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Team Information

MEN’S GOLF • 2010-11

2010-11 Warriors

Trevor Blair JR, Colfax

J.T. Cockerill

SR, Carson City, Nev.

Andre Navarro

Chris McCracken

SO, Turlock

JR, Bakersfield

Teddy Schrier JR, Atwater

Key Player Notes Trevor Blair — Two-time All-CCAA selection … finished tied for fifth at the CCAA Championships with a 3-under 213 … finished in top five twice, including the Mustang Invite (3/21-22) at the UNM Championship Course … season-best tournament score was 210 (Coyote Classic) … had four top 10 finishes and finished in top 20 in 9 of 10 played.

Brandon Taylor JR, Denver, Colo.

Gary Yoro

JR, Watsonville

Redshirt: Rob Damschen (Jr., Fresno)

Teddy Schrier — All-CCAA selection … finished tied for 11th at CCAA Championships (+1, 217) … finished in top five twice (NDNU and Hanny Invitational) … recorded seven top 20 finishes … best 54-hole score was 213 (Hanny) J.T. Cockerill — Finished tied for fifth at the Mustang Invitational (3/21-22) at the UNM Championship course with a 228 … best tournament score was 219 at Dennis Rose Invitational … three top 20 finishes.

2010-11 Regular Season Stats Prior to NCAA Super Regional Tournament

Low Par/- Finish Top Rel. Career Player Rds Strokes Round Rounds Events 5 10 20 To Par Avg. Avg. Trevor Blair 30 2206 68 11 10 2 4 9 +2 73.5 74.2 Teddy Schrier 30 2216 68 8 10 2 2 7 +2 73.9 74.7 Joseph Stewart 3 225 74 - 1 - - - +3 75.0 75.8 J.T. Cockerill 24 1815 68 3 8 1 1 3 +4 75.6 75.3 Andre Navarro 24 1817 65 5 8 1 2 3 +4 75.7 76.7 Brandon Taylor 24 1819 70 3 8 - - 1 +4 75.8 74.4 Gary Yoro 12 910 68 3 4 - - 2 +4 75.8 75.8 Chris McCracken 9 689 73 - 3 - - - +5 76.6 76.6 FOUR-PLAYER TEAM 30 8894 279 33 10 6 9 25 +9 296.5 Tournament WWU Invitational InterWest Wildcat Classic Dennis Rose Invitational Coyote Classic Pioneer Shootout NDNU Argonaut Invite Mustang Invitational GCU Thunderbird Invitational Hanny Stanislaus Invitational CCAA Championships

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Dates Sept. 27-28, 2010 Oct. 11-12, 2010 Nov. 1-2, 2010 Feb. 28-March 1 March 6-8, 2011 Mar. 14-15, 2011 Mar. 21-22, 2011 Apr 4-5, 2011 April 11-12, 2011 Apr 18-19, 2011

Rds 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Place 10 8 5 4 4 2 3 7 2 3

Teams 15 16 11 17 14 10 18 17 20 8

Players Par 80 +18 80 +45 59 +22 89 +18 77 +55 53 +6 96 +60 92 +32 104 +10 40 +12

Score 882 909 886 858 919 870 924 896 874 876

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Championships • All-Americans MEN’S GOLF • 2010-11

Warriors at NCAA National Championships

Regional Championships

1976-1989: Division III; CSU Stanislaus became a Division II school in 1990

DIII (12): 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989

Year CSU Stanislaus 1976 1st—1,221 1977 1st—1,222 1978 1st—1,223 1979 1st—1,269 1980 1st—1,156 1981 1st—1,262 1982 2nd—1,201 1983 4th—1,237 1984 1st—1,210 1985 1st—1,211 1986 1st—1,208 1987 1st—1,200 1988 1st—888 1989 1st—1,202 1990 t-5th—1,213 1991 9th—1,218 1992 8th—1,209 1993 4th—1,170 1994 7th—1,195 1995 8th—1,244 1996 4th—1,195 1997 9th—1,185 1999 13th—1,205 2000 4th—1,176 2001 3rd—1,178 2002 2nd—1,195 2003 3rd—1,171 2004 4th—1,210 2006 5th—1,179 2007 8th—1,202 2009 6th—1,195 2010 13th—1,252

Champion WARRIORS WARRIORS WARRIORS WARRIORS WARRIORS WARRIORS Ramapo Allegheny WARRIORS WARRIORS WARRIORS WARRIORS WARRIORS WARRIORS Florida Southern Florida Southern Columbus St. Abilene Christian Columbus St. Florida Southern Florida Southern Columbus St. Florida Southern Florida Southern West Florida Rollins College Francis Marion So. Carolina-Aiken So. Carolina-Aiken Barry Sonoma State Florida Southern

Host/Location Wittenberg Kenyon Wooster Hampden-Sydney Central (Iowa) Greensboro Wittenberg Wooster Oswego St. Rochester King’s (Pa.) Ohio Wesleyan Greensboro Central (Iowa) Florida Atlantic Florida Atlantic Wofford Cal State Stanislaus North Florida S.C.-Aiken Central Oklahoma Grand Canyon Valdosta State Cal State Stanislaus Grand Valley State Howey in the Hills, Fla. Sunriver, Ore. DeLand, Fla. Daniels, W.V. Allendale, Mich. Blaine, Wash. Noblesville, Ind.

Regional Finishes (CCAA Era, 1999-present) Year, Location 2010, Palm Desert, Calif. 2009, Lincoln, Neb. 2008, Petaluma, Calif. 2007, Lakewood, Colo. 2006, Phoenix, Ariz. 2005, Dakota Dunes, SD 2004, Bellingham, Wash. 2003, Littleton, Colo. 2002, Goodyear, Ariz. 2001, Springfield, Mo. 2000, Bakersfield, Calif. 1999, Fountain Hill, Ariz.

CSUS Team Finish 3rd (881, +17) t-2nd (866, +14) t-4th (881, +17) 4th (854, +2) 4th (868, +16) 6th (920, +56) 3rd (871, +7) 2nd (848, -16) 2nd (865, +1) 3rd (892, +28) 2nd (868, +4) 4th (876, +12)

Tournament Winner Top CSUS Individual Sonoma State t-2nd, Brandon Tayler (216, E) UC-Colorado Springs t-2nd, Danny Hoff (211, -2) Sonoma State t-2nd, Erick Justesen (212, -4) CSU San Bernardino t-5th, Erick Justesen (210, -3) CSU Bakersfield t-8th, M. Hollinsead, V. Venard (216, +3) Western Washington 3rd, Andy Moren (216, E) Chico State 1st, Ryan Thornberry (209, -7) UC Davis t-3rd, Jim Schafer, R. Thornberry (210, -6) UC Davis 1st, Marc Lawless (211, -5) CSU Bakersfield 2nd, Marc Lawless (216, E) UC Davis t-8th, Marc Lawless, Denny Kim (217, +1) Texas Wesleyan 3rd, Yascha Feld (213, -3)

Notable National Finishes, Individual (CCAA Era, 1999-present) 2008, Houston, Texas 2007, Allendale, Mich. 2006, Daniels, W.V. 2004, Deland, Fla. 2003, Sunriver, Ore. 2002, Howey in the Hills, Fla. 2001, Allendale, Mich. 2000, Turlock, Calif. 1999, Columbus, Ga.

Erick Justesen, tied 3rd, -1, one stroke back of winner Erick Justesen, tied 8th, +10 Ryan Thornberry, tied 12th, +12 Ryan Thornberry, tied 2nd, +5, six back of winner J.J. Jakovac of Chico State Ryan Schafer, tied-11th, +1 Marc Lawless, tied-10th, +11; Jim Schafer, tied-12th, +13 Marc Lawless lost fourth playoff hole to winner Steve Sokol of Florida Southern, +2 Charlie Zinn, tied 14th (+3) as Florida Souther’s Jeff Klauk shot a -13 Yascha Feld, tied 19th, +5

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DII (1): 1996

Conference Championships California Collegiate Athletic Association (3): 1999, 2001, 2007 (2nd in 2000, 2002, 2003, 2009, 2010)

Northern California Athletic Conference (4): 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 Far Western Conference (9): 1976, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83 (2nd in 1978)

Individual National Champions 1976 1979 1980 1982 1988

Dan Lisle Mike Bender Mike Bender Cliff Smith Glenn Andrade

Individual Conference Champions Prior to 1983: Far Western Conference 1983-84: Northern California Athletic Conference (NCAC discontinued Golf in 1985)

1977 1979 1980 1981 1982

Ken Webb Rick Burgess Mike Bender Dean Kain Cliff Smith

1983 1984 2001 2007 2008

Dean Kain Doug Dunakey Marc Lawless Erick Justesen Erick Justesen

All-Americans There had been more than 90 Warriors earning All-Americans honors. Following are First-Team AllAmericans

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1986 1987 1988 1989 1995 2001 2002 2004 2007 2008

Dan Lisle Ken Webb Ken Webb Mike Bender, Rick Burgess Mike Bender, Shawn McEntee Ben Norwood Cliff Smith Cliff Smith Nick Bocchino Glenn Andrade Glenn Andrade, John Groth Mark Hutchison Earl Cross Marc Lawless Marc Lawless Ryan Thornberry Erick Justesen Erick Justesen

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Facts • Awards • Head Coach

MEN’S GOLF • 2010-11

UNIVERSITY FACTS Location................................................................................................ Turlock, Calif. Founded/Enrollment.................................................................................1957/8,600 Home Course.............................................................Turlock Golf and Country Club Colors........................................................................................... Red, Gold & White Nickname..................................................................................................... Warriors Conference.................................................California Collegiate Athletic Association Affiliation.................................................................................................... NCAA D-II President......................................................................................Dr. Hamid Shirvani Director of Athletics......................................................................Dr. Milton Richards Associate Athletics Director/S.W.A.............................................................Kim Duyst Faculty Athletic Representative..........................................................Dr. John Mayer Athletic Trainer........................................................................................Gary Hogan Assistant A.D./Sports Information Director............................................. Hung P. Tsai SID Phone/Cell...................................................(209) 667-3168/ (209) 202-9956 Email...................................................................................... htsai@csustan.edu Athletics Website.......................................................................WarriorAthletics.com

Regionals Line-Up 1. Trevor Blair 2. Teddy Schrier 3. J.T. Cockerill

4. Andre Navarro 5. Chris McCracken

2010-11 Awards & Honors Prior to NCAA Super Regional Tournament

All-CCAA Trevor Blair Teddy Schrier

Polls & Rankings Where the Warriors rank entering the NCAA Super Regional Tournament (as of April 28):

MEN’S GOLF COACHING STAFF

Golf World/NIKE Coaches Poll: No. 6

Head Coach..............................................................................................John Cook Alma Mater................................................................................... Boise State (1995) Years at CSUS..............................................................................................3rd year Men’s Golf Phone/Email..................................(209) 667-3639/jcook4@csustan.edu

NCAA Regional: No. 2

John Cook

Awards & Honors

Head coach

GolfStat Rankings No. 6 (National), No. 2 (Regional)

Prior to NCAA Super Regional Tournament

Former Warrior and professional golfer John V. Cook Coach of the Year GCAA West Region Coach of the Year (2009) is in his third year as the head men’s golf coach. CCAA Coach of the Year (2010) After a successful first season in 2009, Cook was named West Region Coach of the Year by the Golf Coaches AssoCCAA Players Coached ciation of America (GCAA). He took the Warriors to a tied 2009-10.............. Brandon Taylor, Trevor Blair 2010-11................. Trevor Blair, Teddy Schrier for second place finish at both the conference and regional tournaments and a sixth place showing at the NCAA ChamYear-by-Year Finishes pionship. 2008-09.............................. t-2nd at CCAA In 2009-10, Cook again led the team to success as the Warriors won four tour- ..................................... t-2nd at Regionals naments in seven spring events with two second place finishes. Cal State Stanislaus ...................t-6th at NCAA Championships 2009-10.................................2nd at CCAA placed second at the CCAA tournament and Cook was voted CCAA coach of the ........................................ 3rd at Regionals ...................13th at NCAA Championships year. Cook replaced Jim Hanny, who retired after 42 years of service at CSU Stanislaus, in June of 2008 and became just the second head coach in the history of the men’s golf program at Cal State Stanislaus. Cook was a Cal State Stanislaus Warrior from 1990-1993 before completing his collegiate career at Division I Boise State. He became the assistant men’s golf coach at Boise State in 1995 and took over as the head of the program the following year. As a coach at Boise State, Cook’s responsibilities included recruiting, fund raising, and scheduling for the golf program. Just prior to joining the Warriors coaching staff, Cook was a professional golfer playing in regional and national mini-tour tournaments and worked for Titleist golf as a sales and service consultant. He also worked as an instructor at the John Jacobs Golf School at Stevinson Ranch Golf Course from 1998 to 2002. Cook obtained his bachelor of arts degree in business management in 1995 from Boise State after attending CSU Stanislaus from 1990 to 1993. He and his wife, Wendi, a kindergarten teacher, and their 7-year-old son Conner reside in Turlock. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY STANISLAUS


2010-11 Men's Golf Guide  

2010-11 Men's Golf Guide

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