76-74—231. 6th of 12, 287-292-281—860. * played as individual

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Team Records Top Rounds

Top 54-Hole Scores

Score_____Course_______________________________________ Event (Round) 272______Canebrake GC_______________ 2003 Southland Conference (3) 278______Virginia CC_______________2008 Del Walker Intercollegiate (1) 278______Virginia CC_______________2008 Del Walker Intercollegiate (2) 279______Canebrake GC_______________ 2003 Southland Conference (2) 280______Missouri Bluffs________________ 2003 Nestlé/Purina Classic (3) 280______Bear Ridge GC__________________ 2002 Baylor Invitational (2) 281______Oak Hills CC____________ 2001 UTSA Oak Hills Invitational (2) 281______NMSU GC___________ 2012 Herb Wimberley Intercollegiate (3) 282______Westwood CC_____________________ 2011 Rice Invitational (1) 282______Virginia CC_______________2005 Del Walker Intercollegiate (3) 282______Missouri Bluffs________________ 2003 Nestlé/Purina Classic (1) 282______USAF Blue Course______________ 2003 Air Force Invitational (1) 282______Barona Creek GC ________________ 2001 Aztec Invitational (3)

Score_____Course______________________________________________ Event 846______Missouri Bluffs GC_______________ 2003 Nestlé/Purina Classic 848______Canebrake GC__________________ 2003 Southland Conference 851______Barona Creek GC____________________ 2001 Aztec Invitational 852______Virginia CC__________________2008 Del Walker Intercollegiate 857______Virginia CC__________________2003 Del Walker Intercollegiate 859______Braeburn Course_____________ 2002 Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic 859______Eisenhower Blue____________________ 2003 Falcon Invitational 859______Palm Valley GC________________________ 2006 Pioneer Classic 860______Palm Valley GC_________________ 2007 Ron Moore Invitational 860______Virginia CC__________________2007 Del Walker Intercollegiate 860______NMSU GC_______________ 2012 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate

Individual Records Top Rounds Score__ 64____ 64____ 65____ 65____ 65____ 66____ 66____ 66____ 66____ 66____ 66____ 66____ 66____ 66____ 66____

Player__________________Course__________________ Event (Round) Luke Healy_________Barona Creek GC________2001 Aztec Inv. (3) Derek Steinbruck___ Tapatio Springs CC___1990 St. Mary’s Inv. (2) Nick Olivarri_________ Virginia CC_____ 2004 Del Walker Int. (1) John Elizondo________ Canebrake GC________ 2003 Southland (3) Gordon Wessels______Westbury CC_______ 1988 UC Ferguson (3) Ryan Werre__________Traditions GC________ 2011 Aggie Inv. (1) Ryan Werre_________ Westwood CC__________ 2011 Rice Int. (1) Simon Merry___________Chenal CC___________ 2007 UALR Inv. (1) John Elizondo________ Carambola GC___2005 St. Croix Classic (1) Mike Mezei_________ Canebrake GC________ 2003 Southland (3) Mike Mezei___________ USAF Blue________2003 Air Force Inv. (1) Gibby Martens________Braeburn GC________2002 Shocker Inv. (2) Danilo Crnomut______ Bear Ridge GC________ 2002 Baylor Inv. (2) Jeffrey Seibert_________Cimarron GC_______1993 UTPA Classic (2) Rob Anderson_____ Tapatio Springs CC___1990 St. Mary’s Inv. (2)

Top 36-Hole Scores Score__ 134___ 135___ 135___ 137___ 137___ 138___ 138___ 138___ 138___ 138___ 138___ 138___ 138___

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Player__________________Course_________________________ Event Gibby Martens________Braeburn GC___________2002 Shocker Inv. Kyle Collins___________ Virginia CC________ 2008 Del Walker Int. Thomas Kearney____ Comanche Trace___________2006 UTSA Inv. Mike Mezei___________ USAF Blue_____________ 2003 Falcon Inv. Magnus Dohlvik_______ Lubbock CC___________ 1997 Red Raider Phillip Hui____________ Virginia CC________ 2008 Del Walker Int. Thomas Kearney_______Chenal CC______________ 2007 UALR Inv. John Elizondo________ Deerwood CC___________ 2006 Southland John Elizondo________ Missouri Bluffs__2003 Nestlé/Purina Classic Gibby Martens_________ Laredo CC_______ 2002 Border Olympics Gibby Martens________ Oak Hills CC____ 2002 UTSA Oak Hills Inv. Gibby Martens______Barona Creek GC___________2001 Aztec Inv. Kurt Martin__________Lincoln Park GC___ 1985 Oklahoma City Inv.

Top 54-Hole Scores Score__ 203___ 207___ 207___ 207___ 208___ 209___ 209___ 209___ 210___ 210___ 210___ 210___ 210___

Player__________________Course_________________________ Event Gibby Martens________Braeburn GC___________2002 Shocker Inv. John Elizondo________ Missouri Bluffs__2003 Nestlé/Purina Classic Mike Mezei___________ USAF Blue___________2003 Air Force Inv. Gibby Martens_________ Laredo CC_______ 2002 Border Olympics Magnus Dohlvik_______ Lubbock CC________ 1997 Red Raider Inv. Thomas Kearney____ Comanche Trace___________2006 UTSA Inv. Mike Mezei_________ Missouri Bluffs__2003 Nestlé/Purina Classic Luke Healy____________ USAF Blue___________2001 Air Force Inv. Nick Olivarri_________ Virginia CC________ 2004 Del Walker Int. Mike Mezei__________ Virginia CC________ 2003 Del Walker Int. Michael Schaeffer_____ Virginia CC________ 2003 Del Walker Int. John Elizondo________ Canebrake GC___________ 2003 Southland Gibby Martens________ Alvamar CC___________ 2000 Kansas Inv.

Sub-70 Rounds No.______Player______________________________________________ Years 13_______Gibby Martens___________________________________1999-02 11_______John Elizondo____________________________________2003-06 8________Thomas Kearney__________________________________2006-08 8________Kyle Collins______________________________________2006-09 6________Mike Mezei______________________________________2003-04 6________Shane Costelloe___________________________________2005-08 5________Luke Healy_______________________________________2001-04 5________Ryan Werre_______________________________________ 2011-P 4________Matt Johnston_____________________________________2004-07 3________Emiliano Martinez_________________________________2007-10 3________Kitt Thabungkan__________________________________2004-07 3________Johan Edfors______________________________________1995-96 3________Steve Ward______________________________________1994-95

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UTSA O a k H i l l s I n v i tat i o n a l R e c o r d s Team Champions

Top Team Scores (54 Holes)

Year______Team_______________________________________________ Score 2000_____Baylor_____________________________283-283-295—861 (+9) 2001_____Texas Tech_________________________285-287-281—853 (+1) 2002_____Wichita State_____________________ 295-284-303—882 (+30) 2003_____Texas Tech____________________________________ 300 (+16)* 2004_____Kansas____________________________285-289-282—856 (+4) 2005_____Kansas____________________________284-292-284—860 (+8) 2006_____Baylor_____________________________290-283-282—855 (+3) 2007_____Sam Houston State________________ 295-295-275—865 (+13) 2008_____Mississippi State__________________ 292-275-297—864 (+12) 2009_____Texas Tech________________________ 277-266-281—824 (-28) 2010_____Texas Tech_______________________ 299-283-293—875 (+23) 2011_____Texas Tech________________________ 273-277-287—837 (-15) 2012_____Texas Tech_________________________290-287-282—859 (+7)

Score_________ Team____________________________________________Year 824 (-28)_____ Texas Tech______________________________________2009 837 (-15)_____ Texas Tech______________________________________2011 844 (-8)______ UT Arlington____________________________________2009 849 (-3)______ Oklahoma______________________________________2011 850 (-2)______ North Texas_____________________________________2011 853 (+1)______ Texas Tech______________________________________2001 855 (+3)______ Baylor_________________________________________2006 855 (+3)______ Tulsa___________________________________________2011 856 (+4)______ Kansas_________________________________________2004 859 (+7)______ Texas Tech______________________________________2012 860 (+8)______ Kansas_________________________________________2005 860 (+8)______ Texas State_____________________________________2009

* 2003 second and third rounds canceled

Individual Champions Year______Individual, Team_____________________________________ Score 2000_____Craig Lile, Arkansas_____________________ 69-72-68—209 (-4) 2001_____Craig Lile, Arkansas_____________________ 71-68-68—207 (-6) _________Luke Main, UT Arlington__________________ 70-68-69—207 (-6) 2002_____Jason Novascone, Wichita State_________ 70-70-77—217 (+4) 2003_____Zach Atkinson, North Texas_________________________72 (+1)* 2004_____Ryan Baca, Baylor______________________ 72-70-67—209 (-4) 2005_____Jeremy Alcorn, Baylor____________________ 65-75-70—210 (-3) 2006_____Ryan Baca, Baylor_____________________64-67--68—199 (-14) 2007_____Matt Miller, Illinois State__________________ 72-69-67—208 (-5) 2008_____Noah Goldman, Mississippi State_________ 73-64-75—212 (-1) 2009_____Chris Ward, Texas Tech_________________ 65-66-71—202 (-11) 2010_____Philipp Westermann, Southeastern La.______ 71-71-69—211 (-2) 2011_____Nils Floren, Texas Tech___________________ 69-71-68—208 (-5) 2012_____Joakim Mikkelsen, Baylor_________________ 71-71-68—210 (-3) * 2003 second and third rounds canceled

Top Team Rounds Score_________ Team_____________________________________Year (Round) 266 (-18)_____ Texas Tech___________________________________2009 (2) 273 (-11)_____ Texas Tech___________________________________2011 (1) 275 (-9)______ Sam Houston State____________________________2007 (3) 275 (-9)______ Mississippi State______________________________2008 (2) 276 (-8)______ North Texas__________________________________2011 (1) 277 (-7)______ Texas Tech___________________________________2009 (1) 277 (-7)______ Tulsa________________________________________2011 (1) 277 (-7)______ Texas Tech___________________________________2011 (2) 278 (-6)______ Baylor______________________________________2005 (1) 279 (-5)______ UT Arlington_________________________________2001 (1) 279 (-5)______ Texas State__________________________________2009 (1)

The UTSA Oak Hills Invitational is contested annually at historic Oak Hills Country Club in San Antonio.

Top Individual Rounds Score_________ Individual, Team___________________________Year (Round) 63 (-8)________ Shad Muth, UT Arlington______________________2001 (1) 64 (-7)________ Ryan Baca, Baylor____________________________2006 (1) 64 (-7)________ Noah Goldman, Mississippi State_______________2008 (2) 65 (-6)________ Jeremy Alcorn, Baylor_________________________2005 (1) 65 (-6)________ Chris Ward, Texas Tech________________________2009 (1) 65 (-6)________ Bobby Massa, UT Arlington____________________2009 (2) 65 (-6)________ Ty Spinella, North Texas_______________________2011 (2) 66 (-5)________ Bret Lederer, Long Beach State__________________2004 (3) 66 (-5)________ Scooter Jefferson, Sam Houston State____________2007 (3) 66 (-5)________ Tom Whitney, Air Force________________________2008 (3) 66 (-5)________ Corey Roberson, Texas State___________________2009 (1) 66 (-5)________ Nils Floren, Texas Tech________________________2009 (2) 66 (-5)________ Santiago Rivas, Texas Tech_____________________2009 (2) 66 (-5)________ Chris Ward, Texas Tech________________________2009 (2) 66 (-5)________ Riley Pumphrey, Oklahoma_____________________2011 (1) 66 (-5)________ Ben Klaus, Oklahoma_________________________2011 (2) 66 (-5)________ Tyler Weworski, Texas Tech____________________2010 (2) 66 (-5)________ Clement Sordet, Texas Tech____________________2012 (3) 66 (-5)________ Scott Fernandez, Iowa State____________________2012 (2)

Top Individual Scores (54 Holes) Score_________ Individual, Team__________________________________Year 199 (-14)_____ Ryan Baca, Baylor_______________________________2006 202 (-11)_____ Chris Ward, Texas Tech___________________________2009 205 (-8)______ Nils Floren, Texas Tech___________________________2009 207 (-6)______ Craig Lile, Arkansas_____________________________2001 207 (-6)______ Luke Main, UT Arlington__________________________2001 208 (-5)______ Kyle Willmann, Texas Tech________________________2001 208 (-5)______ Matt Miller, Illinois State__________________________2007 208 (-5)______ Nils Floren, Texas Tech___________________________2011 209 (-4)______ Craig Lile, Arkansas_____________________________2000 209 (-4)______ Ryan Baca, Baylor_______________________________2004 209 (-4)______ Ben Klaus, Oklahoma____________________________2011 NOTE: Former tournament names include UTSA Oak Hills Classic, UTSA Intercollegiate and Roadrunner Intercollegiate

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L o n e S ta r I n v i tat i o n a l R e c o r d s Team Champions

Top Individual Rounds

Year______Team_______________________________________________ Score

Score_________ Individual, Team___________________________Year (Round)

2009_____Texas A&M________________________ 286-280-282—848 (-16)

64 (-8)________ John Hurley, Texas A&M_______________________2009 (2)

2010_____UT Arlington________________________ 291-278-286—855 (-9)

64 (-8)________ Jon Catlin New Mexico________________________2011 (1)

2011_____New Mexico_______________________ 274-286-301—861 (-3)

65 (-7)________ Cameron Peck, Texas A&M____________________2011 (2)

2012_____Houston___________________________298-293-275—866 (+2)

66 (-6)________ Zack Fischer, UT Arlington_____________________2009 (2)

Individual Champions

66 (-6)________ Roman Robledo, Houston______________________2011 (1) 66 (-6)________ Joakim Mikkelsen Baylor_______________________2011 (1)

Year______Individual, Team_____________________________________ Score

67 (-5)________ Kelly Kraft, SMU______________________________2009 (1)

2009_____John Hurley, Texas A&M________________ 71-64-71—206 (-10)

67 (-5)________ Chris Walker, Notre Dame_____________________2010 (2)

2010_____Carlos Ortiz, North Texas________________ 71-73-67—211 (-5)

67 (-5)________ Carlos Ortiz, North Texas______________________2010 (3)

2011_____Jeff Wibawa, Rice_______________________ 70-67-72—209 (-7)

67 (-5)________ Tom Moore, Texas State_______________________2010 (2)

2012_____Rodolfo Cazaubon, North Texas___________ 68-70-74—212 (-4)

67 (-5)________ Roman Robledo, Houston______________________2011 (2)

Top Team Rounds Score_________ Team_____________________________________Year (Round)

67 (-5)________ Jeff Wibawa, Rice____________________________2011 (2) 67 (-5)________ Jesse Droemer, Houston________________________2012 (3)

274 (-14)_____ New Mexico_________________________________2011 (1)

Top Individual Scores (54 Holes)

275 (-13)_____ Houston_____________________________________2012 (3)

Score_________ Individual, Team__________________________________Year

276 (-12)_____ Texas A&M__________________________________2011 (2)

206 (-10)_____ John Hurley, Texas A&M__________________________2009

278 (-10)_____ UT Arlington_________________________________2010 (2)

207 (-9)______ Dylan Frittelli, Texas______________________________2009

279 (-9)______ Houston_____________________________________2011 (1)

208 (-8)______ Cody Gribble, Texas_____________________________2009

280 (-8)______ Texas A&M__________________________________2009 (2)

209 (-7)______ Jeff Wibawa, Rice_______________________________2011

280 (-8)______ Notre Dame_________________________________2010 (2)

210 (-6)______ Payne Gniewek, Baylor___________________________2009

281 (-7)______ North Texas__________________________________2011 (2)

210 (-6)______ Kelly Kraft, SMU_________________________________2009

281 (-7)______ Arizona_____________________________________2011 (1)

210 (-6)______ Andrea Pavan, Texas A&M_______________________2009

282 (-6)______ Texas A&M__________________________________2009 (3)

210 (-6)______ Joakim Mikkelsen, Baylor_________________________2011

282 (-6)______ Texas_______________________________________2009 (3)

211 (-5)______ Ben Tewes, SMU_________________________________2009

Top Team Scores (54 Holes)

211 (-5)______ Carlos Ortiz, North Texas_________________________2010

Score_________ Team____________________________________________Year 848 (-16)_____ Texas A&M_____________________________________2009 855 (-9)______ UT Arlington____________________________________2010 858 (-6)______ Texas__________________________________________2009 861 (-3)______ New Mexico____________________________________2011 862 (-2)______ Notre Dame____________________________________2010 863 (-1)______ North Texas_____________________________________2010 866 (+2)______ Houston________________________________________2012 868 (+4)______ SMU___________________________________________2009 869 (+5)______ Texas A&M_____________________________________2011 869 (+5)______ North Texas_____________________________________2011 870 (+6)______ Texas State_____________________________________2010 870 (+6)______ Texas State_____________________________________2011 870 (+6)______ North Texas_____________________________________2012 The 2012 Lone Star Invitational was held at Hill Country Golf Club.

The Lone Star Invitational is contested annually at Briggs Ranch Golf Club in San Antonio.

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All-Time Letterwinners Brett Alexander___________________ 1984

Mitchell Griffin___________________2010-P

Brad Rodgers _________________ 1991-92

Quint Alexander__________________ 1984

Ryan Hardgrave __________________ 2003

Rick Sanchez ____________________ 1983

Rob Anderson_________________ 1989-90

John Hays ____________________ 1994-95

Jorge Sandoval ___________________ 1988

Shawn Angel ____________________ 1983

Luke Healy ___________________ 2001-04

Michael Schaeffer _____________ 2001-03

Jim Aycock ______________________ 1983

Lane Heginbotham ________________ 1989

Jimmy Schnurr ____________________ 1991

Derek Bartlett ____________________ 1997

Howard Herring __________________ 1996

Jeffery Seibert _________________ 1994-95

Xabier BasaĂąez__________________2011-P

Steve Hresko __________________ 1985-86

John Sewall ___________________ 1994-97

Bill Bell __________________________ 1987

Phillip Hui_____________________ 2007-08

Sam Sinclair __________________ 1994-95

Chris Benestante _______________ 1998-99

Zach Hugos __________________ 1994-95

Jason Smith ______________________ 1989

Martin Board____________________2011-P

David Hullett __________________ 1991-92

Shawn Smith __________________ 1992-93

Jeff Bopp _____________________ 2002-03

Andrew Hutchins _________________ 1999

Christian Snethkamp ___________ 1992-93

Chris Brauner _________________ 1989-90

Isaac Idstein___________________ 2008-10

Austin Struble__________________ 2010-11

Larry Bryan ___________________ 1988-89

Randy Jones ________________1997-2000

Reed Stegall_____________________2011-P

Sean Burch____________________ 2005-08

Mikael Johnson ________________ 1991-92

Derek Steinbruck ______________ 1990-92

Peter Burns ___________________ 1998-99

Matt Johnston__________________ 2004-07

Kitt Thabungkan_______________ 2004-07

Jerry Carnahan _______________ 2000-02

Danny Kloza __________________ 1985-86

Stanton Tondre___________________2011-P

Joe Caruso ___________________ 1984-85

Thomas Kearney_______________ 2006-08

Hector Trevino ________________ 1989-90

Jorge Cerda _____________________ 1988

Ryan Kiel_____________________ 2009-10

Mike Tucker ___________________ 1986-87

Chris Chapa ________________1999-2000

Taylor Koser_____________________2010-P

Lars Ulfvengren ________________ 1995-98

Rick Chevalier ___________________ 1986

Philipp Krohn__________________ 2005-08

Roland Villarreal _________________ 2003

Lewis Chong__________________ 2008-11

Jeff Linnstaedter __________________ 1988

Scotty Wade __________________ 1997-98

Chris Clark ______________________ 1990

Chuck Lyon ___________________ 1992-93

Billy Walsh ______________________ 1993

Ray Cole ________________________ 1987

Keith McRee __________________ 1998-99

Steve Ward ___________________ 1994-95

Kyle Collins___________________ 2006-09

Gibby Martens ______________1999-2002

Court Watson _______________1999-2002

Michael Connell _______________ 1994-95

Emiliano Martinez______________ 2007-10

Christopher Weil _________________ 2002

Shane Costelloe________________ 2005-08

Kurt Martin ___________________ 1985-88

Ryan Werre_____________________2011-P

Danilo Crnomut_______________ 2002-03

Tim Martin____________________ 2004-06

Gordon Wessels _______________ 1989-90

Ryan Cromwell ________________ 2003-04

Robert May ______________________ 1983

Cade White __________________ 1990-91

Keith Cunningham ________________ 1988

Vicente Mayo ____________________ 2000

Zen Wiebe ______________________ 2000

Stuart Curren ____________________ 1994

Simon Merry__________________ 2007-08

Brett Wilder ________________1999-2000

M. Jason Daly ____________________ 1994

Mike Mezei ___________________ 2003-04

Payne Wilkie__________________ 2009-11

Eddie DeVane____________________ 2011

Nick Milanovich __________________ 1983

Mark Wilson _____________________ 1998

Charles Dixon _______________1997-2000

Allan Mireault ____________________ 1984

Clint Winn _______________________ 1992

Nicko Dodd_____________________2010-P

Lance Mullins _________________ 1991-93

Stoney Womack _______________ 1994-95

Magnus Dohlvik _____________1997-2000

Jimmy Muse ________________1997-2000

Masashi Yamada _________________ 1999

Johan Edfors __________________ 1995-96

Jay New _____________________ 1997-99

John Elizondo_________________ 2003-06

Chad Norris _____________________ 1993

Mike Flaherty ____________________ 1986

Bryan Novoa ____________________ 1993

Michael Flanagan_________________ 1991

Nick Olivarri__________________ 2005-08

Mike Flanigan ___________________ 1988

Bryan Parker __________________ 1990-91

Thomas Fowler ________________ 1995-96

David Petry ___________________ 1988-89

Mike Givilancz ________________ 2001-02

Duffy Pugh _______________________ 2003

Mike Gorski _____________________ 1984

Rene Rangel __________________ 1985-86

David Graves ____________________ 1995

Tom Relf _________________________ 1988

Paul Griff ________________________ 1994

Daniel Richards __________________ 1995

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Roadrunners In The Pros

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Kyle Collins

Magnus Dohlvik

Johan Edfors

John Elizondo

Phillip Hui

Matt Johnston

Thomas Kearney

Ryan Kiel

Gibby Martens

Emiliano Martinez

Mike Mezei

Bryan Novoa

David Petry

Tom Relf

Kitt Thabungkan

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2012-13 UTSA Men's Golf Media Guide  

2012-13 UTSA Men's Golf Media Guide

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