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2012-13 UTSA Women’s Golf Guide

Back-to-Back Southland Conference Champions


Table of Contents 2012-13 Roadrunners Info_______ 2-4 UTSA________________________ 5-23 San Antonio_________________24-28 Meet the Roadrunners_________29-40 Meet the Coaches_____________41-46 Home Courses_______________47-50 History & Records____________51-65


2012-13 Roadrunners

Sitting (l to r): Paola Valerio, Head Coach Carrie Parnaby, Assistant Coach Ian Parnaby, Fabiola Arriaga. Standing (l to r): Allie Johnston, Brogan Townend, Taylor Newlin, Chelsea Bretcher.

Roster Name______________ Fabiola Arriaga_______ Chelsea Bretcher______ Allie Johnston_________ Taylor Newlin_________ Brogan Townend______ Paola Valerio_________

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Ht.____ Yr.-Exp. ___________________Hometown/Last School 5-6______ Jr.-2L_____________ Torreon, Mexico/Colegio Los Angeles 5-7______ Jr.-2L_____________________ Austin, Texas/Lake Travis HS 5-7______ Fr.-HS______________ Castle Rock, Colo./Rock Canyon HS 5-8______ Jr.-2L______________________Frisco, Texas/Wakeland HS 5-9______ Fr.-HS_______________Blackburn, England/Clitheroe Royal 5-5______ Sr.-3L_____ Mexico City, Mexico/Thomas Jefferson Institute

Bretcher

Johnston

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Townend

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Valerio


Quick Facts Location_____________________ San Antonio, Texas Enrollment____________________________ 31,114 Founded_______________________________ 1969 Nickname________________________ Roadrunners Colors_______ Navy Blue (289), Orange (1665) and White Conference_________________________ Southland Affiliation_____________________ NCAA Division I President_____________________ Dr. Ricardo Romo Athletics Director___________________Lynn Hickey Head Coach_______ Carrie Parnaby (Tennessee, ’03) Years at UTSA______________________Fifth Season E-mail__________________carrie.parnaby@utsa.edu Assistant Coach_______ Ian Parnaby (Tennessee, ’04) E-mail____________________ ian.parnaby@utsa.edu Dir. of Golf Development_____ Bill Rogers (Houston, ’73) E-mail_________________________ bill.rogers@utsa.edu Golf Office Phone______________(210) 458-4814

First Season for Women’s Golf_____________ 2005 All-Time Tournament Championships____________7 Southland Championships_____________________2 NCAA Regional Appearances (last)______ 2 (2012) Letterwinners Returning/Lost________________ 4/3 Newcomers_________________________________2 Women’s Golf Contact__________ Jordan Korphage Office Phone___________________(210) 458-4930 E-Mail_______________ jordan.korphage@utsa.edu Sports Information Fax__________(210) 458-4569 Mailing Address_________ UTSA Sports Information ____________________________ One UTSA Circle ____________________San Antonio, Texas, 78249

Schedule Fall Dates Event Location/Result Sept. 17-18_____________________ Dale McNamara Invitational__________ Tulsa, Okla./12th of 15 Sept. 24-26___________________ Golfweek Conference Challenge_______ Wolcott, Colo./7th of 18 Oct. 12-14_____________________ Suzie Maxwell Berning Classic_______ Knoxville, Tenn/6th of 16 Oct. 28-30____________________ The Alamo Invitational___ San Antonio, Texas/t-3rd of 15 Spring Date Event Location Feb. 15-17_________________________ Mash Up Invitational___________________ Tallahassee, Fla. Feb. 24-26____________________ Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate_____________ New Orleans, La. March 15-17_________________ Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate________________Augusta, Ga. April 5-7____________________ SMU/Dallas Athletic Club Invitational_______________ Dallas, Texas April 22-24_______________Western Athletic Conference Championship______________ Mesa, Ariz. May 9-11____________________________ NCAA Regional_______________________________ TBA May 21-24_________________________ NCAA Championship_______________________ Athens, Ga.

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Media Information/goUTSA.com Media Coverage The UTSA Sports Information office assists members of the media with their coverage of all Roadrunners sports by providing player and coach interviews, feature ideas, pregame notes and updated statistics. In addition to the 2012-13 women’s golf media guide, media members may check UTSA’s official athletics Web site goUTSA.com for the latest information on all of the department’s 17 sports. Interviews All interviews with coaches and student-athletes must be arranged at least 24 hours in advance by contacting women’s golf Assistant Athletics Communications Director J o r d a n K o r p h a g e . Te l e p h o n e interviews are available to the media on a “call-back” basis at a time that is convenient for the coach or studentathlete. Media Services Media members are encouraged to contact the UTSA Sports Information Office for photography and media credentials at least 24 hours before a home match. Practices UTSA welcomes all media to attend golf practices during the season. Please call the Sports Information Office for practice times and interview requests. In most cases, coaches and student-athletes are available before and after practice. Internet Fans and media members can keep up with the latest information on all 17 UTSA sports on the official Web site for Roadrunners Athletics at goUTSA. com. You will find match recaps, box scores, updated statistics, weekly notes, player and coach biographies, schedules, rosters, archives, and photos.

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For the latest information on all of UTSA’s 17 sports, log on to goUTSA.com. There, you can find game recaps, box scores, updated statistics, weekly notes, player and coach biographies, schedules, rosters, photos and archives. For just $5.95 a month or $49.95 a year, Rowdy Zone premium subscribers have access to live audio for selected volleyball, basketball, baseball and softball games, live video streaming for most home volleyball and basketball games, interviews with coaches and student-athletes, video-highlights and much more. San Antonio Express-News Phone: 210/250-3373 Email: sports@express-news.net The Paisano Phone: 210/690-9301 Email: sports@paisano-online.com KABB (FOX TV) P: 210/442-6304 • F: 210-442-6333

Jordan Korphage Assistant Athletics Communications Director Office: 210/459-4930 Cell: 210/501-4006 Fax: 210/458-4569 Email: jordan.korphage@utsa.edu

KENS (CBS TV) P: 210/366-5001 • F: 210/377-8757 KSAT (ABC TV) P: 210/351-1270 • 210/351-1310 KWEX (UNVISION TV) P: 210/227-4141 • F: 210/226-0131 WOAI (NBC TV) P: 210/223-4742 • F: 210/476-1088

The 2011-12 UTSA Women’s Golf Guide was designed, written and edited by Assistant Athetics Communications Director Jordan Korphage with editorial assistance by Assistant Athletics Communications Director Tony Baldwin. Photography by: Alamo Bowl, Alamodome, Bryan Bullon, Ross Davis, Patrick Dunn, Jeff Huehn, Mark McClendon, Dave Taylor, San Antonio Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, Schlitterbahn and Waterpark Resort.

2012-13 UTSA Women’s Golf Guide


UTSA 2011, 2012 Southland Conference Champions


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 three campuses: Main Campus, Downtown Campus and Hemisfair Park Campus. With nearly 31,000 students enrolled in 134 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, UTSA is the third-largest component in The University of Texas System and has been one of the state’s fastest-growing public universities for much of the last decade. UTSA listed an enrollment of 30,395 (25,893 undergraduates) for 2009-10, making it the sixthlargest school in the state of Texas. UTSA offers 63 bachelor’s, 49 master’s and 22 doctoral degree programs in the colleges of Architecture, Business, Education and Human Development, Engineering, Honors, Liberal and Fine Arts, Public Policy, Sciences and in the Graduate School.

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

The university’s three 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. 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 615 budgeted tenure/ tenure-track faculty positions. Ninety-eight percent of full-time faculty hold doctorates or equivalent terminal degrees. UTSA has a total of 36 endowed academic positions, a measure of academic excellence. They include 14 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 2009 totaled $69 million, with $20 million or 29 percent designated or obtained from historically underutilized business (HUB) vendors. Sources: UTSA Public Affairs Office

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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 The Biotechnology, Sciences and Engineering Building is one of the largest and most sophisticated science facilities at any institution of higher education in Texas.

MI S S I O N S TAT 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 $48.6 million in 2010, a 50 percent increase from the previous year.

UTSA has plans for $110.8 million in construction over the next two years.

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CAMPUS LIFE 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 fourbedroom suites with cable television, high speed Internet and kitchenettes, study rooms, a computer lab, a swimming pool and basketball courts.

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Roadrunner CafĂŠ Commons

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 state-of-the-art 300,000 squarefoot 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.

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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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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 Academic Services M i ss 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.

A c a d e m i c S u c c e ss 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 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, two large conference rooms, a classroom, computer lab and office space for the Academic Services staff.

C OLIN H OW LE T T A ss o c i a t e AD / Academic Services Colin Howlett is in his second 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.

SHAWN WORTHEN

EMILY PATTON

BEN WEGEMER

BILL HICKEY

A s s i s ta n t AD/ A c ad e m i c S e r v i c e s

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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 UT SA S t u de n t -At hletes to C a re e r De 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 Web site, utsa.edu/careercenter, contains full-time professional, internship, co-op, work-study and part-time 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. TEN QUALITIES OF TEAM PLAYERS • 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.

S T E FA N I E CISNEROS Student-Athlete Career Counselor Stefanie Cisneros is in her fourth year as career counselor for all UTSA student-athletes and her 11th 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 s s o c i at e A.D./ Athletic Medicine

A s s o c i at e H e ad Athletic Trainer

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

ROB LAMB

MEGHAN McCAFFREY

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

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

Student Trainers Juan Brionnes, David Cammack, Raquel De La Garza, Andrea Dunn, Kathryn Evans, Symone Irorhe, Mandy Izzary, Kyle Kratzenberg, Laura Larrumbide, Nia LeBlanc, Stefani Marion, Shantel Nemeth, Yomi Sanchez, Heather Schlomisky, Marcus Stallings. Team Physicians Richard Holcomb, Medical Director; David Schmidt, Orthopedic Consultant; Jaime Garza and Timothy Palomera, Consulting Physicians

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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 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 mission of the UTSA Strength & Conditioning staff is the improvement of athletic performance. This is done through structured programs of lifting and conditioning and the prevention/reduction of athletic injuries. Utilizing a variety of techniques ranging from Olympic lifts and core work to sports-specific lifts, we strive for a continual improvement in strength, power, speed, agility and flexibility. Through scientifically-based and researched-backed developed programs, we attempt to maximize an individual’s and teams’ performance.

CHARLIE DUDLEY DERRICK JENKINS Director

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TRAVIS REUST A s s o c i at e 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.

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.

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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

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A N E W H OME

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 will move 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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BUILDING CHAMPIONS 2010-11 UTSA A ccomplishments • Southland Conference Commissioner’s Cup • Southland Conference Women’s All-Sports Trophy

UTSA captured the 2010-11 Southland Conference Commissioner’s Cup — its second in the past four years — and the Women’s All-Sports Trophy.

• School-record five conference championships (men’s basketball, women’s golf, soccer, men’s indoor track & field, volleyball) • Four team NCAA postseason appearances (men’s basketball, women’s golf, soccer, volleyball) • First-ever NCAA postseason victory (men’s basketball defeated Alabama State, 70-61, in first round) • Received and accepted an invitation to join the WAC in 2012 • School-record 131 student-athletes named to Southland Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll • 83 All-Southland Conference honorees • Two Southland Conference Student-Athletes of the Year (Devin Gibson, men’s basketball; Tyler Brown, men’s tennis) • 14 Southland Conference All-Academic Team selections

The men’s basketball team defeated top seed McNeese State, 75-72, to capture the 2011 Southland Conference Tournament crown.

The women’s golf squad claimed the six-year-old program’s first Southland Conference title with a sevenshot victory at the 2011 league tournament.

The soccer team upended top seed Southeastern Louisiana, 1-0, in overtime to win its first Southland Conference Tournament Championship.

The men’s track & field team captured its sixth straight Southland Conference Indoor Championship, matching Lamar’s 26-year-old league record.

The volleyball squad upset No. 1 seed Central Arkansas in five sets to win the 2010 Southland Conference Tournament.

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Dr. Ricardo Romo U niversity P resident (Texas • 1967)

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icardo Romo became the fifth president of The University of Texas at San Antonio in May 1999. As President, he leads one of the fastest-growing institutions of higher education in Texas and the nation. UTSA, under his leadership, is now poised to become the state’s next premier research university. President Romo has led strategic efforts to enhance both access to education and excellence in scholarship and service at the University. During President Romo’s tenure, UTSA’s enrollment has grown 53%, and the University has added numerous programs and facilities to enhance student life. The number of doctoral degree programs has increased from three to 21. He also has implemented new student support programs designed to help students succeed at earning a university degree. The number of advisers has tripled, and UTSA, with nearly 29,000 students in 2009, is recognized as a leader in “Closing the Gaps,” a statewide initiative by the Legislature to enroll more Texans in higher education. A native of San Antonio’s West Side, President Romo graduated from Fox Tech High School and attended The University of Texas at Austin on a track scholarship. He served as captain of the track and cross-country team and earned All-American honors in 1966. Romo was the first Texan to run the mile in less than four minutes, and his mile record lasted 41 years. He earned a B.S. degree in education (1967), a master’s degree in history from Loyola Marymount University (1970) and a Ph.D. in history from UCLA (1975). A nationally respected urban historian, Romo is the author of “East Los Angeles: History of a Barrio,” which is now in its ninth printing (one in Spanish). Romo began his career as a social studies coordinator in the Los Angeles public schools in 1967. He taught as an assistant professor at California State University at Northridge (1970-1973) then at UC San Diego (1973-1980). In 1980, he returned to UT Austin to teach history. Prior to joining UTSA, Romo served at UT Austin as Vice Provost for

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Members of the 2001 San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame Class from left to right: Robert Quiroga, Rudy Davalos, Nelson Wolff and Dr. Ricardo Romo Undergraduate Education (1993-1999). Romo serves on nearly 20 boards, many of them in San Antonio. He is active on several museum boards and is especially proud of his work with the United Way. In December 2004, Secretary of State Colin Powell appointed Romo as a U.S. representative to the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization. In January 2005, Romo was appointed to the board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, San Antonio branch, and was reappointed in 2007. He was elected chairman of the board for the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (the largest U.S. Hispanic Chamber organization) for 2006. In 2007, Governor Rick Perry appointed Romo to serve on the Commission for College Ready Texas. Romo has received many honors during his academic career. In 2006, Romo was honored by the UT Austin Friar Society as Outstanding Friar Alumnus. In November 2007, he was recognized with the Isabel la Catolica award, the highest award given to non-Spanish subjects, bestowed upon him by King Juan Carlos of Spain. In October 2008, Romo received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Texas Exes Alumni Association. President Romo is married to Dr. Harriett Romo, a Professor of Sociology at UTSA. She also serves as Director of UTSA’s Mexico Center and the Bank of America Child and Adolescent Policy Research Institute (CAPRI). They have one 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 presently teaches at Texas State University.


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ynn 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 the last 11 years, UTSA has claimed three Southland Conference all-sports championships while consistently winning both team and individual awards in all 17 sports sponsored by the university. 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. 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 and 2010 Women’s Final Four. It will serve as host for the 2011 Men’s Basketball Southwest Regional and 2011 Women’s Volleyball Championship. When the calendar is turned to 2012, UTSA will have hosted 14 NCAA Championship events in a 15-year period. 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 19992003. Hickey has been honored nationally 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 (NACDA)/ GeneralSports TURF Systems Division I-AAA

West Region AD of the Year (ADOY). She also was selected to and completed the Masters Leadership Program of San Antonio and Bexar County. “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 athletic 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 Conference from 2002-04 and as the SLC’s representative to the NCAA Championship/Competition Cabinet. “It has been an exciting time,” said Hickey, who served on the Women’s Basketball Rules Committee from 2003-06, the last two as Chair. “We have made some good strides to bring the program to prominence nationally. San Antonio is an outstanding city and is a tremendous asset to the unlimited potential of the UTSA athletics program.” Hired by UTSA in October 1999, Hickey came to San Antonio from Texas A&M University, where she served as senior associate athletic director/senior woman administrator since 1994. 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 lowest-seeded 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 athletic 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 NCAA 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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About San Antonio

The Alamo

San Antonio has a population of approximately 1.3 million, making it the nation’s seventh-largest city. San Antonio was the third-fastest growing city in the country in 2009. 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 (1), The River Walk (6), SeaWorld® San Antonio (8) and Six Flags® Fiesta Texas® (15). 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 14,282 acres of parks and 114 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 four professional sports franchises: the four-time NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs, the WNBA’s Silver Stars, the American Hockey League’s Rampage and the San Diego Padres’ Double-A affiliate Missions. 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 & Visitor’s Bureau

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Tower of the

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Alamodome

SeaWorld Six Flags F i e s ta T e x a s

SA N ANTONI O The River Walk

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SAN ANTONIO A D E S T I N AT I O N C I T Y It’s easy to see why more than 26 million people visit San Antonio each year. With 300 days of sunshine annually and an average temperature of 70 degrees, the nation’s seventhlargest city is an ideal destination year round. The Alamo City boasts some of the state’s most visited attractions: The Alamo (1), The River Walk (6), SeaWorld® San Antonio (8) and Six Flags® Fiesta Texas® (15).

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

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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 student-athletes; 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 studentathlete 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 prohibition remains in effect even after the prospect signs a national letter-of-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 oncampus athletics event in which the university’s team is competing and (b) transportation to view off-campus 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

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Roadrunners


Paola Valerio

5-5 • Senior Thomas Jefferson Institute • Mexico City, Mexico 2011 Southland Golfer of the Year 2010, 2011 All-Southland First Team 2012 All-Southland Second Team 2011 Capital One Academic All-District VI 2011 Southland All-Academic Team

Career Bests Round: 66, 2010 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship 54-hole Score: 212, 2010 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship Finish: 1st, 2010 Husky Invitational As a senior: Played in all four tournaments in the fall and round total of 235 at the Baylor Spring Invitational … closed recorded a 75.33 stroke average ... best finish (t-22nd), low out the season on a high note with a sixth place showing at the round (71) and low 54-hole score (218) came at The Alamo conference championship with a career-best 220 (77-70-73). Invitational. Prior to UTSA: Ranked No. 1 by the Mexico Golf Federation As a junior: Earned second-team All-Southland honors after in 2008 and 2009 … a member of the Mexican National Junior recording a 77.06 stroke average … was one of four players Team … was awarded Best Athlete Award in 2009… tied for to compete in all 11 tournaments … best finish came at the 21st at the Thunderbird Tournament with a 77-78-73—228 … Islanders Classic, where she carded a 226 (73-78-75) to tie for posted a top-10 showing (T-10) with a scorecard of 72-79-76fourth place … low 54-hole score was a 221 (76-71-74) to help 78—305 at the Optimist International Junior Golf Championship UTSA to its first of four tournament titles on the campaign … … has competed in the Junior World Championship the last her low round of 70 came in the final 18-holes of the Golfweek three seasons (2006-08) and her best outing was 23rd place with scores of 77-75-76-79—307 … placed third at the 2008 Conference Challenge … carded 56 birdies on the season. AJGA Maykoba Junior Golf Classic … finished 13th at the As a sophomore: Named Southland Conference Golfer of 2008 Doral Publix Junior Golf Classic with rounds of 74, 73 the Year after leading the circuit and setting a school-record and 82 (229) … had a ninth-place showing (79-75-78—232) with a 75.25 stroke average ... one of three players to appear at the Doral Publix Junior in 2007. in all 11 tournaments ... became the first player in program history to earn first-team all-conference honors twice ... earned Amateur: Represented her native Mexico at the 2011 World Capital One Academic All-District VI honors and was named University Games and shot a 308 (76-79-75-78) to tie for to the Southland All-Academic Team ... set a school record 35th ... fired a 293 (72-69-77-75) to tie for 40th at the 2010 with a final round 66 and 54-hole score of 212 (74-72-66) Women’s World Amateur Championship. at the Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship ... that round helped UTSA set team records for a single-round (287) and 54- Personal: Full name is Paola Valerio Valeria Mercado … hole score (886) ... recorded five top-10 finishes with her best born on Aug. 18, 1990, in Mexico City, Mexico … daughter coming at the Islander Classic when she tied for second with a of Ricardo and Elsie Valerio … has one brother, Ricardo … 220 (73-73-74) ... tied for fifth at the Southland Championship majoring in business. and was UTSA’s highest finisher at the NCAA West Regional (t63rd/78-78-78—234). As a freshman: Named first-team All-Southland and led the team with a 75.73 stroke average during her rookie campaign … notched her first career individual win at the Husky Invitational … posted a pair of under-par rounds, including a career-best 68 in the first frame of the UCF Challenge … played in five of the six spring tournaments … made her Roadrunner debut with a four-under-par 68 in the first round of the UCF Challenge and finished tied for 17th with a two-day tally of 226 … carded a pair of 76s and 79 (231) at the Northern Migration Invitational … won the individual crown after shooting a 76-73-75—224 at the Husky Invitational … finished tied for 23rd with a three-

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Fall 2012 t62 Dale McNamara Invitational t32 Golfweek Conference Challenge t32 Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate t22 The Alamo Invitational

Valerio on the course 78-79-79—236 73-75-78—226 72-72-80—224 71-73-74—218

Spring 2012 t76 UCF Challenge 78-77-78—233 t4 Islanders Classic 73-78-75—226 t22 Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate 73-78-73—228 t28 Anuenue Spring Break Classic 79-76-76—231 t18 Southland Conference Championship 77-79-82—238 t99 NCAA Central Regional 80-81-82—243 Fall 2011 t30 Texas A&M “Mo”morial t16 Golfweek Conference Challenge t55 Susie Maxwell Berning Classic t17 The Alamo Invitational t42 Challenge at Onion Creek

79-71-84—234 78-78-70—226 80-74-79—233 76-71-74—221 74-74-82—230

Fall 2010 t11 Chip-N Club Invitational 73-78—151 10 William K. Warren Irish Invitational 76-76-75—227 5 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship 74-72-66—212 t43 The Alamo Invitational 74-82-75—231 Spring 2010 t17 UCF Challenge 68-75-83—226 t29 Northern Migration Invitational 76-79-76—231 1 Husky Invitational 76-73-75—224 t23 Baylor Spring Invitational 76-77-82—235 6 Southland Conference Championship 77-70-73—220 Year-by-Year Year RNDS STKS AVG Low 2009-10 15 1,136 75.73 68 2010-11 32 2,408 75.25 66 2011-12 33 2,543 77.06 70 2012-13 12 904 75.33 71 Totals 92 6,991 75.99 66

Spring 2011 t8 UCF Challenge 75-69-72—216 t2 Islanders Classic 73-73-74—220 t20 Administaff Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate 72-72-81—225 t26 BYU at Entrada Classic 82-77-75—234 t21 Baylor Spring Invitational 78-79-73—230 t5 Southland Conference Championship 75-76-77—228 t63 NCAA West Regional 78-78-78—234

2011, 2012 Southland Conference Champions

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Fabiola Arriaga Colegio Los

5-6 • Junior Angeles • Torreon, Mexico

2012 Southland Player of the Year 2011 Southland Freshman of the Year 2011, 2012 First-Team All-Southland

Career Bests Round: 68, 2012 Golfweek Conference Challenge 54-hole Score: 212, 2012 Golfweek Conference Challenge Finish: t-1st, 2011 Southland Conference Championship

As a junior: Has played in all four tournaments this fall and leads the team and Western Athletic Conference with a 71.92 stroke average ... notched top-10 finishes in three events, highlighted by a tie for second place at the Golfweek Conference Challenge where she set personal bests with a round of 68 and 54-hole score of 68 ... had three rounds in the 60s after only doing so twice in her first two seasons ... finished the fall with a No. 14 ranking on golfstat.com and No. 31 mark on golfweek.com.

Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate ... recorded her best round (71) at the UCF Challenge ... shot a final-round 72 to help UTSA set team records for 18 and 54-hole scores at the Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championsip.

Prior to UTSA: Played for the Mexican National Team the last two seasons (2009-10) … placed fourth at the Naccional Inerizonas and competed at the National Athletic Olypmics in 2010 … captured the Naccional Queretaro individual title and finished first at As a sophomore: Earned Southland Conference Player the US Girls Qualifier in 2009 … helped the national of the Year honors after leading the league and setting team place sixth at the 2009 Junior Americas Cup. a school record with a 74.91 stroke average … second player in program history to be named to the conference’s Personal: Full name is Fabiola Arriaga Bujdud … born top squad in back-to-back seasons … one of four players on April 29, 1992, in Torreon, Coahuila … daughter of to appear in all 11 tournaments … recorded five top-five Alfonso Arriaga and Luz Maria Bujdud … has one brothand seven top-10 finishes on the campaign … finished in er, Alfonso and one sister, Luz Maria … majoring in busisixth place or better at four of the six spring tournaments ness. … earned individual medalist honors and aided the team’s victory at The Alamo Invitational with a personal best 213 (69-72-72), which was good for three-underpar … posted an identical score and a second-place finish at the Challenge at Onion Creek the following week … her first round scores of 69 in both events were personal bests. As a freshman: Named Southland Conference Freshman of the Year after recording a 76.25 stroke average that ranked second on the team ... one of three players to appear in all 11 tournaments ... became just the second freshman in program history to be named to the conference’s first-team ... best finish came at the Southland Championship where she sank a 30-foot putt to on No. 18 to force a playoff ... recorded five top-20 finishes ... best 54-hole score was a 222 (74-75-73) at the Administaff

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Fall 2012 5 Dale McNamara Invitational t2 Golfweek Conference Challenge t26 Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate t10 The Alamo Invitational

Arriaga on the course 71-73-71—215 75-68-69—212 75-74-73—222 72-69-73—214

Spring 2012 t58 UCF Challenge 74-74-81—229 t4 Islanders Classic 76-74-76—226 t3 Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate 75-70-73—218 t6 Anuenue Spring Break Classic 74-74-74—222 2 Southland Conference Championship 71-76-73—220 t84 NCAA Central Regional 82-80-77—239 Fall 2011 t41 Texas A&M “Mo”morial t8 Golfweek Conference Challenge t45 Susie Maxwell Berning Classic 1 The Alamo Invitational t2 Challenge at Onion Creek

75-77-85—237 74-74-76—224 79-77-75—231 69-72-72—213 69-72-72—213

Spring 2011 t28 UCF Challenge 75-71-78—224 t20 Islander Classic 79-74-76—229 t13 Administaff Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate 74-75-73—222 t15 BYU at Entrada Classic 76-82-72—230 t35 Baylor Spring Invitational 80-80-75—235 t1 Southland Conference Championship 75-73-75—223 t77 NCAA West Regional 80-78-77—237 Fall 2010 t16 Chip-N Club Invitational 74-78—152 t21 William K. Warren Irish Invitational 74-77-82—233 t59 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship 81-77-72—230 t24 The Alamo Invitational 77-73-75—225 Year-by-Year Year RNDS STKS AVG Low 2010-11 32 2,440 76.25 71 2011-12 33 2,472 74.91 69 2012-13 12 863 71.92 68 Totals 77 5,775 75.00 68

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Chelsea Bretcher Lake

5-7 • Junior Travis HS • Austin, Texas

Career Bests Round: 73, 2012 Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate 54-hole Score: 222, 2012 Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate Finish: t-26th, 2012 Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate

As a junior: Played in three tournaments during the fall ... ranked fourth on the team with a 75.56 stroke average ... set personal best finish (t26th), low round (73) and 54-hole score (222) at the Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate.

led her squad to regional titles from in three of her four years in high school.

As a sophomore: Named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the second time … appeared as an individual at The Alamo Invitational and set career bests with scores of 73 in the first and third rounds … set career bests by tying for 27th place and recording a 54-hole score of 224 (73-78-73).

Personal: Full name is Chelsea Rachel Bretcher … born on Feb. 11, 1992, in Plantation, Fla. … daughter of Jack and Jill Bretcher … has one brother, Richard … majoring in marketing and plans on working in either fashion or sports marketing.

Amateur: Tied for 39th at the 2011 Texas Women’s Open with a 152 (73-79).

As a freshman: Saw action in a pair of tournaments and recorded a 79.80 stroke average ... best round came in her first as a Roadrunner, a 77 in the opening round of the Chip-N Club Invitational ... tied for 36th at the tournament, her best finish of the season ... tied for 59th at the Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship with a 243 (83-78-82). Prior to UTSA: Four-year letterwinner at Lake Travis High School … collected all-district, all-region and allstate honors last season … finished eighth with a two-day total of 156 (81-75) in the individual standings at state in May … named Most Valuable Player and garnered all-academic distrist, region and state accolades last year … earned first-team all-district and all-region certificates and named honorable mention all-state in 2009 … helped her team win district from 2007-10 …

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Bretcher on the course Fall 2012 t55 Dale McNamara Invitational t26 Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate t39 The Alamo Invitational

78-78-78—234 73-75-74—222 76-76-72—224

Fall 2011 t27 The Alamo Invitational

73-78-73—224

Fall 2010 t36 Chip-N Club Invitational 77-79—156 t59 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship 83-78-82—243 Year-by-Year Year RNDS STKS AVG Low 2010-11 5 399 79.80 77 2011-12 3 224 74.67 73 2012-13 9 680 75.56 72 Totals 17 1,303 76.65 72

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Taylor Newlin 5-8 • Junior Wakeland HS • Frisco, Texas

2011, 2012 Second-Team All-Southland Career Bests Round: 69, 2010 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship 54-hole Score: 217, 2010 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship Finish: 4th, 2011 Southland Conference Championship

As a junior: Played in all four fall tournaments and ranked third on the team with a 75.42 stroke average ... best outing came at The Alamo Invitational, where she finished tied for 15th with a 216 (72-73-71).

score of 144 (72-72), while her team finished fourth as a senior … also claimed the 4A District and Regional individual crowns that year … four-time winner of the Most Dedicated for Golf Award … named State Farm Texas Scholar Athlete … four-time all-district, all-region and As a sophomore: Earned second-team All-Southland all-state repicient … won the United State Army Reserve Conference honors and was named to the Southland National Scholar Athlete Award. Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the second consecutive year … one of four players to appear in all 11 tournaments Amateur: Runner-up at the 2012 Women’s Texas Golf and recorded the third-best stroke average on the squad Association Amateur Championship … she opened the (76.88) … recorded a three top-10 finishes, including her event with a 66 for the top qualifying score before four first career victory at the Islanders Classic … carded a 220 match-play wins, including a victory over 2010 USGA at that event and The Alamo Invitational for her low 54- Senior Women’s Amateur Champion Mina Hardin, in the hole scores of the season … low round of 70 came in the semifinals … tied for 11th at the 2011 Texas Women’s final 18 holes of The Alamo Invitational, where she finished Open with a 175 (73-72) ... qualified for the U.S. Women’s in 16th place … her 61 birdies ranked fourth on the team Amateur Championship and tied for 144th with a 163 and fired an eagle in the first round of the Insperity Lady (80-83). Jaguar Invitational. Personal: Full name is Taylor Newlin… born on Aug. As a freshman: Named second-team All-Southland 2, 1990, in Houston, Texas … daughter of Chad and Kim Conference and finished the year with a 76.28 stroke Newlin … has one sister, Payton ... her father played golf average in 11 tournaments... notched five top-15 finishes at Sam Houston State (1985-87) and her mother played in her rookie campaign ... averaged the most pars per softball at Sam Houston State (1984-88) … majoring in round while her 48 birdies ranked third on the squad ... mechanical engineering. tied for fourth in her first collegiate tournament, the Chip-N Club Invitational ... helped UTSA set school records for lowest round and 54-hole score with a 13-place finish at the Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship ... set personal bests for low round (69) and 54-hole score (217) at the event ... finished fourth at the Southland Conference Championship to help UTSA secure its first team title. Prior to UTSA: Finished tied for 10th place at the Optimist International Junior Championships … four-year letterwinner at Wakeland High School … won the Texas 4A State Championships individual title with a even-par

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Newlin on the course Fall 2012 5 Dale McNamara Invitational t2 Golfweek Conference Challenge t26 Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate t10 The Alamo Invitational

71-73-71—215 75-68-69—212 75-74-73—222 72-69-73—214

Spring 2012 t71 UCF Challenge 75-80-76—231 t1 Islanders Classic 72-73-75—220 18 Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate 75-73-78—226 t42 Anuenue Spring Break Classic 81-78-79—238 t9 Southland Conference Championship 72-82-75—229 t84 NCAA Central Regional 77-84-78—239 Fall 2011 t46 Texas A&M “Mo”morial t81 Golfweek Conference Challenge t26 Susie Maxwell Berning Classic 16 The Alamo Invitational t10 Challenge at Onion Creek

78-78-82—238 88-81-80—249 75-73-78—226 76-74-70—220 73-73-75—221

Spring 2011 t58 UCF Challenge 75-79-79—233 t15 Islander Classic 74-75-79—228 t30 Administaff Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate 79-73-74—226 t22 BYU at Entrada Classic 78-79-75—232 t11 Baylor Spring Invitational 77-71-79—227 4 Southland Conference Championship 80-72-74—226 t84 NCAA West Regional 79-78-81—238 Fall 2010 t4 Chip-N Club Invitational 70-78—148 t47 William K. Warren Irish Invitational 80-81-79—240 t13 Mercedes-Benz Women’s Championship 73-69-75—217 28 The Alamo Invitational 75-75-76—226 Year-by-Year Year RNDS STKS AVG Low 2010-11 32 2,441 76.28 69 2011-12 33 2,537 76.88 70 2012-13 12 863 75.42 71 Totals 77 5,841 76.40 69

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Allie Johnston Rock

5-7 • Freshman Canyon HS • Castle Rock, Colo.

Career Bests Round: 76, 2012 Golfweek Conference Challenge 54-hole Score: 237, 2012 Golfweek Conference Challenge and Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate Finish: t-66th, 2012 Dale McNamara Invitational and Golfweek Conference Challenge

As a freshman: Played in all four fall tournaments and recorded a 79.45 stroke average ... tied for 66th at the Dale McNamara Invitational and Golfweek Conference Challenge ... low round was a 76, which she carded at each of those events. Prior to UTSA: Four-year letterwinner at Rock Canyon High School in Highlands Ranch, Colo. … ranked by Golfweek. com as the No. 29 recruit in the 2012 class … earned allstate honors in her final three seasons and capped her career with a second-place finish at the Colorado 5A Championships … also named by the Denver Post to its All-Colorado Team following her senior year … won the Colorado Women’s Golf Association (CWGA) Match Play Championship and teamed up to win the CWGA Mashie Championship in the summer of 2012 … earned Colorado State Player of the Year honors in 2011 … took home titles at the AJGA Lubbock Junior Tournament and Colorado Junior Stroke Play Championship … in addition, was a three-time Colorado Team Junior Americas Cup Member (2008, 2010 and 2011) and a twotime Women’s Amateur Public Links Participant (2010 and 2011) and USGA Girls Junior Participant (2009 and 2011) … earned an academic letter all four years and graduated with academic honors. Personal: Full name is Allie Nicole Johnston … born on March 24, 1994, in Littleton, Colo. … daughter of Keith and Kim Johnston … has yet to decide a major. Fall 2012 t66 Dale McNamara Invitational t66 Golfweek Conference Challenge t68 Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate* WD The Alamo Invitational*

80-83-76—239 82-76-79—237 79-80-78—237 84-77-WD—WD

Year RNDS STKS AVG Low 2011-12 11 874 79.45 76

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Brogan Townend Clitheroe

5-9 • Freshman Royal • Blackburn, England

Career Bests Round: 68, 2012 Alamo Invitational 54-hole Score: 220, 2012 Alamo Invitational Finish: t-28th, 2012 Alamo Invitational

As a freshman: Played in three tournaments during the fall and recorded a 77.22 stroke average ... best finish of the fall came at The Alamo Invitational, where she carded a 220 to tie for 28th. Prior to UTSA: Is a member of the English National Team … in the summer of 2012, was a finalist for the English Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) Northern Ladies Championship … was a member of the 2011 Girls International Matches Championship team and, as an individual, won the Leveret Trophy Championship by five strokes … placed fifth at the 2011 Ladies British Open Amateur and earned an 18th-place finish at the 2011 British Girls Junior … in addition, was a member of Lancashire’s winning team at the English County Finals and notched a pair of wins on the Faldo Series, including the circuit’s Grand Finale. Personal: Full name is Brogan Jayne Townend … born on May 13, 1994, in Blackburn, England … daughter of Simon and Corby Townend … has a brother, Sam … has yet to declare a major.

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79-83-79—241 85-78-71—234 75-68-77—220

Year RNDS STKS AVG Low 2012-13 9 695 77.22 68

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Sitting (l to r): Paola Valerio, Head Coach Carrie Parnaby, Assistant Coach Ian Parnaby, Fabiola Arriaga. Standing (l to r): Allie Johnston, Brogan Townend, Taylor Newlin, Chelsea Bretcher.

Roster Name______________ Fabiola Arriaga_______ Chelsea Bretcher______ Allie Johnston_________ Taylor Newlin_________ Brogan Townend______ Paola Valerio_________

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Ht.____ Yr.-Exp. ___________________Hometown/Last School 5-6______ Jr.-2L_____________ Torreon, Mexico/Colegio Los Angeles 5-7______ Jr.-2L_____________________ Austin, Texas/Lake Travis HS 5-7______ Fr.-HS______________ Castle Rock, Colo./Rock Canyon HS 5-8______ Jr.-2L______________________Frisco, Texas/Wakeland HS 5-9______ Fr.-HS_______________Blackburn, England/Clitheroe Royal 5-5______ Sr.-3L_____ Mexico City, Mexico/Thomas Jefferson Institute

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Carrie Parnaby Head Coach • Fifth Season Tennessee ‘03 2011,2012 Southland Conference Coach of the Year

Carrie Parnaby, the 2010-11 and 2011-12 Southland Conference Coach of the Year, enters her fifth season at the helm of the UTSA women’s golf program. Since her hire in 2008, she steadily has transformed the Roadrunners into a conference contender and, in just her third season, brought home the program’s first league crown, which UTSA successfully defended last spring. From the beginning, Parnaby installed a new approach to the game from a mental and physical standpoint. Her philosophy has produced seven team titles, four runner-up showings and a total of 23 top-five finishes. She has guided eight Roadrunners to individual wins, which includes two Southland Conference Individual Champions — Allie Jordan in 2009 and Shannon Jungman this past spring. Parnaby has coached 15 all-conference performers, including six first-teamers. The Roadrunners have improved their scoring average by 13 strokes and they finished the 2010-11 campaign with a No. 47 ranking in the golfstat. com poll, the highest ranking in program history.

topping No. 17 Texas A&M and No. 23 Baylor thanks, in part, to Southland Player of the Year Fabiola Arriaga, who set a personal best with a three-under-par 213 (69-72-72). The squad also set a pair of records for best 18-hole score (283) and 54hole mark (866). Senior Summer Batiste and sophomore Taylor Newlin guided the Roadrunners to the Islanders Classic crown and shared individual medalist honors, while Arriaga and Jungman led the charge in a victory at the Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate a few weeks later. UTSA carried its momentum into the Southland Championship and walked away with its second title, this time by five strokes over tournament host Texas State. Jungman led the way with a career-best 217 (70-73-74) to claim the school’s second individual conference championship. The Roadrunners capped the season with a 20th-place showing at the NCAA Central Regional in Columbus, Ohio.

UTSA reached new heights in 2010-11, as it placed a record four players on the all-conference teams including Valerio, the Player of the Year, and Arriaga, the Freshman of the Year, en route to the program’s first Southland Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance. Junior Summer Batiste and freshman Taylor Newlin earned second-team accolades to round out the record-setting haul. In addition to setting the single-season record for stroke average at 75.25, Valerio led the Roadrunners to a record-setting final round of the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships in October with a school-record 66. The momentum continued in In addition to her players’ success on the golf course, two have the spring, as UTSA notched top-five finishes at five consecutive earned Southland All-Academic honors (Bruna Spengler 2009- tournaments, capped by a nine-stroke win over Lamar at the 10/Paola Valerio 2010-11) and Valerio was named secondSouthland Championship in team CoSIDA/Capital One Corpus Christi. The RoadAcademic All-District VI as runners entered the NCAA a sophomore. West Regional in Auburn, Wash., as the No. 19 seed The Roadrunners once and finished 16th to end again re-wrote the record the most successful season books last season, as they in school history. won four tournaments — surpassing the program’s The Roadrunners excelled total number of triumphs in in Parnaby’s sophomore its first six years combined season, as they added the — placed four players on program’s second team title the All-Southland teams at the Northern Migration and collected their secInvitational in March with ond consecutive Southland a record winning scoreChampionship and NCAA card of 895 (298-296Tournament appearance. 301). Meanwhile, Valerio UTSA won its home tourbecame the third player to nament, The Alamo Invitawin an individual crown at tional, for the first time by

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April’s Husky Invitational in just her third collegiate appearance. Parnaby also guided her squad to five top-five finishes, including a runner-up showing at the Husky Invitational and a third-place outing at the McNeese Cowgirl Classic. A trio of Roadrunners collected All-Southland honors, led by first-teamers Shelley Martinez and Valerio, while Batiste garnered second-team laurels. Parnaby’s first year saw several notable team and individual accomplishments. Jordan became the first player in the program’s history to win an individual title at the Yale Intercollegiate and she also was the first Roadrunner to capture the Southland Individual Championship. Parnaby also led the squad to its first tournament title at the Stripes Islanders Spring Classic on Feb. 24, behind Martinez, who was the event’s medalist. Parnaby’s career extends from the collegiate to the professional level. She played at Tennessee from 1998-2002 and during her stint with the Lady Vols, Parnaby was a four-year letterwinner and earned honorable mention All-Southeastern Conference honors as a junior. Tennessee was ranked as high as No. 2 in the country at one point during her playing career and she played on teams throughout her career that produced multiple current and former LPGA and European Tour players, one of which she caddied for in the 2003 U.S. Women’s Open. She was an SEC Academic Honor Roll selection her final two campaigns. She spent her fifth year at Tennessee as a student assistant coach and also went to FUTURES qualifying school to follow her dream of playing professionally. Parnaby ultimately graduated from Tennessee with a bachelor’s degree in business marketing in 2003. After her collegiate career at Tennessee, Parnaby competed as a member of the FUTURES Golf Tour from 2003-04. She played a full schedule in 2003 and then became fully exempt the following season. Parnaby worked with the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) in 2004, where she was involved with numerous aspects of tournament operations. She traveled to each tournament to set up the site, assisted in running events and served as an on-site rules official. Parnaby returned to her alma mater in 2004 as an assistant coach. Her main duties included day-to-day coaching, teaching, planning practices, on-and-off campus recruiting and scouting. She also coordinated team travel and taught a golf class each semester focusing on specific areas of the game.

The Parnaby File

Full Name: Caroline Parnaby Hometown: Mansfield, Texas Coaching Experience Head Coach, UTSA (2008-Present) Assistant Coach, Tennessee (2004-08) Student Assistant, Tennessee (2002-03) Coaching Highlights UTSA 2 Southland Conference Individual Champions 2 Southland Team Championships 7 First-Team All-Southland members 13 All-Southland selections 9 Individual Tournament wins 7 Team Tournament wins 1 NGCA Academic honoree 1 David Burnett Recipient 2 First-Team Southland All-Academic 2 Former pupils on FUTURES Tour Tennessee Top 25 team final rank (2004-08)/Highest ranking-sixth 2005 and 2006 NCAA Regional Champions 2006 National Team of the Week 3 NCAA Championship Appearances (Best finish sixth place) 4 NCAA Regional appearances 6 Team Tournament wins 7 Individual Tournament wins 5 NGCA All-Americans 9 NGCA Academic All-Americans 1 SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year 1 Edith Cummings Munson Golf Award Recipient 10 All-SEC performers 17 All-SEC Honor Roll members 3 Former pupils on LPGA Tour Playing Experience Duramed FUTURES Golf Tour (2003-04) Tennessee (1998-2002) Collegiate Playing Highlights Recipient of the Carrie Cole Effort Award, 2002 SEC Honorable Mention, 2001 and 2002 3 team tournament wins 14 top-3 team finishes 5 top-25 individual finishes 12th - Betsy Rawls Intercollegiate - Texas 1 top-10 individual finish 7th - Green Wave Classic - Tulane

During her coaching tenure at Tennessee, the Lady Vols made four consecutive trips to NCAA Regional play, including two regional crowns in 2005-06. They also made three consecutive NCAA Championship appearances with a top finish of sixth place. She mentored five All-Americans, nine Academic AllAmericans and one player was a recipient of the prestigious Edith Cummings Munson Golf Award.

was honored as the 1998 Dallas/Fort Worth Player of the Year and was presented the prestigious Fighting Tiger Heart award by MHS. She was a three-time team captain, team Most Valuable Player and won more than 30 titles as a junior, including the co-championship of the 1997 PING Texas State Junior. Parnaby competed in the 1997 Junior World and U.S. Girls Championship, was an alternate for the 1997 U.S. Women’s Open and was given the 1992 Texas Gladiator Tour Sports Person of the A native Texan, Parnaby was a standout at Mansfield High Year award. School (MHS) near Fort Worth. She led the squad to a third-place finish at the 1998 Class 5A State Tournament, while recording Parnaby resides in San Antonio with her husband, Ian, and their a seventh-place showing in the individual standings. Parnaby son, Cole.

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Ian Parnaby Assistant Coach • Second Season Tennessee ‘04 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 first-ever tournament title Former Tennessee standout Ian Parnaby enters his second season as (Stripes Islanders Spring Classic), three individual crowns and a assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s golf programs after runner-up showing at the 2009 Southland Championship. spending the previous three as a volunteer assistant coach. During Parnaby’s four-year tenure with the women, UTSA has won A native of Durham, England, Parnaby has helped tutor 21 All- seven team and eight individual championships, registered 23 topSouthland Conference performers and helped lead the programs five team finishes and garnered 15 all-conference certificates. to a combined 27 top-five finishes, including the back-to-back Southland Conference Championships for the women the past two In his four seasons as a volunteer with the men’s team, the former Tennessee standout has helped lead UTSA to 17 top-10 finishes, springs. including a quartet of top-five showings, and he also has tutored Last season, he aided the women to a school-record four tourna- six All-Southland performers, including Werre, who was tabbed the ment victories, including their second consecutive conference title 2011 Freshman of the Year. and six top-five finishes. Four different players earned individual medalist honors during the campaign, including senior Shannon During his four-year playing career at Tennessee, he collected secJungman, who became the second player in program history to win ond-team All-Southeastern Conference laurels and was a three-time an individual conference crown. UTSA matched the previous year’s Academic All-SEC honoree. Parnaby won the prestigious Ridges Intercollegiate in 2003 and posted five top-five finishes. He also record with four All-Southland selections, led participated in the 2003 NCAA Championby first-teamers Fabiola Arriaga, who also ship in his final season. In his last two years picked up Player of the Year honors, and Jungin Knoxville, the Volunteers were ranked in the man. Meanwhile, junior Paola Valerio and top 25 several times, including as high as No. sophomore Taylor Newlin earned second-team 12 during his junior season. laurels.

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On the men’s side, Parnaby helped lead the Roadrunners to a six top-10 finishes, including a fifth-place effort at the Rice Intercollegiate. In addition, he mentored sophomore Ryan Werre, who picked up second-team All-Southland honors after a seventh-place finish at the conference championship.

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.

In 2010-11, Parnaby helped lead the squad to nine top-10 finishes, including six in the top five, capped by the program’s first-ever 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)

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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Bill Rogers Director of Golf Development Houston ‘73 mental 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 team title (Stripes Islander Spring Classic). Rogers is a former Professional Golf Association (PGA) Tour member who began his career in 1974, before retiring in 1988. He collected 14 tour wins that featured six PGA wins and eight international victories during his 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, In his three seasons as an assistant, Rogers guided 11 All- he won the Suntory World Match Play Championship and Southland Conference performers and four first-team selec- the Suntory Open. Rogers last PGA win came at the USF&G tions, including the women’s Player of the Year (Paola Vale- Classic on March 20, 1983. rio) and Freshman of the Year (Fabiola Arriaga) in 2011. Since his arrival in 2008, Rogers has helped the Roadrun- Rogers put together his best season in 1981, as the PGA ners improve their stroke average by 12 swings and Valerio Player of the Year, seven tournament triumphs, including four set a single-season record with a 75.25 average last season. PGA events the British Open, the Sea Pines Heritage, the World Series of Golf and the Texas Open and also finished Rogers was a vital part of UTSA’s success in 2010-11, aiding runner-up at the U.S. Open. Rogers capped off the season as the squad to its first Southland Championship, six top-five a winning member of the 1981 Ryder Cup team. Ten years finishes and the program’s first NCAA Tournament appear- later, he guided the Ryder Cup team to victory as an assistant ance. Along with Valerio and Arriaga, Summer Batiste and coach. Taylor Newlin earned second-team honors for a Southlandrecord four all-league picks. The Roadrunners turned in re- Prior to his professional career, Rogers was a four-year letcord rounds at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships terwinner at Houston, where he earned first-team All-Amerwhen Valerio shot a school-record 66 while the team’s scores ica honors in 1973. He later was inducted into the Houston Cougars Hall of Fame in 1981. for 18 (287) and 54 holes (886) also set program marks. Bill Rogers, who brings more than 30 years of experience to UTSA, is in his first 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 2009, Rogers proved to be a valuable asset for the Road- Rogers was a board member of Golf San Antonio and the Director of Golf at the San runners as they collected Antonio Country Club the program’s second team from 1990-2000. He also title at the Northern Migrabrought the American Jution Invitational on March nior Golf Association to 17. Under his tutelage, San Antonio and played Valerio won her first cola key role in the developlegiate individual medal ment of Briggs Ranch Golf at the Husky Invitational Club. Rogers was inducted on April 6. He helped a into the Texas Golf Hall of Shelly Martinez and ValeFame in 1995 and San rio earned first- team AllAntonio Sports Hall of Southland Conference Fame in 2004. honors, while Batiste garnered second-team allleague accolades. As a first-year assistant, Rogers played an instru-

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Allie Jordan Volunteer Assistant • Second Season UTSA ‘09 Jordan spent 2010-11 playing on the Cactus Tour, a professional women’s golf circuit in Phoenix, where she notched three top-10 finishes. The Monahans native served as a student assistant at UTSA during the 2009-10 season while completing her studies in general business administration.

Former Roadrunner and 2009 Southland Conference Champion Allie Jordan is in her second season as a volunteer assistant for the women’s golf team. Last season, she aided the women 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.

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A member of the program’s inaugural squad in 2005-06, Jordan finished third in the Roadrunners’ first-ever tournament. She became the first player in program history to earn an individual title with a win at the 2008 Yale Intercollegiate and, along with the only individual Southland title in school history, is the only player to win more than one event. She set numerous records in the early years of the program including low round, 54-hole score and stroke average. Prior to her time at UTSA, Jordan was a two-time first-team Class 3A all-state player at Monahans High School. She helped lead the team to a state runner-up finish, three district titles and a regional and school-record score of 635 during her career. As an individual, she won seven crowns, including district and regional championships during her senior campaign.

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Briggs Ranch Golf Course 7,206 yards/Par 72

Brackenridge Golf Course 6,185 yards/Par 72

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.

The Brackenridge Golf Course, the oldest 18-hole public course in the state, was designed in 1915 by renowned golf course architect A.W. Tillinghast, “Old Brack” was recently honored as the first golf facility listed in the Texas Registry of Historic Sites. It has also been inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame and the Texas Open Hall of Honor, having hosted the first Texas Open in 1922. Today, the course is still a true test of shotmaking. The front nine is lined by ancient oak and pecan trees, requiring accurate tee shots to score well. The back nine is more open, bringing the wind into play.

Dominion Country Club 6,937 yards/Par 72

Golf Club of Texas 7,022 yards/Par 72

Set among rolling ranchland and majestic live oaks, Dominion Country Club incorporates 25 acres of manmade 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.

Texas’ only Lee Trevino Signature Course, The Golf Club of Texas features gently rolling fairways, water on 11 holes, 44 sand bunkers and a dazzling assortment of authentic Texas wildflowers, cacti and mesquite trees. Lucas Creek meanders through the course, linking four magnificent ponds. The Golf Club of Texas is more than just a great course it’s a true destination. The natural beauty of the south central Texas landscape make this one of the best golf experiences in Texas.

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Oak Hills Golf Course 6,765 yards/Par 71

TPC at San Antonio 7,406 yards/Par 72

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-proteced reens 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.

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.

The Club at Sonterra 6,359 yards/Par 72

La Cantera 7,021 yards/Par 72

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.

Situated atop one of the highest points in San Antonio and across Loop1604 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 1995-2009 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 Palmerdesigned Palmer Course, offers spectacular scenery.

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San Antonio Country Club 6,833 yards/Par 72

Pecan Valley Golf Course 7,010 yards/Par 71

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.

One of the oldest and most storied courses in San Antonio, Pecan Valley is set within 200 lush, wooded acres along picturesque Salado Creek. Originally designed by J. Press Maxwell, the course has hosted the 50th PGA Championship, the 1967, 1969 and 1970 Texas Open and the 2001 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship. Golf Digest recently featured Pecan Valley as one of the top 25 courses in the state of Texas.

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History & Records


2011-12 Review Tournament Summary Date Sep. 11-13 Sep. 19-21 Oct. 16-18 Oct. 30-Nov. 1 Nov. 7-8 Feb. 13-15 Feb. 26-27 March 13-14 March 21-22 April 18-20 May 10-12

Tournament Texas A&M “Mo”Morial Golfweek Conference Challenge Susie Maxwell Berning Classic Alamo Invitational Challenge at Onion Creek UCF Challenge Islanders Classic Insperity Lady Jaguars Intercollegiate Anuenue Spring Break Classic Southland Conference Championship NCAA Central Regional

Rd-1 312 304 314 293 292 299 296 298 308 290 317

Rd-2 305 314 301 283 290 300 296 286 302 306 326

Rd-3 To Par 330 +83 312 +66 287 +17 290 +2 296 +38 311 +46 296 +24 296 +16 303 +49 300 +32 319 +98

Total 947 930 920 866 878 910 888 880 913 896 962

Finish Low Player 11th of 12 Paola Valerio 234 (+18) t-12th of 18 Fabiola Arriaga 224 (+8) 15th of 17 Taylor Newlin 226 (+10) 1st of 14 Fabiola Arriaga 213 (-3) t-2nd of 13 Fabiola Arriaga 213 (+3) 12th of 18 Summer Batiste 225 (+9) 1st of 14 Batiste/Newlin 220 (+4) 1st of 14 Arriaga/Jungman 218 (+2) 5th of 14 Fabiola Arriaga 222 (+6) 1st of 8 Shannon Jungman 217 (+1) 20th of 24 Arriaga/Newlin 239 (+23)

Individual Statistics Player Fabiola Arriaga Shannon Jungman Taylor Newlin Paola Valerio Summer Batiste Bruna Spengler Chelsea Bretcher

Events 11 10 11 11 11 2 1

Rounds 33 30 33 33 33 6 3

Avg. 74.91 76.27 76.88 77.06 77.52 82.83 74.67

Low Rd. 69 69 70 70 71 77 73

Low 54 213 216 220 221 219 246 224

Top Finish Par or Better Top 10s 1st 6 7 1st 3 4 t-1st 3 3 t-4th 3 1 t-1st 5 2 75th 0 0 t-27th 0 0

Season Recap Playing in its final season as a member of the Southland Conference, the 2012-13 UTSA women’s golf team left the circuit with a bang as it claimed back-to-back conference titles. Not only did the Roadrunners excel at the conference tournament, which was held at Vaaler Creek Golf Club in Blanco, but they set a new program standard with four tournament wins en route to their second consecutive NCAA Regional. Along with its team title, Shannon Jungman gave UTSA its second conference individual champion with a one-over-par 217. She became the first Roadrunner since Allie Jordan (2009) to claim and individual title and finished three shots ahead of second-place finisher Fabiola Arriaga. UTSA again took home a record haul of awards from the conference office, as Arriaga was named the Southland’s Golfer of the Year to headline four players on the all-conference squads. Jungman joinedher on the first team, while Taylor Newlin and Paola Valerio earned

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second-team honors. In addition, head coach Carrie Parnaby took home her second Coach of the Year award in as many seasons. Under Parnaby’s tutelage, the Roadrunners have now earned a record 11 all-conference accolades over the last three seasons.

The team shows off its Southland Championship rings after a ceremony at Briggs Ranch Golf Club.

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Fabiola Arriaga Date Tournament Sept. 11-13 Texas A&M “Mo”Morial Sept. 19-21 Golfweek Conference Challenge Oct. 16-18 Susie Maxwell Berning Classic Oct. 30-Nov. 1 The Alamo Invitational Nov. 7-8 Challenge at Onion Creek Feb. 12-14 UCF Challenge Feb. 27-28 Islanders Classic March 16-18 Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate March 26-27 Anuenue Spring Break Classic April 16-18 Southland Conference Championship May 10-12 NCAA Central Regional

Score 75-77-85=237 (+21) 74-74-76=224 (+8) 79-77-75=231 (+15) 69-72-72=213 (-3) 69-72-72=213 (+3) 74-74-81=229 (+13) 76-74-76=226 (+10) 75-70-73=218 (+2) 74-74-74=222 (+6) 71-76-73=220 (+4) 82-80-77=239 (+23)

Place t-41st of 68 t-8th of 88 t-45th of 90 1st of 77 t-2nd of 73 t-58th of 99 t-4th of 77 t-3rd of 73 t-6th of 73 2nd of 40 t-84th of 126

Summer Batiste Date Tournament Sept. 11-13 Texas A&M “Mo”Morial Sept. 19-21 Golfweek Conference Challenge Oct. 16-18 Susie Maxwell Berning Classic Oct. 30-Nov. 1 The Alamo Invitational Nov. 7-8 Challenge at Onion Creek Feb. 12-14 UCF Challenge Feb. 27-28 Islanders Classic March 16-18 Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate March 26-27 Anuenue Spring Break Classic April 16-18 Southland Conference Championship May 10-12 NCAA Central Regional

Score 80-79-80=239 (+23) 75-81-86=242 (+26) 80-77-75=232 (+16) 75-71-77=223 (+7) 81-71-77=229 (+19) 75-72-78=225 (+9) 75-74-71=220 (+4) 75-72-72=219 (+3) 79-87-81=247 (+31) 81-78-78=237 (+21) 78-83-84=245 (+29)

Place t-49th of 68 72nd of 88 t-51st of 90 26th of 77 t-39th of 73 t-43rd of 99 t-1st of 77 t-5th of 73 t-58th of 73 t-16th of 40 t-104th of 126

Score 73-78-73=224 (+8)

Place t-27th of 77

Shannon Jungman Date Tournament Sept. 11-13 Texas A&M “Mo”Morial Oct. 16-18 Susie Maxwell Berning Classic Oct. 30-Nov. 1 The Alamo Invitational Nov. 7-8 Challenge at Onion Creek Feb. 12-14 UCF Challenge Feb. 27-28 Islanders Classic March 16-18 Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate March 26-27 Anuenue Spring Break Classic April 16-18 Southland Conference Championship May 10-12 NCAA Central Regional

Score 82-82-84=248 (+32) 80-77-77=234 (+18) 73-69-74=216 (E) 76-75-72=223 (+13) 75-77-79=231 (+15) 76-75-75=226 (+10) 73-71-74=218 (+2) 76-74-74=224 (+8) 70-73-74=217 (+1) 87-82-82=251 (+35)

Place t-64th of 68 t-62nd of 90 t-5th of 77 t-19th of 73 t-71st of 99 t-4th of 77 t-3rd of 73 t-12th of 73 1st of 40 t-116th of 126

Taylor Newlin Date Tournament Sept. 11-13 Texas A&M “Mo”Morial Sept. 19-21 Golfweek Conference Challenge Oct. 16-18 Susie Maxwell Berning Classic Oct. 30-Nov. 1 The Alamo Invitational Nov. 7-8 Challenge at Onion Creek Feb. 12-14 UCF Challenge Feb. 27-28 Islanders Classic March 16-18 Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate March 26-27 Anuenue Spring Break Classic April 16-18 Southland Conference Championship May 10-12 NCAA Central Regional

Score 78-78-82=238 (+22) 88-81-80=249 (+33) 75-73-78=226 (+10) 76-74-70=220 (+4) 73-73-75=221 (+11) 75-80-76=231 (+15) 72-73-75=220 (+4) 75-73-78=226 (+10) 81-78-79=238 (+22) 72-82-75=229 (+13) 77-84-78=239 (+23)

Place t-46th of 68 t-81st of 88 t-26th of 90 16th of 77 t-10th of 73 t-71st of 99 t-1st of 77 18th of 73 t-42nd of 73 t-9th of 40 t-84th of 126

Bruna Spengler Date Tournament Sept. 19-21 Golfweek Conference Challenge Oct. 30-Nov. 1 The Alamo Invitational* * competed as individual

Score 77-88-86=251 (+35) 80-81-85=246 (+30)

Place 84th of 88 75th of 77

Paola Valerio Date Tournament Sept. 11-13 Texas A&M “Mo”Morial Sept. 19-21 Golfweek Conference Challenge Oct. 16-18 Susie Maxwell Berning Classic Oct. 30-Nov. 1 The Alamo Invitational Nov. 7-8 Challenge at Onion Creek Feb. 12-14 UCF Challenge Feb. 27-28 Islanders Classic March 16-18 Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate March 26-27 Anuenue Spring Break Classic April 16-18 Southland Conference Championship May 10-12 NCAA Central Regional

Score 79-71-84=234 (+18) 78-78-70=226 (+10) 80-74-79=233 (+17) 76-71-74=221 (+5) 74-74-82=230 (+20) 78-77-78=233 (+17) 73-78-75=226 (+10) 78-73-77=228 (+12) 79-76-76=231 (+15) 77-79-82=238 (+22) 80-81-82=243 (+27)

Place t-30th of 68 t-16th of 88 t-55th of 90 t-17th of 77 t-42nd of 73 t-76th of 99 t-4th of 77 t-22nd of 73 t-28th of 73 t-18th of 40 t-99th of 126

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UTSA In The Southland

Individual Southland Champions

2012 Vaaler Creek Golf Club (Blanco, Texas) April 16-18, 2012 Team Finish: 1st/290-306-300—896 Individual Champion: Shannon Jungman, 70-73-74—217 2011 Corpus Christi Golf Club (Corpus Christi, Texas) April 19-21, 2011 Team Finish: 1st/306-297-297—900 2010 Raven Nest Golf Course (Huntsville, Texas) April 19-21, 2010 Team Finish: 4th/307-289-293—889 2009 Lake Charles Country Club (Lake Charles, La.) April 21-22, 2009 Team Finish: 2nd/309-303-301—913 Individual Champion: Allie Jordan, 73-76-73—222 2008 Beaumont Country Club (Beaumont, Texas) April 21-23, 2008 Team Finish: 4th/312-304-315—931 2007 Applerock Golf Course (Horseshoe Bay, Texas) April 9-11, 2007 Team Finish: 7th/327-329-316—972 2006 Kingwood Country Club’s Forest Course (Kingwood, Texas) April 10-12, 2006 Team Finish: 6th/336-329-336—1,001

Allie Jordan 2009 Champion

Shannon Jungman 2012 Champion

Jordan became the first golfer in the program’s history to collect a Southland Conference Championship. The Monahans turned in a scorecard of 73-76-73— 222 to capture the title by two strokes over Lacy McKinley from McNeese State and Ashley Watkins from Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.

Jungman earned the program’s second individual conference title in 2012 after leading the Southland Championship from start to finish. The Pflugerville native carded a 70-73-74—217 to win the crown by three strokes over teammate Fabiola Arriaga as UTSA won its second consecutive team championship.

Southland All-Conference Honors

Fabiola Arriaga 2012 Golfer of the Year 2011, Freshman of the Year 2011 & 2012, First Team

Allie Jordan 2009, First Team

Second Team Laura Baker, 2006 Summer Batiste, 2006 & 2011 Taylor Newlin, 2011 & 2012 Paola Valerio, 2012

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Shannon Jungman 2012, First Team

Shelly Martinez 2010, First Team

Paola Valerio 2011, Golfer of the Year 2010 & 2011, First Team

Honorable Mention Laura Baker, 2008 & 2009 Shelly Martinez, 2008

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Coaching History

Holly Tothe 2004-07 Best Southland Team Finish 4th place: 312-304-315—931 Top-5 Finishes 2005-06: 1 2006-07: 3 2007-08: 4

Carrie Parnaby 2008-Present Southland Titles 2011, 2012 Top-5 Finishes 2008-09: 6 2009-10: 5 2010-11: 6 2011-12: 6 Team Tournament Titles 7 Individual Titles 9

Team Awards

Player of the Year Allie Jordan_____ 2008-09 Shelly Martinez__ 2009-10 Paola Valerio____ 2010-11 Fabiola Arriaga__ 2011-12 Allie Jordan Give My All Award Allie Jordan_____ 2008-09 Shanon Jungman__ 2009-10 Paola Valerio____ 2010-11 Taylor Newlin____ 2011-12

Laura Baker Spirit Award Laura Baker_____ 2008-09 Madison McClain__ 2009-10 Taylor Newlin____ 2010-11 Fabiola Arriaga__ 2011-12 Dave Pelz Award Taylor Newlin____ 2010-11 Taylor Newlin____ 2011-12

UTSA All-Time Letterwinners Fabiola Arriaga_______________ 2010-P Laura Baker_____________________ 2005-09 Summer Batiste___________________ 2007-12 Laeni Bendzik___________________2007-10 Chelsea Bretcher______________ 2010-P Lesan Gouge_____________________ 2006-08 Neely Hutchins___________________ 2005-07 Allie Jordan_____________________ 2005-09 Shannon Jungman________________ 2008-12 Michelle Kowalick________________ 2005-08 Shelly Martinez__________________ 2006-10 Kayla McBride___________________ 2006-10 Madison McClain_________________ 2006-10 Taylor Newlin_________________ 2010-P Stephanie Perez__________________ 2005-06 Bruna Spengler___________________ 2008-12 Paola Valerio_________________ 2010-P Jenna Wessels___________________ 2005-06

Highest GPA Award Bruna Spengler___ 2008-09 Laeni Bendzik____ 2009-10 Bruna Spengler___ 2010-11 Bruna Spengler___ 2011-12

Weight Room Warrior Award Shanon Jungman__ 2008-09 Summer Batiste___ 2009-10 Summer Batiste___ 2010-11 Summer Batiste___ 2011-12 Paola Valerio____ 2011-12 Captain Award Allie Jordan_____ 2008-09 Shelly Martinez__ 2009-10 Madison McClain__ 2009-10 Summer Batiste___ 2010-11 Summer Batiste___ 2011-12

Shannon Jungman Putting Award Shannon Jungman__2011-12

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Individual Records Single Season Scoring Average vs. Par (min.15 rounds) Avg. Vs. Par 1. Fabiola Arriaga (2011-12)......... 74.91....... 3.09 2. Paola Valerio (2010-11)............. 75.25....... 3.25 3. Paola Valerio (2009-10)............. 75.73....... 3.93 4. Fabiola Arriaga (2010-11)......... 76.25....... 4.25 5. Taylor Newlin (2010-11)............ 76.28....... 4.28 6. Shannon Jungman (2011-12)..... 76.27....... 4.47 7. Summer Batiste (2010-11).......... 76.67....... 4.67 8. Shelly Martinez (2009-10).......... 76.52....... 4.83 9. Taylor Newlin (2011-12)............ 76.88....... 5.06 10. Summer Batiste (2009-10).......... 76.90....... 5.21

Career Scoring Average vs. Par (min. 45 rounds) Avg. Vs. Par 1. Fabiola Arriaga (2010-pres)....... 75.57....... 3.66 2. Paola Valerio (2009-pres)........... 76.09....... 4.20 3. Taylor Newlin (2010-pres).......... 76.58....... 4.68 4. Summer Batiste (2007-12).......... 77.64....... 5.83 5. Shannon Jungman (2008-12)..... 78.23....... 6.28 6. Shelly Martinez (2007-10).......... 78.83....... 6.96 7. Laura Baker (2006-09)............... 79.37....... 7.39 8. Bruna Spengler (2008-12).......... 79.88....... 7.96 9. Allie Jordan (2006-09)............... 80.26....... 8.28 10. Madison McClain (2007-10)....... 80.91....... 9.00

Rounds Played Fabiola Arriaga (2011-12)............................33 Summer Batiste (2011-12).............................33 Taylor Newlin (2011-12)...............................33 Paola Valerio (2011-12)................................33 Fabiola Arriaga (2010-11)............................32 Taylor Newlin (2010-11)...............................32 Paola Valerio (2010-11)................................32 Shannon Jungman (2011-12)........................30 Summer Batiste (2009-10).............................29 Shelly Martinez (2009-10).............................29 Shannon Jungman (2009-10)........................29

Rounds Played 1. Shelly Martinez (2007-10)........................... 103 2. Shannon Jungman (2008-12)...................... 102 3. Summer Batiste (2007-12)............................. 99 4. Laura Baker (2006-09).................................. 98 5. Allie Jordan (2006-09).................................. 95 6. Paola Valerio (2010-pres).............................. 80 7. Fabiola Arriaga (2010-pres).......................... 65 Taylor Newlin (2010-pres)............................. 65 9. Madison McClain (2007-10).......................... 64 10. Bruna Spengler (2008-12)............................. 52

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Par or Better Rounds 1. Fabiola Arriaga (2011-12)..............................6 Paola Valerio (2010-11)..................................6 3. Summer Batiste (2011-12)...............................5 4. Summer Batiste (2009-10)...............................4 Taylor Newlin (2010-11).................................4 6. Fabiola Arriaga (2010-11)..............................3 Shannon Jungman (2011-12)..........................3 Taylor Newlin (2011-12).................................3 Paola Valerio (2011-12)..................................3 10. Summer Batiste (2010-11)...............................2 Shannon Jungman (2010-11)..........................2 Wins 1. Allie Jordan (2008-09)....................................2 2. Fabiola Arriaga (2010-11 & 2011-12)............1 Laura Baker (2005-06)....................................1 Summer Batiste (2011-12)...............................1 Shannon Jungman (2011-12)..........................1 Shelly Martinez (2008-09)...............................1 Taylor Newlin (2011-12).................................1 Paola Valerio (2009-10)..................................1

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Par or Better Rounds Paola Valerio (2010-pres)................................ 8 Summer Batiste (2008-pres)............................. 6 Taylor Newlin (2010-pres)............................... 4 Shelly Martinez (2007-10)............................... 4 Fabiola Arriaga (2010-pres)............................ 3 Shannon Jungman (2008-pres)........................ 2 Allie Jordan (2006-10).................................... 2

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Wins Allie Jordan (2006-09).................................... 2 Fabiola Arriaga (2010-pres)............................ 1 Laura Baker (2006-09).................................... 1 Summer Batiste (2007-12)............................... 1 Shannon Jungman (2008-12).......................... 1 Shelly Martinez (2007-10)............................... 1 Paola Valerio (2009-pres)................................ 1

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Season Tournament Rd. Score 1. 2011-12..................The Alamo Invitational................................................. 2............... 283 2. 2011-12..................Insperity Lady Jaguar Invitational.................................. 2............... 286 3. 2010-11..................Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships.................... 3............... 287 4. 2009-10..................Southland Conference Tournament................................ 2............... 289 5. 2011-12..................Challenge at Onion Creek........................................... 2............... 290 2011-12..................Southland Conference Championship........................... 1............... 290 2011-12..................The Alamo Invitational................................................. 3............... 290 8. 2011-12..................Challenge at Onion Creek........................................... 1............... 292 2009-10..................Challenge at Onion Creek........................................... 1............... 292 2009-10..................Challenge at Onion Creek........................................... 2............... 292 Low Round vs. Par Season Tournament Rd. Score Vs. Par 1. 2011-12..................The Alamo Invitational................................................. 2............... 283................... -5 2. 2011-12..................Insperity Lady Jaguar Invitational.................................. 2............... 286................... -2 3. 2010-11..................Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships.................... 3............... 287................... -1 4. 2011-12..................Southland Conference Championship........................... 1............... 290.................. +2 2011-12..................The Alamo Invitational................................................. 3............... 290.................. +2 6. 2009-10..................Southland Conference Tournament................................ 2............... 289.................. +5 2010-11..................Alamo Invitational....................................................... 2............... 293.................. +5 2011-12..................The Alamo Invitational................................................. 1............... 293.................. +5 9. 2010-11..................Chip-N Club Invitational.............................................. 1............... 294.................. +6 2010-11..................Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships.................... 2............... 294.................. +6 2008-09..................Islander Spring Classic................................................ 3............... 302.................. +6 Low 36-hole total Season Tournament Score Vs. Par 1. 2011-12..................The Alamo Invitational.................................................................. 576.....................E 2. 2011-12..................Challenge at Onion Creek............................................................ 582................ +22 3. 2011-12..................Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate.............................................. 584.................. +8 2009-10..................Challenge at Onion Creek............................................................ 584................ +24 5. 2010-11..................Administaff Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate.......................................... 591................ +15 2010-11..................Alamo Invitational........................................................................ 591................ +15 7. 2011-12..................Islanders Classic........................................................................... 592................ +16 8. 2009-10..................Northern Migration Invitational..................................................... 594................ +18 9. 2011-12..................Southland Conference Tournament................................................. 596................ +20 10. 2009-10..................Southland Conference Tournament................................................. 596................ +28 Low 54-hole total Season Tournament Score Vs. Par 1. 2011-12..................The Alamo Invitational.................................................................. 866.................. +2 2. 2011-12..................Challenge at Onion Creek............................................................ 878................ +38 3. 2011-12..................Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate.............................................. 880................ +16 4. 2010-11..................Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships..................................... 886................ +22 5. 2009-10..................Challenge at Onion Creek............................................................ 887................ +47 6. 2011-12..................Islanders Classic........................................................................... 888................ +24 7. 2010-11..................Administaff Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate.......................................... 888................ +24 8. 2009-10..................Southland Conference Tournament................................................. 889................ +37 9. 2010-11..................Alamo Invitational........................................................................ 891................ +27 10. 2009-10..................Northern Migration Invitational..................................................... 895................ +31

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Individual Low Round Player (Season) Tournament Rd. Score Paola Valerio (2010-11)............... Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships...... 3............... 66 Paola Valerio (2009-10)............... UCF Challenge........................................ 1............... 68 Shelly Martinez (2009-10)............ Northern Migration Invitational................ 2............... 68 Fabiola Arriaga (2011-12)........... Challenge at Onion Creek....................... 1............... 69 Fabiola Arriaga (2011-12)........... The Alamo Invitational............................. 1............... 69 Shannon Jungman (2011-12)....... The Alamo Invitational............................. 2............... 69 Taylor Newlin (2010-11).............. Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships...... 2............... 69 Paola Valerio (2010-11)............... UCF Challenge........................................ 2............... 69 Taylor Newlin (2010-11).............. Chip-N Club Invitational.......................... 1............... 70 Summer Batiste (2009-10)............ Northern Migration Invitational................ 2............... 70 Paola Valerio (2009-10)............... Southland Conference Tournament............ 2............... 70

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Low Round vs. Par Player (Season) Tournament Rd. Score Vs. Par Paola Valerio (2010-11)............... Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships...... 3............... 66..................... -6 Paola Valerio (2009-10)............... UCF Challenge........................................ 1............... 68..................... -4 Shelly Martinez (2009-10)............ Northern Migration Invitational................ 2............... 68..................... -4 Fabiola Arriaga (2011-12)........... The Alamo Invitational............................. 1............... 69..................... -3 Shannon Jungman (2011-12)....... The Alamo Invitational............................. 2............... 69..................... -3 Taylor Newlin (2010-11).............. Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships...... 2............... 69..................... -3 Paola Valerio (2010-11)............... UCF Challenge........................................ 2............... 69..................... -3 Six tied................................................................................................................................................ -1

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Low 36-hole total Player (Season) Tournament Score Vs. Par Fabiola Arriaga (2011-12)........... The Alamo Invitational.............................................. 141................... -3 Fabiola Arriaga (2011-12)........... Challenge at Onion Creek........................................ 141.................. +1 Shannon Jungman (2011-12)....... The Alamo Invitational.............................................. 142................... -2 Taylor Newlin (2010-11).............. Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships................. 142................... -2 Shannon Jungman (2011-12)....... Southland Conference Championship........................ 143................... -1 Paola Valerio (2009-10)............... UCF Challenge......................................................... 143................... -1 Summer Batiste (2009-10)............ Northern Migration Invitational................................. 143................... -1 Shannon Jungman (2011-12)....... Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate.......................... 144.....................E Paola Valerio (2010-11)............... Administaff Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate...................... 144.....................E Paola Valerio (2010-11)............... UCF Challenge......................................................... 144.....................E

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Low 54-hole total Player (Season) Tournament Score Vs. Par Paola Valerio (2010-11)............... Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships................. 212................... -4 Fabiola Arriaga (2011-12)........... The Alamo Invitational.............................................. 213................... -3 Fabiola Arriaga (2011-12)........... Challenge at Onion Creek........................................ 213.................. +3 Summer Batiste (2009-10)............ Northern Migration Invitational................................. 214................... -2 Shannon Jungman (2011-12)....... The Alamo Invitational.............................................. 216.....................E Paola Valerio (2010-11)............... UCF Challenge......................................................... 216.....................E Shannon Jungman (2011-12)....... Southland Conference Championship........................ 217.................. +1 Taylor Newlin (2010-11).............. Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships................. 217.................. +1 Fabiola Arriaga (2011-12)........... Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate.......................... 218.................. +2 Fabiola Arriaga (2011-12)........... Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate.......................... 218.................. +2

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Career Scoring

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Returners

Fabiola Arriaga Season 2010-11 2011-12 Career

No. Tournaments 11 11 22

No. Rounds 32 33 65

Avg. Score 76.25 74.91 75.57

Vs. Par 4.25 3.09 3.66

Low Round 71 69 69

Par or better 3 6 9

Best Finish T1st 1st 1st

No. Tournaments 2 1 3

No. Rounds 5 3 8

Avg. Score 79.80 74.67 77.88

Vs. Par 7.80 2.67 5.88

Low Round 77 73 73

Par or better 0 0 0

Best Finish T36th T27th T27th

No. Tournaments 11 11 22

No. Rounds 32 33 65

Avg. Score 76.28 76.88 76.58

Vs. Par 4.28 5.06 4.68

Low Round 69 70 69

Par or better 4 3 7

Best Finish 4th T1st T1st

No. Tournaments 5 11 11 27

No. Rounds 15 32 33 80

Avg. Score 75.73 75.25 77.06 76.09

Vs. Par 3.93 3.25 5.24 4.20

Low Round 68 66 70 66

Par or better 2 6 3 11

Best Finish 1st T2nd T4th 1st

Chelsea Bretcher Season 2010-11 2011-12 Career Taylor Newlin Season 2010-11 2011-12 Career Paola Valerio Season 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Career

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Year-By-Year Results 2005-06 Lady Cardinal Invitational Sept. 19-20 Brentwood CC Beaumont, Texas 2. Laura Baker, 75-73-76—224, 3. Allie Jordan, 79-76-73—228, t17. Stephanie Perez, 77-83-81—241, 23. Jenna Wessels, 82-84-80— 246, 32. Michelle Kowalick, 9083-91—264, 3rd of 6, 313-315310—938.

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Islander Spring Classic Feb. 20-21 Corpus Christi CC Corpus Christi, Texas t70. Jenna Wessels, 79-83-87— 249, t75. Allie Jordan, 85-8483—252, 78. Laura Baker, 89-8482—255, 84. Michelle Kowalick, 90-91-81—262, 85. Neely Hutchins, 91-92-88—271, 16th of 16, 343-342-333—1,018.

Lady Indian Classic Oct. 10-11 Sage Meadows CC Jonesboro, Ark. t2. Stephanie Perez, 75-74—149, t10. Laura Baker, 78-76—154, t18. Allie Jordan, 80-77—157, t51. Jenna Wessels, 85-81—166, t72. Michelle Kowalick, 84-91—175, tied 4th of 14, 317-308-625

UTSA Rowdy Round-Up March 20-21 Buckhorn GC Comfort, Texas t18. Laura Baker, 75-82-80—237, t44. Allie Jordan, 87-80-84—251, 58. Jenna Wessels, 90-89-86— 265, 65. Neely Hutchins, 93-9687—276, 66. Michelle Kowalick, 95-91-94—280, 11th of 14, 345342-337—1,024.

Ellingson Fall Classic Oct. 24-25 Waterwood National GC Huntsville, Texas 21. Jenna Wessels, 86-81-81— 248, t29. Laura Baker, 85-8981—255, t38. Allie Jordan, 8885-86—259, t38. Stephanie Perez, 91-85-83—259, t44. Michelle Kowalick, 93-88-84—265, 8th of 11, 350-339-329—1,018

Oregon Duck Invitational March 27-28 Emerald Valley GC Creswell, Ore. t39. Laura Baker, 81-81-81—243, t47. Jenna Wessels, 85-80-80— 245, t63. Allie Jordan, 85-84-84— 253, t81. Neely Hutchins, 94-9292—278, t81. Michelle Kowalick, 99-92-87—278, 14th of 16, 345337-332—1,014.

Bronc Classic Nov. 7-8 Los Lagos GC Edinburg, Texas 24. Stephanie Perez, 79-80-80— 239, 30. Laura Baker, 86-7983—248, 31. Michelle Kowalick, 82-78-89—249, t32. Allie Jordan, 81-85-86—252, 36. Neely Hutchins, 90-99-90—279, 7th of 7, 328-322-338—988.

CenturyTel Bobcat Classic April 3-4 Plum Creek GC San Marcos, Texas t15. Laura Baker, 82-81-74—237, t15. Allie Jordan, 79-84-74—237, 44. Jenna Wessels, 83-85-85— 253, t57. Michelle Kowalick, 9388-88—269, 61. Neely Hutchins, 95-88-91—274, 10th of 14, 337338-321—996.

Southland Championship April 10-12 Forest Course Kingwood, Texas t2. Laura Baker, 73-74-81—228, 19. Jenna Wessels, 83-83-82— 248, 25. Allie Jordan, 85-87-84— 256, 34. Michelle Kowalick, 9585-89—269, 35. Neely Hutchins, 95-98-92­ —285, 6th of 7, 336329-336—1,001. 2006-07 North Texas Women’s Classic Sept. 11-12 Robson Ranch G.C. Denton, Texas 13. Lesan Gouge, 78-77-78—233, 17. Laura Baker, 75-84-75—234, 27. Shelly Martinez, 79-84-77— 240, t30. Madison McClain, 7776-88—241, t30. Allie Jordan, 8181-79—241, 40. Kayla McBride, 82-85-86—253*, 43. Neely Hutchins, 90-93-85—268*, tied 6th of 7, 309-318-309—936. * played as an individual McHaney Intercollegiate Sept. 18-19 Rawls Course Lubbock, Texas 34. Laura Baker, 75-76-79—230, 51. Lesan Gouge, 80-77-78—235, 54. Allie Jordan, 81-75-80—236, 71. Shelly Martinez, 81-82-77— 240, 79. Kayla McBride, 83-8279—244, 14th of 16, 317-310313—940. Wolf Pack Invitational Oct. 3-4 D’Andrea CC Reno, Nev. 3. Lesan Gouge, 81-74-73—228, 23. Allie Jordan, 81-78-85—244,

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26. Laura Baker, 81-80-85—246, 28. Shelly Martinez, 86-86-77— 249, 39. Kayla McBride, 91-9182—264, 5th of 8, 329-318-317— 964. Ellingson Fall Classic Oct. 23-24 Waterwood National GC Huntsville, Texas 11. Madison McClain, 80-8078—238, t13. Laura Baker, 80-7981—240, t19. Lesan Gouge, 8680-79—245, t19. Shelly Martinez, 83-81-81—245, 30. Allie Jordan, 85-79-84—248, 31. Kayla McBride, 80-81-88—249*, 44. Neely Hutchins,95-86-101—282*, 45. Michelle Kowalick, 97-93100—290*, 8th of 11, 350-339329—1,018. * played as an individual Baja Invitational Feb. 12-13 Bajamar Resort Ensenada, Mexico t10. Laura Baker, 83-79-79—241, t10. Shelly Martinez, 82-78-81— 241, t20. Lesan Gouge, 79-8382—244, 28. Allie Jordan, 80-8685—251, 39. Madison McClain, 93-82-89—266, 3rd of 13, 324322-327—973. Islander Spring Classic Feb. 26-27 Corpus Christi CC Corpus Christi, Texas t20. Allie Jordan, 80-77-71—228*, t46. Laura Baker, 76-80-79—235, t52. Shelly Martinez, 77-79-82— 238, t57. Kayla McBride, 8183-76—240, t59. Lesan Gouge, 78-82-81—241, t59. Madison McClain, 79-84-78—241, 13th of 15, 310-324-314—948. * played as an individual

SHSU/LU Invitational March 11-13 Beaumont CC Beaumont, Texas t11. Madison McClain, 7879—157, t29. Allie Jordan, 8181—162, t36. Lesan Gouge, 8283—165, t41. Shelly Martinez, 87-80—167, t51. Kayla McBride, 91-86—177, 8th of 10, 328323—651. Oregon Duck Invitational March 26-27 Shadow Hills CC Junction City, Ore. t21. Lesan Gouge, 78-82-77— 237, t34. Madison McClain, 8376-84—243, t38. Laura Baker, 84-85-76—245, t57. Allie Jordan, 80-93-79—252, t69. Shelly Martinez, 83-90-85—258, 9th of 15, 324-333-316—973. Southland Championship April 9-11 Ram Rock GC Horseshoe Bay, Texas 9. Laura Baker, 75-74-84—233, t23. Lesan Gouge, 86-85-73— 244, t28. Shelly Martinez, 8384-80—247, t36. Allie Jordan, 83-88-83—254, 38. Madison McClain, 89-86-80—255, 7th of 8, 327-329-316—972. 2007-08 North Texas Women’s Classic Sept. 10-11 Robson Ranch GC Denton, Texas t18. Allie Jordan, 75-79—154, t22. Janine Fellows, 75-80—155, t35. Shelly Martinez, 78-80—155, t35. Laura Baker, 76-82—158, t48. Kayla McBride, 84-76—160, tied 5th of 16, 304-315—619.

Yale Intercollegiate Sept. 29-30 The Course of Yale New Haven, Conn. t18. Janine Fellows, 82-78—160, t23. Shelly Martinez, 75-86—161, t37. Laura Baker, 87-78—165, t53. Summer Batiste, 88-80—168, 75. Madison, McClain, 91-88—179, 6th of 15, 332-322—654. Hawkeye Invitational Oct. 6-7 Finkbine GC Iowa City, Iowa t9. Janine Fellows, 76-75-78—229, t27. Madison McClain, 83-8276—241, t29. Laura Baker, 80-8182—243, t29. Summer Batiste, 7783-83—243, t50. Shelly Martinez, 85-83-83—251, 7th of 13, 316321-319—956. UAB Beach Blast Nov.5-6 The Peninsula GC Gulf Shores, Ala. 2. Shelly Martinez, 75-71—146, 6. Janine Fellows, 73-75—148, t18. Laura Baker, 78-77—155, t35. Allie Jordan, 79-82—161, t45. Lesan Gouge, 79-84—163, 2nd of 14, 305-305—610. Koasati Pines Collegiate Classic Feb. 9-10 Koasati Pines GC Kinder, La. t7. Shelly Martinez, 74-76-78— 228, 14. Allie Jordan 77-8075—232, t29. Laeni Bendzik 8279-77—238, t39. Laura Baker 81-80-80—241, t63. Lesan Gouge 85-82-86—253, 5th of 16, 314315-310—939.

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Islander Spring Classic Feb. 25-26 Corpus Christi CC Corpus Christi, Texas 9. Laura Baker 75-80-79—234, t13. Shelly Martinez 77-83-76—236, t13 Laeni Bendzik 79-79-78—236, t42 Allie Jordan 84-77-86—247, 54. Summer Batiste 81-86-88—255, tied 3rd of 11, 312-319-319—950. Oregon Duck Invitational March 26-27 Shadow Hills CC Junction City, Ore. t24. Allie Jordan, 76-77-79—232, t46. Laura Baker, 77-84-79—240, t51. Shelly Martinez, 80-80-83—243, t64. Lesan Gouge, 82-81-85—248, t71. Kayla McBride, 82-86-83—251, tied 12th of 15, 315-322-324—961. Southland Championship April 21-23 Beaumont CC Beaumont, Texas t6. Laura Baker, 74-74-79—227, 15. Allie Jordan, 80-78-74—232, t24. Shelly Martinez, 80-74-83—237, 28. Kayla McBride, 81-78-80—239, 33. Lesan Gouge 78-82-82—242, 4th of 8, 312-304-315—931. 2008-09 North Texas Women’s Classic Sept. 15-16 Robson Ranch GC Denton, Texas t6. Bruna Spengler, 76-75-78—229, t12. Allie Jordan, 78-75-78—231, t15. Shelly Martinez, 77-77-79—233, t26. Laura Baker, 82-78-77—237, t39. Kayla McBride, 78-83-83—244, 4th of 9, 309-305-312—926.

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Yale Intercollegiate Sept. 27 The Course of Yale New Haven, Conn. 1. Allie Jordan, 71, t21. Laura Baker, 77, t29. Shelly Martinez, 78, t38. Kayla McBride, 79, t74. Bruna Spengler, 84, tied 2nd of 19, 305. McHaney/Morehead Intercollegiate Oct. 6-7 Rawls Course Lubbock, Texas t28. Madison McClain, 78-76-83— 237, t41. Shelly Martinez, 82-7978—239, t53. Allie Jordan, 85-7782—244, t62. Shannon Jungman, 82-81-85—248, 70. Laura Baker, 83-86-86—255, 12th of 13, 325313-328—966. UAB Fall Beach Blast Nov 3-4 The Peninsula Gulf Shores, Ala. t14. Shelly Martinez, 77-75—152, t22. Allie Jordan, 73-82—155, t24. Laura Baker, 76-80—156, t36. Madison McClain, 77-82­ —159, t41. Shannon Jungman, 80-81— 161, 7th of 14, 621. Koasati Pines Collegiate Classic Feb. 7-8 Koasati Pines GC Kinder, La. t7. Madison McClain, 74-7579—228, t10. Laura Baker, 73-7878—229, 25. Shelly Martinez, 7681-79—236, t32. Bruna Spengler, 83-78-78—239, t36. Allie Jordan, 83-80-77—240, tied 3rd of 16, 306-311-312—929.

Stripes Islander Spring Classic Feb. 23-24 Corpus Christi CC Corpus Christi, Texas 1. Shelly Martinez, 76-73-74— 223, t14. Allie Jordan, 81-78-75— 234, t14. Shannon Jungman, 7782-78—234, t17. Bruna Spengler*, 80-77-78—235, t22. Madison McClain, 77-79-80—236, t-24. Laura Baker, 82-77-78—237 1st of 15, 311-307-302—920. * played as an individual Claud Jacobs Intercollegiate March 9-10 Victoria CC Victoria, Texas t8. Allie Jordan, 74-76-81—231, t8. Laura Baker, 76-81-74—231, t22. Shelly Martinez, 80-78-80— 238, 27. Bruna Spengler, 82-8275—239, t28. Shannon Jungman, 82-82-75—239, t58. Madison McClain*, 84-82-84—250, 4th of 14, 309-319-310—937. * played as an individual Baylor Spring Invitational March 16-17 Twin Rivers GC Waco, Texas t14. Laura Baker, 79-73-81���233, t23. Allie Jordan, 76-78-81—235, t35. Shelly Martinez, 81-76-83— 240, t47. Shannon Jungman, 8079-86—245, t54. 73-79-85—247, 10th of 14, 316-306-330—952. Lady Mocs Classic April 6 Lookout Mountain GC Lookout Mountain, Ga. t9. Laura baker, 83—83, t9. Allie Jordan, 83—83, t22. Madison McClain, 86—86, t33. Shelly Matinez, 88-88, t39. Bruna Spengler, 89—89, 3rd of 10, 340—340.

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Southland Championship April 21-22 Lake Charles CC Lake Charles, La. 1. Allie Jordan, 73-76-73-222, t10. Madison McClain, 78-7576—229, t15. Laura Baker, 8173-77—231, t29. Shelly Martinez, 77-87-75—239, t33. Shannon Jungman, 86-79-77—242, 2nd of 8, 309-303-301—913. 2009-10 Texas A&M “Mo” Morial April 11-12 Traditions GC Bryan, Texas t8. Shelly Martinez, 75—75, t8. Shannon Jungman, 75—75; t17. Madison McClain, 77—77, t30. Summer Batiste, 80—80, t30. Bruna Spengler, 80—80, 4th of 11, 314—314. Heather Farr Memorial Invitational Oct. 5-6 Colorado National GC Erie, Colo. t24. Shelly Martinez, 77-74-78— 229, t-28. Shannon Jungman, 7778-75—230, t36. Madison McClain, 75-80-77—232, t48. Summer Batiste, 79-74-82—235, t81. Kayla McBride, 78-79-87—244, 8th of 20, 307-305-312—924 Mercedes-Benz Championship Oct. 16-18 Fox Den CC Knoxville, Tenn. t39. Summer Batiste, 75-75-78— 228, 82. Shannon Jungman, 79-8080—239, 84. Shelly Martinez, 7981-82—242, t85. Bruna Spengler, 80-82-81—243, t94. Madison McClain, 76-83-91—250, 18th of 18, 309-318-321—948.

Alamo Invitational Oct. 26-27 Briggs Ranch GC San Antonio, Texas t4. Summer Batiste, 72—72, t22. Shelly Martinez, 76—76, t35. Bruna Spengler, 78—78, t35. Madison McClain, 78—78, 58. Shannon Jungman, 87—87, t7th of 12, 304—304. Challenge at Onion Creek Nov. 2-3 Onion Creek GC Austin, Texas t8. Shelly Martinez, 75—75, t8. Shannon Jungman, 75—75; t17. Madison McClain, 77—77, t30. Summer Batiste, 80—80, t30. Bruna Spengler, 80—80, 18th of 21, 292-292-303—887. Koasati Pines Classic Feb. 15-16 Koasati Pines CC Kinder, La. 11. Summer Batiste, 85-77-74— 236, t13. Shelly Martinez, 82-7976—237, 18. Madison McClain, 81-79-78—238, t20. Bruna Spengler, 80-79-80—239, t23. Shannon Jungman, 88-77-75— 240, 3rd of 14, 328-312-303— 943. UCF Challenge March 1-2 Red Tail GC Sorrento, Fla. t17. Paola Valerio, 68-75-83— 226, t32. Shelly Martinez, 77-7578—230, t55. Shannon Jungman, 79-83-76—238, t85. Kayla McBride, 85-81-86—252, 14th of 17, 307-309-314—930.

Northern Migration Invitational March 15-17 Poston Butte GC Florence, Ariz. 2. Summer Batiste, 73-70-71— 214, t5. Shelly Martinez, 79-6875—222, t29. Paola Valerio, 7679-76—231, t41. Bruna Spengler, 73-82-79—234, t41. Shannon Jungman, 76-79-79—234, 307309-314—929. Houston Baptist Intercollegiate April 5-6 Sienna Plantation GC Missouri City, Texas 1. Paola Valerio, 76-73-75—224, 4. Shelly Martinez, 78-76-78— 232, t9. Bruna Spengler, 75-8180—236, 12. Summer Batiste, 75-83-81—239, t16. Shannon Jungman, 78-84-79—241, 2nd of 8, 304-313-312—929. Baylor Spring Invitational April 12-13 Twin Rivers GC Waco, Texas t7. Shelly Martinez, 78-77-75— 230, t23. Paola Valerio, 76-7782—235, t42. Summer Batiste, 80-79-82—241, t53. Shannon Jungman, 82-83-79—244, t62. Bruna Spengler, 84-80-83—247, 7th of 16, 316-313-318—947. Southland Championship April 19-21 Raven Nest GC Huntsville, Texas 6. Paola Valerio, 77-70-73—220, t7. Summer Batiste, 77-73-71— 221, 12. Shelly Martinez, 78-7274—224, t21. Shannon Jungman, 75-74-84—233, t30. 82-83-75— 240, 4th of 8, 307-289-293—889.

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2010-11 Chip-N Club Invitational Sept. 13 Wilderness Ridge GC Lincoln, Neb. t4. Taylor Newlin, 70-78—148; t11. Paola Valerio, 73-78—151; t16. Fabiola Arriaga, 74-78—152; t30. Shannon Jungman, 79-76—155; t36. Chelsea Bretcher, 77-79—156; 4th of 15, 294-310—604.

UCF Challenge Feb. 13-15 Red Tail GC Sorrento, Fla. t8. Paola Valerio, 75-69-72—216; t28. Fabiola Arriaga, 75-71-78— 224; t50. Summer Batiste, 77-7775—229; t58. Taylor Newlin, 7579-79—233; t69. Bruna Spengler, 77-81-78—236; 10th of 17, 302296-303—901.

Baylor Spring Invitational April 11-12 Twin Rivers GC Waco, Texas t7. Summer Batiste, 74-76-75— 225; t11. Taylor Newlin, 77-7179—227; t21. Paola Valerio, 7879-73—230; t35. Fabiola Arriaga, 80-80-75—235; t56. Shannon Jungman, 80-80-79—239; t3rd of 18, 309-306-302—917.

William K. Warren Irish Invitational Oct. 2-3 Warren Golf Course Notre Dame, Ind. 10. Paola Valerio, 76-76-75—227; t21. Fabiola Arriaga, 74-77-85— 233; t47. Taylor Newlin, 80-8179—240; 64. Shannon Jungman, 82-80-86—248; t70. Bruna Spengler, 86-83-84—253; 12th of 13, 312-314-320—946.

Islander Classic Feb. 28-March 1 Corpus Christi CC Corpus Christi, Texas t2. Paola Valerio, 73-73-74—220; t15. Taylor Newlin, 74-75-79— 228; t20. Summer Batiste, 73-7779—229; t34. Shannon Jungman, 79-76-79—234; t36. Bruna Spengler, 82-76-77—235; 4th of 16, 299-298-308—905.

Southland Championship April 18-20 Corpus Christi CC Waco, Texas t1. Fabiola Arriaga, 75-73-75— 223; 4. Taylor Newlin, 80-7274—226; t5. Paola Valerio, 75-7677—228; t5. Shannon Jungman, 76-76-76—228; t14. Summer Batiste, 81-79-72—232; 1st of 8, 306-297-297—900.

Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships Oct. 8-10 Holston Hills CC Knoxville, Tenn. 5. Paola Valerio, 74-72-66—212; t13. Taylor Newlin, 73-69-75— 217; t45. Summer Batiste, 77-7674—227; t59. 81-77-72—230; 76. Chelsea Bretcher, 83-78-82—243; 8th of 15, 305-294-287—886.

Administaff Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate March 13-14 Forest Hills GC Augusta, Ga. t13. Fabiola Arriaga, 74-75-73— 222; t16. Shannon Jungman, 7477-72—223; t20. Paola Valerio, 72-72-81—225; t30. Taylor Newlin, 79-73-74—226; t36. Summer Batiste, 76-75-78—229; 3rd of 17, 296-295-297—888.

NCAA West Regional May 5-7 Washington National GC Auburn, Wash. t63. Paola Valerio, 78-78-78— 234; t77. Fabiola Arriaga, 82-7877—237; t84. Taylor Newlin, 7978-81—238; t89. Summer Batiste, 77-85-77—239; t102. Shannon Jungman, 77-79-86—242; 16th of 24, 311-313-313—937.

The Alamo Invitational Oct. 31-Nov. 2 Briggs Ranch GC San Antonio, Texas t13. Summer Batiste, 77-71-74— 222; t17. Shannon Jungman, 7274-77—223; t24. Fabiola Arriaga, 77-73-75—225; 28. Taylor Newlin, 75-75-76—226; t43. Paola Valerio, 74-82-75—231; 6th of 14, 298-293-300—891.

BYU at Entrada Classic March 21-22 Entrada at Snow Canyon St. George, Utah t15. Fabiola Arriaga, 76-82-72— 230; t22. Taylor Newlin, 78-7975—232; t26. Paola Valerio, 8277-75—234; t39. Summer Batiste, 80-75-83—238; t56. Shannon Jungman, 88-74-84—246; t4th out of 15, 316-305-305—926.

2011-12 Texas A&M “Mo”morial Sept. 11-13 Traditions GC College Station, Texas t30. Paola Valerio, 79-71-84— 234; t41. Fabiola Arriaga, 75-7785—237; t46. Taylor Newlin, 7878-82—238; t49. Summer Batiste, 80-79-80—239; t64. Shannon Jungman, 82-82-84—248; 11th of 12, 312-318-319—958.

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Golfweek Conference Challenge Sept. 19-21 Red Sky GC Wolcott, Co. t8. Fabiola Arriaga, 74-74-76— 224; t16. Paola Valerio, 78-7870—226; 72. Summer Batiste, 7581-86—242; t81. Taylor Newlin, 88-81-80—249; 84. Bruna Spengler, 77-88-86—251; t12th of 18, 304-314-312—930.

UCF Challenge Feb. 12-14 Red Tail GC Sorrento, Fla. t43. Summer Batiste, 75-72-78— 225; t58. Fabiola Arriaga, 7474-81—229; t71. Taylor Newlin, 75-80-76—231; t71. Shannon Jungman, 75-77-79—231; t76. Paola Valerio, 78-77-78—233; 12th of 18, 299-300-311—910.

Southland Championship April 16-18 Vaaler Creek GC Blanco, Texas 1. Shannon Jungman, 70-7374—217; 2. Fabiola Arriaga, 7176-73—220; t9. Taylor Newlin, 72-82-75—229; t16. Summer Batiste, 81-78-78—237; t18. Paola Valerio, 77-79-82—238; 1st of 8, 290-306-300—896.

Susie Maxwell Berning Classic Oct. 16-18 Jimmie Austin OU GC Norman, Okla. t26. Taylor Newlin, 72-73-78— 226; t45. Fabiola Arriaga, 79-7775—231; t51. Summer Batiste, 8077-75—232; t55. Paola Valerio, 80-74-79—233; t62. Shannon Jungman, 80-77-77—234; 15th of 17, 314-301-305—920.

Islander Classic Feb. 27-28 Corpus Christi CC Corpus Christi, Texas t1. Summer Batiste, 75-74-71— 220; t1. Taylor Newlin, 72-7375—220; t4. Fabiola Arriaga, 76-74-76—226; t4. Paola Valerio, 73-78-75—226; t4. Shannon Jungman, 76-75-75—226; 1st of 14, 296-296-296—888.

NCAA Central Regional May 10-12 Ohio State Scarlet Course Columbus, Ohio t84. Fabiola Arriaga, 82-80-77— 239; t84. Taylor Newlin, 77-8478—239; t99. Paola Valerio, 8081-82—243; t104. Summer Batiste, 78-83-84—245; t116. Shannon Jungman, 87-82-82—251; 20th of 24, 317-326-319—962.

The Alamo Invitational Oct. 30-Nov. 1 Briggs Ranch GC San Antonio, Texas 1. Fabiola Arriaga, 69-72-72— 213; t5. Shannon Jungman, 7369-74—216; 16. Taylor Newlin, 76-74-70—220; t17. Paola Valerio 76-71-74—221; 26. Summer Batiste, 75-71-77—223; 1st of 14, 293-283-290—866.

Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate March 16-18 Forest Hills GC Augusta, Ga. t3. Fabiola Arriaga, 75-70-73— 218; t3. Shannon Jungman, 73-7174—218; t5. Summer Batiste, 7572-72—219; 18. Taylor Newlin, 75-73-78—226; t22. Paola Valerio, 78-73-77—228; 1st of 14, 298-286-296—880.

Challenge at Onion Creek Nov. 7-8 Onion Creek Club Austin, Texas t2. Fabiola Arriaga, 69-72-72— 213; t10. Taylor Newlin, 73-7375—221; t19. Shannon Jungman, 76-75-72—223; t39. Summer Batiste, 81-71-77—229; t42. Paola Valerio, 74-74-82—230; t2nd of 14, 292-290-296—878.

Anuenue Spring Break Classic March 26-27 The Bay Course Kapalua, Hawaii t6. Fabiola Arriaga, 74-74-74— 222; t12. Shannon Jungman, 7674-74—224; t28. Paola Valerio, 79-76-76—231; t44. Taylor Newlin, 81-78-79—238; t61. Summer Batiste, 79-87-81—247; 5th out of 14, 308-302-303—913.

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